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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 January 1891

TRUE DEMOCRACY. Ringing Words From Ex-President Cleveland. The Democratic Party th Peoples Party It Duties Clearly Set Forth Farmer Assured That the Party U'111 At- . 1 1 tend to Their Interests,' v At fa banquet given in Philadelphia on Jackson' Day (January S) by the oung Men's Democratic ' Club, the attendance was very large by representative Demo crats from all parts of .the " country. Among1 the guests present was ex-Presi dent Cleveland, who responded to the toast, "The Principles of True Democ racy they are enduring because they are right, and invincible because they are just." When introduced by the president of the banquet Mr. Cleveland was receiTed with prolonged applause. The ex-President said: Mr. President and Gentlemen : As I rise to respond to the sentiment which has been as- Signed to me I cannot avoid the Impression made upon my mind by the announcement of the words 'True Democracy." I believe them to mnan a sober conviction or conclu sion touching political topics ...

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. — 15 January 1891

METEROLOGICAL. Prof. Snow's Summary of Observations For the Pt rr. Lawrence, Kan., Jan. 9. Prof. Snow has prepared a meteorological summary for the year 1S90 from observations taken from the university. This shows that the year 1890 was one cf the six warmest years upon his twenty-three years' record, the thermometer having reached the zero point but twice during the year. The rainfall was above the average, but an untimely deficiency in June and July was disastrous to the crop in nearly all parts of the State. Some remarkable peculiarities of this year were the extremely low barometer or March 27, which gave the lowest reading ever observed at this station, and the date of the first snow, which did not make its appearance until ' Dec cember 23, forty-three days later than the average date. The mean temperature of the year was 54:10 degrees, which is 1:83 degrees above the mean for the preceding twenty-two years. The highest was 101.5 degrees on July 14; the lowest 5 degrees below z...

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. — 15 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY- PAPER. 11 11.50 PER TEAR, IN ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. . GREAT BKND, - - KANSAS LOCAL COMMENT. J. B.' Owings wants to sbow you farm implements of all kinds. A. J. Buckland made a business trip to Kansas City Sunday last. Some of the members of our board of education say a public office is a private nuisance. Arthur Culver left for the west Fri day of last week. He will probably locate in Pueblo. Representative M. W. Cobuu left fur his legislative duties at Topeka, last Friday evening. Mrs. Miles Babb was down from Claflin hast week visiting with her Bis ter, Mrs. C. B. Gillis. Miss Grace Smith, who ha3 been attending college here, returned to her home in Lamed Saturday last. Will Carney returned to Leaven worth Saturday, after enjoying a num ber ot sleigh rides with old cronies. Justices of the peace should remem be that this office carries a line of Sm P. blanks, at reasonable prices. K one will eell you cheaper hard ware, farm im...

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. — 22 January 1891

RAT THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CO UN I Y. PUBLISHED IN . THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. BARTON "COUNTY DEMOG OFFICIAL FAJPEIR, OF BARTON OOXJISTTT . VOLUME VII. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1891. NUMBER 43 u u - THE LATE FDMCIAL 0EISI3. . (Continued from last week.) By IIemrt Clkws. Thus far, I have enumerated1 as the causes of the financial crisis, only fac tors connected with domestic affairs. In truth, however, a large measure of its aggravation must be charged to the account of the deranged condition of fin an ace in London. Not only has Great Britain participated very largely in recent American railroad specula tions, but she has, for the last three years, indulged in a manii of specula tive financing surpassing all precedent. Fi nance" companies, "trust" com panies, and ''investment" companies possessing just enough of capital and of the deceptive sanction of high names to attract unwary investors have created a host of enterprises calculated to bene fit promoter...

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. — 22 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE. EDITOR ASP rUOPRlETOR. GREAT BEND, .... KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. The natural ;gas supply at Columbus, ., bas been cut. off, ttJie supply being too weak. BufiTQX, -wlILiliaveia new coaling1 dock built at AworaaoutlOlarge enough to ac commodate ooean . ateams. Thk epidemaeof a grippe in Louisi ana, Trluch has 'been .prevalent since November 15, haabaut ended. The military treeorAjatkra a 8Tart Gib con, I. has bean transferred to the Interior Departeaeirt pr settlement. M. Floqcet has been re-elected Presi dent of the French Chamber of Depu ties, receiving' 282 out of 33S wotes cast. It is reportedthatthe Washburn-Moen garbed WireCodpany proposesto erect sjti Via.ukega.tto Silo th? for tzar thou- & ffUGGjfB criax gold th izeof a fySSk. -wftran&irvthe cra o? a chicken Siufling&ti, x$yl considerable gpsikS fe&t imn arittxn Qto.c$re S'9?"0 erases etrivfe $aiUay tusMl wtkIs 5few Vork bay $rta Wtateja 4 txn slatiL jpn& make JS.y&BS-Ge3RU!. ...

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. — 22 January 1891

GOVERNOlfts MESSAGE. Biennial Address of Governor L. U. Eumphrsy. Varomble Showing of the Finance of the 8teC The Various State Institutions Treated The Original Package - Question Considered Work of the Railroad Hoard The Codifying Commit tee Etc. Topeka, Kan., Jan-14. The message of Governor Humphrey as sent to the Legislature, with the exception of minor particulars, is as follows: - To the Senate and House of Representatives: The absolute Independence of each of the several co-ordinate branches of the Govern ment, executive, legislative and Judicial, is jealously hedged about In the frunie work of the Constitution. But these several branches are designed to constitute one harmonious whole, acting together in a spirit of friendly go-operation to the end thafthe best results n government may be attained. Hence the constitutional requirement, in obedience to which it becomes my duty and pleasure as well to address you at this time. Ooiuniuiiicating for your consideration such Infor...

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. — 22 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. 'official county paper. - ; (Office in Opera Block) GlCEXT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL E. STOKE, PnblULcr aa4 toprfoUr. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One yet.... Six months. Three months.. g I Entered as second class matter at tne ureal tseno Xansaa, postoffice. 1 KA ".".V.V.".".V."."...." ..."."..... .75 JM 8 aVAU advertisements or com id l o lea t ions, to ob tain an insertion in the Dkmocbai must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each wek, at the very latest. Granny Blair, of New Hampshire, tried to talk the U. S. senate to death, butOhe principal result seems to be that he has onfiy talked himself into a back eat and that not in the U. S. senate ither. A just retribution. Ixcalls evidently believes in the old, Wesleyan doctrine of a "death bed re pentance," and while his meteoric speecfc in the senate on the 14th may fcnitigate well earned punishment in the thoa wottld it is quite evident that 1iliSb him good in this. 1$ipffBLiCAX chronic office seekers 0tS&...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 January 1891

A S. HOTJCK, DEALER IN I . DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS,-. 0IL8, J3TATI0NERY, ND :: CORNER :: LOTS. INSURANCE t 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 jtelicy on Farm Property of any one 411 fiiat Jiend. f'lease Call Soon and Oblige. H. B. WARREN, Jji stairs, Fair Block, CrREAT BEND, KANS. . LOCAL COMMENT. The fire boys ought to do more ptactictnjj. Net Thursday -is pay day on the $Io Pacific Hevl'iikiii an'i wife were over from JJisingtou Saturday. Mrs. Wooi Hartley is on a visit to tvt.d3 at Abilene, this week. Wilf aus, of Hausas City, spent flu&day With his parents here. Jt. B. Owing wauts to show you &Tui implements of all kinds. Qeorge Uriukrr.au is on a short f isit to Ka!is L'ity, tbi3 week. A party of Jouug folks were skat ing ! the Walnut, Monday night. '0111 my Hrt...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 January 1891

MIL BALLS' SPEECH. The Kansas Senator's Great Speech For Free Coinage, '".,''"; Ttta Tyranny of Combined, Conscienceless aad Incorporated Capital Free Coinage One Remedy A Crisis That Slay Be come a Catastrophe. In the Senate of the United States on tse 14 th, pending- consideration of the financial bill, the question being upon Senator9 Stewart's, free . silver Coinage amendment, Senator Ingalls, of Kansas, addressed the Senate in favor of free coinage. He spoke as follows: Mr. President: Two portentous peril threaten the safety., if they do not endanger the existence, of the Republic. The first of fjjeso is ignorant, debased, degraded, spuri ous and sophisticated suffrage; suffrage con-, laminated by the sewage of decaying ra ons; suffrage intimidated and suppressed 0i the South; suffrago impure and corrupt, apathetic and indifferent, in the great cities of the North; so that it is doubtful whether there has been for half a century a Presi dential election in this country that ex ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 January 1891

If 4 AVENGED AT LAST ; Or, a World-Wide Chase. A STQRY OF RETRIBUTION. BV WABASH. ICGJ7TRIGHT, 1890. Chapter vl-cobhsued. The visitor was a man "weighing some thing in the neighborhood of two hun dred goundSX and had a face as round and ms red as the setting sun on a dnter's day. Step by step he had Hsen from the lowest ranks, until h had finally attained the mighty distinc tion of being millionaire, said millions paving "been acquired by the practical application of tbift science of turning tallow ijio soap. Ta bis Oary days Ts known Mr. Vfilcox intimately, and the acquaintance &wd recently been .renewed with pleas fire oft fcoh sides. Consequently Mrs. )elyoan4hrdaughtePfelt it incum bent ufxrtl them to etitertain the gentle man when he called. tiSc conterting his soap-boiling busi ness into stock company and then sell ig oat his interest at an enormous profit, fllodge" had found a jfreat of timo on his hands. His wife bad in since passed to the bcttfc land," tnw as he toad no...

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. — 22 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. OFEICIAIi COUHTY PAPER. J? 1.50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. ? WILL E. STOtft, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of all in leavening strength. U.S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17. 1889 For sale in 'Ireat Rend by A. R. MOSS and other leading dealers. , leader, Look at This! Ttte have concluded a dubbiDg rjtngement for the year 1891 $i4n the National Democrat, a Jajrge eight page weekly paper published at Washington City. 5y this arrangement we are en bled to furnish the Barton County Democrat and the Jfotional Democrat for the small &Bm of $f.25 strictly in advance. She National Democrat will con ii& all the doings oi congress, latest and most reliable tele graphic news of the day, together !Tthia large amount of political flatter. Old subscriber who pay fill arrearages and one year's rud ftcrrjhtion to the Democrat can Bate the benefit of this offer. New Subscribers should take advant jtgg of this liberal of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 January 1891

BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. THE LARGEST' CI IiCU L A HON IX THE UOUNiY. PUBLISHED IN . THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. OPPTCIAL PAPER OF BARTON OOXJ2STT"Y" VOLUME VII. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1891. NUMBER 44. A f. . EDITOEIAL COMMENT- The state of Michigan is now solidly democratic, for the first time in thirty six years. -: iMore money and letter methods of distributing it is what our country s$eeiall needs at present; and we are in a fair way to secure both. David B. Hill, as a democratic sen ator from the great 3tate of New York, will have the pleasure of assisting in the confirmation of Grover Cleveland's appointments in 1892. TfeE warm sun of a week past had no sooner taken away . the blanket of suow from thetaceof the earth than the gentle northwest wind again bore flown with another white covering. A KXCiiANQE says: The Kansas JJarmer repiesentatives are catching on tf) great shape. The first caucus lasttd until three o'clock in the morning an jiour very few of them...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 January 1891

tfHE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND VROl'UIKTOK. GREAT T5EXD. KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. It as been finally decided that five Imildings of the World's Fair will be located on the lake front. . , Quest X at axib refuses to negotiate 0Yith the Servian Regents and insists on. tealirnr with M-Kino- Milan. " Delinquent subscriptions to the amount of $1,300,000 will be sued for Rcssia has protested, through itrff" fterman agent, against the narbonnpiiJfj wt'&'thetections bill came up as anf employment of Nihilists by tlrcL&ttetrfeiii6rnatig Mr. George continued Bulgarian Government. ct The Minnesota Senate has adopted Memorial to Congress asking for thlail passage of a law prohibiting gambliboJ $n grain and other food products. ,h- JTte colony of Western Austi9iaPp opened its first Parliament at Pev&r$h Ihe 20th, and $6,000,000 was asked bfoirfl?t$il$gttOTgfc bp option of the closure The Moslems of Central AsiavaxemrcK 4estfng to the Czar against thesepfHig incr from the Kora...

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. — 29 January 1891

1 9 -A THE DEMOCRAT will e. stoke, editor AXD FUOrRIKTOB. GREAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS " KEEPING HOUSE. Ob, what C Joy Is keeping house unto the mar ried man, u?t for his ease and pleasure do the women work and plan ; e 3Jo Icing within a palace can such Independence feel. And no hotel can furnish him with half so good a meal. Oh, yes. it's very blissful when he reaches home at night, "Weighed down with household duties, to be welcomed with delight, nd find no supper ready, while his tired wife, 'most dead, If ells that the last new servant left and all the "sass" she said. And isn't it delightful when he toasts his slip . pcred feet Before the grate so cheery to be told in accents sweet That empty is the cellar bin and that .the flour is out, .nd other things that he must get, and can't be gone without. Tes, keeping house is lovely when before each first of May The rent is raised, which he, all mad, declares he'll never pay; J&ouse hunting gives him lots of fun and moving gives h...

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. — 29 January 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPER. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. WILL E. STOKE, Publisher and Proprietor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One rear fl.50 8ix months..., O Three months Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend ansas, postomce. CV IWA11 adTertisements or commuoications, to ob fSkln an insertion in the Democrat, must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each week, at therery 7 SENATOR WM. A. PEFFER. '. Jbat is the Vay it will be writtf 30eafter. The "hayseeds" have gat OSed 4he harvest, the "greys" hj flfpdken, the "calamity howlers" If Seared John J. Ingalls into "inoci CjyaSetude," the back "deestricts' pent in their returns and Wm. Ji fer is selected as United States fyi succeed John J. Ingalls tl ', :' Oa Tuesday, at 12 noon, bs tafcex in each house of the ? nly one ballot va3 neces geetolt was as follows: , VT. A. Teller ffigalls L... , ChB. W. Blair 5 4iable, Craig, Hoover, Jieeley and ( Miller voted for Blair. j Atherton, Bishop ...

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. — 29 January 1891

A. S. HOTJCK, DEALER IN 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, ETGIITNING and TORNADO Insur ance, and can give you a good clean ejntract and help to keep it good dur ing the life of same. I can give . THE BEST Policy on Farm Property of an in Great Bend. JL'lease Call Soon and Oblige. R. B. WARREN, ljp stairs, Fair Block, GREAT BEND. KANS. LOCAL COMMENT, "Mid the jimpson tferry Simpson Suffered, Love, . And grew; ' Sans shoe, sans hocSs . He tilled soil mod tended flack. Yet on. And why Can't You? . Mrs. Jessee Chappell has returned to her home in Pueblo, Col. Ask Edgar Evans the name of the Jaeflr drink at the Morrison. Ed S. Marx and wife, of Claflin. fnt Sunday with relative ia ihit ity. . Miss Wilder, o the city schtiols has Resigned her position and goue to opka. Jl. B. Briggto, of Heizerton, ta a welcome caller ai ttie Democrat office Tue...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 January 1891

AVENGED AT LAST; Or, a World-Wide Chase. A STORY OF RETRIBUTION. BY "WABASH.' ICOPTBZGHT, 1S90. CHAPTER VII. COKTINTTED. "Who claims our protection?" asked 6ia friend and counsellor. - "Armida Delaro," was the reply. "Who has designs on that sweet Oreature?" asked the millionaire. , Then Perop told all he had seen and heard fthat night. This mysterious man is undoubted ly bestowing his attentions on Armida for a purpose of his own, and as it only tfis tresses her we must stop it" . "You seem very much afraid that Ann ida is falling1 into danger in that' Oan's presence, but don't you think that fhe Is able to care for herself?' That may bo," said Percy, "but if I Qistake not, that man is a designing Id Villain, and the less he sees of Armida the better. I do not like his tooks and he reminds me too much of bo tnan we are looking for. Lfc. these words Mr. Wilcox sat bolt Vjp-ight in his chair. lie was full of in terest now. Dow do you mean? Does this fellow Jteemblo him in features?' ...

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. — 29 January 1891

A MEW QUEEN. Th fenced Who Will Probably Rale Ove be Sandwich Islands. Boston, -Jan. 24. State Senator Mil tnan, of Newton, who is better prepared than any one else in this sec tion of the country to speak of matters at the Sandwich Islands from his many years of residence there and intimate relations then and since with the royal family, says: "King Kalakaua's sister, her Royal Highness the Princess Lydia Liliuoka lani, was appointed a short time after he King came to the throne, and for PRINCESS IJUrOKAIAKI, (Probable successor to Kalakaua.) th purpose of securing1 a successor as htir apparent, and she lias been recog nized as such for the past sixteen years. Hhe has always taken a prominent part ii the receptions at the palace and in the gayeties connected therewith. Un doubtedly she has a predisposition for public life, and it is an open secret that he ha anticipated coming to the throe. During the King's trip found the world, several years since, he was appointed as Kegent duri...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 January 1891

TBE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPBR". II 51-50 PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PKOPRIETOR. GREAT BbND, - - KANSAS The Kansas Uemeerat. One of the most.valuabie exchaugea flat rectus our table i the Kansas Jemcrat, published at Aopeka. by (ne Kansas Democrat i'tsblishmg ixm TChe liemocrat is sTx3columo, eight JSge sJailf paper artd firit-claM in avrerf Respect. Ira location at the slate Capitol enaMes it to presant the latest t-Oiltie! liews to its readers. Its tele- SjcSphte service is arlmtrable. No per on fiJio ayishea to be thoroughly in rfnet? on Kansas politics should be ItitHoat the Democrat Ib,e weekly Democrat is same aiie SaqajTy making forty-eight columns rftare? eu tujely so! id reading matter. adjust tne. paper for those who do Hat nud it convenient to take the daily. This most excellent paper will be lU&Ued to snr aid rips on the following ttn.; Daily Democrat, one year, five .dollar?; sis months, three dollar. Vekf . o dollar per year pay able in ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 February 1891

DEMOTE AT THE LARGEST CI RCULATION IN THE COUNTY. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON OOXJ2STTY VOLUME VII. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1891. NUMBER 43. j BAKTON 9-J o 4 WASHINGTON IETTXB. . ' . Washington P. C. Jan. 30, 1831. The hou3e apportionment bill yester day passed the senate, without Amend ment of any character, by a strictly party vote of 37 yea to 24 nays. The Dill makes the following-change in the present representation, and its opera tions will -bein-with' the fifty-third congress: One additional member, to AlalKima, Arkansas, California, Colo gado. Georgia, Kansas. Massachusetts, Michigan, ' Missouri, New Jersey, Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin Two additional members to Illinois, Minnesota, Pennsylvania and Texas. Three additional members to Nebraska. Democratic representatives held con ferences yesterday vritb Senator Gor man relative b the programme to be followed in the tiooe. and it is likely that today assurance will be...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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