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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 September 1888

REPORT. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Pensions. ' Washington, Aug. SO. The annual report of. the Connnisslener of Pensions shows that there -were during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1888, added to the pension rolls 60,252 new names the largest annual increase In the history of the bureau making a total of 452,557 pensioners on the rolls at the. close of the year, as follows: 820,835 Invalids, 92,928 widows, minor children and dependent relatives ; 87 revolutionary wid ows, minor cnuaren ana dependent relatives; 800 survivors of the war of 1812 and 10.787 wid ows of those who. served in that war; 16,060 survivors of the -war with Mexico and f,104 widows of those who served in that war. The names of 1,028 previously dropped were re-stored to the rolls, making an aggregate of K2,t?80 added daring the year.' During the same period lttt were dropped on account of death and various other causes, leaving a net increase to the rolls of. 46,560 names. Since 1861, 1,166,923 pension c...

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. — 6 September 1888

TIMES OA:R,:DS. .A. T&SF On aud after June IStli, 1888, trains leare Great aena as loiiows, vi : eonso EAST N. 6, Canon Ball 6.25 a. m ro.8, Local Passenger 6:45 P- m' eoiica west. No. 5, Canon Ball..... No. 7, Colorado Express. . 9.50 . m ..10:10 a. m OK&W LEAVES. o, Express. 10:15 ft; m. Express 6:30 p.m. AKRIVKS. ew. lUJtuu. x , Agent. Colorado Express 6:30 am 4:40 a m 10:30 p m Colorado Express All trains daily, i E. W. Wathamt, Agent. .POSTOFFICE HOTJKS. c SUNDAY, 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. in. WEEK DAYS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. MONEY ORDER, 8 a. m. to 5 p. in. REGISTER BUSINESS, 7 a. ni. to J p. m H. P. BAIN, P. M. ATTORNEYS. C. F. DIFFENBACHER, D. A. BANTA. ' DHTENBiCHER & MIL, - o . O Attorneys at Xdsru? o - Office in Allen-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. THEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. SQT'Counsel in German by Tbeo. C. Cole. J. RICH CREEK, o c Attorney at Law and Noiary Public. Office over Moss' Grocery...

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. — 13 September 1888

VOLUME V GREAT ENIT; KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1888. NUMBER 24. AR SURE WINNERS! TICKET NAMED. Tull Proceedings of Saturdays Democratic County Convention. Pursuant to call the Barto Soun democratic convention met at the court house in Great Bend, Saturday Septem ber 8, 1888, at Sl:45 sfe m3 hairma of central committee T. H. Butler called the convention to srderft arui$?j motion Mr. Butler was soiitinus &s temporary chairman anf. 34.?acksj3 hosen as temporary secretary Ontnoti&a of lr. Roetzelfh fotlo ing committees were appointed, ria? )n Order of business, Credentials, Re3oJu $ions, and Permanent Organ&s&tion The convention then adjourgt($t! After feeing called to order p m. Frank WRoss, candidate fc state senator for the 36th district, made f short address bj way of introducing Hiimself to. the democrats f Barton couniVa iiiscremarKs s'ere piaiia anci 2o the point, and he apparently coil "ginced, nl heard him that he was1 in the road t& victory cintl wo,u...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 September 1888

X7. XL STOSS, Sditor and Proprietor. i . ' GREAT BEND. r. - , W .KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary Of the Daily StewdL CONGRESS The Senate was not in sessicQ ejp tember 1 The House "held & sho session. ' Mr. McCreary, from, the Committee on foreign Affairs, reported back the Retaliation biQ and it -was made continuing special order flbr Tuesday. The Sundry Civil bill wJ Senate amendments which have not been Agreed to in conference was taken' up, and r. Brocket ridge, of Kentucky, $$aoveQ to fSoncur in the Senate amendment appropriating; t50.CS for (investigating the extent to which, the aril regions of the United States can be redeemed with an amendment 'Requiring? 3he director of Cne geological survey Jo make report to Con gress as to the result o? &is investigation. Without action the House gdjourned. Much time waj occupied la the Senate on the 3d in talk between (Senators Test sad Cullom and the reading of papers re latin ft to political assessments in Che Chicago eost-...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 September 1888

. '. 3E BABT03 COOlilX 3EIlO0SXi XT. S. CTOSS, ZUite arid ras?' GREAT BEND. f 9 in the town j&F VANrnr. l&ll in the town o? Vanit J I loiter through 'th lusty Salr, v And choose some f airings 4oCMT gjt tinkling Jewel for her Bar ribbo3fojhegolafcJV nd all this day, afiWEOiornBdawnea; r My dear hath stood a$ yonder bosti .nd haggled -with her gentle sir (gjtbout some dainty stuff tsvtr at suitQ her &eatftjC8aber youth. ll iOieCstl Canity Sly love an 9 $ wee bof a and bftd ; Stir childhood at the Fair was epeat ; Tn to it for , school tie front ; tyithlx&fSaJl ur jprayers vex said. - 33be -aenylaam4tossT . Tbos2 Pipings that for aofe were s&eeg, bargained most Jor wealth end place, . ly fcoye for bonbons Ik and lac tJfiose Cflflin sweet lag el the sweet. &u$&ome way, JJow cra'vo taa to iot And lovelier each ethr sea. hiQ splendid famous yaw of cam, Bta booths heaped u with gold and fiowent &0m searipQie to net and me. io th?s own of raBfty. JSLnd in th...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 September 1888

.-; : 1 , V THE DliRTOII C00I1TY DEUT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, (Office hi Opara Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Entered a second class mattes at the Great Bend Kansas, postotfice. x TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year . : $1.50 Six month...., Three months. .75 .50 fBTAU adTertlsements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, most be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. - PEH00KATI0 TIOKET. NATIONAL. For President, GROVER, CIJ2VELAND, Of New York. For Vice-President, ALLAN G. THURMAN, Of Ohio. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS! At Laree J. I. Grider, of Sumner; Jshn Sheri dan, of Miami. ' First District B. A. Sevier, of Doniphan county. .Second District C. E. Benton, of Allen county. Third District E. A. Scainmon, oi Cherokee county. Fourth District John E. Watrou,. of Coif'se county. Fifth District W. C. Bachannan, of Ottaway county. , Sixth District W. D. Covington, of Phillips county. Bave4h District S. F. Milton, oi Ford coanty. STATE, For Gov...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 September 1888

THEJARTOII COUIITY: DEHOCIHJ, WILL ErSTOKET O IEciitor clxicI Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) ' ' ' ' GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NEWS. The Kansas state week. iair opens next Adjourned council meeting Monday night. - -. - . Mrs. Thornton Langford is east on a visit. . V Allen's drug store for school supplies of all kinds. Fresh sorghum- 50 cents pee gallon at Ed Tylers: Pure unadulterated Strained Horargi for sale by Keeney. ' Georere Brinkman is lakinf? in, the I iesuvities in tne east. As we go to press a big rafn is gain P.Tnty in the northeast- I xauaru r. urroseciose jiaa gone. -past i nit. - 1 r t i a. ft pa his hpt friends. W - I XT A "Rid,,.-. J ed for Ohio, Sunday evening I ftlsit to friends and relatives.? -D- cr w. M I rj i t. X,AUUU q 3 f nr -r "ti u & x? 3 i-'2 HBw.wnio got, tireao wpugv Miss Jjila Bolineer peneqK $hef Miss iLila. Bolincrer petieal tShe' echorvS At Heizertns tha ffi?sB (bfthisf Ocee q.,1 .cm it-- )ols i 'Sliss liillfe Cornell aiecef T& &L...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 September 1888

XtffcHt FiSHEniES MUDDLE. Zarr Cleveland Able Reply to tne lBoiUn Republics Seimtors.-rV? wr.- xvomunas a . snort timer since gravely intimated that the President of the United States was under the influ , ace.of foreign and adverse, interests, and threatened that in due time he -would be. called, to account 7 for the in negotiating a' treaty with" Great Like his party colleagues of the Sen- te, Edmunds was then domineering and insolent. He and they, are .now gasp- That treaty the Senate' rejected ab solutely, thereby preventing further negotiations. The President had clone all in his power to secure .by peaceful means, approved by the common sense of mankind, the rights of American fishermen in Canadian waters, The Senate would neither accept 'nor amend the treatv ' : fThfiir oritififtm won rif ?H feind which, finding fault, proposes no improvement. They hoped to discredit "the President before the country as , an executive who, unable to procure the gratification of his treaty on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 September 1888

; THE OLD -ROMAN. lion. , Allen G. Thurmaa't Trip. - to New Torlc Cordial Grnetings Ka .Route .-Brief Receptions and Speeceen at II a r- risnarg: ana Lancaster, tra - Arrival in New York. Habrisbtjbg, Pa Sept. 5. Hon. Allen O. Thurman passed through the city this morning on his way to New York. News of his coming had been heralded by tho : newspapeP and folly 2,000 people, in cluding many ladies and children, as sembled fi the Pennsylvania depot to bid him welcome. The station sheds were crowded, by . enthusiastic Democrats as well as prominent Republicans, who de sired to get a sight of the U1& RomaQt w&cRh flie f 0 :20 train foiled xA fi shed9 &qJ s?opp$ ther went up & mighty Ohout. the . CommoCi wealth Ba&$ fsSayed Uailo h.e Chie?, and men waved their $andaSia.s wildly and yelled wit all Their strength. The distinguished visitor then Appeared upon t&e platform of h fear :ar $yhere he was again the fecipienterf Soud $;hees Congressman WilkiBS e 2hi introduc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 September 1888

TIIUCE! CARDS. On and after June 18tb, 1888, trains loave Great Bend m follows, via : ; . aOINO EAST. K. 6, Canon Ball G.25a. m $To.8, Leeal Passenger - 6:45 p. m. " VOTSQ WXST. N(L R. fannn Ttall O M) m. m No. 7, Colorado Express." '. '. '. ? 10:10 a. m OK&W - LKAVKS. Express 10:15 a. m. AHBIVK8. Express. 6:30 p. m . W. TOEREY, Agent. ARRIVKS - St Louis Express ' f liso p m Colorado Express $:36fjm DEPXBTS- St Louis I Ixnress C-.40 fl m Colorado Express a. fir.dQ pml All trains daily. dailv. E. W WlN& Kgeng POSTOFTICTi BOUREb SUNDAY, l(h30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. WEEK DAYS. 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 B5rt BAINj f. ObS- $'6F'EB iSjCHES D.QV. BANTA. O SIFJENSflHER 1 BAHTA, s (dGLitorxieTf at Satxinr Office in Allen-Hubbard Clock gfooius 9 and 11. THEO. C. COLE. 8LRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLTS HOHEIiS, jfrfYlcajn Court House. 9Counsel in German by Theo. C Col. e eJtRICHCREEK, Jttarnef at taw anJ Noiary Public, (O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 September 1888

VOLUME Vr. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1888. NUMBER 25. JJOLD THE OBT 0'ling aloft the starry banned Float its folds en high, Rapidly the raaks age fillisff Victojjy4aMs Caloltcav XMmsands answer Still, nd the tidings back to CfeffiMf. fiua t ww irtU, 5 the Bangry fcoets advance, -Jtf igh taxes in the lead goading down the Jand wltitUrif, . While the people bleed. CBO dear people fcaTe )ur rich vet), a ls their plaintire ery; gjt the people fill our pockets, & weH surelj die. (2ji 5 lo millions jnore protection, Sfjou will, we'll promise suM, r is thtir mdv nlea: 3 trcxa jout Wej ire. CBO. 0Nable ftur enormous profits, f?eole dur we pray, eo we'll hire Chinese labor d& fifty cents a day. Cbo. Ot inn fanner pay uc double. 5f or th goods we make, Qod for grain and hoga and cattle, WaUl fis th price thej tafca. CHO. ' ,fce tftorainff Bgfct i branding, Truth la getting known ndthe freemen of the land &rt coming to tbel own. CMS, &W0BOiAirs vim Beatrice (N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 September 1888

tHB BART01I GOUHTY DEIlOCRAfc T7, XL CTOSS, Editor ud Proprietory JRE AT BEND. . . . KANSAS. THE WOKLD AT LAKGE. Summary of io Daily enri CONGRESS. I Ths Senate was nt in session on the 8th. ....Immediately afU'Jhe reading of the Journal the House resumed debate on the Retaliation hill -which continued fsr several hours, the feature of the debate being the speech of Mr. Bourke Cochrane, of New York, who spoke In favor of the bill and defense of the Administr& tioi When a vote was reached the bill passed; Teas. 174: Da vs. 4. Adjourned. After the transaction of gxutr5t?usi3 ness of no general itgerest in the Senate on the 10th Mr. Morgan introduced bill approoriating 1278,619 to be paid to the Chinese Minister a$ full indemnity for all losses and injuries sus tained by Chinese subjects in remote sections of the United States at the hands o lawless men, and addressed the Senate. The confer ence report on the Army Appropriation bill was agreed to. Senator Mitchell, of Oregon ad dre...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 September 1888

ACCEPTED. -8 ; , , 1 f Letter of General Harrison Forma ally Accepting the jepulica& Nomlnatdono The PaperTak Up Largely, itji the Tariff Question-Ehe ngr ' " Aieniieg Trusts Denounced- A&o tht$6reignn3 t Domestic Policies the dY3 Admiaisijatdogi, &ng ic General Har-iso?5?o letted gsceejbtiljyg) the Republican SfaeeideMartfiotaj'aajtionjg J7w. J. M. Etta atnt XXlcer, VSommiCtti, ((c. Indiana I'OLis. f nd9 Scj. $J. Srqyml When your committee risttcd mo oa,Jhe FbuA of July last and presented the official aji nourish ment of my nomination gb? h &lsidenc(3D' tbe United States by .he 3&c$ubUca $oQyc vjion, I promised as soon a gracticftble a corns municate fb yote a more $orma aecejfsncS? the nomination. . Since Ahft. tiro o$JS$ deceiving an J addressing, 'almost la,ily. iarge delegations of my fellos (Citizen &albdfptiiiy , occupied all of tor time? bu had iom$)jiiea ure rendered it. unnecessary br$neQ use $hi$ letter as a medium of communlcalng'$$$hav pub je3iy ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 September 1888

THE BART01I COUIITY DEMOCDAT, PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL. E. STOKE, TJBclitox eixici Ixoipxitox, (Office fa Opera Block) 0 GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Entered as second clan matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postofice. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. Oneyear fl.50 Six months 0 o- 75 Three months ' C0 "All AiWprtlwnentB or communications, to Ob tain an insertion in the DraocBiT,,muit be handed la by Wednesday noon of each week, at tne very latest. (!) NATIONAL: For President, GROWER CLEVELAND, Of j New York. For Vice-President dS&tfiX G. THURlN Of Ohio. (PBESIDENTIAI, LEGTOBS: At1jrt-J. JlrerSf Sumner Sahn Sheri dan, of Miami. Fir DistricfUBa & SevleP, o?Donlphan2bunty. Second Distric-Q. X Benton, f Allen county. Third District-HEs. Scamo of) $hrkee ounty.o Fourth gistrict-on &, 3tetro 3f fee finnntv. Fifth giftriciSVg oc1ifBisgl6ltwyJ .county. Sixife $&gc1& 1. rffigtonj, of fhlllip (Tett5iitrict.'.JUtisi)rtSnty9 ' 5TATE, For GoTernor. (JTJDGE) JOHN MARTliv Of Shawnee County rfor ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 September 1888

LO CAL; NEWS. ; Mrs.' Dr. Connettls id Iowa visit ing. - ' -y . Our county schools are now fairly under way. Union labor county convention on the 2lJth mat. Fresh sorghum, 50 cents per gallon at Ed Tyler's. Pens, pencils and tabs to use them on, at Allen's. Charlie Brinkman has been very ill for a few das. Soon She Columbus wanderers will begin to return. TV. B. King & now Great Bends Assistant marshal. 2Jure unadulterated Strained Sohey J05 8&le Keeney Li veyraen sow begia calcft 49 a faille political money. Sfrs Xa Jla Robbins lefB J&dajp Jbr &isitc)unlap, Iowa Bell and wife an$ fcwo fkys are sojourning in Ohio. U family of Eb N. Eteizer h&?e (SStuffeedjjrom (Colorado 2B, Sieger went down to Kansas Tuesday on bnsiness. &&0$ool evenings make a fellow &u3 ttp his last year's overcoat. ooq tne frost will be on the pump 1bG3d the fodder in the shock. V, J. Hacker wa in the east buyings .gcods for the fall trade this week. JO! children like to trade with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 September 1888

LABOR UNPROTECTED. An Able Answer to Blaine Grandiloquent Protection Speeches. In one of his addresses in New York Ur. Blaine said : , . There is no need to' make any laws to pro tect, capital. Capital always takes care of it and gets a fall share, but there are laws Xhat can elevate the laboring man, and there -re laws that can degrade h m, and the Repub an party has tto-d for twenty-nre years, and ttwili stand, I believe, with the blessing of God nd the will of the American people, twenty five years more, upholding and maintaining h laboring man, for the Government which "takes care of the bone and sinew and working muscles of the land is taking care of the men who created the wealth In the country, and who are therefore entitled to the patronage nd protection of the Government," Capital always takes care of iteelf, and in this great conflict Mr. Blaine i is retained by the capitalist. Capital always gets its full share; Mr. Carnegie could have tol& Mr. Blaine that capital get...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 September 1888

THE G11AND ABMY. The Great-National Encampment at Columbus. Report of the Commander Shows a Ldtrge Membership Major Warner, of Kagsas Citr. Elected Commander-in-Chief " Other Officers Resolutions. Coicxbus, O., Sept. 13. The National encampment proper began yesterday morning, the receptions, camp fires and parade of Tuesday being preliminary to the actual work of the encampment. The Grand Army of the Republic, the Woman's Relief Corps, the ladies of the G. A. the army of West Virginia, Sheridan's divis ion and other divisions, brigade and regi- William Wamet. Qu&a$al associations ttaet in various parts e3 he eity, fcut the encampments were Otrictly secret, bone but membex being , admitted She eior ot ?ommanderin-Cnief Rea eon Sained the Tollowini "Or march 31, 883 he total membership et our order in &oo(l standing VTas 320,936. Oft March 31, S8 i$ ra 354,216, making net gain of Comrades in good standing during the ear Embraced vfithin those dates of 33,280 ai&Sfexcess of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 September 1888

.A. T & " On and after Jane 18th, 1888, trains leave Great Bend as follows, viz : GOIN9 KAST. No. 6, Canon Ball 6.25 a. m No. 8, Local Passenger. . 6:45 p. m. GOIJfG WEST. No. 5, Canon Ball 9.50 a. m No. 7, Colorado Express. ,.10:10 a. m CK&W LEAVKS. Express 10:15 a.m. ARRIVES. Express ' 6:30 p.m. W. TOllREY, Agent. ULQ. 3P. , AKKIVE3 St Louis Express 1155 pm Colorado Impress 6:30 a m DEPARTS St Louis Express 4:40 am Colorado Express 10:30 pm All trains daily. E. W. Waynant, Agent. POSTOFFICE nOURS. SUNDAY, 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. WEEK-DAYS. 7 a. m. to 7 p. in. MONEY ORDER, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. REGISTER BUSINESS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m H. 5. SAIN, i. S. en Me &STORN3SYS. 0'. 0- DIFFENBACIIER, 4. A.fJAfCT., Attorneys, at XaaW C)ffice in jyien-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. AHEo! C. COLE. ELMCK.C. COLE County Attorney. COlK BBOTHEKS, &TTOfm.&YS AT LAW Office W Coup Mouse. ' CfCounsel in German by Theo. C. Cole.' 4. tflGHCREEK, jtiohej it lw and Noiary Public. CDflSce ov...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 September 1888

VOLUME V J GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1888. NUMBER 26. THIS MEAHS. OLEVELAHD. v"Glve us men! & time like this demands Strong minds, greet hearts, true faith an?j .nuly nana; Men whom the last of office doe not kill; Men whom the spoils of office cannot buy; Men who possess opinions and a will: Men who hare honor; men who will not lie; Med who can stand before a demagogue And scorn his treacherous tlattericO witboun flail men, sun-crowned, who lire abore the tog In public duty and in private thinking." PABMEBS AND TAXATION "Whosoever makes two ears of corn 05 f Owo blades. of grass to grow upon a spofc Of ground where onlg one grew before deserves better of mankind And .does morO essential service to hid counts? Chan the whole race of politicians to gether." Dean Sg?ift Since Adam was turne$ ou$ pf the Garden of Eden th$r has been aper petual effort on lbs part of his posteri ty to evade nd rendej? nugatory the primal command. Jo the Sweat at thy fac salt Shot? e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 September 1888

0 o THE CASTOIt CODIRT DEQOCBA7. TT. S. STOZZB, editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND. ... KANSAS THE WOKLD AT LAKGE. Summary of thODally JJewi. COXGRES3. Neither House of Congress was in oesm Hion on the 15th. ' After unimportant business in the Sen ate on the 17th a vote Was taken on Senator Hoar's motion to reconsider the vote by which the Chinese Exclusion bill was passed and the Senate refused to reconsider by 20 Ire as to 21 nays. So the bill jemains passed. Pending debate On tha bill creating a Department of Agriculture the Senate adjourned In . the Iouse no business was transacted except . adopting several fesolutiots. Much time was Consumed In a fruitless ettesapt secure a Quorum. ' ' o th Seaatao'the f8tbhteolutio ffered by Senator Sherman- instructing the Voreign ' Relations (jEotamrttee o Inquire Into She relations between he Jiei States and Great Britain and Canada ?ae takers up, an lr. Sherman adressef the Senate, af the con clusion of which the Senate adjourn i In the Hou...

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