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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 February 1889

1HE BARTOn fCOUHTI DEQOCBA1' XT. 2. CTOSS. SOltor asA Troprlctov. 3REATBEND. - - KANSAS. TWO SISTERS. Two sisters went forth from the same dear ,.;home, - r ; ' , - .. . Two fair-haired sisters with eyef of blue ; Painty and bright in their girlhood's time As rosebuds fresh with the morning dew ; And neTer, we thought, as we watched them go, Were lives more sweet or hearts more true. Darling Madge was the first to go Daintily clad in her robe of white. She was the pet and the pride of all. She was our song bird, our Joy, our light. Sunshine fled from our saddened home, "When she went forth from our longing sight. Ab, jpesJ.We knew she was saved from grief To gfc in the bloom of her maiden years; . . . ' "We knew, our darling was ever free From life's dark trials and pains and fears f Vetihfs did "not ease the heart's deep pain. Or stop the flow of the bitter tears. They told us in kindly, comforting words. Of her greater Jo 7 and the Heavenly gain; But we only felt the chilling loss...

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. — 7 February 1889

THE BURTOII COUI1TY DEHOCnAT. WILL E. STOKE, ISditox clxicI Zxopriotox (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS ATTORNEYS. C, P. D1FFENBACHER, D. A. BANTA. DIFFENBiCHEU BAHTA, ilttonacijjc at Zboxj Office in Allen-Hubbard Block roonu 9 and 11. THEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLEBROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Court House. asrCounsel in German by Theo. C Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Attorney at Law and Noiary Public. Office over Moss7 Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, - - KAS. J.H. JENNISON, Lttorxxejr-at-Inainr, Quick Farm IiOans at Low Rates Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. BOOM 3, MOSES BROS. BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, TTORHKY AT JLakW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Btoin 4 Moses Brcs. 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 & UOTTFOMD, PHYSICIANS AND SUR&EQNS, OFFICE, ROOHG 2 AHD 3, Moses Bros. Block HOTE...

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. — 14 February 1889

VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1889. NUMBER 46. A " GO:" AH INDUSTRY THAT WILL DO MOEE TO HELP OUE COUNTY AND OUT THAN ANYTKLNG ELSE. The ''Elements of Success' all in Our Favor Nothing Lacking But Concert of Action, and That is Bound to Follow. , THE (JREAinStY MEETING. 0n Friday ; afternoon, the 8th inst., a meeting of business men and farmers was held at the Grand Central hot.pl tn riiarnai t.li matter of a rrpam. ery and cheese factory. J. W. Brown war marl ft chairman of the meetmcr nnrl W. E. Stoke secretary. Mr. Lewis Jones, representing the Davis & Rankin Co., of Chicago, Ills., presented plans and specifications of .the proposed plant, which were ex amined with interest, and the more minute details explained by Mr. Jone3. He stated the way of gathering the milk; the average price paid for milk and obtained for the creamery products, etc. C. E. Sowle cave some of his views on the benefits of the business, to the farm - ing community especially. He t...

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. — 14 February 1889

aEBAKOII'-COniui BOGSRtf. it X7.pL ETCrU. Editor aiLA Trejfximtas. C5REAT BEND. . . . THE WOELD AT LAEGE. Summary of. the Daily ' News. -. , COSrCHESSIONAX. (j , Thx Senate-was not in session on the 2d. ... In the How Mr. Hatch reported the Agricultural r; Appropriation bilL The Naval Appropriation bill was then taken up and eon' sidered in Committee of the Whole, daring 'which the Samoan matter was again under fire. The Post-office Appropriation bill was reported, and a Senate biU for the relief of the ln nabltants of Flagstaff, Aria,- passed. Ad journed. , Ih the Senate on the 4th the credentials of Senator. Manderson,. ef Nebraska, were pre sented. Senator Evarta presented the report of the committee and evidence in the Texas election investigation. The bill declaring trusts unlawful was taken up and after some debate 3t was laid aside and the Umon Pacific Funding 1111 called up and discussed until adjournment. .'.When the House met Mr. Parson (111.) com menced filibustering, aga...

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. — 14 February 1889

tT really was not my design To send yon, dear, a valentine, But since it seems the thing to do m weave a rhyme sweet one, for you I shall not say your ; soft bine ctai , . oatsn'na the azure of the skies, I shall not say your peachy cheek . Shames every simile I seek. . I shall not institute a choice Between the birds and your sweet voice. Nor shall I say the 44 scarlette redde ' Or your sweet lips quite turns my head. I shall not say the tint so rare, That lights your clustering jrolden hair, Seems but a crowning aureole To mark your true and noble souL I shall not say a thousand things, ."That every lover fondly sings, 1 shall not dwell upon the theme So old so new Love's happy dream. But could I find some new sweet word To tell you how my heart is stirred! Yet, dearest, do I need to telL What you already know so well? -ElizaLcth A. Davis, in Good Housekeeping. CUPID'S 30STAKES. They Caused Trouble, but Ended in a Wedding After AIL Written for This Paper. HERE1 it's done: and I'm ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 February 1889

THE DMITOU COUjTY DEBOCD&T. OFFICIAL. COUNTY PHP3n9 OF D AnTCS COUNTY. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY VILT E. STOKE, Editor a,Tici Proprietor, Enteru 1 as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, jostofnce. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year ,. ........ ..fl.50 ix mom as . a Three months '50 nAU advertisements or comma aications, to ob tain an insertion in the Dxmocslat, must be handed i n by Wednesday noon of each week, at the rery latest. AMERICAN TAETFP EEF0E1I LEAGUE Gall For a Convention.--Organize. The League requests the attendance at a national convention to be held in Chicago on Feb. 19, 20 and 21, 1889, of all persons interested in Tariff Reform. The invitation is extended to all, with out reference to political faith or party affiliation, who wish to assist in the en deavor to relieve the American people of the burden , of unequal and unjust taxation under which they now labor. The purposes of the meeting are: First To widen the s...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 February 1889

) r -THE: DMITOil C0B3TI 8EU0CMT. ' WILL E. STOKE, - Editor blxxcX Proprietor, . ' (Office in Opera Block) . GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NEWS. Register that's the word. Lots of people in town Saturday. Uncle Turn has come and gone and we still live. Mrs. J. H. Harper and child were quite ill the last few days. The great majority of intelligent jurymen take the Democrat. City hotels are doing a good busi. ness this week, during court. Revival meetings continue at the M. E. church, with increased interest. Judge Ogle married John Zimmer man and Mary Kesili, on the 11th inst ' Gentlemen, brighten up your soda fountains and get ready for the sum mer trade. Visitors to Kansas in search of "ruins'' should not fail to see Lyons and Lamed. To register or not to register, aye, there's the rub. No registlee no votee, allee samee. Everybody says the Democrat is the newsiest paper in the county. And we say, Amen. Louie Lord, at the opera house, on Saturday evening of this week. Secure your seats...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 February 1889

THE OKLABRHIA JUIWv Provisions of., tho Springer Bill Passed by the House. How tbe Land Are to Be Opened For Set tlement Sections Reserved For 8ohool Purposes A Commission to Be -Appointed. ..-., i Following is the Springer Oklahoma win wntcn bas passed tbe House ox Repre sentatives and now awaits the action of Hie Senate: .'"' A bill to organize the Territory of Oklahoma, m tor otber purposes..... . , ... '.-,. J3e it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre sentative or Vie United State of America in congress assembled: ' -". '- ' : ; Secxios 1. ... That sll that part-of the United btates included within the following limits, ex eepi sucn portions thereof as is hereinafter express y exempted from the operations of this aaei, to-wit: Hounded on the west by the State .of Texas and the Territory of. New Mexico; on be north by the State of Colorado and , the State of Kansas; on the east by the reserva tion occupied by the Cherokee tribe of Indians 01 , me , ii lnety-fcixth Meridian of...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 February 1889

. ' ' CONSUL SEVYALL. v , - XI la Bounced By tU Stat Department - and GiTos Ilia View on 8amon Affairs. . "WASHiKOTOif, Feb. 8. Yesterday morn- : Ins Harold M- Bewail, Consul -General to, the Bamoan islands, received a notifica tion from the State Department that his resignation would be acceptable on the ground that his -views were not in har- mony with those of the Administration. -( Bewail being asked for a statement of the reasons given by the State Depart ment in its request that he should tender his resignation as Consul-General at Sa moa, said: 'The reason given in the let ter asking my resignation is the disagree ment of my expressed views with the ' views entertained by , the State Depart ment in regard to Bamoan affairs. This refers, I suppose, to the testimony I have - given before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, and which has not yet been published. No disapproval of my conduct in Samoa as Consul-General has ever been expressed by the State Depart- ; merit so ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 February 1889

THE BIRTN COOT. DOCAT. WILL. E. STOKE, HJciitor ctxidL Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) ; GREAT BEND, : KANSAS ATTORNEYS. C. F. DIFFENBACHEE, P. A. BANTA. DimHBiCHS 6 BAHTA, :,; Office in Allen-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. , THEO. C COLE. ELBICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORN EYS AT LAW OffTCd In Court House. "CounseT in German by The. C Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Attorney at Lav and Hoiary Public. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, - - KAS., J. H. JENNISON, Quick Farm Loans at Low Rates Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. ROOMS, MOSES BROS, BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, ATTORNEY AT X-iAW NOTARY PUBLIC. Rooiu 4 Moses Brcs. Block. PHYSICIANS. A. Y. McCormlck, M. D. V. L. Chester, M. D. Mccormick & Chester. Physicians and Gurqoons. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, uorthwest cor. La Fayette Park. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. SHAW h ' XJaTWQQ1!?, PBISICIiSS 'AID SnEBEOSS. OFFICE, nOOnS 2 AHD3, Moses Bros Block , HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. Y JOSEPH TROILLET, PROPRIE...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 21 February 1889

VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1889. NUMBER 47. - A Song. ... Over the strings of my harp to-day Floats a song- that is half a sigh. Like the sound of leaves when the wind sweeps by, As they beat and sob Ast ey beat and throb. Till I hear a voloe In the distant roar On that lovely Biretch of sandy shore. Over the strings of my harp to-day Floats a eoag for the dying1 year . A song that thrills with an unshed tear Thro the winter twilight, cold and gray As the breakers sob, - As the breakers throb, . And I hear that voice with its old refrain. For those days that never come back again. Over the strings of my harp to-day . Floats a song for my sweet lost youth r or, U. i would give in v- ry miw , xucpes, ana fame, and power away To dream once more Those bright dreams o'er r lt is vain regret," si1 that old refrain. For the days that never can-come back again. Over the strings of my harp to-day Float a song for the d vinar year, A song tbat thrills with an unshed ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 21 February 1889

oHB' BiSTOH : COOKTI ' DD-OCRA?.' T7.2. 07022,'Sdltor aal Proprietor GREAT BEND. - r - - KANSAS THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary of tha Daily News. ! CONOIICSSIONAI. Thx credentials of Mr. Ransom (N. C.) Xoi his new term were presented in the Senate on the 9th. The Senate substitute for the Boose bill establishing a United States Court In the Indian Territory was discussed and passed. The House amendment to the Direct Tax bill was non-concurred in and a conference committee appointed. The Fortification bill was passed. Senators - Hoar, Cullom and Cbckrell with the presiding officer were ap--pointed the committee on inaugural ceremonies nd the Union Pacific Funding bill was further considered.... The House passed several bridge bills and Mr. Springer reported the inability of the conference committee on the Territorial bill to agree, and the Post-office Appropriation bill -was considered in Committee of the Whole. , The credentials of Senator Coke (Texas) were presented In the Senate on t...

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. — 21 February 1889

S3E BlRIEl COUOT DUtME XT, C C70ZS, Editor ana Troprlrtcs. titKEAT BEND. - HAHOIS THE BOY NEXT DOOR. Ten that brought to mtnd the savage - In bis wsr-paiat ftU alert 1 Jiaida that oft recalled the ravage Of some border-land expert I Hangings on to trees and fences. In his effort to explore; Startling to a body's senses Was the little boy next door 1 If a window pane was shattered, Or a missile cleaved theAlr; If the street's repose was scattered Heads out peeping; everywhere . .Little need for explanation, ' All had happened oft before; Mite of terror and vexation ' Was that little boy next door t Cats and dogs, by intuition, Knew of his approach, and fled; Jaunty was the hat's position ' " On his roguish, curly head, As with bearing independent He would bound the crossings o'er; With good nature all resplendent Was the little boy next door. Brave, chivalric and respectful To the old who came his way, -With a sympathy regretful Toward each beggar, day by day; How the wild and tame w...

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. — 21 February 1889

THE DURTOH COUilTY DEMOCRAT. official courrrv PAFun, OF DAHTCrj COU3TY. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, Editor- glxacL 0PxX3rlfcr Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. ' i ' . PERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year.... Six months. Three months . aWAll adTertlaementa or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, mutt be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. It is said the eloquence of some of our state legislators would arouse a brass monkey and make weep with pain.' . . Thk only flies on Barton county now are "the snow flies." In a month or less we will anounce the "plowboys shoe flies." Twelve of the county superintend ents of Kansas are women. Four years ago there were but eight, and eleven years ago none. The anarchists are becoming more and more noisy and unruly in Chicago, and we may look for another out-break among them before long. It is difficult to tell just which...

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. — 21 February 1889

THE BURTON CMDTJJEUOCBM. ' WILL E. STOKE, " lEditor- and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Mock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NEWS. I met a girl of the-. I gently took her SV 1 hough t I'd pop the ? But I didn't have the Jt. "Deestrict Skule" at the opera bouse, next Monday. Ladies can find fashion deliniators at Harper's book store. It was only ' 10 degrees below nothing at 7 a. m. Monday. " The revival meetings at the M. E. church closed last Sunday evening. Charley Dodge captured the second sack of flour in Keeney's free distribu tion. About six inches of snow is the amount reported in the north part of the county. Everybody who could' rig up a sleigh got out and took a slide the first of the week. Died, on the 18th. at his home about seven miles west of Great Bend. J. K. Boshell. Miss Nellie McCoy came down from Garden City the first of the week to attend the mask ball. Mr. C. E. Sowle has sold his farm property south of the river and will give possession the first of March This part o...

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. — 21 February 1889

H! .: WHAT, MAKES , AMAflCHlSTS.. I SThavFrulv Which' Is Gathered 'tramfthe . t Upas Tree 9l Monopoly. : - .., .The tremendous 'discontents.- men . cubes and. dangers of . the : present time '. are 'tlie' natural .issue of an erroneous, iinjust and pppisiTe enomicid sys "tean. The monopoly tariff , and p vei taxation are at tile bottom of all the vils that threatenliU, f M i ; " - ' " : . We have anarchy force, as preached 'Jj .puhyagitatorsWlio live upon the contributions ' of complaining wage earners. Cra the other side,- we have the protected' manufacture of anarchy privilege compounded on privilege bfiuntles' and'm oriopoly piling' up' the" wealth of the whole people and, resign ing that wealth into fewer, and fewer, 'greedier, and greedier tiahdsl $ h j ,. i We have anarchy more , hideous than vice,the monster." .He "who' goes' out to parley with it is contaminated. He who seeks to excuse it is lost But anarchy is the fruit which is gathered lrom the :upas tree of t monopoly. '...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 21 February 1889

; KANSAS INDTJSTEIES The Manufacture of Bait. - Sugar and 8orc;nnm Sugar Cane and the . Proper Method of Growing: It The Marvel- -oos Development of Kansas Salt fields. . In the Sixth biennial report of the Kan sas State Board of Agriculture Prof. Cow gill furnishes an exhaustive article on the manufacture of sugar from sorghum cane, and the method of growing the cane, and Prof. Hay contributes a paper on the dis covery and manufacture of salt in Kansas. From advance sheets furnished by Sec retary Mohler the following interesting extracts are taken: j Sorghum Sugar Cane. The sorghum eane is the plant which seems best adapted to the soil, climate and length of season of Kansas, and it may be added, to the mode of planting and cultivating is almost iden tical with that of Indian corn. The light soils of our uplands and the sandy soils of many of our river bottoms are suitable for the produc tion of sorghnm containing a large percentage of sugar. The plant, by virtue of it sending its ...

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. — 21 February 1889

thf RiftTati rniiufv nninrniT. 1Mb Willi I W II lWWII II WblllWVIIII I I WILL E. STOKE, V Editor Etzicl Proprietor, . (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, ': KANSAS ATTORNEYS. C V. I1FFENBACHEB, P.A.BASTA. ' DIFFEHBiC&B I 8AHTA, Attorneys at Law . Otti c in Allen-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. TIIKO. C. COLE. ELBICK.C. COLE . County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Court House. . r Counsel in Gernian by Theo. C. Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Attorney at Law , and Nolary Public. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, - - KAS. J. H. JENNISON, jB.ttoroejf-at-IaTO Quick Farm Loans at Dow Rates Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. ROOMS, MOSES BROS. BLOCK D. J. NEWTON, ATTORNEY AT 3LjAW NOTARY PUBLIC. lUom 4 Moses Brcs. Block. PHYSICIANS. A. Y. McCormick. M. D. V. L. Chester, M. D. Mccormick & Chester, Physicians and Gurgoons. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. Da Fayette Park. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. SHAW & XJOTTFOOGT, PHYSICIANS AHD SURG...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 28 February 1889

VOLUME V. . . GREAT BENP, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1889.' ' NUMBER 48., v : 1 si 9 Is . PENOIL AND 8HEABS. At tub election to locate the county seat of Kearney county, held on the 19tb, Hartland Won by a plurality of 66 votes. Sixty-five girls are learning to sew, and thirty-five are learning to -cook at the state agricultural college at Man hattan. Marriage must and shall not prove a failure in Kansas. Grbat Bexd has been doing her full proportion of business this winter, and though it was not "rushing" in all cases, still our merchants have just cause to say that it has been better than they expected. The note swindler is abroad again selling a patent burner, said to be made by llall & Co., of Kansas City. Over $2,600 has been gathered in by this racket near Oswego. : Look out for him. Dodge Times. The Texas Sif tings portrays in this wise: "Applications for office are pouring in upon General Harrison in such quantities that he begins to thiuk he has been elected superin...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 28 February 1889

i-4 SHE, BABTOg CODBII., PEJOCBAT; TJS CTOXI3, EiUtpr and Propria to. ORE AT BEND. - r , . KANSAS THE WORLD AT LABGE. Summary , of the . Daily News. ?4. . COKGKESSIOKAX. Ik the Senate on the 16th the , bill to place Major James Belger on the retired list as Colonel passed. The conference report on the Direct Tax bill. was. presented-and agreed to, And the rest of the session was occupied by Senator Coke in addressing the Senate on the resolution on the Washington County (Tex.) election.... In the House the conference report on the Diplomatic bill was submitted end agreed to. Two bills to re- duced taxation were reported from the Ways r and Means Committee. Mr. Randall reported law- (abolishing the tobacco tax), and Mr. . Forney (Ala.) reported a minority substitute. The Post-office Appropriation bill was then considered until adjournment.' . , The Senate on the 18th, after sending a request to the House to return the Direct Tax? bill, took up Senator Palmer's concurrent reso- . luti...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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