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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 9 October 1890

THE BOWSERS. Mr. Bs Excited, ideas About Spon taneous' Combustion. OON after supper the other even ing, Mr. Bow ser slipped 4 up stairs, and as his action looked very mysterious, to me I followed him. I found him - overhaul ing the clothes basket. , "Mrs. Bow ser he began by way of ex planation, "do you know that wo have had a close call a dozen close calls from being burned alive in oar beds?" 'Lands, no! What do you mean?" 'I mean that there hasn't been an hour in the twenty-four since we moved into this house that it was not liable to take fire. In other words, we have been slumbering on the edge of a volcano." "Why, Mr. Bowser!" "Nothing1 but the hand of Providence has prevented a groat disaster," he con- MR. BOWSER KICKED AT THE CAT. tinued, as he dumped the last of the clothes out of the hamper. "But what has that hamper to do with it?" "Every thing. Mrs. Bowser, did you ever hear of spontaneous combustion?" "Of course." "Well, there hasn't been a day that all the elements nec...

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. — 9 October 1890

WORK OF ; CONGRESS. Bills Passed and Borne That Are latsrwstliis; Summary of What CongreM Has DoM-InentM of Appropriations ' Bills That HaTs No Beeoma . Was HTOQTO. Sept 80v Th recrd of the business of the first session f the Fltty-Srss Coogress is sa Important one. In the Sea ate debate on the Tariff bl 1 was brongbt to an en-l only by an agreement on the part of the members ofathe majority tbst the Fed eral Elections bill would not be called up at thU session. Th- bill, therefore, goesoren The actual work accomplished Is of- es pecist Interest because It la the first Con gress In many years In which one of. the two great political parties bad control of bath the legislative and exeentrre branches of the Government. A change in rates of cus toms duties has practically been brought about, a number of very Important changes In the existing law having been agreed to In conference and approved by the llouse. They need n w only the approval of the Senate and the President. The feature o...

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. — 9 October 1890

in JL jI 3 We are better prepared than ever to sell y ou lllil HATO niUU CAPS. ... Our assortment never was so good, and our prices speak for themselves. Come and see: our novel .way oi advertising, xt can not help but please you. It is a duty you owe to yourself to come and look us over. We will make you welcome, whether you buy or not. SINCERELY YOURS, p. S. Bost 10c Cotton Batt in the World. GROCERIES AND To Hemte 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 1 ALL ?8gyK & WELCH - THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL CODHTY. PAPER. j tl.SO PER TEAR, IN ADVANCE. . WILL EL STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT. BEND, - - KANSAS LOCAL COMMENT. J. B. Owings wants to show farm Implements of all kinds. you s F.'Schindler, of Ellin wood, was a caller at this office Saturday ...

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. — 16 October 1890

COU THE LARGEST CIROTUiATION IN THE COUNTY. PUBLISHED IX THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. ? BARTON NTY DEMOCRAT. OPFJOIAL PAPBR.OF BARTON COUNTY VOLUME YII. ... ; : . - . GREAT BEND,. 'KANSAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 16, 1890. ; , , NUMBER, it). HDITOBIAL OOlfllEHT. A vote for the resubmission ' ticket is a vote for men who mean what they say, and are not 'afraid to say what they tbink. I C v ; Cauaway wants us to name the ticket nominated on the ' 4th- Well here it is: "The winner, for money, marbels or chalk." ' '' -A A vote for K. F. Pleger, for' super intendent of . schools, will be a vote for one of the best educated and ' most competent men in Barton county. "Si; uprises" were all the rage at the people's party county convention held at Hoisington, and if we read the political horoscope aright there are more ''surprises to be annound after the 4th of November. . : Iowa was for many years the hot bed of republican jobbery, just as Kan sas is to-day. But the people5 united inOherdlc effort t...

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. — 16 October 1890

THE DEMOCRAT - WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR ASP PROPRIETOR. GEEAT BEND, - - - . KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. Tbk shippers of milk to Chicago hare tinder consideration a project to do away with middlemen . and supply customers 'direct. Russia, will begin the construction of the Trans-Siberian railway at once. Government officials will hare complete control. The British Government denies that fever prevails to an alarming extent among the grenadier guards now in Bermuda. Director-General Gkoroe R. Davis, of the Chicago World's Fair, has issued an address to the press of the country to render all .the assistance possible to the great project Miss Fasxy D. Mtjhfree, who is the author of the serial story "Felicia, in the Atlantic Monthly, is a sister of Miss Mary Murfree, better known as Charles Egbert Craddock. Governor Ross, ot Texas, has received a check from Washington for $145,037, which is the balance due the State from the United States for defense against Indian and Mexican raids. ' That po...

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. — 16 October 1890

o 9 t i The J4alf-6fecd. - . A Romance of Colonial Days. BY BOTTFTBT A. CUMXDfQ. comrniGHT, 1830. . , CHAPTER X. JASB'S METHOD. At sunset of the day on which Jabo returned to the camp, the Mohawks brought iQ the news that the enemj was advancing in forthwith the Hurons .in the van as usual, and through the -night the sentinels heard sounds which q indicated their proximity. The dawn -of morning revealed an earthwork, sur mounted bg the branches of trees, through Qhich protruded the muz :zles of two small cannons. "It iO fortunate that this bank -of th river is the . higher," :said Renwick, ' peering through the intervals of the logs which formed the breastwork, "elso they would make it unpleasantly warm for us. Let me rsee if they are awake .yet." He raised his hat above the rampart and was con Qnccd of the fact of their wakefulness "by tbo whizz of a bullet which tore away ; part of sbe brim. "HuronsP he mut tC"d. The Frenchmen are not so -quick on the trigger. They are too close, ...

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. — 16 October 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUDIY PAPER. : (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TEBM OF 8 U BSCBIPTION CASH. OHTW .. fl-80 8Ix months.... Three months. Enter m second elssa matter at the Great Bend Tumi, postotnce. sWAll advertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion la the Dxmockat, mart M handed la by Wednesday noon of aach week, at the very DEIOOBATIO SE3UBUIE3I0H STATE TIOgET. For Governor, CHARLES ROBINSON. For Lieutenant Governor, D. A. BANTA. For Secretary of State. S. G. ISETT. For State Treasurer, THOMAS KERRY. For State Auditor, JOSEPH DILLON. For Attorney General, JOHN N. IVES. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, M. H. WOOD. For Chief Justice, . M. B. NICHOLSON. , For Congress, 7th District, JERRY SIMPSON, The People's Candidate. Euton County Resubmission Ticket. For Representative, ' W. PECK. For County Attorney, C F. DIFFENBACHER. For Probate Judge, G. R. ARCHER, For Clerk ot District Court, w. r. bcxting. For Superintendent of Sch...

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. — 16 October 1890

'"iilfl r .'; Our Prices are the Stunners. PERSONAL. Goodheart got a calf the other night. I ; Will Bunting visited Claflin Wed-J nesday. Alias Ella Day is teaching school near Albert. ' Mrs. W. F. Moore has - removed to Topeka to live. - T. H. Butler and wife visited Topeka this week. ' ' John Ty per was over from Hoising ton Saturday last. , John Hubbard and wife visited Topeka this week. Will Liegg, of this city, will remove OUR LIBERALITY IS OUR SUCCESS! Owinsr to the Liberal Patronage given us during the Mr John will wtiv n.n th past year, and wishing to show our appreciation, we shall Leland hotel, in this city. give away on Christmas Eve., this year, December 24, 1890, Minnie Eby, of this city, is visiting the following pre sents ' friends in Seekirk, Kansas. ' ' . , Mrs. Smith Shockey returned home One Set Chinaware, 114 Pieces; One Road Cart, Ann Cut Ql Tiff lfl TJOTTIOOC with C. Samuels and wife this week. Ullu OUl UlllgiG flalilUOj. Rev. Frank Pitkin and wife were shoDnin...

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

IRISH LACE-MAKING. The Art Introduced Nearly Two Hundred Tears Aga Persistant Efforts to Make the Industry Soeceafal Convent Schools The Ce ti ers of the Business Demand for Crochet Work. ' Lace-making in Ireland, regarded as something more than a name to coyer kindly meant but spasmodic efforts to find employment for the poor, has to compete, says an English magazine, with lace-making in other parts of the world. The art of making lace by hand has been pursued for close upon four hun dred years. in Italy, the Netherlands and franco, and it is by a comparison with the industry in theso countries that an idea can be gained of Ireland's standing in tbe same field. In its ear liest days lace-making abroad, practiced as it was by peasant women and relig ious communities, secured tho support of a clientele of patrons, whose whimsi cal tastes stimulated the exercise of artistic Invention and subtle handicraft. DESIGNING LACE PATTEIJN3 AT THE POOB C1.ARKS CONVENT, KKNMARK. But whenever tha...

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. — 16 October 1890

THE PRESIDENT. Topeka Gives the Chief Magis trate an Ovation. President Harrison Reserved By the Old Soldiers With, Hoch KnthoAlaam Tbe Great Day of the Reunion A Splen did Street Parade. Topeka, Kan., Oct 1L The Presi dential train arrived at, 10:30 yes terday. The Topeka delegation had srone to St Joseph the evening be fore in a special Santa Fe car which was made a part of the Presidential train. Aboard the special car were Governor Humphrey, Chief Justice Horton. Ira F. Collins, department commander of the G. A. E. ; Captain George R. Peck, at torney for the Santa Fe; Mayor Cofran and the Topeka central committee. Senator Ingalls boarded the train when it stopped at lorth Topeka and re mained with the Presidential party un til it left for Kansas City. As the President stepped on to the platform and the crowd gave way good naturedly, no matter in what direction the eye turned it looked on nothing but bunting and human faces. Carriages were in waiting, and while the Presi dential ...

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. — 16 October 1890

DRY GOODS AND ID) ft We are better prepared Dry. Goods, HATS Our assortment never was so good, and bur prices speak for themselves. Come and see onr novel way of advertising. It can not help but please you. It is a duty you owe to yourself to come and look us over. We will make you welcome, whether you buy or not. j S. Bust 10c Cotton GROCERIES AND To Members . YOU f 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 Weight and Measures Full, and we invite a Fair and Impartial Trial of our Goods. Come ' ONE AND ALL 'FOSBURC & WELCT. THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. tl 51.50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS A. S. ALLEN, t DEALEIi'lN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS, 'OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. LOCAL COMMENT. Call for bargains at G. N. & E. R. Moses. One week in which to register. Do not neglect it until too late. ...

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. — 23 October 1890

THE LARGEST v CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY t BARTON COVN Y BE PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF. THE PEOPLE. 1 : ; . ) ., , , OFFICIAL , PAPER OF BARTON OOTJISTTY VOLUME VII. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890. NUMBER. SO 7 EDITORIAL COMMENT. 'Wanted-Some . good, healthy appearing lies to tell oijJerry Simpson, Those on band won't wash. Please call immediately on Rep. Congressional Committee." GAL.A.TIA. seems about the only place in Barton county where the republican prohibitionsts can get a crowd out to their speakings. How many more meetings are you going to have there during this campaign? According to the census report liar tor county ha3 increased 2,786 in popu lation since 1880. The only two counties in the 7th congressional dis trict to show a decrease in population "are Pawnee 196, and Rush 292. We know many gentlemen who, Ovvo yeai;s ago, talked high protection nd straight republicanism as laid down by the bosses, who are now taking Che field for resubmission and again...

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. — 23 October 1890

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AXD FUOI'EIETOE. GREAT BEND. - KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. . Thk centennial of the founding of Gallipolis, Q., by French immigrants, "was celebrated on the 17th. Governor Campbell, of Ohio, and Governor Flem ing, of West Virginia, were present and spoke. Thk report of Senator Edmunds con templated resignation is announced as absurd by that gentleman. He has noth ing to do with the present Vermont Legislature as the question of his elec tion does not come up until 1892. Official statistics show that 100,000 persons are out of employment in Lom bard, 60,000 in Piedmont and 50.000 in Bomagna and Southern Italy. The con dition of most of these unfortunates borders upon destitution and the results of the industrial stagnation are likely to be very serious. Shax Daulkt, a Moslem fanatic, is preaching a holy war in Afghanistan for the expulsion of the Russians from Cen tral Asia. He is creating much excite ment among the Mahommedans of that region and has man...

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. — 23 October 1890

The dalfBteed. A Romance of Colonial Days. by Robert a. cuiainrQ. L copyright, 1890. 1 CHAPTER XL CosTmiED. "When the remains were exhumed if rom the ruins, Ariel observed that the -teeth were larger than those of Mile. Destain and he resolved to search for the :Stilleto and the belt buckle, which he thought were most likely to resist the fire. For these his search was vain, and what he did find he. carried to Mrs. Ver non to whom he confided his discovery. That lady was in the habit of visiting .-and ministering to the wants of the sick of her people, and she quickly seized another Jink in the chain of evidence. Taking Ariel with her she proceeded at once to the river-bank, where she found the woman sho wanted, seated on the ground, her bead bowed down and cov--ered with her blanket. Mrs. Vernon laid her hand on her shoulder and spoke a few words in her own language. - The woman unvailed her face on which the lines of hopeless anguish wero traced in. deepest furrows. "The daughter ...

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. — 23 October 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHIY PAPBR. ' (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEtfD, : KANSAS. Wmt. IT9U, f ilita a4 Prssrlrter. PUBLISHED WEEKLY , TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. Omm 7nr..M. Mz months , Three mod tha... ...... .$1 M . .75 Entered u second elan matter at the Great Bend Iinwi, potto ffice. "All ad vertlsements or communications, to ob tain an tnsertloa in the Dkmockat, taxxn oe nanaeo. la by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. DEUOOBATIO BESUBMISSIOH STATE TICKET. Far Goverror, CHARLES ROBINS' 3. For Lieutenant Governor, D. A. BANT A. For Secretary of State. S. G. ISETT. For State Treasurer, THOMAS KLRBY. For 8Ute Auditor, JOSEPH DILLON. For Attorney General, JOHN N. IVES. For Superintendent of Public Instruction,: M. H. WOOD. For Chief Justice, M. B. NICHOLSON. For Congress, 7th District, JERRY SIMPSON, The People's Candidate. . Barton County Refrabmissiori Ticket. O For Representative, W. F. PECK. For County Attorney. C F. DIFFENBACHER. For Probate Judge, G. B. ARCH...

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. — 23 October 1890

ft IE (ME TO Our Prices are OUR LIBERALITY IS OUR SUCCESS! Owing to the Liberal Patronage . given us during the past yj3ai', and wishing to show, our appreciation, we shall give away on Christmas Eve., this year, December 24, 1890, the following pre sents - One Set Ghinaware, 114 Pieces; One Road Cart, One Set Single Harness. Every purchaser of merchandise to the extent' of $1.00 wil be entitle1 to a ticket. These goods were purchased in our city of a first class reliable house; and are a No. 1 goods. OUR PRICES , will be found to be the lowest and our goods the finest, as we don't handle shoddy goods. THE RELIABLE STAR CLOTHIM HOUSE. INSURANCE I wish to say to my patrons and those desiring insurance, that I am making a special business of FIRE, LIGHTNING and TORNADO Insur ance, and can give you a good clean contract and help to keep it good dur ing the life of same. I can give THE Policy on Farm in Great Bend. BEST Property of any one Please Call Soon and Oblige. E. B. WARREN, Room...

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. — 23 October 1890

1 A DAY OF TRIALS. How It Was That Undo Bobby Didnt Go to Church, LD BOBBY GTV ENS sat on the steps of bis lit tle back porch early- one Sun. day morning strapping bis razor ; prepara tory to sharing himself. This was a regular Sunday morn i ng job, for Uncle Bobby, as the neighbors called ; him, al though a tolerably fair Christian and an elder In the Sugar Run ' Presbyterian church, was not so strict in his ortho doxy as to deny himself the luxury of his Sunday morning scrape. lie even went so far sometimes as to take a pan of salt. and go out to the "fur eend of the plaist" and salt the sheep, although he never did this without a protest from his good wife Polly, who thought it "a sin an a shame to work on the Sabbath Unless there wuz a needcessitr fer it." It was his custom, too, in summer time to go out on the little back porch, which f ronted the south, to sharpen his razor; this done, he would go into the house and, taking down the little kitchen mirror, would take it out and...

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. — 23 October 1890

HOTEL HORROR. Borniscr of the Leland ' Hotel at Syracuse, N.Y. Tweoly-flee PenoM Reported M Hm-rlng ferlahed -Gaeata J amp From Windows and Are Duhcd to Pieces Shock ' Ins; Scenes. Syracuse, N. Y., Oct 10. What proved to be the most disastrous fire that has visited Syracuse for many years was discovered in the Leland Hotel at 12:30 o'clock this morning. An eye witnes to the fire says it is positive that at least twenty-five per sons have lost their lives and many more have been more or less injured. One woman was being lowered from a window by the aid of a rope. She had reached a point opposite the third story -when the rope became ignited from a burning sill, the rope parted, and the -woman fell to the pavement, her brains being dashed out and her body flattened into a shapeless mass. Frank Carrick, of Glenns Falls, N. Y., has been identified as one of those that were burned to death. , Many people crazed with fright lost their lives by jumping from windows. One man says he saw six...

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. — 23 October 1890

DBY GOODS fo) IIU better prepared We are HAS jQJHD CAPS. Our assortment never was so good, and our prices speak for themselves. Come and see our novel way of advertising. It can not help but please you. It is a duty you owe to yourself to come and look us over. We will make you welcome, whether you buy or not. P. S. Bust 10c Cotton GROCERIES AND To Members 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 HSIBy S WELCH THE DEMOCKAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPER 81 tl.50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. ? WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GBEAT BLND, - - KANSAS A. S. ALLEN, DEALER IN. DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS," OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. LOCAL COMMENT. Vote for resubmission. Register today last call. Call for bargains at G. N. & E. R. Moses. - Vote the resubmission ti...

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. — 30 October 1890

COUNTY DEMOCRAT THE LARGEST CIRCULATION Il THE COUNTY. PUBLISHED IN IHli LVlLKLiJA' UJt THE PEOPLE. BARTON OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON COUNTY VOLUME VII. , GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1890. NUMBER. 31. JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE. With this issue of the Democrat we have the last word to say to the public concerning the election to take place next Tuesday, and it is with feel ings of pleasure and satisfaction we make the statement; pleasure to think that we will no longer be called upon to witness the desperate and unwarrant ed efforts made by the republican managers to hoodoo the voters of the land into again hoisting them to power; and satisfaction of knowing that in the . bitter fight that has been waged we have done nothing or said nothing that we cannot conscientiously now endorse as being for the best interests of the voters of Kansas. The fight this fall has been one of peculiar features. In the first place, it was, on the part of democrats, a fight for the principles of...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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