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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 8 November 1895

rnnnnnimr Si i? firi 11 ULLUUL llliiL !i inrnn III limn. The Seputlicaas Eave Iresusiatly Elected Four of Taeir Candidates. The Official Returns T .111 Be Xeeessary to Decitle the ContSs oo Treasurer, and Surveyor Erratic Voting th Feature of the Election. 4 Tuesday's electioa was a surprise to all political prognostigators, and the cutting and slashing was without precedent. The Populist' candidates for county clerk and sheriff were elected by ab normal pluralities, while the vote on treasurer, unofficial returns, gives the Republican candidate a plurality of three. Donly, Republican candidate for register of deeds, is elected by a Great Northern Eaglneer and Conductors Tract to Slick and Work. In the great strike of the A. XL U on the Great Northern road, 13 months ago, the start was almost exactly simi lar to what is claimed to be a new strike at this time. Then, as new, the officials of the road united up to the time when the road was finally tied up, in asserting that thera was...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 8 November 1895

i It ill ELECTIOHS. Their Impcrtanc3 as Bearing Upon the Great Snuggle of 1S0G. The Outcome Means Either a Cnatiemnji tioa or Indorsement of tho Proposed -Future Policy of the Several Politic! Parties, Although no elections m whose cut come national interest will br- nwf--ed take place this fail, cih i , cow ia progress in s:::iiY section.-; of lie country where either state, county or city officials are to bo elected. These contests are looked upon generally as "local affairs'1 and in many places arouse little interest outside the ranks of the professional politicians. Yet this fall's elections will ha??, a decided bearing on the struggle of 1 bOG, and we would urge upon reformers ev erywhere the importance of working earnestly for the election of clean, hon orable men to the offices to be filled this fall. As good citizens they should work for the election of honorable and capable men to administer local government, as against the thieving, professional office holder and political...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 15 November 1895

a liffs 'yr: V"'---y -V-- -J v--, ": ' J VOLUME 10. GOQBLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, NOYE:IBBIM5, 1,195. i v II ME 81 ill. first la History of Astronomy Found By Dr. See, of Chicago. This Astronomer shows tne iUipnre oJ a IhJr.I liody in "70 Ophlef hi" 03, 000,000,000,000 allien Of7 - Kep ler's Solution fsixcpliflecL A triple star has been found the first in the history of astronomy and a Chi cago man is the finder T. J. J. See, A. M., D., of Chicago university. This fact deserves attention for more reasons than one. Astronomers have Jong been accustomed to keep their eyes on Chicago for new scientific develop ments. The one man of this day who has discovered more double Etars and measured more double stars located by others than any one of his contem poraries is a Chicago man, Prof. S. W. Burnhara. Now comes Dr. See, a work ing Chicago educator, and plucks from the limitless mysteries of the heavens a fact never dreamed of by astronomers. Dr. See has done another service to as tro...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 15 November 1895

'1 :: ',2m l I'. F. U. STEVi ACT, TERM 3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. . One year Six months Three months J 75 ' 0 : Adrertisiag rates reasonablo and literal dis counts giyea on extended contracts. j Entered at the pG6tofflce at Goodland. Ron., ! tor trann;;5aion tarouh the mans, ea second class isail ujutter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. IIIS 1595 EIXCTIOSS. This fall's election, although in most states local, has excited the utmost at tention owing to it being considered the criterion cf the result in 1S0G, and sa expression of public sentiment upon the silver question. Looked at in this light the Republicans and sound nioneyites have good cause for con gratulation. In every northern state the demo crats have been completely snowed under by unprecedented majoritiesj and even in the rock-ribbed strong holds of Maryland and Kentucky dem ocracy has met its Waterloo. In the new state of Utah the republicans have secured supremacy and its first representatives in the house and senate will augment the maj...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 15 November 1895

in L Fl i ml il iiuiLLn, ?:5ay Fec-pis of This City Cre&tly leaefttsd 2y the T7crkorcf Eiraclss. ' The LiiJeueo XUat Can Ee Frodacfd la This City -Will Ti-ezr Cut the As sertion Thai Schl-tter lias Worked Wonders. In the suburbs of Denver there Las been .for months a scene daily enacted the like of which has not been witness ed since the days of the Man of Nazar-c-rth and Ms faithful apostles. There, day after day, Francis Schlat ter, better known as the healer, has stood and grasped the hands of thous ands of people suffering from all man ner of ills and maladies, and by this applied a blessed handkerchief and is now ss well hs he "ever was. Ex-Eki;inoer Charles Fall, r was suf fering from a su tsch of dementia. inun at- :rt to the he-iler for treatment and improved .so wonasrluuy mat it asserted ne vml be completely restored locrj before- the five months, given him by the healer, eipires. Attorney. Hoy t Andrews, has been crippled since a boy. lie visited the heaier this week,...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 15 November 1895

i' UU sI'-'J. hi is) liUiHUiililL Tia Sditcr of a Uedica! Journal Writs E tsrt&isly oa ti.e Subject of Money. All tlie Bonded Debt Would Be Clrcaiat Inj Were It Not (or the Interest CUtae A Larger Currency Needed. Whatever substance our currency is cade of, it should be sufficient in Quan tity for the cash transaction of the busi cess of the country. "Yea," says one, "but it must have a gold basis." Do our postage etamps need a geld basis: And did you ever kuov thetu to be Le ' lovr par? Esteiid our currency conven iences along .ho same lines, and the problem is solved. If the government should own and conduct tho telegraph, it could issue currency receivable for telegrams just na postage .stamps are re ceivable for post age. The currency would be at par for other things, just as post age stamps are. Yuu could send f 1 in that currency for The Medical World, just like tome now send postage stamps. Suppose the government should own and eonduct the railroads of the country and i.s...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 22 November 1895

ft. i ft h -I ftfft :H :i ft ? VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FPJDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1895. -NUMBER 13. 7.i fitiisiiiiin. Vievs of Secretary Carlisle oa tka Monetary Situation. TVhr.t He IJesards ax Felsa Financial The ories AiubSgiiou 1'hrases In Fartj Platforms aad Fublic Utter ance Should (ease. New York, Nov. 2a The 127th an nual banquet of the chamber of com merce of tbe state of New York was held at Delmonico's last evening. The yearly dinner of this organization is anions the most important events of the metropolis. Utterances that have moved the policy of tha government have been made on these occa sions. It was somewhat after 9 o'clock when President Orr, in a brief speech, introduced Secretary Carlisle, who spoke on "Our Currency System." I have but little to say this everting, and will take but little time to say It Two years ago, at your annual banquet, I said that the dispo sition and ability of the government to main tain its own credit at the highest standard, and ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 22 November 1895

Publisher. ' . TEI1S OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ona year-.,.... . ... s l 53 ix'Eioiitns.. Three months. 40 Advertising rates reascmabta and liberal dis couuts gives ca extended contracts. Entered at the PostofEce at Goodl-ai, Kan., for transmission through the mails, second class Hail matter, OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. The war .scare in Europe is getting to be as much of a chestnut as the Cor-bett-Fitzsiinnons crisis on this side of the pond. Keep the financial end of the busi ness plank down and market end up and all classes will be benefitted and none hurt. The Gila aiver valley in Arizona, once supported a population of prehis historia people numbering millions. To-day it is a desert. England wants to be in joint control with the United States over the Nicara guan canal. England's idea of joint control is to control the joint. European developments would plain ly indicate that there is a considerable streak of the yellow in the make-up of all tho great war lords across ths sea. If half the ef...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 22 November 1895

fi t! yiis cf Evi-iracs. Iks Yi'ater B.nr.&ge Cass Blsniljstil ia Fa - for of 'Defj;dant es Plaintiff's Pe tition Was too Irrejr'ila.r Tho Wallace Co u at j Cases. The Ivovc-mber session of the district court had its usual run of foreclosure and confirmation cases, intersected here and there by a damage or divorce . ,:. suit. The Wallace county cases attracted eerifsiderable attention and took up the majority of the court's time. This liti gation grew out of the old county seat troubles in the 80's when the county was aiSicted with two boards of county commissioners. Thousands of dollars in warrants were issued by each board and bought up by different parties, who are now seeking to force the coun ty to payment. The county officials allege that these warrants were issued by an illegal board and refuse to ac cept them. The case is still on trial and the large corps of lawyers are fighting every point, which will probably cause the case to continue all week. CHARGED WITH BURGLARY....

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 22 November 1895

lii'.L LuiiUiaU i Uiv s ilLiiiiUni. Canadian independence Advocated by a ew Political Party. Ko5ieDt Started Under Auspices of la (5epcdeiice of Canada Ciub Revolo. tlsa to lift Effected la an Andeahl ftfld Constitutional ilaaner. The citizens of Windsor and Essex county, Ontario, who formed an Inde pendence of Canada club a week ago, ore now political party. They adopt ed a j!ntfonn the other night, end will promulgate its principles throughout the doijiiniou. The campaign will 1x3 started in Essex county, and the heads of the party believe that they can elect a candidate to parliament who will champion the cause of tho indepen dence of Canada. The meeting' was largely attended, and much enthusiasm was manifested. It pave promise that the new born child of liberty had come to stay. Speeches were made showing1 the disadvantages under which Canada labors at the pres ent time: The following platform was hdopted. "We are of hz opinion that the Do minion of Canada has arrived at such a ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 29 November 1895

''v'' o , - V - V: -. - - vif wA v-, v-',7 vv -v vvv- VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MOMIKG, NOVEMBER 29, 1095. NUMBER 14. I III II ll Uiil iiil saa fraacisco Kerctants Taking Advantage of tie lew Prices. Figures uol;l Which Show How- Dan gerous Oriental Competition "Will Prove Good Caa Ba Had for 50 Per Cent I69 Honey. San Fbaxcisco, Cal., Nov. 25. Under tha caption, "A Japanese Invasion," the Daily Report publishes a story calcu lated to startle American manufactur ers. Japan is about to invade tha United States with the agents of her factories, whose ability to produce articles of ne cessity more cheaply than the rest of the world, can no longer be ignored. Japan at last recognizes its power, its ambition has been aroused and it is now inaugurating an irresistible commercial campaign. This new and aggressive invasion commenced a few weeks ago, when the agent of a powerful manufacturing and commission house, whose headquarters are in Klobe and Iliogo, arrived in this country ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 29 November 1895

c. F. H. STEWART, - ruhllskcr. TOilS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Odo year fl 50 SSii months - 'io Three months... 40 Aderti;ing rate3 reasonable and liberal dis counts giyeii oa extended contracts. Entered at the Fostofice at Goodlaud, EanM for traoHniiesion through the mails, aa second class inaii matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. JIS. CAELISLE'8 SFZ2CE. Last week Secretary Carlisle address ed the members and invited guests of the New York Chamber cf Commerce, in tb,8 banquet hall of the Delmonico. It seems to be customary for the guard ians of the public purse to make annual pilgrimages to New York city and pay homage and renew their alliegancs to the money lords of Wall street. It will be remembered that in 1891, on such an occasion, William Windom, then secre tary cf the treasury under Harrison, fell dead at the banquet table after de livering his address. Carlisle's speech was, of course, for the gold standard. He also urged the retirement of the greenbacks, the ces sation of silver coinage,...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 29 November 1895

Jjcle Theory Pavers a lUtoiiirg gtreteh of Eig Crap Years. The Official Records of the State AjjrienI tarftl Department Troves the Ei Jatezkce of the Seven-Tear Cycle In Crop History. Although the acreage is small com pared with the last four years, "Kansas expects a large wheat crop next spring, says the Topeka Capital. There is rea son to hope for seine thirty-five or forty million bushels, if all goes well, on the two and two-third million acres already seeded and reported in fine condition. This acreage is 70 per cent less than last year, 55 per cent smaller than 1894, CO per cent smaller than 1893 and ia per cent smaller than 1892, Up to 1300 there had been but three years in the state's history when the area in wheat equaled two million acres, and since 1890 there has been bat one year, 1891, when it full short of four million acres. We got our seventy-four million bushel crop, the champion crop ever raised by any state of the Union, in 1892, and as a natural result the area w...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 29 November 1895

THE GOOBMliD IlEHJBLIU: PiriiJAY, KOTCIlIiCll . li iilOiiJLOliiiliilliilLliLLift. Career of an Abyssinian Enler Eeeently Kill ed by Lightning. Claimed Deftcent from Kins Solomoa oa HI Father's Side Ills Efforts to In troduce Ways of Civilization Among Ilia People King Jfenelek II., of Abyssinia, was a picturesque personage during his lifetime, and his recent tragic death by lightning (the report of which is now confirmed by Italian advices) adds to the rather bizarre interest attached to this Afri can king, aays the Outlook. It is said that his mother was a beggar-woman, though cn the other side he claimed descent from King Solomon. As a boy he was picked out by his father as heir of the kingdom of Shea, south of Abyssinia, from a numerous male progeny, the sons of many mothers, not because of his age, but because of his likeness to his father. lie succeeded King John of Abyssinia in 1889, in ft like haphazard way, pushing John's nephew and intended heir aside by sheer superior skil...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 December 1895

VOLUME 10. GOODLAND. KANSAS, FllIDAY DECEMBER 5. Hit filtO bLfil 0 toMuhlll. The Chief Executive Sends in His Communication to Congress. the ,ovj-:k'Ment eckeion policy outlined. Th3 Fomts ia Dhrmto Witli Great Britain and Othor Countries. riDcHifirtl Situation Dwelt oil at Length Hi. liorul Tbsui-s ILeviewedl'ree Mlver Declared a r.Ienace to Financial Stability. Yamu:gT'., Dec. Ii. The president sent in the following message tO con gress: Foreign delations. The present assemblage of tbe legislative branch of our government occur3 at a time when the interests of our people and the needs of the country give especial prominence t-o tho condition of our foreign relations and the exi gencies of our national finances. The reports of the heads of the several administrative de partments of tbe government fully and plainly exhibit vhat has been accomplished 'within . the scope of their respective duties and pre sent such recommendations for the better ment of our country's condition as patr...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 December 1895

illDUi ruLIisuC! TEIliiS OF SUBSCEIFIION. Oiieyear:.:,... ,,51 Kii months : " -Ihrea nsontbs. 4'J Advertising rates reasonable and liberal di 0UQts given on extended contracts. . Entered st the Postoirico at Goodlaod, Ran., for transmission through tho mails, &a seccud clssa mail matter. OFFICIAL . COUNTY PAPER. .Coxgress should make haste and do bat it is going to do and adjonrn. li The national bankers will be right in iha push if the president's suggestions vara carried out. . Senatoe Peffer is after the expen sive funeral junket with a bill for its extermination. The meat trust is getting a taste of its own medicine. It is being squeezed by the salt combine. Tee Waller case will give the Kan sas delegation lots of chance to get in to the Congressional Record. The baseball and football seasons have an ending, but the workings of the pugilistic jaw go on forever. .The wily Turk has succeeded in di viding the powers and probably will probably resume festivities with the Armenia...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 December 1895

it t i ta res; -to di; tem 1 fit ld i -the; . ibcv': hid ia.-if-- :ui, ode iif, -w t!u: rac . as ' Unf ak ; i- cc t if or . thir: )eer cur." iedV efj ern is f l ih: srli 5 Jc lesl. iet Sits . ? cc-: vX ! hav; v ntr-:"- loct ' itJl. :s V - rf ii t:;,. ' fr ' - rs;; i :;i icr:--' of . X ' - J:,-'- "s ' m Of mtt it- Afacta. Sfcdze Crcw IssBTlatfy la 2tenarkbly Prolific and Valuable as a Tood for Humans and Aaimala. A correspondent of the Globe-Demo crat, writing from Oklahoma, asserts, that the question of successful faming ia the nd-arid regions of th8 great west is solved at last; that bugabo, possible failure of the wheat crop, and consequent demand of cash for flour to feed the family, that has so long haunt ed the waking hours and disturbed the sleep of the struggling western farmer, h dispelled like the mists before the south wind that blows across the prai ries, and the great west hails a deliver er, coming, like London's fabulous Bar nato, from the unknown realms of South Afric...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 December 1895

i; -.,4.: ilL iiiiOiiiUlI 5 ; Ttis if?t:svr, a has in April,. t3 c7,0i; "'tif-ae to tho pv?-cr. portant mbr-eim-'tMS. st ns it has brer: tebipiora a-n ta;.d. tad 'alien ;"!-. It Iris from that '-1 ;i very few aad im dorrsmsed, excCo;5 ily rtpifxishi.-d by ih'. sale of bonds- :oom? the cruises for this con stant and uniform shrinkage n this fund may 18meBtions3 in 3 fallhig 01T of exports under the operation of the tu.il,! law uulil recently in fcrce, which eKppled .ur. exchnmre.cf, com modities with foraign n?d ions and ueitessit-iteJ to some extent the payineirt of our balances ia gold the uaaaitiral inf vision of silver into our currency ami the iacreF.se in agitatic-a for us free sal irdisrited coinage Trticb have createa f ppreheasion as to our dis position or ability to Custlnuc gold pnyments, the const-orient hoarding of gold at horns and the stoppage of investments of foreign capital as well as the r-etarn of our securities already sold abroad and the VA'h rate of foreign ex ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 December 1895

VOLUME 10. G00DLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1;, 1895. NUMBER 10. The Statehood Dill May Be Delayed Until After the HolIIdays. Kr. "Bayard Vill Kot Tali About Hi3 Pro posed Imperchmeat Xlie Ambassador to Great Hrlt.iin Decline! to Speak About tha ICesolntion in Congress to Impeach liim A 5 London Paper's Yiewa. Wasdisoton, Dec 11. Delegate Flynn may not introduce his Oklahoma statehood bill until after the holiday recess. He is for statehood, he de clared, on any terms that may be pro curable from congress, and is not wed ded to any measures so irrevocably as to be unwilling- to accept any other. The house will be disposed to pass a measure drawn to Mr. Flynn's satis faction, but any measure is cer tain of amendment in the senate. There the belief is very generally en tertained that the question of Okla homa statehood is inseperable from the Indian territory question and that they must be solved together. The Philadelphia Record had an edi torial yesterday which -very faily...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 December 1895

- Publisher. ; TES-IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oos year..".. O 50 x months 75 -Three months - ) Advertising rates reasonable and litsral d;s coimts givn cm extended contracts. - x'ttsf ei at the PostoiSce at Goodlas-i, San,, for tranpadfbiyn thrown the mails, &3 second clasa mail matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEFJ. T22 VENEZUELAN 2IS?U"T2. In view of the importance recently attaching to the Venezulaa boundary question, owing to the demand by the United States that the matter be sub mitted to arbitration and supposed subsequent refusal by Great Britain, lends interest to a review of the con troversy that may possibly lead to war between Great Britain and the United States. For upward of seventy yeara the re public of Venezuela has protested against the usurpation of its territory by Great Britain. A handful of miners and speculators has served the English authorities as a means to claim an im mense territory and thereby threaten the very existence of an important South American country. In 1...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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