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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 December 1896

t! I' u: tt u tu Vf Y li (a lu dC re Co in F3 1 .. tut 13 I a Ctli GRANT AND WASHINGTON. Two WcnUerfni Sriilj TTfctch "TbeCsa- tary Magazine lias Soc.isadi'or One of the beet friends that Cea. Grant ever had was Horace l'orter. There firstnicetrng vas at Chattaaoog-a in the autumn of 1SG3. and bocd. after Gets, (then Captain) Pprts-r became a eraember of Grant's staff and served with Lini constantly until Lee's surrender. li2n Grant became president Horace Tcrter was made his private secretary, and until Gen. Grant breathed his last ;at ifount ileGregor tho two men were close friends. Nor did Gen. Porter's .love for his chief cease with his death, for to Lim is due the success of the move ment to raise the half million of dollars -which the Grant monument in River side park will cost. The inauguration of the tomb will take place next spring cn Grant's birthday, and Gen. Torter v i21 be the orator of the occasion. During' these years of intimacy with Grant Gen. Forter kept a diary, a...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 December 1896

VOL. XI. couxnr and city official paper. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1803, NO. 10. HE MESSAGE. President Cleveland's Lstt9r to tits Fifty-Fourth Congress. &n Exhaustive Review of Oar Domestic and Foreign Affairs Prompt 8Dd Radical ' Financial Legislation Eecommended Work of tho Departments. WAsniXGTOy, Dec 7. The Fifty Fourth congress assembled for the short session at noon to-day. Soon after committees from the house and senate waited on the president and in formed him that they were ready to receive any communication he miht have to make. The president then , sent to congress the following message: I To the Congress of tne United States: J As representatives of the people In the legis lative branch of their government you have as sembled at a time when the strength and ex cellence of our free institution and the fitness bf our citizens to enjoy popular rule have been again made manifest. Apolitical contest In volving momentous consequences, fraught with feve...

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. — 11 December 1896

oblanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. "ty IL STEWART, ruhlislier. TESMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oao year "frx months fliren months.. fl 50 7n 40 Advertising rates reasonable, and liberal dig- f!i,n:t pinn r.n extended con tracts, - liaifen-d at the Postoltics at Goodland, Kan., " for transraigsion throuKti the mails, as second iti mii matter. , KS. E2YAN OS TEE FUTUEE. Mr. Bryan, in the December issue of The North American Review, contri butes au article, entitled, "Has the Election Settled the Money Question?" Naturally ho declares that it has not. Mr, Bryan first maintains that in the vest and south, where the agitation for free biker had been conducted for a long time, the vote in favor of it was the strongest. The gains in the eastern and middle states, he also thinks, were pheaomenal when the shortness of the campaign and the prejudices which it vras necessary to combat are consider ed. He believes firmly that there will be a great change in these states before 19CO, because it will ...

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. — 11 December 1896

THE PALACE IN ASHES. Tha Euildicg and Entire Contents Totally Destroyed by Fire. The Hotel Was at One Time the Eustia Court House Daring the County Seat War "Was the Property or the B. & M. Saturday morning at 12:40 the Palace hotel was discovered to be oa Ere by Dan Kit)?, the Enuis & Walker 'bus driver. King was preparing to make the west-bound Rock Island train, due here at 1:15 a. m., when be saw a light at the northwest corner of the Palace kitchen which was also the northwest extremity of the building. King at first thought the light was from a lantern or a match, and paid no attention to it. A minute later, however, his attention was again attracted that way and he 6aw that the whole side of the kitchen was on lire and burning fiercely. Some C;oe f alia. He gave the alarm immediately, and rushed into the hotel to arouse the oc cupants. The Seamen sisters, the pro prietors, slept on the ground floor, as did the help. They hurriedly dressed and ran upstairs to arouse 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. — 11 December 1896

1 f' " St far your coney and say-j needless esp& s. co. It is irue ecpp.'oaiy to build op with - l3 Sarsaparilia Tis Bf!t-!a fact the One Tree Blood Pnrifler. lirAa pillc are prompt, efficient an 1,'-'vU easyiaeaecu S56l3. CARLYLE AND TAINE. Im Kchouls of HlstCTlans The Idealist nd the iiate lalist. la discussing the question of how liTscorj is to be written, by the idealist or the materialist, a writer draws the cUstinctioa between Taine and Carlyle: Thre are writers the late M. Tatne was a brilliant example of them who make of history a mere depart ment of physics, "eiaereice Naturae ichichtaj" as the Germans would say; for v.tiom the annals of the world are nqthlng more than a record of necessi tated transformation and movement, and itsaajes, saints and heroe3 mere puppets, "impotentpieces in the game" played by natural selection. There are others Cailyie may serve as their tpukesman who tell ns: "Universal history, the history of what man has accomplished in this world, is a...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 December 1896

VOL. XI. CCUXTY AND CITY OFFICLit. PAPEI. 0LV PATES fCBLl5Hii LN COOIS GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1893. NO. 17, S s CURRENTJCOMMENT. i Tncontract for the bridge across tbe Iludson river between New York and Jersey City involves the expendi ture of 25,000,000. The consumption of horse and donkey flesh as human food appears to be on the increase in Paris. Last year 30,000 horses alone were thus disposed of in the French capital. Ik the dead letter office at Yashin tcn 6,2o3,3G3 pieces of mail matter were received during the past year, having about 33,S00 enclosed, and 87 per cent, of the money wa3 restored. Emigsatkw to America bas created F.uch a scarcity of farm Lands in Ger many that land owners are importing Chinese coolies in hordes for field work in various sections of that country. New Yobk, following the example of London, has been establishing small parks in different parts of the city and has now CI, embracing 4,023 acres. The consolidation with Brooklyn ...

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. — 18 December 1896

(Jodbiaitb tfepublfc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. H, STEWART, Publisher. TERjdS OF SUBSCRIPTION. O.o year 50 Six mouths Three months , ,.4U Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered et the I'ostolfice at Gondlaad, Kan., for trarjfnission through the mails, as second class mail matter. Let freedom reign in Cuba The spirit of Greeley cries out from . the tomb: "On to Havana T Maceo, butchered by Spanish treach ery, will crove a potent factor in arous ing the American people to the point cf declaring Cuba free. The state board of railroad commis sioners admit they are powerless to compel the railroads to obey their in structions. The legislature should abolish the board or give it power to enforce its rulings. - - The people of Kansas didn't elect the populists to offlce because they thought them more in need of the official emolu ments, but because of the populists ad vocating needed reforms. These re forms must be carried out to the very lette...

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. — 18 December 1896

4 il N - S A SERIOUS ASSAULT. P. L Lancaster Dangerously As saulted by a Neighbor; L. C. Mooro Ciiarged With the Offence The Trouble the Oatcroppliiff of Hard Feeling ISroaght on I'J Water Dispute. Last Monday morning the trouble and bad blood that has been brewing in Smoky township for some time, be ing originally brought on by disputes over water rights, culminated ia what m!ght have been and yet may be a very serious matter. A man lies within the border of the sbadowland, and another stands charged with his assault and an intent to kill; how true this last i3 cot within the province of a newspaper to judge, for a man charged with crime must always be considered innocent until declared otherwise at the bar of I justice. Those who know the defend ant best are slow to believe there were j murderous elements entertained in the assault, the. accepted opinion being that the unfortunate affair occurred during a lapse of self-government. The weapons used were probably those of nature fis...

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. — 18 December 1896

jrtothseartof trie victim fccnndia tie as of rit-umbtUau dyspepsia, scrofula, ea a, 'rfc'&a lh6 blood is enritiicd and purified c j t ri 1 U 7 tapariila Ti.-? One Trns Blood Patter. All drczglsta. fl. f fr-l PiMc are tto test afrerdicnei T-QRT BLUNDER." Tbe 'Ictnawe of Fort Montgomery, on . Lake Cham plain. Gen. Miles haa recently recommended tbe fortifying a number of our seaports and tbe enlarment of some of the posts along our frontier. One of these ia Fort Montgomery, that stands at ha outlet of Lake Champlain. The Taentioning of thia long-forpotten old fort recalls a queer fact connected with, its beginning1 and long" ago for gotten. In 18ii it wa3 decided to build ? large post at the entrance of Lake Champlain, and work was begun at ITort Montgomery, as ii was called. After a pood deal of work had been done it was discovered that the walls of the fort were over the line dividin? the United States from Canada. Work v-'SiS stopped and a survey made and part of the work was 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. — 25 December 1896

COtTSTY AM) CITY OTTICIAI. PAPER. OXi-Y PAPEK PIBLISHED I" COCS!. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1805. NO, i O 10, VOL. XI. CURRENT COMMENT. Cex J. S. Coxev, of commonweal .rrsy fame, wants the salaries of pub lic officials regulated by the pries of . Tirs president of the Indiana state ccrmal school sajs in his annual re port to the governor that the state is EuHericj from a "surplus of teachers." Upward of 8150,000,000, it is esti mated, is spent annually on sport in Great Britain. The turf is, of course, the most expensive sport and accounts icr nearly $o 5. 000, 000. A former lord justice of the court of tppeals of Enprland staled recently that ''some English doctors are in the habit of receiving commissions from undertakers on funerals procured through their efforts." The Atlanta (Ga.) Journal points vlth just pride to the progress made in respect to negro education, and shows slave states havo appropriated nearly JS'J, 000,000 for negro schools. The experiment ...

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. — 25 December 1896

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Jv llt STEWAUT, ... Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year. U 50 ftii months.. . "3 Tirw months 0 Advertising rates reasonable arid liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Lntered st the Pcctoaice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission throuxli the mails, as Beoond class mail matter. .The pension roll has Dearly reached the million mark. . The recently elected mayor of Lyuu, Jas3., i3 a populist, The republican idea of prosperity is to tax the country rich. Maceo's soul, like that of old John Brown, seems to be marching on. The republican who isn't out after a postoffice is something of a curiosity. The republican senators have for mally pronounced the Dingley bill a corpse. Gov. Leedy has gained a reputation as being inclined to be governor in more than name. The fortune left by Jav Gould is be ing rapidly dissipated. There are no mourners outside of the family. The roasting the eastern press is giving Kansas is a compliment to our virtue", and Lespo...

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. — 25 December 1896

4s -ja8MBa.j 3 : - i j : ) -.1 4 ':'" . ' J "1 ''. i 3 ;1 'CHBISTKAS TIME. Ileap on more wood-the wind is cbiil; Bat lot it whistle as it will, We'll keep our Christmas merry still. Each at'e has deemed the new-born year The fittest time for festal cheer: And well our Christain sires of old Loved when the year its course bad rolled, And brought blythe Christmas back again With all his hospital train. ' Domestic and religious rite Gave honor to the holy night ; On Christinas eye the beUs were runs; On Christmas eve the mass was sung ; That only night in all tho year Saw the stoled priest in the chalice roar. The damsol donped her kirtle sheonj. The hall was dressed with holly green ; Forth to tho woods did merry men go To gather in the mistletoe. Then open wide the baron's hall To vassal, tenant, serf and all ; Power laid his rod of rule aside, And Ceremony doffed his pride. The heir, with roses in his shoes, Xhatyvb' village partner chooac. --The lord, ululorogatinir, share The vulg...

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. — 25 December 1896

ft-"' i-'iKar fa trua only of Hood's Sam , Ji eeoTioCijf to get Kooa s an you ....1.4iai;1 ua iu.it Mate Decease Mr riiia 8 m 'st-in fact the One True Blood Puri2er. :ds Pi !; care Liver l!s; easy to " - take, easy to operate. 25a THE MODERN PHARISEE. ....:nnehet To-1 ay Jost as He Did During the Time of Christ. - if Cbrist should, come upon 'his earth - ? r-ftton once more lie would find uore phari-ees proportionate to ?.:: Population than when lis was here T -'i . denounce i them for their sins of ;-"??3ii&joa sad - cosamission. He would 'tb.ea now, ascf yore, occupying .' .-fc'V st in the synagogue, ma'iiof? c-.r-ful their phylacteries, robbing1 wld- ;. i-vv lit'Tiiea nad for a pretense makln . prayers, he would find t!iem Tpascinsf the outside of the platter so .'o;fa;i a-s to le radiant, wlillo within - ' tby are like unto ravening wolves. The modern pharUce is no improve TfftJit upon the ancient one, although ha may wear more-fashionable cloth '-I.fi,? end.. live in a more...

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. — 1 January 1897

V- i - 'V-v'" "-i r """ . " VOL. XI. coirrsTY am) crrx cmci.it paff.h. 0'LX FAFiS ttBLiSUiD 13 COO if. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY i, 1837, NO. 19. CURRENT COMMENT. The doctrines of the Koraa will soon le proclaimed from a mosque ia the heart of New York.. New Yoek city next year will spend 7,000,000 on its police force and 5t 670,000 on public schools. A movement has been started among New York lawyers to secure a uniform marriage and divorce law from con gress, , Tns Electrical Engineer states that the capital invested in the various elec trical art3 a mounts to the enormous Bum of JJ, 500,000,000. Detroit Unionists, a small colony organized in the northwest, ia about to follow the teachings of Edward Bel lamy, and will soon 6tart in South : Carolina a co-operative community. Over 1,100 applications for patents on bicycles and their fixtures have been received at the patent office at Washington ia the past 90 days, and of these 530 were for improvements in tires. M. ...

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. — 1 January 1897

) Joeblanb IRcpubMc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWAP.T, Publisher. TEEM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Or,o year MM Six mouths ......... is Throe months v:r- , Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Postofhee at Goodland, Ran., for transmission through the mails, h seoond class mail mntter. The cotfe trust last year paid a divi dend of 125 per cent. Is it any wonder that the people are discontented? If there is any one thing that should receive the attention of congress it i3 anti-monopoly legislation. Many a man who is shouting himself hoarse for Cuban independence would take to the woods in case of war. The United States may soon be the possessor of the Pacific railways. Con gress, however, is fickle, and the Hunt ington lobby exceedingly attractive. The sugar trust has invaded the field as a purveyor of coffee and the old original coffeo trust is going to fight, Prices will probably be cut but in the end the people will pay the frei...

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. — 1 January 1897

.fi'flapS'jlHew Year To Everon. Maa IS?7 Prove Sors. Klr.d to Yon Than 1896. Gbe IRepubHc. MESSAGE OP THE EELLS. King out, blithe bells of the New Year! Ring out to all your summons clear ? Message of hope, despair to quell, Is borne upon your silvery swoiL Ring, bells of cheer, across the snow 'Till with courage faint hearts glow I Eiith friend seemed faithless, love grown coldT Hast lost that wand of magic, gold! Saddest of all, hath death snatched one Whose presence was to thee life's sunl Yet look not back. The darkest cloud But serves an azure sky to shroud. Thy friend his fealty yet may prove. Love that could change was never lovo, And folly 'twere lost wealth to mourn, While fickle fortune's wheel doth turn. Grim death, though conqueror of clay, Bows to a mightier conquorer's sway, Thy lovod one hath but crossed time's sea To its fair shore eternity. Mary F. SafTord. WAYSIDE GLKAXIXGS. Write it 1897. Turn over a new leaf to day. The days are growiDg longer and the cold strong...

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. — 1 January 1897

cire. is pwpstlcfl. i; subject to rheuma Tird off iu uitacUs by purifying jqu acr triti a tfcorousa coursa of biOOd n Li ts-i "-iu si'' iJ-.J s.,' trsaparii! The boat in fact the One True Blood Purifier. MlOfl'c Pill-ccut0 Liver His; easy to " - -' tiike.easy to operate. CALENDAR FOR 1897. 0 JANTARY JULY 6 I III T 7j T ! F 8 24 T W T I F I 3 1 e 9 2 3 9,10 10:1112,13 H;15:i6 17jl8:19'20 2l!22;23 2-1 25i2627 282930 3ii-u.r-i.-i-. 12 1G17 19 202l!22!2324 25 26;27j23 29i30 31 ...... ....... FEBRCAItY AUGUST II 21 S 4 C 8j 9 10 li;i2 13 15.16 17 1819 20 l 2 Z 4 fil C 7 8 9 10 11 12 1314 1518:17118 19:20,21 21;22;23,2i 25:27 22,23124 23:2C;27i28 28.. .. .. .. 2930;31 MAr.CH SEPTEMBER .. 1 7 c 1415 2 Si 4 6 G 2 8 4 91011 9 10 11,1213 lC17il81920 5 G 7 12;i3il4 19:2021 1516 1718 22;23;24'25 2l!22!23-2-J;25.2C'27 28 29'3u;31 ....!.. 26'27 28;29 30j APRIL OCTOBER 1 2 3 6 7 8 910 13114 15 16 17 .. 1 7 8 1415 2 9 16 23 8 4 1011 12 18:10:20 212223.24 28 29'30! . . 17il3il9;20 24'25 26:27 31.......

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. — 8 January 1897

VOL. XI. corstT ant en omcui tattk, GSLX FA1-EK l-V&UaULD IS CWUTZ, GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1837. NO. 20. CONGRESS AT WORK Psffer Introduces a Bill to Improve the Ezzkms Easiness, TO EEDUCE TEE DEATH PBALTC. The House Debates tlte Loud Postal E1U A Kesolntlou Paased About Ceri iia Union Pacific Grauts of Laud In Eansa. Washisqtojt, Jan. 6. The senate re assembled at nooa yesterday, after the two weeks' holiday recess. The meet ing was without unusual incident, the attendance on the floor and in the gal leries being somewhat meaner. In the course of the chaplain's prayer he in voked a "restoration of our industries and the return of prosperity." Mr. Hoar, of Massachusetts, called attenr tion to a petition from the Massachu setts Historical society, orging that the eld Bhip Constitution be perron neatly preserved and placed at -the Washington navy yards, where, like Kelson's - famous frig-ate, Victory, at Portsmouth, En?., the ship be used as a naval museum. 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. — 8 January 1897

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWART, . . . Piiblisiicr. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year .... $1 50 Six months 75 Thr;3 months 40 Aiivertisiri" rates reasonable and liberal dis counts givi-a on extended contracts. iiutsred at the Posio:fiee &t Goodland Rao., for transmission throtiKii the ruaii?, ae second class mail rxumsr. Prosperity has been postponed until next fall. Gee Banks are still failing and prosperity, has cot yet appeared. McKixliy stands a good chance of having a senate on his hands. Failuees to the amount of 247,000, 000 in the past year shows the blessings of the single standard. The bauk official who suicides when the bank is broke makes an unneces sary sacrifice. The time he should have done the felo de se act was before the institution became hopelessly in solvent. :' Senator Wolcott is now in England seeking to arrange for an international currency commission. His mission will prove a hopeless one, as Europe con siders the United States committed to the gold...

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. — 8 January 1897

-.SO 3 CP CPI-I-ISI. - Say not string has flown, , j'j'i f-y is overcast, the year outwc;& ; , Tarty riot thou to mouro, - 'aj c; reitiembciiag that joy xsus shown; Late Gleantic-r and paie columbine Flora leaves by for latter wreaths of thine. Weep act tfhen love is dead; Ah, rather be more dear and tenderer breath Blown from his place of death ; And be the memorial tomb with rose leayes spread. Nay, gods can never die ; with m&liowed eyes He shall move golden through autumnal skies ! Pali Mail Gazette. WATSIOE GLEAMNG. The county commissioners were ia session this week. The county officers elected last fall will be inaugurated Monday. "Jerry" CofSin is running the Mer chants' hotel, at Oskaloosa, Ia. Only one mile of railroad was built in Kansas during the past year. ' The "littler" soma people get, the "bigger" they think themselves. lion. Bob McGonigal ha3 the refusal of the Colby postoffice, it is said. Rev. Shackleford was at Brewster list Thursday officiating at a fun...

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