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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 January 1888

BAETOfl POTTWTY BMOCMT. VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1888. NUMBER 42. Rail Road Time Cards .A... T. & S- IF1- On and after January 9th, 187, trains leave Great Bend m follows, is : GOIKO EAST. No. A, Atlantic express ... 4.59 a. m. No. 8. Eastern Express. : 5.03 p. ni. N.6, New York Express. 6.83 a. nv No. 42, wayfreight ..1-57 p. m. No. 44, " " 3.00 p.m. OOIKO WK8T. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex 10.10 p. m No. 7, Coloradoand Utah Express. 1104 a. in No. 5, Denver Express 10.00 p. m No. 41, way freight 10.14 a. in 6 BEAT BRHD WAT FRKIGHT. Arrives from east 12.15 p. m. Departs for east ai.SO p. n. a , zszTss "W". LKA.VBS. Express 1W0 Freight 5:00 a. m. ABRIVKS. Express - 4:40 p. m. Freight 10:00 p. m. All trains dally except Sunday. W. TORREY, Agent. 2so. Faoiflo- ABRIVKS St Louis Express 12:45 a m Colorado Express 7:10 a m DUPART3 St Louis Express. 5:30 a m Colorado Express 11:00 p ui All trains daily. E. W. Waykakt, Agent. ATTORNEY S. TI1EO. C. COLK. ...

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. — 19 January 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILLE.STOKE, IDcLi'tor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) 1 GREAT BEND, :"' KANSAS -TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year.., $1.50 nix moDi Three v. .:iths -50 ST A ' ; lvertisenient or communication, to ob tain rd . rtion in the Democrat, must be banded in by Y '. icaday noon of each week, at the rery latest. Tur press ; somewl' an who is always slow to ex n opinion might economize it and send it by freight. Wiiei a tramp comes about the premises of a Barton county farmer he 8bould.be given some pointers, i. e. should be jabbed with the pitchfork. "According to the Darwinian theory our ancestors were all tailbear- ers." Therefore the worst gossips more nearly resemble the baboon faru ily. The Clafiin Gazette is a new candi date for public favor. We have not seen a copy of the paper, but under stand,the first issue was, published last Friday, with C. R. Vert publisher. Happy thought: Don't throw your calendars for 1SS7 in the ash can Send them to the m...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 January 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, Ejlciitor a.xicl Proprietor, J r -, (Office i'o OpcrajBlock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. - City Eind County. Mrs. J. K. Humphrey is quite , ill. Trade tbrougnout the city is be ginning to pickup" just a little. F T. Ozenberger, of State Center, was in the city Tuesday on business. "The Leland. hotel opened up to the ' photic Sunday, and gives promise of being a good hostlery. Despite the disagreeable weather, quitea number of strangers are to be seen ;un our streets every day. About one more good day for out side work, and -the big well at the waterworks will be completed. 'County Surveyor Markey. is getting pretty well settled in his office in the north-east corner of ' the court house. Regular meeting of Woman's Re lief Corps in Odd Fellows' halK at 3 o'clock, January 21st.' Mattie G. Baldwin, Pres. Joseph Hiss, the harness maker, while out working on his farm south of the river, a day or two ago, froze his hands quite badly. Later developements...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 January 1888

THE BART3H COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL. e. stoke, Editor a-ncl Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. CityandOounty. S. fcr .Shields, of Maherville, was in the cir Friday, on business. Mr. :td Mrs. A. Hartman, of Ol mitz, v. ;ro in the city Friday. Dr. ' yrea' mother arrived from Louisv" Kentucky, last weak. Real 3tate men are picking up their ears "and .scenting something in the wind. The orchestra are rehearsing fi:r another grand event, which is soou to take place. Miss Lizzie Carr, of Hoisiugton, was in the city for a tew day?, visiting friends. L. S. Flint has returned to the city. He has been residing for some time at Nelson, Ohio. C. Q. Newcombe has been engaged to survey an important line of railroad through thi3 county. Will Osmond appeared two or three inches taller than usual Friday morn ing. Its a bouncing baby boy A surveying corps has been at the Santa Fe depot, for several days preparing to do something. Several young ladies in the city hive commenced remi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 January 1888

BABTOI COUITf -SEIO CBAT. VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND,. KANSAS, THURSDAY, ' JAN. 26, 1888. NUMBER 43. It X Rail Road Time Cards On aud after January 9th, 1887, ti aim leave Great Bend as loliows, rxz : oolite basi. No. 4, Atlantic express 4-8? - m No. 8. Eastern Express. &f P- m N.fi. N York Ex Dress. 33 a. m No. 42. way freight 1-T p. m- No.44. " " 8.00 p.m. eoiaa wasr. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex 19.10 p. m Kn. 7. Coloradoand Utah Express. 1104 a. m No. 5. Denrer Express. 10.00 p. m No. 41. way freight 1014 a. m OBKAT BIKD WAT FREIGHT. Arrives from east 12.15 p. m. Departs for east P- 0- KZ. 3cW. LKAVZS. Kxnress 11:10 - Freight 6:00 a. m. ASRIVKS. Express 4:40 p. m, Freight 10:00 p. m All trains dally except Sunday. . W. TOBBEY, Ageat. St Louis Express . Colorado Express. 13:45 a m T:10 a m St Louis Express.. Colorado Express. All trains daily. 5:30 a m 11:00 pm E. W. Way want, Agent. ATTORNEYS'. THEO. C. COLE ELR1CK.C. COLE County Attorney COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Of...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 January 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. v7. E. STOEE, Editor anl Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Nowa CONGRESS. Iw the Senate on the 16: h but little was done in open session except reports of commit tees and the introduction of bills. At the ex piration of the morning hour on motion of Mr. Riddleberger the Senate went into executive session and immediately took up the nomina tion of L. Q. C. Lamar to be Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. When a vote was reached Mr. Lamar was confirmed by a vote of 82 to 88, those not voting being paired. The nomina tions of W. P. Vilas to be Secretary of the In terior and Donald M. Dickinson to be Postmaster-General, were also confirmed. At the close of the executive session the Senate ad journed In the House, Mr. Dinpley's resolu tion calling for information relative to discrim ination in tolls against American vessels pass ing through the Wetland canal was reported from committee and adopted. A lengthy an...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 January 1888

'THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. XT. 22. CTOZS, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEXD - - - - KANSAS THE OOWLICK. Sine last 1 saw my youngest boy Just twenty years have passed, .Unt ue's coming; I shall look upon bis darling face at last! :He who loft me here so lonely, twenty years azo to-day, 3IeU coming home to see me! lie is coming home, I say! "J have tried to wait with patience, knowing all Is for the best, .But my heart has been with Willie, has been in the distant West. ;2iow he's coming; I shall see him after all these weary years !' And the mother's face was beaming, though her eyes were dimmed with tears. -'Every mother has her fancy; Willie's hair was my delight: It was soft and flne as silk is, it was just as black as night; .And when h? was but a babj on his forehead fair Ihero came .Just the funniest little cowllok, which, at first, I tried to tamo. And I brushed on it and combed it, but 'twas wasted enterprise, . Still that stubborn little love- ock bobbed abort his laughing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 January 1888

THE . BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W1LLE.STOKE, Editor- and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Mock) GUEAT BEND, . ... : KANSAS. TEEM OF SU BSCBIPTION CASH. One yenr . ... ...... i. i. . 4150 Kix months 75 Three months wAU advertisement or conxmuiiicatioii!, to ob tain an insertion in the Dkmocbat. must be handed in. by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very Utest. Four Rilky, Kansas, -will have the lafgest military cavalry training school in the United States. Spouts tell us that, oft times, after a man has seen his "ante" he is com pelled to go and see his "uncle." Both branches of the Washington territory legislature have re-enactdd the women suffrage law, but have ex cluded women from jury duty. Thk Emporia Canning Company has obtained a charter. The capital stock of the company is lixed at 10,000, and live business men are the incorporators. At a ball near Hot Springs, Ark., recently, a young lady, her mother, her grandmother and her great-grandmother danced in the same set. The giddy c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 January 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, o Editor etrxd Proprietor, (Office in OperajIMock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. City and County. "Life give the most to those inclined In everything tome worthy.thing to find. The simplest toil the simplest pleasure take. And in the woof and web to make A golden chain, and In each link to bind The opportunities we an can nnu. The protracted meetings still pro tract. D. N. Heizer went east last night on business. Spinal meningitis is raging in .Hoisington. The little birds are singing in the morning down south. Mr. Morehead, of Stafford county, was in the city yesterday. Dr. Burdick, of the Baptist church, has a daughter quite ill. Work lias been resumed on the court house vaults again. There is going' to be a dauce in Hoisington Friday night. Wm. Butler, N. II. Richie's 'bus driver, has a very sore hand. We regret to learn that J. L. Roberts is still on the sick list. The darkest night was never yet longer than the brightest day. Mrs. J. F. Lewis i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 January 1888

o SPECIAL- MESSAGE. TTk President Send m ftpeetal Mnwc to Gooffretta on the PadDc Railroads luve- U(aiiuit, Washington, Jan. IS The following is Jrieiaeni' message transmitted to Congress oq the Paciao railroad investiga tion: " V Ute and Howe of Beprtaentotivet: On March S last an act was passed authoriz ing we appo fitment of three Commissioners who should 1 avestieate the affairs of such rail- toads as hare grants of land from the United States Government. The Commissioners, immediately after their ejection, entered upon the discharge of their duties and have prosecuted their inquiries with intelligence and thoroughness. A large amount of testimony has been taken and all the facts bare been developed which appear to be neces sary lor the consideration of the questions aris ing from the condition of these aided railroads and their position toward the Government. The Commissioners have, however, been una ble to agree on the manner in which the rail roads should be treated respectin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 January 1888

BRUTAL OUTRAGES. Another Shameful Chapter in tho Hatfleld-MoCoy Troubles in West Virginia. An Inoffensive Woman Tied to a Trco and Riddled With Bnllets-IIer Husband Burnett Indiana "WTiitecapa Again Commit Oat-rage3T-Patal Eviction Prowedings in California. Parkersbcbo. 17. Va., Jan. 2L Informa tion reached here to-day or another out break in the Hatneld-McCoy trouble. Simon McCoy, . brother ot the one whose family was murdered a few days ago, lives in Wyoming County. The Hatfield gang made a raid on his tiome and overpowered him and took Mrs. McCoy and her son, a mere boy, out to the woods. The woman wa fastened to a tree by a member of tho party, the remainder staying at the McCoy house to prevent the escape of the others. After firm? at their human target for a time the leader grew tired of mere sport, and gave the order for her to be killed. All the rifles were raised at once, andtb.3 poor woman's body was riddled with bullets. The boy who was taken out . witn her was also dispa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 January 1888

M. BURTON COUITK DEMOCRAT will e. stoke; Editor &nd"r3r"oxDriQ"tor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Olty and County. "I cannot tell bow the truth ma y be, I tell the tale an 'twas told to me." Alittle' daughter of W. W. Caniej is reported quite ill. Commissioner Schwier was in town Monday op, business. The electric call bells are now put in the Morrison hotel. Charley Williamson's childrej are ute ill with diphteria. Chas. Keeder w3 down f'roui Clar ence Monday, on business. Mrs. ' Shulky, formely o Great Beud;, fa. very ill in Hoisirigto5. Jo,ba Boyle, of . Albion township, V&s in town Monday oii Easiness. Jake Miller has relotrtted from Cal ifornia; looking ha3e- and: Jiearty. Mr. Sig Jacoby,, e Hoisington, was iii town Sunday Mifilting friends. Gol. Huttmo was up from Ellin wood Monday transacting business. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hubbard are expected home soon from California. Wilke Duitsman, a stcre keeper of Albert, was in the city FriJay a business. Mrs. Fobb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 February 1888

COUNTY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1888. NUMBER 44. i if: J I' 1 r 'H i Elail Road Time Cards J., T. 5c s- On aud after January 9Ux, 1887, train leave Great Bend as follow, tlx : coixe kasi . Nb. 4, Atlantic express m- No. 8, Eastern Express. 8.03 P- m- Na.6, New York Express. 6.33 a. m- No. 42, way freight 2"5T p" m" No.44, " " .. a.00p.m. eouro west. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex. . . .10.10 p. m No. 7, Colorado and Utah Express. 1104 a. m No. 5, Denver Express. 10.00 p. m No. 41, way freight 10.14 a. ta OKKAT BKJTO WAT FREIGHT. Arri res from east 12.15 P. m" Departs for east 0p. m. o,kT&w. Express 11:1 freight 5:00 a. m. ARRIVES. Express 4:40 p. m. Freight 10:00 p. m. All trains daily except Sunday. W. TORBEY, Agent. :m:o. ZPaoiflo- ARBTVES St Louis Express 12:45 a m Colorado Express T:l a in DKPABT8 St Lonis Express 5:30 a m Colorado Express 11:00 p m All trains daily. E. W. Way wast, Agent. ATTORNEYS'. THEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE Count...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 February 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. VT. 2. ETOKE, Editor and Proprietor. ' GREAT BEXD, - - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of tha Dally News. CONGBSSS. Ik the House on the 21st Sir. Crisp called tip the contested election case of Thoebe against Carlisle, the pending question being on the resolution of a majority of the Commit tee on Elections confirming Mr. Carlisle's title to his seat. The vote on the majority resolu. tion resulted yeas, 140: nays, 0. No Quorum voted, and the House adjourned. Ik the Senate on the 23d, after the pre sentation of petitions, Mr. Edmunds, from the Judiciary Committee, reported a resolution for the investigation of the late local election at Jackson, Miss., which was adopted. A remon strance of the Western Union Telegraph Com pany against the pasage of the Postal Tele graph bill was presented. Several committees reported and Mr. Chandler offered a reso lution calling on the Secretary of the Navy for certain information. Mr. Frye called op the motion to ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 February 1888

fflE BARTON COUMY DEMOCRAT. W. XL 8TOXB, Editor mnA Proprietor. -GREAT BEND, - r , - KANSAS. "A WAY OF MANY MOONS." O Spring's a coquette, for she will, and she'll not; She cajoles and deludes; she blow cold and blows hot. Is she lairf Does she smile 1 Are he oft airs caressing 1 Save a care! 'Tis a gullet she is oal fines sing. a met her one day by a daffy -do wn-tlilly. "Thoflit! she was tempting Persephone's lily. Jllg Boreas blustered along, and tho jilt 3)anced off with, the wind, leaving daffy to w It, And I longed for the Summer to come. .And Summer came, buxom and debonair, tvrith a sinuous step nd a rose in her hair; With round red lips and great blue eyes. That wore part of her own deep, cloudless skies. Out Summer grew fervid ; her love became pain ; She sighed like a furnace, wept hot gashing r. in ; Tier red lips parched and a misty haze Crept over the blue of her earlier days. And I waited for Autumn to come. A.nd Auicrmn came, a nut-brown maid In a thousand garish tin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 February 1888

THE BURTON COUNTY ' DEMOCRAT, WILLE.ST0IO2, Editor a.n.d Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, ; 1 KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year ,. $1.50 Six months . 75 . Three months -50 Of All advertisements or coruaiunication.s, to ob tain an insertion in the Dkmocrat. must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest.. j. Brother Chapman, through the Register last week, presents his readers with an ingeniously worded editorial in which he tries to make it appear that we are grieved at something and want ing to pick a quarrel with him, pre sumably over the question of the coun ty printing. Such was not our inten tion, neighbor, as we believe our read ers are not anxious to have the matter further discussed. One thing, however, you say which we believe it our duty to nail as-to put it mildly a misstatement of facts You say, in reference to the editors of the Dkmocrat and Register, that "we are both good republicans, the only difference being that one ru...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 February 1888

COST! GLOSfflG Quit GBysiraess. The FAMOUS Dry Goods, Clothing, J3UOL Cl II U. OHUt? JULUUiSC TT J.J.X U1UOC UXXJLM. entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes at COST. This is no Hum but a CLOSING SALE. As we have leased a store room in Carlinville, Illi nois, and will open up business at that place April 1, 1888. We cordially invite everyone to call and see us as our east ern stock is clan and Desirable Goods. T 4- iirill i,nv ir-ii 4-n loir in ounnlv irl-ili vnn llfV an opportunity. Come early as the goods must be closed out. Yours For Low Prices, FAMOUS. THE BURTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, Editor Euxid. Proprietor, (Office io OperalBlock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Oity and County, Of all dear words the tongue can tell, In this land or another, The one without its parallel Is Mother. What makes you think the world is round? Give ine a reason fair. v Because so very few are found Who act upon the square. The grand jury will hold torth next week. Mr. L. Schwemley, of Bu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 February 1888

THE COLORED VOTE. A. Cutting Itebnke or Malignant Partisan and O nice-Seeker. It seems strange to find the New York Times taking a prominent stand yln defense of the South against . the . wharge of suppression of the colored ; vote and yet this ablo journal, at one 1 time foremost among those whose " abuse and denunciation of the election methods of the South was character ized by partisan hatred, and sectional malignity, contains in a recent issue the mo3t striking protest which has yet appeared in any Northern paper aig.tinst the bloody shirt policy of the Republicans for 1888. The Times is a Republican paper, but is generally a very fair one. Its criticisms are open and frank, and its eoi rse is not controlled by the lash of its party. It believed Mr. Blaine to he a corrupt man an I Mr. Cleveland an honest one, and it supported the latter for the Presidency. It did not sever its party alliance, but has since sto d with tho organization of which it was for many years the chief org...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 February 1888

CABLE LINE DISASTER. .A, Dangerou3 Curve and Incline on tho St. Paul Cable Railway Causes an Accident, Resulting: in the Loss of Oue Life and Shocking: Injuries. The Company Warned of the Danger The Line Jnst Opsned The Grip Pails to Grip. St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 23. For months a topic of vivid local interest bas been as to when the St. Anthony Hill line of cabla cars would be opened, the horse cars being quite inadequate to supply the rapidly in creasing population in that part or the city. Knows have covered the tracks, and minor accidents have caused repeated postpone ments, but yesterday the cars first began to run with some regularity, and tho public was allowed to make use of them, and a most serious accident signalized tho occa- j sion. A bout half way up tlie Third street ! hill the line turn into Selby avenue at aa obtuse angle, and from this curve to tha top of the hill the grade is steeper, prob ably ono foot in four. Some days ago aa experienced civil engineer pointed out ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 February 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT - WILL E. STOKE, Editor ekxxcl Proprietor, (Office in OpenBlock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS Oily etndL County. Now in the parlor meet the pair When, the golden day is done. Two forma with but one rocking chair. Two hearts that beat as one. The granger who took in a cheque On a bank that had all gone to wreque f Waa so whelmed with chargin That his barn he went in And be hung himself up by the necque. "There is many a slip Twixt the cup and the lip," Is the saying that's frequently Toted; But that cup to the lips. Cause the worst kind of tips. Is a truth that's frequently noted. There was a man, once on a time. Who tho't him wondrous wise ; He swore by all the fabled gods He'd nerer advertise. But the goods were advertised ere long, And thereby ban js a tale; The "ad." waa set in nonpareil And headed "Sheriff's Sale." Exchange. George Peck was in from Albion township Friday. F.. M. Dodson, of the Famous, re turned home Friday. A son of J. W. JL. Hughes, of South ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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