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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 5 June 1896

ARKANSAS DIAMONDS. v7orthles3 Bits of Qaartg and thd ;" Duel They Caused. Ia no book on modern dueling' have I been able to find even a suggestion of one of the best Etories on this subject that I ever heard. Accountable for this ax two facts the incident had i .', oc currence many years ago and the scene of it was in a place that, evon in thia day of railroads, ia not overly accessi ... ble. I was v-aiting for a stage in one of the back settlements in one of the moun tain counties of Arkansas one day last summer, when one of the old settlers of the community addressed me:. "I see in a Leetle Rock paper thuther day," he said, "that there's bin some di'macds found over in Africy." "There's nothing new in that," I re plied. "But the field has been broad ened, in speculation at least, until the excitement has grown tremendously." "Wall, I don't keer none," the old fel low remarked. "I ain't goifl' I only had an idee thet it might be all a hoax like a di'mand find we oncet bed was a hoa...

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. — 5 June 1896

SSI II 39 11 tarU'Cat Sitiirday Afternoon and Continues Until Sunday Horning. .Siierman County OeU a Two-Inch Bala That GurenUes Full Granaries and Burgling Cribs. --The country is saved again. The usual Decoration day rain put xn an appearance Saturday and high hopes for a big harvest are more than jastiSed by the weather and crop con ditions which now prevail. Western Kansas is more than pecu liar, it is tantilizing. It breeds the highest hopes only to dash them against the ragged rocks of despair. The shattered fragments are welded together by renewed promises and our glorious and recuperative climate out does itself in making atonement for its past misconduct. So it was this year. Never before had there been such a brilliant promise for a magnifi cent crop year; and yet, Friday night the growing grain showed evidence of a want of moisture and not a sign in ihe heavens promised relief. Saturday morning nothing whispered to the hope that rain would fall but the un broken record of...

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. — 12 June 1896

.-2' 1 -... V V"'. -, 1 VOLUME 10. The East aad West Getting Farther Apart Says Herbert Casson. What England Is to Ireland, What Spain Is to Cuba, the East I to the Western State'. Oue of the most remarkable ad dresses of these times was delivered not long sgo ia a church at Lynn, Mass., by Herbert, X. Casson remark able not only for the locality in which It was delivered, the very hotbed of goldbugs, bat for the way in which he boldly deals with the relative existing conditions of the east and the west. The address is as follows: uln ten years we may havo a third map, on which the western states will appear as an independent republic, having an industrial and financial pol icy of its own. We can no longer con eider the western states ns waste and lawless territories, for ia a few decades they have developed all the symptoms of eastern or European civilization. Western men can remember when land was free, when money was weighed by the pound, when all were equal in op portunites 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. — 12 June 1896

oblan&TiteaubUc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F, -H. STEWART, - - - Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oaa year $1 50 H-x months 75 Three months 40 Advertising ratea reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended con tracts. entered at the Postotf.ee at Goodlaad. Kan., for transraisaion through the mails, as second ciaa mail matter. rXXXXXXXXXXi.XXXXXXXXXi,.X4 JUNE 1896. Sat. 13 J 14 20 ?-2J 27 tWtt YTfT-fTrtTTtrr 4 THE TARIFF FRAUD. Revenue last year of lie Kinley law Eevenue first year of Gor-man-Wih-on law $199,784,991 179.350,000 The difference between the two systems 20,434,99 1 Per capita difference be- tween the two 30H cents And still our republican and democratic mends insist that a paltry difference of 30' i cents to each person in this republic is groat enpiieh to make on issue in this campaign. A Pointer Don't be humbugged by the tariff fraud. More money is the issue and neither of the old parties are in favor of it. Get in line for the populist ticket. POPULIST POLITI...

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. — 12 June 1896

id ii is mm the "Parson" "Writes of San Eernadiao and Its Environments. The Gorgeong eml-Trepicl Flora a Never Ending Delight to the Tourist from the Hast. As we wrote in our former article to The Republic about our trip to south era California, the descent of the Sierra Madre mountains down, down, down, to the San Bernardino valley is &n experience to be remembered a life time! We had crossed 800 miles of desert, but now we descend into one of the most beautiful and fertile valleys in the world. The whole valley is dotted with towns, villas and suburban ham lets nestling among the foliage of trop ical and semi-tropical trees; and the panorama presented to the eye is a checker-board of vineyards, orchards and wheat fields. Tho Southern California and the Santa Fe roads ramify in every direc tion, branching off at this point to San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Besides this the Santa Fe system has a kite-shaDed road in the form of a Azure eight, and encircling the valley ...

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. — 12 June 1896

us mm Eiectrieal 'Wiad and Insects Work Harm to Growing Crops. Lack of Cain When Most Seeded Darken the Propect 'Which Was a Week ' Ago Krlfcht. What changes can be worked in the short space of a week. The people of . Sherman county have some idea of the freakishness of uature, and it doesn't te-nd to improve their good opinion, either A veek ao the varriest pessimist could not have foand fault with the growth and condition of Sherman county's small grain, and to day the optimist would have to stretch his irredescent imagination to some extent to hold out hope for a harvest. Since the rains of the first of the month elec trical winds, aided by the Hessian flies, have all but ruined some fields of grain and the balance i3 now needing rain badly. The winds, blowing steadily day after day, have sapped up the surface mois ture more rapidly than it could be drawn from below and the result has been that the fields put in by the usual disc method, which prevents the grain from rooting very...

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. — 19 June 1896

V: A i M p 1 H U fi i -1 !-nv n V: f H n ""i 3 VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEIDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1890. NUMBER 43. ft fl IB. Ite First 2sasion cf tte Fifty-Fonrta Brought to a Final Closa. - The Immigration Hill Given a Farliament wy State la ti Next CongreM . Speaker lief d Make a Speech. Washington, June 12. Vice Presi dent Stevenson brought the session of the senate to a final close at four o'clock yesterday, after a brief vale . dictory, expressing his thanks to the . senators for the courtesies to him throughout tho session. The closing scene was not of the dramatic order, but was not of the dramatic order, but was marked by the placid serenity characteristic of the upper branch of congress. The galleries were well filled, but there was an absence of the packed corridors incident to an eventful close f the congress.- The senate convened at 11 o'clock, but no business was tran- J- sacted beyond the formalties preceed ing an adjournment. The last bill to be passed was one urge...

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. — 19 June 1896

coblanb'SeinibHc OrPiCIAL COUNTY PAPER. r. H. STEWART, Publisher. TEEilS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ne yesr 1 50 tNx mouths 75 Hires months.. W Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dia Counta grven on ertended contracts. Entered at the Postoffice at Goodland, Ran., for transmission throuxli the mails, as second c'i?s mail matter. JUNE J 896. Ksn. Tue. Wad. Thur. Frl. Sat. 72 34 5 6 8 "7 To U 12 13 J5 "16 17 IS" 7? 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 3j 7 14 1! 21 THE TARIFF FRAUD. Keremie last year of Mf Kirdeylaw $199,784,991 Revenue first year of Gorman-Wilson law 1 79,350,000 Tlia difference between the two systems 20,434,99 I Per capita difference be tween the two 30'.i cents And fcttil our republican and democratic friends insist that a paltry difference of cents to each person in this republic is great enough to mako on issno in this campaign. A Pointer Don't ba humbugged by the tariff fraud. More money is the issue and neither of the old partLes aro in favor of it. Get in lino for the popul...

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. — 19 June 1896

THE DEAREST ONE. ' She was of that better clay, VnicJi gently tread3 this earthly stags." Mother. In line or language there la no other "Word that tells bo clear a story Cf life &ni love and living glory, Like that Bweet word. So Gfteu heard. And yet so litUe known, U&U1 Into our soul-life grown. As that which names the precious one, Who only knows her duty done, When she has folded to her breast Her offspring for a longed-for rest; She, who has fought the prize to win. For a noble life and an entering in Through the gates of Heaven, By promise given, Of yielded life for life, of love for love, For bringing blessings from above, Lifting her offerings up on high, Pweady for them to do and die; And thi3 brief verse Would fain rehearse The virtues and the modest worth Of the dearest one In all the earth, Mother. Good Housekeeping. DADDY JOHN'S CLOTHES. There hat been a royal fire in Daddy John's cabin, and there was 6till a great bed of glowing coals when his daughter Liz calle...

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. — 19 June 1896

Iili PEDitiiOiifJES AT SCHOOL. Sate ia giber Pros aad Very, Very Friaky Venelets. i"'ve CofistHutioa Cla StrogRllni With i coamic The fupreme Court to Normal i3 half over to-day and still zis of the pedagoges do not know 1 iif as much aa Here is to bo learned, l"t they are getting there just the The constitution class is trying to --"Io the momentus question, "What U Money." As much money as the teachers (would like to) have handled, they are a little uncertain regarding j i-,t what constitutes money and what does not. They decided though that the tariff is a tax and came very near overruling the supreme court's recent income tax decision. The psychology class learned all that it didn't already know, by experience about bashfulness. We haven't time this week to take up the various classes in detail. Some time in the future we 11 tell more about this very interesting and in teractive assembly, the Sherman coun ty institute. Prof. Fwiste was sick the latter part ot this week and went ...

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. — 26 June 1896

Jl $ at In i ? r, i i-H--; r u M J; t t VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEIDAY MOENINCI, JUNE 20, 1800. TTTMrT?T i I IHBlIlffi Populists Isq8 aa Address Booming Him for the Presidency. Recognize la Him a Leader Against the Forces of Wall Street and the Gold SlocometaUistt. St. Louis, June 20. The result of the populist conference hero was made public this afternoon. It is a circular addressed particularly to the populists and generally to the voters of every party. The document is signed by 20 leading populists from six western and southern states. It reads: "Expressly disclaiming any purpose or right to bind any party or person by the views here set forth, we but yield to an overpowering sense of duty in saying what we do to the people's party and to all other good citizens, who, ap prehending the approach of a moment ous crisis in our country's life, are will ing to avert it by acts of exalted pat riotism. "We came to St. Louis as citizen members of the people's party to b6 present a...

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. — 26 June 1896

sblan&lSepublfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. TEWAET, Pnfelisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . One year , $1 W sis months "5 TLres months W Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the PostotEce at Goodland, Kan., for transmission throuKh tba mails, aa second elass mall matter. JUNE-J896. Ssn. Ken. Tea. M. Tfcur. ftl. Sit E jlIi j. 7 8 9 10 11 12 J3; IT 15 H77 IF 20 IT 22 23" 2T 25 26 27 23 29 30 THE TARIFF FRAUD. Eevenuo last year of Mc- Kinleylaw $199,784,891 Revenue first year of Gor- man-Wilson law 1 79,350,000 The difference between the two systems 20,434i99 I Fer capita diilerenco be tween tho two 30'A cents And Btill our republican and democratic friends insist that a paltry difference of 30',4 cents to each person in this republic is great enough to make on issue in this campaign. A Pointer Don't be humbugged by the tariff fraud. More money is tho issue and neither of the old parties are in favor of it. Get in lino for tho populis...

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. — 26 June 1896

- .- -. ----- - , )-' - i William Mckinley, jr., republican nominee for president. M'KiHLEY HEADS THE TICKET. The Han from Ohio Nominated on the First Eallot by a Good Majority. HOHART OF NEW JERSEY NAMED FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. Both Candidates Win on tbo First Ballot Convention. Adjourns Sine Die After Appointing Committees to Notify the Nominees. St. Louis, June 19. At two o'clock yeaterday in tho national convention the roll of states was called for nom inations for president There was no response until the state of Iowa was reached, when Mr. Ilenderson said: ."Mr. Chairman, Mr. John N. Baldwin, of Council Lluffs, will speak for Iowa." Mr. Baldwin was greeted with ap plause, as he arose to place in nomina tion Senator Allison, of Iowa, which he did in a short, forceful speech. Kansas, Kentucky and Louisiana were called, no one responding. Upon the call of Maine, Hon. Ilenry Cabot Lod?e, cf Massachusetts, took the speaker's stand and placed in nomina tion Speaker Thomas B. Reed, of Ma...

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. — 26 June 1896

liiiiBiiii. CiO 2-irs Veek of Instruction and Then the Examination. A Lost Rdnana-C&ke Creates Trouble In tSie Normal Prof. K'ste Returns Visitors From Abroad. - The normal institute of Sherman couuty has now been iu session three weeks. In one week more the institute will be over. Then will be the glorious Fourth and that other glorious occa sion, the examination. These festive examination days, by the way, are the causa of normal beiDg held Saturday, as the conductors do not want to run t io such glorious occasions together. Next Thursday and Friday are examin ation days, Saturday being Independ ence day. Prof. Riste returned from his home in Phillipsburg ready for work, Monday morning. A lost, strayed or stolen cake has caused considerable commotion at the normal. Certain young ladies in at tendance get unspeakaby tired and hungry before noon, so they prepared a little repast which they could enjoy at such time as their leisure and the de mands of their appetites coincided. T...

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. — 3 July 1896

y' -A i ; if - ' I fy 1 ii V V i .yy rt Mf- VV V JO VOLUME 10. I Ilfflll IS IIS. Senator Thurston Formally Tells McZiuley of His Nomination. The Nominee Talks Ooli Standard, Trotec tion and reciprocity The FJatform Approved. Canton, O., June 29. The members of the committee appointed by the re publican national convention to notify ex-Gov. Mckinley of his nomination for the presidency arrived at the Mc Kinley home at 11:40 oclock to-day. When Mr. McKinley appeared on the porch cheers arose from the crowd. Senator Thurston then stepped upon the porch and delivered the official notification. Mr. McKinley responded as follows f "Senator Thurston and Gentlemen of the Notification Committee of the Re publican National Convention: To be selected a3 their presidential candidate by a great party convention, represent ing so vast a number of the people of the United States, is a most distinguish ed honor, for which I would not conceal my high appreciation, although deeply sensible of the gre...

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. — 3 July 1896

GrriClAL COUNTY PAPER. i II. STEWART, - Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Jl 50 isix reontbs f5 Three months 0 Advertising rates ren.-onable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Postofiice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second class mail matter. THE TARIFF FRAUD. Revenue last year of Mc- Kinleylaw $199,784,991 Eevouue first year of Gorman-Wilson law I 79.350,000 Tiie difference between tho two systems 20,434i99 I Per capita difference be tween the two 30!-i cenU And istill our republican and democratic friends insist that a paltry difference of 30',i cents to each person m this republic is great enough to make on issue in this campaign. A Pointer Don't be humbugged by tho tariff fraud. More money is the issue and neither of t:ie old parties aro in favor of it. Get in line for the populist ticket. POPULIST POLITICAL CALENDAR. July 22, People's party national convention at St. Louii, Mo. August 5, Peoplo's party state c...

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. — 3 July 1896

A DjM Vfc T WAS the summer TUl fiM of 18C2. The iff armies of the Tennessee and the Cumberland had just passed through the cam paign that followed the occupancy of Nashville by the union forces; Buell's army it was that had made a forced inarch of ten days from Nashville to Pittsburgh Landing, the last 24 hours of which had been "double-quick" a jreafc portion of the time, much of it through rain and mud, and the last 12 hours in the niglit, with the mud and rain accompaniments, to the field of Bhiloh, there to relieve Grant's stricken troopa and to retrieve the first day's disaster. Through that bloody field, and the evils that followed it mud, cold, hun ger the most terrible deprivations and discomforts, indeed, known to soldier life in. times of war, came the siege and capture of Corinth, the battle of Iuka Springs, the march to Decatur and Tuscumbia, and then on toward Hunts ville. It waa within a few miles of the last named place that the army lay encamped, in the early days of...

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. — 3 July 1896

'K rnrr mm i n m ;,do nsiL luiifUE Lh . :13row Kaa Eclieves That Such a law Would E3 Eeaeficial. Ibe Cattle Industry Certa'a to Baild Up the Country Mora Than Wheat Raisin? Ever Will. Editor Republic: After haviDg done a lard spring's work putting in a 3rop c I wheat, oats, corn, etc., and now that the time of harvest has arrived. I have to 9 a called upon to sit down and con sider the prospect for the future. I find that 180G is nearly a repetition of the past three years. Thi3 brings one to the awakening sense of ''something got to be done." While thus looking over my crop, then my wagon-bows, then the wide expanse of buffalo grass, to see what really must be done, I have concluded if the people of Sherman county were willing 1 would take to grass. So I have taken the liberty to ftddress you and ask the favor of open ing a discussion through your worthy paper on the subject of free raDge. There is not a farmer in the county, I presume, that will differ with me when I say the fact ...

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. — 10 July 1896

'J U 6-- ... , j vi r.. VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FMDAY HOMING, JULY 10, 1890. NU2IBEI! -It). Biam i sign Senator Laniel Defeats Senator. Hill for the Temporary Chairmanship. The Vote for Dank Was 556 and for Hill 849 Chairman Lanlcl Makcia Length Speech A Tote of Thanka to Chairman Uarrlty. Chicago, July 8. The seats of tha delegates and alternates were failed, but there was a wide fringe of vacant chairs on the outer edge of the gal leries when, at 12:49 p. m., Chairman Harrity, of the national committee, raised his gavel, and as it dropped oq the desk with a sharp crack, requested the 16th national democratic convention to come to order. He said: "The ser-peant-at-arms will kindly see that the aisles are cleared, and that everyone ehall take his or her seat The aisles BESATOIt DAMEL, TEMPORAHY CHAIR MAN. must he cleared. The gentlemen will kindly take their seats as promptly as possible." In the course of a minute or so the aisles were cleared and Chairman Har rity declared th...

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. — 10 July 1896

(SooblanblKCpublfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWART, - - Publisher. f T TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Oaa year H 50 Ki months '5 Three months., 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the PostotEce at Goodland. Kan.. for transmission through the malla, as second claea mail matter. THE TARIFF FRAUD. Revenue last year of lie- Kinlcy law.. $199,784,991 Revenue first year of Gor man-Vv'iUon law Tiie difference between the tso systems Per capita difierence be tween the two 179,350,000 20,434.99 1 30 cents And .still our republican and democratic friends insist that a paltry difference of SUM C6nU to each person in this republic is great enough to make on issue in this campaign. A Pointer Don't be humbueeed by the tariff fraud. More money is the issue and neither of the old parties are in favor of it. bet in line for the populist ticket. POPULIST POLITICAL CALENDAR. July 22, People's party national convention at St. Louis, Mo. .August ...

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