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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 August 1888

m BASTOK COONTT DEHOC1AT.1 W. S. OTOZE, Editor and Proprietor. CHEAT BEND, - KANSAS POOR BLIND NELL. -Only the Tragedy of an Abused Hon. Patiently dragging a heavy load. Urged by curses, kicks and a goad, Zver trying to limp still faster, Comes Bliud Nell with her drunken master. Now the day's work of both is done. Her master's supper is beer and a bun; A blow and a curse he gives her for pay. As he turns her loose upon the highway. Three wicked boys, with sticks and stones, Petwith delight her fleshles bones; Her tail is clipped, and the cruel flies Bite undisturbed at her back and thighs. Var into the night her torments cease : Under moon and stars she at last finds peace; In the grassy lane, she closes her eyes. And sleeps, till with oaths she is told to rise. Poor Nell ! does she dream of the little maid Who once 'gainst her head a soft cheek laid, "While she called her "poor horse," in a voice sojrfnd. And sobbed, when one told her Nell was blind? Perhaps,' O rapture, she sees ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 August 1888

0 THE BURTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY W1L.L, E. STOKE, 3ScLtoi etrxci Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) QREATBEND, : KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year . $1.50 Six months 75 Three months -60 -Al advertisements or communications, to ob tain an iusertion in the Dkmocbat, must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very . latest. Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, jiostoffice. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ' NATIONAL. For President, GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. For Vice-President, ALLAN G. TIIURMAN, Of Ohip. STATE, For Governor. JUDGE JOHN MARTIN, Of bawnee County. For Lieut. Governor,- F. W. FRASIUS, Of Cloud. For Secretary of State, ALLAN. G. TIIURMAN, Of Labette. For Auditor, W. II. WILIIITE, Of Miami.. For Treasurer, W 11. WHITE, Of Morris. For Attorney-General, C. F. DIFFENI3ACIIER, Of Barton. " For Supt. Public Instruction, A. N. COLE, , . Of Phillips. For Associate Judge, JV. II. CAMPBELL, Of Sedgewick. For Cong! ess 7th District, CH...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 August 1888

.9 e X LOCAL NEWS. . Rents in Great Bend have been considerably reduced.. J. W. Smith, of the north side, was in the city Wednesday. The city book store is filled with bargains in 2dfi" schotl books. Geo. Young will keep house in the Mrs. Ford property, on Forest ave. Hon. H. J- Roetzel, of Ellin wood, was in the city Monday on buwness. The advertisments are out for the fall meeting of the American Coursing . Club. J. H. Harper's book store is full of 2ds& school books and supplies of all kinds. Have you noticed Heiko Feld- kamp's new bakery and restaurant sign? Buy school -supplies at Harper's book store; sceond hand books a spe cialty. Old papers for putting under car pets and on pantry shelves, for sale at this office. y. E. Carr is again with us, hav ing sold his interest in the drug busi ness at Liberal. Sir Anton Rosebud is with us again this week-, somewhat waked up and full of vinegar. Miss Lida Norton is again to be seen smiling behind the counters of the New York store...

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 August 1888

POLITICS. IN INDIANA. Vhy Harrison Is Sure to Il'u , Stat? by a Bis Majority. . . All ey.es here are fixed on Indiana. In Ihe estimation of the shrewd politi ians of both parties the Hoosier State Is the pivot on- which the Presidential . contest will -turn. The Democratic managers were . never surer of carry ang the , State than they are to-day They are not at all afraid of Candidate Harrison's personal popularity. They nave met him before on the Indiana battle-field, when his record was short er, 'and consequently less objectionable than now, and whipped him in a fair fight. That was in 1876, when he ran for Governor, and the Republicans had Uliver P. Morton for a leader, a splen did organization . and the Federal Treasury to draw uponJ The - Repub licans nave lost ground since they won their scratch victory by the use of an overwhelmingcorruption fund in 1880, and the Democrats have steadily gained on them. The young voters of the State to-dav are Democrats and tariff reformers. ...

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

A- A LOST AT sea. Over Oho Hundred Persons Tost ZJJ On a Sinking Steamship.' 1 ,: . . New York, Aug.'lT. The steamship Geiser, of the Thingvalla line, which left Kew Xork last Saturday for Stettin, was run into off Cape Rac Tuesday by: the t steamship Thingvalla, of the same line. Her side was stove in and she sank rapidly. . . ..The panic-stricken people were got into boats as rapidly as possibly, the Thing- valla's boats being all used in the work of rescue. The Geiser sank so fast, however, that before the boats returned from the Thingvalla after theirfirst trip, the dis- abled steamer had gone down, leaving scores of people struggling in the water. Many of these were picked up, but when 'the roll was called on board the Thing valla. it was found, that seventy-two pas sengers and thirty -three of the crew of the . .Geiser were missing. ' : . , The Hamburg line steamship "Wieland, which was in the vicinity, came up in imeJ to assist in the work of rescue, and she divided the rescu...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 23 August 1888

. AT&SF On and after Jone 18th, US88, train leare Great Bend as follows, tU : 6, Canon Ball. 6.25 a. m No. 8, Local Passenger 6:45 p. iu. Ko. 8, Canon Ball.... ...... No. 7, Colorado Express. . , 9.50 w. in .10:10 a. ra . A OS W Express. Express..... j ltf:15 a. ni KS. 6:30 p. m. W. TOKKEY, Ageut. . . MO.'P. , AKiyi3 mi. lajvjiw .v JJI t:n . .... l' Ml Colorado Express.... 6:30 a iu . DBPABTS St Loain Express 4:40 a m Colorado, Express 1O.30 p m a All trains daily. . . . E. W. Wat kast, Agnt. POSTOFFICE HOURS. RUKDAY,10:gp .m. to 12:80 p. m. WEEK WAYS, 7 a. id. to 7 p. m. . MONEY ORDER, 8 a. in. to-5 p. m. liEGlSTEtt BUSINESS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m o . . H. P. BAIN, F. l. ATTORNKYS. C. K. WFFEN BATCHER, D. A. BANTA. . DlffEIBUBEB't- BANTA, . . 'Attorneys at Law oAce In Alten-llubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. THEO. C COLE. ELBICK.C. COLE County Attorney. ATTORNEYS AT LAW . Office in Court House. tfS'Counsel in German by Tlieo. Cs Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Attorney Law and Nciary Public. Offic...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 August 1888

H. METOI COtJITT DEmOCBAT. i I VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1888. NUMBER 22. ) "ROSEBUD'S RHYMING. aiU CHINOIS. Me livee Melican, great San Flancisco; Me.Totee llalison, me likee Mbrto; Me makee ruouee, muchee, fastee, Yeej! land of lione, bijjest, beatee. I likee llalison, 'caitse likee me; . I no to' C'leyelan', denpisee me, . Hullah fo' llalliHon! hullah fo Cbinse! Me livee Melica, ine bury Chinee. , Lata, Lice and -License. , . TB WHOOPING CBAJtTa. Quod uiawnlng Charley, 'fine mawning; aw, Er bucU a fine day, ain't often, aw. . Have you heard, my'daar boy, from the eonven- , tion?. , An' di they offer its enough aw protection? "Ion't aw nevah feah, we own the pahty, We'll get there this year;" ain't that nice, Oh, Lawdy! IPs Harrison this. time, dear doy, bless, his soul, ' Pass cigaw-wetts, jUwo for dime) ain't it bo lovely though". Prohibition, Protection, Partyisiu. .LE NEZ ROAL'K. (Hie) I'm for fine ivhltdcy, let's havw lots of (hie) it, Votin' dem'crat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 August 1888

1HE BAfiTOH COOm DEMOCRAT. . ' " . w". E..BTOZE, Sdltor and Proprietor. GREaT BEND. - - - KANSAS 'TllE WORLD . AT LABGE. Summary . of the Daily Jawa .. . 'CONGRESS. Thk Senate was not in sessicn on the 16th. t.. Ia the House Mr. McCreary, of Ken- Xucky, frcfn the Committee on Konjign Affairs, -ate bill p prevent ire -coming of Chinese labor- ers into tner umtea eMrces, un n tmeoamcu repealing the acts ol May 9, 12, and Jul R, J8S4vtae repeal to tatts etTect on'the ratiflcatioa of the pending treaty ' The object of the bill, fce said, was to carry out the provisions of tke treat as toon as t was ratified by both coun tries. A long political debate ensued, pending whiohthe House Q jour ned. Apter disposing of several resolutions ontheiSOth the -Senate further discussed the Fisheries treaty. Senator Morgan continuing his remarks in 'It favor. Senators Hoar 'and Evarts spoke against and Gray in favor. Pond ink Senator Morgan's Tejolnder the Serai be ad journed In ie -House after the int...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 August 1888

IBB BABTDH COOHTY DEMOCRAT. I W. S. STOKE; Editor ana Proprietor. GREAT BEND, '. KANSAS LONG AS THE TIDE SHALL FLOW. Long as the tide shall flow, Upon the barren strand Shall men walk to and fro. And stretch forth eager hand, And murmur names on trembling: lips. And watch and wait for coming ships - Long as the tide shall flow. Long aB the tide 6hall flow, With painful, solemn tread, Dark-shrouded, bowing low. Shall mourners bring their dead, "With chant and prayer and mournful hymn, And hearts shall bleed, and eyes grow dim V. Long as the tide shall flow. Long as the tide shall flow Shall heart to heart be knit; And over scoff and blow Love, strong? pure, infinite. Shall triumph in that mighty faith That falters not at life or death Long as the tide shall flow. Long as the tide shall flow Shall cheeks be wet with tears; The soul be sick with woe. And through the dark, sad years Shall count life's wild throbs one by one. While weary feet move blindly on Long as the tide shall flow. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 August 1888

THF BARTON COMITY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED VtEKKLY . Entered as second cla.is matter at the Great Bend Kan?ns, postqffice. . DEMOCEATIO TICKET. NATIONAL. Kor President, GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. . For Vic President, ALLAN U. TIIUJIMAN, t - Of Ohio. STATE. o . Kor Governor. JUDGE JOHN MARTIN, v.' - Of Shawnee County. For lieu t. Governor, ?yr. frasivs, v Of, Cloud. . JFor Secretary of State, ALLAN. G. TIIUHMAN, , r. Of Labette. 4 Fr Auditor, W. II. WILIIITE, ' Oi Miami. For Treasurer, W. II. WHITE, Of Morris. . Kor Attorney-General, C. P. DIFFEN1TACIIER, Ot Barton. Kor Ntipt. Public Instruction, A. N.COLE, J o ,, Of PhilliiK. Kor Associate Judge, W.H. CAMFUELL, Of Sodgewick. For Ongiens 7th District, CHARLES S. EI3EY, '-' of Sedgwick. Kor state senator 30th District, , FRANK W. ROSS, of Rice. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. Pursuant to action of the democratic central committee of Barton county, at a meeting held in Great Rerd, Au gust 11, 1888, a convention is called to meet at the co...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 August 1888

Hews. Mary had a IIW sbep, She clipjinl, fend gold its wool; She bough her bucks at Allen's, cheap. And happy wmnt U acaurl, . Attend the primaries. The eity scaool pen on the 10th. Qonie out to the convention next week. s .Three room house to rent cheap See Wm. Iveece. s Allen's drug itore for achool supplies of all kinda. Notfca the change in the advertise ment of O. it. & E. R Mose. Albert Adkicaoo, of Garden City, spent Wednesday in Great Bend. Schxmerhora A Harper are now fix ed up in their new quarters on Forest avenue. 0 c Cf. B. Morgan has opened a harness shop in the rotn jut north of Dell & IjfclLjay'g. Elsewhere we publish, by request, the call for the prohibition county convention. Get vqu t Cleveland & Thurman badge or a button. " They cost only 10 to 25 cent. The Sunday School convention was not very well attended this week on account of the rain. Mrs. Hattie Decnian, ?iee.Laver, is visiting this week with Miss Louie Frost, in this city. The best rates that...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 30 August 1888

jA.DOliLAff A DAY.. t Better for the w orltinar-mea that the v be ruling to content themselves to work lor ten cents per Jay ratherlhan incur the risk of be tag thrown out of employment by their mas- , . uu.use 01 ineir cnorts Dy means 01 oriran--:izatloa to secure increase of wages. Benjamin JZarrixon, Iteputlicati Candidate for the Preti- ror the farmer, who toils from the coming of r, morn, . - In the ndld,. at tie plow, 'mid the fast growing unni! ' '- , XTHo sows, mows aad reaps, works through sunshine and rain. ; lilies iiighthe great harvest of rich 'golden grain, """A dollar a day, a dollar a day - for the work of a farmer U pjenty of pay." 4-tr tne men wno nave Duuaea oar great rau- vtux linds. fur ciiu uiKii w 1117 arc uigKiug uwwu m mo dark mitfes, Tor the men who have reared our church spires to the sky. For the men at the cases whose swift fingers fly, . ' t4 A dollar a day, a dollar a day for these bruve, honest workmen is plenty fe. 'of pay. " " Far the men who are fo...

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. — 30 August 1888

SHOOTING AFFEAY. Farmers Have a Falling Out Over a Cattle Trade and Much. . . Shooting Results. The Maxwell Grant Settlers Commence Hostilities Leaseholders and an Ap?nt Driven Off. Opium Smuggler E. E. Gardner Selling the Confiscated Drug Officials Ar rested Tor Crookedness. Fort Worth, Tex., Aug. 23. Sheriff 8h!p reoeived a telegraph message yester day afternoon to go to Arlington, four teen miles east of here, at once and to take deputies, as a serious shooting affray had occurred and more trouble was feared, and he and Deputies James Thorn a son and IVilliam Rea at once left. At ten o'clock last night Ship and Thoniason returned without 'having made any arrests. Ship says the party engaged were Harvey Spear, a wealthy farmer and cattleman, Joe Elliot, also a farmer and cattleman, and Poker Bill Smith. Some three years ago Elliott and Spears made a contract by which Elliott was to take 400 cattle belongihg to Spear in Taylor County and care for them on shares. Eieht months ago Sp...

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. — 30 August 1888

On and after June 19th, 1888, trains leare Great Bend as follows, vis : going KASl. ' N. 6, Canon Ball 6.25 a. ru Ko. 8, Ixcal Passenger 6:45 p. m. GOING WKST. 'No. 5, Canon Ball 9.50 n. m So. 7, Colorado Express 10:10 a. m OK&W I.KAVKS. Express 10:15 a. in. ARBIVKS. Express 6:30 p. m. W. TOKKEY, Ageot. moTp. ARRIVES St Louis Express 11:55 p iu Colorado Express 6:3d a m DKPABTS ' St Louis Express 4:40 a ui Colorado Express 10:30 p in All trains daily. E. TV. Way wast, Agent. POSTOFFICE HOURS. SUNDAY, 10:30 a. m. to 13:30 p. m. WEEK DAYS, 7 a. ni. to 7 p. in. MONEY ORDER, 8 a. in. to 5 p. in. REGISTER BUSINESS, 7 a. iu. to 7 p. m H. i. BAIN, P. M. , ATTORXBYS. C. V. DIFEEKBACIIER, I. A. BANTA. DZFFENB&CHEE & BANTA, Attorneys at Law Office in Allen-Uublard Block rooms 9 and 11. THEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. tt-Counsel In German by The. C. Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Attorney- at Law and Noiary Public, Office o...

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. — 6 September 1888

: ' - t - 1 Ql'Gr 4- VOLUME V. GREAT. BEND, KANSAS, (THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. NUMBER 23. . -( - . - i . . 3 I!: a OLD SOLDIERS, BEAD. Grover Cleveland can look over and sign, one hundred private pension bills and not one republican will say, well done. But just let him veto one for some honorable and justify able reason and then hear the republicans howl. For twenty years after the war closed this same howling republican party was in power at Washington, and these very same persons who are now getting pri vate pensions were all alive why was it, we ask, that the pensions were not given there and then if every one was so just, so deserved and so very impor tant. O, we know, just then the money was all needed to loan out to more deserv ing citizens than a' wounded or sick soldier. i They needed all " the money then to set up rings and monopolies to pay out for electioneering purposes to squan der on river and harbor jobs and to di vide out among bank thieves, official thieves and ...

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. — 6 September 1888

THE BABTdif nnnNTY TiwnnRAT: VT. 2. BTOKE, SOI tor aafl Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the ' Daily News. CONGRESS. The Senate was not in session on the 25th... . In the House Mr. Crisp, of Georgia, -was .elected speaker pro tern, during tbe absence of Speaker Carlisle. The Senate bill -was passed amendatory of the act authorizing the con struction of a bridge across the Mississippi ri er at St. Louis. Some time was consumed 'in talk over the resolution calling for informa tion as to pardons granted Mormons in Utah and the resolution was adopted. Then com menced a struggle to take up the Deficiency bill, but no quorum being present the members indulged in a controversy as to which party was .'responsible, but as the absentees seemed to be abuut equally d vided politically there was no quorum to decide the question. A resolution was parsed revoking all leaves of absence, ex cept for sickness, and the House adjourned. The proceedings of the Senate...

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. — 6 September 1888

OPENING THE CAMPAIGN. Tho First Gun Fired by the Old - Roman at Port Huron, Mich. The Sophistries of Protected HXanufactur era and Their Republican Allies Swept Away Why Laboring Hen Should Be Democrats. The first campaign gun of the Nation, echoing the policies of the tickets from an authoritative source, was sounded at Port Huron, Mich., the other day, by the Demo cratic candidate for the Vice-Presidency, Ex-Senator Allen G. Thurman. ,The "Old Roman" said: - Ladies and gentlemen, will you kindly allow mo to keep my cap on? Cries of Yes, sir." "Certainly." - I am afraid that this cold north wind might do me some liarm if I went bareheaded, and, although 1 am perfectly willing to uncover my head before the people, I don't want to break down at the beginning of the campaign. Cries of "Good," "Good," "Keep it on," and cheers. My friends,. this is the first time in my life that I have had the honor of speaking in your State. I have been in vited again and again, but I have never been a...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 September 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, ISciitor etxici Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postotfice. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year 81.50 Six months .73 Three months . .. .50 AAll advertisement! or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, must be handed In by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. NATIONAL. For President, GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. For Vice-President, ALLAN G. TIIURMAN, Of Ohfo. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS! At Large J. L. Grider, of Sumner; Jhn Sheri dan, of Miami. Firet District B. A. Sevier, of Doniphajn county, Second District C. E. Benton, of Alle n county. Third District E. A. Scammon, of Cherokee county. Fourth DistrictJohn E. Watrous, of Coffee connty. Fifth District W. C. Buchannan, of Ottaway county. Sixth District W. D. Covington, of Phillips county. Seventh District S. F.Milton, of Ford county, STATE, For Go...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 6 September 1888

LOCAL NEWS. You never miss the water till the corn dries up. . Allen's drug store for school supplies 01 an Kinds. Fresh sorghum, 50 cents per gallon ar rAi lyiers. See the new ad. of C. B Morgan, the harnessmaker. Pure unadulterated Strained Honey for sale by Keeney. The Hoisington JEcw says business is dull in that village. .W. D. C. Smith made a trip to Jjenver, Uol., this. week. E. McBride and family . left, for California Monday night." The prohib. convention occurs on the 13th, next Thursday. Visit the college and. encourage both the teachers and pupils. Mr. F. Oyster is" here, dressed in all the various styles Of the" season.. .Mesdanies Geo," Kincaid and. Ada 'Evans took in St. John, '.Wednesday. J. H. Harper says- he has an "im mense, trade since '.the college opened. Itev.. DeLavergne-, from north of Hoisington, was in the city. Tuesday. Much Ado 'About'Nothing Club at the opera house foaturday, feept.? o, 1888. . : . . m Buy school supplies at Harper's book store; sceo'nd...

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

-BOYS. air Bridjet Donohue. 3?owt Patrick, If you'll listen a word Td spake .to you; lit not a yam" I'm spinnln. Pat, but every word is true. -Jmiver saw the like before; it's a bitter pill to chew; Republicans wipe their noses on the old red. ' ' CHORUS. . ' , . Ifow, Patrick Donohue, Til tell yoa what they They wipe their dirty mugs upon, the old red, white and blue. . , Patrick Donohue, it's shamefnL but it's true. The Cool es wipe their noses on the old red, white and bin. When we came to this country they said 'twas freedom's land; : ' ; ' We swore we would be loyal and by her faith ful stand ; No man should dare insult her flag I heard it, so did you ; But now they wipe their noses on the old red, white nd blue. Old Ireland has her shamrock, and her emblem it is green ; An Irishman reveres that flag wherever it is seen; No greater insult, mind ye, Pat, could any . spalpeen do Than wipe his nasty mug upon the old red, white and blue. '" There's Harrison and Morton they like the...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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