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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 8 January 1897

r - t 'at mom. pare; your appetite ztj-y tni -its-lva organs in heahn? condition at t.-oa, and tiai avoid sciious illness, by U tills r; 13 till V paiill he test In fact toe One Tree Pur fiet. Hood's Pills sssii 25 eeats. They were naughty cubs, j Two Bab; B,sU That Caused No End of j Trouble to Their GuardUn. In the far north, where enow and ice j cover the ground evea in summer, two i little Alaskan bears lived. One day in ' June, whTie their papa and roam ma ; were away, an Indian hunter found and took tbexa to his wigwam down by a lovely bay called Yakutat Tretty tsoon a big warship sailed into the bay ; and anchored. Tee hunter knew sail ers liked little bears, so he took them in his canoe and paddled out to the fchip. The sailors were glad to see these baby bears, and gave the Indian Home tobacco and took the little ones tor pets. The bears were glad now, because they had all the bread and milk they could eat One day an ofScer pave them a saucer of honey, for he knew ail bears...

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. — 15 January 1897

VOL. XI. cotsn avo city orami. paf O.'SLY PAPS H'BLu3I) I2i COlTiif GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1897. NO. 21. HIS FIRST MESSAGE. Gov. Leedy, of Kansas, Addresses Ol.l. T , -J Argues for More Stringent laws to Control Railroads nnd Advocates a Slaxl- mam Freight Eiil Needs ot State Institutions. j Topeka, Katt., Jan. 12. Gov. John W. Leedy delivered his message to the legislature to-day. It is as follows: To the Legislature: With profound regret for the misfortunes of our more pretentious sisters of the east, I con gratulate the state of Kansas upon the many simple blessings that have fallen to us la these adverse times. While those who clamor for alms in the streets of the crowded cities are many, those who seek fcssistahee from or ready public bounty are few. While the failure of great commercial institutions brings sad ca lamity to the chief cartels Where fortunes ac cumulate, the less, imposing, but quite useful tfepesitcries ot Kansas savings, are giving grot i...

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. — 15 January 1897

nbl&pubK ' VV v W v 'ft OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWAST, Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1 50 Six months 75 Three months 4Ct Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given oa extended contracts. Entered at the Postofflce at Goodlaud, Kan., for transmission throuKQ the mails, aa second c! es tis.il luatter. Oxs of the good resolutions that Spain forgot to make was to etop re porting victories in which half a thoos and rebels are killed and half a dozen Spaniards wounded. Cokgbess Monday decisively defeat ed the Pacific railroads funding bill the substitutes for the original bill. This leaves but one course open to the administration and that is the fore closure of the government's lien upon the roads. The mutual admiration and harmony that exist between the governor of Michigan and the mayor of Detroit are delightfully edifying. "Love's young dream" isn't a marker to it. And all because both offices are held by the same official Hon. Mr. Pingree. Georg...

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. — 15 January 1897

. UTE 3 &ISTAEES. Ve plant sweet flowers above the spot - Where rest our imforgotton dead. And wLilfl tl& roses bad and Lloora We beautify their lonely bed. Wfl rear the snowy marble shaft That every patser-by may learn How sacred memory keeps her trust In votive gift and storied nrn. But oh! the hearts that ache and break Through all the long bright summer days For some sweet word of tenderness. Some generous and outspoken praise; And oh ! the bitter tears that fall 0er life's mistakes and cruel fate, That all things which the heart most craves Of love and glory come too late. Then take rose that blooms to-day And Jay it in some loving hand, And wait not till the ear grows dull To tell the sweet thoughts that you planned. One kiss on warm and loving lips Is worth a thousand funeral flowers, And one glad day of tender love Outweighs an age of mourning boors. D. Al. Jordan, in Indianapolis Journal. The single taxers of Kansas will hold a state convention at Topeka January 19....

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. — 15 January 1897

- r 71 V s K - The pense of doctors' blhs Kwip yoar Ileal pure, your d.;esiIoa good ty tatting barosnar! The Best-ia ?act the One True Blood Purifier HfW" PiJ!aretne only pills to iika s i his wuhHood'sSftrsiparilia. WHERE WIVES ARE BOUGHT. Countrle In Which Marriages Follow the I'bjment of a rrice," There are many countries ia which, if a man wishes to be legally married, he has to go out and buy a wife, though the market price of that article varies considerably. In Uganda you can get what yor. require for two or three bul locks, or even for six good sewing nee dles or perhaps a box of percussion cps; while inferior wives can be picked up for a coat, and if one is in different to health and beauty, for a pair of shoes, la the Caroline islands wives are cheap. A father will let yon marry his daughter if you give him a little fruit or a small present of fish, while in Sa moa matrimony rans you into pigs and canoes; among the Fijiansinto whales teeth and muskets. In Tartary it is bes...

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. — 22 January 1897

4 ' r V v V' v VOL. XI. COrSTY AT CITY OFMCIAI, PA?rB. GOQDLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 189; KO. 22. NICARAGUA CAML IS". Turpia Speaks Against the Bin in th.9' Senate. OLD SOLDIERS DAI IN TEE EOUSE. Fifty-Two Trivaie Pension Bills Disposed of A Pathetic Incident la Connection fsith One Bill An Agreement on the Ioimlgraticn BUI. . Washington, Jan. 20. The session of the senate yesterday was without incident. Senator Turpie spoke against the Nicaragua canal bill, and the read ing of the legislative appropriation bill was completed, with the exception of sections making provision for the con gressional library, w hich were passed over temporarily in the absence of sen ators interested in the subject. Mr. Kale, of Minnesota, called up a bill providing for the organization of a naval battalion ia the District of Co lumbia. The bill was passed. A bill was passed for a public build ing at Altoona, Pa., to cost $125,000 for the incorporation of the American in structors of the ...

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. — 22 January 1897

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. . li. STEWART, Publisher. $1 50 TEEMS OF .SUBSCRIPTION. Oua year Six months Three mouths ; 10 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at tho Fostoltiee at Goodland. Ran., for tKinsmipiiioa through the maiia, a.' seoond class mail matter. VWvyUUlV hZJlWllim?to collateral. There is plenty of money, if we had anything to sell.' Over-prod action of com in Kansas and the tailors o? Chicago and New York hungry. Overproduction of cloth ing in the. eastern manufacturing cen ters, they, tell tha workmen, and this rooster with theover production of corn, with not, enough clothing on to wad a musket. Overproduction of hogs in Republic county, and the shoemakers of Lynn, Mass., without work and their children hungry. Overproduction of The keepers of the statehouse appear shoes in Lynn and Brockton and thoas- to have been in the furniture business, i anda of jp-eople in Kansas in need of ! better shoes. Overproduction of coa...

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. — 22 January 1897

THE SAWS CI A DAT. AD hail -lo dawD of a egw day breaking, vViien a stroi g-armed natioc hail take away The weary burden from back's that are arbiDg With maximum work and muiimam pay. When no nj aa is honored who hoards his millions, When no man feasts on another's toil, And God's poor, suffering, starving billion3 Shall share his riches of sun and soil. There is gold for all in the world's broad bosom, There is food for all in the world's great store ; Enough is provided if rightly divided ; Lot each man take what he needs no more: Shame on the mirer with unused riches, Who robs from the toiler to swell hu hoard ; Who beats down the wages of diggers of ditches, And steals the bread from the poor man's board. Shame on the owner of mines whose cruel And selfish measures have brought him wealth, While the ragged wretches who dig his fuel Arc robbed of comfort and hopes and health. Shame on tho ruler who rides in his carriage, Bought by the labor of half-paid men Men who arc shut ont 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. — 22 January 1897

!-. v 1-3 1-t V4 Is dtangeroas. We require heat. We need arm, nouristung ciooa id Keep 'us v are Sntd egainst sickness. Goodblo ...is given 6 n Aa '.-r-i SV Ttie best In fact the Ona True B!ood Purifier. HfiOfi's pille '"''the oni? pills to take liuuu 3 r wiUHiood-aSarsapariila, PLUM DUFF FROM CHEMIST'S. CJixwtraiis Jolie riayed on a Paris Apothe cary by Three Rglighwen. De Qnincey tells the story somevrhtre of a party of Englishmen whj, finding themselves in Paris on Ciristm.as day end being bound to hive plum pudding for dinner, vers "unable to find a cook able to preps-re the dish in orthodox fashion. Conferences with several dly tinguiib'jd chefs disclosed nothing but the Qt;ot astounding Gallic ignorance, of the British national dish. This Was, of course, before the days of tbe ,:petite Vitesse," which brought across the channel so opportunely for Taffy and Little Billee and the Laird their Christmas dinner, so something had to be done. One of the Englishmen happened to be a do...

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. — 29 January 1897

-"-- j v h If v VOL. XI. COrSTY AMB CTT GFTiriAI, PAPER. OSLi' FAPEB rtBU?HD lit COCSI?i GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1891 NO. 23. ii M IT i Distinguished Citizens Attest Their Approbation of th9 Treaty. 51II05AL SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION Migg Anthony Delivei-s Her Aannal Addresi aa President end an Ovation Is Ac corded lier-An Arbitration Treaty with Frrjice. YfAsnrsGTOX, Jan. 27. A large meet ing of the friends of the arbitration treaty between the United States and Great Britain now pending in the sen ate was held in the Grand opera house yesterday afternoon. The call for the meeting was bigned by ex-Seeretary Foster, who succeeded Mr. Blane, in President Harrison's cabinet; Chief Justice Melville Fuller, of the United States supreme court; Ilishop John F. Hurst, Ilishop II. Y. Satterlee, Presi dent B. L. Whitman, of Columbia uni versity; Rev. J. D. Stafford, and other prominent citizens. Thepurpose of the meeting was stated in the call lo be the public attestation of...

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. — 29 January 1897

0ooblanblRepubIia OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWART, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ouo year M 50 Six months Throe month .40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered ai the Postolnce at tiocxiiacd, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as Refund elaxs uuiit matter. NOTICE. All delinquent foreign subscription to TliE Republic have been placed with tho Publisher's Collection Agency, of St. Paul, Minn,, for collec tion, and those owinj,' sumo may govern them selves accordingly. The reason for collecting these accounts through tho agency, which for the time beiEg becomes our private agent, is that the prevail in),' hard tiun-s has forced Iho dismissal of our bookkeepers, stenographers, printers and press men, and the editor has been put upon half ra tions and detailfld to do the work of all. Besides the agency can do the work for us cheaper than we could do it oursi'lf. The receipt of a bill is no disgrace ; wc get hundreds of t...

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. — 29 January 1897

TAZ SAKE OLD BTOHY. V.'hat ilioufeh a las.-io doa the brsek, TVT bloomers braw and a' that? We bcLd in adoration meek And ar8 he slaves or a' that. ' For a' that and a' that, The wheel bestrid and a' that j Blvthe Cupid's eyes heed no disguise, She shall be wooed, for a' that. Tho warld may tremble at her call, Wi' bonuet doffed and a' that ; Her voico may 11 the council hall, She bides a lass for a' that. Tor a' that and a' that, Oar duds usurped and a' that, The one who warks to pay the gowd. Ha is tho man, for a' that. Washington Star. This is good pneumonia weather we are now having. Eurliogton wants a creamery; Good land needs one. Tho extra session of congress will be called March 15 by President McKia ley. Thirty below zero was the sort of weather Dakota people were enjoying this week. Large sums of money from Goodland continue to make mining at Cripple Creek profitable. The Chicago board of charities report that in that city 40,000 people are in imminent danger of starvation...

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. — 29 January 1897

w I Li Hick, nourishing blood ia wlnterkeeps tie sys tem iealtliy and strong and wards c3 colds, f svere. pa&umonia aad broncaitis. It Is givea by n n - ip rvi r4 MP. i.a-A Uei i- "fl areana rilia The bestft fact the One True Biood Purifier. HOOdS Piifcarethe bestaiter-am-IIUvJU 3 r 1 lla pills, aid digestion. So DOLLY MADISON'S LIFE. The Little Quaker Loved the World and Ita Bright neaa. Miss Beastoa introduced her audi ence to a character very difrervttt from the ones of which she previously told them. Iler sublet was '"Dolly Madison," and Dolly, though born a Quaker, lovei the world and the flesh and the devil, and loved them all the more intensely because of the Quaker gTayness of her youth. ' She was twice married; first to John Todd, a Quaker lawyer, who died of yellow fever, and then to J&rnes Mad ison. At the time sho met the latter she and her mother were keeping boarders in Philadelphia, and Aaron Burr was oaa of the boarders. lie in troduced J ames Madison to the ...

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. — 5 February 1897

VOL. XL COOfTY AXD CITY OFFICIAL PAPER, GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1897. 0.21. 1 FOR BIMETALLISM. Bcnator Chandler Introduces a Res olution on tha Subject. THE I31SIGRATI0J BILL REPORT. SBato Lodjo Slakes a Speech in It He fenso The Diplomatic and ton solar . - Appropriation BUI Passed n the HuiiiOi - W A suing r ox, Feb. 3. The feature of the senate yesterday was a -very spirited debate on the conference re port on the immigration liLlL Mr. Gibson, of Maryland, opposed the re port and Mr. Lodge defended it. After two hours' et niggle the report went over and the Nicaragua canal bill was taken tip, Mr. Vilas continuing his re- . :aarks. Mr. Teller also entered the debate in opposition to the measure. Early in the day Mr. Chandler intro duced a resolution, the full text of which follows: Thai, it 13 the srmse of the senate that tlio , ipnited States senate should Dot permanently acquiesce in the single gold standard and that the efforts of th3 government in all its...

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. — 5 February 1897

"5ooWanbTHepublfc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. . STEWART, Publisher. I TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono year W 50 I Six months . 'j 'linen months , I Advertising rates reasonable and liberal ais crirnn on extended contracts. I 'Entered at l!ie Postollice at Gotland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second class mail matter. NOTICE. AH delinquent foreign subscriptions to The Republic have been placed with the Publisher's Collection Agency, of .St. Paul, Minn,, for collec tion, and those owing same may govern them selves accordingly. Tlic reason for coliuiting these account through tlio agency, which for the time- being becomes our private age-ei, is that tho prevail ing hard times lias forced the dismissal of our bookkeepers, s-teisosra pliers-, printers and press men, and the editor ha-i been put tion half ra tions and detailed to do the work of all. Besides the agency can do the work for us cheaper than we could do it oiirself. The receipt of a bill is no disgrace ; wo get hundr...

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. — 5 February 1897

153 IAC3 OF LOKG AGO. Ona, auioiig the rfet. Will meiaory e'er recall ; Where each seems loved the best, The sweetest face of all ' The sweetest face of all Still sweetest one I know, That hangs on memory's wall--The face of lorjg ago. That comes aa faultless fair As in the days of yore. To spread unbidden there, A sunny scene once more ; And bring, in story old That birds are lifping low, The talo so softly told The girl of long ago, Beside the suiting stream That maudles to the mill, In youth's real, rosy dream, Again we ramble still ; And hear, in sig of old That birds yet warble low, The sweetest story told So long, so long ago. And though the minstrels play ' In strains of music rare, Fore'cr, and e'er, and aye, Sad memory wanders where The apple blossoms fall The branches whisper low The sweetest dream of all The girl of long ago. -Goorge E. Powell in Chicago Inler-Ocean. Nature is firmly established in her ways, and no amount of importuning will change them. Man is supposed t...

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 February 1897

r, t i J r.. Is good time to put your physical system in EKid order by purifyicgyour biocd and building lip jour healti ia order to ayoiil sicknes Tafce SarsapaHiia The best In fact the On True Blood Purifier. 5 t Illipripe. AU druginsls. 25c. Going Oat on a Risky Errand. A government Indian agent who ha Been years of service lelb some stories about Indians. Here is one: "A ranch near the town of Beaver, in Utah, was attacked by Indians, and one man who "was visiting1 the ranchman's family was killed. The house was surround ed by the Indians, and the people with in defended themselves as best they could; but the ranchman, watching his opportunity, lowered his little boy and daughter, aged eight and 12, from the back window, and told them to try to make their way to the canyon and follow it down to Beaver, where they could obtain help. The two children fcucceeded in reaching the canyon unob served, and with rare presence of mind the boy told his sister to follow down one side of the ...

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 February 1897

VOL. XI. COdS'TY AVX CITY OFMCIAL TAPER, GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1897. NO. 25 TREATY DEBATE. Senate Goes into Secret Session on the Arbitration Measure. TEE PROCEEDINGS IX CONGRESS. A. Bill Passed to Improve the Channel of the South Pass The Report on the Immigration Bill Passed Over the Veto. Y7a5H1.-gtox, Feb. 18. The proceed ings connected with the consideration - of the treaty on its merits by the sen ate in secret session were yesterday far less varied and exciting than on Monday, and it was impossible to hold the senators in their seats while it . proceeded. The first two hours were given to a discussion of the full reports of Monday's secret session, that were printed in the papers yesterday morn ing. Senator Vest sprung this subject as soon as the confirmations were dis posed of. The time was devoted to a senatorial discussion of the methods of the mod ern newspaper, which was more in the nature of faultfinding than in criticism of their accuracy. The ...

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 February 1897

CooblanbtRcpuMic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWART, Publisher. TESTIS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One oar... A W inonVhr- Three mer.ths , , 4U Advertising rates reasonable and iiusnil div count.'' given on extended contracts. Entered at ttio Postottiee at Goodiand, hail., for trnnwQji.--Rm through the mails, z second CiIibs mail mutter. NOTICE. All delinquent foiehm subscriptions to The r.ti'UBJ.K- have been placed with th? Publisher's Collection Agency, of St. Paul, Minn,, for colloc tion, and those owing sume may govern thenv .-rive accordingly. The reason fr collecting thee accounts through the agency, which for the time being becomes our private Agent, is that the prevail ing hard time has forced the dismissal of our bookkeepers, stenographers, printers and press men, aud the editor has been put upon half ra tions and detailed to do tho work of all. Besides the agency can do the work for us cheaper than we conM do it ourself. The receipt of a bill is no disgrace; we g"t hundreds of th...

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 February 1897

COURAGE. High hoie3 that burned like stars sublime Go down in the hea?ens of freedom, And true hearts perish in the tima We biiteilieat need 'em. Bat u6V6r sit we down 813d say There's nothing left but sorrow, We walk the wilderness to-day, The promised land to-morrow. The birds of song are silent bow, There are no flowers bloominc, Yet life is in the frozen bough, And freedom's spring is coming ! And freedom's tides comes up slowly, Though we may strand in sorrow, And our good bark, aground to-day, Shall fioat again to-rnorrow. Gerald Massey. Jfrotn tije aHagstoe. The trouble with this world is that we build from th past and not on tbe future. A preacher may beet the devil at the altar rail, but the devil more than gets even in th9 choir. The curfew that Goodlaod needs is one that will get the people out of bed and breakfast started before nine or ten o'clock. Conressman Blue, the spectacular, dress-parade colonel, busied himself one day last week in having a widow's pension cut do...

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