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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 June 1889

THE BAB 103 COUNTY DEMOCRAT. "r. 8. 8TOX2, Editor ft -Proprietor. KANSAS. - FREEDOM OF THOUGHT. Tho Prorlneo of Thlnklnr Is to Discover . ( Truth and to Reject Error. ! Though tyranny finds many ways to enslave man, it can have no direct 4 power over his thoughts. His actions uujr ua rvs n iixueu, nut ueetu may io mrmvon ma nniw maw na Knmnsji nia - life itself may be taken away, but his thoughts no one can interfere with. They remain his own, and, except with liia will, no one can even guess what they are. But does this absence of direct power insure true freedom of thought? It may at first sight seem to do so, but a deeper insight into the nature of thought will show that it is itself subject to many in fluences and conditions. Associa tions, circumstances, education, climate, race, occupation, hopes, fears, emotions all exert an indirect but powerful pressure upon thought; so powerful that if in one sense it is always free, in another sense it is always controled. If no one else ...

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 June 1889

THE BARTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. - W. E. STOXX, IMltor ft Proprietor. GREAT BEND, KANSAS NO-WHEN AND NO-WHERE. f It happened so that I felt inclined, r. -And nobody hindered me of my mind, . ShaU I tell you what I would do, my dear? . J would find some lost, forgotten old Year -Some dull old Year, aU dead and dry, . , , "With nothing in "t to remember it by; '-Some Year uncalendared, lost to fame, "That nobody lived in to giro it a name, 'That went unrecorded from green to sere, -And never knew that it was a Year; -And out of that Year I would take a Day, -Not too rosy and not too gray Some Day when Fate, aweary of doom. Fell fast asleep by the side of her loom, .And left it a mere tarnished circle of sun, "Without a chance ia it to trip upon; . .And on -vat Day of a dateless Year, I should not hate you, nor hold you dear, ?I should go on a Journey and none should know where, (Kb one should ask, and no one should care. I would find some ship that had lam alone, Tiong becalmed In a Sea un...

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. — 6 June 1889

THE BIRTOH CBUHTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E.TOKE, ' ; Editor cltl til Proprietor, (Office far- Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TEKM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One yew Bix months X Three months... ....... - S0 Entered m second class matter at the Great Bend 'Ksnmifj postoffice. mwAU advertisement or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. We arise to request that "Daisy" write to us again. As habvest time approaches the eyes of the country are turned ex pectantly on Kansas. She will not disappoint those who have faith in her. The second great flood, wherejn thousands of - lives were swept into eternity in an hour, will make the year 1889 one of the most prominent in the history of our country. The sugar trust has raised the price of sugar. The whisky trust has cut down the price of whisky. If the devil hasn't a hand in manipulating trasts, who in h who else in the republican party has? . A Ly...

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. — 6 June 1889

ESTABLISHED 1872. A.8.ALLBNf Pharmacist, Drugs, Paints, Glass, Books, Stationery and :- CORNER -LOTS. -: LOCAL NEWS. Meeting of K. of P. lodge to-night Great Bend is to have a circus soon. Corn and Feed, at Culver's Eleva tor. 37tf The '-dove cote" will soon be ready for occupancy. John Loomiller and Win. Gagle man were callers, Tuesday. Ladies should call at Mrs. H. D. Hahn'g for new millinery. For health and happiness, come to sunny and showery Kansas. Wonderful heads of grain are now on exhibition on the streets daily. The father of Elrick C. and Don Cole, died at his home in Wis., Sun day night. C. Q. Newcorab has removed hia office into the council rooms, over the St. Louis store. L. B. Coss was marketing old wheat Wednesday, getting 68 cents per bushel for it. It is understood the State B. JR. Commissioners will visit Great Bend about the 15th inst. Attend the commencement exercises at the Central Normal College, this and to.' morrow evenings. Millinery and dress making every ...

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. — 6 June 1889

. .. - TOLD BY THE WAVES." : ri wa a child, but the aea was old. Gray and old was the roaring sea. When first his mighty waters rolled At my restless feet and sang to me; ' I was a child, but the washing waves In their wailing grief or their fitful play, -Called my name in the hollow caves, And told me stories of yesterday. Of a strange old time, I know not when, - Of a distant land, X know not where Of a Home beyond the thoughts of men. And beyond the reach of my fondest prayr. I was a child, but the gray old sea Told of a time that was long of yore ' Told of a past Eternity -v - ? Uke the great infinity before. . long have I trodden his beaches bare. Gathered his sea-weeds brown and wild, Scattered his spray from my waving hair As though I were still a little child. But now no more does the ocean tell His mystic tales of the Past to" me, Tor I hear in his ceaseless surge and swell The call of a far Futurity. Arthur I Salmon, in Once a Week. THE CLERK'S LEGACY. It Is Inconvenient t...

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. — 6 June 1889

4- p. p. ) r t l - FREE RAW MATERIALS. Effect, of a Tariff Manipulated by Cheap John Politician. The protectionist propagandists are seeking- to woo the States of the South into the ranks of the Republican party bv cunningly pressing the idea that protection will make them great and -prosperous manufacturing centers. The number of manufactories is in creasing fast in the Southern States, and evidence is not wanting that some of the manufacturers there have been impressed by the appeals made to these alleged interests. A more care lul consideration of the subject will convince the Southern manufacturers that there is nothing to be gained by giving their adherence to the short sighted tariff policy of the Republican party. The iron interests of Alabama have never had any thing to fear from for eign competition- The problem with them at the beginning was to be able to compete with the older establish ments of Pennsylvania- They have demonstrated their ability to do this, and demonstrat...

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 June 1889

THE BART6H COUNTY DEMQCRIX, WILL E. STOKE, ... ' Editor Ekna Proprietor, , (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : r KANSAS BUSINESS CARDS. -ATTORNEYS. EL F. MFFENBACHEB, D. A. BAHTA SIFFEHSiCESa & B1BTA, ilttorncj7-J at Lan ' Oflot in Allen-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. THEO. C COLE. " ELRICK.C. COX.B County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, 'ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Court House. WCounsel in German by Theo. C Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Itiorney at Law and Nolary Public. v Office over Moss' Grocery Store, , GREAT BEND, - - KAS. J. H. JENNISON, Attorney-at-Iira, Quick Farm Loans at Low Bates ' Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. ROOM 3, MOSES BROS. BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, NOTARY PUBLIC. Bfom 4 Moses Brcs. Block. PHYSICIANS. A. T. McCormicKj iPhysician - and - Surgeon. i Office over Dodge's Hardware store, kiorthwest cor. La Fayette Park. ! GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. U SHAW k . JL-IGHTFOOO:, PHYSICIANS m SURGEONS, OFFICE, ROOMS 2 AND 3, Moses Bros. Block . HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. JOSEPH TROILL...

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. — 6 June 1889

rmai ac vjreat JBend. tin. . -LaCrosse J C. Elston and Mi, Ji-ea with Christian, fortitude. She wu I WAU'XHR A WOOD'S and OSMOSE'S SUPPIjB ME NT. THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1889. LOCAL NETF8. Put wt the seal-skin gat uients. Lay aside tl mcakey skin: tore the peltry of the varmints, Where the moths cannot get in. Doff the garb of winter weather And the lighter clothing don: . Get the window screens together Summer days are coming on. The brass mounted book agents will noon be abroad in the land. The 4th of J ul y is coming on. What are yon going to do ahout it? , E. P. Gage, of Verbeck, lost three valuable mares last week. See his notice elsewhere. Our supplement this week contains some prices made by the St Louis tere. .Read carefully. If yon are thinking of - taking the Democrat commence it now and start with the new serial story. As warm weather approaches grass widowers flourish. A" number of ladies of this city have gone east on a visit. Jim Duncan had a sister and Ezra Davis an aunt li...

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. — 6 June 1889

3rm ilsei vhoat in ith i ' Jtanc tnit ..i toe infidels from the I Tnefe is jo) TO 6 j Pot Bill ST Sales have been the feature of Great Bend for many a day; but the only GEIIDI1IE SELLING OUT AT COST Sale is Hoc Taking Place at the . LOUIS STORE. And will continue KIILY SDXlFY AYS? v Th oi th6 matter is ur stock is larSe and well assorted. This must be reduced before Fall, and to accomplish this we intend to make prices which will compel the public to our chase. This is to be a BOUT A FIDE COST SALE. Everything in our im mense stock included, and if you want to save from 2Q to SO o come and see us. We wish Sieod that We do n0t intend to leave Great Bend, for this great sale will only continue SI.ZL'JL" If DilTTS, when former prices will be restored. BELOW YOU WILL FIND A FEW OF OUR PRICES: 22-cent Satines, 32-in. widei wU sell at . 18 cents 15 -cent Satines; 32-in. wide, will Bell at 1 1 cents 10 cent Satines 28-in. wide, will sell at - 8 cents 15-cent Chambray? will sell at - - - 11...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 June 1889

BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT.- -4 - - - - : ; ' , , ." " OFFICIAL PAPER OP BARTON COUNTY. " , . VOLUME VI. . . . GKEAT BEND, KASASTHIJRSDAY, JUNE 13, 1889. ; NUMBER 11. s ! i". I lii THE 1V0ELD AT LABGE. sSuminaxy of "the Daily News TTASHDiGTOX JfOTM. Tax President has made the following appointments? Charles Price, of South -Carolina, to be United States Attorney for the Western district of North Carolina: H. iC Xiles. of Mississippi, to be United States -Attorney for the Northern district of Mis--sissippi; John Yiznaux, of Louisiana, to " be United State Marshal of the Western district of Louisiana. Acting Laxs CosuassioanB Stoux pro sposes to abolish the board of review and the contest division in the General Land--offices as soon as possible. The Solicitor of the Treasury has de--cided that under the Alien Contract Labor iaw foreign professors can not be permit' ted to take positions in American institu tions. The case came up on the question -vrfaeth-r the Roman Catholic University a...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 June 1889

TEE DAnTO.'J COPriTY DELIOCRAT. . WOP, dlte yprfrtar. GREAT BEND, - . - - KANSAS x OUR BABY KING- Behold oar btnt rww.M .- w. eei on his high-chair throne he sits In state mmw 1. Hi 11 --...wi wj tum mnjecH ever loyal Who lovingly open his pleasure wait. Although his scepter only Is a rattle. His crown of glory bat his golden hair, la his defense we to the death woald battle, And for his Joy no trouble ever spare. fVhile other kings, so called, may rule anaUoa, are irpm pomp ana power hurled. Our household king. In homes of his creation. Uvea undisputed ruler of the world. , . - All other kings musthnmbly bow before him, And yield at ansa to hia dannti Ifcr when he smiles they helplessly adore him. wmb ae cries way hasten to obey. Bail to our king! The anrel hosts shore him - Are guarding him by nieht-time and by day. And heaping blessings Jut because they lore mm ' On us who for his welfare eyer pray. While other kingdoms are and must be bound- ed Our baby's kinsdom is witheut an e...

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 June 1889

THE BARTOIi COUIITYJ1EMOCRAT. ' W. E. STOKE, Editor -ftroprieto. GREAT BEND. - - - KANSAS. A MOMENT OF ANGEB; The History 1 of Mr. and 'lira Brownlowa QuarreL BT BOBXBT HOTJC CHAPTER ' 1 : N their return from the theater the servT ants of Mr. and Mrs. Brownlow saw with the greatest aston ishment that neither of them was at home. Habitually, when their master and mis tress dined out, they returned towards eleven o'clock; On this particular even ing the lady's maid sat up waiting1 for ' ineir return, a 11 t y "h o'clock in the morn ing Mr. Brownlow returned .alone. The maid, astonished, asked for her mistress. "She will not come home," was the gruff answer. "You can gt to bed." The next morning the servants rose early to gossip over the event. They began to in quire into the facts. On the day before the lady's maid, who was. acquainted with a dramatic author, had received some tickets for the Star Theater. Knowing that the master and mistress were to dine out, she had asked for permis...

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 June 1889

THE BJtflTOa CCUSTY BtHOCBAT. WIJLEE. STOKE, Editor ELzxd IioprttOxf (Office in Open Block) ' GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TEEM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. Oneyx.. fl.80 Six month .75 Three months ; '30 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Ktnw, postofflce. All adTertisetnents or communications, to ob tain an insertion in tne ukmockat, most be nanaea In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the rery latest.- This ga-lo-rioua Fourth shall we celebrate it? "Public office is a public trust." lirover Cleveland, "Fubiic office is a ; family trust." Ben Harrison. Now watch the jealous eastern press hop onto Kansas for the lynching bee at the capitol city last week. Added to President Harrison's other small vices, is a female type-writer, the first ever engaged by a president of the United States. " Don't call your child a "perfect little iamb." Some day be may develop into a perfect mutton bead and edit a pro tection republican newspaper. Oklahoma has had her land boom, her t...

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. — 13 June 1889

LOCAL SEWS. - Batter and eggs wanted at Ewalt & Co's. That correspondent from Claflin baa not shown up yet. Ewalt & Co. keep the finest line of candies in town. , Travel will be light over the rail roads until after harvest. Ewalt & Co. keep the newest and best groceries in the market. Ladies should call at Mrs. H. D. Hahn's for new millinery. Go to Ewalt fc Co. for graham and oatmeal era ch era fancy cakes, etc. Court will probably adjourn Satur day until the first week in August. Ewalt & Co. sell canned goods cheaper than any house in the city. Pawnee Rock will have no cele bration on the 4th of July this year. The County Normal opened Monday with some seventy teachers in attend, ance. Ewalt & Co. give a rebate of 5 per cent, on all bills of $5 or over sold for cash. Two men named Horine were jugged Saturday night for being drunk and disorderly. . Get prices at Ewalt & Co's. before buying your harvest goods, they will save you money. Meetings by the Christi...

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. — 13 June 1889

,v, KIND WORDS. V - i O, keep not back kind words, I pray. From those who journey day by day -With us alon- life's rugged way. f - . - They come with help in time of need. And every one becomes a seed . That crows into a helpfal deed, Yon may not see, I may not know. ' The deeds to which onr kind words rtow; Bat they are never lost, I know. - . '--' f . t ; - Sometime and somewhere we shall find "' ' All kind wards gathered, as men bind V- The wheat, and leave no sheaf behind, - And from that storehouse of good deeds Grown from all kind words scattered seeds : we each shall draw to salt oar needs. . . They cost as littler eradire them not. . Bat scatter them la every spot, 1 4 ! ' And brighten with them many a lot. Kben E. exford, In N". T. Ledger. ' Aj FIGHT FOR .LIFE. Three Sailors Bepulse a 'Ttundre'd - Desperate Savages. Under Pretext of Frlendahin the . Blood. -thirsty Demons Get Alongside a Help- . 1 ' .' leas', Schooner Aid Prom an . Cnexpeeted "Qoarter.; ; ' Captain Thomas W...

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. — 13 June 1889

TOREIGW GOSSIP. , 4)n the fiouth Australian -railw encfneers wboran Iheir trains foritwo years without accident .receive pres ent of fifty fiollars. . .The efforts made to introduce Ho- rropean vegetables and tfrmits in ;the 'Congo States have been rewaraea wiin , very ereatnccesB. KangHroo leather ' has 'become o important an article of commerce that the Australians have set about pratect in" the animals' by - forbidding the slaughter ot it from the 1st of January to the 1st-ot May. Such .V thing as bringing a libel reuit against -a newspaper has not been known in (Italy for fiity years. .The belief is that a newspaper seeks to tell the truth. It it is mistaken, a' frank statement '.to that effect satisfies the Italian. The Paris .Figaro describes King Alphonso 2CIIL as the happiest and best-loved of all the rulers of : the " earth. He is said to be a very beauti- ful child, with a laughing face and fair hair falling down over his shoulders. We are all socialists at heart," the Pri...

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. — 13 June 1889

she BARTflj-ccam democrat; WILL E. STOKR, ' - ' ' (Office ia Opera Bock) QUE AT BEND, : KANSAS BUSINESS CARDS. ATTOKJTEYS. LV.OXFFZSTBACHEB, Xk.A.BAXX4 . ' . sirmsusn i saiia, Qt orncgro at liar? V OBw In Allen-Hubbard Block rooms t and 11 4CHEO.C.COLE. KLRICK.C. COLI t County Attorney COLE BROTHERS, Attorneys at. law ? fi $ -i " .- u ' 'i i i 3 v ' Office In Court House. STOounsel in German by Theo. C Cole.' : : Jj. RICHCREEK, : liitornei iat ? Law 5 aii d Molari i Public. " Office over Moss Grocery tore, GREAT BEND, - - KAS. f 7 J. H. JENNISON, -Quick Farm Loans at Low Bates . Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. . ' JBOOM 3, MOSES BROS. BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, 'JL&Jl fOEHSY Af I-iAW. JfOTARY PUBLIC. , B-om 4 Moses Bros. Block. W. B. BUNTING, Elert District Court Final Proofs Ma do. GREAT , BEND, KAN. physicians. r . 'A; Y. McCoemick, .Physician - and - Surgeon. Office over Dodge's Hardware Btore, northwest cor. La Fayette Park. . GREAT BEND. - - KAN 3 AS. SHAW k X-JOHTFO...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 June 1889

DEMOCRAT; OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON COUNTY. VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND KANSAS THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1889. NUMBER 12. BARTON COUNTY THE WORLD AT LAKGE. tSnmmary of the Daily News. WASlIISGTOIf NOTES. There was some excitement in the State and Nary Departments reported at Wash ington on the 12th consequent upon unsat isfactory reports from Hayti. Nothing . definite was given to the press. E. A. Baxter, of New York, has been .-appointed by President Harrison as United "States Marshal for the "Western district of ZHew York. The. President has said that he will not favor either one of the Virginia Repub lican factions to the disadvantage of the -other. He earnestly desired an end to the xiiaagreement. Mas. General, Sheridan, who has been -quite ill at Washington, is so far convales cent as to be able to go out driving. ' The Secretary of the Treasury has ap ' -pointed John Hngbson, a skilled laborer, in the Treasury Department, at a com pensation of $720 per annum. Hughson was porter of one of th...

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. — 20 June 1889

THE D.'nTGU COIKITY DEMOCRAT. IOn, X&itor ft Proprietor. GSEAT BEND, - - - . KANSAS. FORTY YEARS. Married, how long ago? Count the years by the Slim Old weddimr rincr Once thick and heavy. How fast they fly the wioHsri tnai men in spring And youth goes with them : so lore, sweetheart, ' is me ouy lasting thing! ' We two ah, what did we know of love, when roses of Jane were red? "When yoa wept sweet tears at a song, or sobbed r- lor some thoughtless word I said. - - -And blushed if I only pressed your hand or a kiss on your fair brown head. Oar hearts were light as bright bubbles blown. ' EJke children in fairy-land KVe wandered down, where the daises grew, to that wonderful golden strand. "Where all the dreams of the heart come true. ana lovers warn hand in band. Sinee then since then, oh, the long, long road we have wandered through calm and storm. When leaves blew by us and snow-flakes whirled, and we watched the swallows form ta winged clouds' sweeping down the sky to lands w...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 June 1889

TIIE BARTOII COUNTY DEMOCRAT. - W. . BTOZZ, Xdlto FropriftM. f GREAT BEND. - IvAVSAS. A MOMENT l)t The History of Mr. and Mrs. Brownlow's Quarrel BT BOBEBT UOTE. CHAPTER IL COSTIH l' KD. , The public prosecutor was indignant and exasperated. . He was used to speak to humble people who endeavored to please him and always were respectfully submis sive in his presence, and he could not admit the pretension of this man to treat him as an equal. He had been on the point of hav ing him arrested on the spot, upon the ac cusation of insulting a law officer in the ex ercise of his functions; then he was afraid to open a prosecution on a personal inci dent. It is always disagreeable to acknowl edge that we have been treated disrespect fully. He had. besides, a perfectly regular means at his disposal to make his adversary understand that one can not thus attempt to baffle justice; it was to allow the pro ceedings to follow their normal course. The very same day he sent the papers to a judge, w...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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