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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 October 1888

THE GATES CLOSED. The President Sigms 'the Chinese Exclusion BilL He Reviews the Negotiations and How the Treaty Came to be Rejected Rec ommendations as to Return- - , y - ing Chinamen. . WASHEfGTOJT, , Oct. 1. The President sent the following message to Congress to day: ' " . . I have this day approved House bill No. 11.33G, supplementary to an act entitled "an act to execute certain treaty stipulations relating to the Chinese" approved May 6, 188,. ' It seems to me that some suggestions and recommendations may properly accompany my approval of this bilL Its object is to more effectually accomplish by legislation the ex clusion from this country of Chinese laborers. The experiment of blendinsr the special habits and mutual race idiosyncracies of the Chinese - laboring class with those of the great body of the people of the United States has been proved by the expe rience of twenty years, and ever since the Bur lingame treaty of 1868. to e in every sense un wise, impolitic and injur...

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. — 11 October 1888

- TIME! On and after June 18th, 1888, trains leave Great Bend follows, vis : oorsa XA81. Ne. 6, Canon Ball 6.25 a. m No. 8, Local Passenger 6:45 p.m. QOISQ WXST. No. 5, Canon Ball. 9.50 . m No. 7, Colorado Express. .40:10 a. m OK&W JCxpress....... Express.'....., 10:15 a: m. 6:30p.m. W. T0BBEY, Agent. 2o. I. AJUUYKS " 8t Louis Express 115 p m Colorado Express 6:30 a m dkpabts . St Louis Express ... 4:40 am Colorado Express : 10:30 p m All trains dally. E. W. Watwaki, Agent. POSTOFFICE HOURS. SUNDAY. 10:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. WEEK DAYS. 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. MONEY ORDER, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. REGISTER BUSINESS, 7 a. m; to 7 p. m H. P. BAIN F. M. ATTORNEYS. . F. DIFFENBACHEE, A.ANXA. ' OTBiCHER&BAMA, ilifopjacyss at 7aa.V3 Office in Allen-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and if. THEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORN EYSATLAW Office In Courthouse WCounsel in German by Theo. C. Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Attorney at Law and Nolary PubllCi Office over Moss1! Grocery Store...

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. — 18 October 1888

volume v; . GREAT BENP, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1888. UMBEK- 29. THE BUSINESS YOTEs ' ( Through the iews of" rallies and speeches and the usual Irastle tff a presidential- campaign & glimpse is seen here and there of the iuiet tnen who wield a power beyond the proportion of their numbers, it is the quiet business men who care mors for financial safety and prosperity than for the success of a fiominee. 3?hey arc powerful because they are neitoes seekers for office noy the satellites officeseekers, and ean be beld 8o ft partj nly a long as they fiaveiajth iaits capacity to deal wit financiai affair They eat changes of Motional politics and they fear adven turers, hey look askance at a dema gogue and hold aloof rona milt and water statesman fiosp surroundings re those of demagogy. Xtitfew York city for many years, these men were the chief strength of the republican party, because being conservative to the core they feared a chfiBge which might bring Unwise measures They had, ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 October 1888

SHE EARTOH CODHTI DEUOCRA?, XT, TL BTOZZS, Editor and Proprietor. wRE AT BEND. -'' KANSAS- THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Sommnry of - the Paily , News. , . 7 ........ : f GONGSICS3. ; ,. D the Senate on the 8tn the resolution providing for a Joint committee to inquire into rr the contracts : and work on . the Washington Vscqueduct,, tunnel -.was adopted. Arte other 'minor business the Senate Tariff bill' was taken up and Senator Allison spoke in tavor of it. . Afer.. an , ineffectual effort to have a day - fixed, for ' closing ' the debate, Senator Vance : spoke ' in ' , opposition to the substitute for the Hills bin, Senator Hiscock obtained' the Boor and the Senate adjourned.... In the House tfce Senate bill for the disposal of the .Fort Wallace 'reservation In Kansas passed: v also a bill to constitute Lincoln, Neb., a port of -: entry ; also a hill to reimburse J. W. Patterson, late postmaster at Humboldt. Kan for certain 2 moneys stolen from his office; also the bill ap ..spropnating 120...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 October 1888

SHE BABTOH CODHTTv DEIKCHAT. SX0233, Sdltox and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, . - KANSAS THE DRUM O the dram! . - There is somb Intonation in thy gram Monotony of utterance that strikes the spirit dumb, ' ' - ' As we hear ' Through the clear And unclouded atmosphere, Thy palpitating syllables roll i&upon the earl ( There's a part -J'.-. Of the art " 1 - ' Of thy music-throbbing heart That thrills a - something in us, that awakens . . with a start,., :'- ; .And in rhyme With the chime And exactitude ot time, -Goes marching on to glory to thy .melody sub , ..'lime. ' - '' -And the guest m )f the breast That thy rolling os of rest Is a patriotic spirit as a Continental dressed; And he looms From the glooms Of a century of tombs, nd the&lood he spilled at Lexington in living beauty blooms. . .Jtndhis8yes ; , Vea the guise . - f a purpose pure anB'wisef As the love dt them is lifted to something ia the skies m;m- , , , " . That is bright . l J&ed: and whii , , With blar of starry l...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 October 1888

THE- B&BTOli COMITY DEMOCRAT. . PUBLISHED WEEKLY. WIIiLE. STOKE, (Office is Opera Block) GREAT BEND; : KANSAS. 1 , Entered as second class matter at the Great Bead Kansas, postofaee. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. , One year tl-M 8Uc months 75 Three months t -50 advertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the DxMocBAT.must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. $T ATIONALsj) - - For President, QROVER CLEVELAND Of New York. - ' For Vice-President, Man g. thurman ; Of Ohio. - RESIDENTIAL. ELECTORS: Al Large J. . Grid, 3 Sumner. Jn Stfri dani'of Miami. First District B. rjL Sevier, of Doniphan county. Second District C. E. Benton, of Alien county. Third District E. & ScTSnmon, of Cherokee county. ... Fourth District-bfiin Watron off Coffee eonnty. - Fifth DistriaS Kg. C. BuchannSn, of Ottawa y county. . Sixth District W. D. orlngtonj, of Phillips county. Seventh District 3. F.IJXilton, of Ford county. STATE. ForOoTernor. Judge joiin martin...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 October 1888

LOCAL NEWS. , 1 : . GREAT BiJNDMAKKET OCT f& Wheat to-day ranges from 90 o 95 cents; &orn 33 to 35 No.oata oo the market. A litt&i wig and a little coon, A little Chinese sored too soon, A little He and a little dir A little Blaine and a bloodj Shirt A little wkisky free f tax, )ear blankets, clothing, wool and fiaty . A he&j tax on irorkingnien; Tfeje are the things to loost in $ee iPog yaces are all the talk. o Ed. Tp&s will b home Jfrtdtj I Harpey hsSa $one east to buy fall goods. ' Everybody and his dog were in town Showeek " Onlyaisiatnore days in wtrich to ESgistes. - IDistriet court Tfill probably con tinue &U next week. - Wra. Ford, of north Homestead, If S?5$hesic& list again. Do job. Bear the tinkle, of the tells? Saot'o th street car coming tV. M. Ireland is talking of return So Great Bend to reside. Attend the democratic meeting and gpB footed cu the tariff question Jaa. Brown, of Ross & Brown, left first cl the week on a visit to Iowa. he...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 October 1888

FACTS v FOR LABORERS. ,nm Dollars Will Bnjr In the United fl t, f j ouiies una in jsngutna. , ' Worldligneii aw told by the prohib itory tariff advocates that they get bet ter wages under our high protective policy than do the workmen in Eu rope, and that .he cost of living is no grreater.jand in-fac, is less as f ar as the iBcefesaries of fcomfortable Hving are xncernederhvaps the working-men liave believed this, because? they have En6"means at , hand for testing its tiJThey j Way' think differently , when thelf acts are laid before them.. . A working-man in Cleveland has flvo dollars to spend in necessaries for his iamilyj 'Another working-man in Lon don 7 has I an equivalent sum.' Which mans mgneywill go the.farthest? An examination ''of " the price-lists of the establish Jnents- of a similar class in' London and Cleveland will answer the vfestion. All the Standard .brands of Chicago meats are 'quoted the same; in -Lqndon . as ... here. In han&s, bacon ' and lard arid' all br...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 October 1888

r.7 r - J v V V 1 i : t t i 1 i t . f a of ! 1 . A PAIR OF 50JK0K8. Appalling- AccidocrS on tne galley ailroaS Two Crowded Kxcurftfci ?ralc Colli A 6cores of PassenerS fi.r filled . Injured FCferfui Accident aft WftKESBAKfte, $&9 Oct 114 pecif train on - the Lehigh Valley g ailroad, car rying Wilkesbarre delegation home from Hazleton from the Fatter Mathew ela bration last evening", was wrecked above Penn Haven andwas jeportedthat sev eral, cars &e$e completely wrecked and some forty or more persons killed. The rumor of the terrible accident was scon confirmed. The fifth division of the Father Ma the w excursion Returning from Hazleton was wrecke4and th cars piled up in a shapeless tuass, one being stood upon its eng. - All the cars were crowded and the fatalities will run into awful fig fires. All tha physician from Whit Haven and nearby points ara at the wreck, as also all Lehigh Tavlley officials from thiO city. "The number killed ta variously Sportedfeoisi tweaty ;& ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 October 1888

THE BARTOII COUIITY DH.lOCfllT. WILL E. STOKE, (Office in Open Block) GREAT BEND, KANSAS - pea On and after June 18th, 1888, train 1T Great Bend as follows, z : " eoiK xieWi Ke. , Canon Ball ... 65 . a No. 8, Local Passenger... ..:4B eoniej srcsia 5?o. 5, Canon Ball . . . . m Mo. 7, Colorado Exp.... ...... 10:19 s m ls-ves, ,TP" uctew titnt 0:9 : A xsiySs. Express '. . . 1:30 p. So. 9. tORREy, Agent. BIval 8t Louis Express . tlS5 p xn Colorado Express... St Eouis Express . 9M m Colorado Express .. ... 0:0 p n AU trains daily. . v tosTOFncjc ifotrfia. JUNDA, 10:30 V m.fo 12:30 p. so. WEEK DAYS, 7 f tto. to 7 p. ITS. MONEY ORDER. 8am.o S p. tn. .QSTEsl3U&iNEii8, l.sTp.Sn & ? $If ENBACgEB, p. A. BANT A. . 'DIFFENBMHEUlANfi, 8 (llttornej? o o$ EsOCT t fficg ! Allen-fcuhhard Bloc rooms 9 and It. HEO.,CQL$ ELRIf!K.C. COLE 1 Count 7 Attorney. . COLUBBOTBERS. 'iltoaNEYS AT LAW Office In Court ttou UCounsel in Qarman by Xheo. C.Cole. 3f tJ.RICHCfcEEK, ittornej al tad inj tfoiarjf Pub...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 October 1888

VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1888. NUMBER 30. & WALK-AWAY! arranV Hakgkh, fof tba CUnGleV dub of Great eA- LB-;he Shinny Come Marching St .Judge Martin, 6 iaia the field, hurrah! errab? , lie's challenged Humphrey, but if annealed. hurrah1 hurrah. Snd Shereudgt Campbell, of (Bedgvic He will learn Johnson tome new trick. Hurrah, boys, for C walk-away oa next elecfiioa Af. The young Romatj ? tabette, borcat! HuTraA? JVilI get the scalp of Biggin yet. narjab? fcufirt? While Mr. Wilhoite, of Miamee, Will get away with Timothy, Hurrah, boys, for fimlkwaj aleStalectkfeaa?. r. White Id a vrj good rsan, fcarrah! JiarrahS jge will do up Joha Hamilton, burjahl btmbf "$Vill xncke Georg Wynang Hunt M liolq, fXusrah, boys, for a alk-away on next electio ftay. here Chat. B. tfcajr, af Sedgwkk, teuraft? hnrrahX JIe8 staking Petew very sick, hurrah! Jiurrah? Vhile Mr Bool is young, we knoa &u he will make Chap take bis crot tXuStsh, boy, Jdt t alk-away next aleetiaii ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 October 1888

THE BASTOS CODmDEIKICBAT. ZST.'XL OTOKE, Editor and Proprietor. 'HREA.T BKNDc - - - KANSAS THE WOKLD AT LAKGE. .. . i . . ; .. j i i . : t ' Ouxnmab. the . Dally News. COXGBESS. ,r; THE Senate on the 15th set apart the first Tuesday in December for discussing the Union "Pacific Funding MIL A lively tilt took place between Senators Blair and Cockrell as to the character of Mary Ann Doherty, an applicant for a special pension .and the mil ior wbose relief the President had vetoed. Several unimportant bills passed ' The adjournment 'question was . briefly dis cussed, when debate on the Tariff bill was re ' aumed and continued until adjournment.... In the House, Mr. Wbeeler (Ala) offered a reso lution in regard to. the tariff, which was re 'f erred. Mr. Oates offered a resolution for ad . journment which went over one day. The mo tion to table the reconsideration of the vote on the Presidential Count bill was adopted, and the House soon adjourned. ' In the Senate on the 16fch discussion...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 October 1888

GOVEJINOR HILL. lTe"w York's Governor Follows Blaine at Indianapolis. An Immense Crowd Listens to His Discos ion of the Tariff Question The Mills Sill Favored and the President ' Indorsed. InsianatoiJlS, Ind., Oct. 13. Governor Hill and his party, after stopping: at vari ous towns in Indiana, where addresses were made, arrived in Indianapolis at 8:15 last night. A drizzling rain was falling. A crowd of 2,000 or more, including a flam beau club and representatives from sev eral other local clubs, met the party at the tJnion Depot; As Governor Hill alighted he was greeted with prolonged cheers and cries of "Hurrah for HilL'! The party took carriages waiting, and were escorted directly to Tomlinson's Hall, where the mass meeting was in pro gress. The big auditorium had been hand somely decorated for the occasion, and, notwithstanding the inclement weather, tha hnnaa was waII fillnd with an intelli gent audience of 4,000 or more. On the Gtage sat many of the prominent Demo crats of the ...

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. — 25 October 1888

A. THE- BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. 1 NTIONJj. - -. . : . - - - For President, TROVER CLEVELAND), Of New York. Jfor Vice-President, AlXAN G. THURMAN, Of Ohio. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS! At Lame J. L. Grider, of Sumner; Jhn Sheri dan, of Miami. First District B. A. Sevier, of Doniphan county. Second District C. E. Benton, of Allen county. Third District E. A. Scammon, of Cherokee county. . Fourth Dfetrict-Ijohn E. Watrous. of Coffee eonnty. Fifth District-W. C. ' Buchannan, of Ottaway county . . - Sixth District W. D. Covington, of Phillips county. Seventh District 3. F..Milton, of Ford county STATE, For Governor. JUDGE JOHN MARTIN, Of Shawnee CouBty. . . For Lieut. Governor, F. W. FRASIUS, Of Cloud. For Secretary of State, ALLAN. G. THURMAN, Of Labette. For Auditor, IV. H. WILHITE, Of Miami. For Treasurer, W. II. WHITE, Of Morris. ' For Attorney-General, C F. DIFFENBACHER, Of Barton. For Supt. Public Instr...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 October 1888

GREAT BEND MARKET OCT. 25. "Wheat to-day ranges from 80 to 90 cents;- Corn 32 to 36. No oats on the market. . " . NEWS. There was a grand old (?) party, And it had a little bomb, And it called it union labor anarchy; . - But the bomb went off half cocked, . And in consequence it knoc&ed . The g. o. p' into the middle of the sea, Democrats, register hurrah for Great Bend and Bessie Lee! . E. Winstead is visiting in Ten nesee r &arge snow flakes brought broad smiles. ' Notice tfie change of time card on the Santa Fe. Register and then vote the straight democratic ticket. fDistricfc eourt will jgrobably close Bftusdaf ftnis week. Fil OsiBosd made a . business trip 3 SojXftst Sunday. I. 1iffeabftche spoke m im g&figoa Wednesday night. Il umored that Lamed is to ZPS SSew democratic paper. anion 2&bo people held a meet- HofouDgtoi Saturday1 evening. eaa uoTf e iouna in tne legioxs foijl&gg West of (he post Boat ofs WiJsoa is back at. hi post lltii Pets pofee?tyv ibe 11...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 October 1888

SHORT TARIFF; HISTORY. X3TuU IHgB. Taxatlaa 11m Dome tor, V Against the Cowafrr. . In his New York address Mr. Blaine devoted himself chiefly to the tariff lb is to ry of the countrj. fn ono aspect 1 tne matter this was a vise proceed ing, for he escaped thereby several Utmblesoine, topics. Whilehe soared 0lof t in eulogy of , protection and war xariffi he could . not, of course, keep Tiaofi V. a1 t. 1 : why he voted in Congress for free coal id free lumber. Neither could he be fsxpected to discuss the labor question n the lighV of his showing, when Sec tary of State, that "the inequalities in? the wasrea of English and American operatives are more than equalized by ' the greater efficiency of the , latter." For the same reason he vas able to set ai i.1t 3 , . e f 1 If - iirubis a.im "irewwaiBKj. ' ono biuo n& to hiave the political V revolution" 0i Maine unconsidered. : But in view of the' possibility that he dhay. again $ako refug in, a garbled history of the tariff' wo' prese...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 October 1888

johk "vntwortm:;- : Brief Sketch of the Career of a JIaa Prom. ; Inentla the Political History of Chicago ( s'; for Nearly Half a Century CIberty aad ! i Economy" the Watchword That 31as ' 4llm "Wealthy aad Popular. ": f Chicago Oct. IT. Following is -a brlei otch 6i the career of John, Wentworth, better knows a3 Mfjoag John," whose death was winouaced yesterday: Mr. TenwoOh, who was ao well known, as any man inSie West, was one of Chica go's oldest residents, and in his day wa tnayor of Che city, Congressman and edl ; Qor of the principal daily paper here. : About a ntomth ago his general health be kran .fca. fail and death resulted. Mr. I $Ventworth was seventy-three years of ; &ga$ Ie was a man of wealth, his estate 6eing worth, . at least $1,000,000. Mr. "Wentwortf $ras , a giant in stature j aver six an& m half feet in i Iteigtf anS f ery larff frame, ttiere & feo coffin in the shops in Chicago large etaough to encase his re mains, and it will be necessary to mate O...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 October 1888

v. 4 - , . V ir - i - 1 V K'- 1 ; : ' ' .' h V: 5 THE BART3II COUtlTY OEMOCn&T. WILL E. STOKE, ICciitoi Etxici yxoprtotog (Office in Opera Stock) fcrREAT BEND, : KANSAS IME OARDS .v"-i -A.TjC33P : On and after October 21, 1888, trains leavcjGreg yeua as iouows, via : . eoijrs kast. a. 2, At lantie Ex 5.05 p. xn. No..l'-vYorkEx.A i.. ..... 5:87 o.6,JSastern Ex.. .7!. 7:10 a, so. - - - : ; eoiHO wast. o. California Ex 9.50 a. 5o. 7, Mexico and Arizona Express 9:41 a. as OO0,&nver and Utah Ex 922 p. a (preA.t-3ie-3..... lMSsvsj. - . . AMIVKS. . LIATIS. gSbreSs ,... . 425p.m. 0 ... W. viuus si Louis Exprfes . dasnrxO $1:55 pm Colorado Express... &3sso 4:40 a as Si4uis Express. . . . Colorado Express... All trains dallj. lOtdOpsa 0. W. WasrK&XT, Agent. posTorriCB hours. CUNDAY, 10:30 a. m. to TOO p. m. a. a a vyv aw ju r issT EEK DAY8. 7 , ft. to 7 p. ta. REGISTER BUSINESS, 7 a. an to 7 p. m H. F. BAIN, F. M Attorneys. Cfice9All4i-Uubbard Block room 9 an 11. filIEO.CXCOL&...

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

t t. ;1 -;:; NUMBER 31; GBEAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1.1888. f4. V i - V nit a few more days until the vol CI of this great nation will be gathered aejathe lit fcvery hamlet ami in very 8cinct throughout tha land for thie guTgose of exercising their jight, tosav ahaU'rt side crex their; distinies fiOftcaticrnXor thfl next four-jrears; $5b$ shall toake their laws and enforce Snm; mnd what shall be the policy v of Ouch enforcemtrrt of law; and adminisy Ration of governmental mechinery. A11 men ere created equal,'.' and it fa the pride of America that, we recog nize that grand tenet of "democracy ,J Sbd that n& man of twenty : one years Of age, Dot a criminal or ant alien, but a protected by the law in his right and grivilegt to make his choice f jrablie Officer and Administrators of the jaw. he democratic party bas decidedly &e adf antage of its opponent, the re publican parjy - he brave and -manly Saessage of President Cleveland;whicli Called tor the tariff reform "...

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

THE B MITOII COUirnf R DEUOCHiT. PUBLISHED yratr,Y : WILL E. STOKE, JneHtox ctnci Proprldlpr (Office in Gena Block) REAT-BENn, --KANSAS. Entered as.second class matter at the Great Bend (Jmms, postofSce. Three l-iontb.... .......... . iauuiW - 9 .50 g n o .a - p.C'QrAU jlvertisements or communications, to b Qda an insejtion in the Democrat, moat be fcanded in by Wdfaesday noon of ch week, at. theery taU - -. v.'- - iMocRiTic wm. - 1 - - Sf or President. ; GeaVJBR cx,i;vjdt.ANtv ' -1 JPor 1rfcPriident, v fmt GRIDER 1 JOHB SUERIDA8 ItWrtcA Am SEAVRR, vtiAt-tom . IfATROCa, ,. 2trftctt i BUCHAAtf . Cst Siatk4W. P. tXViNrusr. CngMMhuaav Stvsatn triatrial. WATE TICKET Fo GovernoT. JOllK.WARm ' VoVf Jsut Governor : ? W y&ASJUtt. ' ottatT f Stat &. 4i yai7aMAir f& U W1XLUOIIJS. tasanr of State. . 1VM,U. WHITE, . ' $to Artwy -General, 5rOuertutiidntsf fubiic TsMruetisa "3X ftattdat JTustlt Sujreni IV rt, . VVV iV CAMPBELL. Sfaf (tart Seio. TMrt JMiixth l)iaftit, JTUaii WBOS3. SRH...

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