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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 March 1887

t i BARTOH COUHTY DEMOCRAT crnciAL mn of baetoh eousir- GREAT BEND, KAS A. T. Gk 6. F. Time Table. On and after Jxnuarj- 9th, 1387, trains leare Great send as lolistws. Tlx : OOINO EAST N. 2, Atlantic express 4.59 a. m No. 4, Eastern Express 4.60 p. m No. 6. New York Express. 6.32 a. la No. 16, way freight ... 1.56 p. m, noma west. o No. 1, California and New Mexico Ex 10.24 p. m No. 3, Colorado and Utah Express. io.ua a. iu. No. 5. Denrer Express. 9.2 p. m. No. 15 way freight 9.95 a. m QUE. AT BIKD WAT rBEIIIT. ArriTea from oont 12.15 p. m Departs for eaxt 2.30 p. m. W. V. A C OREAT BEND EXTENSION, OXPARTS. No. 56JL nsssracrpr 11.15 a. m. daiiv except Sunday No. 665, freight 6.80 p. m. Monday, Wed. A. Friday ARRIVES No. 664, passenger 4.30 p. m, daily except Sunday. 2. Stio, lreighl-93U a. m. iuedaay, xnur. auu oai GREAT BEND POSTOFFICE HOURS. On and after November 1, 1880. SUNDAY ,10 a. m. to 1 p. iu. WEE DAYS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. MONEY ORDER, 8 a. m. to 5 p. in. -REGISTER BUSINESS...

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. — 10 March 1887

SHE BABTDH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. FUBUSKED BY DEMOCRAT PR1HT1KS CO, OtWtT LAWOFORO, Editor. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of - ttte Daily News. - COJiGKKSSIOXAL. Its the Senate on the 26th the credentials 4f Mr. Reagan, Senator from Texas, and Mr. Bate, Senator front Tennessee, were presented and placed on file. The Senate still insisted on its subsidy amendment to the Post-offlce Appropriation bill. The . consideration of the Consular and Diplomatic bill ,was resumed and after some debate the bill passed. The Agricultural bill was then passed. Mr. Plumb, from the conference com mittee on the House bill to restrict ownership of real estate in the Territories to American citizens, made a report, which was agreed to. Mr. Ingalls was sworn in as Presi dent of the Senate, and ft vote or thanks tendered Senator Sherman, who retired. The bill appropriating $30,000 to erect a monument to the memory of the mother of Washington at Fredericksburg, Va., passed. The conference r...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 March 1887

"TEE BARTON COUNTY DEHDCBAT PUBLISHED BY CEUOCRAT PR1HT1MB CO. DEWEY LANCFOWP, Editor. GBEAT BEND. -'- - KANSAS. THE SEEKING. By ways of dreaming and doing, Man seeks the bourne of tbe blest; Youth yearns for tbe Fortunate Islands, Age pines for lira haven of rest. And we say to ourselves : "Oh, surely, Beneath some bluer skies. Jus t over our bleak horizon. The land of our longing lies I Each seeks some favored pathway, Secure to him alone ; :But every pathway thither With broken hearts Is strown. "The Giver of Sleep breathed also. Into our clay, the breath .And fire of unrest, to save us From indolent life in death. -Fair is the opening rose-bud, S And fair the full-blown rose; .And sweet, after rest, la action. And, after action, repose. .'But indolence, like the cow-bird. That's hatched In an alien nest, Crowds outhe native virtues. And soon usurps the breast. Better the endless endeavor. The strong deed rushing on, .And happiness that, ere we know her And name her, smiles and i...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 March 1887

J. ,. - . .- - , lit:' -. 4- BARTON' GOnN'f Y DEMOCRAT. I a death blow to'this peculiar industrial DBWEYLANGPORD Editor. FFICK II WILLIE BLCtl. GREAT. BEND, KANSAS. The cables which suspend the rail way suspension bridge at Niagari Falls have been transferred from stone tow ers to steel ones. A observer must stand 6,667. feet above the level of the sea to discern a vessel 100 miles distant, and 16,666 when it is distant 200 miles, , t . r.-t ' ), I, The French chamber of 'deputies a gain has voted to sell the crown dia monds. Every once in a while such a vote Is, taken, but thediammds nev er are sold. "f " 'r-''. Qne-thira bfi'he population of Phil adelphia hold membership in her 637 churches, and about one-fourth the population attend divine.service on Sunday. It is stated that Italy has declared its seventeen universities open to wo men . Switzerland , Nor way ,- Sweden , and Denmark, have taken similar ac tion. ; The highest spot inhabited by hu man beings is said to be the Buddh...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 March 1887

ATI UUJT VOLUME II. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1887. NUMBER 50. TRY AT N 2 V Growth of our Cities. j The New York World almanac con. tains a statement of the present popu-1 ! '..I f . . jauon oi ine principal cities i me Union, as estimated in each base by the mayor or some otner oracer of the - municipal govern men, being guided in . many cases by recent censuses. New York, with 1,400,000, and Phila delphia, with 1,000,000, hold first and second places undisputed. Brook lyn, claiming, 710,000, and Chicago 703,000, staud next- in order, and it is evident that the former will give way when the next faderal census is taken in 1890. Baltimore claims fifth pjace with 460,000, Si. Loui " next vwithj 450,000 and Boston seventh '' with0 400,000. In 1880 in these cities the order was reversed. Cincinnati and San Fiancisco each claim 300,000, the latter gaining on the former. New Orleans ranks next, with 240, 000, but Buffalo, claiming 225,000, has passed Cleveland and Pittsburg...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 March 1887

TEE TEMPERANCE JiAW.l 32ie Temperance Bill Passed by the Legislature. The following' is the full text of the new ; temperance bill passed by the Legislature: JJ it enacted by the Legislature of the Stale of Kaunas: Section 1. That section of chapter 128 of the laws of 1681, as amended by section 1 of chapter 149 of the laws of 1885. be -amended so as to read as follows: Sections. It -shall be unlawful for any person or persons to ell, or barter, for medical, scientific or mechan ical purposes, any malt, vinous, splritons fer mented or other intoxicating1 liquors, without first having procured a druggist permit therefor from the probate judge of the county 'wherein such druggist may be doing business at the time; and such probate judge is hereby au thorized, in" his discretion, to grant a druggist -permit for the period of one year, to "any person of good moral character who Is a registered -pharmacist under the law of this State, and lawfully and in good faith engaged in the bus! Be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 March 1887

BEECHER DEAD. Tho Great Divino Called Up "Higher. New York, March 7. Rev. Henry Ward Beecber was attacked with paralysis last Friday morning. In the evening his symp toms became serious. Drs. Hammond and Bearle were In attendance, both of whom gave but few hopes- of the eminent divine's recovery. Saturday te was not improved. Yesterday the condition of Mr. Beecher vas not materially changed, Dead. New York, March 8. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher died at 9 :30 this morning in the presence of most cf hts family. Those present were Colonel H. B. Beecher, his wife, daughters Hattie and Daisy, and son Henry Ward Beecher; Miss Edith Beecher, W. B. Beecher and wife, Rev. Samuel Soo ville, Mrs. S. Scoville, daughter of Rev. Henry Ward Beecher; Miss Scoville, who Re. IT. W. Beecher. tias just returned from the Pacific slope; Miss Bullard; Rev. S. B. . HalUday and wife; Bella, the Scotch nurse, and several other fronds. Dr. Searle noticed a change in his pa tient's condition at 3:30 a. m. and summo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 March 1887

IBARTOH COUHTY DEMOCRAT i . small paper o? butoi county. GREAT BEND, KAS Regular meeting of W. It. C. Friday evening, March 18th. at Odd Fellows hail. . An election will be held for Treasurer, Vice and Chaplain. Mem ber all will please be present. Mrs. Baldwin, President. The Flint familr are giving an evening concert at the principal points in ine county. xi. is caiiea . --in Evening of Song," and is highly spoken of bv all who have heard it A striking feature of their ierforniacce is a part perfor ned by a little boy nu Jy six year 8 oi age. lie is a splendid oanjoist and it is well worth ones time to go and hear them. From a number of farmers we saw in town yesterday, we learn that the wheat prospects are far letter now tlian it was thought possible for them to be during the season. Farmers feel much encouraged, and say if the weather con tinues to be favorable we shall make an excellent showing this year, though we can hardly expect it to equal last year, Our readers need not Ie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 March 1887

'GASTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W A MM LANQFORD Sc STOKE, Editor and Proprietor-. OFFICE IN OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS. JLX. LOCAL NEWS. James Clayton's son, Herbert, is quite sick. Rufus Bell and wife carae Jn last night from Kansas City. Mr. Caro, of the St. Louis store, is in the east buying goods. - , The oldest son of Will Hays is very sick with a low fever. We noticed A. 13. Deupree, the Ellin- wood banker, in the metropolis yester day. , Frank Patterson entaup to buy Hoisington yesterday. Have not heard results. C. II. Lebold, the large real estate man and banker, of Abilene, is in town, the guest of J. V. Brinkman. II. W. Vowel was offered $7,000 for his property on Main street, the Ohio House, the other day, but refused it. Dry Goods, Clothing, Boot and Shoe 'House of Q-reat Bend. Has received the largest Spring stock of . Morrison Bros, have done excellent work on the stone pavement around the opera block. It will be completed in a few days. We must have waterworks, th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 March 1887

3 THE BARTON COUKTY DEMOCRAT. FVBUSnED BY LANGFORO A 8TOEE. DEWEY LANCFORD, Editor. GREAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally News. WASHINGTON NOTES. Associate Justice Abthcb Mc Arthur, of the Supreme Ckurt of the District of - Columbia, has resigned. He has been on the bd&ch for seventeen rears. Judge Jackson, of the United States cir cuit court, has dissolved the injunction ob-' tained by the Baltimore & Ohio Express Company against the Ohio & Mississippi railway. A ciftcnLAB has been issued from the . Treasury Department, directing the re - demption of. trade dollars at all sub-treasuries as promptly as facilities will permit. Commission EH Sparks is incredulous as to the claim of a New York syndicate to an immense acreage in Arizona, New Mexico. and Colorado. He warns persons against paying out money for quit-claim deeds. The United States Supreme Court has declared drummer taxes illegal. Senatob Midoxk in a recent interview declared that b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 March 1887

THE BARTON CODMIY DEMOCRAT. TVOLISHED BY LANGFORD & STOKE. DEWEY LANCFORO, Editor. GREAT BEND, -' - - - KANSAS. YELLOW JACK. This ballad ia founded on the true story of Ike introduction of yellow fever into an English, seaport town, aa told in the Pall Mall OazttU. A snip, all of whose crew had died of yellow fever, steered straight into port, bearing its dead and thus communicated the fever to a large proportion of the inhabitants of the town. Down below the sea-line dipt the summer sun. Gladly earth and ocean saw the tyrant die; "From the fort atvve the harbor boomed the evening gun. And the gulls ro;e screaming from the cliff on .high.- . . i Tier, parade and terrace flamed with colors gay. Every ship in harbor with festal flags was drest, .Tor th- orowded seaport town kept holiday. And - as fain- to look her merriest and her best. 35very eye went seaward as the cannon spoke ; The echoes waked and answered and fell asleep once more ; And sudden past the headland, thro' the cl...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 March 1887

BABTOH CODHTY DEMOCRAT. ITiAKOFORD & STOKE, j v Editors and Proprietor. OFFICE IN OFEUA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, HEUE AND THERE. The Lawrence Journal rajs there were three B's iu the state eenate.busy onea Barker, Blue and Buchan. But there wan another B in the senate, the biggest, busiest B of all the bunch his name was Boodle. Lawrence Gazette. tVill be on hand. Gentleman "I am sorry, Uncle Rastus, that I can't do any thing for you this morninjr, but charity, you know, begins at home." Uncle Rastus "All right, Mr. Snif all right, sah. I'll call round at your house 'bout seven dis ebenin', sah." Harper1 Bazar. The latest news from Wichita county is that all the parties implica ted in the recent killing have been arrested, and everything is 'settleing down to quietude. Of course it may break out afresh, but it is to be hoped that better counsel will prevail on either side. Fifty years ago over 13 percent of the working people were compelled to toil from thirteen to fourt...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 March 1887

It. 1 VOLUME II. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1887.- NUMBER 51. GOOTTf BEMOCEAT. v. - i Tell us, ye winged winds, that round . our pathway roar, Is there no spot where dust and sand are known no more? On the 18th instant Captain James B. Bads was buried at St Louis. In his death America loses her most dis tinguished civil engineer. Having conquered the spirit of the "pi box" and brought order out of chaos, the Graphic force again comes up smiling and will never let up 'till the boom freezes over. Have you noticed the new street lamps around the Opera Block? and the handsome stone pavement? They are the result of enterprise, energy and enthuiasm. Give us some more out of the same bottle. The Great Bend Dally Graphic, Vol. 1, No. 1, of which was published Monday, is the latest thing from the west. It is by Langford & Stoke, is abjy edited and deserves success. Hutchinson News. The Pawnee Rock Leader says that the higher street lamps at Lamed can be plainly seen from the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 March 1887

THE BARTON COUHTT DEMOCRAT. . , . PUBLISHED BY LANGFOBD STOKE, DEWEY LANCFOWP, Editor. GREAT BEND, ... - KAUNAS.. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally ITews. TVASHISGTON NOTES. President Cleveland has sent a substan tial contribution to the Hendricks Monu- ' anent Association. Public Printer Benedict has discharged iorty-three employes of the Government printing office, including thirty-three com positors, proof-readers and copy-holders. and five book-binders and five girl assist ants. The reason assigned for the dis missals was that reduction of expense was necessary. , General Miles has received a telegram announcing the death of Lieutenant Mott, Tenth cavalry, at Ban Carlos reservation. Arizona, where he had been assisting Cap tain Fierce, the agent, in the division of lands. Mott was stabbed to death by a young Apache chief who escaped. D. Lynch Pringle, of South Carolina, lias been sent as Consul General to Con stantinople. -Lieutenant J. S. Powell, of the Signal Corps, die...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 March 1887

THE BARTOH COUNIT DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED 1ST LANQFOBO 8TOK.K. DEWEY L.ANCFORD, Editor. - CHEAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS. EASTER. My tweet little neighbor Bessie I thought was busy with play. When die turned, and brightly questioned; .''Say, what ia ihe Boater Dayr "Hm nobody told you. darling Do they 'Feed His Lanrts like thlar" X gathered hor to my bosom. And gave her a tender kiss. .Away went the cloak for dolly. And away went dolly, too, j&s agaiu she eagerly Questioned, . With eyes so earnest and blue : "Is it like birthdays or Christmas Or like Thanksgiving Day; Do we Just be good like Sunday, Or run and frolic and play? know there's flowers to it, C I And that Is most all I know; "I've got a lovely rosebush. And a bud begins to grow.1 Then in words' most few and simple I told to the gentle child "The story whose end is Easter . The Life of the Undertlled. "Told of the manger of Bethlehem, And about the glittering star "That guided the feet of the shepherd Watching their flocks fr...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 March 1887

BARTON .COUH?YMUOCafc iticial PA?sa g? uupr mtt GREAT BENI, gMS The republican pres3 of tlie country is "Vainly trying to show, thai tbvre is a. break between president Cler2as d and the democratic party". If every prominent democrat who 1 opposed a single thing advocated by the present to Cleveland, etill the nuruher would hardly exceed a baker's doses. But to make such an estimate at thi, would, as evervon knows, be xored- ingly unfair. Take for instance Sena tor vC Kentucky, who a year ago last winter made a vigorous at tack on the policy of the a (i ministra tion on .the silver question. But to day the administration hasno stronger champion than jit nut or Bed cu all questions of settled policy adopted by tha and .followed by the admin istratiou. 80 with tile other haldoxeu prominent democrats who are quoted by the republicans a opposed to President Cleveland, ft will be found that the difference is o some question to at has not vet been settled by the party ip national conventi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 March 1887

BAM::CQOHTY DEMOCRAT. ; p LANQPORD & STOKE, Editors and Proprietor. OFFICE IN OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. -GREAT-BEND, KANSAS . local News "We'learn the Morrison Bros, have bought the D. N. Heizer residence, on east eide, the consideration being $3,000. - ' MMs Lizzie Walker finished a five 'months' school in District 62, Wheat land township, last week and has re turned home. The arrivals at the Valley House Saturday numbered 28; Sunday, 21. Eack'of room forbids us giving a list of the names. - Will Hays has sold -his residence 9 property on "the west side to a gen tleman frdm'Towa, who will occupy it shortly. ' ;J.:S. Wright, and F..P. Cline. of -. 1 1 ant call to-day. They report crop prospects good in their neighborhood. George JMtchell returned from a visit to St, John yesterday. He re ports everything in that vicinity booming. - The wheat on the south side is looking finely. v j. r .. i 1. streets, little parties of wire-pullers gathering in the offices, and even the handsome f)liet...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 March 1887

OF THE LEGISLATURE. TESbT Uwi Knacted byatbe Late Kansas legislature. Below we give a list of laws passed at 13te session of 1887 and the date of approval : I4kiru appropriation for the legislative de !nrUOents. enrolling clerks, committee olerks, general expenses incidental to the general ses sion of the Legislature of 1&S7. Approved Jan uary za. To provide for the registration of electors at Jectkms for the election ot county seats and supplemental to chapter 69 of the laws of 1851. Jiyprovecl February 4. Conferring upon women the light to vote at 4c$ty elections' and to hold certain offices. Ap proved February 15." ' Relating to the extension and construction of continuous and connected lines of railroad and Qaroviding fcr the purchase or lease of railroad property, and the purchase and guaranty of rail road securities in certain cases. Approved Feb- jnesryll. vr Uuiimeton to transfer certain moneys irom the sinking fund to the genoral fund. Approved broaryl5. Authorizing the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 March 1887

ANOTHEB CALAMlTf . lToarfulreck on a Maesocluigetts Railroad. . I A Fassenjrer Train Com Through Bifte -lninyrerionii Kiueo ana as Aiate! More Seriously Injured Par Hal List of the Victim. Bostox, March 14. A heavily-loaded pas-; material is reguiariy eameu u uj eager train on the BosCon ft Providence -ioua SStSgSSSSS! railroad met with a terrible accident about deposits that caus-e all sorts of chronio or seven o'clock this morning between Roslyn- Manic diseases. It would seem, therefore, ttit curred on the Dedbam branch or QO the stomach and kidneys are kept in health Boston & Providence railroad, at what is fu condition, there vill be deaths frooa known as Buesey Park bridge. The seven rheumatism. vwv t.,n nh, ntin., General Logaa was well aware that bH laie- Ded ham, consisting seven cars and" a baggage car under charge of Conductor Tilden, broke through Jtoo bridge. The engine and threo cars went over safely, but five others fell through the bridge to the road beneath, a di...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 March 1887

BABTOH COUHTY DEMOCRAT. LANGPORD & STOKE, Editors and Proprietor. OFFICE IN OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS LOCAL NEWS Huiry up with your' water works. We want a water moter to furnish power for our machinery. 'Mr. "Vincent has rented the Cen tral hotel and is now ready to feed the multitude. David F. Armstrong starts for Sterling this evening, which place he will make his home for some tim& The nurserymen are beginning to Blip in trees and shrubery ordered last fall. The city is bound to blossom like a rose. "Pull out the old; pile up the new." Chas. F. Culver has pulled out the building on the Fair corner and is now located one block west of the old stand. C. W. Wood, an experienced painter, formerly of Pennsylvania, ar rived in our town last week and is now in partnership with John Zoeller, ope of our well-known painters. I ' Dr. Shaw's wife, accompanied by her sister, arrived in town last Sun day on the 11 o'clock train. The Doctor is now supremely happy and hardly...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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