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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 14 August 1896

If .'5 'j H H ji U VOLUME 10. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY : MOENIKG, AUGUST 14, 1885. SIX PAGES. NUMiSll III I III HI. The Populist State Coavestion Jtominate the Nest State OScers. 411 State OSices Go to Populists While the Electors Were Chosen Hy the Demo crats Democrats Indorse the Populist Stats Ticket. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. MORRIS CLIGGITT Pittsburg ALBERT PERRY Troy G. T; PITTS Wellington SIDNEY HAYDEX Holton JB.GOSHORN.... Iola W.H. LINTON Cherryvalo EABL M. BLACKS2EEE Elmdale C. A. MILLER, at large Salina JAME3 R. LOGAN, at large Lincoln H. J. EOETZEL, et large Ellinwood STATE TICKET. Chief Justice FRANK DOSTER Congressman at Large J. D. BOTKIN Governor J. W. LEEDY Lieutenant Governor A. M. HARVEY Secretary of State W. E. BUSH State Treasurer D. H. HEFFLEBOWEB Attorney General L. C. BOYLE Auditor of State W. H. MORRIS Congressman N. B. M'CORMICK Appellate Judge S. W. M'ELROY State Senator Maj. LEVI PRITCHARD The republican newspapers of Kan sas have been busily engaged for som...

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 August 1896

dJooblanbtlepublfc OFFICIAt COUNTY PAPER. F. U. STEWART, Fublislier. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oae year $1 9 months j? Inree months...... Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the PostofEce at Goodland, Ran., for transmission through the mails, as aecond class mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For President WILLIAM J. BRYAN ior Vice-President ARTHUR SEWALL Chief Justice Congressman at Large TGvernor Lien tenant Governor .Lt;retary of State State Treasurer 1). II Attorney General i.iHitnr nl Kfnt FRANK DOSTER .... J. D. BOTKIN .... J. W. LEEDY .... A. M. HARVEY W. E. BUSH HEFFLEBOWER L. C. BOYLE W. H. MORRIS Appellate Judge S. W. M'ELROY Suite Senator . Maj. LEVI PRITCHARD Ebyax's journey to New York was a virtual triumphal tour. The weather and the campaign are both at the boiling point. McKinley. will not speak at Topeka, after all As Bryau was to be there, the reason is obvious. The railroads are being investigated by the inters...

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 August 1896

DELIKQUEHT TAX LIST. OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER, SHEttMAN COUNTY, KANSAS. Notice is hereby (riven that so much of each tract of the following Jand, or town lot;, sitna tel in Sherman county, Kana3, described In the following lists;, as may be nectissary for that pnrposo, v.'ili. on the firt Tuesday of September, 1306, and the nsst succeeding days, be sold by me at public auction at my office for the taxes and charges thr-raon. for the year lift). II. S. E ULO N , County Treasurer. LAND. Name of Owner Description. Sec. C. N. Walker, lot i and south half of northeast i W. F. Fanner, lot 2 and south half of northwest i B. V. Auxier, lot i and south half of northeast... 2 J. VV. Turner, northwest 2 Charles W. Caliahan, lot 1 and south half of northeast 3 M. Griswold, southeast 3 E. E. Judd, northeast 4 VV. H. Hocker, southwest 4 C. C. Perdieu, southeast 4 James Forbes, southeast of Tp. R. 6 37 6 37 6 57 6 37 6 37 James Forbes, west half of southwest James Forbes, northeast of southwest ...

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 August 1896

LAMD-r -t LAM D Continued. LIST CF LOTS. LQTS-CoiitLaued. L0T2.-O riKioa. Sac. Td. R. -Aihert M C l L ii i a ir.v :ri ye lie .... A j r.:chf-y 10:3 1 &. 2 & e 1-2 nw iiviiCfciUsw lot33 ftjie i-2sw rti!.:ican Investment Co-.ne. - O P Ramsey s'.v rarity Aim aw . UsrrnjG King 5W Dalqnrd II J Micy ne . Aic Martin sv; (' J Brewer nw H E DonCarios ne.... . y H Helper sw .... Thomas Kier sw OF B liven se f'f:tcr Baker lw H E Eatfii sw .... Waiter Hickling te V H .Martin ne T C Ware ns Alice Kearns lots 3 U 4 & 5 & i eov M J Ware lots 6 & 7 . . e 1-2 sw J S Miles cw V H Prcctor sw John Wall ne C S Magre sw George Bitr.qerstnft nw A J Atherton ';w A S Ambler ne - John Kier n.v G W liottie se , C Johnson 11 w J W Barr se V j Smith tie .... J S Ban se J Gerard se A S Ambitr ne Unknown sw se C F Bliven sw Thoma Coiiier ne Mrs E C Ca-c n.v J O Phelps jr. ne Adam Meyer nw G P Kinsley ne Alex Braxtnn rr.v John Bassingcr o.v American Investment Co.lv.'. EM Mea'.iff sw J 13 Kogei...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 14 August 1896

LOTS- Continued, Name of Owner Description. Let. Bile Sherman co. Ivt. co. Second Ad dition to tioooland iS 26) 17 18 26 " 19 26 ao 26 21 z& ' " " 22 26 a 26 21 20 L. A. Jackson 1 1 27 2 21 3 21 II. 8. Rulon L. A. Jackson Sherman co. Dvt. Co. J. C. Harlan L. A. Jackson B. c. Kleiuschrnidt 5 V 6 27 7 27 23 27 24 27 19 29 21 29 22 29 23 29 24 29 H. M. Haller H. c. Kleinschmidt Lyda McDowell L. A. Jackson Sherman co. Dvt. co. Jane Smith Exchange Bank H. c. Kleinschmidt Sherman Co. Drt. Co. J. B. Allaback 3 31 4 31 8 31 12 31 4 3 5 3i 21 31 22 31 9 32 10 32 11 3 i. 12 3) 1 33 2 33 5 33 6 33 9 33 10 33 ( 11 33' II 33 f 7 33 i 18 33( 19 33 f 20 33' 7 34 8 341 9 34 I Jo 34 11 34 12 34 I 1 35, 2 35 r, 3 35 f 4 35 ' 5 35 14 35 9 35 20 35 19 36 I 20 36 f 7 37 8 37 9 37 10 37 12 37 9 38 39 1 12 39 ) 16 39 J7 39 20 39 24 39 14 4J 15 40 17 40 11 41 12 41 20 41 24 41 1 42 Sheiman co, Dvt. co. Mrs. Ilala Gardner Sherman co. Dvt. co. II. C Kleinschmidt W. C. Mcfherson L. A. Jackson H c Kleinsch...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 14 August 1896

uani ouuuuuiiMi. Iatsrestisy Dialogs? Edtwesa Webb Ec Nall at 2?et TJry. Soma Old Republican Financial Flank fuaj lato the Breach to Stady Over-Webb MeXa'.l Flashes Ancieut Hiatory. D. 0. McCray relates the following story in the St. Loais Republic: A few days ago Webb McNall, the leader of the republican free silver bolt in the Sixth district, was in To peka. lie met his old friend Newt Ury of Fort Scott, who has recently been nominated by the republicans for member of the Kansas legislature. These two men have been the "two old cronies" of the republican party cf Kansas for years. They have slept to gether at state conventions, chummed together at grand lodge meetings, drank Kansas drug store booze out of the same bottle, and rounded up many a delegation of Kansas "Jays" when the bosses had on hand a scaly job to run through the legislature or a state con vention. The meeting here was the first since Webb jumped over the fence into the free silver pasture. Ury was sitting in front...

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 August 1896

V7 "V 6 l- . :. V VOLUME 10. 600DIAND, KANSAS, FKIMY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1890. SIX PAGES. Nuimi:; till! Will 111 The Populist Yice-Prsiideniial Nominee At tacks Ms Opponent. He Says Sewall Is an Eastern Protectionist Bryan Brands as False the State ment That He Was Employed by silver Mine Owners. Washington, Aug-. 19. Thomas Ii Watson, the populist vice presidential nominee, is out with another state ment In his comments on Mr. Bryan's New York speech and the conduct oi the campaign in general, Mr. Watson says: To expect to defeat MoKicIey without saving & word against McKlnley Is something new tinder the sun, but Mr. Bryan's silence was proper and necessary. He could not afford tc denounce protection while Mr. Sewall, his run ning mate is so well known as a protectionist Mr. Sewall is even now acting in leaKue with the republicans to secure legislation which will levy tribute upon every American consumei of foreign goods in the selfish inte.efct of the New England shipbuilders,...

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 August 1896

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. h STEWART, - faMisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Or.s- year W 50 f-x months ' Ihrco months 0 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Watered at the PostolP.ee at Goodland, Kan., fur transmission through the maiis, as second class mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For President WILMAM J. JJRYAN' For Vice-President ARTHUR SEWALL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. MORRIS CLIGCflTT ALBERT PERRY fi. T. PITTS SIDNEY HAYDEN J. 1). (iOSHORS VV. H. LINTON' ERL M. BLACKSHERE.... C A. MILLER, at lare JAMES R. LOGAN, at largo H.J. ROETZEL, at large.... ...Piti-bunr Troy .Wellington Holton ...Iola fc'horryvale Elmdalo Saiina Lincoln ..Ellinwood STATE TICKET. ( Lief Justico FRANK D0STT5R (iHiifrOosman at Large J. 1. EOThfX Governor J. W. LEF.DY Lieutenant Goveraor A. M. IIAR.AEY Secretary of Slate W. E. Bl'SH State Treasurer D. H. HEFFLEIJOWER Attorney General L. 0. BO LE Auditor of State W. II. MORRIis Conpressinan N. 15. M'CORMK.'K Appellate...

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. — 21 August 1896

DELIEQUEHT TAX LIST. OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER, SHERMAN COUNTY, KANSAS. Notice is heroby given that bo much of each tract of t!io following land, or towo lots, situa ted in Shrrmaa county, Kansas, deecribed in the following lists, as may be necessary for that purpose, will, on the first Tuesday of September, lS'jti, and the next succeeding Jays, be sold by me at public auction at my office for the taxes and charges thereon, for the year 155. H. S. KULON. County Treasurer. LAND. Name of Owner Description. C. N. Walker, lot i and south half of northeast W. F. Fanner, lot 3 and south haif of northwest B. F. Auxier, lot I and south half cf northeast J. W. Turner, northwest Charles W. Callahan, lot i and south half cf northeast M. Griswoid, southeast E. E. Judd, northeast W. II. Hcckcr, southwest C. C. Perdicj, southeast James Forbes, southeast of northwest James Forbes, west half of southwest James Forbes, northeast of southwest Howard Investment company, northwest G. W. iiottochan, no...

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. — 21 August 1896

LAftD-Contiaued. Kama of Owner Description. Secs Tp. Albeit Martin nw 30 8 C F Blivea so , 30 8 ne"' 3t 8 A J Richey lot3 I & 2 & e 1-2 nw 31 8 BeaClieiiew lo:s 3 & 4 & e i-2svv 31 8 American Investment Co., ne. 32 8 O P kiii?ey fw 32 8 Charley Aim nw 33 8 George Kihg sw 33 8 A Palijuers .... ,. .... .... 31 S H J Macyue 35 8 Alex Martin sw 35 8 G J Brewer n.v 1 9 H E Don Carlos ne 2 9 P H Helper sw 2 9 Thomas Kier gw 3 9 C F Blivea ge 3 9 Peter Baker nw 4 9 H E Eaton sw 4 9 Walter Hickling so 4 9 W H Martin ne 5 9 TCWarene 6 9 .lice Kcarns lots 3 & 4 & 5 & 8 e ... . 6 9 M Ware lots 6 & 7 . . e i-z sw 6 g J S Miles nw 7 9 W H Proctor sw 7 9 John Wall ce 8 9 C S Magre ew 8 9 Gaorge Uigserstaa nw 9 9 A J Athertort sw 9 9 A S Ambler ne w 9 John Kier nw ' 9 G W Hottle se io 9 C J Johnson nw " 9 J VV 15arr se .... 12 y W J Smith ne 13 9 J S Ban se U 9 J Gerard se 14 9 AS Ambler ne 15 9 Unknown gw 16 9 se i5 9 C F Bliven rw - .... 17 9 Thomas Collier ne 18 ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 21 August 1896

V LOTS--Continued. Name of Owner Description. Lot Bl'k. Sherman co. Fiyt. Co. Secocd Ad dition to Goodiand 16 26 ) 17 26 18 26 19 26 20 26 3 36 21 26 22 26 23 26 24 20 I 27! ! 3? I 20 8 1-2 3 27 7 27 39 23 27 39 24 27 33 19 29 34 21 )1 11 H ' 24 29J 3 31 39 4 31 39 8 31 II 22 12 31 47 M 31 39 15 31 22 43 21 31 39 22 31 39 9 32 47 10 32 9 38 12 32 VJ 1 33 40 2 33 41 j 5 33 14 95 I 6 33 6 05 m "! 7 33 1 19 33 f ' 20 33 ' 7 34 " 22 8 34 1 9 34 I 10 34 I 92 11 34 I 12 34 I 55 K 62 3 35 4 4 35 ' 5 35 iS 14 35 18 '9 35 21 20 35 21 20 36 f " 7 37 39 8 37 14 95 9 37 39 10 37 7 48 12 37 11 22 9 38 3 73 " 39 14 95 12 39 S 4 " 16 39 48 J7 39 9 33 20 39 48 24 39 61 14 40 39 15 4 39 17 40 39 11 41 39 12 41 48 2D 41 40 24 41 47 1 42 3J 2 42 30 3 42 30 4 42 3 13 43 31 i i 19 44 30 3 45 54 5 45 54 6 45 54 10 45 54 13 45 67 33 14 45 67 33 16 45 78 18 45 78 20 45 78 22 45 78 23 45 78 1 46 78 2 46 78 3 46 78 4 46 8 5 46 78 6 46 78 7 46 78 8 46 78 n 46 56 4 47 48 5 47 48 7 47 48 18 47 39 2 48 18 69 n 4...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 21 August 1896

till Ell. Farmer Sa&dgraaa Eeceives the light on tie Currency Question. LiifhtulBS Does fur Him What All the Wise Men and Oculists Couldn't Do la Regard to Opening Ilia Eyes to Sight. Farmer Snodgrass bas experienced a political metamorphosis. This is the result of a miracle. Farmer Snodgrass wa9 blind. That is, to some things. No on.9 could squint down a squirrel rifle with truer eye, or detect the surrepti tious approach of the small boy to his water melon patch as well as he. But politically, he was as blind a3 a bat at high noon. His political view, there fore, was limited to the description he found in the columns of the Gold town Bugle, which he had read, man and boy, for 40 years. Farmer Snodgrass was a republican by tradition and birth, and a gold-bug t hrough the travails of his party at their late convention. He had inherited his politics from his father and also several well-appointed farms. He echoed the platform's sophisms of "parity," and de clared for a money that...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 21 August 1896

f5 1 1 E 1AMPI0N ACCi :al. nomination. L lib OM-.Y FAULTLESS LOGIC EMPLOYED IX UIS SEW YORK SPEECH. fTweflty Thotmand People Hear Sil ver's Champion and Applaud Hi ir resistible Argument Hi Bright Say ings Eiaphaalzed. New Tork, Aug. 12. William Jennings Bryan wag formally notified today of his nomination for the Presidency by the Dem ocratic national convention. Madison Square Garda was the scene of the Im posing ceremony. Fully 20,000 people had secured admittance to the vast amphithea ter. Such Interest and enthusiasm had neyer before been manifested in a similar event Tne sueech of notification was made by Governor William J. Stone of Missouri. The response of Mr. liryan was read from print- : ed manuscript His speech is pronounced by those who heard it the most convincing effort for campaign purposes ever made by a Presidential candidate. Mr. Bryan made no attempt at oratorical ,f.;gnts. He had proved himself at Chicago .the foremont orator of the country. At his old home at Sa...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 21 August 1896

nop fin 'D '.? 5 ? :-' ? i.j t fa & w ft a 2 T" AN EVENTFUL LIFE. ui Whitnah Leedy Became the Central Figure In Kansas Politics. 7 AS A SOLDIER AT THE AGE OF FOURTEEN. 'Squire Gore Concluded to Employ Him as a Farm Hand. CAREER AN INSPIRATION TO YOUTH. c ly 5niles When Her Husband Tells Gf Their Early Struggles -A Pretty Picture cf Domestic Ties The .Sincere Con gratulations of a Newsboy Deeply Touched the Democratic-Populist Candidate. ?, Kan., Aug. 15. In this little city, ! of John Leedy, the people say tne Democratic ani Populist parties .;s wisest thing possible when they .Jii-'l Leedy for Governor. Those who ;.:.own him ever since he came to a.te bfcueve he is a man whose popu vill grow with the rapidity of geo ul progression from now until the :-r. i fcjr,d of adversity which i3 not mis s made a statesman and the central la Kansas politics of Leedy. Finan verses brought out the strong points character. He himself did not dream ed the ability to become, within years, a pas...

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. — 28 August 1896

VOLUME XL COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. ONLY PAPEB PUBLISHED IN COUNTY. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FMDAY MOSNING, AUGUST 28, 1896. SIX PAGES. NUMEEfi I II 1 MB !. Ix-Governor cf Missouri Appointed Secretary of the Interior. jeslient Cleveland Quick to Choose Hoki Smith's Successor The Appointee Has g Been a Champion of the Cleve land "Wing of Democracy. WaseI56tok, Aug. 26. Ex-Gov. Da vid R. Francis, of Missouri, will suc ceed Hoke Smith as secretary of the interior. This news came last night from Gray Gables and with it comes the announcement that Mr. Francis has accepted the position and will as sume its duties when Mr. Smith retires next Saturday. The announcement rather surprised Washington, more be cause of the suddenness with which it followed on the heels of the announce ment of Mr. Smith's retirement thin because of the selection. The reasons for Secretary Smith's voluntary with drawal from the cabinet were under stood as soon as the announcement was made on Saturday, and it wai B....

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. — 28 August 1896

ooalano iaepupiic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. P. II. STEW ACT. Palllsber. TERMS 07 SUcSCiuPTIOJi. f-,; yrtT $1 50 - 3 EioniLs , 13 iirw numtus ,.. J - Aj'.-ai-iUing rates re&.soaatla and liberal dis- iii-;rd at the Poatotiiee at Goodlaad, Kan., if transmission throui?lJ the nmlii, as second i.3s mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For President. WILLIAM J. BBYAK .. ARTHUR SEW ALL PEHSIDENTIAL ELECTOBS. .?iOT?KI3 CLKiGITT. ..Pitt-burg ALr,3.T PRR G.T.PITTS c T ft V V IT t V f V V lroy .. Wellington Holton Iola . Cherryvale Elmdale Salina Lincoln ...Ellin wood J, B.GOsHORN V-MI. LIS TON EASJj M. BLACESHEBE C. . jTILLKB. et lare JAMES R. LOfrAN, at larje ii. J. BOETZEL, at large STATE TICKET. Cliief Justice FBAXK DOSTEB t'yrgreisman at Large... Governor Lieutenant Governor J. D. BOTKIN . J. W. LEEDY A. M. HARVEY . . . W. E. BUSH !-t-ret".-y of Mate. state Treasurer D. H. HEFFLEBOWEK L. G. HOYLE W. H. MORBI3 X. R. M'CORMICK Attorney treneral.... Auditor of State Congressman Appellate Ja...

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. — 28 August 1896

USQ'UEBT.'TAX LIST. ".V- 11 C t 1 ICE OF COUNTY TREASUR EB, SHERMAN COUNTY, KANSAS. N'orifo w hereby givea that eo mnrh of eacb twivi the following land, or town lots, situa ted iu Sherman county, Kansas, described in the Tu' lists, as may be necessary for that r.)rix.r wiii, oq the first Tuesday of soptcmber, ' ' j, auJ the next succeeding days, be sold by publie auction at my otlice for the taxes and charges thereon, for ihs year 1825. II. S. ItULCN County Treasurer. LAND. N-if-e of Owner Description. Sec. Tp. R. Am't. CK- Walker, lot i and south . hatfcf northeast I 6 37 7 99 W. F Fanner, lot a and south half of northwest I 6 37 7 99 15 I' . Auxier, lot 1 and south ii 4 if of northeast 2 9 57 815 J W. Turner, northwest 2 6 37 960 Charles W. Callahan, lot 1 and south half of northeast. . J... 3 6 37 822 M. Griswold, southeast 3 6 37 9 60 K. E. Judd, norther-st..., 4 6 37 960 W. H. Hocker, southwest 4 6 37 9 60 C. C. Perdieu, southeast 4 6 37 9 60 James Forbes, southeast of northwe...

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. — 28 August 1896

LAMD-ConticueJ. LIST CF LOTS. LOTS-Ccatinued. LOTS.-CoEilnuid. LOTG-Cxtttisued. ' LAND-ContiauoJ. Name of Owner Description. Sec Aib&ft Martin aw 30 C F Eiivea se..'. .. 30 ne'4 .. 31 A J Richey lots J Sc 2 & e 1-2 dw 31 I i-;iChe!!ewlots3&4 &ei-2sw 31 American Iavestmciit Co.,ne. 32 O P Rainsey sw 32 Charley Aim n .... 33 George King sw .... 33 A Dalquers 34 H J Macy ce 35 A'.ex Martia sw 35 0 j brewer nw 1 H E Don Carlos ne 2 V H Helper sw 2 Thomas Kitr sw 3 C F feiivea se 3 Peter Baker nw 4 II Eaton sw , 4 W alter Hickling se 4 VV H Martin ne 5 TCWarene 6 Alice Reams lots 3 & 4 & 5 & s e nw 6 M VVare lots 6 & 7 . . e 1-2 sw 6 j b Miles nw 7 W H Proctor sw ...... 7 John Wall ne 8 C 5 Magre sw 8 Gaorge BiggerstaS nw 9 A J Atherton sw 9 A S Ambler ne 10 John Kier nw 10 G W Hot tie se 10 C J Johnson nw j 1 J W Earr se 12 W J Smith ne 13 J S Ban se 13 J Gerard se 14 A S Ambler ne 15 1 uknown sw 16 se 16 C F Bliven sw 17 Thomas Collier ne lis Mrs E C Cas...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 28 August 1896

LOTS-Continued. -VBjof 0.rsr LVjoriptioa. Lot. Tk. Am't. Suarni&n to. Dvt. co. Socond Ad L0T3-i;iwJ- Xa of OwcfDcscnlon."Lot. El'k." Am't G M caldwell luiid Addition 19 w LOTS--Ccnthted. Nacs of Owner De-vription. Lot. Ei'k. KaiTALLo,CKAN Aiiios sS 13 T) 13 . - : - 30 13 JoimAr : 31 13 33 13 CPEiiiii - 15 is 16 id John Eilir.e 30 19 Laura 2 Alloa " 21 i9 33 19 J D Ct: tLbertscn SLarp' Addition 1 1 LOTS Coutiiiuc Am't. Aatt. Aa.t. Xsme of Cwu"r Pescripti Lot. Elk. Amt. TX she dift-'ict our? vM 1! ;i;wor. j JL cial dbirict. ssUsej ii a-vt L,e r-t - - ' dition to ijotnafld is so ) Weber and Alfred lftun, tw:,T-s . . Xarae cf OwEir Dercrii-tkio. Lot. Bik. 4 3i 5 31 - 6 3i ' 73' ' S 31 9 31 w 31 11 31 17 26 18 26 20 26 3 36 21 26 22 26 23 26 24 S6J L. A. Jacksva ' " 1171 2 27 1 20 gi-2 3 27 n.s.Ral&n ;; 5 H ,oj8 L. A. Jackson " 7 V 39 Sherman co. Dvt. Co. " 23 27 39 J. C. Karlan " 24 27 39 ; L. A. Jackson " 19 29 34 U. a Kleiasramidt " 21 29" " 29 1 29 23 29 24 29J H.M. Haller " ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 28 August 1896

v PEKSOKAX X0TE3. ! John Bock returned Monday from an re; TUCHSTSX AND THE JUDGE. S'ory ef How n Greai Corporation Lavryer ! Was Squelched. Editor Hitchcock of the Omaha World -Herald was at the Brown yester day, saj-3 Saturday's Denver News. Discussing the situation in the lobby of the Brown Palace last night with a number of Denver people, Mr. Hitch cock expressed the opinion th&t Neb raska and Iowa were solid for Bryan and Sewall, that the bankers and that elc-Eaent were making all the noise but the wcrkingnen and the middle classes sre exceedingly qaiet, which he took &i an indication that they were not with the gold crowd. Owing to the pe culiar conditions, the average business man, if he i3 for 6ilver, has to be very quiet or have trouble with his bank, and it is Mr. Hitchcock's experience, that the m6n who are so very quiet are determined to vote for Bryan and Sewall, though they will not admit it except in the strictest confidence. Speaking of Senator Thurston, Mr. H...

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