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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 May 1888

! THE BiBTflH ' COUNTY - DEMOCRAT - WILL E. STOKE, Editor and Frojprietor, - ' - (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. OitycLxicl County. I do not Uke to Lear her pray, With jewelled ear and silken dress, - Whose washerwoman toils all day, - And Bhe la asked to work for less. The gloomy wimter'a eourse is run Up'frem the earth the daisies peep, The base ball season has begun, ' The umpire's wife and children wcepl ; See call for democratic county con- . Mention.- Chain up yur dog or he'll give up . the ghost. S. B. Chappell won the gold badge at the shoot Tuesday. George Strobel has returned from liis trip through the Southern States. J. B. Trester and J. W. Smith, of Eureka, were in the city Wednesday laying In farm supplies. Mr. A. Schlesinger, of Peru, Iud., find Mr. J. Schlesinger, of Hampton, are in the city on business. Mrs. D. H. Rice, of Dodge City, Kansas, a sister of Mrs. S. B. Chap pell is in the city for a visit. O. B. Wilson Tuesday bought the M. B. Lawrence far...

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. — 3 May 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. S. BTOZE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - r - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LAEGE. Summary of thm Dally News. CONGRESS. Ths Senate was not in session on the Slst.... After a contest for consideration be tween the friends of the Homestead and the River and Harbor bills, the latter prevailed and the House went into Committee of the Whole upon the River and Harbor bill and the day was devoted to its consideration. When the com mittee rose the House adjourned. Ik the Senate on the 23d the House bill to prohibit the making of books or pools on trot ting or running races, foot racing or base ball in. the District of Columbia was (tossed; also the House bill for the sale of certain New York Indian lands in Kansas. The International Copyright bill wasahen discussed until adjournment.... The Honse passed the bill giving a pension of 175 per month to the -widow of General Kicketts. Under the call of States bills and resolutions were Introduced. The balance of the ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 May 1888

V V THE BARTON CODHTI DEMOCRAT. VIS. BTOXS, Editor and Proprietor. ' GREAT BEND, - - . - - KANSAS. TALE OF THE PRINTER'S STICK. ............ LOCAL. . Through the doorway, Into the glare. Into the hot and stifling air. Into the realm of constant clicks, I to the realm of types and sticks, Xilgbtly the hand goes to and fro, fatting in type a tale of woe. Telling of death by the treach'rous rail, felling of death by storm and gale. Cliokety-click! Clickety-click I There it goes in the printer's stick, a BT CABLE. Under the ocean, under the roar, ; From ev'ry clime, from ev'ry shore, 0mes the news by the cable's flash News of the good, news of the rash ; "News of the noble, news of the 'squire; TVews of the floods, news of the fire; , News of murder by pistol shot; Hews pf cold, news of hot. Clickety-click J Clickety-click! There it goes in the printer's stick. CBT TELEPHONE. There where the willows thickly grow; There where the waters gently flow; There where the throng is kneeling low...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 May 1888

Rail Road Time Cards .A... T- Sc s. IF1- Ob ud after January 9th, 1837, tialnj leT Great wuhiouovi,tu: 4 COINS BAST. IT.. 4, New York expren. 6:08 p. . 6.25 Wo. 42, way freight mo. a. Xjocm rassenger " ,.U7p.n. . .3.00 p. m. eouro west. y. 8, Local Passenger o. a, Canon Ball . ... Wo. 7, Colorado Express. " 11.03 D. m ...10.12 p. m .... :41 a. m ...10.14'a.ia 1, WT ITCJgUfc . 6BK1T BUB WAT IRSIfiHT. . i m 12.15 d. m tfeparta for east 8.30 p. m. LKAVKS. Express..... Freight AKKJTE3. Express . Freight.. :50 a. .... 8:15 a. m. 1:55 p. m 5:50 p. m. All train, dally except Bun 1BBTVCI St Lauis Express Oiorado Kip r ess. - DKPABTS St Louis Express Colorado Express 10:30 p m All trains daily. . . E. W.' Waywakt, Agent. Oity Officers: Mayor A J Buckland City Clerk Will E. Stoke, City Attorney D A Bauta City Marshai J.hn W Uawson ' Street Commissioner J T Airhart CODHC1LMKS. First Ward W O Morrison, W E Harper Second Ward Geo. J Spencer, C L Mones Third Ward F B Caldwell, Geo N Mown Fourth W...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 May 1888

i ) mj mm. IMMO DM 1 VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1888. NUMBER 6. "Weather idications: More rain and consequently more wheat, corn, potatoes, oats, hay, etc., ad infinitum. Hey diddle, diddle," the "dog's" in the fiddle, the "bogs" have taken the town; but the Main street "show" is no more a go, and the hack-men are tied, down. "Westward the star of empire takes its way," and western Kansas proposes this year to handle the rod over the Empire of Kansas by electing a gov ernor from its territory. Sterling Bulletin. Great Bend resident streets are beginning to look as green and um brageous as "a dream of Arcady," and anent the silver rays of the round faced moon can be seen the spooning couples beneath the leafy boughs. By the way, father Baker, if the report of the Abilene convention is not legitimate, associated press news, why devote a couple of columns to a special report, even if principally manufac tured in your own office. Lyons Re publican. And now comes Bic...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 May 1888

the mm coomtt democrat. V. S. MOZZ, Xdltor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of th Daily News. . CONGRESS. Thr Senate was not ia session on tbe 29th. . . .The entire day in the House was given up to debate on the Tariff bill, but with only about thirty-live members present. Among the bills reported to the Senate on the 90th was one increasing the salary of United States dlstr ct Judges to 15,000. The Land Forfeiture bill was briefly discussed and a diu passed autnorizing tne saie oi a tract oi land in the Leavenworth military reservation to the water works company. The Internation al Copyright bill was then debated until ad journment. . . . Immediately upon assembling the House resumed consideration of the Tariff bill and debate continued during the entire day. In the Senate on May 1, at the conclusion of the morning business. Senator Stewart's Silver Coinage resolution was adopted, and the hill passed appropriating tlOO.000 for a publlo buildin...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 May 1888

HE BAETOH COUKTT DEMOCRAT yp. X. BTOX2, Editor and. Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - r - KANSAS. TRANSFIGURATION. T MZMORIAM. Unci written by Louise M. Alcott on the death of ber mother. Mysterious death ! who in single hour Life's gold can so reSne: And by thy art divine Change mortal weakness into immortal power! Bending beneath the weight of eighty years. Spent with the noble strife Of a victorious life, "We watched her fading Heavenward through our tears. Suit ere the sense of loss our hearts had wrung A miracle was wrought. And swift as happy thought Che lived again, brave, beautiful and young. pain and sorrow dropped the vails they wore. And Bhowed the tender eyes Of angels in disguise, Wm discipline so patiently she bore. TVe past years brought their harvest rich and fair. While memory and love Together fondly wove A golden garland for the silver hair. How could we mourn like those who are bereft. When every pang of grief Found balm for itself Jb counting up the treasures she had le...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 May 1888

THE BARTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT, . PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL, E. STOKE, Editor eLxici Frojprietrpr, (Office in Opera Clock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASIL One year Six months .$1.50 Three months ' .50 AI1 advertisements or communication n, to ob tain an insertion in the Devocbat. must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very jaiesu Entered as second cl ass matter at the Great Bend Kansas, poatoflice. A DEMOCRATIC STATE CON VENTION. A delegate convention of the Democratic party of the state of Kansas is hereby called to meet in the city of Wichita at 11 o'clock a. m. on Thursday, the 17th day of May, 1888, for the punoee of elect ing eighteen delegates and eighteen alternates to represent the Demcoratic party of the state of Kan sas in the Democratic National convention to be held in the city of St. Louis on the 5th day of June, 1888. The basis of representation ' In the state convention shall be one delegate and one alternate for every 200 votes or any fracti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 May 1888

V THE BARTON , COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) ' ' ' ' GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Gtty and County. Great Bend city scrip is now rapid ly nearicg par. . Judge Toepke, of Ellin wood, was on the streets Wedesnday. Band "entertainment Saturday even ing benefit of the citizens' band. We will soon write at night by electric light. Is not that right ? Where was the council when the liffht went out? In executive session. The Great Bend Telephone Co. are advertising for bids have the poles put in. Win. Rear ick, of Beaver, township, was in the city Wednesday, talking politics. There will be services at the Cath olic church in this city next Sunday morning. John R. Harris, of Eureka, says his new, stoue residence is nearing completion. Ed. Hubbard is assisting at the work bench with C. A. Patterson, the jeweler. N. Ney and John Rcdetzke, - of Cleveland, were in the city Saturday on school business. Ice cream and strawberries, first of the season, at th...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 May 1888

HOT WORDS. JEt Wav-m Debate In tha United Btatea Banata. Mter trm Kmmm Replies to the ItWr Proem UilMi-CrowM Ueriea IUte te a Terr . uvtir rut. Wiiwo, Kar .The Senate galleries ypeeeated -o naaeually animated appearance at epeaiBe; of SMterdey't sesstoa, being eoda villi spectators, principally ladie , srawa by the aanouaoeneat of a speech bj Mr. Xscalla la response to Mr. Yoorhees' inrectire f hut We4ae- day and by the proapeot of a bit ter and eteHed pellWeal fliaouaaion. At two o'cloc Mr- IafaUa oomraeoced his peeeb. by teeaMnfl ike fact that July 11. last, Jtsejov-Gcaeral I'itm Jabs Por'er, now on the re Jne4 Hit. wrote a letter In which he thanked Sua irleaaa and aal4 hi heart was always with then), although hi head and heart hod at one ttrue worked the best they knew how against them. The Senator from Indiana had com plained last Wednesday with bitterness that -an .attempt hna been made to blacken tne names of all the great civil a well a military leaders In the late war who r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 May 1888

NEBRASKA HOKROIL Either a Terrible Crime or an In explicable Accident The Bodies of . Two Men, Two Women! and Threo Children Found in the Ruins of a Burned Barn. . The Hired Man Missing The Dead Too 'Much Charred to Afford Any Clew to the Affair. Arlisgtos, Neb.,May 5. A large barn on the farm of Mrs. Freese, living about a mile from here, burned between six and eight o'clock yesterday morning and the dead bodies of Mrs. Freese, Fred Grateluschen, his wife and three children, aud his brother Louis, were found among the ruins. 80 far as known there is no person now living who was preseut when these seven human ' beings lost tbeir lives. Shortly after six o'clock smoke was seen rising from the Freese farm, but as old straw and haystacks were being burned quite extensively in the surrounding coun try, no attention was paid to it at first. After the lire had burned for some time, however, the color of the smoke changed from a grayish shade, such as corns from burning hay or straw, (o a ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 May 1888

Rail Road Time Cards On ud after January 9th, 1887, txalna leav. Great Bend as follows, fix : eowe bast. No. 4, New York express 6:08 p. m. N. 6, Canon Ball 6.25 a. m. No. 8. Local Passenger .....6.43 . No. 42, way freight 1 JS7 p. m. No. 44) " " 8.00 p.m. eOINO WK8T. No. 8, Local Passenger 11 P- m No. 5, Canon Ball W.U p. m No. 7, Colorado Express. - 9:41 a. m No. 41, way freight 10.14 a. m GRKAT BKKD WAT HEIGHT. Arrlres from east .1S p. m. Depart for east 2.30 p. m. LKAVKS. Expresa :?2s-m- Freight 8:15 a. m. ABKIYKS. Express 5:55 p. m. FreW : 6:50 p.m. Ail train, daily except Sunday Agent Mo. DPetoiflo- BRIVKS St Louis Express 12:05 a m Colorado Express 7:50 a m DKPABTS 8t Louis Express; .$'lRm Colorado Express 10:30 p m All trains daily. ' ' . E. W. WAYHAy AftBnt. City Officers! Mayor A J Buckland ' City Clerk Will E. StoVe, City Attorney D A Banta City Marshal J.tan W Dawson Street Commissioner J T Airhart COCNCILMKK. First Ward W O Morrison, W E Harper Second Ward Geo. J Spence...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 May 1888

wfY VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1888. NUMBER 8. Cleveland and tariff reform, oar watchword! Tiie Medicine Lodge Democrat is a new acquisition to our exchange table: Scott City has a broom factory which claims it has already received or ders for 100, (XX) brooma this year. The Great Bend Democrat is now one of the neatest papers that reaches our exchange table. Ilalstead Herald. Hutchinson is very jubilent over the seeming success of its base ball team. They have been doing the "Westerns right along. Salt to the right of us; coal to the left of us; gas to the north of us; oil to the south of us; everything valuable, nothing impossible; glory all over us; down with the drill ! The Dodge City Globe Publishing Company has taken out a charter for the purpose of issuing a daily and weekly paper. The capital stock ii $25,000. It is to be a morning paper. In theiu enthusiasm over the 648 bottles of beer the republicans forgot the God and moralty part of their or ganizati...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 May 1888

FACTS FOR TAX-PAYERS. 4Swm Interesting- and Important Matters lir Home C'on.umptlon. Starting with the admitted fact that the average tariff tax on imports is not less than 41 "per cent, and that the list, according to the report of the Secretary of the Treasury in 1835. comprises 4.182 articles, let the intel ligent, voter consider, as he looks around his home, what part of the list interests him. Ho can sit by his kitch en lire and find the following which Jiave drawn money from hi3 pocket and the tax on each: Tie Iron in the stove'."....... .1 Pots and kettles 51 Copper and brass utensils 45 Crockery, commonest kind &3 Glassware, cheapest kind 45 TTHbte cutlery and spoons 45 .IPickled or suited flab 25 .Salt...: 88 Saltpetre Ill "Vinegar StJ yickles 35 Kice Hi Fore gn fruit a Carpet, if made of druggets 74 Carpet, if made of tapestrjr W .Furniture Wall paper 5 "Window curtains 43 XOoking-glass " .Men's clothing of wool 5 "Woolen hosiery and undershirts 75 Cotton ditto Woolen ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 May 1888

Q V it FAMINE TO FOLLOW. Great Distress of tho Hundred3 of People Driven Out by the 7 ... , Mississippi Floods Many of Tliem Es ': . cape With Insufficient Clotbiug: ' "' - and No Food. Appeals For Help to Ba Hide The Sc3U3 of Desolation The Wabash Bridge Damaged. Qcixct, 111., May 19. The great flooi Ibafc bow prevaiis along the Mississippi rivr ha, never been equale i except in 1S51. Tea days ago th water i etched the dang3r point and f ona that time has been nsiog steadily at the rate of from four to four teen iuche daily. Ths Government gausro now mark nineteen feel nine inches, be in? seven inches higher than the great flood of 188L Above and below Qu'ney ' are over 100 miles of levees for the protec tion of fully 300,00) acres of land, the most productive farnvnsr lands in the vail y. Sunday morning the preiit break occurred in one of ttuss, the Indian eiova levee. During the day two other crevasses were made and within a few bouts thousands of ' acres of winter wheat that pro...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 May 1888

THE BARTOH COUKTY -DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL. K. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. r ar ti.!X Six month's $L Three months. 50 BHd-All advertisements or communications, to ol tain an insertion in tlie Dksiockat. must be banded iu by Wednesday noon of ech week, at tho very latest. Entered as second class matter at the Great Beui Kansas, postotlicc. Natonal Democratic Convention. The national demorcatic committee having met in the city of Washington on the 22d day of Feb., 1888, has appointed Tuesday, the fifth day of June nt'noon. uh the time, and cbosa the city of St. "Louis.theplawe of holding the national democratic convention. ........ i. t s ronrm-nlatlon therein equal to double the number of its seaators and representatives in the congrc of the lutteu iaic. Tk. Hr.,r.inf organized teiritory and the district of Columbia are invited to send two dele ft.- ti. the decision of the convention n to their admissi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 May 1888

THE BURTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, BJditor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) &REAT BEND, : KANSAS. City a.xici County. We told you the rain was not far off. Geo. Brinkman is still confined to the house. Mumps. A trip through the rural districts will do your heart good. 'Squire J. D. Ronstadt, of Ellin wood, is on our streets Tuesday. The walls of the Hulme and WiU ner building begin to loom up in good phape. The average high school girl is now worrying her pretty head over "ex amination week." Creed Kankin, assistant postmaster, has been quite ill with a bilious fever for a couple of days. The officers of the Old Settlers' Association are making arrangements for a grand reunion on the 31st inst. T. J. Martin and Adeline Keffer have been licensed to wed by J udge Ogle. Immediate effect of the big rain. The protracted meetings of the Christian church this week are awak ening a good deal of interest in the community. C.F. Diffenbacher returned Tuesday morning from Dodg...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 May 1888

HE BARTON CODNIY -DEMOCRAT. VT, XL BTOKB, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. . Summary of the Dally News. CONGRESS. The Senate was not in session on the 12th, and in the House the entire day was de voted to debate on the Tariff bill. In the Senate on the 14th Mr. Stewart introduced a bill to amend the Constitution so as to only require a majority, instead of two thirds, vote to override a veto. Senator Boar, from the Committee on Elections, made a re port in the case of Mr. Turple, of Indiana, which confirms Mr. Turpie in his seat. The report was unanimous. Senator Vest offered a resolution for a committee of five to investigate the meat product of the United States and if there exists a combination to control prices. The House bill making an appropriation to ena ble certain departments to participate in the centennial exposition at Cincinnati from July to October was amended and passed. The Animal Industry bill came up as unfinished business, but ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 May 1888

THE BARTON- COUNTY DEMOCRAT. V7. . STOKE, Editor &n& Proprietor. GREAT BENDT - - - - KANSAS. NATURE. THE MASTER-POET. ATl.h&ll tis. Ilm it&nl.mhn as trlnff must Stand , t A monarch by title true! , TYomHhe suns of space to the grains of sand, JiU things are songs In this master's hand; And the strain is nobler than books have told. Than choirs have breathed, or organs rolled, Or can float from Mellowest chains of gold For Nature's a singer, too. Tour themes he hath through the changing year. And one is the chant of Spring. "Tis filled with life, 'tis, filled with cheer, Mis heard In birAnotes blithe and clear; 'A wake ! awake 1 be ye glad to-day. For I'll clothe with green your barren way, And I'll deck your hills with blossoms gay. And Joy to the world I'll bring." Again his lines have a softer swell. And a rhythm more full and sweet; 'TIS of gleaming Summer the measures tell. As ringing they go over hill and dell: , 'I've b:ought you grain ; let its glory be An emb...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 24 May 1888

Rail Road Time Cards .A... T- Sc s. if1- On aud after January th, 1887, ttsina lea Ye Great Bend as follows, viz : , eoiwo mast. No. 4, New York express No. 6, Canon Ball . No. 8. Local Vataenger No. 42, way freight No. 44, " " , . 6:08 p. ra. . . . 6.2.1 a. in. ... 5.45 a. in. ..1.57 p. m. ...3.00 p. ui- GOING WEST. No. 3, Loaal Passenger No. 5, Canon Ball No. 7, Colorado Express. No. 41, way freight ..11.03 p. IU . 10. IS P. m . .. :41 a. in . 10.14 a. m GREAT BKNO WAY FHWOUT, Arrlres from east. Departs for east . . 12.15 p. in i .30 p. in LKAVKS. Kxpreaa Freight :50 a. in, 8:15 a. m ARRIVES. Alt train, daily except Sunday 8t Louis Express . Colorado Express 11:55 p m 6:30 a n 8t Louis Express.., Colorado Express All traius daily. 4:40 a m 10:30 p m H. W. Way want. Agent. City OiYlcers: Mayor A J Buckland City Clerk Will E. Stoke. Citv Attorney-D A Bauta City Marshal Jehu W Uawson Street Commissioner J T Airhart COUNCILS! EN. First Ward W O Morrison, W E Harper Second WardOeo. J S...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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