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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT NEWS 0? THE WEEK. WILL E. STOKE.. EDITOR . AND PliOPRlETOR. - KANSAS Gleaned By Telegraph and Mail GREAT BEND, - CURRENT COMMENT. Evert day witnessestlie advent of an alleged new cure ior .consumption. The Chicago board of education has -voted against Bible reading in the pub lic schools. Gexebal SpiysfEB, -ex-Treasurer of the United States, is -slowly dying at Jacksonville, Fla. The Tiew reaper -and "harvester trust "will discharge many thousand workmen in various parts of the country. The -newly opened lands about "Wau--sau, "Wis., are certain to produce endless litigation, each claim having several claimants. Two -prominent and wealthy lawyers of Juarez, Mexico, have been arrested -and put in solitary confinement for assisting in the recent escape of Cattle man Bolton. "Lb Dixnettvieme Siecxe says -that Queen "Victoria has made known, through Cardinal Manning, that she will present no objection to the canon ization of Joan of Arc Mks. Charlotte Betos-, aged about TO ...

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. — 1 January 1891

AVENGED AT LAST; Or, a World-Wide Chase. A STORY OF RETRIBUTION. DY" " WABASH." coptrighi; 189a CHAPTER IL Con tin L'nu. Mario Delaro bad built himself a pleasant home on the hillside a little below San Paola. To this home he took a lovely wife, by whom he had one child, a daughter, who was at the time of her father's death about eight years eld. The child, Armida, was a bright little brunette, combining in herself the beauty of her handsome father and the sweetness of her lovely mother the latter a daughter of a wealthy Spanish merchant in Santa Rosa. Mario had been very proud of his lovely wife and child and was the ten derest of husbands. Leja Velasquez, on the other hand, possessed a history which was quite ob scure up to the time when he made hi first bow in San Paola with a profusion of money and the appearance of one whose path in life was particularly smooth and easy. As related, ho soon, became the part ner of Delaro, and at the time when the partnership was formed he appea...

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. — 1 January 1891

?HE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPER. " ' - (Office in Oper. Block) GREAT BEND, ' - : KANSAS. IU E. IIHI, raft&ter TnfritUt. PUBLI8HED; WEEKLY . . TEB2I OF SUBSCRIPTION CASII. One year flix months Three months... 11 JO 75 .50 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postofBce. VAU adrertisetnents or commkoications, to ob tain an Insertion in the Dkmockat, must be banded In by Wednesday noon of each vcek, at the Tery latest. Weather predictions from Prof. Foster are to the effect that the first half of January will be reasonably mild in the Mississippi valley; and that our coldest weather will be in February. That being the case Prof. Foster's pre dictions will strengthen our conviction that we, the favored people of Kansas, will have but about two months of real winter. Prof Foster goes on to pre dict that Kansas will have an increase of rainfall and better crops in 1891, than in former years. It is amusing to notice how faith fully the small fry of theQltra repub...

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. — 1 January 1891

A. S. HOUCK, ' : DEALER TS - DRUGS, MEDICINES :: PAINTS,: OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. INSURANCE I wish to say to my patrons and those desiring Insurance, that I am makintr 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 BEST Policy on Farm Property of any one in Great Bend. Please Call Soon and Oblige. Tt. B. WARREN, Up stairs, Fair Block, GREAT BEND, KANS. LOCAL COMMENT. "Bv their works them." ye shall know The Kansas legislature meets one week from next Tuesday. Let U3 hear from some of the gentle men who have been raising alfalfa. The latest fad in Great Bend is to get c inverted and join the Methodist church. Billie Dee, with Moses Bros., at O'.nr.tz, was in the city during the holidays. Harry Morgan returned, Christmas eve, from a trip (jowfi into the Indian Territory. ' Will Mason, of Arkansas City, spent the holidays with his brother, Charlie, i...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 January 1891

j RMNELAND ' POTTEES. Bomethingr of the Ware Formerly Made Exclusively in Germany. tLonc-Bstabllshed potteries Brokfin Up by the Seventeen til Century War The Condition of the Business y at This Tim. Connoisseurs love and many who have no pretension to that title are fa miliar, says the English Illustrated Magazine, with the quaint -drinking mugs and other vessels which are known as Gres de Flandres. Scoffers have said that the peculiar stoneware in question has been so named because it was never BU1IK1SHK3. made in Flemish-land; but, as will pres ently be seen, the scoffers are wrong. The province of Limburg, however, now divided between Germany and Bel gium, which was so long one of the principal seats of this manufacture, has always been a frontier State, and had always been up to 1814 subject to the counts and other rulers of Flanders. The ware is in truth essentially Ger man in its history, and in the character istics of its diversified forms and artis tic embellishments. The 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. — 1 January 1891

YICTOEY EVEEYWHEEE. Ex-President Cleveland's Able Speech, at New Yorlc The "Campaign of Education Won In Spite of Republican Sneers and Burled the G. O. P. Bc- yontl Resurrection. The following1 is the address of ex President Grover Cleveland, in response to the toast, "The Campaign of Educa tion; Its Result Is a Signal Tribute to the Judgment of the American People," delivered at the Reform Club dinner, given in the banquet hall of the Madi son Square Garden, New York, Tues day evening, December 23: Mb. Pbesidejit akd Gentlemen: 9 suppose I have a correct understanding of what is meant by "The Campaign of Education." As suming this to be so, I desire before going further to acknowledge the valiant services in this campaign of the organization whose invi tation brings us together to-night. I may be permitted, I hope, to make this acknowledge ment as a citizen interested in all that promises the increased prosperity of the country, and I shall also venture to do so as a Democrat who ...

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. — 1 January 1891

DRY GOODS. LEGAL NOTICES. BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL. DIDN'T DESERVE IT. Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats & Caps. We are selling more "silk handker chiefs" and 'mufflers" than ever. Reason why: Largest Stock; Lowest Prices. We invite you to come and see them. Yours, THE PEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COHHfY PAPBR. 13 SUSO PER YEAR, IX ADVANCE. ? WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BLND, - - KANSAS Reader, Look at This! We have concluded a clubbing arrangement for the year 1891 with the National Democrat, a large eight page weekly paper published at Washington City By this arrangement we are en abled to furnish the Barton County Democrat iud the National Democrat for the small sum of $2.25 strictly in advance.' The National Democrat will coo tain all the doings & congress the latest and most relfable fefe graphic news of the day, together trith a large amount of political matter. Old subscribers wlio pay air arrearages and one year's sub scription to the Democra? cat have the benefit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 January 1891

the largest circulation in the county. ARTON PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. COUNTY BEmOuEAT. OFFTOIAL PAPER; OF BARTON COTJISTTr , : VOLUME VII. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, J ANTJARY 8, 1891. ; NUMBER 41. - EDITOEIAL COMMENT. Topeka . hotels Lave disposed of their spring mattresses and newfangled folderols, and got in complete outfits of straw ticks and patched quilts, pre paratory to making the new, "hayseed" legislature feel at home. They have had large, new sign3, printed in plain, coarse-hand type reading "Don't blow out the gas." The young emporer of Germany says that the business of the schools of that nation is to turn out Germans, not Greeks and Romans. The theory of American schools is to turn out, in too many instances, almost anything but Americans. This is true of the public schools in some extent, and it is also true of the highrr institutions of learn ing in a large degree. Sterling Cham pion. Senator Stewart, of Nevada, and Senators Teller and Wolcott, of ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT - will e. stoke, editor . . AND I'UOI'RIKTOR. : GUEAT BEND, - KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. It is announced' that - Holland has signed the general act of the Congo con ference. An English syndicate has secured options on twenty-three tile factories in this country. Mme. Eybattd has been granted a di vorce by the Paris courts from Michael Eyraud, the strangler. Two patients being treated in a hos pital in St. Petersburg with the Koch lymph have died in intense agony. The weather prevailing throughout England is the severest that has been experienced in that country since 1813. Secretary Rusk has sent a letter to the Chicago "World's Fair managers, promising to use his best efforts toward making the agricultural exhibit a grafid success. IIox. Daniel Clarke, one of the most prominent characters in the political history of New Hampshire, died quite unexpectedly at Manchester. He was 81 years old. Ex-Mayor Nevix, who bankrupted Adrian, Mich., seven years ago by steal ing $300,000...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 January 1891

tfHE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR ASl I'JiOI'KIKIOK. GREAT BEXD. KANSAS LAND OF THE AFTERNOON." The gray Is over the gold, the earth Has robed her in fading fitness; And we're not as young as we used to be, Alas for the mirror's witness. And candor, within our secret soul. Albeit with some lamenting. Compels to the faithful mirror's charge A silent and sad assenting. We can not dance as once we did, Till the small hours of the morning; We do not stand at the garden gate. The chill ot evening scorning. We care no more for the Jingling bells Once held in such high favor; The games that once we held so dear Are like salt without its savor. The long, long walks 'neath the skies of June In the moonlight calm and stilly, The mountain climb in the August noon With Margaret or Lily We loved them well, and memory Will never through life forsake them; ' But we'd rather sit in our easy chairs. And let our children take them. We like to hear their voices ring Over croquet or tennis; We like t...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 January 1891

ais a as aaaa aaaaaaa THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPBR. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL B. STOKE, Publisher ul Proprietor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year...... ... Six months...... Three months... OTJB WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington. D. C, January 2, 1891 . The morning of tbe first day of the first year of the last decade of the nine teenth century opened wet,disagreeab'e and gloomy, and the streets were, so filled with slush from the melting snow ttiat pedestrianism was difficult and decidedly unpleasant. A thick, stifling mist hung over the city all day, and the anzlo-mania afflicted dudes fortunate- lv few in Washington were suoremelv V.'.'.1' J happy. For once they had the luxury -fJ r b i:v. ;t- ..At tn a vcnusuic .inguou uijsk m nujuit Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. " MAlladrertiseraentsor commualcations, to ob tain an insertion in the Dexocrat, must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each wek, at ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPgR. 21 1-50 PER TEAK, IN ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PEOPRIETOB. GREAT BfcND, - - KANSAS A. S. HOTJCK, DEALER IN DRUGS, . MEDICINES STATIONERY, AND k XXtrTOlt :: 2-OTS. INSURANCE I wist t a to tot atwms and those desiring Insurance, fiiat t am makine special business wff FIRE. i,IGll2tflKG and TORNADO Insur ance, ani cau give you a god clean contract and help to keep it good dur ing tin life of same. I can glue THE BEST- ffolicy on Farm Property i uy one in Great BendW Please uai oon vna cnirgv. R. B. WARREN, tJp stta. Fait GREAT BEND. KAK8. LOCAL COMMENT Miss Story FaTiaer retuiarf from f opefc Monday. W. I. l&W fte stone VWfcsHh chop i ftos t)iit eotnp1etefs . Vtm Owing ivatits t than' you utmimpVmentsf nil kuxfa. Se IlaTTlA' oaoun?eaQt of. re fuceJ tales ft j)oto2rapn A. TK TlvtUe aud wife.) GajUttm was iif itT er Suedajr. tJall tSi office lir justw of the eace blanks mortgages, notes. t. Frcf. & & W tight, formerly f the fcient...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 January 1891

V AVENGED AT LASTS Or, a World-Wide Chase. A STORY OF RETRIBUTION. CX3PTRIGHT. lSStX CHAPTER ITL CONTLN U ED. He knew everybody for miles around aad bob-nobbed with rich - and poor, great and small. All met him on equal terms and he had a good word or a hearty laugh for everybody. Ills dress was untidy and lH-fittinp, owing to the fact that he paid very lit tle attention to outward appearances. He liked a man of his own ilk, but he bated, as he said, "them as put on airs bekas they'd med a bit o money.". ' Accompanying him was Velasquez, the man whom Wilcox despised above all the many despicable people he had met in the course of a?ongiife-time. . Hello, said Wilcox, in bis free anft asy manner to the Justice, "What's up?" He had like tfrer dTtealse heard ll about the tragedy, 1ut felt bound o give vent to the stereotyped Inquiry ne old gentleman walBea across ft) t3e justice and sat ftown beside him while the administrator f lasund or der related to him eh nore recent do velopments...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 January 1891

PINE RIDGE. . General Miles Auames Command Barlal or the Victims of the Ite Bloody En eounter. Omaha, Neb., Jan- 2. A special to the Bee from Pine Ridge agency sajs: "General Miles has assumed command of the forces here, relieving General Brooke, who started yesterday morn ing1 into the field with the Second in fantry and Ninth cavalry, going1 by way of Oelrich's to a point some fifteen miles north of herej where General Carr is now supposed to be. "One hundred and thirty-five Indians of Two Strike's banc&came in yesterday and joined American Ilorse's camp. They reported to Captain Ernest and he issued them rations. ".Reports sent out that General Brooke had been relieved by General Miles are untrue. General Brooke will remain in command. Reports of a massacre, rumored at Denver and Salt Lake, are also untrue. "Yesterday amid as wild, blinding and bitter a wintry storm as ever swept i this bleak and barren country were laid to their last rest thirty of the brave boys who fell fa...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. U l-50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 2 WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PKOPKIETOE. GREAT BKND, - - KANSAS FOREIGN GOSSIP. Canton exported last year 80,000 pounds of human hair. Emperor William's coachman re ceives 900 annual wages and his h9use rent Seven out of every eight loaves of bread eaten in London are made from foreign wheat France has ordered a submarine boat 131 feet lonsr, to be built by the in Tentor of the Gymnote. The latest statistics show that there Are 71,287 lepers in Bengal; 13,944 in Madras, and 13,842 in Bombay. The lepers in the native states are not in cluded in these totals. In Paris, the applications for mu nicipal appointments are nearly a thou sand for each position, although tne salaries are very small, ranging from 250 to 8400 per annum. It is the opinion of local authorities that nothing can save the beautiful birds of India from complete destruc tion, but a prohibitive tax upon the ex port of their skins and feathers. A law has b...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 January 1891

ins EMGCRAT the largest . circulation in the" county. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF -TUE PEOPLE. 1 OFFICIAL PAPER OF. BA3E2TO!T COUNTY GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1891. VOLUME VII. NUMBER 42. 3. THE LATE ITHAUOIAL CBISIS. By Urasr Claws. 9The phenomena of a volcanic erup tion or of a great earthquake are eager ly investigated t men of science for what light they may cast upon the working of the laws of nature. Not less reasonable may it be for the stu dent of economics to avail himself of periodic financial upheavals for acquir ing a broader judgment upon the taws of finance. For, as certainly as inor ganic nature is governed by unchang ing laws, are the exchanges of the pro ducts and services of mankind control led by fixed natural ordinances, which ignore and finally supersede all the con-, ventional arrangements by which society attempts to regulate its cofh mercial intercourse. It cannot be said that crises aste cedent to the recent one have taugh? all that can be l...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT WIQ.L E. STOKE. EDITOR AND PUOPR1ETOR. GREAT BEND. -- KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. Leiaxd Stanford has been renomi nated by the Republicans for. United States Senator from California. The Minnesota House completed its organization by the election of the Fu sion (Alliance-Democrat) ticket. Joinr Cbaxch, once a noted .portrait painter of Washington and New York, died at Urbana, O., recently aged 64. Secretary Wixdom has fixed the salary of Miss Phoebe Cousens, of the board of lady managers of the Colum bian Exposition, a $2,000 per annum. The Imperial Tribunal of Leipsic has decided that henceforth a refusal to rise and participate in a toast to the health of the Kaises shall constitute high treason. Ax agent for Cincinnati parties has purchased the log school house near Zanesville, O., where ex-President Gar field taught in 1851. The building is wanted for exhibition at the "World's Fair. A Siiaxghai dispatch says that the Chinese Imperial authorities, at the vig orous instan...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 January 1891

AVEEED ATIAST; Or, a World-Wide Chase. A STORY OF RETRIBUTION. ICOFTRICHT. 1SC0. CHAPTER V. During tho journey to San Paola on the following" day, Joel Wilcox took the opportunity to have a pood long talk with Percy Lovcl and ascertain what that young man knew about tho many transactions which had taken placo be tween Velasquez and CrandalL Sometimes the eyoung Englishman got very communicative for he was naturally a free open-hearted sort of a fellow, not more than twenty-seven years of age, or thereabouts. Wilcox liked him so well that he asked Lovel to give him a little of his history. Said Lovel: "If I tell you my history you may not think so well of me after you bear it as you 5o now." "Oh, I dare say, like most young men who drift to Frisco, you have led a kinder wild life, but it is evident you were primed with a pretty good educa tion before you started in on it," was the response. "Yes," said tho Englishman, "I sup pose that's so, and since I left Oxford I have seen life th...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPBR. ' . (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL E. 8T0IE, vhlislur aa4 rroyriftor. - PUBLISHED WEEKLY TEEM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. Oae year..... fl.50 Six months 75 Three months . -50 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. 09" All adTertisements or comm Locations, to ob tain an iooertion in the Democrat, must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each w-ek, at the rery latest. At Topeka. It was the pleasure of the editor to visit Topeka Monday and Ttfesday of this week, not to watch our legislature, c re 11 titinol JCg AVI au uuivc, ui pun any string, "but on a putely business visit. Ilaving a few spare minutes Tuesday we visited the various hotel lobbies and political ..headquarters, toesize up the legislators and the "visiting states men." At the republican headquarters there Qas a preponderance of silk hats, shiny boots and full stomachs; at the alliance headquarters thergcould be seen rosy, healthful faces, a va...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 January 1891

A. S. HOUCK, DEALER IS DRUGS, ' MEDICINES PAINTS,: OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. 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 BEST Policy on Farm Property of any one in Great Bend. Please Call Soon and Oblige. k. b. warren; Up stairs, Fair Block, GREAT BEND. KANS. LOCAL COMMENT. 3 See the New York Store's new shoe 6ale ad. More $f "the beautiful"' would not hurt. . Chancey Butler has gone to Pueblo, Colorado. K Mr. "and Mrs. Fred McCaughn spent last Sunday in the city. John'Lile, of near Pawnee Hock, was a caller Wednesday Services are continued at the Pres byterian church, this city Mrs. J. J. Chappel is here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. K el ley. M. C. Meyer, of Me?er Bros., of 01 mi tz, was a caller Wednesday. Mrs. Park, of Lamed, is visitiug with her sister, Mr...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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