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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 December 1886

i V- BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. DEWEY LANGFORD, Editor. mCE 11 WILLIES BLOCt, o GREAT BEND, KANSAS. A. T. &' Q. Ft Timo Table. On aud after April lltn, 1S8 Bend as follows, via : train leav Qre&O goiko rusi. e ...4.69 a. m. ...6.32 a. la. ...4.50 p. in. ..10.06 a. m. ..10.22 p ni. . . 9.8 u. m. No. 2... GOING WEST. So. Vu.fi. and (. itop only at principal stations Not. is through California and Mexico train. Nos. 3. and , Colorado trains. Nos. 2, 4. and 6, connect tn all points vast. W4 Tobkky, Agent., W. V. 4. C-GEEAT BEND EXTENSION. DEPARTS. No 1, psnger 1135 a. m. No S, Xreigut 5:30 p. ni. ARRIVES. No S, paiwenffer . . (S.30 p. m. No , freight 6.30 a. m. GREAT BEND POSTOFFXCE . HOURS. Oo and after November 1, 1886. SUNDAY, 10 a. in. to 1' p. in. WEEK DAYS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. MONEY KDElt, 8 a. m.to 5 p. m. KEGISTEIt BUSINESS, 7 a. ni. to 7 p. m. GREAT BEND MAJL TORY. DIREC- GB.EAT BEND to DOURANCE. Trips two, Arrive.JMonday and Friday. Lwpan, Tuesday aua Saturday. GREAT BEND ...

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. — 16 December 1886

1 j f u 11 1: r. THE'; MESSAGE. The President Again Addresses the ' Forty -Ninth Con;fress. Tenitine Treaties The Fishery Trouble Cutting Case Postal Service Army and Nary Federal Taxation Pensions Etc. WAJ-msTGTOX, Dec. C. The President's I message-was Rent to both houses of Con gress to-day. The following is the major portion, containing the principal feature And matters of interest: 3Tu the Cowjres of the United States: la the dgchurge or a constitutional duty, -and tcJlowiiur a well established precedent in the executive office, I herewith transmit o Congress at its reassembling certain .'iferi-jation', concerning the state of the Jn on. together with such recommendations far IcglsCut ve consideration as appears no eJsary and exped.ent. ' Forelcn HelAtioitx. Our Government has consistently main tained its relations of friendship toward ali other powers and of neighborly interest to ward those whose possessions are contigu ous :i bur own. ew questions have ar sen durlnn hepast ye...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 December 1886

THE FISHERIES. Correspondence Between the State Department and Great Britain. Washtsgton, Dec 9. The President yesterday transmitted to Congress Secre tary Bayard's correspondence with the British Government respecting the Cana dian fishery troubles and seizures of Amer ican vessels. The fallowing is Mr. Bayard' letter to the President: Department of Statk., Washington, Dec. 0, l&tf. f 2V the Prctidtnt: The Secretary oftftate has the honor to submit to the President, with a view to its communication to Congress, the correspond ence relative to the fisheries in the waters adjacent to Br.tisho North America, which bas taien place dunnjr the present rear. It will d sclose the action of this department and of our Minister to Great Britain, In rela tion to the disputed construction of the con vention of lHls, and what has-been done to procure such an Interpretatiouof its provis ions as will be aceptable to botb part.es to that instrument, and cons-fetent with the r mutual interests a...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 16 December 1886

uMuuuUVjLJ U n o U 1 11 H r i I?) kV flrW TnraW fTBrtTifuiTM! (Tan (TTjiWnin 1JJMJJ muuyufifl. w ill .- Of one of the Largest Stocks of . iQiUUlliiflJ A li . J aJ S V 0 o L Miff UUUVf J -1 it mm, ! ir 1 n mm H: e Will commence their FIRST ;rRAND CLEARANCE SALE ON DECEMBER 1st, AND CONTINUE THE SAME FOR THIRTY DAYS. We invoice stock anu ary 1st. From this date till then we propose to close out our entire stock to make room for one of the largest stocks of Spring goals ever opened in the wns and in order to doj this we shall make prices solow that every buyer ofgoodsr will find something to interest them. .The GQOdS Must Go, If Tlisy JDo 3Srot? Bring TeLl? X,iiir ValU0, as it is contrary to our system of doing business to carry or repack any goods. Our prices aremadeto close out the present stock, and you willSnd them 25 per 0rrt T-jO"Wr Than A.rry Otlier HZOIXS in. "tlx West. Remember this grand slaughter in prices or Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes will onljj last thirty days, ...

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. — 6 January 1887

0 0 G - c 0 - -- - " o ' 5 Volume ii. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1887. NUMBER 40. BAETOI fTOTWW DEMOCRAT. r i '5 1 -I KANSAS NEWS. o McPherson county & infested with norse t ievea. , Sn3au B. Anthony ur leciure at Beloi ou January 8th. Th corn crop in Kansas this year was 140,000,000 bushels. A colony has beenciorniecl at Wich ita to go to No Man's Laud. Syracuse is to have a three (gtory bric hotel an(,opera hoii3e. Qog cholera has broken out in Phillkps'and Osborne couutif It is reportoi,that0 the CoolUge Border Ruffian has suspendJ, A new street jnilway A one fcf ioraiug improveineuts of Newton. The bonds f thj lina, Sterling and El Paso roaQfriej at Hutchm on. Thfc union ex-fisoners oj war have formed associaiu&s $1 Lawrence and Coucilk-dia. The, village d?1 ilar'tland is doming to prominence is-tS "ba4, bo.s$j cow boy town." Wolvtf a so (io?l fa IvorSon county thalweg! bar ft travelers in J Che daytime. It is proposed lo3Jtivate exclusive ly here jn Kausaii...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 January 1887

m BABTOH COUsh ESMOCRAT. PUBLISHED BY DEMOCRAT PBIKTIX? CO. DEWEY LANOFOKP, Editor. GREAT BEND. - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tlie Daily News. TTASHIJfGTOX SOTES. The Comptroller of the Currency has de clared a fifth dividend of ten per cent, in favor of the creditors of the Pacific Na tional Bank of Boston. This . makes in all thirty per cent, paid oa claims proved, amounting to $2,299,140. Speakxu Carlisle has filed his answer to George H. Thobe's notice of contest of "bis election to the Fiftieth Congress. He denies -ell of Thobe's allegations. The Indian Commission has made an agreement with the Indians at BSrthold to surrender all their reservation except a -portion thiy-five miles square and take lands in Minnesota. Representative Springer says he in tends to secure, if possible, the passage by the present Congress of his bill to1 provide an enabling act for th admission into the Union of Dakota, Montana, New Mexico and "Washington Territories. The new States wo...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 January 1887

i 1 , ' . nmrnnnin THE BABIOI ' C0H5TT DEMOCRAT .-"iU-riir n ' fUBUSHED BY DEMOCRAT PR1NT1K6 CO., OeWEVJLAHOFORDa.tor. GREAT BEND. - - - - KAW .. C . - LOVE'S HEEDLESSNESS. Q, wrot a letter to my love, And all my passion told. " I called her "Darling," "Sweetheart." For distance made me boiii. G U vowd to her that saffand Urear Would be my wretched life hles8he turned a friendly ear, And saiil she'd be my wife. bef-ped that she would let mo knot? Without delay my fate. gjhat was a month and more ago Sgl anxiously I wait. How can mfclove tso cruel be? How can t.he try me sot (gnd her delay in answering me. Does it mVfan "Yes" or "No" ? Dove, What's that? The bell? The postman's ring? "A letter, sir, for you." . Ten thousand hallelujahs sing! My darling'a heart is true ! $ta no ! "VVhi's this? "Your lo3er, sij: "- I 6ee beneath the lamp $he very note I wrote to her, iclul nailed without a ttamp.' a zomtgrille Jot&nG, SnTHTHG XHB coox. $ &vi$&SSrrlng Sport that JsOut Of Fas...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 January 1887

BARTON. COONTY DEMOCRAT. DBWEY liANQFORD, Editor. . emCE II WIEimBLOCI. jGKEATBEND, : KANSAS. The reluctance with which thelrish landlords accent the reduced reiPts tendered by tenant's trustees shows that they re very glow in' learning the difference between half a loaf and no bread. 9 The frjepds of thfc inter-state ,com; xoerce b'll, it is said, feel confe .dent of its passage. Senator Culiom has made a canvass of the senate and figures out a majority of from 16 to 20 p. its favor. Some of the craziest bloody shirt partizan3 are at last forced to thPhu miliating confession that the soihern states are prospering without the aid of the republican majorities. A .thing like this :is very gagging" but it elps the conscience. ' Pension Commissioner Blacks, dem . ocrat and soldier, was the first com jnissioner to make any inquiry as to , how many soldiers we?e in Qthe p or houses of the country, and had the - mortification to learu tliut thereowere 9,000. Republican commissioners had .n...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 January 1887

BARTOH gOUHTY DEMOCRAT GREAT BEND, KAS A. T. & S. F. Timo Table. On aud after Aprfl llth, l&SR trains leave Great. Dead s Jaw, vis : OOINO EASl 2Co. 2. ... " 6. ... Q 1. P. IS 4.59 a. ra. ..O... (5.32 a. ni. .....4.50 p. uu 10.06 a. in. ......10.22 ft m. .33 u. m. OINO WEST. Ko) 1 P only at principal aratious Xo 1. Is through California mid Mexico trail. Noa. 3. and 6, Colorado trains. 2oa. 2, 4. and 6, connect Ui all points eart. . W. Tokkey, Agent. W. V. A C GREAT BEXD EXTENSION. OZPABTS. JTol, pasM-ncer 11:15 a. m. N 3, freight S:30 p. O ABJUVJM. . Xb 2, pa-sener t. . .? 4 30 p. m. No 4, freight -30 a. GREAT BEND POSTOFFICE HOURb. - On ami aftor November 1, lSsfi. SUNDAY, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. WEE DAVS,"a. ia.to7p.rn. MONEY OKJDER, 6 a. m. to 5 p. m. REGISTER BUSESESS, 7 w.Q 7 p. m. . GREAr BEND MAIL DIRECT 0TORU. GREAT BEXD to DORRAQCE Trtpa two. ArriT,JMouday and Friday. , Depart, Tuewlay and Saturday. GREAT BEND to MILLARD. Trips three. Arrive, Monday, WidDesday anitlFri...

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. — 6 January 1887

V it-: CHRONOLOGICAL. Some of the More Important Hap - penings of 1886. XX10 Great Labor Strikes Deaths of Noted Alen Storms and Karthquah Political and Social Events, ISotb. Foreign and Domestic. AGRICULTJJBE. "February 14 Ten per cent, of dstock In Arkansas Valjey destroyed by cold weather during winter. ;t o Apr. 22 A million acita of fine cotton land Jlooded by breaking of a I levee on tbc Missis sippi river, sixteen miles-below Helena, Ark. June 7 Frosts in Northern Minnesota and Dakota seriously injured the wheat crops. Jane 11 Wheat sold in Chicago for 7o',i cents Ier bushel, the lowest in twenty -five years. June 23 Unpreeodentcdly large crops of Wheat and fruit in Virginia. July 12 Loss in snr.nir and winter wheatdur- tag June ll,Ott,000 bu California wheafcerop targes t ever harvested. a Aug. 11 An improved condition of 6pring viieat m Iowa anci u retrogression in Dakota heavy decline generally. 8 Sept. 8 American Horticultural Society Jecte. burner joirie, or Cobden, ill....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 January 1887

PINKEKTON'S WORK. Details of the Chase After . press Robivjers. Ex- A Story That Kradi Like "a, Romance "Jim Cummlngj " as a Letter ' Writer Evidence Ob- . tained. Chicago, Dec. 28. The complete details of tbe chase after the Adams' Express rob bers, -who rifled safe ofi the St. Louis & San Francisco road on the night of October 25 of from $55,000 to $00,000, were related by the officers of the Pinkerton National Detective Agency for the first time 1 night to a representative of the Associated Press. The agency has succeeded in arresting five men, named Frederick Whitrock, who is the autho of the "Jim Cummings" letters, and who is claimed to be the man who per petrated the robbery; W. "W. Haight, an ex-employe of the express company, who is supposed to have aided in planning the robbery from his knowledge of the railroad "run"; Thomas Weaver, a Chicago laundry man, who was with Whit rock before and after the robbery ; Edward Kinney, a brother-m-law of Whitrock, upon whose person...

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. — 6 January 1887

BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT O 2BWE YLANGFORD, itox. oFFIC IS WILLS Eft BLOCK, o GREAT BEND, .: : KANSAS Focoal go to Hedges Sl Co. . . ..Buy yc-ur coal of Allison Bros. All assortments of smoking ai , tides at E. E. ALooiz's. j The largest and best selected stock oi watcaes.clocks, jewelry, silver war1 Vmd musical in'mui-nt tfG. ,,$s & E R. Closes at bed rockprices. ; s Another taiu loud of&)anou Cii o coal has arrived lor Allison Bi;os. 38 Buy a 'sample Cap at El wood c J Co. s for 50c ou SI for the .next " Leave orders .at Harper's bool ;stoie and the C. & A. Grocery f i .coal from Allison Bros. t$. (3 -0 Now is the time to malce yis wife a present of a New Home, House hold or .S:anda,r .Sew'.ng Macaiue Sold by G. N. & K K. M..ses. The 'cost of postage stamps t th goverruent, .covt-rinir everything, in -eluding delivery, is 66.99 per thouSSritl A full line yf hardware, stoves, im plements, wagons, buggies, carriages. puniDs, etc, at G. N. ot E. It. Alose- Shiloh's Cure ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 January 1887

"'I TV I l . ''-'LJ " 1 p" 1 , 1 1 -" gjiliLE. mm . CQU III BEMOCEiTi VOLUME II. -'-fc . KANSAS NEWS. " Itrned is to have the electric light. AjptlTfmy has had iu, first 'colored vreddiug. Senator fluml) gave 8500 to the . Mrs. Logan fund. . Hhev were 234,093 'snoVe sheep in 188(5 then in 880. Two milium swine eat corn on Kan sas land tliis winter. The water w rks at .dge City are completed aud in use Since N(3. 1,287,551 poundsoj but ter hale been sold in ivans. Kansas people freeeiv mail from gver 2,600 pustofficeaiu the state. ComaueXo county haa ley news, papers. Land office notices do it, A Hutchinson nrm is making a business ot shippiigcats tc (LWorado. Wellington will have a free postal delivery on the record male ayearago. The Hutchison Xeiva nominates T. T. Taylor for Goj.ruoj two jears hence. - Winfield has a'oan an4 building association with capiful stock ut'3, 000,000. The people Of J&httNen oSnty are qnite juhliaut ojcjp theij gooi ta prospeet. Russell coan3y has te...

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. — 13 January 1887

fHE BARTOH COUHTY DEEDCBAt FUBUSKED BY DEUOCJUT PRIMTIMS'CO. DEWEY LAWCFOKD, Editor. . CHEAT BEND. - KANSAS. THE WOELD AT LAEGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate met on the 4th, and as soon, as the Journal was read Senator Cullom an nounced the death of Senator Logan, and on his motion out ol respect to the memry tit (de ceased the Senate adjourned The House met and after the resignation of Mr. Hewitt, as a' member from New York city, the death of Sen ator Logan was announced and the House ad journed. Ix the Senate on the 5th Mr. Mitchell, of Pennsvlvania. renorted a Villi irrantlniy a tiension of K.OOO a year to the widow of General Logan. Mr. McPherson offered a resolution .calling on the Secretary of the Treasury for a statement of the indebtedness os the Paciflc railroads to the Government January 1, 1887, which brought on quite a debate, and was finally passed over. The conference report on the Interstate Com merce bill was then debated until adjournment. .....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 January 1887

THE BAETOH COUHTY JEHDCHAT. PUBUSHED BY DEMOCRAT PR1HT1HS DEWEY LAHOFOKP, Editor. GREAT BEND. - "ff - - KANSAS, QyARIAT BILU The "Engineer's Story rhepoet wishes to have it undWtoo4 tht he 19 alter Bret Harte. 'Well, stranger, 'twas somewhere iH 'alxty nine. I wore runnin' the 'Frisco fast XpfeM, An' from Murder Creek to Blaste. Ptnej, Were nigh onto eighteen mile, J gwu, road were down grade aH tbe way. An' we pulled out of Murde a little tote Bo I opened the throttle w!de tfeat day. An' a mile a minute was 'tvuj our gulU CTMy fireman's name were 2. art at Bill, A quiet man with an easy way. Who could rope a steer trith cowboy's akin. Which he'd larnd in Texas, I re hear Um ay; . TThe 66i were strong as tenoperel steel. An' it went like a boll frum a crossbow flung; Anr-urter Qll changed from saddle to whel. Just over his head la the cab it bung, o o "Well, as I wee sayln, we fairly flw As we igs-uck she curve at Buf olo Sprinjr, An' I give her full ateam an' pat her through, An' t...

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. — 13 January 1887

BAKTOH CQDHTY DEHOUBA?. D3WBY LANQPORD, Editor. OFFICE II WILLIES, BLOCK. GREAT bend. KANSAS. Little Job 117 Blossom of Ilarrods Ijurg. Ky., hufces wallowed 16 cents in ennie.s and cent pieces.and lias never een sick a day. The winter carnival at Montreal will be held from February 7 to6 12th. 'The ice castle will incle an area, of 14,000 square feet, and be of an en tirely new design. ' The prospective peich crop of Kan tsas - is very poor. With tb mercury okt 10 to 15 degrees below zero, there "is nt much to eneourags the Kansas peach grower. It is said that 15' de grees below zero never fails to kLl peach buds. The Helena (M. T.) city council lias advanced the gambling license from $25 to 850 per quarter for stud poker, keno, roulette and short faro. The saloon license is left at 825j ex cept that " dives 3 must pay $50. A year ago Thomas Cruse, an old mining millionaire of Montana, who 0 had. Jived a bachelor, married Miss Galen, poor dressmaker, giving her & wedding present...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 January 1887

BARTOH C0UH7Y DEMOCRAT GREAT BEND, : KAS A. T. & 3. F. Tims Tablo. n nd aSterril 11th, 1SSS tiklna I Bead aa folUwa, vix : .7. 4.5.m. .... IttLM. rr- . io,a.m. ... 10.22 w. ... tJBanaV JJ. S.andG ataponlrSt prindpal ttl-B-o i. hi through California and Mcctcu ttaia. Ni.S.l , Colorado traitv-Jk Not. 4. and 6, connect to all W. V. & C QKEAT BEK EJfTEJeaUX. DKTAtm N 1, fna .IMS S au No,frQiU-. .. J(5 4. 1 re IK n i a- GREAT BEND OSTOjFTiCE HOURb. On and after NoyhuUM,ISS3. aCSIXlY, 10 J. m.& 1 j. m. WEEK DAYS, 7m. m. to 7 p.. MONET OBDER, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. KEUISTEK BUSINESS, TfV . to 7 p. - 'GRElX NDIAJt DIRBC W -lORY.' OREAT BEND to DORRANCE. -Trlpf tw. ArrlTe Mondmfond Friday. Iepart, Tuesday and Saturday. OREAT BEND to MILLARD. ffripa thrao, J ArrWe, Monday, Wdneilay awllFrldaf. Impart, TueaJay , TtanndaygMd Saturday. REAT BENDio BARTOXDALE. Arrive, Monday and Frtd ly 5 p. tn. Depart.. Tuomiay do arurdy ?. $1 CROSSE to G REXT BEN D. '. Trlpa aix. rrW and f part daily ee...

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. — 13 January 1887

INTERESTING FIGURES. AJk instructive Dineourse on the Measure ment of &Vesh Eggs in Quantities How few "people realize how many spawn of fish a million is. We are ac-J usfomed to read of this or that hatch &y sturning out so many millions of whifeefi-ih", ghad, salmon or speckled trout, as the case may be, with lut little thought of how many a true million actually is. In conversa tion with an acquaintance some days ago, while speaking of the number of million of spawn we had laid down in the Caledonia hatchery, was asked Iiow many bushels of spawn I supposed we had, and if Ikne&how many spawn Ifc took to make a bushel. I replied that I had never thought of the matter in that light, but as it would be quite interesting to know J, would ascertain. Acc.ordinglychave had a few estimates made with some of the dffierent varie ties of spawn we have at the Siatchery. W began with the sftlmoa trout, the spawn of which were obtained from toike QJuron. ,S mentiod this fact as the ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 January 1887

DEATH ON THE KAIL. Two Shocking Railway Accidents in One Day. Nineteen Persons Killed and Many tore Injured on the Baltimore & Ohio, and One Killed and Several Injured at MlttinekJiqitfn Uau. TiFnx, C. kn. S. Aa ast-"bound freight, drawn by engine No. 726, wkile running on an up-grade Bine miles east of here, and within hal? a mile of the village git E.epublic, gave out. and was unable to make the grade. The conductor ran for ward with a signal to flag the fast tram, No. 5. but it was too "late, the train was less than a quarter o a mile distant, run ning at the rate Of sixty-three miles per hour, and it crashed- into the freight, wrecking both engines and . the baggage, express, smokieg awl one-passenger car of the passenger train. "Within an almost incredible short space of time the wreck was in flames and the injured passengers were being burned. The passengers in the two sleepers and one coach escaped, numbering about fifty. Nineteen passengers in the smoker were all killed....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 January 1887

BARTON CODHTY UWM . jjawsr langpoiid, Editor. e , r-.-,. . . 9FF1CE II WtUjEl Afitt. GREAT BEND, s KANSAS. "' L " For coal go t tledges & Co . r Bulk oyter tot sale at the C. A A. grocery store. You will fiiulft uice lot f dressed chiekens ani turfcv ou baud at Beye'a. j ' mm - Are you.g'in t pint? Go t' Bursou & Shaw i'og io prices aui good materials. . ,j o Mri. Hale ha em ployed H. C. fierce, a firt clan photographer iroai the east, and id prewired t furaiwti hp bes2 - photographs in tije couutry. ' "Wishing to el. .so out my stock of Millinery Cjhods f aru off rimr every thing in that line at suicily Jird cost The slock is Entirely new ana consists , of a teirge and complete liue of-the inost desirable and eofveet tvks iu Hats, Trimmings, Taney Goods, etc. 'Call and see me mid cocviaced that . I can save you fifty perot-ut. by netting you goods at hnlf of reo ar prices. t Mi?s Beixe Moore. &ALT RUEUM Sr ECZEMA. Old sores and ,u Icefs, Scaldhead and riugvvorm, Fuin in...

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