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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 February 1891

AVENGED AT LAST ; Or, a World-Wide Chase. A STORY OF RETRIBUTION. BY M WABA8IL" LCOPTKICHT, 1330. CHAPTER XL When Percy arrived at B'ieno3 Ayros lio did not rush with precipitate haste to Emerick & Co.'s office; he took up his quarters at a quiet English hotel and then went systematically to work to find out what ho could about Mr. Emerick. There was little to be learned, however, for all ho could hear was that Emerick lived in quiet se clusion in a handsome modern resi dence lying to the north of the town, which had been previously occupied by ITr. IIowo, his partner, and fami'y. When not at business Emerick was .e ported to spend his time at this house, where ho would sometimes entertain a few friends, particularly somo Spanish gentlemen, who, strange to say, were not admitted to the bettor society of Buenos Ayres. To these guests of .Emerick's the houses of the civil au thorities were not open, neither did .any of the numerous wealthy foreign residents invite them to their ta...

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. — 19 February 1891

ADMIRAL PORTER. DEAD, The Admiral of the Navy Sur renders to Death. 1 Although 3fot Unexpected His Call 80: vbst Sodden III Long- Career in the Ty Briefly Sketched. Washington', Feb. 14. Admiral David D. Porter died yesterday morning-. His death resulted from fatty defen eration of the heart, which relentless disease fixed its fatal clutch upon him at Newport, E. I., last summer, when, contrary to the advice of his physician, he overtaxed his strength by taking violent exercise, and was stricken down with a complication of diseases, induci ng' congestion of the lungs and dropsy. Ilis death this morning1 was calm and peaceful. It came almost entirely with out warning. When Dr. Wales left hina it 11 o'clock Tuesday night his condition was about the same as it had been for several weeks past, and there were no indications that medical services would be needed before the time for the doc tor's regular visit in the morning, about 9 o'clock. The nature of the Admiral's disease made it ext...

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. — 19 February 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPER. II 91. SO PER TEAR, IS ADVANCE. WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT Bi-ND, - - KANSAS The Kansas Democrat. One of the most valuable exchanges that reaches oar table ia the Kansas Democrat, published at Topeka, by the Kansas Democrat Publishing Com pany. The Democrati8 asix column, eight page daily paper, and first-class in every respect. Its location at the state eapitol enables it to present the latest political news to its readers. Its tele graphic service is admirable. No per son who wishes to be thoroughly iu formed on Kansas politics should be without the Democrat. The weekly Democrat is same size AS daily, making forty eight columns almost entirely solid reading matter, and just the paper for those who do not find it convenient to take the daily. This most excellent paper will be mailed to any address on the following terms: Daily Democrat, one year five dollars; six months, three dollars. Weekly, one dollar per year pay able in adv...

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. — 26 February 1891

THE LARGEST CI RCULATION IX THE COUNTY. AMI DEM MAT PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON COUNTY VOLUME VII. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2G, 1891. NUMBER 48. B TO COUNTY EDITORIAL COMMENT. Money should be so plenty that it would seek property, instead of having property go all over this and other countries in search of money. Onaga Herald. Blatnk's reciprocity business is the squarest kind of a back down on pro- tection. It is practically free trade under an asumed name. If the repub lican party think they can win with James G. on a democratic platform of reciprocity in 1892. they .will he as badly fooled as they were in the big 7th district when they tried to elect James It. Hallowell on a greenback platform. Ex. ' It is to be hoped the farmers will test the culture of the sugar beet in this country this year. Some of the very best authorities on the subject have positively stated that cane grown in this high and rare atmosphere, where winds s...

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. — 26 February 1891

THE DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE. EDITOR AND PUOPR1KTOB. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. A large party of New England cap italists, headed by Gen- Ben Butler, have teen visiting" Alabama. IJT the London IfanKruptcy court a I -receiving order was made in the case of I Grace Hawthorne, the actress. Ebxest J. F. Babtox, an old artist of Providence, R. I., was found dead in his studio. lie had ended his life with chloroform. The death is announced in London of Baron Ilaussen, the Austrian and Greek architect. He designed the Athens Academy and the Parliament buildings in Vienna. The report of a Berlin newspaper that the British and United States Gov ernments had agreed to submit the Behring sea question to the King of Italy for arbitration was premature. The Brussels workmen s council is inviting1 socialists throughout Europe and the United States to an internation al congress August next, and because denied suffrage Belgian workmen are organizing a universal strike. Ax Austrian s...

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. — 26 February 1891

AVENGED AT LAST; Or, a World-Wide Chase. A STORY OF RETRIBUTION. J.COITRIGHT, 1820. CHAPTER XIL Preparations for his departure kept 3VIr. Emerick at his office all day and far into the night for the next few days. He had decided to sell out his business entirely and was disposing of his stock of goods both in the warehouse and in transit for any amount which they would realize. lie appeared to be in a state of intense excitement which was Tather unnatural for him, as he usually maintained an exceedingly quiet de meanor. But the occurrences ol the past few days had apparently unnerved him. His anxiety to get away was undis guised and at times he bad good cause to fear that his desires would not be ac complished. Disposing of the stock was an easy matter, but many of the outstanding bills due the firm were difficult to settle in a satisfactory man ner, and many had to be relinquished altogether. One night as he sat at his desk, very late, ho hoard a knock on the door and upon opening ...

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. — 26 February 1891

fHE DEMOCRAT. WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington, D. C Feb. 20,1891. For the first time in the history of the house that body held two distinct legis lative sessions during the same calendar day. Acting in accordance with a res olution adopted two days ago, the house met at 8 o'clock for the consideration of the. immigration bill. The chaplain was not present, but the proceedings were proceeded by the reading of the journal and its approval. This action is, however, considered by parlimentary authorities to be irregular, and it may be that the question will be raised today as to its legality. . The democratic members of the North Carolinia delegation met yester day ajnd resolved to press the candidacy of Hon. C.W. McClammy for the clerk hip of the house of the fifty-second congress. Mr. McClammy has served two terms in congress from North Car olina, and has been a zealous and in rwictrinne. member of the house. A njember of the agricultural committee r5 has been a conspicuous advocate of...

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. — 26 February 1891

A. S. HOUCK, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS,? OILS, STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. INSURANCE I wish ti fay my patrons and those defcirinjr Insunince. that 1 am making h ppecial business f FIRE. LIGHTNING anl TORNADO Insur ance, and can "rive yon a (md clean contract and help to keep it jroo dur ing the life of same. I can pive THE BEST Policy on Farm Property of any one in Great Bend. Please Call Soon and Oblige, Ti. B. WARREN, Up stairs. Fair Block, GREAT BEND, KANS. Frank P. Cline, now t)f CV.nou City, CVl .came t Barton county lat week to look after his' property interests here. He reports 2Irs. Ciine's health as much better than tor a number of years. Jacob Geil, of the west side, called Monday and renewed on this paper. Mr. Geil is one of the solid farmers of the county who have an abiding faith iu Kansas, and who farms at a sure pn fit. Lou It v. ell wiL t&Le a car load of Kansas horses east to Connecticut, iu a week or so. Ou his return he will bring several Wilkes...

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. — 26 February 1891

SQUmuoEREP millions. Senator Carlisle Discusses "the Vanishing Surplus" It Shows a Defleit of 84, 000,000 For Next Tear A Tale of Repub lican Extravagance and High Tariff Tax- action. Everybody has known that the Re publican majority in Congress has about succeeded in squandering1 the great sur plus in the Treasury. Everybody has Ae&rd intimation, too, that a deficit is likely to take the place of the surplus in yte near future. Republican Senators themselves have made public statements -which showed that the possibility of a deficit was looming up to disturb the peace of the Republican lawmakers. The quiet haste with which Speaker lieed and the small cabal now running the House of Representatives let the di rect tax refunding bill drop was another indication that the bottom of the Treas ury would soon be reached. The exact state of the Treasury and its future condition have thus come to be subjects of speculation and prophecy; lut there was no trustworthy informa tion which too...

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. — 26 February 1891

.INDIANS ANGERED. Hostilities Liable in tbe Sprint Because oi the Lack of Tact la OoTermment Officials and Misplaced Publle Admiration. Chicago, Feb. 21. The band of Sioux who arrived here on their xeturn jour ney from Washington to Pine Bidg-e left for their destination last night. . Before leaving- American Horse made this significant declaration: "I signed the Sioux reservation ceding1 rtreaty, but when I saw how the months of my peo ple were closed in Washington I told the little chief .Noble that I would be no longer a leader of my people, but -would mingle with them as a warrior in the raaks rather than lift my voice again in behalf of the white man." ' Douis Primeau, of the Standing' Rock agency and one of the interpreters of the party, eald: "In view of the last visit and tfce excitement of last fall, I know and 1 am no alarmist that in the spring here will be trouble. At horticultural hall, in Philadelphia, where crowds were present to see the Indians, the only chief who re...

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. — 26 February 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPER 11 11.60 PER TEAR, IX ADVANCE. g WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GREAT BfcND, - - KANSAS The Kansas Democrat. One of the most valuable exchanges that reaches our table is the Kansas Democrat, published at Topeka, by the Kansas democrat ruonsniug vum- r-'- .. . , ru The Democrat is a six coiumn, eigm. naire aany paper, ana nrt-t;ieo m . I H A. l everr respect. Its location at tne state eanitnl enables it to present the latest nnlitical news to its readers, its teie- crraDhic service is admirable. No per 1 1 .1 . U I in. I on wno wisnes to ue muruuguij iu i formed on Kansas politics should be without the Democrat. . I The weekly Democrat is same size I .. J. r . i I as daily, maaing ioriy-eigat uuiuuiub almost entirely solid reading matter, and mat the paper tor those wno ao - not find it convenient to take the daily. This most excellent paper win oe mailed to any address on the following terms: Daily Democrat, one year, five dollars: six mont...

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. — 5 March 1891

I' 7 TY DEMOCRAT THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. PUBLISHED IK. THE PEOPLE. OOITN OFFICIAL PAPER OF BAR,T03Sr COXJISTTT VOLUME VII. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1891. NUMBER 49. WILUAH TECUMSEH SHERMAS. Address of Sam'l. J. Day, Delivered on the Occasion of Memorial Services, February 22, 1891. Half-mast the flag -Ore the minute gun solemn tone the Freedom-bell fall in,the sorrowing ranks put on the sable badges mournfully drape the Lib erty emblem muffle the drum soften the bugle-tone step slowly to the death dirge let flow the falling tear -stifie, as best you can. the welling heart-throb, as, with bowed head and sorrowiug mien, you mourn the Nation's and hu manity's loss, and pay your lassad re spects to the memory of the man you so revered, and the commander you loved so well. Yes, Sherman is dead! Never again will his noble form move so modestly, yet king-like, atnong sol diers or citizens. Never again will his voice be heard kindly soothing, coun seling, streng...

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. — 5 March 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL CCUHTY PAPER. (Office i a Opera Block) GREAT BENT ), : KANSAS. WILL K. STOW C, ruMIsktr and Propriftor. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM Of SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year fiix months Three months. $1.50 . to J50 Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, poetoffice. EJTA11 a Ivertisements or comnjniications,tooh tain an insertion in the Democrat must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each wek, at the very latest. Kansas will receive $71,743 by the passage of the direct tax bill in the national congres3. 20 more congressional monkey busi ness nntill the first Monday in Decem ber, 1891; and not mnch then, for the congress will be democratic, and there fore devote itself to business. Bennie has enough trouble on his hands now. without calling an extra session of a democratic congress. It will, be noticed that the size of the Democrat thi3 week is reduced two pages, being a six page paper in stead of eight pages as formerly. Owing to the lack of advertising that t...

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. — 5 March 1891

3V "7 v ! . 05V THE DEMOCRAT will e. stoke, editor ASP PUQygtKTOR. GREAT HEN D, - - - KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. It is probable that there will be a Con fe derate demonstration in connection with the Grand ' Army . display ibX the dedicatory exercises of the World's fair. A movement with that end in view is on foot. . - - - . ., Advices by mail sajr President Kal tnaceda, of Chili, is trying to purchase a fast cruiser from the Argentine govern ment. His forces number 30,000 men only half, armed and consisting largely of fcreVgn levies. The Arkansas senate has adopted the liouse concurrent resolution instruct ing the governor to direct the proper officers to proceed against ex-Treasurer Woodruff according to the criminal laws of the state. The Italian native levies, commanded "by Capt. Kinella, have inflicted two se vere defeats 911 the Soudanese near IMassowah. Six hundred Soudanese raided tb frontier of Italian territory in revenge for alleged injuries. The Italian native forces surpr...

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. — 5 March 1891

AVENGED AT LAST ; Or, a World-Wide Chase. A STORY OF RETRIBUTION. BY "WABASH." LCOPTSICBT, 1800. CHAPTER XIII. COXTOTTED. , "Dear me," said Mr. Wilcox, "but 'this matter is getting serious. Here's that young grocer again. He was here last night, too; he'll begin to tbink he owns the place , very soon, and all be cause he happened to be laid up a week or two on account of an accident. It would have been- better for all con cerned if he had taken the five hundred dollars we offered him; we should then have been rid of him with all obliga tions canceled." "Armida tells me he makes very rapid progress in his studies and is really a ery remarkable man," responded Mrs. Delaro, without accepting Mr. Wilcox's remarks in their serious sense. Then noticing that her apparently light man ner of treating a subject which each had a short time before thought so seri ous did not seem to please Mr. Wilcox, who remained perfectly silent and con tinued to read the evening paper, she again spoke: "Mr. ...

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. — 5 March 1891

A. S. HOUOK, . DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS,-OILS, .'STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. INSURANCE I wish to gay to my patrons and th"Fe lesirinp Insurance, that 1 am making: a special bueinew f FIRE, LIG H TNING and TORNADO Insur ance, and can give .you a good clean contract and help to keep it good dur ing the life of name. I can give mtiw i i uicirn 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. District court is now in full blast. The docket is ut a very long one. Thos. Keenan called Wednesday and ordered the St. Ixu is Republic. F. M. Russel and wife, of college addition, have returned from their Virginia visit. A. O. Avery, of Clarence, town ship, called Saturday to order the Democrat pent to his house. Remember the date of Duncan Clark' female minstrels, at the Grand opera house, March 26th. When wanting anything in the line of paints, il&, stationery and druggists ...

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. — 5 March 1891

THE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAP3R. II 91.50 PEB YEAR, IN ADVANCE. g WILL E. STOKE, EDITOR T AND PROPEIETOE. GREAT BhND, - - KANSAS The Kansas Democrat. One of the. most valuable exchanges that reachts our table is the Kausas Democrat, published at Topeka, by the Kansas Democrat Publishing Com pany. The Democrat is a six column, eight page 'daily paper, and first-class in every respect. Itsicatin at the state capitol enables it to present the latest political news to its readers. Its tele graphic service is admirable. No per son who wishes to be thoroughly in formed on Kansas politics should be without the Democrat. The weekly Democrat is same size as daily, making forty-eight columns almost entirely solid reading matter, and just the paper for those who do not find it convenient to take the daily. This most excellent paper will be mailed to any address on the following terras: Daily Democrat, one year, five dollars; six months, three dollar. - Weekly, one dollar per year pay able ...

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. — 12 March 1891

BARTON COUNTS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE COUNTY. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE PEOPLE. DEMOORAT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF; BARTON COUNTY VOLUME VII. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1891. NUMBER 50. . . - - . . - i THE ALLIANCE AND PROHIBITION. It is every man's duty to comport himself, socially, financially and polit ically, in an honorable and consistent manner, so that all men may see that a thorough appreciation of the Golden Utile, "Do unto others as ye would that they should do unto you," is practical ly understood and appreciated; so that no man may point to them and say "They are hypocrits, pretenders, schemers or -demagogues." But alas, "there are too few who do their whole duty in all things; and the number of those who evade duty at the most cnt ical moment is growing alarmingly numerous of late. In the campaign of the fall of 1890 a new party sprung to power in Kansas through a combination of circumstances never before dreamed of, and gained strength in numbers wi...

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. — 12 March 1891

XHE DEMOCRAT. OFFICIAL COUHTY PAPBR. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND. : KANSAS. WILL I. STOKE, FikUshcr rraprirtar. PUBLISHED WEEKLY TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASK. One year Six months ThrM mAnlhi .......... Entered aa second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, poatoffice. AH advertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion In the Democrat, mast oe nanaea in by Wednesday noon of each w-ek, at the very latest. A Topekan's Opinion. I Olmits Botes. J of the third day she came home thor- We have received tle following from j From -p. H. J." oughly worn out and disgusted, she . I Mice W Kiilo llnm r.tnrn frv-im I . . .. . .. . . . . a iormer ion coumy man. now ai j . U) WaiK two mues. l assea mm resident of one of the suburbs of faer visit, on Saturday, the 28th ult. that night why he did so and he ex Topeka, and publish it that our read- School ia Dist. 85 commenced again cused it off by saying that he didn't ers may see how a man who is "on the on Monday; term expires on the ...

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. — 12 March 1891

A. S. HOUCK, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES f 7 PAINTS OILS, f .STATIONERY, AND :: CORNER :: LOTS. INSURANCE I wish to say to my patrons and thse desiring: Insurance, that 1 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 ot same. 1 can give THE BEST Policy on Farm Property of any one in ijreat Uend. Pltase Call Boon and Oblige, K. B. WARREN, Up stairs, Fair Block, GREAT BEND. KAN8. LOCAL COMMENT. II. M. Chaffee and wife were made the happy parents of a new baby girl last week. Remember the lecture and concert at the Catholic church, next Tuesday night, the 17th. Remember the date of Duncan Clark's female minstrels, at the Grand opera bouse, March 26th. The ''hayseeds" are coming home from "Topeky," and Kansas is still on top or in a fair way to be before long. Martin Menzer, of Olmitz, wad in the city Tuescay. He is greatly pleased with the general outlook for Barton county. When wa...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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