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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 July 1890

GRANDFATHER'S; FOURTH. EANDFAT her ' "WATTS used to tell us boy a "That a Fourth wa'n't a Fourth without any noise. " - He would say, with -' a thump of his hickory stick, That it made- an American right down tick To see his sons on tbe Nation's day Sit round in a sort of a listless way, With no oration and no train band, No flre-work show and no root-beer stand. Whilo his grandsons, before they were out of bibs, Were ashamed great Scott 1 to fire off squibs. And so each Independence morn Grandfather Watts took his powder-horn, And the flint-lock shotgun A father had . When he fought undr Schuyler, a country lad. And Grandfather Watts would start and tramp Ten miles to the woods at Beaver Camp; For Grandfather Watts used to . say and scowl That a decent chipmunk or woodchuck or owl Was better company, friendly or shy, 4" nan folks who didn't keep Fourth of July. eVnd so he would pull his hat down on his ' brow. And march for the woods, sou'cast by sou. But once ah Hong, long years a...

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. — 3 July 1890

THE MORIBUND SURPLUS. meta bd Figures AVhlcb, Should Set People to Thinking. In his annual report Secretary Win flom stated that the aggregate receipts into the treasury from all sources during the last fiscal year were $387,050,05'.), and the total expenditures, including sinking fund, were $329,579,929, leaving clear surplus of S57,470,130. The Secretary also reported the aggre gate receipts, actual and estimated, for the fiscal year whits ends with this month at 83S5, 000,000 and me aggregate xpenditures, including sinking fund, t $341,321,117, leaving a clear surplus Of 543,678, 8S3. The Secretary also estimated that the aggregate receipts for the next fiscal year would be 385,000,000, and the ex penditures, including sinking fund, 1341,430,478, leaving a surplus of S43, 569,522. And the President embodied hese figures in his message, adding the femaik that this estimated surplus for next year "is more likely to be in creased than reduced when the actual transactions are written...

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. — 3 July 1890

July ill, 1B90, Grand Celebration! 5TBE DEMOCRAT. (Oflc in Opera E locfc) CHEAT : KANSAS. IUl-tTMt, filiate errsprietsr. . PUBLISHED WEEKLY VIM OV 8UaCRIPTION CASH. OH' -50 gix moots J Tars months 50 .Aitm f ssrond clS,mtter at the Great Bend All adeertisenjents or communication, to ob tain an In I iun in the DkmocraT, must be banded la by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very Judge Foster, on tbe 1st, released XL . Marshall, a Lawrence o. p. man, on a writ of habeas corpus, and he has gone on with his business as though no interruption had occurred. Thk Senate, on the 1st inst., passed the bill for the admission of Idaho, as a state. New Mexico will not be let in under this administration, though she has double the population of Idaho. New Mexico is democratic. The Hutchinson News of last Sun day published a number of letters from different prominent attorneys through the state, in which they gave their opinion as to what is best to be done t get Kansas prohibition out of the so...

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. — 3 July 1890

A. S. ALLEN, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. A. E. Rowell and Mose Fletcher have concluded arrangements for a match trotting race J to come off at the Gre t Bend driving park some time in August. Let us have order about the speak ers' stand on the 4th. If you do not desire to hear the speaking, don't pre vent others from doing so by making La racket. Attention, Farmers! I am now prepared to Insure your grow ing crops against HAIL. Please call on me at once. 11. B. WARREN, Room 2, Willner Block, GREAT BEND, KANS. In the old, Tried and Relia ble Home, of N. Y., on good Farm Property, in 5 year, an nual installments. Call on JOHN F. LEWIS, Agt. LOCAL COMMENT. THE GLORIOUS rOUETH. MOENISG. Joy in the morning Hurrah for the Fourth: We hail the great Day of our Nation; Proudly we raise Freedom's banner'aloft. " And crow o'er the " r Whole of creation. noon . Glee at the noon-day ( 1 "Fizz, rattlety bang:" We join in the Festive commotion; A jubi...

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. — 3 July 1890

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR . CEEAT BESD, - - - - KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. The New York Court of Appeals has affirmca judgments against the sugar trust. . J " " 4.-' - Tm lL.Eft.SEPS is in a precarious state of health, end if is feared he will not long survive. . bM threatened strike of the dock la borers of Sydney, Australia, has been fverted by a compromise. The late Thomas C Sloane, of New ork, has left 2?5,000 for a Sloane hemical laboratory at Yale College. HE German Government proposes to gela the Alsatian passport regulations freatly iia favor of railroad passengers. friction of millions of shoes has orn the original smoothness from the flooring of the Brooklyn bridge promen- tin San Francisco Chamber of Com fcerae has adopted a resolution favoring the coinage of 5,000,000 silver dollars ,toPthly. ; vrv brewer and -distiller tn Balti more has been indicted by the grand utj of that city for violating the new Sigh license law. ffirg House Committee on Invalid Pen fSofte ...

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. — 3 July 1890

r CLEOPATRA. .Being an Account of the Fall and Vengeance of Harmachis, the Royal Egyptian, AS SET POETH BY HIS OWS HAM). ITy H. Rider Haggard, Mthor of " King Solomon Mine," " She," " Allan Quatemuin," Etc. Etc, Etc ifctaatrated by WICHOLIk, after CATOIC W003 VXULX and OHSrETSSTECAOKSr. CHAPTER X"V"VT, . l-LAf BTTPPER o CLEOPATRA; B050 OT . tHABJUOS; B RISKING OF THS DRAUGHT OF death; re via li no or hakjcachis; SUM MONING OT THE 6 PI SITS BT HARMACHIS; AND riSALLT THE DEATH Or CLEOPATiA. N THE morronv Cleopatra, haying besought leave of Caesar, visited the tomb of Antony, crying that the Gods of Emit had de- , . rj r when she had kissed the coffin and covered it with lotus flowers, she came back, bathed, anoinnd herself, put on her I mGbis p lendid robes, aad, to gether with Iras, Oharmion and myself, .-she supped. Now, as she supped, her spirit flared up wildly, even as the sky lights up at sunset; and once more she laughed and .-sparkled as in bygone years, telling us tales of su...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 July 1890

IX DBT GOODS mam We have received many new things in Dry Goods, Boots Shoes, Hats and Caps for early Spring wear. Our store is headquarters for people wish ing to buy a goodly supply of goods with a limited' amount of money. Our farmer friends should avail themselves of this, as we cheerfully show goods whether you buy or not. Kindly remember us and come to our Store. GRATEFULLY, HACKER BROS. GROCERIES AND To Members Alliance! YOU will hereby take notice that we have secured the contract to furnish groceries to the members of the order in the ounty. Our stock is all Fresh and Clean, our Weights and Measures Full, and we invite a Fair and Impartial Trial of our Goods. Come ONE AND ALL . THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHfY PAPER. II $1.50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. II WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BLND, - - KANSAS - 1IAY0ES PE00LAMATI0U'. Great Bend, Kans., June 24, 1890. Whereas The citizens of the city o Great Bend have made extensive arrangements to celebrate the fourth day of J...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 July 1890

BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. THE OFFICIAL . ALLIANCE PlPER FOBBAKTOifCO. " 1;: OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON OOXTISTI ' J VOLUME VII. V , GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1890. NUZIBEft. 15. ' , - fc I . . , If A GEAND SUCCESS. The Celebration of the 4th in Great Bend one of the Eest Ever Held in the County. The result of the united efforts of the citizens in this city in getting up a celebration w as better than anticipated by the most sanguine. The weather was all that could have been desired, a cooling breeze from the southeast rustled the' leaves of the shady trees and freshened the atmosphere to the busy 'multitudes. Early in the morning wagons loaded with joyous children and patriotic grown folks began to gather in the city from all points of the compas. Every 'train also brought crowds of happy people,-and by the hour for starting the grand parade the streets were crowded with teams and the sidewalks a busy scene of gaily dressed humanity mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 July 1890

GETTING EVEN. Itaw "Wife Cured Her Husband - of Croin&r Out Nights. ' r''T . f r..'- :'" ! . . J - - - r I , W VB8-: CARTER had only -been married a short time. ;. Jut ..her husband had already begun to go out at nights. One evening she said to him: "You are not going out again to-night,, are you, Henry?" . ' "Y es,' my dear.." ... . "And '' where are you going, if I may ask?" "Oh, I am only going to 6pend the evening with a few friends.' I will take the front door key along so you will not need to get up on my ac count." : ' ; .- ; , Mrs. Carter sighed.3 : i ' 1 ' . ' . "This is the fifth night you have been ' away from home this week and left me here alone," said Mrs. Cartcr.Tutterly. "I doif"t see why people get married at If that is the way' they do. It I was onlyan old maid I could at least go to bed afeA go to sleep. . I would not be Obliged to lay awake' half . the . night Qfiting t9 hear you come stumbling up Qhe stairs, ft's really too bad, Henry, Ooo bat." Emma, you su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 July 1890

HENDRICKS HONCRlD. Cxi Sailing of Ills Munument at Indiana polia fminaM Throng: in Attendance Sen tttor Turple'a Tr.Uo.te- isDiAfAPOLis, Ind., July 2. The Cfttjr. thronged yesterday with isitots to the unvailing' of the Slendricks monument. Governor Campbell an& party, of Ohio, and Gov rnot Hill and party t of New York, ar tiVSs Monday, and imong the earliest rrfcvals ras Governor Francis, of Mis souri Early in the morning a delega tion of the Cook. 'County Democracy, 800 trong-, accompanied, by the famous Sec ond regiment band, came in by special train from Chicago, followed a little later t j a iif delegation from the Iroquois Club. Fiviun4rei members f theDuck- (rth Clue from Cincinnati next put in Bn, ppeara"ttce. About every eivii and Military tanitioa in Indiana and &aj f9omOhio, Illinois, Kentucky &nd Jjf isscuTa were represented. The tiarade moved about tea o'clock. At the monutnetit the exercises consist (ief velcomin address by Governor JJovey, nnnsic by a chor...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 July 1890

THE PEMQCRAT. OFFICIAL COPMT PAPS&V (Office ia Opera Koclf) GREAT BEND, : . KANSAfe. WILIS. HSU, lMkter m4 rrvyrfcUr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TESM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH- OA year....... Mx month ThiM months. . ......... ......... ... .75 Entered aa second "class matter St the Great Bend postoffice. : ' aWAU advertisements or commoolcaUons, to ob tain an Insertion in theDmiocBAT, must be handed la by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very (VmntyOential Committee. "'. Thcre will be a meeting of the demo cratic county central committee, at the Leland hojftl. Great Bend, on Saturday, ' July 19th, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of calling a'democfatic county convention to select delegates to the . state convention, and also to the con- gressional convention for the 7th con gressional district. Fred Ztjtavenr, Chairman. Will E. Stoke, Secretary. A compromise has been reached by the republicans on the silver question, and free coinage is doomed. The bill agreed upon provides for the purs...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 July 1890

A. S. ALLEN, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. Attention, Farmers! Iam now prepared to Insure'your grow. ing crops against HAIL. " Plea$e call on me at once. . Tt. B. WARREN, Room 2, Willner Block, GREAT BEND, KANS. In the old, Tried and Relia ble Home, of N.Y., on good FaVm Property, in 5 year, an nual installments. Call on JOHN F. LEWIS, Agt. LOCAL COM M ENT. Balloon assensign, July 17tb. Free show. " Deputy Sheriff Tom Mallory was over fronf Hoisington, Wednesday. ' A new boy is reported at the home of Mr. aud Mrs. J. H. Sterrctt, south side of town. The St. Louis store is making a special run on shoes this week. See their new ad. Democratic ceutral committee meet ing at Great Bend Saturday of next week, the 19th. Judge Bailey held a Special session of court, Tuesday, to entertain motions, make confirmations etc.. Sheriff Frank Wilson visiied Wichita county, this week, in the interests o Barton county. Will Welch had a little runaway tp. ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 July 1890

THE DEMOCRAT : WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR ; ' AXt PKOPKIKTOE. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS. . CURRENT COMMENT. - j A toub of Spain' has been marked down in the ' itinerary of Whistler the Artist's summer outing. - - Ths Fourth was celebrated very quietly in Washington. Very few mem bers of either house were to be seen. Anna, daughter of George Ehret, the 27ew York brewer now in Berlin, is en gaged to Baron Zedlitz, an officer in the rtillery. . An English plaintiff has recovered damages and costs for injuries done to his clothes by a barbed wire fence while walking along a public path after dark. John Wilmot, Superintendent of Fish Culture, of Canada, who has been in Newfoundland, denies that there is any euch wild indignation there oyer the French claims as had been reported. D. O. Mills, banker, has left New York for California for the purpose of preparing for the erection In San Fran cisco of a duplicate of the famous Mills building on Wall'street. He will employ Chicago architects to p...

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. — 10 July 1890

CE UP AND DOING. u Jiso! lor the day i passing. And you lie dreaming on; Tho others bay buckled their armor, .". And forth to flbt are gone; Jl place ia the ranks aw&iu yon, Each man has some part to play Tie past and the future are nothing In the face of the stern to-day. - Rise from your dreams of the future. Of gaining some hard-fought field? Of storming some air fortress. Or bidding some giant yield; , . Your future has deeds of glory. Of honor God grant it may ! But your arm will nerer be stronger. Or the need so great as to-day. Rise! if the past detains you. Her sunshine and storms forget. :2?o claims so unworthy to hold you As those of vain regret ; Sad or bright, she Is lifeless forever. Cast her phantom arms away, iKor lookback sare to learn the lesson Of a nobler strife to-day. : Rise 1 for the day Is passing! The low sound that you scarcely hear lis the enemy marching to battle Arise ! for the foe is here ! .Stay not to sharpen your weapons, Or the hour will strike a...

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 July 1890

V : DRY GOODS nn III m iu We wish to Close Out the balance of our Summer stock of Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps. In order to do so we have made prices on some which 'ought to sell the goods quick. If you want bar- gains that ARE bargains, come and see us. GROCERIES AND To Members Alliance! ..... YOU will hereby take notice that we have secured the contract to furnish groceries to the members of the order in the county. Our stock is all Fresh and Clean, our Weights and Measures Full, and we invite a Fair and Impartial Trial of our Goods. Come ONE AND ALL THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPBR. il 11 .80 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR ' ' AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BKND, - - KANSAS LOCAL SHOBT STOPS. 'For right is right since God is God, - And right the day must win; To doubt it Is disloyalty. To falter ia to sin." If you are anxious to get along well hare it dug deep. Alliance convention at Hoisington Friday, July 18th. ' J. B. Owings wants to show you farm implement...

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. — 10 July 1890

THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN COUNTY. BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. THE OFFICIAL ALLIANCE COUNTY PAPER. OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON COUNTY. VOL. VII. GREAT BEND, KANSAS JULY 4. 1890. NO. XIV. THE GLORIOUS FOURTH. MOBNINO. Joy in the morning Hurrah for the Fourth! We hail the great Day of our Nation; -Proudly we raise Freedom's banneraloft. And crow o'er the Whole of creation. NOON Glee at the noon-day "Fizz, rattlety bang!" We join in the Festive couiniotiou; A jubilant uproar . Resounds on the air And echoes from Ocean to ocean. NIGHT. Sorrow at evening "Oh! sad is the hour!" There's mourning And great tribulation; Columbia weeps o'er The wounds of her young Who joined iu the Grand celebration . EDITORIAL C0M1EIT. This paper is an ''original package" of Kansas manufacture It was made, condensed, and. bottled at our office in the basement, ot the old opera house . block, and is warranted to bring ood cheer to ail who partake of it and are influenced by its teachings. The 'Supreme Court" of popu...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 July 1890

at each Under the provisions of this law all j 4. i tll( THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COPHTY PAPBR. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL E. STOKE, rrtlisher ami rrtprletor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TEEM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year ..$1.50 Six months.... 75 Three months 60 Joseph Medill To The Farmers. The farmers of the west do not need to be told who Joseph Medill is. He is not only the editor of the Chicago Tribune, the leading republican paper of the northwest, but he is a man of broad information, wide reading, stud ious habits, serious thought and earnest devotion to any cause which he espouses. For this reason his words ought to appeal with especial force to the repub lican farmers of Kansas and Nebraska. And following is what he said concern ing the relations of a high tariff and the American farmer, the occassion being the assembling in Chicago of representative republicans from the various counties of Illinois for consul tation as to the welfare of the party: " Where, th...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 July 1890

1. VY. Hj. Huttman and son, ry, were up to the county seat. rsd VISIONS OF LONG AGO. BV C. P. WELLS, 7ATHKBOP WELLS BROS. The sun has gone down in the beautiful west; 'Tin the hour for repose, when all nature should rest. But the silvery moon and the stars gentle glow Bring back to me visions of long, long ago. Bright days of my boyhood are with me again, And visions of bappineas flit through my brain; The joys and the sorrows of many past years Come back to me fast, with their sunshine and tears. Ob, the loved ones of yore, so tender and true; Ah, many were there that my early years knew. Many eyes that beamed brightly and fondly for me, No more on earth's pathway I ever will see; For their beautiful forms now lie 'neath the sod, And their sweet, gentle spirits are resting with God. Long years have passed o'er me, ncy step is now slow, And my hair, once eo dark, now is turning to snow; And I soon will rejoin those loved ones once more, For already the boatman is nearing the shore T...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 July 1890

thereof at each executve j m;;;;;;;;:;;;:. 1 UU UU1 vj Have our readers noticed the fact that, for the last few years, or since the ditches have been completed, that part of the state where there are plenty of irrigating ditches has had seasonable rains, while other localities have suffered? If this be so, would it not, in all reasou, be well to try the experi ment of creating ponds and lakes all over the country wherever possible? If there was a general movement in that direction we have not the least doubt of beneficial results. With a concert of action throughout the west ern or prairie states, congress could be . made to aid the farmers in thus cre ating rainfall, and it certainly is worth while trying for that result. The alliance would do well to study this matter and see if there is not some thing in it worth working for. What would be the expense of building small dams wherever there is a draw of suf ficient size to make a pond? Why would not an abundance , of ponds or small...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 July 1890

t (1 c3 THE LARGEST CIRCULATIO BARTON DEMOCRAT THE OFFICIAL ALLIANCE PAPER FOR BARTON CO. , IN THE COUNTY V - 4 0? . - J - OEFIOIAXj paper of barton ootjnty . 0 VOLUME. V II. . - 0 : 0 0 o - a 9 GJREIt oBEIsID, KANSAS. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1890, . a ', NUMBER. 16 ' - -m'o' ' - P , - ' 9 - q ' . b . o - c c 5 CT I " " i : Z i ' 1 ' H"i ' ; ; : r THE ALLIANCE DEMONSTRATION. A Large Gathering and Tilling Speeches by Prominent Men in the . Work. c ."The incwnvenientiuultitude:' 0 . They came,ith jioiup aid glory., . With banner and with song; Add as they strung theirhosU alfjng6 The busy streets, their numbes told " A story that nanght oJseAut. such aXhrong Could tell. Strong in the right t ' And conscious of their might, a o q The "hayseeds" eapturejl our faiiv town, And, "ready for the fray," Their hosts, ja Jbright array, 1 c Were marshalled, .Sere tfj win the day. Thursday last w;a3 another galaday in the history of Gre&t Bend.: -On tiiaf day the members-of the farmers alli ance c...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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