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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 January 1890

BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. - - - OFFICIAL FAFBROF BARTON COUNTY. - - - - " - - . .---.,-----. v. .. VOLUME VI. - . v GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1890. . . . J V. NUMBER 41. WHAT WILL BE THE OUTCOME? The question is often heard now-a-days, what will the Farmers Alliance amount to in the long run? Taking the history of the grange of a few years ago, a purely farmers' organization, and picking out its faults and the causes of its almost complete downfall, one can readily see wherein the Alliance can profit by the experience of the grange people. Their greatest danger lies in the chance to get into local controversy; the opportunity to let local matters overshadow the great questions of the hour, the nationa " questions of how to combat the evil of class legislation, of a monied aristocra cy controlling the national congress in . their own interests and against the in terests of the American farmer and la borer. - If the combination of farmers and laborers of this land will bu...

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. — 9 January 1890

i W. E. OTOKE, Publisher. - GREAT BEND. - - - - - KANSAS. THE WOULD AT LABGE. tjammary of the Dally News. WASHINGTON NOTES. The Senate Committee on Canadian Belations held a session in New York City on the 80th and listened to state ments of a Gloucester, .Mass., fisher man who advocated retaliation. Eras- tns Wiman' consumed the rest of the day with a plea for reciprocity with Canada. . Reab ADarmALKiaiBEHiv has been ordered home from the command of the Pacific station January 25. Commo dore George lirown will succeed him. One of the witnesses examined be fore the Ways and Means Committee recently was a glass manufacturer named MacBeth who wanted free trade. A B tjmor was current in Washing ton on the 31st that Mr. Randall's con dition was much worse. Inquiry at his house was answered by an emphatic denial from his family. Mr. Band all was much better and was out of bed and attending to his correspondence. About six thousand of the general public attended President Harrison's recep...

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. — 9 January 1890

AGRICULTURAL HINTS. COW STALLS. Ood 8oxtIMts Kea-ardlns; Them f -Hmr They Should Be Built. I saw an inquiry a short time ago re ".gardin a cow stall, says a writer in- the Ohio Farmer. I have seen none de scribed like mine, and will therefore end it. I believe in a manure drop for the comfort and cleanliness of all con--cerneiL To have it serve the purpose -very cow must stand right, so that the manure will be deposited in the drop. Cows vary in length, and hence stalls all -of same length will not bring all to the drop; they fall short or over-reach. My idevice will remedy this difficulty. I make my stalls, lining up between, -"boarding up in front to the desired height as though 1 intended to quit at that. Stalls are 7K feet from front of manger to drop, allowing 2 feet for manger, which leaves 5 feet for the cow, but can be shortened to feet if necessary, by the method I shall now escribe. Ifiuild stalls as above di rrn fori rC n strips (a) for bottom of manger on sides oi stall,...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 January 1890

BUSINESS dTROFESSIO itQ.itoracjjo at tan "OacilB Anen-Hnbbartt Block nxm aneVlL- EBXQ.CLCOLB. - KLRICX.C. COLS Couty Attorney. cu ty y ; tjt n rrs i ATXORN EY AT LAW ;;jOfnc ln Cflurt House. I HwiiimiiI In n man 1i I Ttinn f iD. A NEWTON, A.f TORHSY AT X AW, UOTABT PUBLIC. Bt-om 4 Hoses Brcs. Block. 0T 'Vrf- - Uttorne jf-at-Lai79 A ' -' -i 1-1 ' T . T T A u.uick r arm xjoans at uuw xvates. , Eastern .Lands to Exchange For Kansas Lands. - 'Boost'' 6, Allek-Hubbard Block ( : J. mcHCREEK, tHdni at Uwl and Hoiarj Public ' - j .Office over Moss Grocery Store, SBEATBEND. - KAS. PHYSICIAKS and surgeons V. L: CHESTER, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. SPECIAL attention given to Surgical cases and diseases of women. Office irrRooni 3, 1 len Block Residence first door south of J. C. Gwinn, on 5th St L. 0. MOFFETT, 3PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE: NEARLY OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, RESIDENCE: SOTTH MAIN STREET. GREAT BEND, - - - KANS. ;A. T. McCormick, Physician - and - Surgeon. Office over Dodge's Hardware...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 January 1890

A. S. ALLEN, DEALEBIN . DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. LOCAL COMMENT. Nye and Riley Feb. 24th. Council meeting next Monday Hight. Mince pie will often keep c person awake longer than a guilty conscience Great Bend has more influenzial citizens to-day . than she has had for many a mon. ...... These are the times that try men's soles, as they slide out of the way of the bill collector. Excursion rates, will be given on the Santa Fe and Mo. P. railroad to the Jfye and Riley show. For an example of life in the Solitudes, visit the stores of the men who never advertise. The greatest laugh producing com bination on earth Nye and Riley at thft flrand Peh. 24th. The reason "the way of the trans gressor is hard" is said to be because it has had so much travel Picture frames positively the latest ttesignes and patterns, cheaper than anybody at Halladay's. 'La Grippe" is with up; several eases are reported about town, though none of them are as yet serious. J...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 January 1890

1889. Boraa cf the More Important Oc currences of the' Year. Leading-Political and Social Event Deaths by Accident and Crime Meteor ological and Necrologlcal De N as tractive Conflagrations Etc., Etc BUSINESS FAUUBES. - '. - INTOI.VEIG AMOUNTS OF 8000,000 AND UPWARD, A30 BASKS GEKERAJ-XY. Jan. 25 Henry Werner, wholesale dealer ji hides. New York; Sauu.OUO. Feb. 4 Bank of J. H. Knap?, Marquette, Mich. Feb. 8 Pacific . Guano Company, Boston, Mass.; tl,000,000. Feb. 0 Ohio 3t Western Iron and Coal Com pany, Columbus. O. ; $2,500,000. Feb. 23 William Bassett, Boston, builder; 1650,000. , MiJr. l Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, Carle ton, Neb.... H. A. Gould Be Co., dealers in rub ber, eta, Boston; 11,000,000. - - Mar. 5. Keading Iron works, Reading, Pa. ; ll.0uu,aw. -. Mar. ft The Willets Pottery Manufacturing Company, Trenton, N. J. ; 8300,000. Mar. IS C. H. North & Co., pork packers, Boston; 1730,000. . Mar. : E. Cummings & Co., leather dealers, Boston; 8300.000. Apr. 5 Downs &am...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 January 1890

A PALACE BURNED. Th Royal Palace of Belgium Destroyed By an Incendiary rire. Brussels, Jan. 2. The royal palace at Iiaekcn, a suburb of Brussels, was almost completely destroyed by fire yesterday. The flames spread rapidly and at one time threatened to cut off the escape of most of the inmates. The Princess Clementine had a very narrow escape from death and her rescue was made with the greatest difficulty. A young lady employed as governess to the Princess was unable to follow her mistress and was burned to death. The only portion of the place which escaped the ravages of the flames was that in which the private apartments of the King are situated. The royal collection of works of art, one of the finest in Europe, comprising some of the most valuable paintings and statu ary extant, was entirely destroyed. At ten o'clock last night the palace had the appearance of a huge furnace and there came from it constant crashes and volcanic bursts of flames as timber and other masses of debris...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 January 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL - COUNTY PAPSR. tl.50 PER YEAR, IK ADVANCE. ?? WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PBOPHIETOB. GREAT BEND, - - KANSA8 LOCAL SHOET STOPS. Feed ofjall kinds, at J. A. Bland & The grippe is not a thing to be sneezed at, after all. .After all we did have to hunt up our last year's overcoats. Notice the change in the adver tisement of Fosburg & Welch. It's a wise joke that knows its" own father after the Guttersnipe gets hold of it. For the finest steaks, roasts, and all pork sausage, go to J. A. Bland & Co's. The snow and sleet which fell the first of the week will boost the wheat along. . Owings Hardwarwe Co. sell White sewing machines warranted for five years. The S. of V's at Ellinwood will install their officers Saturday night of this week. A. Truesdale, father of W. K. Truesdale, has been here on a visit from Warren, Ohio.' Schools opened again Monday, with the attendance slightly lessened by LaGrippe, the acher. Nothing attracts like, attraction. To save m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 January 1890

BAETO (X)UNTY DEMOCRAT. is? OFFICIAL PAPB3R OF BARTQ3ST COUNTY. VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1890. NUMBER 42. ' : i i : i " PEOSPECTS TOB THE YEAS. They are all That the Democratic Party Can Desire. The year 1890 promises to be of the utmost interest and importance to the democratic party. It brings to the party the opportunity to recover posses sion of the popular branch of congress and of strengthening itself in the un popular branch, as Speaker Reed once facetiously styled the senate. ..As ex-President Clevelard said happily, "we are the party of the peo ple; they cannot take that from us," and as the house of representatives comes nearer to representing the senti ments of the people than any other branch of the government does or can, the democratic chances in the house are better than they are any where else. Jiesides this,, the political cycle con tains a promise of a democratic victory by a large majority. The political orbit of the house appears to be...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 January 1890

IHK GBEAT BEMD MOCBAT W. E. STOKE, Publisher. CEEAT BEND. iros THE WOBLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally Newa. CONGRESSIONAL. Thehe was leas than a quorum present wnen tne Senate met after the holiday re cess, on 'the 6th. Many resolutions and several bills were presented, and a bill passed to increase to $72 per month tne pen ion of certain soldiers and sailors who are ' totally helpless from Injuries received or aisease contracted daring the war. After an executive session the Senate adjouened. . . .In the House a resolution was adopted author izing the Speaker to administer the oath of office to Mr. Bandall at his residence, and also authorizing Messrs. Wllber, of New xork, and wbitthorn, of Tennessee, to take ' the oath of office before the proper officers, Then followed the introduction of a flood of bills, and Mr. Perkins, of Kansas, reported back the bill for town site entries In Okla homa and the House adjourned. In the Senate on the 7th Senator Voorhees offered a resolution ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 January 1890

THE GREAT BEND DEMOCRAT W. E. STOKE, Publisher. GREAT BEND. - - KANSASJ A MARKET EPISODE. With the noise the brokers made, "With the music Mammon played. Rang- and roared like very Bedlam "The Chicago Board of Trade, "Where the Demon of the Market Xed the discord, bell in hand Pemas, with hia shrieking chorus, Dives, with his bellowing band Till the clamor in the chamber Grew the clamor of a town. And the money -mad halloo. As if battle trumpets blew. Seemed a dithyrambic tempest That would never quiet down. But amid the Babel din 'Came a small magician in. And the tumult quickly dwindled . To a mnrmur low and thin. Thro' that revel hall of Plutus Stole a hush of queer surprise. -All the "bulls" and "bears," enchanted, Dropped their voices and their eyes, For the velvet-footed vision Gliding o'er the marble floor JSoothed them, like a tender spell. To a feeling none would tell. And a look like fathers' faces .Peeping thro' the nursery door. .Twas a curious magic spun Kound the heart...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 January 1890

-y- - THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COPHTY. PAPKB. - (Office in Opera Block) . GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL K. mil. riUbkcr art rrprktr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TEEM OF 8UBSCRIPTIOX CASH. One year...... fl.50 Six months 75 Three months ; , - Entered m second cUm matter at the Great Bend Ksnsss, poatoffice. - mar Ail advertisement or commuuicatlona, to ob tain an Insertion in the Dkmockai , must be banded In by Wednesday noon of each wtek, at the Tery latest. ooTnrnr oommissiojuies. Beport of Business Done at the January jieeung. State of Kansas, I Barton County S ; Office of County Clerk, Jan. 6th 1890. The Board of County Commissioners met in regular session according to law, there being present Henry . Schwier, chairman, and II. Langfield and Geo. X. Moses, members of the board, and D. R. Jones, clerk of said county. Minutes of regular and ad- jaurned meetings read and approved. Ordered that John Rogers be rebat ed $185 valuation on personal property 1889 assessment, act. of erroneous as sessment...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 January 1890

A. S. ALLEN, . DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS0IL8, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. LOCAL COMMENT. D. B. Unruh, of Pawnee Rock, goes on the . Democrat list this week. Commissioner Coughlin has just re covered from an attack of the grippe Religious meetings are continued this week at sorwi of the city churches. It is'nt the minister who sticks closest to his notes that makes the best singer. John Harris, from uptbe Walnut valley, was in the city Saturday on school business. On January 3d John Herms and jmiss Annie f oennies, Doin ot near Clafliu, were married, in Great Bend onerin Jtraut vynson now has an office neatly fitted up in the north-east basement room of the courthouse. E. L. Hotchkiss, having come out on top in a wrestle with the grippe, was up to the county seat, Tuesday. Miss Ida Sirls, of this city, who has been very low with consumption . for some time, is now at the point of death If the weather is decent, and we think it will be, attend the college Sat urday even...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 January 1890

IN CENTRAL AMEEICA. Another Interesting' Letter from a Sunny Land. An Ancient Stone Its Importance la Clearing Up an Historical Controversy v, . Kuln of an Ancient City Some '. ' Hare Relic. Special Correspondence, . Copyrighted, 1889.1 lHE day following my last letter we abando ned our camp at San Lake, taking the trail down its outlet, leading toward the foothills of a high range of mount ains running par allel with the east- ern coast line of Nicaragua- This was done with the double purpose of ascer t9iniTiiiaKniiKa nf th river, as well as to visit a neighboring tribe, who were accredited with the possession of a marvelous stone, termed by the Sambos tilma icalpa, or stone from the stars. They had so long dilated upon the virtues of this wonderful stone un til we were resolved to find out more about it. Two days journey brought us to a was located the village of the chief, or wita, in whose possession was the piedra . antigua that had been the occasion of so many ' miraculous tal...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 January 1890

JACKSON'S DAY. The Admirers or "Old Hickory at Various l'oiuts Throughout the Coaiitry Assem ble to Uo Honor to the 3Jcmory ot th.m - "Victor at New Orleans. A GOVEEXOB'S BAXQrET. New. Yoek, Jan. 0. The Business Men's Democratic Club tendered a baa - quet at the Iloffman House last night to Oovernqrs-elect Boies of Iowa, Camp bell of Ohio, McKinney, of Virginia. - Abbett of New Jersey and Toole of Mon tana. The dinner was also in celebra tion of the battle of New Orleans. Got ernor-elect Abbett was the only one of . those named above who found it possi ble to attend. Tho others sent resets, as did also Governor IlilL Among' those present were Henry Hilton, Ex Governor Hoadley, V. E. Russell, Leon Abbett, J. Edward Simmons, Mayor Cbapin or Brooklyn, W. K. Grace, W. T. AIcManes, John C. Sheehan acd many other lights of the Darty. The following letter of regret from U.x-iresident Cleveland was read: The activity of the members of your club is in airect keeping with that participation i...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 January 1890

DRY GOODS HACKER BROS. A FEW THINGS THAT SHOULD HOT BE LOST SIGHT OF! 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. - HATS AHD CAPS AWAY WAY DOWN. Oh! Yes, it pays to trade at HACKER BROS. THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHfY PAPER. 11.50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. - WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR . . GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS LOOAL SHORT STOPS. Nye and Riley Feb. 24th. Money talks and it talks cents, too. A cat has nine lives, and occasionally kit-ten. . ' VUU1C ITC j a,tvy O wings Hardware Co. Melvine Ingersoll, of Great Bend, has been granted a pension. . Hahn & McMican will remove to the WiUner block by Feb. 1st. Quarterly examination of teachers the last Saturday in this mont...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 January 1890

o,.a. .. - MAI DEM LL OFFICIAL FAFBJt OF S A ORTOiT COUNTY. VOLUME VI. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1890. NUMBER 43 MA Wl THE ALLIABOE. The All Usee bids defiance To monopolies and rings, To the Tice and derieea That corruption always brings. I've a notion that devotion To its principles and aims, Will moat surely and securely Tear from us our galling chains. With great patience and endurance ' We hare born a heavy weight; f By our labors, on oar shoulders -We support the "Ship oZ State." Shall we meekly and completely " Bow our necks to farther wrong? -Shall we blindly and supinely Listen to the Siren's song? 8hall the wealthy and the lordly Tap our veins for farther blood? Shall we nourish, that it flourish. All this Tile and grasping horde? Let us, rather, Join together, That our rights we may maintain; That this giant, so defiant, May be numbered with the slain! Let us rally, hill snd valley; Press and pulpit, urge our canse! Bench and anvil, plow and spindle, Help ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 January 1890

THE DEXIOCRAT WILL E. STOKE. EDITOR , . ' " AND PROPRIETOR, CJREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. THE WOULD AT LARGE. Cmnmaiy of ' the Dally News. ' COWGKESSIONAT Tra Seiate transacted no botlneu of fren eral Importance on the 13th. Several public ' tralldlngs bills were reported. A bill passed lor a railroad bridge across the Missouri Xiver in Nebrank. Ri-mtnr Plnmb addressed Qe Senate on his resolution relating to the lease of certain islands in Alaska, and the Senate adjourned upon being notified of the proceedings In the House regardingthe death of. Representative Kelley....In the House a .- report was made by the committee Investi gating the Sllcott defalcation and a bill offered appropriating $75,000 to cover ' the defalcation. A minority report, was also submitted. . Under the call of States many bills and resolutions were offered. - The Ok . . Jahoma Townsite bill was then considered in Committee of the Whole until adjournment. : Ih the Senate on the 14th the bill to declare trusts and c...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 January 1890

THE DEMOCRAT . a w i r - rnlTflP AND PROPRIyOB. &RE AT BEVD. - - - - - KANSAS. ; BURNING DRIFTWOOD. Before my driftwood lire I sit, - And nee with every waif I burn, . Old dreams and fancies coloring it. And folly's unlaid gbosts return. . O ships of mine whose swift keels cleft The enchanted sea on which they sailed. Are these poor fragments only left Of Tain desires and hopes that failed T , Did I not watch from them the light Of sunset on my towers in Spain, And see, far off, uploom In sight The Happy Isles I might not gain? Did sudden lift of fog reveal Arcadia's vales of song and spring. And did I pass, with grazing keel. The rocks whereon the sirens slngt Save I not drifted hard npon The unmapped regions lost to man. The cloud-pitched tents of Preater John, The palace domes of Kubla Khan? Did land winds blow from jasmin flowers. Where youth the ageless fountain fills? Did love make sign from rose-blown bowers, And gold from Eldorado's hills? Alas ! the gallant ships that s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 January 1890

OFFICIAL C0UH7Y: PAPER, .' ! (Office in Opera Block) - ' GREAT BEND, : . KANSAS. WILL E. STCIX, roklkker rrsprktar. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OP SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year .. l.fl.50 Six months .... " ' .75 Three months... 1 SO Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. . All adTertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, most be banded in oj weanesaay noon oi eacn weex, at me very BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW . mmiim i baiia. UlUoirxxajja at litre? i ADea-Habbard Keefc in. Imoucioau - xlbicx.o. coxs Oownty Aissraey. v COLE BBOTHEBS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offlo In Court Noose. hllwsii ynss.ttOis, D. J. NEWTON, ROTARY PUBLIC. J. H. JENtflSON. Attornes-at-Larr, Quick J? arm Loans at Ijow Kates. Eastern Lands to Exchange For Kansas Lauds, ftoopx 6, Allen-Hubbard Block. J. RICHCREEX, fiflorne) at Lai and Rclaij Public OSSce over Moss Grocery Store, GREAT BEST). - - KAS. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS V. L. CHESTER, M. D. PHYSICIAN an...

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