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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 November 1889

v . Tim CLD DAYC t?er Grandmamma sighed A she slowly untied Le packet we found in iho Toft; .. The paper was Mulsh. - The word were too foolish. Tie sentiments, we thought, were soft Now. if our dear Granny , Ver8 young, like our Fanny. VTho lingered last night at the gate, It would not seem queer To be called "lore" and "dear, And ""prithee, sweet, tell me my fate. Bat it sounded si sillr To sign "Your sweet Willie. Who worships the ground at your feeL" 2?ow Grandpa takes snuff And thinks it enough To doze, in the sun in his seat. When Grandma was young; Her praises were sung jjy rapturous lovers a score; I wish 'twas the fashion To record the blind passion In rerses of twenty or more. Then pen. ink and paper. Some wax and a taper, TFere all the expenses incurred; - JVow. costly bouquets, , Drives, operas, plays, And "seats in the parquette preferred.' . Then, old-fashioned ways. The minuet's maze. The sonnets by messenger sent; A seat meant for one, Her promise is won. And all wit...

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. — 14 November 1889

px cocrs HACKER BROS. - . 4 A FEU MUGS 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 of slightly, 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. " IT HATS AND CAPS AWAY WAY DOWN. Oh! Yes, it pays to trafle at HACKER BROS. REAL, ESTATE NO COMMISSION. LOANS UFOHT IMPROVED FARMS. BIO DELAY! t,LL ON OR ADDRESS: A. J. IBubkland GROCERIES AND The ONLY NORTH SIDE Dry Goods CARRIES A FULL LINE OF By oods S roc'eries BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,- Choice Family Groceries and Imported Steel Cooking When you want to buy anything in the above lines of goods go to the place where you can actually SAVE MONEY- ; Ancl get nothing buf First Class Goods. That place is nSToxtlx Side .Faiix'e ZBlccl- T CAS Pioneer We need money, must...

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. — 21 November 1889

o AHTON'- COUNTY DEMOCRAT. OFFTOIAL PAPER' OF BARTQ1T COUNTY. ; ; VOLUME VI. ; GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY,. NOVEMBER 21, 1889. NUMBER 34. ' EDITOEIAL COMMENTS. Congress will meet in five weeks and from present indications there will be a lively session. The official count in the 16th judicial district gives vandivert a majority of votes over Henry V. Scott, for judge. Pretty close call for Vandivert. The farmers' alliance of Cowley county recently shipped a car load of produce to destitute settlers in Morton county. The alliance is likely to be a power for good in Kansas. One great trouble about a fellow's trying to coyer up his tracks, is, that he makes new ones the while. Respectfully referred to the republican newspapers of this, 20th, judicial district. .Elsewhere we pubusn a very sensible letter on the race problem, by an intelligent southern negro. The writer takes the right view of the situation and gives some wholesome advice to northern men who are attempting to create di...

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. — 21 November 1889

THE GREAT BEHD DEHOCBAT W. E. STOKE, Publisher. GREAT BEND, - - .- - KANSAS. THE BALKAN STATES. Something Abomt the Social Conditions of Bulgaria and Servia. The Bulgarian farms are smalL The whale "Country is not mack more than twice the size of Massachusetts, and the population is over 2,000,000. This popu lation is &imost entirely agricultural, dnd there are only eight towns in the kingdom, which have orer 10,000 inhab itants. Speaking of Massachusetts, it might make some kind of an arrange ment with Bulgaria to dispose of a por tion of its marriageable unmarried girls. The men are in the majority in Balgaria, and by the last census I find thai there are about 60,000 more men in the coun try than women. I doubt, , however, 'whether the Massachusetts maidens would be satisfied with the average Bulgarian-cottage. I have seen thousands of them, and they are mere huts thatched "with straw, and in many cases they seem to be woven of twigs. They are one story, and generally not mor...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 21 November 1889

-5HE GREAT BEIfD DEMOCRAT W. E. STOKE, Publisher. GREAT BEND. - - - - - KANSAS. THE PENALTY O' POLISH. ' Out Huldy's home from boardin' school; She's been there now three year. Bat things she's learnt a bein' there. Strike me as mighty queer! Somehow we don't do nothin' right Mel issy Ann an me Though Hnldy neTer noticed this afore She went away, you aee. I'm blowed If I don't b'lieTe the cash I've gin to make her bright, , Baint well-nigh made a duace o' her An' mebbe it has quite ! fine says, we musn't eat out loud. An' forks an' knives shouldn't clash I An' forks want made for stirrin' things, Nor knives for eatin' hash, An then we musn't "soup" our tea Or pour it out the cup ; No matter if it burns our movths. An' tongues an' palates up ! Hot must we ever "snap" our food As hoptoads do a fly, But put things slowly in our mouths, Then eat it quietly. An' wuss than all the rest, she's got Sech names for things she sees! She hitches on a Latin word To all the weeds an' trees. Why t...

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 November 1889

THE DEMOCRAT; OFFICIAL COPHTY- PAPER. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, V KANSAS. WILL L f TOO, fiklltser ss froprkWr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One yew $1.50 Six months .75 Three months .50 Entered ss second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postomce. AH sdrerfisementa or communications, to ob- .w an insertion in tbe Dkmockat, must be banded in by Wednesday noon of each wrek, at the very west. HOTELS A2TD BESTATJKA2TTB. inCCDII - TDHII I CT JUOLI II I IIUILLl. I j PBOPEIETOB FRENCH RESTADRAHT Tobaccos, Cigars, Con factions. " West of P. O. - - - Great Bend DODGE HOUSE, Main Street, west of Mo. P. Depot. E. J. DODGE, Proprietor. .reasonable Bates and Home Accom modations. Valley House, n. R. HOLHES, Prop. Near depot. Best accommodations is the city. Transient 81.50 per day; by week $4. A good feed stable in connection. Grand Central Hotel. -; G. TULLIS, Prop. COMMODIOUS ROOMS. - BEST ACCOMMODATIONS. Great Bend, - - - Kansas. TTOBXZYS. 6 B. SOTZHBACHEX, D. A....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 21 November 1889

FOR SALE AT CITY JEWELRY STORE NEAR POST OFFICE. t - ESTABLISHED 1872. A. S. ALLEN, PHARMACIST. DRUGS, PAINTS, GLASS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, AND CORNER LOTS. LOCAL COMMENT. Shaun Rhue, at the new opera house next Monday night, the 25th. Take dinner with the ladies of the M. E. Church, Thanksgiving. See Shaun Rhue, the Irish comedy drama, on the night of the 25th. A number of Clan in citizens were in town this week, attending court. Roger Bros'. Silverware at the Book and Jewelry Store, near P. O. Don't forget the Silverware at the Book and Jewelry store is all new. Get ready to attend the Thanksgiv ing entertainment at the M. E. church. Turkeys Leave orders for dressed Thanksgiving turkeys, at J. A. Bland & Co'e. " J. II. Harper has an elegant dis play ot holiday goods in his show windows. More rain this week. Kansas is all right for , an immense wheat crop next year. Street Commissioner Cone has been doing some good work ou the streets the past week. The band boys gave County Clerk...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 21 November 1889

BILLY VEB8US BRUIN. TTnique Battle in the West Vir ginia, Mountain. A Terrlflo Contest BatwMii Time Cal l lant Gou and a Bear Finally ite suite In the Death of all the Participant. I HE mountaineers of West Virginia are a generous, hospitable people, land and accom modating, a trait inherited, doubt less, from their ancestry of the mother State. They are also fond, as a rule, of their daily liba tion of straight moonshine whis ky, or its equiva- - lent, hut this lux ury they will readily loreeo for the sake of any thing which partakes of sport, especially if it be of an .exciting nature. But it must not be of a' mild or placid character.' This, briefly,- is the character of toe people who inhabit the valleys, glens and sides of Old North Mountain. Within a few miles !of this little post-office there are probably one hundred or more residents wno are as jfond of sport which partakes of a physical large cities. Fights between dogs and wildcats are common, and the whole neigh borhood i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 21 November 1889

Dk. CRONIN'S effects. The Finding of Dr. Cronin's Clothes, Sur gical Case, and Other Article In a Sewer Catch-Basin Lend Fresh Interest to the Celebrated Murder Trial. Chicago, Not. 9. The sensation in connection with the all-absorbing Cro nin case still centers in the finding of the surgical case and clothes of the mur dered physician, and the forging of an other link in the chain of circumstantial eridence that clanks ominously around the conspirators. For some time com plaints have been made to the sewer de partment of the Lake View station that the sewer at the intersection of Evan ston avenue and Buena avenue was flush and running over. Two or three sewer cleaners were detailed to investigate the cause of this trouble. Michael Gil bert was foreman of the cleaning gang. Mike Beeson was one of his assistants, and W. W. McMillan had charge of a flushing wagon that was taken along to expedite their operations. The three men raised the cover of the man-hole and Beeson was lowered in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 21 November 1889

DST JQpQODS : HACKER A FEW TMGS THAT SIGHT A good half wool dress goods at i o cents. A nice Cloak trimmed with astrachart fur for girls from 4 to 1 6 years at 98 cents. Ladies in proportion. Big lot of slightly soiled blankets at very little more than half price, v 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 AWD CAPS AWAY WAY DOWN. Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. REAL ESTATE a D tv CKAP NO COMMISSION. IjOA 43ALL ON OR ADDRESS: A. J)p - - GROCERIES AND C50ARC.US FROEMD The ONLY NORTH SIDE ' Dry Goods a Grocery Store CARRIES A FULL. LINE OF oods S roceirBes BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, n 'i A' f' ice rally woceries V -:- Utensils a Specialty. -:- When you want to buy anything in the above lines of goods go to the place where you can actually -SAVE 3C03STE"y And get nothing but First Class Goods. That place is iroxtlx SicLe Pioneer We need money, must have it, and prices...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 28 November 1889

.t';'."jV.'l.- .' BARTON DEMOCRAT. i . OFFEOIAL PAPER OF BARTON COUNTY. .;y , - -,- ' - . ' " ,," VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1889. ' NUMBER 35. . i it - i . . . . . . . ) ; I. it COMMENTS AND CLIPPINGS. The United States of Brazilsounds very good. How long will it be before we bare The United States of Canada. Hon. C. G. Foster, Judge of theU. 6. district court, will give Ingalls a rub for senatorship, on the resubmission issue. , . Speaking of men and things, Great Bend men are getting tired of the thing who is inflicting the Guttersnipe on a defenseless public The Santa Fe railroad has issued a circular requesting that the custom of employees making valuable presents to their superiors be stopped. All the . barb wire factories have formed a trust under the name of the "Federal Steel Co." ' Spell the second word "Steal" and it will fit the trust to a dot. Coffin says he is going to close the Wichita "joints." The two joints that need most closing just now...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 28 November 1889

THE GREAT BEIU DEIIOCBAT W. E. STOKE, Publisher. CHEAT BEND, - '- - . KANSAS. CONCERNING HIVES. Tfc Causes and Proper Treatment of Thlc ' Painful Disease. This disease, called br the doctors orticaria, occurs in the form of small. rounded or irregular-shaDed blotches. of a reddish or pinkish color, ranging xrom xne size or a small pea to that oi ihe palm of the hand. The spots are generally raised slightly above the level of the surrounding skin, but may be puffed J up to the height of an inch or more. The discomfort of their presence . arises principally from the burning and tingling sensation which always accom panies their eruption, and which has given rise toythe popular name of "net tie rash. There are several varieties of the dis ease, distinguished by the appearance or tendency of te blotches. Sometimes they are small, flat nodules, and not larger than a pea. In this form they may disappear as rapidly as they come, and leave no trace behind save the scratches on the skin. Oth...

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. — 28 November 1889

THE &REAT BEND DEMOCRM W. E. STOKE, Publisher. GRF.AT BEND. KAXAR AN OLD-TIME QUILTING BEE. Yes.we held a (fraud reception and had every thin In style, "With flowers everywhere and fruit as high as we could pile. The aristocracy was! there, all gorgeously ar rayed. And every body acted Jnst as if 'twas dress piratic. . I,uCind she's my wife appeared In dresses rich and rare, With f nrbelows and flounces and with flowers in her hair; But somehow as I looked at her I couldn't help buc see The scene when first I met her at an old-time quilting bee. How mem'ry will keep running back to other days and scenes, I sometimes quite forget that part of life which intervenes Between the years when all I owned was youthful hope and health. And later times which brought me more of worriment and wealth. And so at the reception in the midst of beau ty's glare. Her face, though old and wrinkled, was the sweetest picture there The one whose smile of friendship has for ever welcomed me f-lnce ll r...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 28 November 1889

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL . COUHTY.EAPBR. - - (Office in Opera Block) ' GREAT BEND. : , KANSAS. WILL t. ITUE, riMlsscr mU rrssrieUr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY . TEEM OF SUBSCKUTIOa CASH. une year.......;. fi-ou mx montba 75 Thre months . J50 Entered m second Iass matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postomee,. . BAJl adTertlsements or commualeations, to ob tain an Insertion in the Democrat, mast be nsnaea in 67 Wednesday noon of eacft wee, as we very tatesw 1 - JOSEPH - TROILLET, PBOPBIETOB '- ' - FRENCH RESTAURAlT Tobaccos, Cigars, Confactlons. West of P. XX - Great Bend DODGE HOUSE, Main Street, west of Mo. P. Depot. E. J. DODGE, Proprietor. "Reasonable Bates and Home Accom modation. Valley Hons, " tJ. n. IIOLC3ES, Prop. Near depot. Best accommodation In the city. Transient 11.50 per day, by week $4. A good feed stable in connection. S. TULLIS, Prop. COMMODIOUS ROOMS. BEST ACCOMMODATIONS. Great .Bend, - - - Kansas. ATTOR2TEYS. D. A. BAJTTA v HPrnBMSES i BASTA, ... ta in TTwtitmrf Block rooms and ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 28 November 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 COMMENT. Tbe banks are all closed to-day legal holiday. Attend the entertainment to-night, at the M. E. church. Take Thanksgiving dinner with the ladies of the M. E. church. The Masonic banquet, tomorrow evening, will be an elegant affair. Call on Fjesburg & Welch in their new quarters Eangharn's old stand. The boys eay that the "jockey" iu Kerry Gow was a regular back breaker. Lay in a supply of coal and grocer ies severe weather is liable to come any day. Marcus Friend is cutting and slash ing in the canned goods trade. See his hand bills. Hunting parties are quite frequent these days, and the game is reported quite plentiful. A handsome, walnut wardrobe for sale, cheap. Enquire at Farmers' & Merchants' Bank. Keeney has changed his announc ement again to suit the time of year. See what he is offering the public. Farmers...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 28 November 1889

THANKSGIVING. : ,NCE more the circling months come round; The birds hare flown from bush and tree The vanished sum , mer leares . no sound To hint of her stilled ml . strelsy. With dark ened skies and mead owsbare. -CISUI Ana winter's ifc chilling blasts be- 2ZP ToSay we think what glories rare The seasons brought from son to son What traits are In the cellar's bin, What wealth the mows and granaries hold While radiant cheer prevails within. And crackling fires keep out the cold. Then heap the hoard where joy has placed Let sorrow sleep be banished fear; - If doubtful feet began the race They end one more triumphant year. Not ours alone Is all this gain V ' . The harvest we hare safe In store ' . Should help us soothe some neighbor's pain, And spread kind gifts to hunger's door. The bounteous hand that spreads our feast, Which sent the rain and sunshine, too, -Hakes all our blessings twice increased , By every generous deed we do. .Sow when our table groans to-day. And happy hearts ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 28 November 1889

a NEW INDIAN POLICY. Th Indians of the Territory to Be.Msel s Close an Foaalble. T A iiijequaii, I. T.. Nov. 22. Signifi cant acts .have recently transpired which indicate the opening of another chapter in the Cherokee negotiation. Until recently it was supposed that the Government would not avail itself of article 15, treaty of 1866, but that the Western tribes might possibly be settled upon the Strip. Two letters, recently written, seems to indicate that the Government will use its privilege un der article 15. The Quapaws and other tribes in the extreme northeast of the Indian Territory wish to dispose of their present reservation and join their friends, the Osages. Acting under in structions from Secretary Noble, the Commission will soon visit the Quapaw agency. The Indians can be settled upon Osage lands by the consent of the Osages. The Com missioners are authorized by Congress to negotiate only for lands west of the 96th degree. The Osages are east of this line of longitude. T...

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. — 28 November 1889

VSTZ GOODS HfteKER- BROS. A FEW THINGS THAT SIGHT A good half wool dress goods at i o cents. A " nice Cloak trimmed with astrachan fur for girls from 4(to 1 6 years at 98 cents. ; Ladies in proportion. Big lot of slightly soiled blankets at very little more than half price. . You neveij wjill. 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. '-J REAL ESTATE rfti nn NO COMldlSSION. LOAMS xjpoiu itvipr.ovei '-eirubs uto CALL ON OR ADDRESS: A-X'Euckland GROCERIES AND Imrcms Franco, The ONLY NORTH SIDE Dry Goods & Grocery Store CARRIES A FULL LINE OF t Pry oods Ik Ciroeeries BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, Choice Family Groceries-and Imported Steel Cookin TTI - ! CH 1 I a When you want to buy anything in the above lines of goods go to the place where you can actually SAV?3 ,3yL03SrES"y And get nothing but First Class Goods. That...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 December 1889

: r i , - li ;f V m I : 1OFFIOIAIj 'PAPER OP B A RTON OOXJ3STTY. VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1889. ,,. babton: COUNTY DEMOCRAT. i -li - n NUMBER 36. by Karon, and sheaes. The big fire at Boston last Thurs day was an Immense hub with a hot box. ' ' 'Ye who have steers to shed prepare to shed them now," 'sensibly' remarks an exchange. The midwinter sun shines so bright, the wheat fields all smile and look gay; fiwx county, fair Barton's all right 'December's as pleasant as May." Next week we will publish Judge Foster's reasons why he is in favor of giving the people a chance to again vote upon the prohibition question. - The Rush Center News interviews tha business men of that town and publishes the result, on Uie iiMntiogfweety satisfactorily completes the resubmission. Out of 37 business 27 are for resubmission and 10 opposed. Governor elect Campbell of Ohio, is a Knights of Pythias, G. A. R. man and an Elk. In fact he is a "j'iner." Hutchinson News. ' Yes, ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 December 1889

THE GBEATBEHD DHOCRAT W. E. STOKE, Publisher. GREAT BEND. KANSAS, THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the- Dally News. WASHINGTON NOTES. St. John's College, Washington, was dedicated on the 22d by Cardinal Gib bons in the presence of a large crowd. The President has appointed Frank Hitchcock, of Illinois, to be United States Marshal' for the Northern dis trict of Illinois. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs has directed Indian agents at the Kiowa and Comanche agency in the Indian Territory to promptly remove cattle f ound grazing on the reservation with out the consent of the Indians. It is learned that several herds, aggregating about 80,000 head, are trespassing on the reservation. Secretary Blaine and the mem bers of the Pan-American Congress are having some trouble keeping out men accredited as delegates by careless Governors of States. South Dakota gave the most trouble. Secretary Blaine is reported to be engaged in negotiations for an interna tional copyright treaty with France wit...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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