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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 August 1887

Educational Convention. The Barton County Normal insti tute will hold its opening session in the Presbyterian church Monday, August 8th, at 2 p. m, ORDER OF EXERCISES. Music by members of Great Bend high school. Prayer by itev. .cnyean. Music by Presbyterian choir. Address of welcome by Rev. J. W. Thompson, President Great Bend Board of Education. Response by Miss Susie Long. Vocal solo by Miss Lida Norton. Educational address by Prof. M. Caraway. Vocal solo by Aiss Minnie Ed. wards. Address and general directions to the teachers of the county by Prof. Wolfe, County Superintendent. Paper, 4 Whither Are We Tend ing," by Miss Clara Allison. Music by members of high school. Reading of program and assign ment of studies for Tuesday, August 9th. Paying tuition and registering. Every active, progressive teacher in the county will be present prompt lv at 2 p. m. Attendance will be counted from that time. Proggressive teachers constantly at rive for higher attainments. These conventions ten...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 August 1887

SOUND AND VIBRATION. Corloo Statements or Whose Truth Krery Render Can Cenrlnce Himself. One person walking over a bridge, stepping slowly, does no injury, be-, -cause after each step the bridge recov ers before another step is taken; but when a large number of people step in lime to music, we have combined mo-' tion, and. the bridge has not time tot re cover between the steps, lie nee, dur- the passage of troops and all well regulated processions over a bridge the music is stopped and the ranks broken, so that the weight of the crowd is evenly distributed; while some are put ting their feet down others are lifting theirs up. Sometimes fearful accidents have followed when this breaking of step has not been observed. Once in France a very long bridjre went down under a body of soldiers marching over in ranks, resulting, in . the death of nearly a hundred persons. ; There is far Jess danger when a bridge is crowded . with people or cattle, or even many lieavily-laden cars, than when a...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 4 August 1887

. MOUSE AND COBRA. Che Singular Actions of a Frightened and Spell-Bound Little Animal. I was visiting at a friend's house in Calcutta, and was, on this evening, sit ting at dinner alone. The table had been some time waiting for the host, and I had at last received a note that he was not coming home, so I sat down alone. I had finished dinner and was still lingering at the table, when a lit tle mouse ran up on the top of a bowl with a sort of basket-work cover on it. I should not have thought that of itseli very singular, for the "tribes on our frontier" made most unexpected in cursions. But when he did get perched on the cover of the bowl the little fel low rose upon his hind legs, with his hands before him, and began to enter tain me with the funniest little mouse song you can imagine. "Chit-chit, cheep-cheep-chit," he whistled, and kept ic up before me in a most unem barrassed and self-possessed little way. I must have been a trying audience, for I leaned back in my chair and roar...

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. — 4 August 1887

8ART0N COUNTY DEMOCRAT. mm WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. OFFICE IN OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. . GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. William Friend is opening up a stock of goods in the Welles build ing. I want the address of Jehiel E. Tate, late of Company K, 16th Mis souri Cavalry. W. H. Odeix. Mrs. Dewey Langford, who has been sick for some time,- is, we are glad to state, nov improving. In the sultry summer day we hear the soda fountain fizz, and the man who draws the best, uf cource, is the man who gets the "Iiz.'4 S. S. Shattuck, of Homestead township, was in town Monday inak ing preparations for the railroad bond election on the 23d inst. Mr. Harper of Commanche town ship, was in town Saturday. He says that in his township the prospects are very good for a moderate corn crop. Uneasy lies the head that wauts an office, and the uneasiness is beginning to manifest itself on the streets iu little knots of men gathered in shady corners. The annual button-holing has commenced. J. S. Goshorn adjuster for the ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 August 1887

COUSTY BAMffl 1 . GREAT BEKD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 1887. VOLUME IV. NUMBER 19. ' . ' " ) ATTOBNEY S'. THEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COIE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW I Office in Court House. M-Counsel in German by Tbeo. C. Cole. 1AHER & OSMOND, ATTO R N E YS-AT- L AW. Room 4 and 5 in Allen's Block, GREAT BEND - - KAN. K. T. EWALT. Notary. J. H. BEMENT. EWALT & BEHEST, attorneys at Law, Real Estate and Loan Agents, Collecting a Specialty, Beat Property and Pay Taxes C. V. DlfFENBACHER, D. A. BANTA. BIFFENBACHER & BANT A, Attorneys at Law Office in Allen-Hubbard Block, rooms 9 and 11. J. RICHCREEK, J. II. JENNISON Notary Public. Richcreek k Jennison, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Farm and City Loans at lowest rates. Office in Opera House block. GREAT BEND, - - KAS. PHYSICIANS. F. MGHTFOOT, Physician & Surgeon. Headquarter at Allen's Drug Ster. A. Y. McCormick, M. Ti. V. L. Chester, M. I. McCORMICK & CHESTER, Physicians and .Surgeons. Oflice over Dodge's Ha...

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. — 11 August 1887

THE BABION COUNTY SEMOQBAT. Vm. E. STOKE, Publisher and Propa , DEWEY X.A29TGFOED. Editor. GREAT BEND. -'- - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of . the Daily News. TTASIIINGTOX NOTES. Thb Secretary of the Navy has issued in structions that the United States steamship Michigan shall be at Detroit on the 14th and 15th of September to take part in the ceremonies of the reunion ot the Army of the Tennessee, and at Chicago from the 1st to the 20th of October for the military en campment. President Cleveland has consented to act as arbitrator between Nicaragua and Costa Rica as to the ownership of the strip oz land over which the ship canal is pro posed to be built. Thb public debt statement for July showed a decrease during the month of 34. 844,694. It is asserted in Washington that Senator Riddleberger will make an open issue with Mahone in Virginia politics. The Secretary of State has received in telligence of the death of Mrs. Bubbard, -wife of the United States Minister to Japan....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 August 1887

the'" bartoh coum democrat. Vim E. STOKE, Fnblihr and Propr. SEWZT XaJTOPOKD. Editor. GREAT BEND! - - - - KANSAS. MY OLD HOME. 'The dear old spot! the dear old spot! Of childhood ne'er eon be forgot 1 Though months and years may pass away. And we in distant lands may stray. Its scenes from mind we ne'er can bloC "When, after years of absence gone, Sack to its silent balls we come. And view its rooms and stairs, where we Once played and sang and laugbed in glee, .And all our childhood pranks were done, How sacred seems the batten door. The windows small and oaken floor The broad stone hearth and fire-place wide. Whose cheerful fires we sat beside. And knelt our Saviour to adore .' 'Bow vividly we call to mind The faces now we can not find, . Of father, mother, sisters, brothers. Who've crossed tho vale of death with others, .And all that's mortal left behind! Solitude reigns upon thy hearth, O silent house! once filled with mirth! Thy chambers 'bove and 'neath are still From sounds o...

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. — 11 August 1887

BARTOH COUHTY DEMOCRAT official p km of barton count?. , GREAT BEND, KAS DEMOCRATIC DELEGATES. The various townships will be en titled to the following representation in the democratic county convention. The basis as agreed upon is one vote for each fifteen votes cast for Moon light and one vote for each fraction of fifteen. AVe would suggest that the committeeman from each township make a note of the number here as signed and see that it is correct. In case of error of course it will be recti fied: Township. Del. Townnhip. Albion 4 Homestead Buffalo 4 Independent.... 3 Beaver 3 Logan 5 Cleveland 3 Lakin 16 Clarence 5 Liberty Commanche 5 Washburn P 1 Cheyenne 7 Pawnee ltock.. . 4 Eureka .... 2 South Bend 3 Fairview 2 Union 2 Grant 4 Walnut 4 Great Bend 3 Wheatland - fist Ward 3 City of I 2nd Ward 3 Great Bend ) 3rd Ward 5 4th Ward 2 A hill, known as the Glenn bill, which prohibits the teaching of white and colored children in the same school, has passed in the Georgia legislature. T...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 August 1887

BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. : WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. OFFICE IS OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS. The father and mother of Herbert V Swift are both quite ill. J. C. Gwinn's oldest daughter is quite sick with typhoid fever. We understand work has commen ced on the foundry at lloisington. Mr. S. McCay came in Monday, and is shaking hands with his many friends in the city. The water mains are now mostly down on the Main streets, and rap idly going down all over the city. Sam Itosenfeld is in the east for a few weeks, and in his absence Mr. Loeb has charge of his clothing busi ness. For a little while ye shall see her, and then again ye shall see her not, tor. Jo! and behold! she has erot a New-master. Mr. S. Gano, formerly of Virginia, who bought the Long place on the Walnut, is here and is expecting his family here in a few days. II. M. Kline has been elected gen eral manaerer of the electric light works, to take the place of Fred Staufier, who resigned to go into busi ness for him...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 August 1887

, HOW PILOTS ARE MADE. '. Ordeal Through Which Ther Mast FM Uefore Ilecovlag a License. Pilots do not grow;, they are made; and a long, dreary task it is with some o mem in tne making. A man may cave been an excellent seaman, a ser vtucnuio m ate, or even a gooa sea cap tain, and then make a very bad pilot. This sea life, knowledge and instinct, other things being equal, make him a better pilot; but the intricacies of port navigation require brighter, quicker, keener comprehension than that neces sary for handling a ship where there is Abundant sea-room. The rights of in numerable interests, the vagaries of tide and current, the ever-changing character of obstruction or open ways, all require special training and years of most arduous acquirement. But the original pilot material is stumbled up on, not made. A "cub," or a "boy," as the. apprentice is called, whether fourteen or forty years of age, may - have come from any landwise calling with a cruise or two at sea to his ad vantage...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 August 1887

DEMOCRATIC SOLDIERS. The Shameless Way In Which They Are Trrtl by Republican Partisan. ' It- wi3l tlo the machine Republicans bo gol to deceive theras6lves about this (organization of Democratic sol dtets. It is not to be whistled down the Avind.. There will be quite eaough of U to make the machine nncomfoita le, and to make the G. A. R. wish it had kept out of politics. There is in it Hot the slightest coldness or aninns ity to the G. A. except as it for sakes its true path and purpose and undertakes to boom one party and abuse another. The Democrats pro pose to remain in - the order, bat they propose to also organize outside of it. A Tallied exchange is therefore not quite correct in saying: A large number of the G. A. R. Post of Des Moines have seceded because of the offenaive ness of the Tuttlj clement. It is hard for Dem ocrats to remain ta such posts as that of Des Moines and maintain their telf-respec But .why should not Democratic sol diers organize. The Republican party has...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 11 August 1887

BARTON COUNTY DEHOCBAT. WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. OFFICE IN OPEIiA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. ' Miss Minnie Doty has returned from her visit to McPberson. Dr. Royce won a $5 prize at the shooting match Saturday evening. "Work will commence on taking the school census of Great Bend in a few days. Mrs. James W. Clarke has been quite ill for some days at her resi dence on West Forest avenue. Miss Ollie Welch, a sister of J. IX, at Pawnee Rock, is in the city visit ing with the family of C. B. Alorgan. Mr. F. M. Dodson, of the "Fai mous," returned Sunday evening from attendance at the sick bed of his sk ier. A new sidewalk, which has been much needed, is being put down on the west side of Main street leading to the depot Mr. F. F. Johnson's familiar face can now be seen at Shaw & Wilson's drug store, were he has taken a per manent position. Mr. L. E. Sunderland, who has thr. larh-wire manufactory in the south part of the city, is reported very sick with the fever. Dr. Shaw p...

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. — 25 August 1887

Ot, i - S 7$3nT VOLUME IV. . GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUG., 25, 1887. NUMBlEft'li. rilnM lit .i W:mmi P r' fct -"o ,1L atoJ-nT.t. a - 42m, "VI t X . -r 05 ?...::; ..yb-- ,irra .n rn,"'0 J A V attorneys'. THEO. C. COLE. ELBICK.C. COL: County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. -Counsel in German by Theo. C. Cole. MAHER & OSMOND, ATTO RN EYS-AT- LAV - ' Rooms 4 and 5 in Allen's Block, GREAT BEND - - KAN. K. T. EWALT. Notary, J. II. B EM EXT. EWALT & BEMENT. Attorneys at Law, Real Estate and Loan Agents, Collecting a Specialty, Rent Property and Pay Taxes. C. F. PIFFENBACllER, D. A. BANT A. BIFFENSircSR & SANTA, Attorneys at Law Office in Allen-Hubbard Block, rooms 9 and 11. J. KICHCREEK, J. U. JENNLSON Notary l'ublic. Richcreek k Jennison, ATTO R II EYS AT LAW, Farm and City Loaus at lowest rates. Oflice in Opera House block. GREAT BEND, - - KAS. PHYSICIANS. F. LIGHTFOOT, Physician & Surgeon. Uea4qaarten at Allen's Drug Stor. A. Y. McC...

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. — 25 August 1887

BABIOH COUHTY . DEIIOCBAT. Xmi, Z. 8TOXB. PnMlsh.r and Propr .... pwct xjuropoap. Honor. GREAT BEND. .... KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary of the Daily Newa YFA8UXNGTOX NOTES. Thb Secretary of the Interior has re- TOked the order of withdrawal of indemnt ty lands for the benefit of the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad Company, and in a long letter to the Commissioner of the General Land Office has directed that they be re stored to settlement under the F re-em p tion and Homestead laws. It is stated that between 25,000,000 and 30,000,000 acres are involved in this decision in the case of the Atlantic & Pacific Company alone. The necessity for a court-martial in the case of Colonel William Burns has been averted by the withdrawal of all the charges preferred against him by Colonel "W. D. Whipple. The trouble between the two officers has been amicably settled and calls for non-action by the War Depart ment. The President has appointed William Parsons, of Hartford, Conn., a speci...

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. — 25 August 1887

SBE BABTOB ' COOm DEHOCBAT. 'vuL S. 6TOX2, Fublishtr and Propr. SSWET LAVBTOSD, Editor. GREAT BEND. ... KANSAS. "CASTIj.ES IN THE "AIR." - Amid the myriad troubles that meet ns day by day, v Who would not from the conflict a moment turn away, -And in far-off fairy-land, where men no burdens . bear, .Forget awhile our tears and toil in " Castle in the airr" When many a bright-hued prospect fades fast beyopd our view, AJd hopes which ncared fruition prove shad owy and untrue, May we not in that dream-land, beyond all clouds and care. Behold our Paradise restored in "Castles in the alri" 4), there are lonely chambers in every home and heart And in life's song- of sorrow each one must bear a part. But hark ! what mystic melodies soon hush the . voiea of care. .As parted hands are clasped once more in Caa les in the air." "Then never grow discouraged though fortune favors not, And we pursue life's pilgrimage unnoticed or forgot; "VVe have an hour of victory and lustrous laurels wear 2Tor...

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. — 25 August 1887

Odell '& Gunnell; 'amphrey . . . . 8 do 1XS lo 9 135 128 taddoT 10 136 819 Son. 11 - do 1 95 ..12 do i4 ' f"r;i ir 8 137 6 86 Person 10 138 7 57 ,, .if do 6 30 more n hf .,. 140 4 87 Us hf 2 do 4 87 ti 4 l 1 In- " .. 9 do 1 so n "" 9 141 14 54 11 d 1 SS w." 1 142 128 do 1 28 S do 1 28 t' 4 do 6 43 5 do lie . 'J' " 9 do 1 28 " "" . 5 143 1 95 nsiirance. ana. Loan an Agents For the U. P. R. R. Lands, al Improved Farms and Unimproved Lands AT TIIK VERY LOWEST RATES. AS VALLEY TOWN AND LAND PAXY ADDITION TO GREAT Long list of property in all parts of the City at Great Bargains. ; BEND CITY, wever w hf of nw hf of n hf 2 48 33 t 583 S 384 8 334 8 334 8 334 10 4 55 11 43 15 1 28 do 93 do 29 30 20 35 10 23 10 24 24 10 24 28 70 40 84 9 18 37 1 06 39 27 24 45 804 52 18 95 S It Gwinn 150 ft of w hf ... . A V T A L e 1 do 11 do ".""7.'r.rr."."i4 Ro.,m 10. Allen-HubKard Hock. Great Bend. Ka.u8 17 49 13 59 16 25 16 32 12 76 625 12 CI Susie woolman........... ....... 8 A V T A L co treo Kinca...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 August 1887

1 I BARTOH COUHTY DEMOCRAT ornciAL paper of mm cobsit- GREAT BEND, : . : : KAS The first number of the Seward In dependent has reached our table. It shows that good workmen have han dled the type to put it up, and a ver satile writer has furnished the copy. La Hue Durliam is the publisher. It is reported that a man named Robert Grace has discoved a vein of coal at a; depth of 190 feet, on his farm 15 miles north of Lamed. If this turns out to be a good find it will en courage our people to go ahead with the gas prospecting well. Lkt the members of the Democratic county committee in the various town ships remember that the county com mittee recommended that they hold their primaries September 21st. It is not absolutely necessary that the prim aries be held on this day, if another is more suitable, but for the sake of uni formity it would be better. It should also be borne in mind that each town ship should elect a set of alternates as well as delegates. Tiieke is still room in the De...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 August 1887

SHERMAN'S CANDIDACY. Ohio Bloodj-Shlrt Apoatle Acting- IIU Own J actio j. Thafe which you would have well done do yourself. John Sherman is - - through with lukewarm and blunder ing deputies. For the third time he proposes to enter a National conven tion as a candidate for the Presidential nomination, and it is under his own commanding v that a. resnlntion. which he had previously scanned and approved, proclaiming hearty and cor dial support of his ambition, is passed by a convention of Ohio Republicans. He is thus formally, aggressively and personally in the race. There is no shabby pretense of a diffidence which is not felt. The man boldly seeks the office. Such self-assertion is not without its embrassnients, but Sher man can find excuses for the direct if the less modest method in the menacing attitude of his . enemies anion r the Republicans of Ohio. Under an inspiration that may be guessed, x they . propose to dis- creuu onerman in lusown oiaie, iuere- by rippling him before t...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 25 August 1887

insect Mechanics f, ttTtsdom That Prompts the Uornet to Per form Peculiar Duties. 'I have been watcking a yellow nor iet building a nest neat; my kitchen loor for several days,", observed a gen tleman to another, "and the longer I watch it the more puzzled I am to know whether it is glided in its work by knowledge and reason or by instinct. It does- wot week like a machine, bat with all the sagacity of a reasoning be ing." I Irxxe watched them, too," replied the otfeer; "but I could never see any signs of reasoning powers. They seemed to be doing something tkat they coiiJdntfeelp." IThis is not the case with this hor it,"v,'dlseryed the first gentleman. "It tttne'ene day when I was -sitting in the xloor:iind made a careful survey of the surroundings, and seemed o be partic ular about getting 5u a place whero it Wdlfld be well protected f im wind and rralt. It finally selected a place under :the string rail to which the fence boards li3 nailed. After 'making up its mind Jit cleaned o...

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. — 25 August 1887

BAttf ON" COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. - OFFICE IN OPEKA .HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS. Prof. Bullock and wife, and Miss Katie Halsey have been engaged as teachers in the Ellin wood schools. The rain of Sunday morning piled on top of the frequent ones of last week make things rather sloppy on our streets. Query: How can two school mams, each six inches in diameter, get away with a watermelon three feet in circumference ? When it comes to discussing the railroad bond proposition now, since the recent enlightenment on the ques tion, Sam. Maher is away on top. Wdi. Long found a coat at the cir cus which the owner can have by call ing at George Crummack's, South Main street, and paying for this no tice. A letter from Hon. W. H. Camp bell, at Los Angeles, Cab, says that he finds a delightful country out there, but California is no such state as Kansas for safe investments and sure returns. Dr. McCormick is putting up a handsome frame residence in Grand View addition, nor...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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