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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 17 January 1896

sfiiaiiii. The Nesf System Fully as Prac ticable as the Bitch. Ccaaiasioaer Tomblin Tells His Experieaee to the Topeka Advocate. Lifted Water 180 Feet Successfully by Wind Power Some Figures on Cobts and Returns from His Plant. M. B. Tomblin of this city had a very interesting article upon irrigation in the New Year's issue of the Topeka . Advocate. He says: The fact that the irrigator in Kansas must derive his water supply chiefly froa the so-called underflow, raised by means of pumps, and stored in reser voirs for future use, instead of from streams, as is generally practiced else where, has made our people slow to ad opt thi3 method and caused people out sidd the state and indeed outside of the Immediate neighborhood of where irrigation by means of the pumping plant is practiced to doubt it3 practica bility, but today probably 2,000 farmers pumping water from 10 to 200 feet can testify that with the pump and reser voir irrigation is not only practicable but exceedingly profitable...

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. — 17 January 1896

iiitaipiiiiis. Condensed Notes cf Happenings at Washington. Tie Turklsa Subline Porte Will Ko Suffer Armenian Belief Operations. Sir. Fiynn's Kill for Trre nome The Sal tan and the Eel Cro8 A Sew : ant ing Scheme-A Ship Canal Project. Washington, Jan. 15. After a hot ht, in which it seemed likely that "free homes" would lose the day, Del egate Flynn, of Oklahoma, carried his "free homes" till successfully through the public lands committee of the house yesterday. The bill is very brief, but it means many millions of dollars to Oklahoma, there bein? thou sands who are each relieved by its pro visions of the payment of several hun dred dollars. Here is the text: Be it enacted by the senate and house of rep resentatives of the United States of America, In congress assembled, that all settlers under the homestead laws of the United States upon the pabllo land acquired by treaty or agree ment from the various Indian tribes in the territory of Oklahoma, who have, or shall hereafter, resid...

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. — 24 January 1896

VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY CORNING, JANUARY 24, 180G. II 22. LI'S II IIS. Choree L. Wellington Formally Elect ed to Succeed Gibson. Iht legislature Approves the Action of the Eepublican Caucus. Wellington Is a Staunch Republican of the Eastern Stripe and Stand Well With the Leaders Takes His Seat in 1897. Annapolis, MdL, Jan. 22 The legis lature in joint session today ratified the action of last night republican caucus and elected Congressman George L. Wellington to succeed Charles II. Gibson as United States senator on March 3, 1807. Of the re publicans, seventeen refused to vote, and cne cast his ballot for Mr. Golds borough. Eight democrats also refused to abide by the caucus nomination of Senator John W. Smith, the Gorman candidate, but voted for other candi dates. The final ballot resulted as follows: George Wellington, 03; Philip Goldsborougb, 1; John V. Smith (dem ocrat), 23; John R. Pattison (democrat), 7; J. E. Elwood (democrat), 1. George L, Wellington's parents w...

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. — 24 January 1896

(Booblanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWAET, Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Cno year bis months J XL fee months " Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the PostoSiee at Goodland, Kan., for transmission thrown the maiis, as second class mail matter. 1 TAXTTTATDV 1 80 Isii Kon. Tua. Wad. Thur. Fit j Ul n . " ( ITTTTjjo 771 l9" 20 2T 22 23 24 25$' 26 27 28 29 30 3J Turkey had better come in on that indemnity or get a taste of Uncle Sam's fighting qualities. The coming election will show where Kansas stands on the financial question, and it will not be on gold-bug ground either. Should the silver forces of the United States unite rhere is no question but what they could elect a president and congress this year. Will they do it? Kansas, the Nestor of reforms, has two congressmen at Washington who voted for the bond bill. As they are gold-bugs, nothing else could be expect ed of them. , All candid persons who have in ve...

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. — 24 January 1896

is! nisi Ths Ken Charged with Burning Callow's Eiru Eieaiswd ia ths Preliminary. The Prisoner Were Not Connected With the Crime Except Through the Ageacy of a Neighborhood Quarrel. Last Wednesday night the barns and granaries of William Callow, living in Grant township, were destroyed and the contents consisting of farming im plements, harness, a large amount of feed and 800 bushels of corn were also eonsumed, entailing a loss upon Mr. Callow of 11,000, with no insurance. The origin of the fire was undoubted ly incendiary, and the suspicions of Callow were fixed upon the son of Joe Kolacny and John and Lewis Beneda, irho work upon the Kolacny ranch. A warrant was sworn out for their wrest and the hearing set for Wednes day before Judge Calvert. Bail was fixed at $500 each, and was procured by young Kolacny only, the Benedas going to jail. At the preliminary Wednesday the prosecution was cona.uci.ea oy Attor neys Ilartzler and Andrews and the defense by Attorneys Murphy and Eagsa. Th...

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. — 24 January 1896

EsaiGciats Will Cheese Their Candidate at Chicago July 7. That Vvas the Dcr.is'.nn of the Xat'ooiil Committee at Wahinelon The Peo ple's Party Selects St. I.onis The Date I Jaly 23. Washington, Jan. 13. The demo cratic national convention will ba held fit the city of Chicago on July 7. That vvas the decision reached yesterday by the national democratic committee after an interesting and at times ex citing session which continued until 11 o'clock last night There was considerable difference of opinion as to the time for holding the convention, one proposition advanced by Allen W. Thurraan, of Ohio, who helJ the proxy of the New Mexico member, being to hold it June 2, two weeks before the republican conven tion, and the other by llugk Wallace, cf Washington state, to hold it July 7. The committee decided upon the latter date by a vote of 32 to 13. The main interest, of course, centered in choice of the convention city. For this honor there were four applicants, Chicago, St. Louis, Cin...

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. — 31 January 1896

1 sir, V j ? m. 'n -;i tiV,-1 yifi -T W vv- Is:"" f v .-- VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1C83. NUMBER iiiiii ibi fia. Ti. Senator Arraigns toe Administration and Two Old Parties. MONEY QUESTION REVIEWED The Parcha&Injj Clause of the Sherman Law ThePopnilst Senator Says We Are i'asi Drifting into' Govern. xaeut by Moucp olies. Washington, Jan. 29. Senator Ben Tillman, of South Carolina, spoke upon the silver substitute for the bond bill in the senate to-day and made the oc casion the opportunity for an extreme arraignment of the administration and of those republicans and democrats who have in the past thrown their in fluence toward the upholding- of the geld reserve. He said in part as fol lows: It is not sayiDg too much, and I feel war ranted in charging, that the deranpement in our finances and all this cry about sound money and maintaining the honor and credit of the United States are all part and parcel ol Ml r SENATOR BEN TILLMAN. 8 damnable scheme...

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. — 31 January 1896

I. H. STEWART, - -. - -rsblislKr. WTS2J-?-SfJBSGRIPTIQS.--o j'ar ;,.?...;. ;r-.- 50 Ms months.... 75 Inree monthg.... IT. , 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis euaats given on extended contracts. Entered at the PostoBiee et Goodland, Ran., f r tr nsmiafion tbrouKb the maila, as second c.A-i 1 tail matter. JANUARY 1896. I Ssn. Kan. Tub. Wed. Thar. Frl. Sat I i M 4? Q w i2 J13 I4 25 J6 J7 J8E l77 20 27 22 23 24 25 v26 27 2& 29 30 3l,... "Bimetallism and yietory" will be the slogan 'of '9G. Hew to the Monroe doctrine, let the chips fall where they may. The repulicans have 2C gold-bugs in the senate, the democrats 11, and the populists none. The silver forces are getting to gether, and the banners will soon be floating from the outer walls. Senator Wolcott has backslid. His speech on the Davis-Monroe docrine resolution was a disappointment to his constituents and the people gen erally. The lion and bear may get into a a scrap over the Turkish question that even the preve...

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. — 31 January 1896

TQ THx A'JTU??V PC-cTS- Sin? to ui. ri 3 o fat- 5v; ' Handle yo.- hajj-j wk.. tire ; Jjin? of the ii;:.t t rt-jiS WLo crack t'r.ir whitsiii the air.' Sins of the smoking cabins Where the tinea wirk the apples loan, Where the beaut-ful country maidens la dimples and dough arc seen. Sine of the merry laughter That sounds in the village street. Then of the old cane grindings Where tiie juice is dripping sweet. And wind a blast on the hunter's horn Till the smoke to the music curls, And then jump into the wagon And ride away with the girls! Frank L. Stockton in Atlanta Constitution. HOESE AND BICYCLE. We were scendicg our Jane vacation at tiie Grub Stake, a new gold mine high up among the Sierras, and of which an ' - uncla of my companion and fellow student was superintendent. Dick had been extravagant in his praises of the scenery, the fine moun tain roads, and the trouting in that vi cinity, and as we climbed the smooth, even grade, that began almost as soon as we left the station, 1 ...

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. — 31 January 1896

1 DI!RpijT0"? IiieUliista Getting Togssher lor tie fcaaiag Political Jattle. 11'6 National Silver Coaference at "tVaeh iDgton Last "VYeek One of tl.e Moet Notable iu th History of tle Country. The silver couf erence at Washington last week was the first step toward the union of the silver forces who have so long been fighting the gold men in de tachments, and have, suffered defeat more on account of divided efforts than the disparity in numbers. When tho .convention was called to order a motion was made and carried unani mously inviting the committee of con ference appoin ted by the populist execu tive committee to seats in the conven tion and requesting them to participate in the deliberations. The committee consisting of Senator Butler, Congress man Bell, Hon. J. B. Weaver, T. M.Pat terson, Hon. E. G. Brown of Massachu setts, and Mr. Warner of California, accepted the invitation, Gen. Weaver returned thanks in behalf of the com mittee. The speech of Gen. Warner opening the deliber...

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. — 7 February 1896

VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1890. NUMBER 21. flillBllSS. For Closer Political and Commercial Belation With tte United States. WOULD DEFINE MONROEISM. The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ecua dor Approves and Is Working for an International Fan-American Congrena. Washington, Feb. C.-The movement Inaugurated by the government of Ec uador for the holding of a coDgress of representatives of all the republics of the Americans to define and endorse the Monroe doctrine and to establish clos er commercial and political relations between them is rapidly taking form. The Ecuadorian minister here, Senor Carbo, has freely discussed the subject with the other members of the dip lomatic body who come from the south aud today to give an official character to his mission, he addressed a copy of a circular signed by the minister of foreign affairs of Ecuador to the min is te,)-)f all the countries of South and Central America, intended for trans mission to each respective...

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. — 7 February 1896

(Sooblan&ISepubKc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWART, Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year ?1 50 Six month- '' Three months -h-' Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the PostoIIiee at Gotland, Ran., for transmission through the nm'Is, as second okas maii matter. 1 FEBRUARY 1 8 6. I Sun. uct. j. 3 A 22 1 29 i 1 4" The bond issues will never stop un til the people stop them. The all-important gold reserves is down to 850,000,000, and still the world goes on. . Tillman has found a nihe for Cleveland in the gailey of "besotted tyrants." The president finding nothing el-e close to hand has again declared war on the duck. The Carlisle brand of bonds shouid be classed as luxuries. None but the rich can afford them. Tee trusts seem to be doing well even though the country at large is on the ragged edge of insolvency. The senate substitute bill will meet with the only fetto that coull be ex pected from a gold-bug administrati...

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. — 7 February 1896

THE WATER WAGTAiL At home, the wagtail Mack and white, The water-wiliy gray, Would on our level Etreet alight A dozen times a day. Willy-wagtail, water wagtail, Running o'er the street; Oft, as a child, on you I smiled. And heard you twitter sweet. With now and then a lively leap. And now and then a lag, Tou nimbly ran or stopped to cheep And give your tail a wag. Willy-wagtail, water wagtail. Running round the door; Ah! It may be I'll never see Or mock ycu any more. In Bpring your slender cousin came From o'er the northern sea; He flashed across, a yellow flame, He came to visit thee. Wiily-wagtaii, water wagtail. Yellow willy too, Though far away I am to-day, Sly heart's at home with you. Were black and clean your" supple claws, And black your little bill; And though each eyelid inky was, Each eye was blacker stilL Willy-wagtail, water wagtail, Soft as (lakes of snow Your flecks of white a pretty sight The blossom and the sloe. And if I tried to follow you, To see if you were wild...

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. — 7 February 1896

!! iu.Ut.vU tOBliHg ililOugU Ui5 inOlUuill cf Pnmp Irrigation. THE INDEPENDENT FEATURE The Foundation for Successful Irrigation Js'ow Eeicff Laid by the Owners aud Operators of the Pump age Flants. Secretary P. D.'Coburn hit the nail square on the head in a speech ruado Et Garden City, before the irrigation association. He said: "Until within a recent period it has Isea accepted that the seasons of dis aster visited upon the people of the plains cf Colorado and Kansas, were unavoidable, tut it now seems fairly demonstrated that nature has placed within reach the means to successful agriculture and we are rapidly learnirjg the ways of using them. Individual enterprise is perhaps scarcely equal to the proper diversion or wisest manage ment and distribution of the great water supply from the Arakansas, the Smoky, Solomon, Republican and Kaw, but it can all be accomplished by co operation in the communities interest ed, under such legislative provisions and restrictions as past experien...

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. — 14 February 1896

"t' I 4 8 vf-v vs. t; a V. titers ys vsc n T:' V 00 XXAJ WV vvl:0 i VOLUME 10. G00DLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY HORNING, FEBRUARY 14. 1898. i-ilt 2,'). i 111 niiii Bat Shea Eiea in the Electric Chair at the Dannemora Prisoa. OHIO BANK BURGLARIZED. " The "Burglar Proof" Safe lilovvn lo Pieces . hout $10,000 Secured i:ei(le Valuable Notes -A ConSilenthil Clerk Goes 'Wrong, Daxnejiora Piuson, X. Y., Feb. 11. Bat Shea, the murderer of Robert Ross during an election riot in Troy, K. Y., in Marcl), 1804, was electricized at 9:58 o'clock this morning. Shea was attended to the gallows by a clergy man from his home and by a priest from the Roman Catholic church of this place. After receiving the last sacrament lie said: "I am innocent, father, innocent," an assertion which ha repeated daring tho rite of annoint rnent. When he was conducted into the death chamber he started as he came in sight of the electrical chair but said nothing. The straps beiDg adjusted, the priest, in low tones, read the serv...

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. — 14 February 1896

6oo&Innb IRemtblfc, OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. r. H. STEWART, - Tublishfr. . TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ona ?ar H jjO SIS rribmhs 5 Three months Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the PostolEce at Goodland, Ran., for transmission through the mails, aa second cUo3 mail matter. I FEBRUARY J 896. Sun. Men. Tus. Wed. Thur. Fit n 8? 4 J: JO 12 13 14 15 3r J7 18 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 '27 28 29f It Is weli for tha public to remember that tha democratic administration is issuing bonds under a republican made law. Exglaxd failed to get the bulge on the Boers in the late raid, and is now trying cunning where force failed. The Boers are now in real danger. The deadlock in the Kentucky legis lature is only one more example whose solution is found in the election of United States senators by a direct vote of the people. Gboveb is trying to explain away the difference at which the syndicate got its bonds and what is offered in the popular loan...

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. — 14 February 1896

v 11 1111 If. Steals a Wagon load of Torcite and Escape? Being BIowti Up. H Loses No Time in ni.ikinj Ills Escape Whca lie Discovers lie Uas Explo sives Instead of Valuable Jew elry or Clothing. - A thief who tackles a wagon load o! foreite and escapes with his life is lucky enough to grow rich carrying-a hod. This is what an enterprising thief did the other morning. At last accounts he was alive and doing well. Shortljr after nine o'clock on the morning in question, Patrick Sullivan, n driver for the American Foreite com pany, turned his wagon eastward in 34th street, New York city, with a load ol several hundred pounds of the ex plosive in the bottom of the vehicle. He stopped his team at the corner of 34th street and Fifth avenue, where he left the wagon for aminute. Jnst then a pale-faced, stedy-looking young thief. passing the wagon saw that it was fair. He did not stop to read the foreite sign on the outside. lie sprang on the driver's seat, seized the reins, twisted the whip ...

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. — 14 February 1896

M1I. i': An Osborne Coanty Eaiser Tells About the African Cereal. Slicnld Be Planted Early a it Requires a IiBff Season in Which to Beach ' Matnrily. Una of our numerous callers last Friday was Barney Thuinniel of Bloom township, who has made a success of raising Kafir corn in Osborne county, says the Osborne .News. His way of raising the plant is as follows: First, he would not sow any but the white va riety. For cattle feeding it should be sown with a press drill and should not be covered more than an inch deep; one-half bushel to the acre is sufficient. When the stalk begins to turn white near the ground it should be cut and promptly cured. Cattle and horses will eat it up clean and fatten for the market. After the first crop is gather ed, the second will come up. This should be plowed under for the enrich ment or the soil. More than two crops should not be grown ou the same peice of ground in succession. After plow ing under the second crop, wheat may may be sown with good resul...

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. — 21 February 1896

r r - hi;u- fySf S IKv ti "i? - s A. v i y - ufcr e-. ?ft, ys. bp j i ?-. U i- r, i hm- i: i t t.5v v. -. v VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1896. SKIBSR ;0 A i mm iin. The Captain Ceaeral Proposes a No Quarter" Campaign Against Insurgents. PRISONERS WILL BE SHOT. AH Inhabitants of Certain Provinces Must Identify Themselves With in Eight Days or Get Into heiloas Trouble. Havana, Feb. 18. Captaiu General Weyler yesterday issued a series of proclamations, in which he still further defines his proposed policy toward the insurgents and their sympathizers. Tha first reads as follows: Article 1 All inhabitants of the districts of Sancti Spiritus and tho provinces of Puerto Priiicipe aud Santiago do Cuba will havn to con eentrato in placet which are tho headquarters of a division, a brigade, or a column of a troop, and will be compelled to bo provided with docu mentary proof of identity within eight daysof the publication, of this proclamation in the miiiicipniitio...

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. — 21 February 1896

lO&IanbHeoubMc OFFICIAL COUNTY 1 PAPER. F. II. STEWART, - - - PalUsber. - TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. 0;,j year U 50 fr-:x months 13 Ihree months . Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered &t the Postoffiee at Goodlaad, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second class mail matter. X FEBRUARY J 896. DETEE5H5ATI0N CF PSICE LEVELS. Every farmer understands the im mense difference to him between a scale of prices indicated by wheat at a dollar, corn fifty cents and wool twenty- live, and other thiDgs in proportion, and one indicated by wheat at fifty cents, corn twenty-five and wool twelve and a half, and other things in propor tion to this scale; but when asked what it is that determines whether the one scale or the other shall prevail, he is at a loss for an answer. He knows well enough that the scale indicated by the dollar wheat, fif ty cent corn, and twenty five cent wool would make him prosper ous, and enable him to pay ...

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