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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 February 1888

COST! CLOSING OUT AT TO Quit B The FAMOUS Dry Goods, Clothing, Boot and Shoe House will close out their 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 clean and Desirable Goods. It will pay you to lay in your supply while you have an opportunity. Come early as the goods must be c losed out. Yours For Low Prices, FAMOUS. THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, Editor clxxcL Proprietor, (Office in Opera.Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Oit-y ELnci County. One af Ed. Tyler's little girls is quite sick to-day. We are glad to note J. J. Winter burg is out on the streets again. Frank Baker and wife, ot Elliu wood,;were in the city Tuesday, shop ping. Mrs. M. H. Meeker, of Homestead, has been quite sick for a few days, but is better now. Justices blanks of al...

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. — 23 February 1888

GREAT SPEECH. It Was Ovrrliearil br Y. A Croffut, ' '. During Rehearsal. Text: "It is our duty, it wems to me, to re--ain the reve-iue tax on tobacco nnd alcoholic pinto, and reduce the tariff on the laborer' elotlinp, fooi and other necessities ol lile." irescr ClevH.nd. (Senator MorrilJ, of Vermont, the father of the Senate, will rise in his seat with the above text in his hand, and ex citingly remark) : Rsform is demanded, as all vrill allow; The Surplus is big and the burden is heavy; Tho Revenue must be dimin'shed, but how Dapend3 on the spe cies of taxes we levy, til I have hinted at during the Sess on As sources from which it should co"?. Mhrht be conveyed in tJie simple expn ss:on: "Spare Tobacco and Itum!" CC3wni3 by Sherman, Edmunds and Frye, while the orator waltzes gracefully up and dava the f.iilc) : .-a-p-aTl fhe tax on poor folks' backs. Out spare Tobiicco and Kum 1 "The grades of Tobacco, as all will allow. Are vital essentials of human existence; Ho race ever grew t...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 February 1888

$21,000 KEWABD. ' The Murderer of Millionaire Snell Discovered to be W. B. Tascott, Tho Scapegrace Son of Well-to-Do Parents Heavy Reward For Ilia Capture. His "Wild Life-Oat of the Penitentiary and Into Society Even Beports Tor a Papar. Chicago, Feb. JS. Startling positive statements were in circulation last evening that ttio murderer of Millionaire A. J. SneU -would be arrested within lorty-six hours, and that the assassin was not a common burglar but the son ot wealthy parents re siding in the immediate vicinity of the dead millionaire. Apparently strong declara tions were heard that the police had evi dence that would hang the murderer. Soma went so far as to mention the name of the person to be arrested, asd seemed to have good reason for saying it was not that of . any one heard of publicly in this connec tion up to last night. All the evening re porters were on the alert, and cabs were dashing about the city from the newspa per offices and the central station, but the rumors ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 February 1888

THE.. BURTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT will, e: stoke, Editor ELxici Proprietor, (Office in OperaBIoclc) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Pity and County. When we ore getting along In yeans, And more ol the world we see, It almost makes us weep to think llow fresh we used to be. A northern man named Derore Stepped out of his back kitchen door lie was caught by the blizzard And froze to the gizzard , And he'll come back "nerer, no more." Justice W. P. Bruce was in the city Monday on business. C E. Hotchkiss, of Ellinwood, is in the city attending court. Mrs. Charlie Chamberlin has been very sick since Thursday last. Ed. Comfort, of Creston, Iowa, is in the city visiting Will Gibson. Wm. Friend will occupy one of the , rooms in the Fair block, March 1st. "Give us this day our" a little more of the same, sort of moisture. Farmers are beginning to purchase their garden seeds for spring planting. Saturday afternoon a beautiful rain fell almost throughout the entire state J. N. Robinson, living seven miles so...

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

VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1,1888. NUMBER 48. Rail Road Time Cards .A... T- Sc S. IF1- On and after January 9th, 188T, trains leave Great Bend as follows, ria : OOIHS EAST. No. 4, Atlantic express 4.59 a. m. , No. 8. Eastern Express. 6.03 p. m. Ne.6, New York Express. 6.33 a. nr No. 42, way freight 1.57 p. m. No. 44, " " 3.00 p.m. 60IKO WEST. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex. . . p. ni i No. T, Colorado sad Utah Express. 1104 a. m No. 5, Denver Express. 10.00 o. ni No. 41, way freight 10.14 a. m GBKAT BIKB WAT TBMOHT. , Arrives from east lt.15 p. m. Depart for east t.30p. m. LKAVES. Express 11:10 in Freight 5:00 a. m. AKBIVBa. Express 4:40 p. m. Freight 10:00 p. m. All trains daily except Sunday. W. TOKBEY, Agent. HVEo. UPetoiflo- ABRITKS St Louis Express 1S:45 a m Colorado Express 7:20 a aa DEPABT8 St Louis Express 5:50 a ra Colorado Express 18:59 pm Alt trains daily. E. W. Waykaht, Agent. ATTORNEYS'. THEO.C COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 March 1888

THE BABTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. VT. S. 8TOXE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND - - - - KANSAS. THE WOULD AT LARGE. Summary "of " the Dally Noi7& . CONGRESS. . When the Senate met on the 29th bills "were reported and placed on the calendar. The bill to incorporate a Washington City cable road was taken up when Senator Edmunds, "in or- der to place Senators on record as to the di rect tariff question,." moved an amendment that the rails used shall be' of Amer ican manufacture, which . was adopted by a vote of 23 to 17. After an executive ses sion the Senate adjourned In the House business of a routine character was transacted. After a long and uninteresting debate upon the motion to suspend the rules and pass the Senate joint resolution to extend the day of inaugura tion from March 4 to April 30 and the defeat of the motion, the House adjourned. After committees reported in the Sen ate on the 21st the bill to incorporate the Washing ' ton Electric Cable railroad was taken up and deba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 March 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. VT. E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS. INTANGIBLE. "Patiently over the road we fere. Intent on the end we'd win; -There's a hint ot frost in the mist air. And the night is closing in; Dut vague and tar from the muffled past Comes a tender, haunting tone, Sua we grasp the skirts of a memory fas From the land of our morning blown. Tls a faint, sweet sound of a tinkling bell Over the pastures borne; Tig the lamb's low bleat on the lonesome fell; 'Tis a rustle amid the corn: The send and rush of the squirrel' tread Parting the withered leaves. Or the twitter of swallows overhead In the dusk of the cottage eaves. And once again we are boys and girls In a round of school and play, With a mother's hand on our tangled carls, When we kneel at her lap to pray. Nothing we reck of the ring of gold. Nor the fall of the dice on 'Change, For the beautiful story is all untold, . And the world yet new and strange. And lo! instead of the masks we ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 March 1888

J ! m, THE BARTON C0B8TY DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED WEKKXT WILL. E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, KANSAS. TERM OP SUBSCRIPTION CASH. Oae jexr . '..$1.50 Rix months , 75 Three months ; JW "All advertisements or eommnnieatloo, to ob OUn an innertinn in the Democrat, mast bo handed la by Wednfeday noon of each week, at the vtry lataai. '. Barton still comes to the front 'with hay, hogs and horned brutes, as such products are to be seen on the street market every day in the week. . .Another month and you will see things fairly turned ' upside dowir in this city. Preparations are being made to build; old buildings will be pulled out and torn down, and a general im proving fever will strike in on all sides. This Leoti Transcript appears to trying to keep up the bitter feeling be tween that tewn and Coronadq by call ing Coronado people all sorts of names, such as "dirty whelps," "murderers," to. It would be good for your county, brothers, if you. would dwell to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 March 1888

I:' I. V THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL, E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in OperaiBlock) GREAT BEXD, : KANSAS. Oity and County. "Dare to do right, s Dare" to be true, No matter what men nf And devils may do.' " "Three cats sat on a high stone wall, And soulful sang their evening lay, Upon them only moonbeams fall. And bootjacks from across the way." It groweth more spring like day by ) J. E. Myers, of Claflin, is in the city on business. Airs. E. V. Moses has been quite ill for several davs. Dewey Laugford was in the city 'Tuesday on busiuess. Mr. Frank Wallace's two children are quite ill with a fever. , G. E. Hotchkisa was up Wednesday from Ellin wood, on legal business. Five car loads of slock were ship ped last night to Kansas City. F. H. Clark, of Union township, was in the city yesterday on busi ness. Mr. Geo. Aus er, a banker of Bush ton, Kas., was in town Wednesday on business. A. B. McConnell, one of Salinas rustling real estate men, was in town Wednesday. Miss Cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 March 1888

BfL.L'S BAZOO. To the'Tlon. Wi-F- Chandler. S"ke Solid South I tleS3lld South! Where onc the carpet-baggers reigned, Wl ere scalawags shot off tha mouth With blovimixa -well Jlmblained Its rtbel yell no more Is heard yh".re 6oar aloft the Yankee bird, But far and near is heard the shout - Of C'band er Bill, whose gruesome soul Xs whirled in tie-.zy round about, Iest 'theso here States", become a whole ' And put old Europe's thrones to shame Oue-S'.uled us well as one in name. - The re)cl yell has passed away. And yet wc have the bloody shirt. Alas, thai d !cade since the fray B 11 thus should with the voters flirt! Eat never mind; the votes once more "Will snow the drift of '84. FM1 high the brazen bowl of galL Fill high the bowl ot senseless hate; Yet fl ats the flag high over all And Bill's bazoo is blown too late. "With bitterness the Northern mouth - Ko more beraies the vanquished South -llatchet. A NOTABLE CONCOURSE. Cleveland's Policy Indorsed by the Most Important Convention ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 March 1888

STORM IN INDIANA, Considerable Damage Done A Bursting: Waterspout Floods the Track. Destructive Conflagration In Pitts burghFloods in Pennsylvania Accidental Poisouing". Buffering at Mount Vernon Eailroad Fa talitiesA Sinking Bark Sawmill ' Boiler Explodes. Evaksville, Ind., Feb. 23. About fivo o'clock last evening a storm visited Haub stadt, sixteen miles north of this city ia Gibson County on the Evansville & Terra Haute railroad, doing considerable damuge to property. Barns were blown down, live stock killed, dwellings unroored and trees blown across the railroad track. Telegraph wires are down and the extent of the loss can not De Jearneu, out no pcrsuuo who killed or injured so far as known. At Milltown, a station on the Air Line between Louisville and Huntingburg, a waterrspout burst and flooded the track, making it very dangerous for the running of trains. Considerable damage is aiso re ported. TlHS AT PITTSBCBGn. ' Pittsburgh, Pa., Feb. 25. A fire started on New Granite ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 1 March 1888

THE BRfitOH CqUHTY-DEMOCRAT WILDE. STOKE, Editor clzxcI Proprietor, (Offica i Opera.Block) - GREAT BEND, - . .'KANSAS. Pity blxikX County. A. H. Dougan, of Qaflin, wa in on business Saturday. Mr. A. Scbriwise, of HoUington, Tflraa in Monday, on business. Jlr. J. Rubenstein, of St. Louia, Mo., is in the city on business. Miss Floy Chappel retires from the millinery business this evening. The time of : rest for the carpenter nd brickmason will Boon be over. Miss Floy Chappel is now behind the counter of the St. Louis Store. W. M. Ireland moved Saturday in to his residence in the west p-"1 tne city." " ;--''T- ; , Ty voeyfof Kabopolis, Kas., vieen in the city several days on business. Commissioner Henry Sch trier was in from Buffalo township Saturday evening. V. S. Musil. G. W. Ashton and Joe Hulse, of Ellinwood, were in the city Friday. H. A. Bishop is moving his stock of (roods into his new quarters, on 2fain street. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brands left on Monday lor their future home in S...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 March 1888

GQUJfTT' DEMOC JU f iUkuLJi.o VOLUME IV. GREAT. BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1888. NUMBER 49. ?! Ji I- v 4 3 " I O J Rail Road Time Cards T- Ss s. if1- Ow and after January 9th, 1887, tiaina ! Oreat Bend as follows, vis : . . OINO bai . No. 4, Atlantic express - - No.8, Eastern Express. - p. m. Ne.6, New York Express. .33 a. nr No. 42, way freight 1.57 p. m. No. 44, " " 3.00 p. m. OIKO WEST. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex. . . .1.1 p. m No. 7, Coloradoand Utah Express. 1104 a. m No. 6, Denver Express. 10.00 p. m tto. 41, way freight 1." a. m SKEJLT BUT0 WAT MHOHI. Arrives from east H.ls s. m. Departs for east P- imii. Kxprem U:l a. . Freight 6:M a. m. AIIITO. Express 4:4 p. m. Freight 10:00 p. m. All trains daily except Sunday. W. TOBEET, Ageat. Mo. Fetoiflo- ABRIVKS St Louis Express 18:45 a m Colorado Express 7:89 a m St Loe is Vxpren 5:89 a n Colorado Express 19:10 p m All trains daily. E. W. Waykaxt, Agent. ATTORNEYS'. THEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE ...

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

THE BARTON COUHTT DEMOCRAT. "W. . STOKE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND - - - - KANSAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Suxpmary of ' tho Dally Newa COXGKESS. The Senate was not in session on the 25th.... In tbe House a bill was passed granting: a pension of $00 a month, with arrears from 3878, to Mary B. Kirby, widow of Major R. M. Klrby, who died In 184 ' from diseases contracted in the Florida war. After committees reported Mr. Springer caUed up the hill for tbe organiza tion of Oklahoma Territory, and it was con sidered in Committee of the Whole, Mr. Man sur. of Missouri, speaking in its favor. The re mainder of the session was taken up in debate UDon public buildings. Adjourned. A bill, was reported iu the Senate on the 27th abolishing the office of Surveyor-General for the district of Nebraska and Iowa. Tbe Senate then took up the bill incorporating the Nicaragua Canal and after 'some debate passed It by a vote of 38 to 15. The Total Dis ability Pension bill was then taken up and de "ba...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 March 1888

TEE BARTOif CODNTI DEMOCRAT. X7. Z. STOKE, Editor anl Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - KANSAS, CHILDISH ASPIRATIONS. ft iras years z on a summer day. Three children Bat by the brcok at play; By tlie brook where the grass grew tall and rank, - And the willows swayed on the quiet bank, Where the oak trees waved their branches f?reen. And the sunbeams fell like gems between; While the birds that sanR In the gioenwood treo Had no lighter hearts than the childron three. All the day long their feet had strayed In the leafy paths in the beech-tree's shade; Till tired at last, and with heat oppressed. They sank on a moss-grown mound to rest. And there in the quiet green retreat 'They wore their flowers In garlands sweet; And 'm'.d the shadows grim and still They planned a future, as children will. Til be a soldier." the oldest cried, "In the battle's front Til boldly r.de; A captain braro and true I'll ba. And lead my hosts to victory ; The foe In terror will from me flee, A conquering hero I ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 March 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, Editor and Iroi3iiotorf (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year J1.50 nix months 75 Three months .50 A11 advertisement or communications, to ob ain an insertion in the Democrat, must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very . A Georgia farmer made $100 off an acre planted in watermelons, ana a neighboring doctor made $200 off the same acre. "Go west young mau and freeze up with the country" is the way eastern papers are putting it now. The proper way, however, to state it is, "'Go west youncr man and escape the dry rot which wijl overtake you if you don't Atchison CJiampion. Every town that has the small-pox should tell the truth about it. That takes off .half the scare, and a knowl edge of the fact that small-pox, prop erly quarantined and treated, is not nearly as dangerous as scarlet fever. relieves a prood portion of the other half. Newton Republican. Some one ha...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 March 1888

'THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in OperaiBIock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. City and County. And the snow came shimmering down. Mrs. W. F. Moore is visiting Chase, this week. Charley Abraham is the father of a bouncing baby boy. H. M. Keeney has gone east on a short business trip. Miss Lilla Bolinsrer is now teaching iu the Verbeck school. James W. Dawson has been quite ill with a conjestive chill. The electric lights will soon be placed iu the Morrison hotel. L. E. Clark is up in Dakota, enjoy ing beautiful away down below zero zephyrs. 'Squire Wunderlick and Ernest Lax were down from Olmitz Tuesday on real estate business. Easter will be celebrated in the Presbyterian Sunday school on the Friday preceding Easter Sunday. Tramps are becoming a little too numerous in this vicinity, and almost every day we hear complaints about them. When a girl gets mad and rises from a fellow's knee, but thinks better of it and goes back, that's what they call a r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 March 1888

DLAINE AND SHE RMAN. fcomo of Thair Mariuiira, us Overheard by W. A. CrofTat. .;r ; s- Mr- BWine rill not' lift his flngr to get the torn. nation." Hut. Mr. Ml liken, of Mui.i. . "This can properly "bo said for John Sher anaa if he accepts the nomination, it must be the ear iet ree-will offering of the Iiepuo- . - c ' feel rd liku to shirts the nomination; To get elected is no easy chore: Star Cleveland uasn't wrought the desolation T.iat you an4 I foretold in8t Ko, the farmer seems requited. And the m ller pays his rent; ' And the settler's wrongs are righted liy the Hurcliard Accident 'iPCCK And the country isn't blighted Not to any great extent! v n. , Shbrmax It isu't quite the circus we could hope for Thi rebel debt was certain to be paid; It isn't what we cast the horoscope for "The re Dels on the Pension rolls!" we said. BLAINE An 1 the the folks wouM be afflicted Under G rover's government, - 'And p ogress bo restricted By the spread of discontent 3?cck . . . And it ain't ns...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 March 1888

TORNADO AT NEWTON. The Dense Black Cloud Hovera Over Newton and Strikes the Southwest Corner. One Man Killed, a Woman Fatally In jured and Another Hart The Storm in Missouri. Sixty Persons Drowned Off La Cayenne Italian Avalanches A Tramp Saye3 Two Lives. Newtos. Kan., March 3. A tornado struck this city Thursday afternoon at five o'clock, coining from the southwest, blow ing down several houses tearing down fences and uprooting trees. A heavy rain accompanied it, immediately followed by a heavy shower of hail. Tho high wind lasted but a few seconds, but when it had subsided it was found that several build ings had been blown dowu and the roofs of many houses taken away. Just before five o'clock a dense, Bmoky c oud was seen approaching from the west. Almost at tho same instant an intensely cold wave from the north met it and thero issued forth a dark cloud that moved rap idly in the direction of the southwestern part of the city. The first buildin? struck was the Newton bug?y facto...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 8 March 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL. IS. STOKE, Editor slxicI Proprietor, (Office in Opera,Block) x GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. City and County. The man who mores a down life's path, And finds it strewn with sweet surprises. Is be wh knows just how it's done, And keeps a store, and advertises. The law firm of Ricbcreek & Jenni- son nas dissolved. Miss Dilla Pratt weut to La Crosse Friday to visit friends. Bro. Obleness, of the Ellinwood Ex press, was in the city to-day. John Stevenson, of Clarence town ship, was in the city Friday. A baby girl arrived at the residence of B. I. Dawson last week. A new girl baby arrived at the house of Carl Bonhani, east side. Dave Bishop, of Chantilla, Kas., was in tne cuy xriuay Tismug friends. Mr. A. V. West, fioni near Maherviile, was" in the city Friday shopping. J. R. Snyder will soon open a cob bler's shop in the basement of the St. Louis store." The Mo. Pacific railroad now has telegraphic communications between this city and Pueblo. Mrs. Chas. Mehr...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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