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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 September 1888

o 1 ' .2L BT02EE, Editor and FroyrUtox. QREATBEND. - -; - - KANSifi. THE SUMMER" AFTER, I stood once more on the dear old beach , Where we'd parted the year before, , r . - And sitting there in the self -same spot I I saw my love once more. Ofte dress she wore was the one I loved, I A 6imple gown of white. &nd I asked myself: When she put it or Did she know 1 would comeo-aight?" ! Ota moon shone bright as I closer drew 9 And knelt at her feet on the sand, $Vbere I told her how I had loved her fang. And I ventured to take her hand.' Tith a silvery laugh she raised heghea ' And then, oh, horri ble shock ! ' saw that 'twas only Rosalie's tn&id 12 Rosalie's last year's frock I " ' Cornelia Redmond, in tLifc$ BIRPS ANB NE8T& Habits of Some of the ea&horel Tribes of Enarlanc) -; &acon, ia ssays3 $ 'ftrrittsa ?Hethat builds a tair house tipon an ill Beat committeth himself, o prison. If yoia &x& an observer of nature, a hundred little incidents, particularly fin...

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. — 27 September 1888

THE OMITOIl COMITY eONT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL. E. STOKE, Z3ditox cxxxcl Proprlotor, (Office in Optra Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Entered m second claw natter at the Great Bend linrn, poetofice. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year ...... $1-50 Six months - .73 Time months e -30 WA!1 advertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Dxhocmat, most ba handed in by Wednesday neon of each week, at the very latest. NATIONAL. ' For President, 1 GROVEB CLEVELAND, Of New York. For Viee-Preidnt, ALLAN G. THUBMANt OI Ohio. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS! , At Large J. L. Grider, ol Sumner; J&hn Sheri dan, of Miami. Fin t District B. A. Sevisr, of Doniphan county. Second District C. E. Benton, ef Allen county. Third District E. A. Scainmoffi, of Cherokee county. Fourth District John E. WStrous, ef CofTet Fifth District W. 0. $uchSnnjn, if Ottaway county. Sixth DIstricferW. fp. orington of Phillips county. Seventh D&trict S.F.iMiltoriQ o ford county. STATER For Governor. ,g$&...

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. — 27 September 1888

t jt THE BM1T0II COUnn DEUOGnAT. WILL E. STOKE, 3SiitOX'gLXlClgXOI3XiCttOX (Office in Opera Bock) " GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCALi NEWS, Now the Bumtoer dara re orerfJanduU soon fra Frost and rime and snow about Oa,$mpea from the northern pole. And when comes the wintt weatherjrou and I will freeze together. If we can't stand off the dealer for 3, ton or tw3 coai. &fc A?. Ireland ia in the ctty again. N. R. 2lolme3 id agaiij cjf$ $h In valid liatb Ex(&mmissione$ WillntJ $ra3 Is the -4 city Tuesday J)emocratic 3rallj? &t a Saturday nfg&t. 21oiington e Concordia ioet laal evening fpr rejgutag fractic, .frs. C3J Culver has returned frees her $ist lQ the east. $ne;e coHl4 &ot be finer weather ' $ political campaigning. cJonnVolfe came up from Elllu ood Wednesday, on business, JoeJ liller of Stafford county iras lb $ie sit Wednesday, to hear Brook, ettaake up a part y of 200 to g& D$e t Hoisington, Saturday even Vt lor J. W AicCauley, the 'TarrnesrV candidate, lor pr...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 September 1888

rBLAlNgAND TRUSTS. , Jim 2f allixans latest Direct, Clear, I!nnniluatHr l . - Yake the Mllfs -Dill, that the House or! Its nmraeenaa under-consideration for seven mths, in which they.weQa seeking to do the raucu uungs with our revenue laws that r aared. That bill, after Its seven months bation, left the House containing forty sections, sixty -seven nctuvn rmirAo diahi ttan 1,600 lines and 15.000 words, and does ssst contain a. section. line, or word, WOAble relating, directly or indirectly, in essy way whatever to trusts. The zeaf sritfc, wich the President started off to Saddle the "ole of the, unpopularity trusts on the protective tariff . and npoh tM" Republican party sems not even'Qb have been hear& of i Congress. These wcds g3& frffaine latest deliverance n Support of trusts." There seems to h& uo occasion to mince ia1fte3 Sfrith -this mah. Hi temen3 quoted i$ a direct, clear, rn equivocal iaes fa the speech from which h t&org quote I are taken, .Blaine hiL some...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 September 1888

V A RAILROAD DECISION . t- ' ' - The Inter-State Commission Makes an Im portant Decision The Lr Was Enacted lor the PeoplNot f4jtl Railroad. . Washington, Se g. The later-State Commission yesterday, through Chairman rCooley, filed, an opinion tat the matter Of the Chicago. St, Paul & Kansas City Railroad Com pany. This company in Jnns Laet notified the Commission that owg to the sctioa of com peting lines coverin? rates be reen Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis, it bad seen, obliged to reduce & own, rates between thoss points below the rates which it could afford to accept to intermeddle points, so that upon its line there would be greater charges made upon the shorter haul han- upon the longer in the fjjouldbe made cl this it would undertake to Ju.tify its. action under the lav The Commis sion Uherefore made an order for a hearing to 3 had t Etabuque, at which Shit eompanjr would be called. neon to justify its action so 0iat other companies interested and also suy commer...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 September 1888

TTTYgBi jOARDS; On and after Jose iftth, 1888, train leerf Graft Bead at follows, rlz: - - Ne. . Canon Ball : : .(2 25 a. m No. 8, Local Passenger.. ........... 6:45 p.. m. ' Goute WEST. No. 5. Canoa Ball 9.56 a. a No. 7, Colorado Express..... ...40:lQSin UCATX8. , Express. ..... 56g... ...... $. ,ffclei 9:30 p. i 8t Lou:xpre&9 . . 11:85 p B Colorado Express fdSaai tipin St I&tti Express. 4:40am Colorado Express 10:30 p m AJ1 trains dallr S. W. WaTKKT, Agext. rOSTOFFI CI? tlOURS. TTT A V a.a - ... io.m .. WEEK BAY8, 7 a. mi. to 7 p. m. MONEY ORDER, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. REGISTER BUSINESS, 7 a. m. to T p. SB H. P. BAIN, P. 2f. ATTOBNBY8. (IfStlFFENBACHES, ($Cca in AJlen-HufcUr Block fooai f And U. C.COL&. CLBICK.C COLE County Atterney. (COIiE BBOTHERS, ATTORNEYS At LAW Offlco in Court Houoo ($dtiuiel In flcnua by The. C Cols. J. RICHCREEiX. (HUB AT BEND, - KA& J9B. JENNISGN, SZTcic IViita XiOanft At Lov Bts Mlfiscuri lands to Exchang for Kansas lands. W1CE W OPERA BLOtSt...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 October 1888

VOLUME V GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1888. NUMBER 27. O .8U : way. ." iu iub urn;, rmu auu (ia-. KothLn g to hope for, nothing to via, weak la L. I 1 I I 1 . .1 nil oi corruption, covered wit aia, Grasping, rasping, hating to die, Sotten, rotten, willing to lie- if, what a wreck of the greatnea of old, A victim of tyrants, rascals anil gotd. .Then bury It low let it go Under the clover, under the now; Bury it deep and let it sleep ;tigAidrublicanfceajw jlBEILLIAKT OAHPAI0II, peeaocrata should be proud e the campaign their leaders and standard Iftarers are making la th!a state at pies it. John Martin, candidate fox gov ernor is winning golden opinions by bis Jtraightforward, manly and brilliant saivass Wherever he appears immense gad eathuswstic audiences fjret him, $axious to hear public questions that snceru them so sear! discussed by a a whose reputation for honesty and hardiness, as well as ability and talents as won in advance the confidence of the ople. ' In the Se...

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

SHE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. VT. XL BTOES, Editor and Proprietor. GEE AT BEND, KANSAS. THE WOKLB AT Summary Of the ail? Jewa. In the Senate on the 24tt& Mr. Berry, from the Committee on Public ands, reported . the bill allowing persons who had abandoned a homestead entry during the requisite sis: months to make anothe? entry. Passed. Among the bills introduced was one by Senator . Plumb offering a reward of $500,000 to any per son who shall discover Che cause, remedy and treatment of yellow fevtSt Senator Plumb ad dressed the Senate in&vcff of the bill restoring to the United States lands granted to the North ern Pacific railroad. x Deficiency bill was then considered until adjournment.. ..After transacting business of minor importance In the House the conference epoi? on the Sundry Civil bill was taken up end agreed to, except the library section, gnd a further conference asked. Mr. Holman reported and seked for im mediate consideration of the bill extending the laws of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 October 1888

1HE BARTON COUNTY, DEMOCRAT, , i. XT. Z. BTOKS, Editor and Proprietor. , &REATBEND. - - THE SNAKE'S DILEMMA. Onoe a snakostuck bis head, through a bole in s trail, . .-. Twai a pretty tight squeeze, Cbrbe &ole was but small, . ... Bat a sight met his eyes that9eptjS him ffetf taim . Ji. fat bop-toad ga& sunning himself osa the -pitta. The fgiake viewed the beast trith delightful surprise. And opening his jaw$ quickly reaUoweg th prize i And then smacked h lijs, as snake would say : , Well, a pretty goog diitiey I've fljaaagedte day." But scarcely his dinner ad Tfrafrishedf from 6llt, When fjbe snake flbunfi himself in a pitiful plight; With the hop-to has? doJ hi best efforts were, vain. He could not draw his head through the hole back again, lTdg would the small hole let 'hi body pass through. ,pi such frightfut $ilemtfia; what Could the " snake do? Well the boptoafl Bopped borne, aod his snakeship backed out, $ much wiser and hungrier snake, there no doubt. dfeis nl9 l...

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

lilt U All I U II lUUHIJ UtIMIIAI. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, Z3dltox and Proprietor, .' (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. " Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postofice. ' TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year. ......... Six months Three months...., . .75 . J50 aWAll advertisements or communication s, to ob tain an insertion in the Drhocbat. most be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. D TI NATIONAI For President, GROVEB CliEVELAND, Of New York. For Vice-President, MiLAN G. THURMAN, Of Ohio. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS! At Large J. L. GHder, of Sumner; Jhn Sheri 0an, of Miami. First District B. 4-. SeTier, of Ponlphan county. Second District C. E. Benton, of Allen county. Third District E. 3k. Scam mo n, of Cherokee county. Fourth District John &. Wtrous, of Coffee Fifth District W. 5. Suchannn, ot Ottaway county. Sixth Districts W. S. CoTington, of Phillips county. Serenth DiStrlc 8. F. tlllton, or fori county. STATE. For...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 October 1888

COME AND HEAR THE BARTON COUHTY DEMOCRAT, Editor ecncl Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS AMUSEMENTS. RANCH KING, GREAT BENC OPERA HOUSE. On Saturday Eveaing, Oct, 6th, JOSEPH D0 CLIFTON'S RANCH KING CO. Will make Its bow for public favor to a Great Bend audience. Secure yas&r seats early. Popular prices. LOOAL NEWS. OOn the camp ground, oh, my darling Where the ticks and thiggers grow pd you feel the little ted ants Softly come and softly gO (fj'hen your back is almost bicakingg Caused by sitting down so low, on'iyou think it tetter, darling, That yo and I should go." ?u8ge John Martin Monday. J. D. Wiener is on the sick list this ncc& resh sorghum, 50 cents per gallon f Ed Tyler's. Sam Gwinn returned Sunday ten g from the fcas4. fHememt)er the show Saturday liight, f,t the opera house Send fn the local happenings gom our neighborhood. HalaSaj's art gallery is still mating pictures at reduced rates. Fred Murphey is again Yvith J. H. Harper, in the book...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 October 1888

Independent Irishmen . Who. Supported uialne In 18K4 Revolt. The news which excited great inter est at Democratic headquarters in New York was the action of about one thousand Irish-Americans who were ardent supporters of Mr. Blaine in 1884, but who have now come out for Cleveland and Thurman. The follow ing resolutions adopted by them and sent to Democratic headquarters by the president, Ed ward J. Bo we, explain the causes of their change of views: Resolved. That as Protectionists, believing that the fall measure of real protection to the working-men the greatest good to all the - people can be best secured under a lower and more equal system of custom bouse taxa tion," do most heartily indorse the plan of tariff rerorm contained in the Mills bill. 2. That trusts and monopolies fostered and encouraged by unjust State and National laws. imposing unequal tariff taxes and laying tribute to the consumers of the products controlled by them, have our most emphatic condemnation; and we d...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 October 1888

COMMANDER WARNER. , Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic ' XTrg-ln the Comrades to Renewed Zeal In , , Fromotlne the Sacce of the Organixa tlon and Its Principles Washington, Sept. 25. Representative Warner, of Missouri, in his official ca pacity as vJommanaer-in-unier 01 mo G. A; R., issued the following last night: Natioxal Headquarters, G. A. R., I ,: ; ICansas City, Mo., Sept. 24, 1838. f : Circular Letter, No. 1 Comrades: The Commander-in-Chief, upon assuming the duties of his office, desires to touch elbows and keep step with the depart ment commanders and all the comrades, that there may be no break along the line. It is his hope that this year will be one of earnest, ac tive work. Every Grand Army post should be a recruiting station. There is necessity for this. We are confronted with the fact that thousands of honorably discharged soldiers and sailors of the rebelion are not members of the Grand Army of the Republic. The names of all of hese, our old companions-in-arms, ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 October 1888

OiilBtaJlM We, lt,raiS lOSTO Otft En4MfevaTls: -- - .13a.SB Pe.S. Local raMiu.sr.. ............ fctSfvse. E.B,CeneneU Be. 7. WWHttl , aoatavaa lfcttKsn. ........ fctttkBi vr.Toaa3Y,eat. 21. J. C Leuts Exyi . Cslerada Hi fit aw. fiCLofEKpnn.. Catered rfi. U (raise tatty. fcXJaaa 4:49 a SB B. W. Watvavt, Afcat. posTomcs houbs. UKD AT. 1 s. m. fte tfc p. as. WEZkT BAYS7 ft. m. te 1 p. a. KOSTET OSDSa, m. te p. ta. S. F. BAGT, P. . TT0B1CBY8. C. F. BIFFESTBACHng P.A.BANTJL tiff FJBiCHB R liHTA, Ofi In llen-Habbard Block reeras t end 11. THEO. C. COLE. ELRICZ.C. COLE County Attorney. cole Brothers, attorneys at law Offlc In Court House VConnael In Geraaen by Theo. C. Cola. 4. RICHCREEK, Attornsy ai Lau and Holaij Public. Office oxer Hobs' Groctry Store, CrREAT iiENP, KA8. J. JENNISON, Quick Farm Loans at Low Rates Missouri lands to Exchange foj; ' Kansas lands. '' r OFFICE IN OPERA SLOCJZ FBY8ICIAK8 4 aou . f.ilGHTFOOT, physician & Surgeon, headquarters a& Allen's Drug Stored Y. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 October 1888

VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1888. NUMBER 28. DEM CLEVELAND SLIPPEES. Tune "Golden Slippers." Oh! de old bloody shirt am laid away Kase it ain't no use on 'lection day, Fur de red bandanah ire's gwine to wear. When we go to the polls in de morn. And de 'publican racket dat dey raised in June We are gwine to get changed to a democrat boom Dat vill sweep dis kentry from sea to sea When we go to the pools in de morn. ? CHORUS. Oh! dem Cleveland slippers, oh, dem Cleveland slippers, Dem Cleveland slippers I'se gwine to wear, Kase dey look so fine. Oh! dem Cleveland slippers, oh, dem Cleveland slippers, Dem Cleveland slippers I'se gwine to wear When we 'lect dat ticket of mine. Oh! de Democrat club stands by de wall . Kase it ain't been used since way last fall. But de Jjoys will. use it in first-class style When we go to de polls in de morn. Dere's old cheap sugar and clothing, too, Dey'll telephone de news to internal rebenuep What a glorious victory we'll win da...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 October 1888

1HE BARfOll COnNTYz-DEHOCBAt- TT. XL DTOE22. Editor knd AmmlitM. 3REAT BEND. - KANSA2. WORLD AT LAEGE. J Summary of tho Daily News. 0X0111053. Neither House of Congress wa in ses sion on the 29th. Ik the Senate on October Mr. Plumb, from the Committee on Public Lands, reported the Senate bill for tha disposal of the Fort Wallace military reservation, which, he stated, had been amended to cover the . objections of the President. The bill was passed. The mes sage of the President approving the Chinese ; Restriction bill was referred. A resolution by Senator Hale as to the discharge of. certain em ployes went over. The Senate bill restoring to the United States certain lands granted to the Northern Pacific road was taken up. and Sena tors Berry and Plumb addressed the Senate. The bill went over. Adjourned. ... In the House several bills and resolutions were offered, among them a resolution by Mr. Lanham, of Texas, that it is the sense of the House that appropriate legislation for the s...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 October 1888

.-.I ' ."'--. .; 'V?" IV V; ' .-A f j g : Y- MAJORITY REPORT. Beport of the Majority of the Senate Fi nance Committee on the Tariff Bill - "Washington, Oct. 5. The majority report of the Senate Finance Committee, in its report on 'the substitute Tariff bill, declares that the de mand for a careful and thorough revision of the revenue law is imperative: First, to reduce the National revenues, which are now excess ive; second, to protect honest importers and domestic producers from the disastrous con sequences resulting from fraudulent under valuations on imported merchandise on which advalorem rates of duty are levied: third, to remedy the defects, anomalies and Incongruities which have been from time to time discovered in the tariff schedules or which have been created by erroneous decisions of the Treasury Department: fourth, to secure the proper readjustment and equalization of tariff rates rendered necessary by modified business conditions, improvements in methods of production, ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 October 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, IEditor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. - TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One rear ...91-50 Six months.... Three months. ' WA 11 advertisements or communication s, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. ' DEMOCRATIC TICKET. NATIONAL For President, GROVE R CLEVELAND, Of New York. For Vice-President, ALLAN G. THURMAN, Of Ohio. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS I At Large J. L. Grider, of Sumner; Jehn Sheri dan, of Miami. First District B. Sevier, of Doniphan county. Second District C.. E. Benton, of Allen county. Third District E. A. Scammon, of Cherokee county. Fourth District Joh E. Wfctrous, oj Coffee $pnnty. Fifth ifristric-W. C Buchannan, lOttaway gbunty. Sixth pistrie-W. i. Covington, ! Phillips county. Sfcvcnth gistS&ft-& 5,.Jniton oi ford eounty, STATE, For G...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 October 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, SjcULOx and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) . GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NES. Council meeting Friday night of this week. J. Frost will arrive to stay, in a few more days. Court week brings an unusual nam ber ot people to town. Be sure and send in your township ticket as soon as nominated. Mrs. Caro returned from her St. Louis visit Monday evening. Mrs. W P. Cone returned this week from her visit to Iowa. Call at this office and get ti good assortment of campaign literature. Miss Ada Whitecomb returned from her visit in Bush county, Friday, "Will Bunting, Mayor of Pawnee llock, was in the city Wednesday. E. L. Hotchkiss will represent Bar ton county in the next Kansas legis lature. The prohibs had a meeting at dis trict 40, Clarence township, Tuesday night rhe prohibs will have a round up at hoisington Saturday night of this week. Sam'! Maher is the man whom you should support at the polls for county attorney Will Ferger returned (alone)...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 October 1888

V; AN UNBURNED LETTE8. - One Tliat Was Written by Conkling Wften Ho First Fell Out With Ulalne. Republicans here aro greatly aston- . ished over the following: letter from : Koscoe Conkling to Peter" B. Crandail, of this city, published in the Ithaca - JDnqerati together with a long inter- Aw'with Mr. Crandail on the circum- ; stance . under which the letter . was Written:" r V Mat 6, 1S66. My Dear Sur: I ain glad to re eive your letter. By this time you will have - seen in full the latter passages of the Fry Blaine matter. Let me know what you think. "You will not, I think, find fault with the self command of your representative when called on without a moment's warning in the presence of the Nation to answer such a liocL What is the effect upon our people? Mr. Blame js said to be too near, the business of recruitinfr at Augusta, Me., where he lives, and where, there, was another Haddock affair, in crime but not-in conviction and punishment. He has grown suddenly rich, it is ' said...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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