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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 November 1888

SfNGULAR CORRESPONDENCE. Th British, Minister Answers an Inquiry mich Leads to Much Crittdsm. - "Washington, Oct. 25. The following letter has been published and Is the cause of considerable tbomment upon the action of Sinister West: Bevkrlt, Mass., Sept. 13, 188S. Sir: I am in "receipt of your letter of the 4th liant and beg to say that I fully appreciate the di&culty v which you find yourself in casting your vote. You are probably aware that any political party 'which openly favored the mother country at the present moment would lose popularity, and that the party in power is fully aware of this fact. The party, hewever, is, I believe, still desirous of maintaining friendly relations with Great Britain, and is still as desirous ol settling all questions with Canada which have been unfortunately reopened since the retrac tion of the treaty by the Republican majority in the Senate and by the President's message, to which you allude. All allowances must ' therefore be made for th...

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. — 1 November 1888

'.' WHO WORE THP BLUE. ' Valuable Statistic . Compiled from Republican Almanacs. Showing; That th ; "Soldier wt the TTnlon Wr Itamoenti - ind the Stay-at-Hom Voters Were Be- . publicans. There is no evidence that even one Republican voter in 1860 shouldered Chis musket and fought in the Union Franks during the civil war. That a few dlid is exceedingly probable; but the Evidence is lacking, and we must ac Igept the statement on faith. Outside ifi he Regular army corps officers but ?three of the prominent Generals were Republicans. Grant, Sherman, Sheri 33Lan McClellan, Meade, Hancock, Slo dSum, Butle, Logan, Hooker, McPher Qcng, Buelltt Rdsecrans, ." Sickles the (Qrhote galaxy of volunteer Generals- 327$ re Democrats when the war began, Whatever they may have been after it nded Jujb for them and the loyal Imaeratid leaders of the North there reP would have been a civil war, or & fnoro perfect Union' preserved In S360 th total Democratic vote in he loyal State3 was 1.957,119; the ...

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. — 1 November 1888

THE OLD JUDGE. orous SpsecH of Judge Thur- man at Lima, O. The Senate Handled Energetically For Re .Jectlnfftheirislieriee Treaty and Hold- lag Back the Exclusion Bill The . Sackville-West Letter. - L-ixa, O.. Oct.. 27. Judge Thurman and party left Cincinnati, yesterday morning, And after short speeches at a few stopping places, arrived here hi the afternoon. -Far-rot's Music Hall wa$ packed . with people 2i welcome the Judge, who was introduced toy-Hon. George W. Hull. . Speaker Carlisle and other prominent! Democrats were on the platform. After a cordial indorse ment of the National Administration, Judge Thurman took up the Fisheries treaty, the Chinese bill and the West let ted in the following manner: Why did the Republicans of the Senate re ject the Fisheries treaty and attempt to make out that the President of the United States had not stood up in a bold and manly manner for the interests of the people of the United States? Why did they do it? Gentlemen, there is a way of test...

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. — 1 November 1888

THE 8ABT0R COOHTY SEHDGBAT. TJ.ZL SYOZS, Editor and 2roprietor. fiEEiTBEND, ? - KANSAS THE WORLD AT LAEGE. krmmnry of the JDailsr Nawct "WASHrreoTox note. Thk Comptroller of the Currency has ' declared dividends In favor of the credit ors of the Fifth National Bank of St. Louis, Chich failed -November 7, 1887, of . per venu, maung in an eu per cent, on Claims proved, amounting to $559,4101 The Secretary of the Interior has pre pared his estimates of appropriations for .(be Ulterior Department for the fiscal year Aided June 1, 1888. They aggregate $94,220,389. Those for the current year f aggregate $94,733,138. . : 8u&6BON-6knerai. Haittltow has writ- . &n to the Governor of Florida suggesting the enactment of a law for the establish- s tnent of a State Board of Health and aux- iliary beards in each of the counties. He . caomittea tne draft of a bill. Alkeadt inquiries are being made from fearioas sections of the country in behalf . 9Z organizations for quarters at Washing- O...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 November 1888

3 V GREAT BEND HAKKET O. Wheat to-day ranges from 80 to 90 cents: kum 32 to 36.- No oats on the market;' ',. i- LOCAL. NJE WS. r Salt, or no sal t! jAyfe, there's' the - rob. - "V" v - "STnclerJake Bland is again on 'the 8ick. lisi. fy, , . - ., ,,ftri: &Irs.;Ella Rondebush is visiting n ndiania. , Mrs. H. A. Bishop - has beeo very 01 fa: some day a. t Jake Miller had a horse hurt, last eek in a runaway. E. E. Winstead returned Monday 0-om a visit to Kentucky. . r ., S. Bracks spent Sunday with his Old friends in this citv. r Mrs. Theo Griffith s mother is here Qn a visit, from Missouri $rith a ear load of horses last week. Chas. Chamberlinis the , republican nnmtfloA fill" rtitnt1min In' tha 4Vtttifli Qvard. Ed Crail and Frank Farris r have formed a partnership in. the. tonsorial business ,' . : ' ' "'. , The registration of voters shows an increase in population over that of last fall: . . ; A good democratic meeting was eld at No- 17, Clarence township, on Monday nigh?. . 1 '...

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. — 1 November 1888

r o TliyiARTfl!l,-C0UllUDE.l(lGR4T, -vWILL E. STOKER ' - - (Office in Open Clock) , GREAT BEND, : KANSAS On and after October 21, 1888, trains leave Great Bend as follows. rl : ,rr 0bOfa xxg(- '"'aT N.2. Atlantic ExT-..-f.....-ir. .irr..;...'.5.05p. n. No. 4. New York Ex 5:87 a- m. norruteipyxM ,.7:10 ay NiOifeHJil Ex ii . . . .7. . .. . . - aa N.'AriWntf4ArSaExprM...... w:41 lSenTerand UUb Ex.MJ,,... - '-Ptf-X.XAVBS. r- -TT-O'T"'' fixpross. . a................ iwsgs, Sj..se KBIVKS. onSp. If St Louis Express H5 p m Colorado Express 0:30 ft 9 , . DXPABT8 t 8Lottls Express...' 4:40 a Colorado Express - t . . . . 10:80 p at , All trains daily;'! -V -. i , E. v Waykxkt, Agent. ros'foFFiCE nouns. 8UNDAY, 10:30 a. in. to 12:30 p. m. . WEEK DAYS, 7 a. iu. to 7 p. au MONEY ORDER, 6 a. m. to 5 p. in. REGISTER BUSINESS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m : fes n. p. bain, r. w. ATTORNEYS. 0 C. F. DEFFENBACHER, P. A. BANT A- Oflce in AllexPHubbard Block ..rooms 9 and 11. 2J11EO, a COLE. '-ELRICK.C. OOLK t . a ...

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

but this I have t Bay, that toe it forgery or be it a genuine letter, be it a letter written bv Muvcheson oc be it a letter .written by som Kansas Citt, Mo., Oct. 23 Th wig- for more protection line in Kansas against the report of Chair- ltO.Wi warn was crowded last night with enthu- J -rhey say that pta.lron. foe instance, is 90 J nxn rj.iloucAv of th nmncratic commit. I GREAT BEND, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 1, 1888. NO. 31. VOL.5. tit L g Tburman terday morning, ai , , - wml OTMiii iM6fl too? Ttet'i ggue V i. ! After 25 years of Protection no ore confronted nittv q con dition instead of q theory. THB SIKIESB TWINS Born of the alliance between th Republican Party and Monopoly. "Yon cm fool ILL of tte people SOHE of tHe time, ana SOME of the people ALL of the time, hut yon can't fool ALL of the people ILL of the time "-aw. htCx Ah Oxhlblt off the Aeeeeeed 0l8O a Statement of the dune 30, '88; also a COUNTIES. Allen.. Anderson ; Atchison : Rarber Barton Bourbon Brown.. . Butler Chase Chautauq...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 November 1888

..,i . oldier 10 toe neiu i " ing. - ,t ... wienttax. American . . suue"""' l866 the war was over. W m- -the ar retumea home, the, voted articles otdre uwa.cna . e orced to. manufacture, cMugn.. of k, " The Savingo Boalro of XSassochuoetto alono have' dopdsito ojovor jiOD PUSH tiOKEV HAVE THE FAnmEilS OF KflfJSflS GOT STACfiEP UP 111 Dinks? ' , n scveiv of our Western States there are mortgages aggregating the enormous total of Four Billion Five Hundred Million of Dollars and in Kansas the mortgage. indebtedness amounts to nearly Two Hundred and Fifty Million of Dollars I Now if protection is responsible for the prosperity of the manufacturer it is also responsible for the debts of the farmef in Kansas, for you cannot enrich one by robbing another without making the one robbed the sufferer, and these mortgages are what the: Kansas farm JSSt WC Cach in Kansas, in the enhanced price of ou? goods, caused by protect Protection against what? Against injustice No. Against fraud r No. Agai...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 November 1888

I who deserves to be scorneJ by bonest men. 1 ZT Pomis maae m ' 1 committee of Congress, Hark tlie aburdU I neesand.the municipal debt bv counties I tBe "e" J'jud - . i ju - " aeac ccnoira tf yGDQflc GaoaGQ Q QCa - gDo tf yajio (feeQj OS Ganoo 7GDanir' Itoati, J7G3C eaC, j7cDP uecfi, yaDF DDireeiclhies, yaciiDr EscKstiOp y0DF G(h(SSp Gn ftnjQOs j7od ofls9 tlfo JgO 7dn saUp aiifll Qo sg7 tiCaati ttainotni a ntraaim (?pinra fllhi tfp U Cbds lhieaGO ft tiCuo gD t? this Qsti og a GdsdqsUdQ ft Onooinip fis iroiiDllItooinijgj Us HftiaDH afosmrcfloftff,. TTMywrJlACJ.- The Supreme Court of the United States, at the October Term, 1874, ia case entitled, "Loan Association, s. Topeka," reported in ao Wal lace's Reports, page 655 we quote from page 654, from their opinion; We have established, we think, beyond cavil, that there can be no lawful tax trhich is not laid for public purpose." . ...... . A A ' . - , . ... , -A To lay with one hand the power of the Government on the property of the ci...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 November 1888

the war was over. The Dcm- 1 hoffie, they voted Nicies of dre in which the voter in -, 1 Vv to vote. 1 01 tne war reiulu . 1 . ,aSj ,;n tVi noils. For ernmeni are USUI (OA, - - m I Ol"""" t manufacture enough r alt of tariff 12 T5) Gen :wtpw 1 w cV ,THo Sim 99 13 if to moocS f?5 O O A A O - - The farmer buys under protection, and sells undr free trade: little wonder then, that he stands aghast in the midst of his tilled fields anfl CCS t&9 very ground slipping from beneath him, as year after year this fearful abuse goes on. He borrows money in the vain hope that the next crop may prove more prosperous and help dim pay off his mortgage, and save his home and a few acres for his family; that season never c mes. There is a story of o -man confined in a sol itary dungeon, the windows of which, by the infernal machinery of his oppressors, were made to dissappear, and every morning th wretched victim awoke to the fact that his prison was growing smaller, until at last the mysterious w...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 November 1888

2 O C 0 II' f : r i if , 0 volume v; lejOlled it kleptomania, and her-husband pud . Ty the bill. , f: v r r ' pd nothing more Waeid about ifc tbejr tw "..- . . J VI nuahed and ttiUj i H ? - . .. ? r?" CbcC&setwaa lace and satin? n& uaelett things - thejsaia: ; - Q3?0oure sh could thave tuht them- ahf ot " in her right he. f &&xmm injiis bangev, ha4 tolen mm Uvpt incfooi, : ; ' " ' ';' f V tShftf celled the it polieomanwthr Jaere with laughter fade '' -.-; -1 : 1 i ad Judge and juj -firanded'hiut a -.thrf,th tUestfcindy -- ( j St57tnthini uy 16 tf ty daj-stfce Moral jaa vi& find. OOUETESY ; IN; BTJSIFES&. ; JL merchant with' whom., the -writer Ogee talked about advertising, said- in .the course of the conversation that he , thought low prices would result in the sale of more goods than any other; in lluence that could be brought to bear upon i-the public. . Presently; he-i was . . called to another part of the store by a ' lady, ..to "whom he exhibited his War...

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. — 8 November 1888

I I H IIII II' IV I VI ll'TI PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILIj E. STOKE, - - X2ditor and groprtotor, - (Office ia Opera Block) QBE ATJJEHII, : KANSAS. Catered u ecoDd clam matter at the Great Bend 1Tihm, pwtoCSea. - .: ' Obo yer;.., .'......... 1&0 Six monllia i .1 Tbre nt'Dkfl.. .................... .80 odrftl inU or eoaamunleatteas, to e- f b WnliiMtiw awn f aok - at tk rar THE JLSIuLT. ; AVe canot give oar readers much CteiUf actio on the result of the - elec KXon this week. Up to the tinje of go- gng to cress it is impossible to near groin a number of doubtful' states, and Oo nan can tell to a certainty; how the Qlection has gone on the national ticket. ftepublicanft claim New York by grom 8,000 to 11,000 plurality, -while ino r ew x orK . democratic managers .say inert) way ue- - plurality w Slarrison, and - that there is yet a ; chance that the official count may show a great deal more than now estimated, - and there being yet a large number of cyuutg; auincu vu mar uuui'vuwuc of the...

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. — 8 November 1888

KANSAS STATE NEWS. . . KanMt Municipal Indebtedness. Tie annual report of the State Auditor Qv.es the following statement of the total municipal indebtedness -of the. seTerai Counties of the State, including county, township, city and school district bonds Qna city warrants: Allen.. t3G0, 483.00 Lyon ...... 671,518.80 899.538.00 233,225.00 4051.10 215,946.91 813,790.00 173,786.50 693,246.42 8'i7,450.00 117, 08.18 178.74 '.00 244,582.47 149. 692.0(1 506.874-99 ISO. 842.54 278,680.25 147,990.00 257,841.86 178.8(30 OU 546,297.00 49 155.61 740,438.00 200,08.00 4J-3,6O.O0 530,159.48 218,116. 7 258,-566 73 71,964.14 524,; 93.93 776,095.00 8190 36 899,07' .00 37,774.9 i 19,90.79 1 6,488.37 S6785 6" 24,572.44 804,606.86 43,a58.4S 44.500.00 8.928.81 189,940.00 g& 339.1 445,8?.0 147,935.55 643,050.65 ' Anderson.. - Atchison... Barber..... Barton..... Bourbon... Brown futler hase Chautauq'S) Cherokee. . Cheyenne.. Clark ....... Clay CNoud..... 4tt,865.00 ,tr; 6,55.00 6(,8.i2.01 284.774.Ou ...

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. — 8 November 1888

THE BOWSER , FAMILY. ' 'Caftstles Which '"'' Some time since' T. referred 'tn ia iact wiai nai carefully preserved, ar . ranged and filed air of Mr. Bowser's letters, ana 1 advised every bride o do the same thing. I now desire to weiterate that advice. I really don't tcnow how I could get along with MrJ ""jci ua.uiu uuii osre iou leverage on. him. Like all other husbands he ZXSS hift SuddHTl fitn A.nrl - Ilia Tinnra nt , fcrgefhiiness. He wanted a uair ci pincers to use for something," and be cause they were not right at hand he Oiadd 2a gesture of despair and ex Olaimed: . " "Ot of course, I must get used to it, m. suppose, ouch a housekeeper as you Mrs. Bowser!" Here they are. You left 'em on the Cpunge yourself last night." . "Lay tt to me, of course. What's that young'un bellowing "about now P1 He fell down. "Doesn't he know enough to stand Op? Did the wood come up?" -No." , ' " ' It didn't." I. ordered it the first hing this morning. . This is the worst . T xuu uuu9o in ieu uiu...

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. — 8 November 1888

SHE BART011 COUHTT MOCBJiT. XT. XL BTOZS, Editor and Proprietor. 6 THE TEST. It matters not, my friend, bow rich you are, . How grand and great; .. now Dxignuy o er you same amDiuon a siar, - j.i znanera naugni inougn rarest sllks cmow Your stately form, And marble walls Inlaid with gleaming gold ' Shut out the storm. But whether you have proved your noble birth By noble deeds. : - Regardless of the sneers and snares of earth. Or useless creeds Whether your soul has soared in courage high, p, " Erect and free, - With resolution that can do or die. Is much to me. $ caf$not whether you have won in fight A warrior's fame, . . Qr graved in silver letters dazzling bright - A statesman's name; -gt matters not that people bow the head In flattering fear, nations tremble with a nameless dread When you are near. , rlt& whether you have spoken words most kind. And sown the seed That bears rich fruitage in the human mind - ui inougnt ana aeea; Whether your heart has triumphed o'er its prid...

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. — 8 November 1888

. M'babwh ' coram demceat. t ;". . jtT.B. CTOEU, Editor Mil Proprietor, GREAT BEND. ' - -r - KANSAS THE WOULD LAEGE. Gusntnary Of the Dally Hows. TPASHINGTOK NOTES. Chatr) Randal, has called for a tneeting of the House Cqimittee on Ap propriations November 21 tdoegln the prep Saratimxf appropriation bills. AulaST D. Brown will command the 3earsarge, detailed for duty in Haytian "Waters. Aa X BaanniMi, First lieutenant United States navy, attached to the Enterprise, kas een sent home from Europe under seritence of a court martial. A IOettkr Iras' been sent by thB Inter state Commerce .Commission to the rail Toad and telegraph companies affected by 'the act placing the telegraph lines of the "railroads which received Government aid under tbecontrol of the Commission, call 'ltfg 'their attention to the fact that they have not 'complied with the provisions of 'the act requiring them to file certain in formation with the Inter-State Commerce 'Commission. TltB decrease of the public debt ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 November 1888

- -"- o- : 'I 4 i "f. ( 9 3 I'm j. ft ii - " 5- (I (I 7 h ' THE DA0T03 COOHTY DECOCPJT, WJLL H. 8TOKB; ; J gdltox cuaci Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, KANSAS - LOCAL -NEWS. Ziook'outfor our ' iiew Btory next week. - ' :T - ' . : f : The ladies are all aaying, I'm glad it's over." ' Do riot say anything about Lakin township. "" Wheat ia looking immense all orer the county. Scratch, scratch, scratch the votes went polling.. The salt boads carried by a vote of about 600 to 14. Wonder what was the matter with Albion township? Hcladay's art gallery is still making pictures at reduced rates. Frank Kramer is home after a visit . ia the east of a few weeks. EIrick Cole fell a little behind his majority of two years ago. The Barton County Bakery bought the Beye stock of groceries. . Attend the entertainment at. the formal college Saturday night. liberty township is no slouch, and Stood nobly by W. E. Lobney. Barton gave C. F. Dtffenbacher a ood honest vote for attorney gener...

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. — 8 November 1888

THE- BltRT3!I: COMITY - DEMOCRAT, WU4L e.'xpke; 1 IBciitqr etxici Fr-orriQt.Oit ATTORNEYS. DIFFENBACIIEB, D. A.BANTA. DirrEUBMHEB & BAHTA,:: Office In Allen-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. xiAJiu. u. wiE. - j- ELEICK.C. COLE - "V j Count Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORN EYSVT Jj': Office in Court eL " - W ouse. uy Tbeo.' Creole. ; j. mCHCREEK. Attorney at Lav ' and . Hoiary Public, Office over Moss' Grocery. Store, r GREAT BEND, - - KAS. J. H. JENNISON, ilttoi?iie-at-3Liar7 Onfoir Varm !Loans at Low Rates ' Missouri lands to Exchange for " Kansas lands. OFFICE IN OPERA BLOCK PHYSICIANS. F. LIGHTFOOT, Physician & Surgeon, Headquarters at Allen's Dru Store. A. Y. McCormick'. M. D. V. L. Chester. M. D. . Mccormick & Chester. v Physicians ond CurcOons. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, Northwest cor. La Fayette Park. ' GREAT BEND.: - - KANSAS.. : FH7S1CIAKS AS SURfiEOSS. ; : HEADQUARTERS AT Wilson Shaw's Drug Store HOTELS AND KESTA1JUANTS, JOSEPH TROILLET, PROPRIETOR f : ' Fr...

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. — 15 November 1888

VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1888. NUMBER 33: EDITOEIAL HOME-PODGE. ? ScoorxD, with a large sited S. Kbkp your powder dry, pick the flint and try it again. . -". V Although "somewhat disfigured we are still in the ring" and ready for the fight in 1892. ' ( Fr looks a little as though Stafford county democrats traded "Frank Boss; obr candidate for state senator. . Was that free - whisky plank put in your platform just on purpose to catch some of the weak democrats? Ellis county gave John Martin and the whole democratic state ticket -400 majority. Barton county ought to have done as well. If the people, or tnese uniiea otaies do not want low tariff they do not have to have it. There Is nothing compul sory about this business,, The r republicans have been saying - all along that we need a revision of the ' interest' and mortgage laws in Kansas. ' Now let us have such revision and im provement. . . Anna Dickenson has sued the re- publican national committee for $...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 November 1888

SHE BARIOH CQDI3I, DEOCm . TT. XL CTOZSU Eiltor and Prorleto. IKE AT -BEND. - . KANSAS THE WOELD AT LAKGE. Curnmaxy of the Dally ZTerra. ' WjUBDroToy xorxs. PBK8XDKXT Cleveland has signified his intention of attending with his entire Cab inet the centennial celebration of George town University, D. C, to be held Febru ary 22 next. The President' will delirer the honorary degrees to be awarded on the occasion. At the White House on the 6th the Pres ident and a smaty party assembled in the library and received the election news over a special wire. ' Besides the President and Mrs. Cleveland, the White House party in eluded Secretary and Mrs. Whitney, Mrs. Dickins$i, Mrs. Endicott, Attorney-Gen-eral Garland, Representative Breckinridge,-of Kentucky, and Foran, of Ohio, and Mrs. Lament, Assistant Secretaries Maynard and Thompson, of the treasury, and Colonel Wilson. The Secretary of the Treasury on the 6th accepted $85,000 4J per cent, bonds at 108X. . One hundred recruits have been ord...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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