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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 November 1888

5 i 6 9 HOW KANSAS VOTED. Beavlt of the Recent Election in KniM - ' Given by Counties. Below is the vote of Kansas by counties as given by She Secretary of State; - t J3 Q Sa fc ts 3. 1 ! 3- V Counties. S - ? ' : f a. : I i i : J Allen ...... TT 1887 1038 179 1076 - 72 812 Anderson.... 3843 WO 1830 98 1t2 889 Atchison..... 3&i0 2A& 8185 2644 21 324 Barber. 976 760 958 774 12 257 Barton. 1358 1228 1875 143 63 97 Bourbon..... 8568 1831 asse 18C3 44 802 Brown....... 2696 1803 2686 1832 119 2v8 Butler. 8172 1616 8131 1682 226 692 Chase 11.6 592 1112 615 31 8i5 Chautauqua. 1594 694 186 718 12 448 Cherokee 2935 &J& 2910 2183 181 118 Cheyenne.... 779 4A) 780 42 . 14 22 Clark 4:4 349 466 856 134 698 Clav 1914 9iO 1900 H 86 2 93 I Cloud 2543 1052 2508 1089 97 571 Coffey 1168 1227 1952 1245 103 453 Comanche... 490 384 477 - 402 1 89 Cowley 4111 1933 4062 2081 114 1445 Crawford.... 8156 1874 8140 1984 1S9 1253 Davis 1027 755 994 786 11 101 Decatur 122 731 321.' 751 36 137 Dicki...

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. — 29 November 1888

THE BARTON C0U1ITY DEMOCRAT. WILL, E. STOKE, Editor cvxxcSL Iroiariotor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS ATTORNEYS. C. F. DrFFENBACHER, D. A. BANTA. 8IFFENBACHK & SANTA, Offic3 in Allen-Habbard Block rooms t and 11. TIIEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. " COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. CSTCounsel in German by Theo? C. Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Att&rney at Law. and Noiary Public. Office over Sloss' Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, - - KAS. JvH.:JENlTISON, I Quick Farm -Loans at Low Rates .Missouri aanas to .E.xcnaiJge igr Kansas lands. OFFICE IN OPERA BLOCK. PHYSICIANS. A. Y. McCormick. M. I). V. L. Chester. M. D. Mccormick & Chester. Physicians and Qurgoons. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. La Payette Park. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. SHAW k IILjIGTTFOOT, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, HEADQUARTERS AT Wilson &,..Shaw's Drug Store HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. JOSEPH TROILLET, PROPRIETOR Frencli Rrestaurant, Dealer in Confectionery...

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. — 6 December 1888

v5ltjme v. GREAT SEND, . KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1888. NUMBER 36. EDlTOBIAL ADD GEHEEAL. I Baktox county democrats who this yiar went after fatee gods will again j turn io me ranas u mc ian,uiu4 VJ another election time. -: ; It is said the people of Canada are under the impression that all residents of the. United States are connected witn steel ana doii lactones- , - SamVle copies of the Democrat can be: had at this office at any, t me. We inVite a careful comparison of our L ... .i . i Cpaper witu any , omer paper iu west. It is darkly hinted that, the west side realestate men have clubbed to gather to assist the new band in paying rent for a practicing room in the east end of the city. We lkaux from an eastern jurnal that the trust stocks have had quite a boom since Harrison's election." Even the whisky trust certificates have ad vanced to par. All of which is easily accounted for.. The trusts will have nothing to fear from the new adminis tration. . They will be treated a...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 December 1888

CBE' BARfOIl COOHTT MOCBAT. XX.a. CTOS3, Editor ud ?nprUtfc ; IREATBEND. - - - - BANS ITHE WOULD AT LAEGE. fCcsmruxry of thm Dally, Z7m -i TTJLSIUKGTON KOTB3. .POSTVASTXB-GXNXBAX. DICKINSON esti- mates the expenses of the postal service for the fiscal year ending Jane 80, 1890, at m $86,812, 073 nearly $6,000,000 larger than for the present fiscal year. . CHATKifAif Button, of the inaugural committee, has received a letter from Den ver, Cot, asking that 600 ladies from that ; city be allowed to march in the inaugural . parade on the 4th of March. Several com .mitteemen favor the granting of the re quest. liosxs D. Muix, of Lancaster County, Pa., a clerk in the. labor bureau, has been arrested at Washington, for forging a sol der's name on a $100 bounty check. Sxnatob Quay, chairman of the Repub lican Rational Committee, said on the 26th thaf the Republicans would have a major ity of nine in the next House. Hon. MichaxXi Hznry Hxbbxbt, British charge d'affaires at Washington, was mar...

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. — 6 December 1888

4 ft Y o SHE BABT05 CODIiH'rDEIIOCRAT. U. S. CTOSXS, Sditox and Pro?rietosr GREAT BEND - - KANSAS, TRIFLES. Only a cluster of daisies, And, dear little daisies were they; They won smile for the giver - , A sunbeam to brighten the day. V. Only a smile at the crossing; - But it beamed from the smllers face ' And shone on my shadowy pathway. And lent to the day a grace . That marks it a day worth recalling 4 In reveries dream-country sweet, Where Fancy with Fancy keeps trysting , In the soul's solitary retreat. ' Only a hand-clasp at parting AJkioment with palm to palm pressed, & moment's celestial communing Ere the spirit relinquished her quest. Ah me I that beautiful fraction Of time hurried into the past, Floet-wlnged. but its sweet benediction Will linger with me till th$ last. Only a bird-song at twilight-4; A love-lay half lost in a plaint; But its measures were hauntlngly lovely, Though its melodies rippled so faint That I scarce knew when the song ended And when the silence...

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

O THE DARTOn-CQUI1TY DELIQCIIAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, ;. : "Editor ccxxcl Proprietor, " u (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. - Entered aseeond class nutter at the Great Band Kansas, Jiostoffice. ' " ,( TERM OF 8U B8CBIFTION CASH. r One year....... .....tL50 8ix month i.... .... .r ... .75 Three months .80 flAJl advertisements or eomnnieat!onittoeb . tain an lnwrtkn In the DnociuT, must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each w ek, at tbevery latent. . ; , General Harbison's pension will be increased March 4th, 1889, to v $50, 000 a year. - " ' . ' Quite a number of .our brother edi tors have gone into the "cabinet mak er's" business. THElrailroad hotel and eating house at Coolidge was burned last Thursday night, a little after 12 o'clock. ' Barton county is Oklahoma enough for us let us "boom 'er" for all the re is in her, and for a good lot that is yet outside of her. ' Occasionally, we hear upon the streets the remark that "money is close." Yes, indeed it is; ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 December 1888

THE- DAfiTOH COUtlTY DEM0CI1AT. WILL 15. .STOKE, V: ' EJditor G.nci Ixjpritxy ' ' v (Office in Opera Block) .. , ; , t GREAT BEND, V KANSAS AMUSEMENTS. 1 A SOCIAL GLASS, ; . , , OR, . . . , : 7 VICTIMS OF THE BOTTLE. Opera - JgCoia-se SATURDAY EVE, DEC. 8, 1888, CITY AND COLLEGE Y. M.. & Y. W. C. A. BENEFIT! The greatest, most interesting, Instructive Temperance drama On the boards, containing Grand sentiments, Moral lessons, Abundance of Humor, and THRILLING TABLEAU'S. No lecture half so good! No play half so entertaining! Qgrtainly a rare treat; No one can afford to miss it. A "SFLENDll) ORCHESTRA! Admission 15c; Reserved Seats 25c. Tickets for sale at Shaw's drug store. LOCAJL NEWS. See the new, St. Louis Store ad. The "Kermiss" -will be the event of ' the season. " g We M&nt to know something about the salt plant. . C. W. Murphy is taking orders for Christmas trees. '.' - ;-'. "A Social Glass" at the opera house Saturday night, Dec. 8th. Now begin to economize in fuel an...

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

THE BOWSER FAMILY. Gr. S. Bay a. jor, and Sirs, ju Tell All 4 . ' About the U;ly Brute. 1 Ever since our marriage Mr. Bow- car has " been looking after a" house dog, and agood share of our troubles Itaye arisen over this fact. On a hun dred different occasions I have asked him what we wanted of a dog:, aad on ol hundred different occasions he has raised hisroice and replied: I "What do we want of a doe? Did you ever see a family, which amounted to shucks -which ' didn't keep a dog? Hat ure gave us the dog to protect us --to be a- sort of companion. There Are people who can strike terror to a dog's heart by one look, but I am not one of. those, Mrs. Bowser no, thank Heaven!" - - "Can't you protect us, Mr. Bowser?" 'Certainly I can and do, but sup pose I am off . my guard some night and a burglar enters our house?'' ; "And burglars the dog?" ' "That's it! Sneer at. the poor dumb brute. because Nature made him a dog! ZTnrlAr th p.iprnmRtn.nAfl T havA sfcatfid jwe should probably owe ou...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 December 1888

THE NEXT HOUSE. ttm Political Con iplaxlon Cloe nd Doubt v'v, fal AKaxro-rUmrgUu Below will be ound a list of members of the next House of RepresentatiTes as near ms the result can now be ascertained. .Sev eral districts are in dispute and sereral doubtful, and therefore the fact can not be determined as to which party will secure the organisation until the certificates of lection have all been issued: - . 1, B. H. Clarke. D. 5. James E. Cobb, D. ft H. A." Herbert. D. C J. L Bankld. D. 8. WUHam a Oates. TL 7. Wm. H. Forney. D. 4. Iewis W. Turpi n, D. 8. Joseph Wheeler, D. ARKANSAS. X. W. H. Gate, D. , . 4. John H. Rogers. I. 2, OBJ?reckinridge.D. 5. Samuel W. Peel. IV 5. Thos. C. MsRae, D. CA IXFOBKIA. V J. J. DeHaven, K. 4. W. W Mowow. B. 2L Marion Bigs. D. 5. Thos. J. Clnnie, D. 3. Joseph McKeimaB. 6. Wm. VndTr, SL COLORADO. ' - ' . Hsea Tow nsend, B. ' CONNECTICUT!. ' " . "" "H . ' IT W. E. Slmonds. B. 9. Chas. A. Basse-, XV 2. W. P. Wilcox. D. 4. Fred Miles, BW DELAWARE. I. J. B...

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 December 1888

THE BftRTOIl COU1ITY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILX, E. STOKE, HScUtrOz o.nci Proprietor, (Office ia Open Block) , GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. ATTOItHJSTS. 9. A.BAJTTA. KfFDBtED a EAHTaV, : eos AJkavSabbart Cloak roams cad 11. i. J COLS. - ' EXXirCC. COItE Ovary Attorney. COIIC BROTHERS, ATTORN EYS AT LAW orneo In Omurt Houtt. ail ftawOaraua ey.Taee. C. Cola. !; J. FlICHCREEK, mtq it Lw ni icbrj PnbfTc, OOco TfrUou1 Grocery Store, CHEAT BEND, - - KAfl. . J H. JENNI30N, Qiiek Tra Leans at Low Bates Uissouri lands to Sxehange for Castas lands. OFFICE IN OPERA BLOCK. FHY8ICIAN5. A. Y . McCersuck, M . D. " V. L. Cheater. M. D. M cCOKMICK CHESTER, FZplcfaoo aod Gurgoons. OSLf r Dodge's Hardware store, mortbwest cor. La Fayette Park. GREAT BEND. - ' - KANSAS. HAW h 'HjISTTFOOI, XXSADQTJAJST.ESS AT Wilson h tttim'n Dnfg Store HOTBLS A WD MSTATmARTS. . JOCEPH TROILLET, PROPRIKTOR French - Rrostouront, fesalsr fa Orrofeetieasry, Tofcesca, Hears aad Basokco's Arttelos. lea Cream. Coda Water, Milk ...

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 December 1888

'rcMy:i ME MviOu - t VOLUME V. EDITOEIAL AM) GEHEBAI The big railroad Uut houht be big railroad bust. powat Jetmore the pf itoners in the county jail are put to work diging a well in the court.yard. TriE only guest partaking at Har rison's Thanksgiving turkey wm Dick Kerns a railroad'president of St. Louis. Onk reason wby the president's message was read with especial care is that nothing worth reading is likely to emanate from the White house for at . least four years.to come. Leavenworth (Standard. Say, rkader, is it not a plain, every day fact, wnich must go without denial, that when any person, company, corporation er combination asks to be protected, there must be some persons to do the protecting? A new creamery at Cheeuey, Kan sas, started up last week, and is paying right from the start. We would like to know that our farmers had become awakened to the need of united action in the starting of uch an institution. On the 8th day of January the Kansas legislature will convene. ...

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. — 13 December 1888

cie BiBion coobh wiwm t7.a CTOsa. editor n4 pwplrta CKEA.T BEND. - , u A2rO3 am WOULD AT LABG& Summary of fha Dally irTO f COXGRESSIOXAX. ; Thx Senate met on the 3d and wu called to order promptly at twelve o'clock. A com anittee was appointed to wait on the President and a recess for half an boar taken. Upon re assembling the committee reported that the President would immedlatedly communicate witn the Senate In writing: The message was then received and read and the 8enate ad journed.... The House met at noon with eighty eight members absent. The Senate was in lormed of the presence of a quorum. A com mittee was appointed to wait on the President and a recess of half an hour taken. Upon re aasembllng the committee reported and the President's message was presented and read, attheconclusionof whloh the House adjourned. After the presentation of department re ports in the Senate on the 4th a number. of bills were introduced, one being for the construction of two steel rams to be...

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. — 13 December 1888

SHE BAB! 05 C0D117Y DEUOCRA?. X7.B. 0TOEI3, Editor and Proprietor. CHEAT BENP . - - KANSAS ONE DAY. Like some old friend from far who visits us Still garrulous Of long-forgotten ways and things of yore - We knew before, Some babbler of old times, old Jests and son? Dazed mid a throng Of younger careless strangers who disdain, His boyhood's reign. So from the shadows of the bygone years Tt reappears, From an unsealed corner of the brain It starts again The memory of a day as clear and gay As yesterday, ' , And at Its bidding adumbrations rise, To dreamy eyes. The splendors of a wide, untraveled world Once more unfurled, Thin, far-oil mirth, vague sorrow, vanished sights, Love's dead delights, Wonder and hope and joy, the exultant thrUl Ineffable ; The fainting echo and the afterglow Of long ago. Then as a lonely outcast who hath corns To find h s home CAanged with changed fortunes, chambers sa cred still That others fill. Whose wild white face to panes uncurtained pressed A space mig...

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. — 13 December 1888

TIIQ;DM1T0!I COMITY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, sTT!clvtor and. Proprietor, ' , (Office in Opera Block) GKEATBEND, : KANSAS. Entered an second class matter at the Great fiend Kansas, jxwtoffice. . TERU OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year...... . KIz month.- .... Three mouiha. .81 JO . .75 esSfAU advertisement or conun.uicationu, to ob tain an insero'on In the Dkmocrai. mutt be handed in by AVednadaj noon of each w.ek, at the very latest. Monday of tbis week a prospecting well was started at Pratt, Kansas. Siiades of the departed" are said to be those left banging by "the family that moved out last. W. T. Irwin, 'the tramp" of tho Abilene 'Gazette, is now "bitting the road" for the Kansas City Times. The Times always catches onto the best tal ent that goes. One of the councilmen .has recom mended that Mr. Willner "get a whack at" the new hose tower. With a little artistic decoration the tower could be made to resemble an elongated Japanese pragoda. Wn.vra great difference be...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 December 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL K. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS AMUSEMENTS. ANNUAL KERMISS;" BY THE cc vS "TV TM 73 FRIDAY EVENING, DEC. 14, AT THE WILLNEfc BUILDING, OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE. Everybody Invited, Ample Entertain ment for all. LOCAL NEWS, The 1'Kermiss,,' Friday Eve. The Arcade hotel lias again closed up ow get ready to take in the Christ mas ball. Take Supper at the "Kermiss" Friday eve. The shortest day will soon be here the 21st of December. The question, of Christmas presents U beginning to be agitated. Th itv council will meet ifccain next Monday night,. the 17th inst. 8ee our offer to subscribers to club witti the Kansas City Weekly Times. Great Bend and Elliuwoo'd flour is knenv in almost all parts of Kansas. The "Kcrraiss" will be held in the Willner Lmilding' opposite the I. O. .T H. Jp.nriison will occupy room three in the new, Moses building, as a law office. i John Typer removed the balance of his hotel furnitu...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 December 1888

PBESIDENTS MESSAGE. Xresldent Cleveland's Recotn- xriendations to Congress. smxta Reform Again a Xeadlng: Feature Cfae West Incident Review or the Pen slon Laws Public Ianda Restored Other Recommendations "Washington, Dec 3. Congress opened sat 1:30 to-day for its second session. The President's message was presented to both douses and read. President Cleveland opens his message to Oongress by calling attention to the fact that with the expiration of the present session of congress the first century of our constitutional lavatory is completed. -The time, admonishes us So soberly inquire whether in the past we hare always closely kept in the course of safety, and whether we have before us a way plain and ear which leads to happiness and perpetuity. "When the experiment of our Government was undertaken the chart adopted for our guidance was the Constitution. Departure from the tines Ihere laid down is failure. It is only by a strict adherence to the direction they indicate, sand by re...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 December 1888

THE TREASURY. "Annual Rejport of the Secretary of tit Treasury His View Regarding the 8ur-v plan. ' " '. Washington, Deo. 4- The annual report of Charles S. Fairchild, Secretary of tbe Treas ury. Is made public It shows that the ordi-; nary revenues of the Government from all j sources during the fiscal year ended June), ; 1888. were t379.SC6.074.7S; ordinary expenditures. 2j9,&'3.938.76; mrplus, (119,612,116.09; bonds purchased, including premium of f2.K2,l15.88, 146,577.163.88; expended in redemptions and funded loan purchases. 133.507,239 63: balance in treasury, S.A-Vi7.7l!.53. The increase in re ceipts was 7,862,797.10; decrease in expendi ture?, 878.221.30. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1889, the .tn J , , f 7a inoo- expenditures, actual and estimated, vrr3s0uu,0O9; I actual and estimated revenues are f377 OOO.oou; t.imntPrl enrol no Sltkf nrtVnft). The estimates for the fiscal year ending June 80, 1890, are: Revenues, 1377,000.001; expend! tores, including sinking f...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 December 1888

HE .MM JOOIITY DEMOCRAT, WILL E. STOKE, . ITJditor and Proprietor, . (Office ia Opera Block) ; GREAT BEND, : KANSAS ATTORNEYS. C. F. DIFl'ENBACHER, D. A. BAKTA. itimumi mu,-' r m m- mm Office in AIn-JIntbard Bock rooms 9 and 11. TIIEO. C. OOLE. ELKICK.C. COLE m County Attorney. COJE BROTHERS, ATTORN EYS AT LAW Office In Court House. 00(mnj)l in Gfraun Itv TttAO. C Cola. J. RICMCREEK, Atey at Law nd Noiary Public. . Office over Moss? Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, KAS. J. H. JENNISON, Lttorxiegr-at-Lar7. Quick Farm Loans at Low Rates , Missouri lands to Exchange or ' Kansas lands. OFFICE IN OPERA BLOCK. PHYSICIANS. A. Y. McCormick. M. D. V. L. Chester, M. D. Mccormick & Chester, Physicians and Surgeons. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. La Fayette Park. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. SHAW..& 3L,iaTTF00Or, PHYSICIANS AND SOEGEONS. ; irEADQUAKTERS AT Wilson Shaw's Drug Store OT12LS AND RESTAURANTS. JOSEPH TROILLET, PROPRIETOR French - -Rrestaurant, Dealer ,ia Confectioner...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 December 1888

v " -: rfa fhr' TDnnA VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1888. NUMBER 3S. IRA i it PRIVATE DALZELL! KB SAYS THE G. A. R. IS BUT EEPUBLIOAN MACHINE. Ho Writes an Interesting Letter to the St. Louis Republic that Speaks Plainly. To the Editor of the Republic: Caldwell, O., Dec. 1. As the artir desolately published in the Republic over my signature have awakened con siderable discission throughout the country, and some of the statements made by me, as mere matters of fact, k have been Seriously questioned, I pro pose now, leisurely and carefully, calmly and deliberately with your kind per mission, to set out plainly and at length once for all, my version of the history of the Grand Army of the Republic, so far as that history throws any light up on the question whether or not the Grand Army of the Republic and the republican party are in harmonious union, in fact, one, in thought, feeling and purpose. Now, a few words by way of preface: I am not antagonizing the inter...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 December 1888

SHE-BABfOH CODUTT DEIIOCRAt - '22 CTOKE. Sdltor and Yroprletos. QBE AT BEND. - . . . KANSA THE WOULD AT LAEQE. Summary of the Dally Itara ' COXGBESSIOXaX. t Coxanxss wm not in session on the 8th. Aftkb the disposition of sereral reports -and resolutions the Senate oo the 10th resumed consideration of the Tariff hill (Senate sub ' stltute). Senator McPherson ' offered s number of amendments, making reductions on -various classes of iron and steel, which were rejected by a sti let party vote. Pending con sideration the Senate adjourned.... In the House many new bills were offered. Mr. Holman (Ind.) offered a resolution looking to an inquiry into the use of money at elections, "which was referred. " In Committee of the Who e the Distfiet of Columbia bill and the Pension Anoroprlation bill were considered. When the committee rose both bills passed and the House adjourned. Thk Senate on the 11th passed Senator lYye's resolution directing the Committee on foreign Relations to inquire into...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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