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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 December 1887

M 1 1 VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1887. NUMBER 37. . - ATTORNEY S THEO. C.COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. ' COLE brothers, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. S9Counsel in German by Theo. C Cole. J. DAY. Notary. J. H. BEIENT. Day & Bement, Attorneys at Law, Real Estate and Loan Agents, Collecting a Specialty, Rent Property and Pay Taxes C. F. lUFFEifBACHER, D. A. BAKTA. DiriZKB iCHEH I SANTA, Attorneys at Law Office in Alk-n-Hubburd Block, rooms 9 and 11. , KfCHCKEEK, Notary l'ublie. J. H. JENXISON. Richcreek k Jennison, ATTORNEYS AT LAY Real Estate & Loan Agents. Collections Promptly Attented To. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, - - KAS. 1'IIYSICIANS. F. UGHTFOOT, Physician & Surgeon. XZixigurten t Allen's Draff 8ter. A. Y. McCormtck. M. D. V. L. Chester. M. D. McCORMICK & CHESTER. Physicians and Surgeons. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. La Fayette Park. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. physicians and sureeohs, H...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 December 1887

THE BARTON COP8TY BEHOCBAT. W. . BTOEE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, -' - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. fiummary of tlio Dally News. COXGRESS. Tbb Senate met at noon on December 5 and the oath of office wu administered to newly-elected Senators except to Mr. Faulkner, i west Virginia, and at the suggestion of Mr. Hoar his case was referred to the Committee . oa Elections, Mr. Lucas contesting the seat as the appointee of the Governor. No objection was made to Senator Turpie, of Indiana, and ne was admitted to bis seat, the protest and papers in his ease being referred. After appointing a committee to wait on the - President the Senate adjourned The House met at noon and proceeded to the election of Speaker. John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky, received 163, Thomas R. Keed, of Maine, received 14S and Mr. Brumm, of Penn sylvanla, two votes. Mr. Carlisle was conducted to the chair by Messrs. Reed and Cox. The nominees of the Democratic caucus were then elected by resolution. A commit...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 December 1887

THE BABTOH CODKTT DEMOCRAT. W. X. 8TOX3B, Zditor ana Proprietor. 3REATBEND, - r T - KANSAS. THE WONDERFUL COUNTRY. There was once a Uraa when, as old songs prove it. The earth was not round, bat an endless plain ; 'The sea -was as wide us the heavens acovelt Just millions of miles and begin again. .And that was the time ay, and more' the pity .It ever should end ! when the world could pley, When singers told of a crystal city In a wonderful country far uway. But the schools must come, with thair ! j and mcuHuroi, To limit the vision ar.l f jix the spells: They scoCed i 4j dreamers with rainbow Ad circled the world in the parallels; They charted the vales and the sunny mead ows: Where minstrels might ride for a year and a day; "They sounded the depths and pierced the shad ows Of that wonderful country far away. Tor fvicfes they gave us their microscopies; For knowledge, a rubble of fact and doubt; Wing-broken and caged, like a bird from the tropics, . Romance at the wandering stars l...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 December 1887

THE . BAHTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL K. STOKE, Editor and. Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. THE MESSAGE. President Cleveland's message is be fore the people. It is terse, concise, and straight from the shoulder; as fearless as the man himself who stands at the head of our government, and as plain as the English language could make it. It points out, without a flut tering move, the plau of the coming campaign, and though it may not be exactly what every democrat in the land was looking for, it has not a weak point, not a flaw or a break. Already the republican press has be gan to wade into it and attempt to pick it to pieces and make it appear unjust or devoid of foundation. They are prodding at it here and there in the liope of finding a weak point; are giv ing out that it is the monopolist's wish and John Bull's desire; that it is the foe of the working man and the farmer. They are rushing at it with a despera tion of men who try to crush an enemy before he h...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 December 1887

Hp lL BALIS'- The Of one of the Largest Stocks of Dry Goods, Clothing-, Boots and Shoes in Barton County. "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 data 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 county, 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 carry over or repack any goods. This Grand Slaughter of will last Oxa.l3T 30 IDars. "SToTa. -w3.il save SO per cen.t. losr "to-u.37-im.g- no-w. JNUTiU l iVhiW UP TJU MA N Y BARGAINS: 75 men's all wool medicated underwear 1.00 worth $ 1.50 10,000 yds heavy (yd wide) brown muslin 9,000 yds heavy bleached muslin 500 yds prints 5,000 y...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 December 1887

'-A, Brief But Pointed Messayo Sent . to Congress. TV ; " the Mln QaMtloa eted By the l'realden t A Docif aneut Tht the People Will With Interest, "WABniSGTOX, Dec. d The President's ncssago was ready for both houses of . Ovngress as soon as business comaienced SJim morning. The document is unique in rat ic deals with oniy one subject the Mcessity of a reduction of taxation. The reicleat felt that this necessity was so mrgat tnat he departed from the ordinary nstom and devoted his u holo message to JcaprcHs upon Congress the danger or de- ! auo address plunges into the que.- ai ine si art as follows : T One Confirm of the UnileA SSIhUm: Ya are confronted at the threshold of your aeOia.Uve duties with a condition of the na- Hann! finance which imperatively demands im aoodtaU; and careful consideration. The amount tnotwy annually exacted, through the opera- nol present laws, from the industries and loeeesMtieg of the people, largely exceed the wn accessary to meet the expenses of the ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 December 1887

TRADE AND TEUST. Legitimate Trade Fairly Active According- to Dun An Averaco t . rdt Failures. Excited State of the Metal Markets The lland of the French Syn dicate. Uothing Elastic About the Enfcber Trust Based on the Standard Oil Plan. New York, Dec 10. R. G. Dun & Co., in their weekly review ol trade, ay: Legiti mate trade continues fairly active fur the season, though embarrassed in some branches by tho fluctuations in the specu lative markets. Speculation in products, after a few days of wild advance, has take a a turn downward, as tbe natural result of enormous sales to realize. With rapidly expanding currency, money is generally easier 1 nan a week ago, though rates are still high at many poiuts and complaints of slow collections do not dimmish. Agita tion of the tariff question already begins to cause a revision of calculations for the fu ture in some departments. The sharp de cline in real estate speculations and prices ut some Sout hern and Western points tends to chec...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 December 1887

THE BARTON COUMTY DEMOCRAT ;- j , WILL, E. STOKE, Editor ELxxcl Proprietor, (Office in Cfpera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Oity Ek.zi.cX County. D. A. Curtis, of Hoisington, was in the city Friday taking in the eights. Lewis E. Simpson has been granted a pension. So says the Globe Demo crat. Mr. Wm. Bolinger returned from the east Sunday, where he has been visiting for a few weeks. D. A. Andrews, of Chantilla, Kear ney county, is in the city, visiting Bruce Jones and other friends. The members of the Presbyterian Sunday school were rehearsing the cantata of Immauuel last night. Mr. and Mrs. J. AV.McCaluey,from the north part of the county, were callers at this office on Saturday. Owing to a scarceness of coal in Wichita county a few days ago, many of her citizens had to burn corn stalks. Edson Pinny, of this city, has had an increase of pension which now amounts to thirty dollars;per month Will Richards has gained five pounds since his arrival here, and will not leave for California...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 December 1887

VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 22, 1887. NUMBER 38. Rail Road Time Cards -A.., T. & S- On and after January 9 th, 1887, train lea re Great Bend as follows, viz : . going sasi. K. 4, Atlantic express 4.59 a, m No. 8, Eastern Express. 5.03 p. oa. No. 6, New York Express. 6.33 a. m- No. 42, way freight 1.57 p. m. No. 44, " " 3.00 p. n. GOING WEST. No. 3, California and New Mexico Ex. . . .10.10 p. n No. 7, Coloradoand Utah Express. 1104 a. in. No. 5, lenyer Express 10.00 p. u No. 41, way freight 10.14 a. m GREAT BIND WAT FREIGHT. Arrives- from east 12.15 p. na. Departs for east 2.S0 p. m. LEAVES. Express... 11:10 a; m. Freight. 6:00 a. ra. KKIVKS. Express 4:40 p. m Freight '. 10:00 p.m. All trains daily except Sunday. W. TOBKEY, Agent. ARRIVES .St Louis Express 12:45 a m Colorado Express 7:10 a m DEPARTS St Louis Express 5:30 a m Colorado Ex prcxs 11:00pm All trains daily. E. W. Waynant, Agent. ATTORNEYS'. TUO. C.COLE ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE brothers, AT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 December 1887

THE BARTOH CODHTY DEECCBAT. W.E.8TOXB.rdltor 4 Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary o the Daily News. COX(iRPS8 The Senate tnet on the 12th whn a largo . mum per or communications and petition were received and referred. Many bill were also introduced, among them one by Mr. Vest, in creasing the pension to the widow of General F. P. Blair; by Mr. Manderson. granting a pen- wu m every soiaier incapacitated to do labor, and to dependent relatives of dsccaiipd soldiers: by Mr. Plumb, forbidding railroads to offer passes to any Congressman or Government em ploye or for such to accept them. The number cr dii:s and resolutions introduced was 594, the greatest number ever before introduced n one day. After a brief executive session the Senate adjourned.... In the House Mr. Springer presented the petition of Owen G. Chase, who claimed to be elected a delegate from the Ter ritory of Cimarron (No-Man" s-Land). Laid over. The Speaker called Mr. Crisp, of Georgia, to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 December 1887

TEE "BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. 2. 8TOK2, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - KANSAS. TIRED OUT. jfa&t tired out, the neighbor said, Turning from the squalid bed, Where the weary woman lay, : Panting life" last hours away, i Save that sound o! sobbing breath, LAI1 was still as coming death; - JTor the frightened children cowered "Where, with heavy brows that lowereJ, ''Neath the losg-enduring strain, The mute husband bore his pain. 1. Just tirod out far down below '"Vaves were fretting on the flow; A.nd the full, recurrent roar . Echoed upward from the shore; ' Painter grew the pulso's beat ' -As the worn hands plucked the sheet. And the death damps gathered, whern Kuffled all the tangled hair. Said the watcher at her side, " She is waiting for the tide." When the waves had ebbed anew. The tired life was over, too; -Gone from want, and care, and ill, "Very peacefully and still. After all 6he bore and wept, Hard-worhed wife and mother slept; Very fair she looked, and meek, X...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 December 1887

.THE 8AAT0H COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WlUiE,STOKK, . . " (Office in Opera Block) - GUEaT BEND, : KANSAS. WA11 advertisement or r-nnimuiiiration. to ob tain an insertion in the DiUfocRAT.iniust be handed in oy iTcautuay noon 01 eat' a wcH.-K.al inef latatt. Wk wish our Christmas! readers all a Meurt . A short Christmas story will be found on another tasre of the Demo crat this week. Here's a lesson, terse, but truthful, which the rich have "dead to rights:" "Gilded roofs and silver door locks can not shut out sleepless nights." Wk have been told that J. E. Jun kin, of the Chase Record, has bought the Sterling Bulletin and will take possession on the first of January. The streets of Sterling were lighted Saturday night with a system of arc lights, and, says the Bulletin, the un animous verdict was "a grand suc cess." " How came you by that broken nose, I pray; how came upon your face that cruel scar? "I called upon an editor one day, this winter, and I left the door ajar." Boston Courier. Ther...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 December 1887

.Ml 5) A HP A VU i 1 f-3 Of bne of the Largest Stocks of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes in Barton County. The "FfflWS" 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 county, 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 OnJL3T 30 72""UL T7all .Save SO pel Ceilt, "by TO"U-3i33LgT 3LO"W. NOTE A PEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS: 75 men's all wool medicated 10,000 yds heavy (yd wide) brown muslin 5c " 8cJ 9,000 yds heavy bleached muslin 5c " 8c 500 yds prints - - 4c 44 0c 5,000 yds all wool medicated flannel 20c . ". 25 17,009 y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 December 1887

r i ! Mi i ii ill CHfilSTMAS FOR ALL. " " 5 rWrltten'for'T'M Paper. N the mansions of the rich 'tis Christmas. .'With Its glitter and lis " show; " And fortune's favored ones. Both great and small. With lavish hand rich . gifts bestow. And gold from ample " - - store flows out, lor marks its Sow. , . r . . Vm the dwellings ot the poor 'tis Christmas; And a breath of pine and mow -J6s wafted gently la TTktowjcn open do.n-s, .'.,. .And lauirhinff bhmita nnd vi.ba h finm Proclaim the gladdest day the earth can . icf &auw, ! t TJnto rich and poor alike, came Christmas la Bethlehem longaso; A ad in a lowly stall, "3fh Father's hand . " There laid the Girt of gifts, to show The niM mpart al lore to all . Tlie High and Low. Frank Berri Welch. V. CHRISTMAS, OLD , AND NEW. TT December of the First Century The Ht Christinas tif the Puritans Christ- anas of Eiir y Tina Contrasted with That of Tu-Day, and the Great Lmwm Tlaey Touch. I Written for This Pater.l iVfsyi f . wiVrsaH1 F oar stude...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 December 1887

EUKOPE EXCITED. Another Outburst of Belligerent Recriminations Bourse . Do-, . ' . presaion in Vienna. ; 5 - - v . -; " j A Young Emperor Wanted in Ger many to Hake a Dasli Iuto the' Czar'g Domains. . "War Neither Daaired Ror Peared in Ens- sia Austrian Military Council Called German Army." Vieitxa, Dec 17. Count Kainolty was In confereace wita the Emperor a!nvt all; yesterday' afternoon. It Is "reported that be will now agree to a joint note Irom the powers to Russia demanding aa explana tion of her military preparations. Sun day's council will decide the matter. A strong feeling exists m the city iu favor oT sending an immediate ultimatum to Russia, to be followed in case ot an unsatisfactory reply by a rapid march of the German and Austrian forces on the Russian frontier. It is feared that war will occur in the spring as tho feeling is intense. A states man whose usual mood is peaceful summed up the situation thus: "If ttiero were a young Erwperor on the German throne he would do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 December 1887

THE BARTON COUHTY DEMOCRAT "- .WILL, K. STOKE, buuj. .xici ;EJxoi3rit or, (Office in Opera Block) GtvEAT BEND, V KANSAS. Oitjrand County. It h expected the Morrison hotel will be opened in February. C. C. Keederand son were in from Clarence township Saturday. Joe Meeker was down from Home stead township Saturday, on business. It is reported that Mr. Geils is very men. at uis noniein.xunaJO townsnip. An assembly Labor will soon of the Knirrhts of be orcranized in this city. Justices' blanks, blank deeds, niort gages, notes, etc., for sale at this of fice. Our photo artists are doing some of the nnest work to be found m the west. The long needed "spread is going onto the court yard fence in good shape. Mrs. A. J. Bursou, of Kansas City, ia in the citv yisiting her brother, Mr. Ed. Crail." . Hon. II. J. Roetzel and V. S. Musil, of Ellinwood, were in the city Friday. A. D. Fair drove tip from Ellin wood Friday morning, with his high steppers.' . The German1 night class is reported to be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 December 1887

COUITI BEM0C1AT. VOLUME IV. GKEAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 29, 1887. NUMBER 39. Rail Road Time Cards .A... T. & S- IF1- On aud after January Oth, 1887, tiain leaTe Great Bend as follows, viz : OOIXO EAST. No. 4, Atlantic express 4.59 a. m. No. 8, Eastern Express.: 5.03 p. m. No. 6, New York Express. 6.M a. m- No. 42. way freight 1-57 p. m. No. 44, " " 3.00 p.m. GOING WEST. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex 10.10 p. m No. 7, Coloradoand Utah Express. 1104 a. m No. 5, leuTer Express. 10.00 p. m No. 41, way freight 10.14 a. in GBKAT BEND WAY FREIGHT. Arrive from east 12.15 p. m. Departs for east 2.30 p. ni. C,K.ScW. LEAVES. Ex pre 11:10 a.m. Freight 5:00 m- ARRIVES. Express 4.40 p. m. Vreieht: 10:00 p.m. All trains daily except Sunday. W. TORREY, Agent. 2sLo. Pacific. ARRIVES .St Louis Express 12:43 m Colorado Express 7:10 a ni DEPARTS St Louis Express 5:30 a m Colorado Ex press 1 1 :00 p m All traiu.s daily. E. W. Way want, Agent. ATTORNEYS'. THEO. C. COLE ELMCK.C. COLE Coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 December 1887

LiGHTS THE WAY. - V-,f 'io -Vun litnr. .- , "! "E isere as a yoag ma tried "upU-i--Mhaukec who have found it up-bill wrk l get along in the world. They here two or three months ago to J"1 ,ork having Wen married but a Sw days. Thft p;irnt8 of both are : "!-to-do people, and it was no runa . ""y match, for tno mira of internal &a4 were laid on their heads inbless- ng w.icn they plirrhfed their troth. "In fart, .the young Ben-edict's father mani- tel his good wilt by giving him one thousand dollars in cold cash, and told . Irimtobuy a, farm with it. The next Sunday they took a buggy ride, and V7lw.ii they stepped out from the vehicle th! young man found that he had lost 1m money.. A distracted search was - rand, but the person who had picked tip the purse hadn't taken the trouble ' $ advertiso the fact very extensively. Mot daring to tell his father that lie luui lost the money, the young man agreid with his wife that they should as far away as the money they had would take theni ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 December 1887

THE PUZZARD. TrrIbl Sufiierlnr Keported in XV rater hiDHi From heard sy of Fuel ud tbe '' Sadden Cold Soup. - Wicimta. Kan., Dec 2L Private advice from the West are tit at four people frozo to death in Ashland, Clark County, Mon day night, and & widow woman. Mrs. Riley, and two children, near Dighton, Land County, were also fonntl dead yesterday. Halo Cowley, a prominent real estate man of this city, arrived early yesterday morning from a trip of several days in iho counties of dark; Comanche and Mea le, and says that Lcfore the arrival or the blizzard many people there livins on claims were eoming to the towns and railroad Itoints for food and fuel. The drought last tiummc prevented raising anything and All provisions are shipped in, and the scarcity of provisions was not less to be feared than the scarcity of fuel. In a num ber of towns there is little fuel, aud all mean ol transportation being cut off, many fear great distress m the sparsely settled districts. A leading railr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 December 1887

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WlLL:.STOKE, . Editor and Ixoi3ritoi', - (Office in Opera Block) GKEATI3END, : KANSAS. All a4verti.ein'nt or communication., to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the rery latest. , The itEAitT that warmed up at tue joy of the little ons over their Clirist mas presents will glow again when the horns and drums ' are all busted and laid away to rest. Thus is the giver twice blest. Hutchinson JVctra. Anduew Cauxagie says that "the man who dies worth a million of dol lars, dies in disgrace." It is a great ' consolation to a large portion of hu manity that their skirts are clear of disgrace. Yet there are many who are wicked enough to be willing to bear the disgrace. Salina Journal. Cleveland proposes to get the dol lars where the people can hear them jingle. The Republican party got them all locked up and now want to turn them over to a few money sharks on some worthless contracts, but Cleve land says no...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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