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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 January 1887

-rr A - "TTl ffTTO V TV "1 COUITT U I s o VOLUME II. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1687. NUMBER 42. f i 'J V r. 1- "4 ft KANSAS NEWS. Emporia pats 856,000 in new build ings during the year just closed, while Newton built 2l public and business houses at a cast of 179,000; E! Dora do about $3f,000 fa buildings the -same year. Ei Dorado Republican. Very gratifying showing, and the same might be just as truthfully said of a dcrzen other ranidlv ffrowinjr cities of which we name Winfield, Wellington, Arkansas City, Caldwell, Kiowa, An-; Jthony, Medicine Lodge, Kingman. Hutchinson, Great Bend, Lamed, Dodge City, Garden City, McPh erson and others, but Wichita put over two minions of money intoew build ings in 1886. Widdta Eagle. The Santa Fe ha3 obtained right of way for a double track from Kansas - 'City to Topeka, s.-iys the Journal. We notice that the Sauta Fe's total earn ings for the year ending June, 1886, were $13.142,695. We also notice that th stock is quoted at almos...

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. — 20 January 1887

the' barton county democrat PUBUSHED BY DEMOCRAT PR1HT1NS CO. DEWEY LANCfORP. Editor. . GREAT BEND. - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. ... . '.. COXGEESSIOXAI. The Senate was noia session on the Sth. In the House the Senate bill repealing1 the Tenure of Office act was reported from the Com mifee on Civil-Sarvice Reform. Mr. Hiscock introduced a bill repealing internal taxes on raw tgagar. The House, in Committee of the Whole, eossidered bills reported from the Committee on Public Lands and Buildings, and afterward agiiin went into committee on the bill consoli dating several bureaus of the Naval Depart ment. After this the River and Harbgr bill was reported and the House adjourned. In the Senate on the 10th petitions were presented for reduction of internal revenue anJ in regard to the pending Interstate Commerce bill. The Senate concurred in the House amendments to the bill to provide lands for the Indians in severalty and then took up the Inter state Comm...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 January 1887

THE BABTOK COOIiTY DEMOCRAT. TUEUSHED BY DEMOCRAT PBI8TIKB.C0. DEWEY LANOFORD, Editor. GREAT BEND. KANSAS. THIS IS ALL. Just a sauater in the twilight, Just a wh'sper in the hall, Just a sail on sea or river, Just a dance at rou$ or ball, Just a glance that hearts enthral 3 This is all and this is alL Just a few harsh words of doubting, J ust a silence proud and cold. Just a spiteful breath of slander, ' Just a wrong that is not told, J ust a word beyond recall This is all -and this is all. Just a life robbed of its. brightness. Just a heart by sorrow'filled. Just a faith that trusts no longer, Just a love by doubting chilled, J ust a few hot tears that fall This is all ah ! this is all. s Hoh'u ChurcMl, in Chambers'' Journal. d LION TAMER. Tells fSow to Beasts. Train Wild As l? Halo T-ink Kills the Kings of the Profession George AVomb well's "Suc cessful" Dog and light. "I see by the papers that the lions have had Berdel, the lion king, in France at last, sir," said an old man with...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 January 1887

8ART0N CODHTY DEMOCRAT. DEWEY" IiANGFORD, Editor. OFFICE II 7ILLIE& 2L0CX. . XjHeat bend, As the first of Januaay has come and gone and many of our subscribers hare not yet settled up for the paper in the past we shall new make out the amounts in each" case-and send to those in arrear. This i3 a matter of obusines3. Every paper mult, in grder to live, collect the money due it" and this is all gye are asking. We .wish if possible to square up all toehold accounts now unsettled. Representatire Roetzel of this county "was appointed on three committies instead of only one aa we first under stood. This is not so bad after all, and Ave extend congratulations to our representative. The death of General W. B. Hazen removes another prominent figure in current history. While he, like most men either small or great, had faults, yet no on disputed his great learning or presistent labor... Tile Topeka Capital mourns and will not be comforted because young Baker, of the CommonweaWi, was elect...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 January 1887

BARTOH COUHTY DEMOCRAT TOIiL PAPER OF mm COUNTY- GRE AT BEND, : KAS A. T. & S. F. Time Table. J "On and after January 9th, 1S37, tr&im leave Great Betid aa folJw, viz : Q01NA SAS1 Kb. 2, Atlantic express 4.59 1. m. No. 4, Kastern Express. A... 4.? p. id. No.6,'Sew York Express. 6.82 a. No. 16, way freight 1.5G j. m. OIN9 WEST. N-. 1, CaliforntH and New Mexico Ex. . . .10.24 p. m. 2f. 8, Colorado an J Utah Exprera.. ... . ..10.t:5 a. m. .wv. 5, Douwer Express. .23 p. n. No. 15 way frcignt 9.'Ji . m. GREAT BEKD WAY FREIGHT. i Arrives from east 12.19 fx in. Poparts for east -. j. n. TV. V. A C. -GREAT BEND EXTEXSIOJI. DEPARTS. No. 53, passecger 11.15 a. m." daily t xcet Sumtay No. 5tl5, freight 5. 0 p. tu. Moflday, Vied. fc Friday J ARRIVES. ' No. 654, passenger 1.30 p. m, daily except Sunday. No. oCo, fveigut 9 3D a. m. Tuesday, Xhur. aud Sat GREAT BEND POSTOFFICE HOUR. On and after November 1, 18o3. (BUKDAY, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. WEE DAYS, 7 a. in. to I p. m. HON EY ORDER, S a....

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 January 1887

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE.- Eecond Biennial Message of Gov ernor Martin, to the Kansas Legislature). Tlic Marvelons Progress of the State A Splendid Financial Showing Bond-Voting" Mania, A "Warning, as to the Centralizing Influ ence of Corporations Sensible Suggestions. To the Senate and Ifovse of Itcprettentalivf-: To be e?ected Chief Executive of this great. Intelligent and progressive State for a second terra, is a distinguished honor. And I trust it Is not inappropriate forne to express to the peo ple of Kansas, through you, their taiosen repre sentatives, my grateful appreciation of their , generous confidence, my profound senso of the responsibilities devolved urton me, and my arriest hope that I may, by an honest, faithful aud conscientious performance of '"my official iuiies, in some measure justify the faith they iiAveVcposcd in me. The growth of Kansas, during the past two years, has been extraordinary. The Census of JMarch 1, lHrti, gave the State a population of X,l-i5,C14; tha...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 January 1887

THE NEW SOUTH. Vddresa o .a. W. Grady Before the New England Society lit the Forefathers' Dinner In Xeir York Eloquent Tributes to Abraham Lin coln, tlte Confederate Soldiere, and the Restored Union. Folloirincr are the salient passages ia the speech of Mr. Henry TV. Grady, of Atlanta, Sa., delivered at the dinneof the New En- 5 land Society, given on Forefather's Day at elmonlco's. in New York City: "There vas a South of secession and slavery that South is dead. THere is a Souls) of union and freedom that South Is living, breathing, wowing every hour." These words delivered from the liya of Benjamin H. Hill, in Tammany Hal), in :mts. make my text for to-night. Pardon me one word, Mr. President, spoken tor the purpose of getting into tne volumes Vhat ?o out annually freighted with the rich eloquence of your speakers thf:ict that the cavalier as well as the Puritan was on this continent ia its sarly days, and he was "up a.nd able tobe about." I have read your books carefully, and I A...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 January 1887

COUNTY DEMOCRAT. DEWEY LANQFOKD, Editor. OFFICE JI WILLIEK BLOCK. -GREAT BEND, KANSAS. Ladies, if you want the best fit ting shoe that is made go "to jhe lamous. They Lave the largest stock an me ci:v. For coal go to Hedges &, Co. Bulk ovaters for sale at the C. & dA.grocery store. See those double width dress good3 for 2;3 cents at the Famous. You will find a nice lot of dressed chickens and turkeys ou hand at JBeye's. Are you going to paint? Go to Burson & Shaw for low prices and good materials. Mrs. Hale has employed II. C. Pierce, a first class photographer from the east, and is prepared to furnish the he.it photograpns in-the country. Famous goods. is receiving more new o Two ladies went into a butcher shop At Ninth street and Troost avenue last evening to buy sonis liver. At the first mention of the word liver the butcher suddenly, with a frenzied look as of sudden terror, rage or pan, seiz ed his chopper and began o beat it violently, with the flat side against Vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 January 1887

CQUMY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME II. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1887. NUMBER 43 i .4 1 IV KANSAS NEWS. Oswego is agitating the water ques tion. Garden C ty mourns that it has uo spiritualist society. The Wakeeny World claims 762 in habitants in that liitle city. The Knights Templar will give a swell ball at Wichita on Feb. 20. It is reported from. Ottawa that Pro fessor R. T. Powell has decamped. More apples are being shipped from Parson this season than ever-before. a r .,.. ".. ini vjx kiiai Eaa. vui i day. The ice on the river at Lawrence was sixteen inches thick, the thickest for years. ' Washington, Washington couutv, has decided to put in a system of electric light. The Wichita Eagle figures out $1. 900,000 worth of buildings to be built in 1887 in Wichita. The Monitor rtmaks thnt it requires no prophetic eye to see a glorious fu ture for Fort Scott. Wichita is declared to be the beat known town in Kansas because it is the best advertised. Amos Durbin, who lives three mile...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 January 1887

HE BARM COPTY. DEHOCBAt PUBLISHED BY DEMOCRAT PRlMTlks" C3. DEWEY UNCFORD, Editor. GREAT BEND. - - . KANSAS THE WORD AT LARGE. Bnmmaxy of the Daily News. COXGRESSIOXAX. The Senate was not in session on th loth. ....As soon as the Houscemct the conference report on the Interstate Commerce bill was pre dated and notice given that it would be called ap at an early day. In Committee of tie Whole ihe House considered the joint, resolution au thorizing an Investigation of the boots, ao sounts and methods of the Pacific roads that aave received aid from the United States, but reached no final action The River and Harbor Dili was then taken up and debated at length, when the Committee on Elections made their report upon the Rhode Island contested elec don case oj Page against Pierce, and the House djourneL In the Senate on the 17th the select com mittee reported a resolution in favor of cele arating the centennial of the adoption of the institution in April, 1880. After the offering of numb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 January 1887

THE BARTOK COUKTY -DEIQCRAt PUBLISHED BY DEKvCMT PRB.TIM CO. DEWEY LANCFOatD, Editor. GREAT BEND. - KANSAS. MOTHER'S LOVE. O, how I live thee, Daby fair ! L. With eyes so brown, and golden h My thoughts are, all of thee. Thou art the shrinetof all my care. For all my love is center d there. "What will thy f ature be ? Oft when I gaze in thy dark eyes. With fenr, I tremble with surprise To see the depths within. From whence the soul seems peeping thro', I pray it do no sin. Til give to thee my watchful care, .And ask kind Heav'n my love-watch share. To guide thee in the right, " "That thou dost walk in wisdom's way; Ue'er be by evil led astray. Or doom'd to sorrow' night. Father in Heav'n, to Thee I pray ! "Words fall me what my soul would say. Thy help I do implore, That I Thy precious gift may raise To manhood's prime Thine be the praise Now and forevermore. Louisville Courier-Journal. THE EVIL OMEN, JL Sale of Life and Death at Schwartzberg. Ft Iia3 happened againf . So all the fi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 January 1887

6ART0H cCODMT DEMOCRAT .DEWBy JANaFORD, Editor. jtfnci avium lua. GREAT BEND, KANSAS Send us more imm'g ants from the jeart. There is plenty of room in Kan bob. Barton county alone pan accom mod ate several thousand in addition to what we now have. Land is cheap homes are easily secured and now ia the accepted time. t a Ogji legislature is not doing a very Jarge amount of heavy legislative work Just now, but let us hope that the sol ons are doing some high thinking "and by and by" it will materialize into positive legislation. Gov. Martin has made several suggestions in his mes sage as to Bome laws that are now .demanded. Gov. Moonlight was tendered a magnificent Tbanquefc at Leavenworth Jast week. Party lines were not ob served, and republicans and democrats alike vied in "expression of love and admiration for the gallant Colonel The appointment of Col. Moonligh &8 governor of Vyoming gives general satisfaction, and republicans as well as .democrats rejoice in his good fortune ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 January 1887

B ARTQHUOUHTY DEMOCRAT tmctAL nm or mm mm GRE AT BEND, : : : KAS A. T. & C. F- Time Tablo. TTOa and after January 9th, 18S7, train leava Great oo aa zauawa, tu: OIK 4.11. Na. 2, Atlantic exprcaa .'. 4.59 a. m. No. 4. Eaatera Expreas. 40 p. m Ko.. Naw York Expreaa. C.32 a. nr Jo. IS, war Iretgbt 1-SS p. m. OIKS WEST, No. f , California and New Mexioo Ex. . . .10.24 p. m. a, uoioraaoana uuo uprew.. .iu.ua a. m. . 6. Peuver Expreaa. . ...t.28 p. m. No. 15 wi; freight 9.9a a. m. OtEAT VJD WAT fUKn, Arrirea from east 11.15 p. m. LtoparU fur aat S.3U p. ni. W. V. A C.-QEEAT BEND EXTENSION, rr oxPAxta. No. 68 S, paasenger 11.15 a. in. dally except Sunday JSo. 105, mignt o.8U p. ui. MonOay, weO. irioar axaivsa. No. 664, passenger a JO p. ra, dally except Sunday. Sio. K, ireignt vau a. m. xuesoay, xnur. ana oat GREAT BEND POSTOFFICE HOURS. Oa aad after Norembar 1, 1888. AVNDAT, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. WES DAYS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. MONET ORDER, 8a. in. to 5 p. m. JtEG ISXEK BUSINESS, 7 a. m. t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 January 1887

PIG-MARKETING. Ctow l"rmcr Could KaaUjr Increase Their Income from Lire-Stock. Farmers could be a little more inde pendent in the marketing of their pigs. CSt j people will buy sausage, head dieese, hams, shoulders, bacon and spare ribs of a farmer if he has a repu tation Yi orth any thing in his business, and ff he lias not it is his own fault! If He nas a name 01 taKing ins produce to the market in a slovenly and miserable form, ue fan not expect people to want Iiis pigs I when retailed by himself. When cut up and sold from a butcher's shop, no pne knows where they come from andno one seems to care. Here 13 a chance for reform. A farmer who wears clean clothes and docs not go round with the tobacco juice running down the corners of his mouth, and who blows his nose with a handkerchief can go into a city man's place of busi ness and say: "My name is Curtis. f Thavo a nice lot of hogs which have Leon grown on my farm. They have leo.n fattened on milk, corn and wheat middlings and ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 January 1887

7 J PUBLIC SCHOOLS. . Report, on tiio Public School Sy- ort.on tJio Publl I tern of Kaj Kansa The following report presented y Special committee to the Kansas State Teachers' Association on theKanstis school system will be found of interest: To th JCansas State Teacher? Association: The committee appointed at the last annual meeting of this association, to report on the de sirabity of a chanpo from our present district Bysteii to either the township or county sys tem. Marly in September sent a circular Of in quirygto every county superintendent in the btate. Moraaor less complete reports -were re ceived from about forty counties, and these laithfully represent the condition of all mrts of the State, as will be found in perusing the tabular statements embodied in this report. In the first place, let us ask attention to the fact that the present system results in a choice of three school officers from a verjf small com munity, and from a very limited number of men: They may be (perhap...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 27 January 1887

mm CBUHTYDinOGBAT. DEWEY XNGFOBD, Editor. omCE K YIUJE2 tI4CE. OIIEaT BEND, i KANSAS. Fur your areticrf go to Famous. For coal go to Hedges & Co. For Reut. A large barn. Apply at Famous. - Bulk oysters for sale fit the G. & A. grocery store. S.ive money by buying your oys .riu bulk from C. & A. See those double width dress roods for 25 cents at the Famous. You will find a nice lot of dressed ciiickens and turkeys on Land at Mrs. Hale has employed E. A. Ilaitrler.a first class photographer from 4 lie east, and is prepared to furnish flic best photograpus in the country. 1 The prices made on dry goods, :l'thing, boots and shoes at the lamous are for cash, and lower than :uuy (Other house in the county. SALT RHEUMUR ECZEMA. vOId soresand ulcers, iScaldhead and ringworm, iJaiuin the bck and spiue, Swelling of the knee joints, grains and bruises, Neuralgia and toothache, Tender feet caused by bunions, .crns and chilblains, we Tarrant Beggs' Tropical Oil to relieve any iind al...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 February 1887

DEI0GMT7 T 1 T VOLUME II. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1887. ! AT NUMBER 44 BAETOE CO 'I KANSAS NEWS. The election of for permanent coun ty seat of Morton county is called for Thursday, February 3. Fort Dodge will be surveyed and sold in a few days the same as Fort Lamed was a few years ago. Dr. Binkley, formerly of Pawnee Rock, has secured the pdsition of sur geon on the Union Pacific railroad. The Stockton postoffice is paying the government $2,000 a year over and above the salary of he postmaster. Irwin Huffman of Lewis, was thrown tronf a horse last week, the fall result ing 3n a fracture of his collar bone. TheD., M. & A. has submitted to Caldwell a proposition to build a line down from Winfield- to that point. The bonded indebtedness of Sedg wick county is 848,000, while the total out-standing indebtedness of the oof Wichita is $80,000. The A., T. & S. F. railroad is pre paring to build a 29 stall round house in Dodge City. Some of the material has been hau...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 February 1887

THE BABTOH CODHTY MOCBAT. FUEUSHED Br DEMOCRAT PRISTISS' CO. DEWEY LANCFORO, Editor. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRtBSIOXAL. The Senate was not in session on the 22d. .... In the House the Judiciary Committee re orted adversely the resolution calling on the Vttorney-General for Information as to the legal luthority for the consolidation of the Kansas Pacific, Union Pacifl and other roads, on the round that the Attorney-General can not legally jive opinions when called upon by Congress or ts committees. The Senate amendments to lie bill forfeiting the land-grants to the New Orleans, Baton Rouge & Vicksburg road were concurred in. The House, in Committee of the tVhole, then debated the River and Harbor bill xntil adjournment. Is the Senate on the 24th the bill provid es that post-offices of . he third class shall not ie changed to the fourth class where the gross -ecelpts amount to $1,400 a year passed. The U1 known as the Canadian Ret...

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

TEE BARM COUNTY DEHOCBB PUBLISHED BY DEMOCRAT PRftTlKS CO. DEWEY UNOFOKD. Editor. . GEEAT BEND- -- - KANSAS. TO-MORROW. To-morrow, to-morrow, Forever remain The balm of our sorrow. The surcease of pain. No woes do'st thou bear, No grief-laden tears, No burden of care. Little dread and f aw fears. Thou laborer's ease, Thou sluggard's intent, Thou captive's release. Thou miser'o content. The coquette's last flame, The fakir's last sham. The gambler's last game. The drunkard's last dram. To the beggar 'tis clothes, To the gold-seeker wealth. To the weary repose. And the invalid health. Thou triumph of truth. Thou downfall of wrong. Thou day of all youth. Thou day of all song. Mysterious day, . Humanity's boon. Still flee thou away, Still beckon us on. Yet, stay thou to-morrow, Forever remain, A balm for our sorrow, Our surcease of pain. Detroit Free Prest. MY YOUNG SOLDIER. A Tale of Boyish Patriotism and Love. IUis a cold, November twilight. The curtains have been drawn close in the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 February 1887

gABTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT: DBWY LANCJhFQRD, Edito. .OFHCE tf.JILLIEa SlftCi. jrEEAT BEND, KANSAS. J.T is bard to predict what will be Abe outcome of tbe fishery troubles between tbis country and .Canada. A little war cloud has arisen, but it may blow over without any bloodshed. Barton couftty his a number of old veterans who would gladly shoulder their muskets and niarch to the front should Uncle Sam call them. But let us hope that this question may be MtUe4 witkout appealing to t.e sword. We have recently received a letter from Senator Coburn, of Peel Tree, W&et Virginia, in which he thoroughly excoriates us for gathering all our 1 pewBfroA Great Bend and immediate -vicinity, to the exclusion of the porth part of the county. Senator Coburn pwna a large body of land in the north jjarj. ,of the county and will become a fftipen before loog, therefore, he has a right to speak. as a citizen. That most ,of oui news has been confined to Great Bend is true ; not because we so will Z . 1 i...

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