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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 20 December 1888

THE BAST05 CODHTI DMA?. XT. IS. 8TOZZ, editor and ProprWios. GREAT BEND KANSAS DEATH AND THE GRAYBEARD. A grayheard with his latest breath. For one year more was heard to pray; -Be merciful 1" he cried, 0, Death I A little longer let me stay I , 'Tl8 cruel very, 'tis most unfair To bid me go without a word Of premonition to prepare No friendly warning have I heard. No warning I" said the Spectre none? Pray, tell me, now, how this appears? No warning? Nay was. there not one la each of all thy hundred years? . No warning! answer me, I pray ; Where is the partner of thy youth? Thy darling wife?' Gone ! gone !' you say and left no hint of death, forsooth? -'No warning! prithee? where are they. Thy young companions? 'Dead all dead!' Bow came it that they passed away, And yet no word of warning said?" A little louder, if you please," The graybeard said 'To deaf and blind!' Says Death: "In losses such as these No admonition couldst thou find?" The old man shook his pal3ied head; "I know 't...

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. — 20 December 1888

THE BMITOD: GOUHTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY 1 WILLE.8TOKE, iIVflltox ctncj Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GH&AT BEND, : KANSAS. Catered aseeond class matter at the Great Bend Xanwa&ostofiee. TERM OF ST7BSCRIPTION CASH. Oaeyear....." . ....... $1.50 fita tMBtha .75 Three months .50 laVAll advertisements or commvoicatioo, to ob tain an insertion 1b tb Democrat, must be handed la vy Wednesday noon of each wek, at the very latuni. Bush county's new court house, La Crosse, nearing completion. at Kingman papers are full of salt items. The business seems to be prov ing exceedingly satisfactory in that city. . A oab well, recently discovered, has been named Ben Harrison. Blaine, or lngalls would have been more appro priate. " "Whistling Lige " Harrison's private secretary, is a full-blooded Englishman. Is'nt that just perfactly awful? To gain the president by the elec toral vote but loose him by the popular vote, is auite a victory as spoils, but not as to principle. St. John...

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. — 20 December 1888

JJjJ l 4 : V THE BRRTOB COUHPf DEMOCRAT, WILL E. STQKE, B2di"tor etxxcA 3Pr6:prit.oi', : (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, ' : : KANSAS AMUSEMENTS. AT OPERA HOUSE, CHRISTMAS :-: NIGHT. The best of music. A cordial invita tion is extended to everybody. LOCAL NEWS. "No more the sun our faces fries. m No more we mop tbe brow; - And best of all there are no flies On any of n now." Regular, every day winter weather. The "Kermiss" was a financial success. See Allen's Christmas . goods, and be happy. . J. D. Welch ran up from Wichita last Saturday. Do not neglect to call on Allen for bali day goods. Last Friday was one of the dustiest day 8 of thi year. Now rustle up your taffypullin's and your spellin' bees. "Lost in the outskirts A woman, when she can't find her pocket. Keep in mind the dance ou Christ mas night. Everybody invited. The plate glass front is going into the new opera.hoase block this week. Sheriff Wilson took in Wichita the irindy wonder, Monday of this week. The mince-pi...

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. — 20 December 1888

OLD DYRNAM. . HE BYRNAM fields lay ' broad and white Beneath the Christ mas stars; The old stone mansion . on the hill Above the town stcod dark and still. ' Bare bat one single light. That through the grated window gleamed, Where, all alone. Old Byrnam dreamed Behind his bolts and bars. , The carol-singers going by - a2jT"' ' Hushed all their noisy glee V ' TQ1 weH beyond the Bjraam farm . Half fearful of some hateful charm X Within the evil eye ' W Of this old man, who lonely sate, - 'Z Ho guest, no friend within his gate, . ' The Christmas-tide to see; These careless singers could not know The thoughts that filled the brain Of Byrnam. As the firelight falls -9 In fitful flashes on the walls, . - What fancies come and go, Of mother, borne end boyhood days. When love was law, and life was praise, And memory was not pain. Again he hears the chiming bells, As in the long ago ; ; tie hears the sweet old story read Of Christ-child, in His manger bed; A joyous singer tells Of wonders in...

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. — 20 December 1888

BUSINESS BBIGrHT. The Supply of Money 13 Largo, . Beady for the Heavy Dis- Dursemenxs. The Bank Clearings Indicate a Biff v Volume of Business, Both Fast , and Present Tft Bears Were in Fnll Control of the Chicajra Markets and Oaraala War Lowered Sharply. ' Kjw York, Dec 15. R. G. Dan & Co.' weekly review of trade states: The supply of money in all parts of the country is so large and the disbursements of Janu ary so near, at hand, that there is an un usual feeling of confidence. Business con- a.s a. - t i i -11 Aiuues IU luipruvv ui ucai ijr o.ii boviiuuii and though it does not meet the expecta tions of the most sanguine, there is every indication that it is greater in volume than that of a year ago. The bank clear ings for the first week in December, though they reflect to a noteworthy ex:ent trans actions of a month ago, on which pay ments are now maturing, exceed those of last year by 18 per cent., which implies a large volume of present as well as of past business. The gai...

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. — 20 December 1888

o IJE JM . CODim OEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, 2Dclltor elxicI Proprlotor, . (Office in Opera Bock) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS ATTORNEY B. C. F. DIFFENBACHERv P. A. BANTA. OOe in AIlro-Habbard Block rooms 9 and 11. TI1EO. C. COLH. ELIUCK.C. COLE County Attorney. OOIjE brothers, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. VCouosel In German by Theo. C Cole. J. mCHCREEK, Attaroeyat Law and Notary Public. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, . GREAT BEND, - - KAS. J. H. "JENNISON, Quick Farm Loans at Low Rates Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. OFFICE IN OPERA BLOCK, ihyficiaxs. A. V. McCormick. M. D. V. L. Chester. M. D. McCORMICK & CHESTER, Physicians and Curgoonc. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. La Fayette Park. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. SHAW & njaTTFooor, PH7SICIAKS AND SUE5E0SS, ' HEADQUAKTERfl AT Wilson & Shaw's Drug .Store HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. JOSEPH TROILLET, PROPRIETOR French - Rrestaurant, Dealer in Confectionery, Tobacio, Cigars ' and Smoker's Article....

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. — 27 December 1888

VOLUME V. GOOD BYEi OLD 1888. . Just five more days you have to w8, nnrl thm old fiti.nftfcv8- VOUf dav 13 done; the band of IS decrees that you, like an unwelcome reprob8, must take your leave perambuis, and do not hesit8. You ne'er will have a duplic8. : To some your mercies have been gr8; while others sadly estimS that through your twelve months did perl8 most ad verse winds to desol8 the pleasant'patbs of man's est8. .. We pause, we calmly cogitS. To us the year of Sty 8 has been kind and con- who gathers all in soon or 18, who comes unbidden through the g8 of rich and poor alike has shown no sign to indic8 that f8 was yet inclined to sep ar8 the loved ones 'round our bumble rrt-R TrtAtMatl tho w1lfrvr :i nrl him mR have causes to congratu!8 themselves upon trie blessings grs tnat, tnrougn the year of '88, have come, and still do circulS about our home, and scintillS like stars of promise, fair to contempl8. Good bye, old 18881 In politics you have been 'gr8." We here would fain...

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. — 27 December 1888

SHE BABTGH CODHTY DEDOCEAT. TT. 2L CTOS2. S&ltor and Proprietor; ' GREAT BEND. - - - KANSAS THE WOULD AT LAEGJE. flnmmiuy of tho Daily XTeira. I t COXGIIESSIOXAX. After the introduction of several bills the Senate on the 17th the resolution of Senator Riddleberger for the reorganization of the Senate on Janu-ry 1 was laid before the body and Mr. Riddleberger in a brief speech severely criticised President Pro-tern. Ingalls. 2aTe was finally granted Mr. Riddleberger to withdraw his resolution. The Tariff bill was discussed at some length and two conference reports agreed to. Adjourned. ... In the H use a bill was passed incorporat ing the American Historical Association. The Holiday Recess resolution was presented and agreed to. Under the call of States a number of bills were introduced. Mr. 8pringer offered a resolution making the Senate bill for the ad mission of Dakota a continuous special order, "which was adopted and the House adjourned. Whjeiv the Senate met on the 18th the...

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. — 27 December 1888

fBE BAHTOll CODlIxT DEfiOCBAl n T7.2. C7022. editor Md Proprlets. OREAT BEND. - - - KANSAS '-'A KISS NOW AND THEN. Ton may brinjr me the choicest of fruits and oX flower, . . . The daintiest morsels that money can buy, "To cheer me and comfort me in the dark boars,' When under the' shadows of sickness I lie; Tae couch may be soft, and the noises around me Subdue J. so I hear not a single footfall, And though grateful for this, yet I can not help 'hiateiajs,; . , ( That a kiss now and then would be better f . tha- all. A kiss now and then ! now it lightens our labors I It brightens our homes, and it sweetens the crush; And when from the lips of a loved one 'tis i given. It adds to our joy, and increases our trust. The children demand it with mnocevt coaxings. And who will deny that our great bearded men i men .Are better prepared for the conflicts they're waging; J If somebody ffives them a kiss now and then. It softens the heart of the veriest miser: i Tis ample reward for much trou...

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. — 27 December 1888

Tilt DARTQtl CQDHTY DEr.lOCRAT. TT PUBLISHED WEEKLY , WIILE,8TOKE, TRcii'tOi and Pzoxrlotoz"f - (Office in Opera Block) . GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. ' Entered aa second class matter at the Great Bend Tinssii,joatoface. ' TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. 0M ymr. ':. .T tUSQ Six months TO Three months ...... M CTAU tu rertisements or eommi uicatioos,too ialD an Insertion in the Democrat must be handed in by Wednesday noon of eaeh wek, at tne very latest. Abb the farmers, or the business men, doing anything towards the build ing of a creamery here? If not, wby not? - . .' yhe mysterious mutilated man at Kansas City is a ''formerly from Kan sas" fellow, lie bad just as wen siay in Kansas City now, Kansas has no further use for him. Neosho Journal. Of course; he's as good as the average mossback. wtth all bis mutilation. Evening News. Our neighbor on Bloody Alely either cracks himself up" to bo better than "the average Mossbaek," or else we drop the curtain. Next week Messrs. Ira D. Brougher, C. C....

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. — 27 December 1888

THE BKRT1 COUIITY OELlQCnikTi WILL. E. STOKE, Sdltox txxxdL Proprlotor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NEWS, Th citr sehools are closed for a two weeks' vacation. We did not get the heft of the bliz zard, only the outer edge. G. W. Thatcher was "nulled" last week for violating the hack and omni bus ordinance. Sunlight is now beginning to the bulge on lamplight. The Are growing longer. days Sheriff Wilson sajs he does not care ta make many such trips as the one to Pennsylvinia last week. What do, you think of the O. O. band? They have done well for tha time they hare been in practice. Where there was water there is ice, and where there is ice there is where can be found a host of happy kids. Thomas Deign tun will read the Democrat during 1889 as a Christ- maa nrnttn f fnim Kiia ro nrrri Bina. The derrick is now up and all ready for commencing to bore for salt, and we hope to see the work now pushed rapidly ou. The lady, Mrs. Baker, who was hurt by being thrown fro...

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. — 27 December 1888

Duty t Before the Dcatcntlo -arty or the Country. ,- . The political canvass of 1688 is end- d with the election, and the canvass oi 1890 and of 1892 is begun and! wUl fce prosecuted by "the Democracy with vigor from the past election until the nest in 1SD0, and the next thereafter in 1892. It will be ah educational can vass. -. j.o, educate the voters of the wwivijr buuuiu uc iuo mis9iou oi tne party unremittingly from this timefor- candidates in the field.1; party political sirue and asperities cooled off, voters will dispassionately read and think. Thflv will Vw rfaA XT tit float hoi aAn An1 facts, and give them fair consideration." There is no high pressure, which, not unlike a coat of. mall, 6huts out delib erate thought. Let the discusssion of tariff reform, therefore, proceed, and their reputable, logic of facts and fig ures be presented to the voters con tinually, as they are developed in ac tual transactions. It is not extrava jjaHtrto"say that" many thousands of voters lab...

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. — 27 December 1888

INDIAN TERRITORY. . ; A RpreoitatlTe Contention Held at Uf fcr Spring, Kan. Kesolutione Advocat ing the Opening of the Territory. Baxter Spkikos, Kan., Dec. 19. Tbe Indian Terri.orial convention met in the city hall yesterday and passed a set of strong reso utions favoring tbe immediate open ng o the eutire Indian Territory to white he tie s, a d the allotment of land in severalty to Indians. Good delegations were present f om many of the principal cities of Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas, an 1 a liberal representation from many of tbe Indian tribes. Governor T. T. Critten den, of, Missouri, was elect-d permanent chairman, and C. TV. Daniels, of Baxter Springs, seen tary. It was generally con ceded thitthi convention brought out m re of the influential men of the country and more brains than any meeting that has bee i held on this subject. An interesting and important feature of the convention and one thnt must have weight with the country at large, was the attendance and outspoken s...

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. — 27 December 1888

dwbeiiiit; WlOiiKi. STOKE. T y (Office b bperaRaclT) "- '- : . -'i'-l Vv - - ATTORNEY 8,. C; r. X) tVPENBACHER, D. A.BAKTA. Office In AUen-Hullard Block rooma 9 and it. TKBo.cooLE. :;,:: -i eikxccole --. k" -' . . County Attorney. : ATTORN :&AT -IW, Office in Court House. ' fc9"QMinael lo German fey Theo. C Col. , k Att orbsj at Lim 1? a rtd i H oi a ry f Pub! i c 10 - Office oyer Moss Grocery Store; ; ; GREAT BEND, . v KA8. V j; H. JENNISONi ; Quick Farm . Ioana at Low Bates -Missouri lands to Exchange for! ; ' Kansas lands. : ROOM 3, MOSES BROS. BLOCK. . PHYSICIANS. Ay. McCormick. M. D. ;- ,V. L. Chester, M. J. '' . ; . McCOKMICK & CHESTER. . ' Physicians and Surgeons. Office over Dodge Hardware store, northwest cor. La Fayette Park. - ; GREAT BEND. - -; KANSAS, j AW . XiaTTFOO-X. ;:' : PST5ICIABS MB 55R5E0H5. -v. ' OFF I CE, nOO3Q 2 AfJO 3; " . Moss's 3res. '3l5ili: ' ' ; ' HOTEX8 AJTD KKSTAU lilVNTS. i JOSEPH TROILLET , r - - PROPRIETOR J t - Dealer in ' Confectionary, ....

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. — 3 January 1889

1 i VOLUME V. ; JAIIXJARY 3, 1889. v z i- EDITOBIAL COUUEHT. Talk about Kansas not being all right! There are only 870 publ ications of all kinds in' the state. The Kingman county jail contains thirteen prisoners, being fuller than the joint patrons usually got before the jointists went to jaiL Kingman Demo crat. Autumn is scone and winter is here. It autum make a man go winter the house and shiver around the fire, but instead the weather is balmy and taring like. One by one the little, jim-crow papers retire into "inocuous disuetude" and the best papers keep on doing good and 'drumming up delinquents. An other example of "the survival of the fittest." Seventeen thousand ladies voted at the recent municipal election in Boston. The issue was , one of what Ochool books should be used in the public schools. The ladies as usual were upon the right side of tho ques tion. He was a wise man who said: "God keep me from all manner of assumption of superiority." But some people seem to have b...

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. — 3 January 1889

SFi BLuIuli Xj ra" DEII-OCBAi T7 S. C-0233, wlltor and Proprietor. . cbhixbend:;t il- JKANSA& THE WOULD AT LAEGE. Summary of' the . Daily NeW". TFASmKGTON NOTES. Thx bill to incorporate "The Military Order of America,1' introduced in the . Iloase by General Joseph Wheeler, names forty-three corporators.. The order, it is aaid, will consist first, of the men -who "were regularly enlisted or mustered in either of the contending armies daring the war; second, of their sons who hare reached a required age ; third, of such pa triotic citizens as desire to contribute to its success. . Thk collections of internal revenue dur ing the first five months of the fiscal year, ending June 30, 1889, amount to $53,091,736, being an increase of $1,231,186 over the "Collections during the corresponding period of last year. ' ' -- Corir? De Forest a, a secretary of the Italian Legation at Washington, has been appointed to the Legation at Brussels. He will be succeeded at Washington by Signor Denit...

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. — 3 January 1889

-fii2 BARIOIl "COUE!T- BEUOim CT. a. CTOSS. Sdltor and Proprletex. REAT BEND; - -KANSAS A LOAD OF CLOVER. A load of clover In tho early dawn (Right in the center of tbe town) I spied. And straight I saw a sweeping breadth of lawn. With fields oil either side Great clover fields, shorn of their fleeces bright, With misty bits of spider-web, dew-gemmed, flung here, and there and daises, poising light, . Snow-frilled and supple-stemmed, , The sun had cleft in two the foggy lake Of gathered vapors, hurling them apart, JUxd wild-star roses twinkled, half awake. Pink as a sea-shell's heart. And dappled cows, with peaceful, placid eyes. Stood waiting, while the maid came tripping down, Bright-eyed and rosy, holding; tunic-wise, -Het checkered gingham gown. A slender footpath lost its way among A weedy labyrinth of restful tint Of plantain,' cbickweed, fennel, adder s-tongue. And moneywort and mint. Ahome-lika garden stretched its crisp, green 4 lines. All drenched and dripping with the dew...

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. — 3 January 1889

1 I THE t COMITY DEMOCRAT, 5- - PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, t , "Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Entered 89 second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffiee. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One roar.. .v.. ... fl.50 Six months.... Three months . .73 50 fiAll advertisements or comu '.iicationstoob-1 - jr. 1 1. nvunrmi mmtl handed , In by Wednesday noon of each w-ek, at the very latest. - WELCOME THE GLAD NEW YEAR. It cbmes.witli promise ami with hope. The mind of man goes' swiftly back . over the months that are past; and although it recalls the beginning of other New Years with all their hopes and fears; although it traces disappoint ments and failures innumerable, it comes gladly back to the present time and the heart is warmed with anticipa tion of what the year of 1889 may bring; and we peer eagerly into the future and think we see better things, greater blessings, and more of the milk of human kindness poured out to those who earnestly...

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. — 3 January 1889

THE I OU ; COJI!iT TUpOCMj ' . '" .WILL'E. STOKE, , : xaditor axxciXropxlC3t.ox,f " J (Office in OperaBlock) ' :. GREAT? BEND, : : KANSAS ' LOCAL NEWS. ' The naked hills lie w&nton to thejbreww, -The fields are node, the gi ore nnfroefeed. Bare are the limt of phi Yering trees, What wonder i it that the com Is shocked?" The snow, the beau- How do you' like the new head to our paper? Tf wo u a m1 iswv TT-o - fc ..wo i tsjvt uuc UUIIiC ilviu uuiir ington, wasn't it? i The snow was worth thousands of dollars to Barton county. Hoisington people know how to ake a dance a blooming success. The cold snap brought out the ljrepreSSlOIP aciiuui nun euaira. Sterling papery are -talking about the organizing of two more salt com panies. The old year is out and the new year is in. Swear off now from your worst siu. A. H. Miller ha his tailoring es tablishment over Hacker Bros, dry goods store. Heiko Feldkamp flung care to the dogs on the-2nd inst. and celebrated his 30th birthday. Taking stoc...

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 January 1889

NTHE SULTAN'S- FAVORITE. .Harper Catches a OUaipM of the Harem's PretUeet DwUbc. Through the kindness of the wife of the court physician of Sultan (Abdul Axiz, I had a short audience with sev- - era! of the. ladies of the royal harem, , and in particular with the then reign ng favorite. Her name was really : Nazip Hanum. but being: one of the seven week ladies,' as they are called. she was . known as Pazar Gunuh Ha- num, or. Lady Monday. The seven prime ' favorites out of all the women are called Lady Monday, Lady Tues day, etc, and Monday, is tne first. Their Monday is our Saturday. This Sultana was about sixteen years old and had been his wife about two years and was still the "has cadine Hanum, or first lady and favorite. She was about five feet, six inches in height. ; and had dark " bronze-colored hair. . rather long , features and high fore- liead, and most beautiful large eyes of . clear greenish gray, with thick, long. curling lashes. She was not stout nor slender, and had r...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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