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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 October 1889

FOR DEEP WATER. Tie Deep-Water Convention Meet at To peka A Large Attendance Fromlnen Men Present. yesterday afternoon the deep water cod Tention was called to order by ex-Go, ernor Evans, of Colorado, president of the permanent executive committee. In the Grand Opera House, in which ail ses sions will be held, and kwa packed from pit to roof. The delegates were seated by States and Territories. On the stage were many, distinguished men among whom were Governors Franci, of Mis souri; Tbayer, of Nebraska; Humphrey, of ; Kansas; ex-Governors Evans, of Colorado; Hubbard, of Texas; Glick, of Kansas; Senator Plumb, Congressmen Weaver, of Iowa.; Crain and Martin, of Texas; Carey, of Wyoming; Funston. Perkins, Morrill and KeUey. of Kansas; ex-Senator Armstrong, of Missouri; Major Fulton, of Galveston; C. & Chase, of Omaha, and many others. The stage was handsomely decorated, the most notable features being two obelisks thirty feet high of Kansas corn and grain, and one bore the inscrip...

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. — 10 October 1889

: -c DRT GOODS 3 HACKER BROS. A FEW TMGS THAT SHOW NOT BE LOST SIGHT OF! A good hialf wool dress goods at i o cents. A nice Cloak trimmed with astrachan fur for girls from 4 to 1 6. years at 9& cents. Ladies in proportion. Big lot of slight! v soiled blankets at very little more than half grice. You never will sleejj cold again when you see how cheap they are. . vX U Nice Indies fine shoes, 98 cents. Men's and children's in proportion. HATS AND CAPS AWAY WAY DOWN. Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. REAL ESTATE qbD HEM Per'eni-'Sltraighlt. NO COMMISSION. LOANS TJPOUT IMPROVED FARMS. DELAY! CALL, ON OR ADDRESS: A. J - GROCERIES AND C5IARlHIS-FR0EKIDf The ONLY NORTH SIDE Dry Goods k Grocery Store CARRIES A FULL LINE OF 0)oy (Stobds Groceries BOOTS & SHOES, HATS &. CAPS, Choice Family Groceries and Imported Steel Cooking -:- Utensils a Specialty. -:- When you want to buy anything in the above lines of goods go to the place where you can actually SAVE MONEY" And get no...

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. — 17 October 1889

B AKTOM GOTO T Y DEMOCRAT; OFFIOIAii PAPER OF BARTON bOUNTY. ' V VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1889. NUMBER 29. - POLITIOAL AHB EDITORIAL. Sat, Charles, why dontyou publish that "diploma and certificate?" Prohibition was beaten in Con necticut the other day, by upwards of -25,000 votes. Thk "third ward" of Great Bend 'will hardly "name the nominee for senator" not this fall some other fall. Townslby says, concerning Sat urday's convention, "There is a tide in the affairs of men, which makes us tired." V L . The best men will win in this campaign. . No need of mud-slinging, slander, nor falsehoods. The Begister will please take a tumble. . Some of the county delegates to Sat urday's convention seemed to think they did not want certain Great Bend men to tell them how to vote. Strange. Norms said the Independent dele gation was "full," and it looked very much like several other delegations were in the like anti-prohibition con dition. - Thk boys say that cows and...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 October 1889

the Dnra cc::ity cBzaxr. v. a. cross, nut Proprietor. umsAiuuu, - - - . KANSAS THE WOULD AT LABGE. Oummary of the Dally News. WASHIXGTOX NOTES. Thx Secretary of State is informed tbat Biam will be represented at the interna' tional marine conference by P. W . Verney, of the Siamese legation at Washington. - Pbxsidxnt Harrison received nearly sixteen hundred persons at bis trl-weekly reception on the 9tb. A decision of ex-Commissioner Tanner by which tbat official doubled all pensions of $2 per month has been revised by Sec retary Noble. The act of Tanner in this matter was one of the causes of his re moral. Thx Department of State bas received official notice of the appointment of dele Sates to the Washington international marine conference from the following countries in addition to those heretofore reported: The Netherlands, German Em pire, France and Qreat Britain. Admiral, Jouxtt reports the cruiser Dolphin in admirable condition, "clean and sweet" Commander Goodrich, chairman o...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 October 1889

TI1E DARTOn CODHTY DEMOCRAT Xf. JB. OTOXZ, Editor ft Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - KANSAS EBEN LONG'S ARITHMETIC. A good old man was Eben Long, A farmer by vocation; But somehow there was something wrong About his education; . Tor how he tried, 'twas all In vain, . His books would not agree. Because In counting on his gain He'd make twice one make three. Hi acres grew in width and length. Twm thirty when bat twenty, Sis fertilizers gained in strength One third, and would bring plenty: Two cows should have three calves a year. And two should heifers be. And so he made a profit clear t Counting twice one makes three. : So much, he said, his oats would be. So much his corn and cotton; i And at that rate twice one makes! three . Great wealth was quickly gotten; So at the store, from day to day. He spent his money free, , Counting his pain the same always Making twice one make three. The sheriff came one early spring With judgments and citations . To stop old Eben's figuring And flowery calc...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 October 1889

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL OODHTY PAPER. (Offics in Opera. Block) GREAT BEND,N : -KANSAS. WIU B. mil, fiUlikcr aai frssrktsr. - PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. Omjw , . $1.50 Mi months 75 Three months .60 Entered ss eatand class matter si the Great Bend siims, postomce. WAJlsdvertisementsor eommnaicatlons, to -tain an Insertion In the Dxmockat, most be handed in oy weanesoay noon oi eacn weer, at me tctj DEIOOTLATIO 00UHT7 TIOEET. For County Treasurer LEONARD M. KRAUSE, Of Walnut Township. -Tor County Clerk . . D. R. JONES, Of Great Bend. lor Register of Deeds FRANK 6. STROTHMAN, Of Lakin Township. Per Sheriff FRANK D. WILSON, Of Great Bend. For County Surrey or BERNARD MARKET, Of South Bend Township. , ' . For County Coroner Dr. J. R. MclLVAINE, - . Of Hoisington. For Commissioner, Third District a COUGHLIN, Of Eureka Township. DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. Democratic meetings will be held at the following places, on the dates named: Pawnee Rock City, Monday, Oct. 21. Liberty townsh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 October 1889

FOR SALE AT CITY JEWELRY STORE . NEAR POST OFFICE. ESTABLISHED 1872. A. S. ALLEN, PHARMACIST. DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND CORNER LOTS. LOCAL NEWS. Tis rainy weather, my darling. But the drills still merrily run; If we don't bsre wheat next year, my dear. ; I'm a no-account-aon-of-a-gun. For surveyor, B. Markey. Conning one week from to-day. Vote for D. R. Jones, for county clerk. . Vote for Frank Strotbman, register of deeds. The Pawnee Rock Loader has a "two'nicker." County Treasurer, L. AI. Krauae. Vote for him. Frank Wilson his re-election. is Sheriff vote for Frank Wilson deserves your votes and will get them. The Heizerton Creamery Co. has applied for a charter. Come we want your trade, at U wings Hardware Co. The heavens wept, on Saturday last Was it fcr Heizer, or Caraway? . Plenty of Gundlach Drills, and all repairs, at Owings Hardware Co. Mrs. A. E. Wood is closing out her Millinery goods at cost. See her ad. H. D. Brooker, of the Hutchinson Marble' works, ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 October 1889

WAIF WILLIE. . had a faint remenv brance of home, this little waif, although he could hare scarce ly put it Into words, so dimly did it come to him. .Like the faint sun shine in the deep summer woods, thoughts of a sweet faced mother stole across his lonely life, and through the silent night-watches came a voice tenderly calling: "Willie, son; come home." . Stolen from his widowed mother by a band of gypsies in a distant State, when a few years old, he had wandered hither with them. And then, forsaken by them in a fit of ill ness, he had been left on the steps. of Mr. Balfour's palatial house. ' - His life had been hard and loveless' when with his capor ; but since Hiram Balfour took him in for "what. he -could do," and the kind, motherly wife had died, his life had been full of bitterness.' -J ? ;; . ' "Be lively there," or ycra'll repent it!" shouted a rough voice from the doorway, and the little fellow bent lower over his saw while tbe great tears dropped down on the heavy oak st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 October 1889

THE INDIAN QUESTION: CUckukw Squaw Men t DUqwIUW-Tao Crosado Against the Tribal Systosn. Dehisor, Teat, Oct. 10. Tb Baprsme Court of . ths Chickasaw JUtion bM given a decision sustaininic th . legislative amendment to the Constitution in regard to squaw men, or white men. and the rjghts they acquired by marrying Indian women. - The whites claim that under the Constitution they have the same right to . hold property or office or vote as Indians, and as this decision will operate directly against them it will cause trouble and will prove a prime factor in a movement to throw open to settlement all of the Chickasaw and Choctaw Nations west of the ninty-sixth parallel of latitude. Fully 80 per cent, of the inhabitants of the Cbickasaw county are white and they will petition Congress to allot the lands in severalty, which means the complete dis ruption of the Indian Government. OTHER INDIANS AND SEVERALTY. Guthrie, Ok, Oju 10. The Daily News contains a two column article written by W. P....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 October 1889

DRY GOODS 3 HACKER A FEW THIHGS THAT SIGHT A good half wool dress goods at 10 cents; A nice Cloak trimmed with astrachan fur for girls from 4 to 16 years at 98 cents. Ladies in proportion. Big lot of slightly soiled blankets at very little more than lialf price. You never will sleep cold again when you see how cheap they are. Nice Ladies fine shoes, 98 cents. Men's and children's in proportion. -ii. HATS- AND CAPS AWAY WAY DOWN. Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. REAL ESTATE 01 0 111 dTPer enf. Straight, NO COMMISSION. LOANS UPOII IMPROVED FARMS. XVTO DELAY! CALL ON OR ADDRESS: A. J. BuckQandn Great Bend, Kansas. GROCERIES AND EvlARCUS FRDEKIO. The ONLY NORTH SIDE Dry Goods & Grocery Store CARRIES A FULL LINE OF Ory oods b Groceries BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, Choice Family Groceries and Imported Steel Cooking n (1 When you want to buy anything in the above lines of goods go to the place where you can actually sve nvioisrE"y And get nothing but First Class Goods. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 October 1889

3 OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON" COUNTY. VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1889. NUMBER 30. P0LITI0AL AND EDITORIAL. Gkkat gobs of harmony were an un known quantity at the Sterling sena torial convention. The Emporia school board says that it will prosecute all parties who sell tobacco to minors under sixteen years of age. More than twenty counties in Kan sas have each this year raised a larger corn crop than all the Xew England States combined. . . Evk in Kansas there occur such 'southern outrages" as the excluding of colored children from schools at tended by white children. Strange isn't it. Dos't believe half the cock-and-bull stories the republican speakers tell you. They will try to "hoodo" the people with the great noise tbey make with their hired singers. Tiikke is no uncertain qnantity or quality in the democratic ticket. AH .the men have been found to be what the people want. Take no chances, but stand by the tried and true. jvansas nas gone weti jsot neces s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 October 1889

THE BARTON COUHTY DEUOCRAT. 4 W. E. STOXS, Zaitor rropristor. 5REATDEXD. - - - - KANSAS THE WOBLD AT LAEGEL Snmrnary of the Daily News. WASniSGIOX KOTES. At the Interior Department it is tbooght that 20,000 Indians will be entitled to rote at the next Presidential election as a re sult of recent legislation. Politicians eon aider them a very uncertain factor. Thz United States Supreme Court as sembled for the October term on the 14th. It is proposed to erect a permanent re viewing stand of white marble opposite the Whito House for fntnre celebrations in Washington. ' Thrzs of the keepers of lifeboat stations who distinguished themselres on the At lantic during recent storms hare been com p'-i minted and bad their salaries raised to $800, the highest limit. It is widely believed in Washington that President Harrison will recommend to Congress a revision of the tariff. Thz Commissioner of Patents has de cided that abandoned applications for patents are not public, property and can not...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 October 1889

IHt UAH i UN CnnrlTY UrMUUKAli W. E. STOKE, Editor ft Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS, - FAREWELL. Summer Is dead. Tsori to tae rose inai aroops ner weary neaa . The wind breathes low: Farewell, . oh weetl- I who hare watched thee grow, ; Now watch ihee die! : f7 f "' f "When next, oh toeaotuous rose!-I pass thee by Upon tiie ground n scattered swestnessthou wilt then be found. Farewell, farewell ! T who have watched thee grow now ring thy knell." - . Summer is dead. The brown leaves cover her from foot to head.' The leaden sky "Weeps her sad death; the loud wind rushes by. . A bird's sweet trill - . Rings from a gold tinged tree then all is stiiL : A farewell song . , To the strong boughs that sheltered him so long, He wing his flight Now, to another clime of sun and light. 'j And we must part. With heavy, tear-wet eyes, with bleeding heart. 'Farewell" we cry. How many months, nay, years may swift run by Before we meet, We cap not telL . These days, these hours' so ' sweet "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 October 1889

THE DEMOCBAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPHR. (Officii Opera Block) ' GREAT BEND,: KANSAS. VIU E. mil; ITObkar art rrffetsr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION HASH. ' Omtht , ..$1-50 nix months .75 Three months J50 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend ansss, postomee. WAU advertisements or communications, to ob tain an Insertion in the Dzmocbat, most be nanaea tn by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. DEMOCRATIC) OOUHTY TICKET. For County Treasurer LEONARD M. KB AUSEt Of Walnmt Township. For County Clerk V D. R. JONES, Of Great Bend. . For Begister of Deeds FRANK G. STBOTHMAN, Of Lakln Township. For Sheriff . FRANK D. WILSON, Of Great Bend. For County Surrey or BERNARD MARKEY, Of South Bend Township. For County Coroner Dr. J. B. McILVAINE, Of Hoisington. For Commissioner, Third District-- C. COUGHL1N, Of Eureka Township. INDEPENDENT. For Judge. 90tn Judicial District, . JUDGE J. H. BAILEY, Of Lyons, Bice County. DEM00EATI0 MEETINGS. Democratic meetings trill be h...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 October 1889

FOR SALE AT CITY JEWELRY STORE NEAR POST OFFICE. ESTABLISHED 1872. A. S. ALLEN, PHARMACIST. DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND CORNER LOTS. LOCAL ITEMS. While the light of day is gleaming, Oyer Barton's fields so bright; And this light la backward streaming To keep off the gloom of night; Then to work, je honest people! Work with yigor and with might, For the men who're serred you truly, For our ticket! For the right! Register to-day! Picture frames at Halladay's. Frank Wilson, our next sheriff. The child is born, and they named it Smith. D. R. Jones, County clerk, is the man to vote for. Leonard Krause, for county treas urer, will succeed himself. The band did not go to Sterling. For reasons see Pat Murpby. - Bernard Markey makes an excellent surveyor vote for him. A rousing democratic meeting wa held at Hoisington last night. Frank S troth man. our Register of Deeds for the next two years. "Spunk," of Albert, sends quite a lively batch of items this week. The roads are n...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 October 1889

A fERIUijTETaiSTAKil IS as well," she said. with a quiver of pain iv qnentect place, but I i T-fiil Know Luai x Buirir- Clvde island, with my heart full of hate, and lost my way." The wind, which had driven her little craft hither in spite of all effort to "prevent it, was bio win cr a gale. The boat grated on the sands and spring ing out, Marcia pulled it high up on tne wnitened beach. Over there lay the city with her home nestling in its bosom, and Jdarley wouia De expecting tea shortly now, but she wouldn't be 4.here no, never again 1 " --.r - Vivid lightning streaked the horison and the muttering thunder was coming nearer. Marcia Lessinge shivered and , vaguely wondered if, it .would not have been, better to have been drowned outright than this. Running- along the sands 'looting' for shelter, she noticed a dim path leading into the Interior. The great drops of rain were now beginning .to fall, and, concluding to trust to its guidance, she turned Into the diminutive road and disa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 October 1889

ALL ABOUT PENSIONS. An Authoritative Statement From tH In terior Department in Regard to the Re- eindins; of Corporal Tnnrivwu Order. Washihgtos, Oct. 18. The following authoritative statement prepared at the Interior Department in anpport of the action of Secretary Noble in rescinding Commissioner Tanner's order adrancing pensions from f2 to H per month in cer tain cases ha been giren to the press: In view of the recent decision by the Depart ment of the Interior relating to the authority of the Commissioner of Pensions to arbitrarily of his own will rerate some 33,000 men by advanc- i . . j KAnDiAne An nia smAa .-1 . - . I 111 ycuoiwua v. mi vr&uk Hum V Ml Vt month, it is worthy of attention that section 4,C9'4 of the revised statutes of the United provides that: "Except in case of permanent specific disabi ities no increase of pension shall te allowed to commence prior to the date of ihe examining surgeon's certificate establishing the same made under the pending claim for in...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 October 1889

DRY o GOODS HACKER mmm' A FEW -THINGS THAT SIGHT A good.half wool dress goods at 10 cents. . A nice Cloak trimmed with astrachan fur for girls from 4 to 1 6 years at 98 cents. Ladies in proportion. Big lot offliglitlv soiled blankets at very little more than half price You never will sleep cold again when you see how cheap they are. Nice Ladies fine shoes, 98 cents. Men's and children's in proportion. . HATS AND CAPS AWAY WAY DOWN. Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. JtEAL ESTATK phi EP Per emit- Straoglhifc NO COMMISSION. LOANS UPOEI IMPROVED FARlVIS. MO DELAY! CALL ON OR ADDRESS: A. J. BuckDand, Great Bend, Kansas. GROCERIES and MARCUS FIRDEIID, The ONLY NORTH SIDE ' Dry Goods Grocery Store CARRIES A FULL LINE OF iry kkds-'& Groceries BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, Choice Family Groceries and Imported Steel Cooking a When vou want to buy anything in the above lines of goods J 111 . 11 go to trie place wnere you can actually SAVE ; And get nothing but First Class Goo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 31 October 1889

11m BAR r TON DEMOCRAT. fy..: '' , - , 'V.i:;r. -., , . V OFFIOIAIi PAPER OF .BARTON OOXT3Srir,Sr. - ; -j : V,:;.", :v; ;::--,r' j " m VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THUR8DAY, . OCTOBER 31, 1889. : . NUMBER 31. I . 1 ' ' 1 i " : ' ' ' : - i 1 1 i - i - - ' to i P7?tttp 001OIENT. Judge J. H. Bailey, independent candidate for judge, is an old soldier and will receive a hearty support from the veterans in his district, especially in Bice and Stafford counties. Judge Bailey, from Lyons, Rice county, is rapidly gaining ground as the candidate for district judge. Mr. Bailey is a successful practicioner as a lawyer, a good citizen and has extended experience which particularly qualifies him for the responsible and honorable position of district judge. St. John Capital. Shall we turn out of office men who ' have served us faithfully and ably, and . put in their places men who have not been tried, who are unfamiliar with any of the duties that will come before them; shall we let go the bird ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 31 October 1889

THE BART01I CCOnn. DEMOCRAT. W. E. STOXE, Editor Ik Proprietor. . GREAT BEND. - -: KANSAa THE WOULD AT LABGE. Summary ., of the Daily JJewo. - WASHIXGTOJT .NOTES. . Two of the employes of the Pension Office whose, pensions were rerated have been officially requested to refund to the Government the extra- money paid to them on account of such renting. ; It is the general impression of officials at the Navy Department that the board of survey recently ordered on the Ossjp pee will report in favor of condemning the vessel. A meeting was held at Washington on the night of the 23d to perfect an organ ization for securing the World's Fair in that city. Cox sex Lxwis. late of Tangier; has given his statement of the imprisonment affair to Secretary Blaine. No details of the hearing were published, William O. Gresham, brother of United States Circuit Julge W. Q. Gresham. has been appointed postmaster at St. Peter, Minn. The annual report of the supervising in spector of steam vessels shows t...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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