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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 October 1887

lr BEMOCl ABTOfl VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 6, 1887. NUMBER 27. ( GO U STY AT. J - If.- ! I - 3 - ATTORNEYS'. THEO. C. COLE. ELEICK.C. COLE County Attorney. CQLE BROTHERS , ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. Counsel In German by Tbeo. C. Cole. I MAHER & OSMOND, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAV . Rooias 4 and 5 in Allen's Clock, GREAT BEND - - KAN. S. J. PAY. Notary. J. II. J5EMENT. Day & Bement, Attorneys at Law, Real Estate and Loan Agents, Collecting a Specialty, Rent Property and Pay Taxes C. F. PIFFENBACHER, D. A. BANTA. DIFFENBdCHES & SANTA, ilttoriieys at Law Office in Allen-IIubbard Block, rooms 9 and 11. J. KICIICKEEK, Notary Public. J. II. JENNISOX. Richcreek & Jennison, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Real Estate & Loan Agents. Collections Promptly Attented To. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, - - KAS. PHYSICIANS. F. UGHTFOOT, Physician & Surgeon. EtilaTtan at Allen's Drug Store. A. Y. McCormick. M. D. V. L. Chester, M. I). McCORMICK & CHES...

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. — 6 October 1887

THE BARTON COUNTY .DEMOCRAT. will. s. STOKE, Publisher and Propr SJEpX"? X-AJJOFORD, Editor. . (TREAT BEND. - . KANSAS. THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally News. TTASELLNQTOX NOTES. The gold coin and bullion in tba United States treasury, September 20. aggregated $2S9,677,835, an increase since September 10 OI 3,54U,63S. Usited States Marshal Bases, of Massachusetts, has sent vouchers to Wash ington lor enough money to bring bis lia bilities within his bonds. The President has issued a proclamation suspending discriminating duties of ton nage and imposts on Spanish vessels and manufactures from Cuba, Porto Rico and ' the Philippine islands. The President has declined to commute the sentence of Seaborn Kalijaw, a Creek Indian murderer, sentenced to be hanged at Fort Smith, Ark. The President has granted a pardon in the case of William Brooks, James Fitzger ald, Thomas Jackson, William Henderson, John Palmer, Reuben Goins and George Herner, convicted in the United States Court fo...

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. — 6 October 1887

m BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT, T7IX.I. E. STOZS, Puollahar and Fropr. DEWEY ZiASarOSD, Editor. GIlEAT BEND. - - - KANSAS. TO A STAR. fhou sun of worlds unknown, whose light ne'er on as shone. Bow softly falls thy beam, on mountain, hill and stream ; Unchanged thy place and true, in Heaven's fair arching blue Brilliant as when earth first caught thy rays. Thy form Is still the same as when God lit thy flame; Thro' ages rolling on thy silvery light has shone ; Cndimmed thro' myriad years thy glory still appears. Superbly set in Heaven's fair dome. rhy home, how far away, near God's eternal day; Beautiful, sublime, resplendent as thy prime ; God's halos round thee glow in beams of light that show Thy wondrous beauties to our gaze. Incandescent star, thro boundless space how far? As infinite thy course as He who set thy force ; And yet thy rays combine where twenty mill ions shine On Heaven's broad, ample road sublime! Art thou a place of rest for souls of Heavenly quest? Or art thou fairer ...

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

BARTQH COUNTY DEMOCRAT ornou nm or mm count?- GREAT BEND. : : : KAS Democratic Ticket For County Treasurer, L. M. KRAUSE. For Count j- Clerk, D. R. JONES. For Register of Veeda, F. M. STIiOTllMAX. For Sheriff, F. D. WILSON. For Couuty Surveyor, II. MAKKEY. For Coroner, Dll. F. II. SCOTT. For Cotnuitarioner, 1st District, II. LANGFELD. A STRONG TICKET Made ud of Good Men A Combi nation Sure to Win. Because it Represents the Peo ple of Barton County. Thk more the merits of the demo cratic county ticket are discussed the more evident it becomes that the party has put up a strong titket. From the days of Jefferson to the rule of Cleveland, it has been the cardinal principal and chief vantage ground of the democratic party that as an organization, it has been ruled by the people and not by the politicians and the demagogues. The party was true to its principles in making nominations one week ago last Saturday. The question was not "Whom will the ring select?" but ."Whom will the people e...

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

Li. J. Barker is, we regret to learn, quite ill. Rev. Thompson and family have g one to Lyons. Mr. Wm. Boa has moved into theJ Hess residence, on Forest avenue. Dr. Van Hummell, of Denver, is in the city with some fine dogs, and will take part in the coursing. Some one left a package at the post office news stand, which they can have by describing property and pay ing for this notice. Mrs. Cynthia Wilson, Mrs. Jane Peod, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wil son left for the southern part of the state Tuesday morning. Ida May Berry, traveling corres pondent of The Sunny South, published at Atlanta, Ga., came in from the west this morning, and is canvasing the city to day. . The Great Bend base ball club has disbanded for the- season. Manager Typer has held the club together suc cessfully' through the season and deserves credit for his spirit of perse verance. At a recent meeting of Woodland Lodge No. 87, K. of P., Mr. D. A: Banta was elected U. C. and Cash M. Moses K. of R. S. The meeting of t...

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

RAISING TURKEYS. Aow o Feed ana IIoou Them at Differ t Season of the Tear. lho common turkey is a natire of TObrth America. Its name arose from the confusion that at first existed rela tive to the identity of tho bird with the guinea fowl, which is known as native of Turkey. There is no better place for keeping turkes than a large open shed. It should be so constructed as to protect the fowls from the incleiu ency of the weather, and especially xrom the wet, which plays sad havoc wun inem. nave high perches, but do not neglect to make a broad ladder for them to walk up to roost It mirht be asked why a ladder, when the turkey - in its wild state roosts on trees and other high places? When we fatten fowls in the domesticated state, they become heavier than when wild, and the weight is too much for the strength of their wings. While enjoying their liberty, they take exercise which pre serves them from "ald&rmanic propor tions." Avoid roosting on trees; many a llock has been wiped o...

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

REBUKING FORAKER, IThnt Ohio's Pmoratl) Candidate for Governor Thinks of Ills Opponent. The indictment which Mr. Povrell drew jap against Governor Foraker, tvas a stinging one. In it he said: The"Governor of Ohio should set an example in his own conduct of loyalty to established order and good govern ment. Whenever, in public place or speech, he refers to the President of the United States, it should bo with, at least, a decent respect iar the Chief Magistrate of over sixty millions of people and the highest elective office ton earta. The President represents the dignity of our Republic '"before the other nations of the wend, llis rep utation should be as sacred to very fair-minded citizen as his own. In de fiance of this -sentiment Governor Foraker, in a large convention, ;not only claimed that -President Cleveland was lacking in courage of every kiad but made the erpress charge of cowardice gaint him by comparing him to 'whipped spanicL1 -Such universal ensure came at once .from p...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 October 1887

BAHTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. . "WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. OFFICE IN OPEUA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS. J. L. Carr, from Commanche town ship, is in the city until after the fair. Dr. Miller, formerly of Pawnee Rock, is now with Charley Hooper in the drug store. Mr. Greve has re-painted the num bers on the postoffice boxes In a hand some and tasty manner. F. G. Fortman, of Ellinwood, domocratic nominee for Register of , Deeds, was in town Saturday. Every precaution will be taken by the fair Association that no damage may occur to articles exhibited The California fever still rages. Several of our young are men talking of going out to the Golden State in a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. L. Baldwin returned from a summer visit to Pennsylvania, S.iturday evening, having enjoyed a very pleasant visit. Topeka is said to have sent the largest G. A. R. delegation to St. Louis of any Kansas town. Lincoln Post Eent one hundred men. The American Coursing Club holds its second annual meeting beginning O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 October 1887

v y iW VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 13, 1887. NUMBER 28. B1ET0S I AHIT) A Fin ATTORNEYS'. THEO. C. COLE. EL1UCK.C. COLE County Attorney. COXE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. -WTCounsel in German by Theo. C. Cole. MAHER & OSMOND, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW . Rooms 4 and 5 in Allen's Block, GREAT BEND - - KAN. 8. J. DAY. Notary. J. II. BEMENT, Day & Bement, Attorneys at Law, Real Estate ana Joan Agents, Collecting a Specialty, Rent Property and Pay Taxes C. F. DIFFENBACHEK, D. A. BANTA. DIFFERS & SANTA, Attorneys at Law Office in Allen-Hubbard Block, rooms 9 and 11. J. KICHCREEK, J. II. JENNISON. Notary Public. Richcreek & Jeimison, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Real Estate & Loan Agents. Collections Promptly Attentetl To. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, GUEAT BEND, - - KAS. rnYsiciANs. F. LIGHTFOOT, Physician & Surgeon. Qeaiqn&rters at Allen's Drag Store. A. Y. McCormick, M. D. V. L. Chester, M. D. McCORMICK & CHESTER. Physicians and Surge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 October 1887

THE BABTOM CQUKTY DEHOCBAT. ,7rC,X' P'STOgl!- Pnlih and Propr. iusaroED, Editor. GKEAT BEND. KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE Summary of tlia Daily Newa TVASIIINGTON NOTES. orrespoxdexce between President Cleveland and Surveyor General Georee w. Julian, of New Mexico, affords assur ance mat ine President will call the atten tion of Congress to the land grants of that iemwry, wita a view to a speedy settle . ment of titles. Secketabt and Mrs. Lamar returned to Washington on the 3d for the winter. Secretary or State Batard is quoted as ayinginanne united states will not in leriere actively with Germany in the Bamoan islands as long as American rights Thb Interior Department has decided to aanere to the rule already in force not to Issue permits to persons to enter the Indian Territory for hunting, fishing, etc. The action of the department is influenced by ine ODjections of the Indians. Consul Hatfield, of Batavia, Java, whose -arrest for fraud by the Dutch colonial officials has been repor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 October 1887

THE BAETOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT. T7ZI.I. E. STOKE, Publisher and Vropr 3ET7EY lASSrOBO, Editor. GREAT BEND. - IT 1 KANSAS. A CITY COURTSHIP. The proper place for courting. By the story-books' reporting, la some lane or meadow-pathway, out of Bight of town. With the sweetness blowing over From the fields of beans and clover, .And the skylark dropping westward as the sun goes down. But I've met my little Sally , At the mouth of Dawson's Alley, Aa we walked along together towards the Dome of St. Paul's, 'Mid the jostling crowd that passes 'Neath the glaring lamps and gases, .And the 6houting of the drivers, and the news boys calls. And the lily of the vaJJey That I gave my little Sally "Was the faded penny bouquet that a flower-girl sells; She has never seen one growing, And it's easy to be showing. Tor its birth-place is in Dreamland that's be yond Bow Bells. Oh! it pains me in our walking All the oaths and shameful talking. And the folks that brush her passing, and the glances bold! But t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 October 1887

BARTON COUNTY DEHOCBAT. WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. . OFFICE IN OPEKA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS. Democratic Ticket For County Treasurer, L. M. KRAUSE. For County Clerk, D. It. JONES. For Register of Deeds, F. M. STROTI1MAN. For Sheriff, F. I). WILSON. For County .Surveyor, B. MAHKEY. For Coroner, DR. F. II. SCOTT. For Commissioner, 1st District, H. LANGFELD. Tjik democrats opened the campaign in good old Lakin last Saturday even ing. Most of the candidates were present, and a rousing meeting was the result. The meeting was held in Ellinwood and was largely attended. The winds of November will bring good tidings from Lakin. Mr. Dodge came very near being slaughtered in the house of his friends last Saturday. Sixty-six against fifty seven is not a very triumphant party endorsement. Many of the republic ans are themselves awakening to the fact that no man has a right to claim an oflice for a life time. An exciiaxgk tells of a man who came to town with a load of smoked meat and sold...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 October 1887

BARTOH COUHfY DEMOCRAT OFFICIAL PAPER OF BiUDl WWII. GREAT BEND, : : : KAS The stand pipe of the water works is now visible from all parts of the city. It is said Prof. Andres3 will bo here before long with his combination of attractive wonders. We put in a word occasionally for the American coursing club, which begins next week, October 17th. Mis3 Laura Chapman returned last week from her visit to Kentucky, and is now with Charlie Dodge in the Register of Deeds office once more. Late this afternoon the coroner, Dr. Shaw, received a telegram from Albert, saying that C. L. Raudebush had killed himself. We have not beard the particulars. The Great Bend Gas & Fuel Co., are pushing work rapidly, the con tract for boring the well is already let and work will be commenced as soon as machinery and tools can be shipped in which will be in 30 or 40 days. Mr. and Mrs. C. Samuels returned last Monday from an extended visit in the east. Mr. Samuels says in all his travels he has found no pl...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 October 1887

NOTED HYMN WRITERS. &ltory of Som of the Famous UeUglous BonS or the LHt Century. Mr. H. L. Gladding spoke at the -laoernacie Baptist Church Mission, in 3Sev York, on "An Evening with Hymn Writers of the Eighteenth Cen tury." The speaker claimed the last century as pre-eminently glorious in the wealth of imperishable hymns wnicn it had given to the Christian -world. After briefly alludiner to Watts, Doddridge, Wesley, Montgomery and others, he dwelt at some length on the haracter and work of Co woe r, Newton, TToplady, Perronet and Fawcett In speaking of Cowper, reference was tnaole to the fact that ono of his last and test hymns, "God Moves in a Mysteri ous Way," was written under very pe culiar circumstances. It was just be fore his last attack of insanity. The shadow of the coming eclipse had al ready touched his mind. Cowper had resolved to go to a peculiar part of the Ouse river and drown himself. The driver of the carriage missed his way, and by this providential interfere...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 13 October 1887

THE WORKMEN'S FRIEND. Democracy and Its Relations to the Pro ducing Classes. No one denies that the Democratic "party from the first, always, without deviation, without rariableness or shadow of turning, has bocti the work-iag-man' s party, and has been pro foundly interested in the welfare of "working-men. The interest that the Democratic party has taken in the welfare of working-men has not been spasmodic, fitful, variable, irregular, but steady, CQnstant and conscientious. We challenge the record, every page luminous with ike facts as we state them. It could not, in the nature of things, be otherwise. The great ma jority Hsf the Democratic party has always been p-or men, working-mc&, iflot TOClronairrjs, not aristocrats, nt -aneti vlio accumulated wealth by mo nopolistic methods, railroad wrecking, land grabbing, stock nd bond gran ting, land stealing, etc -Such things 3ia"Ve distinguished the -Republican party -and in other days, the Whig jparty. Andrew Jackson -saw -the ten...

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. — 13 October 1887

8ABM1 CDDI1TY DfflOCBAT. WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. OFFICE IN OPEKA nOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS. , Fred Murphy, a nephew of our young friend, C. W. Murphy, is here no a visit from St. Louis. There is lots of work before the district court this term, and the chances are the three weeks will all be taken up. Mr. and Mrs. Y Y P. Clement and fair.il' havti-jouc to Uattle Creek, Michigan, where thov are takiug their son, Burehie, for medical treatment. Another arlesin well has been struck near Fowler, which flows 130,000 gal Ioiih er day. This well is on the farm of Jasper Bowers, and is only 125 feet deep. Greve& Zceller have moved into the store room on the south-west corner of the square, where they are fitted up to do a general painting and decorating business Bob Bailey's horse became fright eued as Mrs. BaiJey and the children were driving to the lair grounds, and running away overturned the buggy and threw Mrs. Bailey and the child ren out, not injuring them seriously. Prep...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 October 1887

mi "Error Tl i DEflOljlCATo VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1887. NUMBER 29. ! . x : ,1 attorneys'. THEO. C. COLE. ELKICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE brothers, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office In Court House. IWTCounsel in German by Tbeo. C. Cole. MAHER & OSMOND, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAYV. Rooms 4 and 5 in Allen's Block, GREAT BEND - - KAN. S. J. DAY. Notary. J. U. BEMENT. Day & Bement, Attorneys at Law, Real Estate ana iioan Agents, Collecting a Specialty, Bent Property and Pay Taxes. O. F. DIFFENBACHEE, D. A. BANTA. DIFfENBlCHER I 8AHTA, Attorneys at Law Office in Allen-Hubbard Block, rooms 9 and 11. . RICUCREEK, J. II. JENNISON Notary Public. Richcreek k Jennison, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Real Estate & Loan Agents. Collections Promptly Attented To Office over Moss' Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, - - KAS. rrnrsiciANs. F. LIGHTFOOT, Physician & Surgeon. Cealqcarters at Ulea'f Drug Store. A. Y. McCormick, M. D. V. L. Chester. M. D. Mccormick & Chester, Physicians and Surg...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 October 1887

TiHE EABTOS COUNTY DEMOCRAT. GIIEATBEND. -'- - . KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. "WASHINGTON NOTES. Social circles in Washington are sur prised by the announcement that Miss Ethel Sprague, the daughter of Mrs. Kate Chase Sprauge, and the granddaughter or tbe late Chief Justice Salmon Chase, is preparing for her debut on the theatrical stage. Thb Treasury Department has decided that tourists who visit Canada in tbe sum mer and purchase winter clothing will have to pay duty on it. The treasury is endeav oring to reach more definite regulations as to what articles a tourist may bring into the country free of duty. The Laundrymen's National convention began in Washington on the 10th. Thb .United States Supreme Court met lor its October term in Washington on the 10th. " Thb Internal Revenue Bureau has been Informed that liquor is smuggled into Alaska in large quantities and sold to In .dians. Secretary Whitset's forthcoming an nual report will give descriptions of ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 October 1887

ass&assmi&a&irtstt SHE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. T7IZ.Ii E. STOKE, Publisher and Propr DEWEY ZAJ7aFOSJ. Editor. GREAT BEND. - - - KANSAS. FARMER DRONE'S COMPLAINT. I b'lieve that fate's agin me, wife, As sure as you are born My 'tatcrs ain't worth pickin' up, I've precious little corn. I planted when the sign was right Folks said my seed was poor. But then, I had a plenty o'nt, And put in all the more. The plants were sickly when they came, And bo I had to wait, Until the weeds had grown so big I couldn't cultivate. But I had done the best I could, So t wan't no fault o' mine; I planted in the growin' moon, And follered every sign. I hadn't time to haul manure, .Nor did it seem quito right To put much t mo into a crop, Then have it turn out licfht. As 'tis, I'll scarcely get half pay For what my labor cost; .And if I'd put in twice as much, Jest think what I'd 'ave lost! I know my neighbors say I'm slow. And think I try to shirk; They tell me that my farmfn' tools Ain't fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 October 1887

flABTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. I WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. OFFICE IN OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. G IlE AT BEND T KANSAS. Democratic Ticket For County Treasurer, L. M. KRAUSE. For County Clerk, D. R. JONES. For Register of Deeds, F. M. STROTI1MAN. For Sheriff, YD. WILSON. For County Surveyor, 15. MAIIKEY. For Coroner, DR. F. II. SCOTT. For OuiuuiLssioner, 1st District, II. LANGFELD. D. R. Joxes has the inside track for County Clerk. He is qualified, popular and deserves the office, and the people will put him there. Mr. Newcomij will have to have a rest as County Surveyor and the man to take Ins place is 15. Markey. No of fice must be made a life time gift. Knights of Labor, in convention at Minneapolis, refused to take up a reso lution to endeavor to secure the coin mutation of the death sentence of the Chicago anarchists. This is the most sensible thing we have heard of that organization doing for many a d;iy. Krause looms up as our next Treas urer. The republicans might have made his election do...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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