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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 March 1888

COMF1 VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1888. NUMBER 50. iff" i. r Rail Road Time Cards .A... T- 3s S. F- Ob iid after January 8th, 188T, trains leave Great Bend as follovi, y1 : QOUS KAS! 20. 4, Atlantic expresa m- No. 8. Eastern Express. P- m; M.b, rew xora i-xpres. No. 42, war freight l-? p. m. No. 44 " " 3 00 P- m- GOING WEST. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex 10.10 p. m No. 7, Colorado and Utah Express 1104 a. ni No. 6, Denver Express 10.00 i. m No. 41, way freight 1914 ra ORJCAT BEKD WAY FBBIftHT. Arrives from east '. 1215p- m. Departs for east 3-30 P- m. LEAVES. b'xprens H:l , Freight 6:00 a. in. ARRIVES. Express 4:40 p. m. Freight 10:00 p. m. All trains daily except Sunday. W. TORREY, Agent. ItVlO. lIPELOiflO. ARRIVES St Louis Express 13:45 a m Colorado Express 7:20 a m DKPARTS St Louis Express 5:30 a m Colorado Express " 19:50 p m All trains daily. 'E. W.'Waykakt, Agent. City Officers : Mayor A J Buukland City Clerk Will E. Stoke. City Attorney D A Banta ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 March 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY . DEMOCRAT. W. E. BTOEE, Editor ul Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Pally News. CONGRESS. The Senate wa not in session on the 3d. In the House Henry C. Seymour was sworn in as the successor of S. C. Moffatt, deceased, of Michigan. After committees reported the House took up the Pacific Railroad Telegraph bill and Mr. White, of New York, made a lengthy speech in opposition and Mr. Dockery, of Missouri, spoke vigorously in favor of the bill and against a telegraph monopoly. The bill finally passed with only four votes in the negative. On motion of Mr. Randall a bill passed relieving certain volunteers of the late war and Mexican war from the charge of deser tion. Adjourned. Is I ho Senate on the 6th Senator Reagan, from the Post-office Committee, reported ad versely the Edmunds and Cullom Postal Tele graph bill, and instead reported an original bill subjecting telegraph companies to the supervision of the Inter-State Commissi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 March 1888

THE BARTOff COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. . STOZS, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND - - - - KANSAS THE TOPMOST BOUGH. M Z want the fruit of the topmost bough. Who cares tor the prize that costs no paint rWliat boots the bay oa tho light-pressed brow? j Tis the Iron crown as of Charlemagne; KTii the palace girt with the lion guards; The Eden beyond the stormy sea; iXet those give way whom the toil retards. But the strife and the heat and the dost for me I There is Alexander's bitter tear O'er the lack of worlds for the rioter's quest; 'There Is Cromwell stretched on his gorgeous bier. Taking his first and his only rest! There is Milton, blind to the suns of time, Star-eved, in Jasper courts at last; Xlke the bird that steers through the azure clime ' To the eyrie with hard-won repast. " X want the fruit of the topmost bough; Let him who trembles desert the fray; I think of the crown on the victor's brow. And not of the lions that guard the way. For the time Is short and the arm is frail. And ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 March 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY- DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, Editor a.nci Proprietor, (Office in Opera WocV) GREAT BEND, : , KANSAS. TERM OK SUBSCRIITION CASH. One year Six months Three months.. .fl.50 . .30 MVA11 advertisements or communications, to ob 'stfn an insertion in the Dkmocrat. niust he handed la by Wednesday noon of each wc.-t, at the very iateat. A l.atk issue of the Medicine Lodge Cresset announces that fights and free whisky go hand in hand at that village. What's the matter with our Murray law any way ? ' It is reported that Emporia churches have generously decided to take up no more collections until the members have paid up their subscriptions to the base ball club. If such a rule should lx; adopted in Great Bend, we greatly fear some ministers would go hungry. General, trade throughout the west is steadily, improving and, according to Jh adxlrcetx, is- in much better condition now than it was at this time last year. As the season advances and crop pros pects becom...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 March 1888

SPECIAL BARGAIN r Harper's Book Store, In WALL PAPER of all - GRADES. Also a complete line of Staple and Fancy goods, usually kept in a book store. School Books a Specialty. '. J. H. HARPER. THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKK, Editor and. Proprietor, (Office in OperaBIock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. OityandOounty. "Our life is but a winter day, Some only breukf at and away: Others to dinner Mtuy, And are full fed; The oldest mau but nuns, And gocn to bod: Large is bin debt. That lingers out the day; . He that goes soonest, Has the leaat to pay." ' "I am waiting for tlio spring time," - Sang a maiden through ber uose, "Walter can't even, kiss me, But brother goes and blown. In the bright and balmy xpring time, AY lieu the bumble-liees do bum, We could meet. in the woodlct, And yum, ynm, yum." Mrs. Will Davis is very much better. f J. V. Briuknian is iu Topeka on business. Another railroad scheme on foot. Ask E. R. Moses. Joe Bitner has moved to Great Bend from Wheatland. Great Bend ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 March 1888

THE DEAD KAISER. TEho First Emperor , of the New Germany. Sketch or the Moat Remarkable Man In uro,i -an History A Wise and liduiine Kuler A Lonj aod Splendid Kela-n. 'Si! TVilhelm Frederic Ludwigr, King of 3r s da and the first Emperor of the new 33rm toy, w bora March 23, 1737, and his death closes the career of one of the most prominent diameters of European history. IIj was tha son of William the Third, his mother bein? the celebrated Queen Louisa. In January, 18 -'7, and before he was yet ten e&ri of "r , h3 was appainted oy his lather to an oilce in the army, and in 1314 distinguished himself in the two campaigns of the war of libera tion. In the battle of iBar-Sur-Aube.he won. by his gallant con- 4$$& Kussiaa Order of St. MWlM Oeorge. In 1817, hav 5' iu fil'st undergone ' the most careful prep- KAisin wileelm. aration, he was given s seat and a voice in tha Council of State. In 1840, and after the accession of his child Je brother, Fr nlerick William the Fourth, tx th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 March 1888

FATALITIES. ZjOss of Life at the Burning of O Methodist University in Dakota. Forty Killed by an Explosion on a Pleasure Loat One Hundred Thou sand Drowned And Nearly Two Million Homeless in China Twelve Drowned in the English Channel. MrVcHEix, Dak., March 10. Fire broko out in the Methodist University at three o'clock yesterday morning from the spon taneous combustion of oily rags in the art rooms. There were forty inmates, includ ing the faculty, students and servants, but all but ten escaped without 'trouble. Four young1 men jumped from the second story windows, Jour others and a proiessor jumped from the third story, and another professor descended from the roof by a clothes line. Horton Pitcher, of Northville, received internal injuries and died in two hours: Hattie Tuylor, elocution teacher of Canton, bad her spine injured; Miss Bab- cock, of BaJem, was internally hurt; Miss Strong-, of Mitchell, had her back injured; Prof. Duncan suffers with lacerated hands and face and fro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 15 March 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL, E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera;BIock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. " Oity olucI County. "Men who will not grind large axea. But' worWor those who pay the Uzrs." "Our trouble are the rock in narrow' J stream. Whereat we fret and chafe, and strlre and weep; But hearen aeods riaii, our stream grows wide and deep. The rocka lie hid, forgotten as a dream. John Gestler, of Albert, was in the city Monday. Mr. Jake Kline took in Ellin wood Sunday, to see his best girl. Mr3. GediOppof Coolidge, is vis iting relatives in this city. Judge Lowe is quite ill at the resi dence of Mr. Chamberlain A brand new boy has arrived at the residence of J. A. Argabrite. Albert Chapman, of 'Beaver town ship, was in the city Saturday. Father Deeclecamp came up from Wichita Monday to visit friend. John Doty has sold his residence, iri Ireland's addition, to Jesse Ray. Miss Maggie Kewen has resigned her position in the New - York store. The new M. E. church will be d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 March 1888

BiEFOI : COUITY mm VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1888. NUMBER 51. . 5. X Rail Road Time Cards -A... T- Sc s. if1- On aud after January 9th, 1887, train ieTe Great Bend aa follows, yi : OOIH& KAS1. No. A, Atlantic expresa "- M- Ko.8. Eastern Expreea. 5 03 P- m- Na.6, New York Express. 6.83 a. m- No. 42, wayfreight 1-57 p. m. No. 44, " " S.00 p. m. ooma wkst. Ko. 8, Caliiornia and New Mexico Ex. . . .10.18 p. m No. 7, Colorado and Utah Express. 1104 a. m No. 6, IenTer Express. 10.00 p. m No. 41, way freight 19.1 - m MAT BIND WAT FBEfGiUT. Arrivea from east 1-15 P- Departs for east P- m- CD-, KI. 3c LKAVKS. Express Freight 5:00 a. m. AERITKS. Express 4:4 p. m. Freight 10:00 p. u. All trains daily except Sunday. W. TO BEET, Agent. IEo. IfPsLOiflo- aBBIVES St Louis Express 12:45 J m Colorado Express T:20 a n DEPARTS St Louis Express 5:30 a m Colorado Express 10:50 p m All trains daily. E. W. TtTiTHiNT, Agent. Oity Officers: Mayor A J Auckland City Clerk Will E. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 March 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. "W. E. STOKE, Editor end Proprietor. GREAT BEND - - - - KANSAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily New. CONGKESS. In the House o. the loth the Pension bill was received from the Senate and referred. A Wll was Introduced authorizing the United States to negotiate with Mexico for the ap pointment of a commission to determine the boundary line between the United States and Mexico. A bill was passed extending for two years the time of payment to purchasers of land on the Omaha Indian Reservation in Nebraska. Pending action on the bill allotting lands to the Miami and Peoria Indians in the Indian Ter ritory, the House adjourned. After rout ne business in the Senate on the 12th, Mr. Colquitt addressed the Senate in support and praise of the President's message, and Mr. Dolph told what he would do with the surplus. He would expend it in the improve ment of rivers and harbors, constructing de fenses and liquidating the public debt. Ad journed In the House ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 March 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. E. STOKS, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS BETTER GO IT SLOW. I planted trees at twenty. And gave them time to grow; And now good fruit in plenty I pluck from every row. Enough for you. boya, Enough for me, boya, There'll always be, boys. If we let It bltve time to grow. There's neighbor Hale, the rich man's son. Be could not wait till fall; Be ate his apples green, poor chap, And now has none at all. Ha, ha, my boys, ho, hot I tell you what I know ; Tls fortune's waste when fools makerhaste; You'd better go it slow. I got my wealth by saving; I always worked my way; And I never eared a shavin? For "luck," in trade or play. I never drank, boys. Nor lived too high, boys. And that's Just why, boys, I'm a hearty old man to-day. There's Rapid Ned, who sowed wild oats (As most young fellows can) 2ow tramps, a begger on the street. Where onco he drove a span, a span. Ha, ha, my boys, ho, hoi I tell you what I know; Tis fortune's waste when f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 March 1888

THE BARTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) " ' GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. On year . fl.30 Six months 73 Three months '. JO WA11 advertisement or communications, to ob tain an insertion In the Drmocrat. must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. - National Democratic Convention. The national demorcatic committee bavins met in the city of Washington on the 22d day of Feb., 1 688, has appointed Tuesday, the fifth day of Jane next, at noon, as the time, and chose the city of St. Lo uis the place of holding the national democratic convention. Each state is entitled to a representation therein equal to doable the number of its senators and representatives in the congress of the United State. The democrats of each organised teiritory and the district ef Columbia are lnrited to send two dele gates, subject to the decision of the convention a to their admission. All democrat conse...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 March 1888

SPECIAL BARGAINS Harper's Book Store, In WALL PAPER of all GRADES. Also a complete line of Staple and Fancy goods, usually kept in a book store. School Books a Specialty. J. H. HARPER. THE BURTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, Editor etiacl Proprietor, (Office in Opera"Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. City and County. You'd like to bare me tell you bow To shine iu conversation ? An answer I will give right now To your Interrogation Keep your mouth shut. The street lighting question is be coming quite interesting. Dewey Langford, of Newton, is in town visiting old friends. Only few more days in which to register. Don't all come at once. Old wiuter forgot something, evi dently, and came back after it Mon day. Hon. Aaron S. Everest, of Law rence, Kas., is iu the city Wednesday on business. Nick Sherlock came in from Med icine Lodge yesterday, to visit old friends here. Every citizen of Kansas, the sun flower state, should observe Arbor day, April 4th. Mr. F. O. Rhea, who was last sum mer w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 March 1888

RANDALL'S TARIFF BILL. 8Tr. Kntflnll IntrodacM sv 'fart' 'Bill Which He PropMM to substitute for That or the Xfaju and Means Committee. Washington. March 13. Congressman Kamuei J. Randall bas completed his Tariff bill and will introduce It in the House to -day. In explanation of the reduction lie says: "The estimated reductions under Xhis bill will be: On internal taxation re pealed, 470,000,000; on tariff schedules, S2-V OCX). IX The bill is the result of great labor -and industry and framed after the fullest iDqmry and conference with those directly interested. The rates will not suit many -of those engHgcd in manufactures but are deemed fair and a proper response to the demand for reduced rates in our tariff laws." . The bill is fully twice as long as the Mills bill and relates to many more subjects. The fnliowt-ig are some of tho more impor tant prov sioas: The taxes on manufactured tobacco, snuff, cigars cheroots and cigarettes and the special taxes required by law to be paid b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 March 1888

) TO THE TOMB. Imposing1 Ceremonies at the Fun- eral of tlie Lato German Emperor. The Services at the Cathedral and Procession to Charlottenburg A. Memorable Scene. "Empsror Prederick, Bismarck and Yon Moltk9 Unable to b3 Present on Ac connt of Bad "Weather. Bert.ix, March 17. The funeral of the late Emperor William took place yester day. Tho weaiher was extremely cold, and the troops, who were ranged four deep along the route taken by the funeral cortege, wore heavy cloaks. The low temperature had no apparent effect upon the people, and hundreds of thousands of spectators occupied the space behind the soldiers, while every window along Uuter den Linden was crowded. All the houses on the thoroughfare were covered with , mouroinir and exh.bited flags with black; drapery. The route of the funeral procession pre sented a most imposing aspect, entirely in keeping w th the deep sorrow and reverence of the people. The center of the road was strewn with gravel and fir branches. In Fariserp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 22 March 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL. E. STOKE, ICditor and Proprietor, (Office in OperaBlock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. . City and County. She said not much about the sea At et of sun she sat with me, I held kr hand, so fond and free, Thrilled st its touch; Softly I spoke and tenderly, She said not much. We saw the billows come and flee; Oh. tremulous heart and throbbing sea, How near alike the j seemed to me! Upon the sand I bent my knee, "Oh, wilt thou not my true wife be?" She said: "Not much." Don't forget that April 4th will be Arbor day. Saturday was St. "Patrick's day in the morning.'' Prairie fires are beginning to light up the horizon again, at night. In this Kansas land it is hard to tell what the next day will bring forth. Miss Cora Diehl has accepted a po sition in the register of needs office. Clean up the rubbish about your premises and give the grass a chance. Sheriff Wilson is looking after the persona tax delinquents these days. A few more live jack rabbits are wanted, at a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 March 1888

VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1888. NUMBER 52. Rail Road Time Cards .a.., T- & s. IP- On aud after January 9th, 188T, tiaina leare Great liana as loJlows, via : GOING KASl . No. 4. Atlantic express I.4.5S a. m No. 8, Eastern Express 5.63 p. m. K.6, New York Express. 6.33 a. m- Ifo. 42, way freight ..1.07 p. m. No. 44, " " 3.00 p.m. GOING WEST. No. 3, California and New Mexico Ex... .10.18 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. m CBKAT BEND WAY FREIOHT. Arrives from east 12.15 p. m. Departs for east 2.3 p. m. CD; IEC. &" "W. LEAVES. Express 11:10 a. m. Freight :00 a. m. ARRIVES. Express 4:46 p. m, Freight 10:00 p. m, All trains daily except Sunday. W. TOREEY, Agent. 3so. IPaLOiflo- A RRI V E3 fit Louis Express 12:45 a m Colorado Express 7:20 a n DEPARTS St Louis Express 5:30 a m Colorado Express 10:50 p m All trains daily. E. W. Way N ant, Agent. City Officers : Mayor A J Buukl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 March 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. XT. TL. ETOEE, Editor, and Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Newa. COKGKESS. The Senate was not in session on the 17th.. ..In the House a bill passed changing the terms of United States courts in the northern division of the Eastern district of Missouri, and several private pension bills passed. Com mittees reported on some bills, none of general importance. Mr. O'Neill, of Missouri, called up the resolution assigning March 20 and 21, April 18 and May 16 for the consideration of labor bills, which, after debate, was adopted, but pending a motion to reconsider, the matter went over. No other business was transacted. In the Senate on the 19th among the bills reported and placed on the calendar was that providing for an arbitration board to settle the boundary dispute with Texas. Among the bills passed were: To settle and adjust the claim of any State for expenses incurred in defense of the country during the war; app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 March 1888

I -. V THE BARTON COUHTY DEMOCRAT. OT. 23. STOZE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS. A YEAR'S COMEDY. Twis April, when the brown birds sing. And woods with bursting buds are gray; We met and watched the face of Spring Growing more lovely every day. Before tue woods were green, or half The blue eggs hatched, one sunny morning We found that we were made to laugh. You at my love, I at your scorning. "When Summer, with her rose ablaze. Passed over all the tranced earth, "We found the sumptuous burning days Too stately for such trivial mirth ; And ere July had well passed by We fell in love with melancholy, And dreamed that we were made to r,igh, I at my woe, you at my folly. "We walked where woods were red and brown. When Autumn crowned the hills with gold; And while the leaves came rustling down. Love's story, once again, was told .September's sun was gold above The full earth's fruitful, golden dower; We knew that we were made to love I to love you and you. your power....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 March 1888

THE BARTON COUSTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) " GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year "5? Six months j-j Three month -50 OVAll advertisements or commnnicaUons, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the Tery latest. National Democratic Convention. The national demorcatic committee haying met in the citT of Washington ou the 22d day of eb., 1888, has appointed Tuesday, the fifth day of June next, at noon, as the time, and chose the city 01 st Louis the place of holding the national democratic cod Tent ion. Each state is entitled to a representation therein equal to double the number of its senators and rem-esentat'ves in tho congress of the United States. The democrats of each organized teiritory and the district of Columbia are invited to send two dele gates, subject to the decision of the convention as to their admission. All democrats conservative...

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