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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 December 1890

THE DEMOCRAT' v will c. stoke, editor asp into tm mi oh. GREAT BEND,. -T. KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. ovkk, PeL, has elected a Democratic mayor the first it ever had, Thk Brazilian fleet, consisting of an ronpl ad and a wooden corvette, arrived at Isew York on the 25th, all welL tnE Siberian Exile Petition Associa tion of New York has decided to call the Czar's attention to the condition of the Jews in Russia. Judoe Utt, publisher of the Dubuque Times, has been indicted for criminal libel by the grand jury, upon the com plaint of Congressman-elect Butler of the Fourth district M. De Fbetciset, French Minister of "War, has become a candidate for the vacant seat in the Academy. In conse quence of his popularity all other can 'didates save Zola have withdrawn AroTirEiv American woman has capt ured a Count, Miss Katheryn Louise Bailey, daughter of Joseph T. Bailey, Che hea& of a large Philadelphia jewelry firxs, feeing married to Count do Sibour. ?ut2 threshing machine manufactur ers o9...

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. — 4 December 1890

tfHE democrat: YVlLLt. STOKE, EDiTOR ixp rnoptnicroa. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS THE SECRET. She passes in her beauty bright Amongst the mean, amongst the gay, And all are brighter for the Eight, And bless her as Bhe goes her way. and now a beam of pity pours. And now a spark of spirit flies. Uncounted, from the unlocked stores Of her rich lips and precious eyes. And all men look, and all men rni:e. But no man looks on her I : They mark her for a little while. Bat I will watch her till I die. And if I wonder now and then, Why this so strange a thing should be That the be seen bv wiser men. And only duly loyed by me; I only wait a little longer, j And watch her radiance in the room; Here making light a little stronger, And there obliterating gloonj, (Like one who in a taneled way Watches the broken sun fall through. Turning to gold the faded spray, And making diamonds of dew,). Until at last, as my heart burns, She gathers all her bcattercd light. And undivided radiance turns Upon me...

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. — 4 December 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COOHTY PAPHB. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND,' : KANSAS. WILL C 8T0KE, ftMlsher sat rrssrkWr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM t)F SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year Six-months Three months.:. ....tLSO 75 .... .50 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postomee. mrAU advertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, most be banded In by Wednesday noon of each wrek, at the Terr latest. ORDER NOW. The Democrat has an elegant line of samples of Hew Years Cards, From Chicago, which can be seen at this office. It comprises some of the finest desiens ever made, ranging In prices from $2 to tlO per hundred. If you desire anything in that line make your selection and give as an order NOW. Do not wait until the last day, when you will have to be suited with any "make-shift." but get something elegant. Call and see our samples and get prices. The Democrat. "The name of Jerry Simpson, The Sockless Congressman From the Bigj Seventh, will be a ...

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. — 4 December 1890

WE COIE TO TIE FSWT! Our Prises are the Stunners. December came in like a Iamb. Look oat for a roaring blizzard when she takes her departure. A small fire started in the rear of the Willner block, Sunday, bat was crushed in its incipiency. Mrs. Harry VanHouten, of Kansas City, came out last week on a visit to her eister, Mrs. John F. Lewis. Call and get a sample, copy of the National Democrat, and see for your self that it is all we claim for it. OUR LIBERALITY IS OUR SUCCESS! Owing to the Liberal Patronage given us during the past year, and wishing to show our appreciation, we shall give away on Christmas Eve., this year, December 24, 1890, the following presents: One Set Chinaware, 114 Pieces; One Road Cart, One Set Single Harness. THE RELIABLE A fine young son wag born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Chase, near Paw nee Rock, Saturday morning1 last. Mrs. Wm. Reece met with a slight accident while returning from the country in a buggy, last Wednesday evening. Somebody bring us a dozen youn...

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. — 4 December 1890

LOVE AND MARRIAGE. i . ,- A Farce Tragedy in Two . Short Acts. ' . i ' ' Written for this Paper. ' ACT 1. BEFORE MAHKIAOK. Scene -I -Mornings Parlor in the Bane mansion. Enter Mortimer Jones; embraces Clara, who ia "discovered" seated on the sofa. Mortimer Ah, Clara; how glad I am to see you once again. 'It seems an ago since I saw you yesterday. Clara (tightening' her arms around bis neck) It was just the same with me, dear Mortie, although-1 dreamt of you all night long. Mertimer (with sparkling eyes) And did you dream of 'me? Oh you darl ing! you petl you angel! Excessive osculation. Clara (arranging her disordered bangs) Yes, I dreamt we were in a taillinery. store, and 1 selected a fall hat. Motimer (removing a long, light colored hair from his mouth) I hope you picked out the most expensive one in the store. Clara I hesitated, but you, like the noble man that you are, insisted. Mortimer (holding up Ms head proud ly) Of course I did. Is there any "thing in the world too costly ...

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. — 4 December 1890

UNC.E SAM'S MAILS. Report of Hi Postmaster-General Growth. 01 Kuilnni of tlie Department-Postal Savins Banks Recommended. Washington, Nov. 2ft The annual report ef Pos: master-General Wanamaker for the fiscal year ended June 80. 1890. was made public last nigUt. In the administratis methods cf the department itself be says some changes for the better bare been mail. A new s-ries of smaller stamps criticised and justly criticised at first, so far as the two-cent stamp was concerned are now. It is believed, quite acceptable to the public. Over I200.C00 have been saved on the contract for postal cards, which, though they were properly crltioi-sed at first, were juickly brought up to the re quired standard by the contractor. Four hundred thousand dollars have been saved on the contract for stamped envelopes. Two IQndred thousand dollars or more has been invert on certain lettings of contracts for carrying the mails, and at the same time thn mji route have been extended ail over 2o00 mil...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 December 1890

DRY 3-MK.ER i l Pry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats & Caps. Wo Invite you to come and see "Eva' and "Cora," They are very Handsome, and can be found only witlitts Yours, TB35 DEMOCRAT, --.D FES4, I ADVANCE. oVIL STOKE, EDITOft AND PJOPRIETOR. GREAT KANSAS lt)CAl COMMENT, Place your tjoltdav 4vertisemeuts now. , j n District cour confines again next Safety, speed,omfort and! low rates by the Hanta Fe Days of virtue nd usefelness male Rnighta of HomoT. Jb doctor, to be jp-oficieat, houl$ Understand all tongues. A. McGuir &as femoted tu'a music store to Forestavenue J. B. Owing wants to snow you farm implements ti all kinds, n increase of jeuioa is reported f(3? Andrew Dunn of Ellin wood. Ladies with very mall feet are apt to be found standings upon trifles. C. C. PurselI.ef th south side, i just over a severe ick spell of several weeks' duration. ,Fobr weeks rom today will be Christmas. Gracious, toots the jocktt books trill sufleri Crilly & Hays noft lave a hand somely arranged...

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. — 11 December 1890

COUNTY DEMOGKA THE ; LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF - THE PEOPLE. BARTON ; OFFICIAL PAPER OF, SARTOlT OOXyN VOLUME VII " GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1890. NUMBER 37. 1 ' : . . ' i ; OTJE WASHIKGTON LETTEE. Washington, D. C, December 0, 1SS0 The fight against the force bill still draws its length along. While the sur face indications were not significant, there was no little disturbance on the republican side on account of the tele gram from Ocala, Florida, to the effect that the farmers' alliance had unani mously denounced the force bill. Part isan statesmen of the ftowell, Loige, and Carter stripe in .the house were quick to characterize the alliance as a democratic annex; and to assert that the resolutions meam Doming mu xrmild havp'no effect. This was also Senator Hoar's itfea, but there were quite a numler of other senators, who, while they were not outspoken, may be regarded as anxious to heed any utter ance of the alliance. Senat...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 December 1890

THE DEMOCRAT will e. stoke, editor AND VUOl'RIETOIi. GUEAT BEND. - KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. The miners In Durham, England, have obtained an advance of wages. Bt the death of his wife, daughter of TJaftm Meyer Rothschild, Lord Rose bery, the English statesman, receives 2,000,000 dowry and a magnificent pro vision. EtL3f Pasha has arrived safely at "Victoria Nyanza, after having been en gaged in several fights with the Arab slave -dealers, in allot which the Eu ropeans were victorious. Octavia Wiluso and Nellie Cramp ton, two girls, who disappeared from their homes at Winston &. C, a year ago, have been found at Covington, Ky. Ttey ha1 been on the stage. Mb. tJALFUB's Irish relief bill, in -which he asks a vote of 5,000 to pro vide seed potatoes for distressed farm ers in Ireland, has passed tho commit tee stage In the British House of Com mons. One of the killed in tho recent Chi cago & Alton wreck at Jacksonville Junction, I1L, was Fred G Smith, of Pekin, I1L He was one of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 December 1890

OID MA! THURMAN. IJUlen G. Tbuman usually addresses his wife as "Sweetheart." ' 1 A song for old man Thurman, And sing It clear and strong; His lire nas been a sermon, Nor let It be a song. And Ibis shall be its burthen Togire us greatest joy: ' Be calls bis old wife "Sweetheart, And loves her like a boy I There is no fairer story In all our Nation' s life ; Ho better, purer glory In all its peace and strife. True is that man and steadfast. Tine gold with no alloy, Who calls his old wile "Sweetheart And loves her like bwyi ' "Who cares for his position On questions of the day? He has a higher mission, A nobler part to play I Smiling anifpatient evd?i Though Aire and Pain annes He calls his old wife "Sweetheart, And loves her like )tqg ! Q fig for flowery diction Of specious eloquencef A flg for all the fiction Of wealth and vain pretense? Here is a man whose glory AIo envy can fipstroy He calls his old wife "Sweetheart, And loves her like A boy ! . Sfrevwell could spare tb spiendcg ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 December 1890

-THE , DE MOCRAT. OFFICIAL pPUHfY PAPSft. (Offi-cein Opera Block) GREATBJ.iD, : KANSAS. WILL K. riMisher and rrpritr. PTJBIJSHED WEEKLY TEROff" SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year...... . Six months.... Three months. ..1.50 .. .75 .. -50 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. SVA11 adlrtisements or commnnications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, must do nanaea in by Wednesday oon of each week, at the very latest. ORDER NOW. The Democrat has an elegant line of samples of Hew Years Cards, From Chicago, which can be seen at this office. It comprises some of the finest designs ever made, ranging in prices from Si to $10 per hundred. If you desire anything in that line make your selection and give us an order NOW. Do not wait until the last day, when you will have to be suited with any "make-shift," but get something elegant. Call and see our samples and get prices. Tiik Democrat. President Harrison put in so much time, in bis messSge, on the force bill and...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 December 1890

Ml EC 'J In) V WE GOING TO QUIT GREAT BEND? ft VOR i D U III It w ARB K)8 . ' ' But 7e now and hereafter as heretofore sell you goods for less money, the quality beingqual, than any of our competitors. . TTIh WhoD Thing on a Nutshell; End of this season catcher us with an Immense Stock of Winter Goods yet unsold. What are we going to do with them?. We are not going to carry them over. They are going to be sold at some price. 2? Will cut no figure. Thousands of Dollars worth of Winter Goods will be slaughtered. In other words, we will at once inaugurate A - GREAT - GRAND - CLEARANCE - 'SALE! This means we have fully made up our minds to cut and lash right and left, rather than carry over our immense Winter' Stock. Those of you in need f anything in our line come at once. You will have the best chance at the same price. Our deepest cuts will be made in Ladies' Misses' Cloaks, Men's Clothing, and Red and Grey Flannels. Come early in the day. You will be waited on in a better way. Come ...

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. — 11 December 1890

HAKBISOK'S JIESSAG& The PrwHltiATit.'a tipfjt f "mmu" cation to Go&gxeas. The GoTernmrnt I&veaai and the SilvAr -Quratlon-The New Tariff Bill Defended Passage of the federal Election Itiil Urged -AM4V IStcom- WAsmjfOTdQr, 2e 2, "Xhe fresi dent's message wa submitted to-day. It is mainly as follows To the Senate and House! Beprescntativee: The reports of the several executive de partments, which will be laid before the Con (press in the usual course, will-exhibit In de tail the operation of 1 Government for the last fiscal year. OAly the mare im portant irvldenta) and results, and chiefly such as may be the foundation of recom mendations I snbmlft is all that will-be re ferred to in this annual message. The vast and increasing business of the Government has been transacted by the sev eral departments during the year with faith- fulness, energy and sjuceess. 1'he revenutAj amounting to above Ai50,000,000, have been collected and disbursed without revealing, so far as I can...

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. — 11 December 1890

MIZNER'S MISTAKE. The Error the Minister Commtfted ! Sor- rendering: llarruudl to tike Catemalam Officers. Washisqtox, Dec. 6. The President has sent to the Senate the nomination of Itomaldo Pacheco, of California, to t Minister to Central America. The President afeo transmitted to the House of Representatives the corre spondence growing out of the killing of General BarOindia by Guatemalan offi cers on board the Pacific steamer Aca pulco In tho port of San Jose. The cor respondence was called for by the reso lution of September 24 last. Under date of September 23, in a let ter from Minister Mizner to Mr? Blaine, "which was mceived October 9, in which the Minigffer justified his coarse which led tip to he killing' of Barrandia. he said he called on the Minister of For eign Relations for an explanation of the affair. In this interview the Minister stated with emphasis that his Govern ment ih-ad given positive orders to lake Barruoiia from the Acapulco Company, even to sinking the shi...

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. — 11 December 1890

DRY 'KB Kit DryQoods, Boots, Shoes, Hats& We invite you to come and see s'Bva" and "Cora." They ore very Handsome and ean be found only .with trs. 55 GROCERIES AND DECEMBER 31 One Elegant Dinner Set, worth $20.00. Cash, $5.00. One Piirlor Lamp. One Jhu?n. 3n& Xtoil Syrup. Qno Baking Powiler and Lamp $uf cans Tomatoes. Jour cans Corn Oae Baking Powder ant! Coffee Mill Every nody vio mys Come back foj more. When yotf buy nf D-ftttin the worth 1 ouf money. and glassugflte, sonething entirely cash, except ugar unA Coffee. When in tawn don't so fcotne ontii you nave seen Keener, - . fcESFECTFULLY. The Leading Grocer, Commercial Ave. THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHT? PWSH. 11 31.50 PE Vfcltf. ( kUVAXCt. WILL STOKE, EDITOR AN fROPJtlETWt. fcKEAT BKNt - KANSAS t Xndt Land Land I Barton and Stafford County, K&p. The Centatfof th Vfhe&l He it X jansas. Following is a partial tiff of lands mostly imirel e sale ty tlie tin dersigned: nw 35 15 1 ne 30 17 19 ne 0 16 10 e yi a 5 16 $ w...

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. — 18 December 1890

fefcTV "JWWv y&cr&cjZf' THE LARGEST CIRCULATION I1D THE COOJNT Y. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. 7 OFPIOIAti PA.3PIBR, OF BARTON COtTNTV VOLUME VII GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1890. NUMBER 38. BARTON EMOGEAT, to BOUND ABOUT BEIECfflOBS. Moderation and conservatism should be the watchword of tbs democratic party from ih is time forth. Let ms profit by the fieep, ery deep hole into which radicalism led the republican party. a The KansaoCity Sti says C tribe of j pigmies has been discovered in Craw ford county, Indiana, and, oto prevent any possibility pf misapprehension, adds that Harrison is froft Marion county. . o Here's a fof!a conundrum: ttliy were the Indians allowed to become the owners of Spri&gfield rifles an A i unlimited supply 3 ammunition; St might also be ftordetf ask, who sold them to the Jndiaflsg' Jlolton Signal. , A promiuerd citizen of this city went home one night this week rather late and the next morning found the fol lowing, ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE. EDITOR e- AND rUOITUKTOE. OREAQ1 bend. - CURRENT COMMENT. Qto Talleyrand memoirs are said -tor M and uninteresting. T. A. & "MiTrrurT J-, -Iiifigft-f t.ho-Ia-diano Su preme Court, is doftd. The candidature -of General Miles for the Republican nomination ' f or J Presi dent in 1892 has been revived. ; -, ; . v A movkmett is on foot to have a mar tSe bust of Susan B. Anthony placed in the historic gallery, of women 'at the World's Fair. ; . . - . G fat&l plajrue is prevailing1 among the cattle of East Tennessee. Hundreds of them&ave recently died jfrom, some unknown cause... ....! M . , : The Quebec Government organ ' an nounces that hundreds of French Cana dian families are unable to obtain work in Canada and are leaving daily for the United States. ,- ,; ... ,'" The resident approved the .joint resolution authorizing the. Secretary of War Qo issme 1,000 stands of arms in , each eft the States of North and South Dako&& IVyoming, Montana...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

by rrmmo CHAPTER i. NE breezy Way day, such a lit tle while ago that it is hard-' ly safe te name the year, Jer sey ferry 'car boat" wa so far behind lies time that the 1:30 train far Fairhili Wit without trail ing for her. Ignorant, incredulous of the untoward happening, the passengers rushed for and through the station to finA, wgress, discouraged by tho impassive official whose stentorian tones, were Soaring through the build ing the name and stoppitig places of the next train. Among the foremost in the run was a hazel-eyed young man with a grip sack in his hand, and the olive-bronze of a sea voyage upon a very good-looking face. lie was always persuaded that ho cw.uld have eluded the great-voiced door-keeper and boarded the fast plat form of tho moving cars, had he tiot run a-foul of A wheeled chair midway be tween the seats and inconveniently-set radiators in tho waiting-room, and tiar rowly escaped e "header." Ho did wot actually fall; either did ho overset the vehicle. Avoidi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL. COUHf Y iJAPER. Office in Opera Block). . GREAT BEND, - : - -KANSAS. WILL E. STOKE, rrtliaker and rroprietor. 'PUBLISHED WEEKLT TERM OP SUBSCMPtlON.rrCASIi: . f OotTMT....'. -i. tl-5A 81x month - ' .75 Thru months .... Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, poetomce. mVAM adrertisementu or comin c oicationg, to ob tain an Insertion in the Ukmocrat, niusi oe oanasu in by Wednesday noon of each wf tk, at the very. latest. BUSINESS A3fi PROFESSIONAL. ATTORNEYS AT LAW C F DIFFEXBACHEIJ D A BAXTA DIFFEHBACHER & BftHTA, ATTORNEYS AT IjflW, Office in Allen-Hubbard Block, Rooms 9 and 11 GREAT BEND. " '' KANSAS JAS. W. CLARKE. F. V. RUSSELL CLARKE k HUSSELL, LAWyERa- Boom 8. Allen-Hubbard Block. GREAT BEND, ELRICK C. COLE. ATTORN EY AT LAW. COUNTY ATTORNEY. GREAT BEND, KANSAS. D. J. 2SrEATT03ST Attorney at Lav? And Notary Public. Room 4 Moses Bros. Blocs, ' Great Bend, Kansas J. H. JENNISON. Attorney-at-luaw, Quick Farm Loans at Low Kates. ' East...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 18 December 1890

All ra ira ARB WE GOING- TO QUIT IAT -BEND? & K1S IU mm But we will now and hereafter as heretofore sell you goods for less money, the quality being equal, than any of our -; The Whole TDnnmig Sim a uvlytisBnelllls The End of this season catches us with an Immense Stock of Winter Goods yet unsold. What are we going'to do with them? carry them over. They are going to be sold at some price. G1 Will cut no figure. Thousands of Dollars worth of Winter Goods will be slaughtered. In other words, we will at once inaugurate A - GREAT - GRAND - CLEARANCE - SALE! This means we have fully made up our minds to cut and lash right and left, rather than carry over our immense Winter Stock. Those of you in need, of anything in our line come at once. .You will have the best chance at the same price. Our deepest cuts will be made in Ladies' Misses Cloaks, Men's Clothing, and Red and Grey Flannels. Come early in the day. You will be waited on in a better way. Come early and see for yourself arid y...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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