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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 2 October 1896

Z.UD OF HSNRIETTE RENAN. Brother fay "She Died as She Xlac ' Lived. Without Recompense." la May Henriette accompanied M. Eenan on that celebrated expedition to Palestine, the frnits of which were pivea to the world in the "Vie da Jesus." After spending1 some months in Galilee and the Lebanon, they found themselve3 in Beyroufc in September. Their work was nearly finished, and they were eagerly looking1 forward to their return home, when Mdlle. Eenan was seized with fever. The village of Amschitm, near Byblon, a favorite sojourn of hers, seemed preferable to I'eyrout as a resting place for the short remaining time, but scarcely had they removed there when her brother, in his turn, was smitten. There was no one in the village com petent to treat the disease, and when tha doctor from Eeyrout arrived it was too late to sava llenrietle. She died, as she had lived for so long, alone. During her long agony her brother was lying in a state of com plt3 unconsciousness, from which he was arous...

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. — 9 October 1896

:'.!'" 0 ,. . .-. . - : i . n a k . v v y v' VOL. XI. COUXTY A XD CITY OFFICIAL PAPER, QXLY I'M' illl rVKliSUZP tX COCJiTT. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MOKNING, OCTOBER 0, 1893. NO. if I "" 4 S jTorm&l Acceptance of tha Vice Presidential Nomination. THE BEST MGM 15 THE WORLD. It It None Too Good for Those Who Hat Got It The Farting of the Ways The Monopoly of the Gold Power. Bath, Me., Oct 7. lion. Arthur Bew ail, democratic candidate for vice pres ident of the United States, last night made public hia letter of acceptance. It is as follows: Hoa. Stephen B. White, Chairman, and Mem bers of the Notification Committee: Gentlemen: I have the honor to accept in writing, as I have already verbally done, the nomination tendered by you on behalf of the democratic party, as its candidate for vice president of the United States. And In so doing, I am glad, first, to express my satisfaction that the platform of our party, which has command ed my life-long allegiance, is honestly and ful ly d...

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. — 9 October 1896

clooMait&IRepubHc OFFICIAL CQONTY PAPER. F. tl. STEWABT, - - - Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ou3 year $1 50 EL months 75 'litres moDths 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. ittred at the PostotSee at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second ci-i53 mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. ?of President WILLIAM J. BRYAN For Vice-President ARTHUR SEWALL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. MORRIS CL-TWITT Pittsburg ALBERT PERRY Troy G. T.PITTS Wellington SIDNEY HAYDEN Holtou J. B. GOSHORN Iola WML LINTON Cberryvale EASL M. BLACKSHERE Elmdale C.A. MILLER, atlarce Salina JAMES R, LOGAN, at large Lincoln H. J. BOETZEL, at large Ellinwood STATE TICKET. Chief Justice FRANK DOSTER Coujrrossnian at Large J, D. EOTK1N Governor J. W. LEEDY Lieutea ant Governor A. M. HARVEY Secretary of State W. E. Bl'SH State Treasurer D. II. HEFFLESOWER Attoraey General L. C. BOYLE Auditor of State W. H. MORRIS Superintendent of Schools WM. STRYKER Cocir...

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. — 9 October 1896

TH5 LAND OF "PRETTY SCON." I V.novr of e land where the streots are paved With the things which we meant to achieve, 1? is welled with tbe money we meaat to have saved. And the pleasures for which we grieve, The kind words unspoken, the promises broken, And many a coveteu boon, .T9 stewed away there in that land somewhere The land of "Pretty Soon." Tto are uncut jewels of possible fame Ljirv? about in the dust, And many a nobie and lofty aim Corored with mold and rust, icd, ca ! this place, while it seems so near, Is farther away than the moon, Through our purpose is fair, yet we never gat titers To the land of "Pretty Soon." The road that leads to that mystic land Is strewn with pitiful wrecks. And the ships that have sailed for its shining strand Bear fcketetous on their decks. It is farther at noon than it was dawn. And farther at night than at noon. Oh ! let cs beware of that land down there The land of "Pretty Soon." Ella Wheeler Wilcox. LOCAL AND GENERAL. The Wizard leads in l...

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. — 9 October 1896

ANCIENT HOflNS. .a Caiiino Actual Concert Held l Bvery Eaidsamiaer day a unique con cert, is given in Copenhagen, Denmark, Euch as tbe whole world cannot ishew the like of. There are kept in Copen hagen museum a number of ancient Scandinavian horns, more than 3,000 years old, called "Lauren." Oi this collection. 14 are la good, condition. They have an elegant fhape, and tha fiat metal plate3 at tha mouthpiece show good technical parfectloa and a developed taste for art. They sre of different pieces fitted together. They were found buried ia moorland, and their pood preservation is believed to be duo to the turfy water. They are of very thin metal and generally seven feet long. They wero always found ia pairs, the one in taae with, the other. A few yean ago it was found oat by Dr. Ilacnmerich that they could Etill be blown or jlayed upon. Their tones resemble those of the tenor horn, and they have a soft but powerful 6ound. Some are tuned in C and E sharp, others in D, E or G, and th...

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. — 16 October 1896

VOL. XL COUXTY AND CITT omtlAt SMPFX. c:ly pap es rcEU&uED is cccxir. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1G, 1693. CREELTS REPORT. Ths Chief Signal OScer Discusses Telegraph Linss gad Balloons. WILL HELP THEIR DII5G CHESTS. Insurance Companies FIgTiring' 03 Baildinjf Sanitariums for The.'r Consumptive Policy-Holder Torn Sbarkey Threat ens to Foil CorbstVa Noge. Washington, Oct 14.- In his annqal report to the secretary of war, Gen. Greely, the chief signal officer, says the military telegraph lines running through mountainous and desert regions have been maintained in ex cellent order during tha past year. A very superior system of Uaing tbe lines at once for both telegraph and telephone ha3 been perfected by Capt Allen, 0! the signal corps, and with in struments weighing only 15 pounds, including battery, one soldier may be telegraphing a message in Morse, while another is telephoning another message over the same line. His sys tem has been severely tested np to a distan...

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. — 16 October 1896

o ttemtbHd tl O V ICiAL COUNTY PAPER. PaMIshcr. li - Oc fclEsCPTlT OV ir $1 SO .itii3 75 inrrotiia 40 ;-!tir.f rates ivafonablo and libera! di -; .,'! on ftytiu"d contracts, in! at tno n-sieii.-ce at Goodland, Kan., remission tnroufrb the rr.siia, as second ! luatttr. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. rlr il it Y ILTIW J.ERYAX r l x r uu il ill I it SE WALL I r LT1 NTI4L ELEv iOE 5. ( J loGlH Piitsburs? ' I PERTl i Troy T. KiiTS Wellington JiiaiP m ..Hf.iton L. 0 A lo)a J.I f O.n ' Clierryvalo fI M III .L1 r .Elmdale . SiLLEIt. at laiso Salina .: .- R. I.OuAN. at large. Lincoln . J. EDETZEL, at law Ellin wood STATE TICKET f Ju ive e nan at L r i or inut-enant Governor -.rei.-.ry of intate... Ireararer iitlNii P0STE3 . J. D. liOlKI.N J. W. Lt.F.DY A. M. HAH YE if V. E. BUSH 1). II. HL1TLEBOWEK L. C. EOYLE v. Ff. MORRIS irnriiey General u-iitoi- of fctatc uicnntcndcnt of School mi.'rftsman WM sTRYKER li M ( ORMK'X I'l'L'iiat!! JudisO .ita Senator... M'ELROY Mnj. LEY! rRITCHARD COUNTY TICKET. T o...

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. — 16 October 1896

. LGCAL AKD GiXERAL. .," Ilcsses to trada or sell Sea B. F. Brvva. - . Thomas P. Leonard, abstracter and insurance. The frost is getting oata the lata pnrapkia with both feet. XleEoiriber the free silver rally the covins Wednesday night.- Eora, to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jacobs, Saturday October 10, a daughter. "Wanted, eight clear quarters ia town " ship 9, range 30.B. F. Brown. Tha republican county central com Eiittee met at the court house Satur day. ' A brother of J. A. Corkill died at his home in Gago county, Nebraska, last week. The panel of . petit jurors for the November tera of court were drawn Saturday. For abstracts, all kinds of notary work, farm3 to exchange, etc., see M. Robinson. See those samples cf tailor made saits at Dawson Bros. & Co. Fits guaranteed. The wiater cannot bo said to be fairly on uatil the high-fire party makes its appearaace. Any old Sherman county claim and a bunch of cattle beats the best rented farm in the humid east. A Kansas man has figured it o...

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. — 16 October 1896

iNCS Cr A HANGMAN. - &'fi!uar7 History of fca Anstr&IlAa Cderious disappearance seeais to ba inevitable fata e nearly every ? -..f-ir.ati, the latest to fads sile jtrly c." 3j beia? the oSiial has?iaB of V-jrig, Sfcw Couth , Wales. The .j:i's history is a rsarkabla one. lie tns eoq of a wealthy English maiiu fttirer sad. Yecei?ei ea excellent ri-itloiij la 16 S3 he reached ilel hocrss, fender aa engagement to ft bij .-.v las Ej,d spirit firm as head traveler t-t 2. Hilary of 500 per yea?, but after a ;'2-ip?e of years of the work he decided to strike out "on his own hood" and Lfcta snburbaa hotel. This he kept wUh fsir success until 1883, when he sold out and returned to England. There he received a sura of 5,000 from his father for the purpose of siarUnj? in business but an 13 mouthy' Jaunt over Europe and the states v$$ more to his liking and when h arrived in Mel bourne he had eca?cely a penny left to Llees himself wftb. Half a dyan temporary wardens be ing1 required at P...

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. — 23 October 1896

I H ' r k ri 'o; "If k i- 1' t H ' " - VOL. XI. COCNT? AVT CITY OFFICIAL FAFTTt. OJSiY FA PES HBJ-ISUta IN COCKXY. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1650. ;0. o. EMSAS STATE NEWS. There ir& 4 it) G. A. H posta in Kas- 33. A 55,000 creamery will be built at Cawker City. - A Marshall county man this year ecld 25,003 cabbages. Pittsburg has a new city hospital, thoroughly modern in every way. Eurglara entered the post office &t Uanchester and stole 5300 from the safe. Tf.e Elk stata bank has been or ganized at Clyde, Cloud county, with 25,Of0 capitat Emrna Dent, an Ottawa girl, has a so prano voice which her friends think will earn her fame. W. W. Gallins, an aid soldier of Overbrook, fell from a barn he was building1 and broke his neck. An Inexhaustible supply of zinc ore has been discovered near E lb which ia said to be 05 per cent pure. Dr. M. M. Cloud, of Kingman, has been appointed physician at Grand River school, Standing Rock, N. D. E. A. Worderaan, of Arkans...

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. — 23 October 1896

ooblanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWAHT, - . Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One rear., $1 SO Six months Three months Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given, on extended contracts. Entered at the Postoiiice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission throuKh the mails, as second tides mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For President for Vice-Preside.it ... WILLIAM J. BRYAN" AKIIiUR SEWALL PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. MORRIS CLIGGIIT Pittsburg ALBERT PEKRY.. Troy G. T.PITTS Wellington SIDNEY HAYDEN Holton J. B. GOSHORN Iola W. H. LINTON" Chprryvale EASL M. BLACKS II ERE Elmdale C. A. MILLER, at law Salina JAMEH R. LOiiAX. at largo Lincoln H. J. BOETZEL, at lar,'e Eilinwood STATE TICKET. Chief Justice I RANK E'OjsTER Congressman at Large J. Lh EOTKIX Governor J. W. LEEDY Lieutenant Governor V. 51. HARVEY Secretary of State W. E. BUSH Btate Treasurer D. II. 11 E IT LE BOWER Attorney General L. C. BOiLE Auditor of State W. II. MORRIS Superintendent .f Schools WM. ...

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. — 23 October 1896

CHEER UP. Cheer up, ye toilers of the earth, And pray, persua mjr rhyme; ' The miiiionaira can only eat Oae dinner at a time! O.o bed a night alone can rest That form we envy go, And just one journey at a time Is all that he can go! KLs clothe? and hats and shoes may bo Superb beyond compare; ' But just one set of each at once Is all that he can wear. There are so many, many tilings Ilia money cannot buy; And when he's ill, he's just as ill As either you or I. N. Y. Eocorder. LOCAL AXD GENERAL. Houses to trade or selL See 13. P. Brown. Thomas P. Leonard, abstracter and insurance. II, II. Auer had a carload of apples amve this week. Uncle Sam lost 83,000,000 on the postal service last year. Down at Atchison apple orchards are yielding the second crop. A small-sized scrap lent interest to the day's events Saturday. The good are not always gocd, and the bad are not always bad. lion. J. J. Ilitt of Topeka will speak at the court house October 20. There is a whole lot of difference be tw...

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. — 23 October 1896

, MSN'S MAnRIAG'EABLE AGE. Oil Stt ject Discussed From a New Point el lsv!. , It is a singular fuct that the discus- filoa of matrimony in all its aspects is . always made relative to the woman. It 33 as if she was the most interested of the tvro persons in the case, and had looked upon marriage ia the light of en achievement, upon whose laurels shs could rest for the remainder of her life. The ae at which she should achieve matrimony is gravely dis cussed; also her qualifications for that picturesque institution of society Yet marriage is not a one-sided affair. There is a man in the case. What of him? At what a ge should a. man marry? This experiment of home-making' con tains as many complex elements, some hidden, some apparent 'or him as for the woman. Much of its success depends upon the way he has approached it, sod the way in which he has approached it depends upon his ajre. A man at 34 will see differently and act differently from his manner of seeing and acting at 24, that i...

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. — 30 October 1896

VOL. XI. COUNTY AND CITY OFFICIAL PAFER. GOODLAND, KANSAS. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER SO, 1800. EIGHT PAGES. 0. 10. IN CURRENT COMMENT.' Tdk totai number of voters regis tered in Chicago was 333,515, an excess of S2.S35 over the city of New York, which was 831,130. President Cleveland did not get lis name on the registration books in New York, and so he cannot vote at the coming- election. Last year the shipment of apples froia this country to Europe was 783, GOO barrels, and this fall 775,000 barrels have already teen eent over. The Orango Judd Farmer 6ays that the potato crop is 245,4S0,000 bushels, a decrease of mors than 50,000,000 bush els or lTyi per cent, compared with a yearago. . Fifty prominent ladies of Brooklyn have combined ia a Dress Culture club, pledged to wear dresses three inches from the ground in fair weather and six inches on rainy or snowy days. William Choeenski traded his wife to Stanley Moloski for a meerschaum pipe at Warrior Run, near Wilkes barre, Pa., recen...

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. — 30 October 1896

f'CirlTS FOR THE PEOPLE. "The borrower is servant to the '.. nvr," says Holy Writ. Mark Hanna f. lo notes nr"tirt U JUam McKinley : lota a amount of 5118,000. Don't imagine that beeause every tsi;;? is our way now it will do to stop .worn: aad lay down. There should be r..- l.t-up la the fight until the battle 16 won, Tories and cowards to the rear! Irare men are wanted in the front to 'ithstaiid the shock of battle when the aliled hosts of a moneyed oligarchy attack- the citadel of human liberty. The populist ideas of the money o:estion are cow being accepted by ail parties opposed to the gold standard,- That is something- for a party ocly four years old to be proud of. Nonconformist The people's party is not yet large sor strong enough to spend its time in internal discord, therefore let's all pull together for our national ticket Let us all stop criticising each other . and co in to win. Nonconformist They try to injure Bryan by saying- that he voted for Vt'eaver in 1392, aad the...

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. — 30 October 1896

4i! JS C)UUuC COUNTY PAPER. 1 ftu.ig.icr. lE.SCRirTIOX. : $1 50 75 4i ;.s ivjwouable and liberal dis- :,--iiiiol cuutracts. s 'sytorlice at GowllaBii, Ran., iiiroajfh the laaiig, as second 'S PARTY TICKET. WILLIAM J. BRYAN ARTHUR SEWALL TDFNTIAL ELECTOES, i..Iil. KEY.... ...Pittsburg 1 roy .Wellington liolton Tola . Chf-rryvaie !Im.lale Salina Lincoln . . Ellinwood lYDE.W ''irL'VaixYiEHE!!!! h.JT!. at lanrs r - i-iAN, at large h.ZyL, at largo,... TATE TICKET. FBAXK DOSTER . at Large J. D. B0TK1N J. V. LEEDY .jtiUioyeroor A. M. HAKYEY v ,f ctnte W. E. BUSH .cV--.--.3tw D. H. HEFFLEROWER v-eral L. C. BOYLE v:4Staf W. H. MORRIS -tirtoat of Schools.. VM. STRYKER , -man N.B. M'( "OR MICK :.w3 Judge S. V. M'ELROY wT-itoj: Maj. LEY! PRITCHARD COUNTY TICKET. :-.ntaUve F.H.SMITH ...bato jurlw :..R. A. KENT ;': -.! of the district court.... L. H. HAXEY s ;!crintcrnii.-nt of public instruction .... R.C.SMITH vmm attorney JOHN HARTZLKR uaiiiy surveyor WILLIAM BUTLER e-i.cni-ioner, Third distric...

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. — 30 October 1896

FAVOR OF TH POPUUSTS. ' . j ar-son of 1'epu'jlican anil Populist Kspsnditares 'n Siate Affairs. The re-publicans are floodiag the - e- with a leaflet which is as false a L.-fy conscience arid dishonest pen esa nake it. R. II. Semple of Topeka L .s prepared a statement answering the 1-aflet, taking the figures from the uELoidl records in the state house and . t aring to the correctness of the same. The following is his statement:. No. 1 Republican leaflet No. 2. Official rpcord i'JA. 1SS4. Crf.vbriior's department. .$ 11,514 01 $ 14,514 31 s.j;p-tary of state tytu it y.iwi .Si Otor of state k,2S3 10 lU.Sfl 10 ! reivmrer of state CI J:643 61 Attorney general 777 CO 7,377 GO Mjponnttijuleut public in- "traction 6.W0 00 6.M0 CO t5icutjve council 16.466 20 lr.4 Of) .tiijutant general 22.51 27 22,K)1 27 bintft boards, commissions 68,270 el 65,270 ei Per diem and mileage of rebuts, etc 12.656 57 13,650 57 Iiistitute for blind, Kan- ;," ity 19,327 67 19,327 67 Jii.-Uiuta for deaf and duiiib...

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. — 30 October 1896

E.VTLS OF DEMONETIZATION. ;Ia L&ao oi Tientj Ken, TTosuea ad Children Wsnt tot rood. ' United States Senator Jones, c? X'e--..Yada, writes as ic.IIev.-s in tie October Arena: - Vy-g-ps fall wixh pricey The ocn-ir-itting of business naturally throws h great deal of labor idle en the market, tad in order to find any chance to earn p. livelihood, men are obliged to take the -rirst place that offers no matter hov lew the price. Lockouts, long periods of enforced idleness, and small earnings when employed, koou crush the spirits of the laboring people. They are made to look on the chance to work as a favor tend not as a right. Thus the standard of manhood is lowered; and as the cof fers of the rich are being filled to burst ing by gains which arise largely from tli 9 direct contributions of the poor in rents interest, etc., the condition of the latter gradually grows worse. To this may be traced most of the crime and misery , in the land. The prisons and lunatic asylums teeming with ...

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. — 30 October 1896

A CASS OF TELEPATHY. tre Lady Appeared In a Visloa at tha Tiai of ler Ceath. A psntlcman took a house ia Ireland for sis Eontbs ad waa accompanied thither by bis kHz sad daughters The boue was furnished acd had plenty of bedrooms. Therefore it wa3 decidsdnot to uss a certaia lare, long ream with cupboards along1 oae side (which had all been locked aad sealed cp with tape) in which things belong1 . Ing ta the owners of the house had fceon put away. One evening one of the daughters, jroirjsr to her room, saw en eld lady wrapped ia a shawl walk In? alon? the passage in front of her. The old lady appeared to know her "way and hurried oa without hesitation iato the uansed room. The girl called hr sister and they followed the dame into the room. Bat all was silent; no one was there; the dust lying about showed do tigris of footprints. Shortly after tha same youDg1 lady was reading on the hearthrug by fire light. Looking up she beheld the old lady Etandin in the doorway watch ing her. Grea...

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. — 30 October 1896

A ii. ilia a h. ,m ii I " """iiilL r7'r fflp. ! Dioiiic. i pili;i. wmi mimm populist. !jmoiBC. . : ni. .yff -or ir(.,.,.,jfc ! For I'renidont For Free ident I For President For Vrenident For Frexidotit For I'rftKidont: 'I For PreMrieiit ll "7 ',' VILLIAM HcKINLEY. j WILLIAM J. BRYAN. WILLIAM J. BRYAN. JOSHUA LEVERING. CHARLES E. BENTLEY. WILLIAM J. BRYAN. JOHN M. PALMER- f 'ZZL-JiZl l Yico-Pre.i(itiit. i For Yice-I'reodnnt For Vicn-I'rcxidnt For Vioe-Prtwident For VicH-PreMdenr. For Vic-President For Vico-PrOhddeut For Vi .PitMd.ut .' "J 1 GAEBETT A.EOBART. j THOMAS E. WATSON. ARTHUR SEWALL. HALE JOHNSON. JAMES H. SOUTHGATE. THOMAS E. WATSON. SIMON B. BUOKNER. j . , Electors will make a crors-mark, ' Electors will make a cross-mark, Electors will make a cross-mark. Electors will make a cross-mark, Electors will make a cross-mark, Electors will make a cross-mark, Electors will make a cross-mark, Eleo.oJ ' will make a cross-mark, ( j J thj(X) in tha iiuare at the left of the ! thus (X...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
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