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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 November 1887

B ARTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT OFFICIAL PAPER 0? BARTON C0UNI7- GREAT BEND, : : : KAS Alex Dennis was down from Hois ington, Tuesday. . r Hon. H. J. Koetzel was up from Ellin wood, Tuesday. J. C. Tryon, of Homestead town ship, was in the city Tuesday. George Yates, of Hoisingtou, was in the city visting friends Tuesday. J. W. Gillespie, of Eareka town ship, left Monday night for California. Mr. Michael Jacobs, of Beaver township, wis in the city Tuesday. A large number of horses are being shipped from this vicinity to Califor nia. Marriage license was granted to Mr. Dilbert C. James and Miss Jos ephine King. County Treasurer Wever says the people are paying their taxes more promptly than last year. Mr. Ephraini Barnet aud Miss Em ma Dorau were married by Judge Peter, of Pawnee couuty. Mrs. DeLavergne, of Homestead township, was in townTuesday laying in supplies for the cold weather. Alva Carpenter, of Homestead township, was in thecity Tuesday look ing after his final proof business. B. Ma...

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. — 24 November 1887

LAND. PURCHASES. ome of the Mont Gratifying- FrodocU of Iemocrtlo Poller. The United States originally com prised the old thirteen colonies east of the Alleghenies which fought tho revo lutionary war and afterwards became ; the thirteen original .States. When the treaty of pe'ace was made at Paris in 1783 it was an interesting question -what should be the Western, or rather the Northwestern bounda ry, the British commissioners proposing to draw aline from Lake Erie to a point somewhere on the Upper Ohio river. This would liave reserved to the mother country -all the magnificent Northwest Terri tory, as it was called, which the old olony of Virginia had partially con quered from the Indians and then claimed as part of its domain. The American commissioners insis ed on the surrender of it to the United States, and two of them. Franklin and Jay, declared if it was not conceded they would return home and leave matters where they stood at the battle of Yorktown. The British commis sioner...

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. — 24 November 1887

DEVASTATING FLASIES. I shipwreck mementos. I a Sword Tkttt Hai liorn at the OottOE Miles of Timber Land Borned Over in Arkansas Effects of the Drought The Cincinnati Southern Railroad Shops Earned Oil Warehouse Destroyed. A. Sword That 11 Uwn at the Bottom of I the Sea Three Times. A collection of mementos fully as in teresting in their way as the deodands ' of the police, is to be seen at the office of the Merritt wrecking organization in Wall street. They are articles taken from various wrecks, and of but little intrinsic value, but each a silent-wit-ness of some ocean disaster. Perhaps the most interesting of these relics is a sword from the ITtiited States uteanier Tallapoosa, sunk in Vineyard sound in 1884. This sword has been rescued from no less than three sunken vessels. It went down in the steamer Cairo at Yazoo, Miss., in 1862, and was brought up again and made fit for use, or atleast for wear. It went down again in the Conestoga, on the Mississippi, in 186$. It was again ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 November 1887

8AM CQDNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. OFKICK IX OI'EUA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND : KANSAS. Charley KeeOer was down from Clarence township Saturday. Mr. A. Weirs paid 4800 for the Snider property on Main .street. The Great Bend bottling works have shut down for the present. Ca.pt. Lewis has moved into one of Ed. Tyler's houses on Broadway. J)r. Castle returned from Clailin Saturday morning and reorts a large praiiie fire in that vicinity. Word has been received that Tom Ivroeuing has so far recovered from his fall as to be able to go to work agaiu. The young son of W. Bolhigrr, who fell and broke his arm while playing a few days ago, is getting along nicely. We understand that one of our prominent young business men is nego tiating with some eastern men to put up a paper mill in this city. The people of school district No. 4, Liberty township, are making prepara tions to have a grand exhibition and Christmas tree at their school house At the wreck on the Mo. 1. road Thursday l...

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

BAETOE COIIIIY BM0C1AT. i ? " i VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1887. NUMBER 35. ft 1 ATTORNEY S. TUEO. O. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. e"-Counscl in German by Tlieo. C. Cole. S. J. HAY. Notary. J. II. BEMEST. Day & Bement, Attorneys at Lav, Real Estate and Loan Agents, Collecting a Specialty, Rent Property and Pay Taxes . F. pikkkxijachek, 1. A. BANTA. unvmttii i mm, Attorneys at Law Office in Allen-Hubbard Block, rooms 1) and 11. J . KICHCKEEK, J. H. JEXNISON. Jiolary Public. Richcreek h Jennison, ATTORNEYS AT LAY Real Estate & Loan Agents. Collections Promptly Attented To. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, G 1113 AT. DEN D , - - KAS. PHYSICIANS. F. LIGIITFOOT, Physician & Surgeon. Headquarters at Allen's Drug Store. A. Y. McCormick. M. D. V. L. Chester. M. D. Mccormick & Chester. Physicians and Surgeons. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. La Payette Park. GREAT BEND. - ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 December 1887

CORE. r -Aa Ex.Unlon Soldier Describes the Now moua Kbrl Flax Scene." f Mr. G. W. Gifford. a gentleman well known to the business men of Nash ville and Tennessee, was present at he reunion of ex-Confederates at Macon, Ga., which President Davis at tended, and stood within a few feet of iiim during the scenes of the review f which the Northern Republican "press have had so much to say. Mr. 'Gifford is a pronounced Republican and an ex-Union soldier, is a member of George IL Thomas Post, No. 1, G. A. R, In an interriew he said: "I feel it my duty as an American citizen, to pretest against the wrong which is being done the people of the South and more particularly of Georgia in the publicati ns which are being made ly leading journals of ray parly ia re gard to the conduct of ex-Confederates at the Macon reunion and the conduct of Mr. Davis. - It is true that the al leged incidents which are made the basis of this assault by the Northern and Eastern press occurred in Georgia, but the a...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 December 1887

THE LAKE GALE. How the Schooner White Star "Was Wrecked Sufferings of Two Men. Terrible Wreck Of TWO Freigllt Tnj.inS number of railroads, alleg.njr against somo at a Curve on the B. & 0. Xenr ! OiMrimlaatioa ia favor of the Stauaard a v , 0ll company, against others violations of Pittsburg'' the long' and shert haul provisions and j against all unreasonable aud unjust rates. Fifty or seventy gentlemen ure in atted Tliree Trainmen Killed and Wounded unco, lawyer and witnesses, mJ tho pro- F&talities Near Maccu, 156. Pro- pallet Asto-a. - 1ElMiNGTOS, Ont., Nov. -ad. Mate Mur phy, tf the schooner White Star, ashore oa Joint Pelee. ells the follovviug story of the -disaster: "Utiere was fearful sea on all Wednesday night, an4 with it was a thick Sog that mJli it impossible to see a la-gat. JM,six o'clock Thursday morning I thought we were ear the dummy light off Point iPelee, but it was biack as ink outside and we could not locate ourselves. Suddenly there ws a crash 7td the ve...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 December 1887

BABTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. OFCE IX OrEKA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS. Wantkp: Somebody to run for President in 1888. Address, G. O. P., liell-West-and-Crooked. U. S. A Juisville Courier Journal. Evidextly the result of he election in Barton county has bad a tendency to sour the disposition of the publisher of the Great JJend Hcfjhtcr, and in duced him to hire some cow bey of the plains (ranch south of Ellinwood) to edit his paper last week. Sterling Jiullctiu. You cannot always tell what a fel low means by what he says, but vrhen yon see a man carrying a bucket of coal up a slippery stairway, and he misses a step and slides bump-e-ty-bump to the bottom, and says something more forci ble than elegant, you may depend upon it lie means just what he says. "With complete Democratic victories in Leavenworth, .Wyandotte, Atchison, U art on, Chereokee, Pawnee, and one or two other counties, coupled with the increased number of Democratic of licials elected in vari...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 December 1887

BARTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT OFFICIAL PAPER OP BARTON COUNT? GREAT BEND, KAS LOCAL. NEWS. Mrs. W. B. King is quite sick. James Sliuii still continues to be ill. Charley Dodge's little boy is up and around the bouse. V. H. Dodge is preparing for a visit to Florida. Armstrong Porter is home again from Hutchinson. Henry Shrader shot a large swan on the river Meuday. Mrs. Wm. Fritz has been very sick for the past few days. Wm. Kincaid, of Buffalo township, was in the city last Monday. N. S. Poison bassmovedto Great 15end from Stafford county. Fred Fixmer, of Clarence town ship, was in town Monday. Judge Ogle has had quite a boom in marriage licenses of late. Our merchants are receiving large . shipments of holiday goods. AV. W. Sowards, of Union town ship, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. Chaffee, of South Bend, has a very bad swelling on his face. Mr. Jacob Stauffer fell the other day and was bur, quite seriously. Miss Lottie Morgan is visiting this week with her sister, at Pawnee Rock. A new ...

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

THE BARTOK . COUNTY ' DEMOCRAT. W. E. BTOKE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. - - i Summary of tho Daily News. WASHINGTON NOTES. The first formal conference between the English Commissioners and the American negotiators upon tho fisheries question was neia in tue diplomatic reception room in the Department of State at Washington on the 23d. The President has aDDOinted George W. Parks, of Bait Lake City, to be receiver of Puduo moneys at Salt Lake City, U. T., vice H. . C. Wallace, resigned ; and Tom Wall, of Oshkosb, Wis., to be a special agendo make allotment of lands to Indians in severalty. As the direct outgrowth of the Washing ton police scandal of last year, ex-Lieuten ant Arnold has sued ex -Chief Walker for 50,000 for libeL Members of tho Senate Finance subcom mittee express the opinion that the Gov ernment is annually defrauded of a large amount of revenue by under-valuation at the various custom houses. The report of this committee, when...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 December 1887

TEE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. XT. E. STOZ2, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS. THE OLD FIRE-PLACE. The Messed old fire-place! how bright It ap pears, As hack to my boyhood I Raze, -O'er the desolate waste of the vanishing years. From the gloom of these lone latter days: . Its lips are as ruddy, Its heart Is us warm, . To my fancy, to-night, as of yore, "When we cuddled around It, and smiled at the storm. As It showed Its white teeth at the door. .1 remember the apple that wooed the red flame. Till the blood bubbled out of Its cheek; .And the passionate popcorn that smothered its shame, Till Its heart split apart with a shriek: I remember the Greeks and the Trojans who fought In their shadowy shapes on the wall, .'And the yarn, in thick tangles, my Angers held taut, "While my mother was winding tne ball. I remember the cat that lay cozy and curled By the jamb, where the flame flickered hl?h, And the sparkleB the fire-flies of winter that whirled Up the flue, as the wind...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 December 1887

BART01I CODNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. OFFICE IN OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS LOCAL iSTKWS. Les3 than a nuThtu until Christmas B stands for blizzard, that comes from the north. Old gag: It's all over town What? The snow. Mr3. Tyler's daughter, Dora, is quite sick, with a fever. V. M. Ireland is now established in Ins old olftce in the Alien-Iubbard block. W. W. Winstead is preparing to move into his new residence on west Broadway. Happy is the kid that lives by the mill, he can slip toj the - river and slide to his fill. A letter from California states that Mrs. Henry C. Walker is lying very dangerously ill. Don't forget the Japanese Fair, Fri day, Dec. 2nd. No one can afford to miss this beautiful display. Our hardware men have been doing considerable work in the froze-pump line for the past day or so. Remember Friday Dec. 2nd the U. & I Leauge hold their great fair and supper at the court house. The Gant boys are building a very neat cottage in the west en...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 December 1887

-1 ' ; 'J '0 J . . ). VOLUME IV. GREAT BEIVD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1887. NUMBER 3G. BM0C1AI ! " f . ' r; . s 1 7 ATTOKNE1S'. TIIEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE I3T10TIIERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. ttCounsel in Genua u by Tlieo. C. Cole. J. DAY. Notary. J. U. BEMENT. Day & Bement, Attorneys at Law, Real Estate and Loan Agents, Collecting a Specialty, Rent Property and Pay Taxes C. F. DIFFER BACIIEIi, D. A. BANTA. DIFJEKBiCKEP. & BANTA, Attorneys at Law Ollice in Alleu-Uuhbard Block, rooms 9 and 11. J . R1C1ICRKEK, Notary Public. J. 11. JENN1SON. ' Richcreek h Jennison, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Real Estate & Loan Agents. Collections Promptly Attented To. Oliiee over 3doss' Grocery Store, GREAT REND, - - KAS. PHYSICIANS. F. LIGHTFOOT, Physician & Surgeon. Headquarters at Allen's Drug Store. A. Y. McCormick. M. I). V. L. Chester, D. McCORMICK. & CHESTER, Physicians and Surgeons. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. L Payet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 December 1887

THE BARM .COUHTY DEMOCRAT. W. E. BTOSS, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally News. WASHINGTON NOTES, Secretary Batard recently gave a din ner in honor nf Jnunh r'i.omk.i..i Fishery Commissioner. The other guests were Senator Ingails, Secretaries Fair . -child and Lamar, Postmaster-General Vilas, Mr. Putnam, Sir Lionel Sackville West, the British Minister, Sir Charles Tupper, General Cameron, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Bergne, Mr. Winter, Mr. Moore, Mr. Graham, Senator Edmunds, Senator Sher man and Mr. Angel. The steel board met at the Navy Depart ment on the 28th and considered certain propositions coming irom contractors lor the new cruisers now building, and from tion of the tests now proscribed for the steeL After some discussion, the require ments were amended in several particu lars. Superintendent Bell, of the Foreign Mail Service, is informed by Minister Ro mero that the Mexican Government has completed its regulations for expedit...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 December 1887

THE BARTON COUHTT DEMOCRAT. W. S. 8TOXS, Sdltor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS. BOB WHITE. .The qur.il whoso musical call ("Bob White?") 13 given with a pause and an up ward inflection, sugjostinj; an Interrogation. The robin's sweet notes oa my rapt ear are Jail in 5, The wren trills hor joy in a song of dcl'gl.t: iFrom tree-top to raeadoi7, tie cat bird ia call ing. And with Fnmmer's ripe sunshine the wood lands are bright ; AVhen list to the coll! I it marital, or bird- That haltingly speaks, in tones rialnj and cle&rt .A query. And what Is thiB stracgo vrhistler asking The fate of some hero, long lost, but Btill UearY " Bob White? Bob White? Ecb White V" X kr.ovr rot the tale; I hoard not his story. I'll ltea. Perhaps, from the Lcoch-rovo afar. The bluo-jay or sparrow m-vy sinrr of his glory. Or the locust's sharp whirr t jo glad secret declare. A hush o'er the woodlands the birds cease their singing; In noon-day' a hot glare nature faints, and is st:ll . Vhen, l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 December 1887

8ART0B COUNTY DEHOCBiT. WILL E. STOKE, I'ublislie r. OFFICE IX OI'EKA HOUSE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, KANSAS And, now comes the report that Lyons lias found a seventy-five foot vein of pure rock salt. To make a long story short, send it to the editor of a country newspaper about the time Ins space is in demand for holiday advertisements. Thk uiuliilatiiifr sweetness of Uob Uurdette's "Rise and fall of the mus tache" is palpitating on the Kansas air lie will lecture in Abaline on the iust. . ' 19th Ax eastern Kansas editor declares that the wind changes so often m Kan sas that a man can walk clear around a block and have the wind blowing in 1.:., ..11 imn IraUV PlimliT jus late till iuc uuu. --a done; walk backwards half the time. A special dispatch to the Hutchin son News of this morning says: "Hois ington (ormore properly called Monon) has been made a "division" on the t -J 1 :c .1 li.ia flio . iuissuun j. uumc rumuitu, uu i bright prospects of becoming bne of the leading cities of Barton...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 December 1887

MM ffis Mb 3 I 1 A. 1 V, Of one of the Largest Stocks of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes in Barton County. The "FAMOUS" Dry Goods, Clothing, Boot and Shoe House of Great Bend Will commence the Second Grand Clearance Sale on Dec. 7th, 1887, and continue for 30 days. We invoice stock on Jan. 1st, and from this date until then we propose to close out our entire stock to make room for one of the Largest Stocks of Spring Goods ever opened in the coiinty, ond in order to do this we shall make prices so Low that every buyer will find something to interest them. The Goods MUST GO, if they do not bring half their value, as it is contrary to our system of doing business to carryover or repack any goods. This Grand Slaughter of Prices will last Orl37 30 "SToto. -rill save 50 -per cerLt. To3T To"UL3rirLgr m.O"w. NOTE A FEW OP THE MANY BARGAINS: 73 men's all wool medicated 10,000 yds heavy (yd wide) brown muslin 9,000 yds heavy bleached muslin 5(X) yds prints 5,000 yds all wool medicated fl...

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

UA1L1I0AD GRANTS. The Secretary of tho Interior oa '.. Land Grants. Washington. Dec. 1. In his annual ro rrt Mr. Lamar, Secretary of the Interior, afivea some interesting- frets in regard to rauroaa land Rraut. The repor: says: Shortly after my appointment to the position which 2 now have the honor to hold, and as I uwuuc Mimewnii xamuiar wltn tne puouc lanu , system. Us organizations aud tne workin s iriththn f.1 that tho niiKIln inniin Wu lwin!F ' diverted trotn its legitimate purpose ond eon verted to objects, the inevitable effects of which were repugnant to tho entire theui. on which the land system was basi-d. : Apart from tho methods of illegal appropria tion of the public domain effected through tiio perversion of the several law for acquiring titio thereto, I became convinced that the adminis tration of Congressional Krauts of lands, to wagon and rail roads had pi ven rise to enormous abuses. Congress hai not only maJa grants, watch, in some injtaoec . exceeded in extent th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 December 1887

EXIT GItEVY. designation of the President of tho French Republic Received in .. Silence. He Leaves the Eesponsibllity of So Grave au Act to Those Who Caused It. Congress Called Paris Generally Reported Quiet So:uc. Rioting:, With Several Icjared. Paris, Dec. 3. At 2:C3 p. m. yesterday President Grtvv's message resigning the Presidency of the Ilepublio was read in Uio Chamber of Deputies, Ihe text l as uu- i low: '-fco lone a I had ouly to contend with the difficulties that have accumu lated in my par,h, tho uttaeiis of the pross the abstention 01 mo men whom the public voice xii lied to my aide, the increasing impossibility to form a Ministry, I strug gled ('ii and remained where duty bade me; but at the moment when public opinion, better informed, marked a change which gave me hope of form injr a Govern ment the Senate and. Jf. Grcey. Chamber of Deputies voted a double rear lution, which, under the form of an adjournment to a fixed hour to await the President's promised message, is...

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

8AKT0H COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, Publisher. OFFICE IN OPERA IIOUSE BIjOCK. GKEAT BEND, KANSAS. Through trains now run on the Mo. Pacific A. E. Solts, west side, is the father of a five pound boy. Edson Pinny is down with a severe attack of rheumatism. :B. Mark ey at present is using of lice room with Maher & Osmond. The Great Bend Orchestra will as sist in the Cantata of Immanuel. Dr. G. Van Houten can now be found at C. A. Hooper's drug store. Charles Jones-, of Homellsville, N. Y., is visiting relatives in the city. A. S. Allen is still making "inter nal improvements' at his drug store. The ladies of the Baptist church have recently organized a ladies aid society. Frank D. Wilsou has just complet ed a yery neat barn at his home in this city. J. B. Prose, one of South Bend's school teachers, was on the streets Saturday. . O. E. OBleness, foremau of the Elliuwood Express was up to attend the opera Saturday. Miss Smith, late of La Crosse, is assisting Drs. Walker and Castle...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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