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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 28 February 1889

SHE BiSTOH COOBTT DECOCRA?.' X7m 2. 8TOKS, XSditor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND. " - - - KANSAS POMPEV'S WOOING. -m Mass Frank, daz yo remamber, When yo co'ted Miss Pardee, ' - Down belo de ole plantation, Clua beside de big San tee I - ' How we'd steal old massa's bosses In de night, an' ride away," An' I watched and waited fo yo' , Untwli nigh de break ob day t . Massa Frank, Tse got in trouble; Me an Polly's had a fuss, An I thought rd come and see it " ' Yo'd jest write for me a rats Jest explains onto Polly , " . i DatTse feelln wuss'an sin. An I hopes dat she'll forgive me. An will try me onct ag'in. '. , , Say de rosebush am a-climin' . . All aroun my cabin do, An de buds am 'gin to open ; All dere putty leaves onct mo' ; . Bat I takes no satisfaction Now In gaz.n' at de sight. For fair Polly's f aee am hidden Like de stars by clouds at night. Say de mockin bird am singin In de trees above my head, . But I nebber bears dere music, ; Caze my heart am Jest like lead; - An' my eye...

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. — 28 February 1889

OFFICIAL ; CC wHTV; PHFOT, OF DnOTCU CCUTY. THE BARTON COUIITY DEMOCRAT. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. X PXJBLI8HED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, IE cil tor SLXidL Zxprletoxf ' Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. TEEM OF SUBSCRIPTIONCASH. One year 11.5 Six months.... Three months flVAIl ad Yerti sements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, most be banded in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. ST?; .Jl Sli Welcome to the four new states. The star spangled banner, like a Great Bend street car, always has room for more. ' J Good-bye, old Winter. You have behaved very well. Do not spoil your record by fooling around in "the lap of Spring." Vamoose the ranch. The telegraph indicates that the 23rd inst., was the coldest day of the season throughout the east and north. In Great Bend the mercury did not get down, lower than t wo.. v degrees be low zero during that day. Old Granny Hoar, the Massachu setts senator...

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. — 28 February 1889

THE OMITOII COOflH OEKOCllftt. - WILL Ei STOKE, c Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Open Block) - GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL HEWS. Bring your job work to the Demo crat. - 1 . Ladies can find fashion deliniatora at Harper's book store. Frank Schuster is to be found with A. R- Moss now a-davs, Council meeting next Monday night, regular monthly session. Firemen's ball next Monday bight, March 4th f at the opera house. This office turned out 3,000 circu lars for the Central Normal college this week. The grand jury found 23 indict ments, most of them for selling liquor contrary to law. The man whp is courteous' in all business transactions has a great advantage in life. Ed Tyler's prices on groceries will be found in this issue of the Demo crat. Study them. The opinion is now being expressed that salt won't save this city at least not for a few months. After Monday next Grover Cleve land will be the greatest honored pri vate citizen in America. A large number of Hoisington peo ple were i...

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. — 28 February 1889

fjfU RDER. j ; H XThj the Democratic Party is fat M IYIm xfespotislbleKfoqr the Crime. ' The assassinationbf John M. Clay ton, an Arkansas' Republican politi cian, is attributed by Republican news papers as a matter of course to' his political opponents. If a 'Pennaylva-' aiia Dempcratic polilteiawJadbeen, murdered under similar circumstances Republican newspapers would . be juito content to await the develop-' merit of evidence in the oaao before they would r arer admit fthatpoliUcsi liad any thing to do with the matterr To the jaundiced 'eyes of the ltepub--lican journalist the South is a Nazar eth out of which nothing1 but eviFcan possibly come. At the same time it is a fact that more murders are. com mitted in the 'Northern States In pro portion to population than in the South and some of them within the last twelve months were due to politi cal animosities. ' ' About thirty years ago an assas9ina- uuu ux t tuiirauier .quite uimiiar 10 that of Clayton occur redt in the town of J...

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. — 28 February 1889

HOTEL HOBHOE. peCXfUl Calamity m a uaroora Conxu. HoteL f ... . -. , ' (ITJaner Explosion Wreck jtlia Bulldlne; j Tli Bain T Fire ttd Owr Jiorty I Person Prln IneldenU of the Disaster. ), f Warttobd, Conn., : Peb. 19. -The shock of a tremendous explosion awoke the resi dents for blocks around the corner of High and Allyn streets at ' about fire o'clock yesterday morn Ingr. On that corner stood the Park Central Hotel, a five-story brick structure about thirty feet front and 100 feet deep. . . - The first to arrive on the scene found j this building a heap of ruins from wiich issued smoke and steam in - dense clouds, j and tlje spectators were appalled by the shrieks and groans of many human beings who wete imprisoned in the mass of . tim- i ber and masonry, from which flames were j already bursting. .... . " A general alarm summoned the entire fire department and an immense crowd at- tracted by the explosion and fire alarm soon packed the streets. The flames pre vented any attempt at...

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. — 28 February 1889

THE BM1T3J 'COMITY DEUOCML WILL E. STOKE, Editor andPropriotor, , (Office in Opera Block) , GREAT BEND, : KANSAS ATTORNEYS. C. F. 1HFFENBACHEK, D. A.BANTA. DIFFEHB&CHSS.& BAKTA. Offiet in Allen-Hubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. TUEO. C.COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE " County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. Counsel in German by Tbeo. C Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Attorney at Lav and Iota) Public. Office over Moss' Grocery Store, GREAT BEND, - - KAS. J. H. JEKKISON,. Quick Farm IiOans at Low Rates Missouri lands to Exchange for Kansas lands. ROOM 3, MOSES BROS. BLOCK. D. J. NEWTON, ATTORNEY AT JLikW. NOTARY PUBLIC. Riom 4 Moses Brcs. Block. PHYSICIANS. . Y. McCormick, M. D. V. L, Chester, M. D. McCORMICK & CHESTER. Physicians and ' Ourgoono. Office over Dodge's Hardware store, northwest cor. La Fayette Park.. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. SHAW & XJQTTFOOq?,; FB7SICIAKS AND SUfiH OFFICE, ROOHS 2 AttD 3, Hoses Bros. Block HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. JOSEPH TROILLET, PRO...

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. — 7 March 1889

VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1889. NUMBER 49. THE SALT OF THE EABTH. Pacts About Kansas' Bait Beds. An In dustry Bound to Hake the State -a World-Wide Beputation. The following article from the Ster ling Bulletin will be good reading matter to those anxious for a development of the salt industry. of Barton county: Among the interesting chapters in the biennial report of the State "Board of Agriculture, is one on salt "its dis covery and manufacture in Kansas, with suggestions for its use in agricul ture," by Prof. Robert Hay. Accord ing to Prof. Hay, THK SALT OF KANSAS belongs to various geological periods, and is found under a great part of the surface of the state. Many deep wells east of the sixth principal meridian have -their waters strongly saline from the deposits of the carboniferous per iod. In northern middle Kansas there are extensive marshes that yield the saline inflorescence in large quautity, and springs that yield strong brine. On the Indian borde...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 March 1889

TAJKIFF CONVENTION. Proceedings of the ; Reform Con ference in Chicago. : TXSarfir Reformers Meet "to Ditcms tho" Re duction of Taxation Speeches Toy Men Prominently Identified with the MovementResolutions Adopted ' The recent conference of the' American Tariff Reform League! at Chicago was well attended. J, Sterlings Morton ex-Governor of Nebraska, was elected; permanent chair- Taan. Mr. Morton, in taking the chair, spoke of the honor of presiding over ,a meeting cauiea, not u name a man ior an omce, out "to proclaim "a. true' principle ' of, , human government, the essence of liberty Jtself They were there as abolitionists to make commerce as free 'as ' America had ' made xoougnc, speecn ana we tree press: , ; J Among the letters of encouragement was an autograph letter from President Cleve land, which was read and received with urea enthusiasm After indorsing the pur pose of the league as set forth in its circular; jhesays: .'.,. - .. : The danger which we haine to guard against ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 March 1889

Q LADSTON E AND PAR NELL. Speeches In the British Parliament on prlsn . . v... ... . - . Affair. . .. ' ', .1." ' LoicDOir, March A la the House of Commons last, night Mr. Gladstone re sumed debate on the address in reply to theQneen's speech. He held that there were three main issues raised in the amendment under discussion. The House was called upon entirely to disclaim the present administration of the ..Govern ment; it was asserted that to this system was due the aversion of the people to Great Britain; .and finally, the of correction. They owed . an apology to the people of Ireland for allowing the great question of the domestic govern- . xnent of their country to remain unintro duced in the present Parliament. Still the Liberals were tolerably well satisfied with the progress of the question in the favor of the country. Cheers. Mr. Chamber lain told them that the measure of local government for Ireland mut not ba in definitely postponed. That meant that in some future Parliame...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 March 1889

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER, OF DARTOH COUNTY. THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. (Office in Opera Block) GKEAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL, E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, ' Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postofiice. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASII. One year Six months Three month's... .SI .5 .73 50 3-All advertisements or communications, to 6b a. i . : k Ticunm it mn!t he lianded tKlU it 11 IUKIUUU IXM. me A- ir..x T - i n by Wednesday noon of each wftk, at the very latest. THE CABINET. Washington, March, 5. President Harrison today sent to the senate the following nominations: Secretary of State James G. Blaine,' of Maine. Secretary of Treasury William Win dom, of Minnesota. Secretary of War Iiedfield Proctor, of Vermont. Secretary of Navy lien jaman F. Tracy of New York. Secretary of Interior John W. Xoble, of Missouri. Postmaster General John Wanna maker, of Pensylvania. Attorney General W. II. II. Miller, of Indiana. Secretary of Agriculture Jeremiah Husk, o...

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. — 7 March 1889

THE BARTON COUHTY DEMOCRAT WILL E. STOKE, lEclitox a.nci Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) - ' GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NEWS. Don't fail to register. Lent commenced Wednesday. New pupib almost daily at the college. District court opens at St. John this week. March came in like a lamb, how will she go out? Extra copies of the Democrat are aiways on band at tnis omce. Born To Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, of Great Bend, a son. The board of directors' of the gas 11 i 11 .? -r j wen neia a meeting xuonaay evening. A Congregational social was held at the home of E. R. Moses, Wednesday evening. ' If solitude produces insanity, may the Lord help the men who do not advertise. H. A. Bishop & Co. are making a reduction on potatoes. See their advertisment on this page. Next Monday evening, the 11th, the "Deestrict Skewr entertainment will be repeated at the opera house. Mr. Rosen feld has had handsome new signes painted on his windows. It is now the "Star clthing house." All the people wi...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 7 March 1889

SHE BARTOH CODHTY DEIIOCBAt T7.S. 8T0SS. Sditor and Proprietor. OEEATBEND. - e V H ANSAP THE WOKLD AT LABGE. Summary of the Daily' News. CONGRESSIONAL; ' , A pstttiov was presented in the Senate a the 23d from the Texas O. A. assembled at Forth Worth, asking that at least one-half of Oklahoma be reserved for entry and settlement "by the Union veterans without their being sub ject to present homestead laws. Senator Hoar's .Election Outrage resolution was then debated until adjournment..... The House passed the Senate bill to ratify and confirm the agreement -with the Creek Nation of Indians for the pur pose of opening to settlement unassigned lands in the Indian Territory. The Senate amend ments to the bill for taking the eleventh, census were concurred in, and the Deficiency bill was -further considered. At the afternoon session resolutions upon the death of the late Repre sentative Barnes were adopted, eulogies deliv ered an i the House adjourntd. , The Senate on the 25th passed a ...

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. — 7 March 1889

SHE BABTGN COUKTY DEM-2CRAT. T7.23. B70SX Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND. . - - - KANSAS ONWARD UPWARD.; Put cat to sea! Stand not tamely on the shore. Trembling at the breakers roar; Side oat beyond the bar. And let the cordage strain ' To winds upon the ope a main; put cut to sea! Bide oat beyond the bar I Never did ship drift aimlessly Held steady to the star. Make yonder height 1 . Stopping not for cliff or crag. Upward ! Let the coward lag, Take yon bis scath and scar; Win yonder summit bare, . And plant your single standard there 1 Climb toward the light, Eigher than eagles are ! Bat molehill Is the dizziest height To eye that's on a star. Climb, hero sail I Put your manhood to its best. ; Sail and climb, with mists abreast; Some day you'll gain the haven. Some day the sunlit peak sublime I The victory's yours in God's good time. -Climb, hero sail I Seven times, and yet times sevenl Mountains and seas shill naught avail To eye that's fixed on Heaven. John V. Cheney, In Chri...

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. — 7 March 1889

THE -BAHT01I COMITY DEf.lOCRAT. WILL STOKE, SSciitoz eua.cl Proprlotor, (Office in Open Block) - GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NEWS. Court adjourned last Thursday UOOO. Ilreechea of bought on tick. trust pantaloons The Clair Patee company U filling an engagement at Salioa this week. The Labor News, a nnion Jahor organ at Lamed, has suspended pub lication. '; - If you have not paid your personal property tax the sheriff will be alter you in hot haste. In the district court, Wednesday of last week. Joseph Tatman was grant ed a divorce from his wife, Rebecca Tatman. Andv Gilbraith tells us there is a larger averaee of wheat sown in the vicinity of Pawnee Rock than ever before, and it all is in good shape. Kansas men are never at d. loss for expedients. An exchange tells of a Burlingame man who put a piece of horseradish in bis handicerchiei ana attended the funeral of his mother-in- law. Mr. Winterburg showed us a couple of land warrants issued to Kobert Dugan of this county on Aug 1st, 1...

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. — 14 March 1889

VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH" 14, 1889. NUMBER 50. UOTHUXQ TO BBAG OF. TheBegister has been full of person- clipped by the person who ' owns t.h . Register, . from republican exchanges. givinflfthe state senator for this dis- trict a -wonderful lot of taffy and great- ly exaggerating the good done by the i ace legis lature. , As our readers have never had much hopes that the senator would do very much for his constituents they are not greatly disappointed; and it is not worth while to enter into a : detail of the side he took on matters of import ance to the farmers of Kansas. Suffice to say he tried to be on the win ning side so as to make out that he had done something. He promised the vvucio w nuiik. iui wauy iieeaea jaws, imong them the interest law. The following from the Kasas Farmer will show the good (?) of the law our state senator belpe'd to pass. The Farmer is a farmers' paper, and has the interests of farmers at stake as only by advanc ing those interest...

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. — 14 March 1889

rTHB MB7GS COORTT DESSCRAT. VjJXBTCS, tMitorid rroprloto. GREAT BEND. .' ' . . ' KANSAS THE OBLD AT LABGE. -V-- --Al - Summary ,of ; the . Daily - News.' J GONGBKSSZONAI. Thx Senate on the 2d concurred in the Bouse amendment to the bill for the sale of r part of the Tort Leavenworth reservation. Many conference reports , were agreed to. . The Indian Appropriation, hill was taken up. ; The ' , item making: an appropriation to pay for lands ceded in the Indian Territory to the United auvjCKIi VI W IUIUMCU U6UMC a the Oklahoma question, and the paragraph Inserted by Use House providing for negotia tions wjm ine t neroitees lor the cession of the Cherokee Outlet was' amended by substituting a paragraph requir njr the negotiations to be reported to Congress for its ratification, and as amended the bill passed. The Sena e passed tne Direct Tax bill over the -President's veto. amendment to the National Constitution was defeated; by a vote of 18 yeas to 83 nays! At one o clock a. m. the con...

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. — 14 March 1889

G r A- S3E BABI03 CODliTI DOCBi2 XT, S, EZQXZ, Eiit Mid irropxtetOK BEAT BEND.' $Atiaj& t.THROUGH , A GLASS DARKLY. ; - There's many a nobleman dwells in a cot, . . The palaoe holds many a clown; . ," land the princes bare beds of the tamarind ' I bark. - "- " " ' ' '. ' ' "While bejtgrars hare couches of down. Brave kings are In cotton, serfs' glory la silk, -' While slaves like an emperor show; 2tr the worth of a title4 la stamped on the heart - Bat tte world doesn't look at it so. Sen misers are prodigally flinginc; their cold ' To spendthrifts who hoard in their wake; There mumbles a rake in the gown of a priesi To a prieat la the garb of a rake. . ' S eet saints there are living in horel of sla And s'nners in Sanctified Bow; . The heart in the breast Is the only true test Bat the world doesa' t look at it so. There are Generals lying in graves "unmarked ' And privates with monuments grand: The Ignorant stalk in the. chambers of State, Bat the quiet mind ruleth the land. A s...

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. — 14 March 1889

official ccurrsrv pcsn, Q DnOTCrj COUNTY. ' THE BARTOU COUNTY DEMDCflAT. (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, SidltOZ ELZXCl 2XOX3XiOtOX, Entered u second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoffice. TEEM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year ''. $1.5 Six months...... 75 Three months 50 4VA11 adTertlsements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Dkmochat, most be banded in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the xery latest. One page of the Democbat is this week given to the new administration. Gakflexd county pays ' bounty of $1.00 per acre for all' prairie land broken. The scarlet fever has broken out at Hutchinson, and there are fears that it will spread. "King Jim" now rules the roost Before long his old enemies will begin to feel his spurs. If a man slanders you, take care to live that his slander will be given the lie; if he cheats you, quit dealing with him; if he insults you, keep out of his company. Kingman people are puttin...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 March 1889

' T. Notice 13 hereby circa that tho rtj fcirsticn becis of ths city4 of Grcst Bsnd will bs closed on Friday, l&rch 22d, at 10 o'clock p. ra., in; accord ance with tbe provisions of Uw. Will E. Stkoe, Clerk. Have you worked your road tax? New Chinaman in town a washes man. ' Railroad travel U beginning to ' 'pick up" a little. - - District court is being held in St. John this week; Geo. Ashton, of Ellinwood. is again reported very ill. 'Quite a number of children m the city have the measles. We have for sale at this office stock liens, for service of stallions. Hunters are now getting ready to receive the migratory wild goose. Jacob 6to8kopf was down from the north part of the county, Tuesday. Will Osmond has commenced the buildingof an addition to his residence. Tell your friends that there is now but a short time in which to register. C. B. Morgan has had a handsome sign painted on his harness shop win dows. - . . The J. V. BrinkmaH &Co's., bank is having an awning put up ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 14 March 1889

THE NEW PRESIDENT. Inanffuration of Benjamin Harri son aa President: ' tlr. Morton Sworn in as Vtee-President Dignitaries and Dtetingolshed Citbteau Present The Inaugural Ad- ' dress The Paradev f - """r "Washington, March & In the presence an or tbe wisdom and authority em bodied in the co-ordinare branches of the Government and surrounded by the rep resentatives of all the great Nation on the face of the globe, Benjamin Harrison was yesterday inducted into the highest The President. office within the gift of the American peo Jle. , t The exercises preceding the inaugural -address and the inauguration of Mr. Mor ton as Vice-President took place in- the .Senate chamber. In front of the clerk's desk stood three large leather covered chairs for President Cleveland, the President and Vice-Pre si dent elect. In the semi-circle in front of tbe Presiding Officer's desk were arm chairs and lounges for heads of the depart- ments, commanding officers of the army and navy and tliose who h...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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