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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 August 1888

1 REPUBLICANS.5 J ' ! ! ! - Proceedings of the State Conven tion at Topeka. on. I U. Humphrey Nominated For fyov- j W'; on th' Third . Ballot Ttt .Other Other Keaolutlong. e Topeka, Kan., July 26. The Republican Btitw convention mitj in Representative Hall yesterday, and as called to order at 12:15 o'clock by P. I. Bonebrake, chairman of the State Central Committee. L. E. Finch was chosen temporary chairman, and Lewis Hanback and W. A. Smith, tejnporary secretaries. On motion' it was ordered that a committee on permanent .organization ! and : also .upon rules, of one from each Congressional district, and a committee on credentials, one from each judicial district, be appointed. .After a recess of two hours the conven tion re-assembled "'when the committees were announced as follows : On resolutions James F. Legate, chair man: First district ..James F. Legate and XV. R. Smith; Second, R. V. Clue and lion. Lyman U Humphrey. George T. Anthony; Third, J. O. Camp bell and J. A.. JlcHenry...

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. — 2 August 1888

uil after Xuna IStb .1888. tzaiiis Imti Great viz: 4KUNQ KASX. . 6.25 a. m , 6:45 1. m. IfvVw'.Local Passenger. l.i-vuanon Ball No;rxoa Bull., 6OU0 WKST. f rjo-ij r uon Ban , 9.50 p. in .10:10 a. m OK&W Express 10:15 a. in. AKRIVKS. Express . .'. 6:30 p. m. W. TOBREY, AgeaU ' ABKIVKS 9t Xuis Kxpres ....'..... rorado Express.....'.... DETABTS At Louis Express.... , il Vi 1 M r 1 i Kvnrpw 11:55 p in tt:a0 a la 4:40 a m 10:30 p m All traiuK dailr.' ,E. W. Way h awi, Agent. rosTOFFicE iiouns. SUNDAY, 10:30 a. n. to 13:30 p. ic WTEK 1 AYS, 7 a. in. to 7 p. in. MONEY ORDER, 8 a. m. to 5 p. in. SEUISTE& BUSINESS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m H. P. BAIN, P. M. ATTOKJfEVS. C. F. DIEFENBACIIER, D. A. BANT A. Attorneys at Law Ollce in Allen-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. TMEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Court House. "Couusel in German by Tbeo. C. Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Attorney at Law. and Noiary Public. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, GltEAT B...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 August 1888

TJQMTIf OCliT. VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1888. NUMBER 19. .- v MISLEADING WESTERN FARMERS. The Herald, in showing the farmers and other unprotected people of Iowa and Minnesota how the republican tariff robs them, spoke of the tariff as a tax. To our amazement the Chicago Liter Ocean replies that it is not a tax: "There is no tax for protective pur poses. Not a cent of tax for any such purpose. The Herald juggles with the werd 'tax' as if it were the equivalent of 'duty.'" We have only to warn our western unprotected friends the great mass" of the farmers, mechanics and laborers in the great west, as well as in other parts not to be deluded. A tariff duty is a tax. By levying it the gov ernment gets revenue. It does not get this out of the moon it gets it out of the people's pocket. There is no other place to get it from. The tariff duties brought into the treasury for the year 1887 is $217,289,893. This vast sum was paid by American citizens out of their ear...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 August 1888

TBE BABTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. V- E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, . - , - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary of the Daily Hews. M ' CONGRESS. . After passing several bills of local im portance only on the 28th the Senate resumed consideration of the Sundry Civil bllL Many amendments in the ' form of new items "w ere agreed to, amoDK them an appropri ation of 150,000 for the widow of the late Prof.' Baird for' services and expenses as Fish Commissioner from 1871 to 1887. The bill went over. A hill was reported KrantinR the right of way through the Fort Leavenworth military res ervation for the Rapid Transit railway and he Senate adjourned After passing various ' bills for the printing of public documents the House In Committee of the Whole took up gen era? appropriation bills, but a collision instant ly occurred between the various bills on the calendar, and after a desultory political debate the committee rose and the House adjourned. The Senate on the 80th further consid...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 August 1888

X ft'e o 4 THE BIETOK COUNT! DEMOCRAT. W". S. BTOU, Editor and "Troy rls tor. QREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS. THE DRAGON'S FAKE. 2a a very lonely tower, So the legend gos to tell, :PUa a Princess In the power Of a dreadful Dragon's spell. There she sits in silent state, 'Always watching always dumb, "White the Dragon at the gate Sata her suitors as they come Xnight and Prinee of erery nation, Poet,.Page and Troubadour, Of whatever rank or station 'Eats them up and waits for more. Xvery Knight that hears the legend Thinks he'll see what he can do. Gives his sword a lovely edge, and Like the rest is eaten, toot . JkH of which is vary pretty And romantic, vv, forsooth; JBut, somehow. It scorns a pity That they snouldn-. know the truth. If they only knew tha. truly . There is no Princess to gain That she's Invention merely Of the crafty Dragon's brain. Once it chanced he'd missed bis dinner For perhaps a day or two ; Felt that he was getting thinner. Wondered what he'd better do. a Then it ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 August 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILLE.STOKE, Editor a.ncl Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year..... ,. lx months . '5 Three months -50 aAH advertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latent. En ten-1 as second class matter at the Great Beud - Kansas, iostoffice. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. NATIONAL.. For President, GROVER 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. FRASIUS, . Of Cloud. For Secretary of State, ALLAN. G. TIITJBMAN, Of Labette. For Auditor, V. II. WILIIITE, Of Miami. For Treasurer, W. II. WHITE, Of Morris. For Attorney-General, C. F. DIFFENBACIIER, Of Barton. For Supt. Public Instruction, A. N. COLE, Of Phillips. For Associate Judge, W. II. CAMPBELL, Of Sedgcwick. For Congiess 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. — 9 August 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, Editor B.xxdL Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, KANSAS LOCAL NEWS. Sprinkle, sprinkle, little cart. How I wonder where thou art. Wbeo the dust begias to fly, And in clouds to reach the sky, Then I wonder, little cart, . Where in thunder is thy art. Cash Moses has returned eblo. from Pu- Ralph Bailey has returned from his trip east. Mrs. Cal Crrily has for a number of days. been very ill Lester White runs a small lemonade stand near the Leland. A lively time was had at the council meeting Monday night. A. L. Whitcomb made a trip to Ellsworth county the first or the week. Mrs. Will Evans, now of Kansas City, Is visiting friends and relatives here. W. J. Winner of St John, Great Bend the early part week. was in of the Hot winds are about the most dis agreeable things that visit this coun try. It your girl is a 180 or 200 pounder call her "Little Rosebud" and you will make yourself solid. Tom Ely says he must keep up with the proc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 August 1888

THE PROTECTIVE TARtFF. ... Sam Delusion f thm Iro tested Tb. lleme-Marknt Theory Shows Up In It Tr Light FuU Tja. Mast Appeal to JEvery Person or Ordinary Intelllffenee. It must be evident to the most su perficial observer that the protective tariff is not profitable to the unpro- ected. There is nothing that protec tion offer 8 to the majority of the com xnunity but a home market for their products. What this means precisely lias not been often explained, and it is "therefore far from being' generally understood. The promise of a home market means that those who tax themselves for the support of manu facturers by consenting to pay an in crease for the latter's products, and for competing foreign products, shall be compensated by exclusive market and, consequently, higher prices for their goods. The farmer, for ex ample, the duties on whose products are mere show and semblance, has been told that his crops would find purchasers in this country, and pur chasers whose tariff-bred pros...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 August 1888

TENEMENT HORROR. ' v.A.Noyr Xr- Tenement Inhabited oyjewisn foie3 uestroyea by Fire. v. -J Eighteen of the Unfortunates Burned -Hauy 3Iore ShockiHjyljr Injured. The Hamshackle Building a Six-Story I Xu,Tb3gm the Eaar ofjJJo. 197 v' Bowery. New York, Aug. 4. Eighteen people were burned to death in a six story brick building' in the rear of. No. i97 B6wery yesterday afternoon. Six more, burned so badly that they will probably die, were removed to various hospitals. The house was a ramshackle affair, hid den in the middle of the block, the only entrance to it being a narrow alley from the Bowery. In front of it was a four story building on the first floor of which was a saloon called "The White House." In the rear of the burned building wero two houses hemming t in on the Christie street side. In this caged-in building lived about l.V) people. ' Each of the six floors was occupied by a single family, the head of which vas a . tailor who made clothing for the cheap wholesale clothing ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 August 1888

AT&SP On and after June J 8th, 1838, trains leare Great oeuu u iouowi, tiz : ooive KASl . Se, 6, Canon Ball 6.25 a. m Mo. 8, Local Passenger 6:45 p. m. UV1SO WKST. No. 5, Canon Ball 9.50 . m No. 7, Colorado Express. 10-.10a.in LKAVKS. EzpreM 10:15 a; a. aJuuvKS. Express 6:30 p. m. W. TURKEY, Agent. moTp. ARRIVES St LouU Express 11:55 p ui Colorado Express 6:30 a m DKPABTS ht Louis Ex press 4 AO a in Colarad.. Express 10:30 p m All tr;'iDs daily. E. W. Watsast, Agent. rOSTOKFICE HOURS. SCNDAY, 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. WEEK HAYS, 7 a. bi. to 7 p. in. MONEY OUIEK, 8 a. in. to 5 p. in. KEGI3TER BUSINESS, 7 a. ni. to 7 p. ni H. P. BAIN, P.-M. ATTORNKYS. C. r. Il KEEN BA CHER, D. A. BANTA. DIFFEHBMSER & SANTA, Attorneys at Law Oifice In Allen-llubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. TIIEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. S"Counsel in German by Theo. C. Cole. J. RJCHCREEK, Attorney at Law and Noiarj Public. Office over Moss' G...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 August 1888

wv VOLUME V. GREAT BEKD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1(5, 1888. NUMBER 20. BAETOS CO BMOCEAT. METERS and his constituents. Our congressman's name is Samuel R. Peters. lie has served this district two terms and is a candidate for the third term. He expects, of course, to . be eleeted upon the record he has made and will, no doubt, tell his constiuents when the campaign opens how he has Jjeen working in their interest. He will pledge himself to a continuance of . his work. . Mr. Peters' district contains thirty- six large counties, and as far as forests tire concerned is a treeless plain. There is not a saw-mill in the entire ". district. In the face of all of this, Mr. .. Peters, pretending to be working in the interest of his constituents, voted against the provision in the Mills bill to take the tariff off lumber. In Ness county last year, according to the estimate of our lumbermen, about all of whom want the tariff in order to make their profits larger, we used over 3,000,000 feet of...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 August 1888

THE BABTOS CQDHTY DEMOCRAT. Wl Z. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LAKGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGSESS. Neither House of Congress was in ses sion on the 4 th. When the Senate met on the 6th Mr. Ed munds offered resolutions in regard to the death of General Sheridan which were adopted, nd Mr. Farwcll introduced a bill, which was referred, granting Mrs. Sheridan a pension of ra ft if l i .m.f jr a. ttmsxaca was rmvivea irom me President announcing the death of the General, and after adopting a resolution appointing a Committee of seven Senators to attend the funeral the Senate adjourned.... In the House the death of General Sheridan was made known through a message from tl.e President, and Mr. Jiooker, of Mississippi, offered resolutions and eulogized the deceased. Messrs. McCutcheon, of Michigan and Grosvenor. of Ohio, also de- . 4ivered eulogies. The resolutions were adopted. a committee 01 seven ippoiaieu iu oncuu tuc funeral and the House...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 August 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. S. STOKE. Editor and Xrov rietor. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS. HOME. SWEET HOME. '"Weary and faint lay the old jrrandsiro He bad bidden adieu to earthly things. His bands were clasped like a saint at rest, In that holy calm death's angel brings. The way bad been long be was so tired, So glad to reach the end." he said; Then closed his eyes with a parting smile. While we kept our ijil beside his bed. e The Rands of life were ebbing fast We felt "the last of earth" had come. "When, sudden, the voice of a little child Sang sweetly and clearly "Home, Sweet Home." .At once the wan lids opened wide. The dim eyes beamed on us in prayer, And we caught the pale lips' wistful words, ' "There's no place like home help me reach , Then, while be gently fell asleep. We took up the strain of the little child, And sang the old man to his Heavenly rest, - aaie in me 101a 01 tne ssnepnea miia. And the smile still lived on the dear calm face On which the shadow of death b...

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. — 16 August 1888

THE BARTOU COUHTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, . Editor a.nci Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year his months Three months .$1.30 75 . .50 advertisements or communications, to ob ' Uin an insertion in the Dkmockat, must be handed in by Welnesday noon of each week, at the very latest. Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, iKwtofliee. DEM00EATI0 TICKET. NATIONAL. For President, GROVJEK CLEVELAND, Of New York. For Vice-President, ALLAN G. THUllMAN, Of Ohio. STATE. For Governor. JUDGE JOHN MARTIN, Of Shawnee County. For lieut. Governor, F. W. FllASIUS, Of Cloud. For Secretary of State. ALLAN. G. TIIURMAN, Of Labette. For Auditor, V. II. WILIIITE, Of MUuii. For Treasurer, W. II. WHITE, Of Morris Fur Attorney-General. C F. DIFFENBACIIER, Of Barton. For Supt. Public Instruction, A. N. COLE, Of Phillips. For Associate Judge, " W. II. CAMPBELL, Of Sedgcwkk. For Congiess 7th District, CHARLES S. EI3EY, of...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 August 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT, WILL E. STOKE, Editor and Protsrletor. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL, NEWS. There was a little party, And its (lame was g. o. p.', . Anil it nominated llarrison and Mor ton But this party is not hearty, It is branded now n. g. Its eventual collapse Is "Mighty Sartin." See change in St. .Louis store ad vertistment. John Blackwell was in the Bend over Sunday . ' Col. G. Crouch, of Lamed, was on our streets Tuesday. The city council will meet again next Monday evening. "Buckeye" again shows up with a few choice Clarence items. Heiko Feldcamp has something to say to our readers this week. Will Osmond made a trip to King man this week, on legal business. W. B. Robey and wife, of Lamed, were guests of the Morrison Monday. T. O. Cole spent the first two days this week on a business trip to Kansas City. . feMrs.,Ezra Davis and daughter, left for a vjsit in the east, Wednesday morning. just a little more rain, and the ground will be in good sh...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 August 1888

AMERICAN .TARIFF.' LAWS. -A. Complete Historical ICevlew of All Acts Relating to the Subject. ' ' In answer to. numerous inquiries I propose to . compile the shortest pos . sible complete history of the American "tariff ovctiim TVio fiftit toi-iff wna passed the 4th of July, 1789, the last one the 3d of March, 1883. Including "these two there have been1 fifty-five tariff acts passed in ninety-nine years. Jtlost of them did not make radical . changes in the tariff. The tariffs usually considered the. most important oy historians were passed as follows, and they have ail beeii named, also, as follows: "3 - Hamilton tariff.... ;alhoua tariff CUy tariff Abomination tariff. ...1789 ...1818 ...18.'4 ...1828 Compromise tar. 11. . . 18 "Whig tariff ...1842 "Walker tariff 1840 Morrill tariff 1801 The general effects of these various tariffs, and of the modifications made in them between times, may be traced .in the following table, which shows the average rate of tax paid on all taxed import...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 August 1888

r WAITING - FOR BLAINE. An Immense Demonstration In New York Notwithstanding; tlie Absence of the Maine Statesman. New York, Aug. 10. All day yesterday crowds gathered at the office of the Inman line to inquire for news of the delayed steamer' City of New York, upon which Mr. Blaine was a passenger. Steamers made excursions down the bay with mem bers of Mr. Blaine's family and many prominent people, but still the steamer was "not sighted.! After vainly waiting until eight o'clock p. m. the boats returned. The projectors and managers of the re ception to Mr. Blaine felt that delegations from out of town should not be kept here another day for the parade, and a re viewing stand having been erected at Mad ison square on Fifth avenue it was last night fully occupied and the parade took place. Although the stand itself was crowded, the small space set apart for the distinguished guests was kept clear, for though Mr. Blaine had not arrived, Levi P. Morion, candidate for the Vice-Presi-den...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 August 1888

. -A. 'rHe&T On aud aftr June 18th, 1888, tialm leT Great Bend s follows, Yi : &OIXO KAST. No. H, Canon Ball 6.25 a. in No. 8, Local Passenger 6:45 p. ta. GOING WEST. No. 5, Canon Ball 9.50 . m No. 7, Colorado Express ..10:10 a. m ciE&w LKAVKS. Expcca 10:15 a; m. AKBIVK3. Expi ! 6:30 p. in. . W. TOKREY, Agent. moTp. ARRIVES St Louiff 1-Jpress 11:55 p ta Colorado Express 6:30 a la DEPAETd St Iui Kxpresti 4:40 a im Colorado Express 10:30 p m All trains daily. E. W. Wat want, Agent. I'OSTOFFICE nOURS. SUNDAY, 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. ic WKEK WAYS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. MONEY ORDEK, a. w. to 5 p. in. KEOISTEk BUSINESS, 7 a. ru. to 7 p. m H. P. BAIN, 1. M. ATTORNEYS. C. '. DIFFENBACIIEIt, V. A. BASTA. ' SIFFENB1CHER & BAHTA, 'Attorneys at Law Oftce in Allen-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. TMC0.C.COLK. ELRICK.C. COLE COLE BROTHERS, 4 ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. ( ""Counsel in German by Tlieo. C. Cole. : J.RICHCREEK, Attorney at Law and Noiary Public. Office over Moss...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 August 1888

a BAETOI COUITI BJMOCEAT. volume v. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1888. NUMBER 21. "ft GRANDPA'S PANTS. .Grief tui come into the hotuehttld; Sorrow laid its hoary hand Oa our jo and hope and gladness, On the promise o( the land Tears are. bitter, tears are many Grandpa's pants will not fit Benny. What is hope but disappointment In a gaudy thin disguise? Is there aught In earnest effort It we fall to'win the prize? Tears are bitter, tears are many Grandpa's pants will not fit Benny. We had hoped and hoped so fondly, a With a sweet and tender trust, That the past might clothe the present. Ashes, all our hopes are dust. Tears are bitter, tears re many Uranda'B pants will not fit Benny. Washington Critic. WHO ABE THEY? Here is a thought we want to put in print and bring to the attention of our readers: The repupllcan daily papers are filled with glowing accounts of vis iting delegations to General Harrison, and of speech making, hand shaking, and all that. Suppose all this is...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 August 1888

fBB. HEIDI COUNTT BEMOCRif. "tP. XX Salvor and Proprietor. CLSEAT BEND, - KANSAS !THE WORLD. AT LAKGE. Ctaroraeiry of the ' Dally News. CONGEES. Arris, transacting business of merely teal interest the Senate on the 13th . resumed OBaslderatfon of the Fisheries treaty and Sena tor Call addressed the Senate In Its favor. Pend ta a motion to postpone farther consideration aaAU December the Senate adjourned.... The Hoase adopted several resolutions calling for certain Information and considered for a time District of Columbia business. The Senate bill tncreasiag to 5.30 per month pensions for total OesJoess was passed. The Fortification bill was npnsidered for a short time when the House ad journed. Lit the Senate obi tfbe 14th Senator Rea wa introducea a bfil to define trusts and to punish persons connected wit a inenx. which af ter some talk was referred to the Finance Com nittee. Senator Sherman also introduced a )ill declaring trusts 'unlawful, which was re ferred to the same 'Commi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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