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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 12 February 1897

lJOINO Ah CD. Fct ua rj.-jy On5 Cont of FalEt-Wag Eai to Change. A so'oarcer in a Kcvv England fac tory town, during cue of her afternoon V.alks, caiiie rpon a peculiar tight. About a mile oat of the town there was a small white cottage inhabited by a family of French-Canadians, who were employed in the factory. As she ap proached the house she taw that a border of black paint a foot wido had been added to thz original white since her last visit. The windows were outlined by this rusty black, a border surrounded the door, ran under the eaves-trough, and, generally speaking, defined the con tour of the cottage. The owner of the house sat smoking on the doorstep and greeted the passer-by with a melan choly smile of recognition. "Why, Llr. Jacot," said the young woman, "isn't thai black border on the hor.e something new?'' "It speaks "rue," responded the mel ancholy householder. "My -wife have die, and the black border is for a ihodtu a grief, you comprehend?" 'I em very sorry, said 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. — 19 February 1897

S A4 ti - - . J ft. vl MV .fj H H ) Vr7 W u -y VOL. XL COUNTY AM) city omriii PAPEH, OS1Y PAPER PtiJUiHTD I2i COC516 GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1897. NO. 20. - CHANDLER'S SPEECH. Tia New II?.apshira Senator Ad vocst3 Eimetallizra, TEE BA5ERUPICI BILL TAKES UP. The Kouhe I'asso3 Thirty-Nine Tension BUJ j A Veto Sostaiiied Senate Interstate Commerce Committee Amendg the Brokerage Bill. WisniyGTOS, Feb. 17. Senator Chan t tiler's speech ia the senate yesterday in advocacy of bimetallism was one of the notable efforts of the present ses sion, not only for the scholarly care with which the senator presented the question from his standpoint, but for the batter sarcasm addressed to Senator Palmer and the Indianapolis conven tion, the arraignment of silver repub ; lieans who bolted the St Louis con vention, and for the dramatic personal exchange between Mr. Chandler and Mr. Pettigrew, the latter being one of the bolters from the St. Louis conven tion. Mr. Chandler's spee...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 19 February 1897

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. V. H. STEWART, TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ss:::::::::::::::::::::;::::::: J1 Throe months. .. -. j - Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis- counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Porttidice at Goodiand, Run., , for traimUion through the mails, ai second elasj mail matter. : f NOTICE. j ,,, ... . , '. i . ,. , T S Ail delinquent foreign subscriptions to ihe j Republic have been placed with the Publisher's' Collection Agency, of St. Panl, iiir.u., for collec-j tion, and those owing eame majr owa them-, solves accordingly. The reason for collect i the account, j through the agency, which for the time being ; which tor tue ume ooiog ; agent, is that the prevail- j wd thodiSmiMal ofonr; becomes our private ing hard times bas fori 3;r tions and detailed to do the work of all. Besides j the agency can do the work for us eheaper than j we could do it ourself. The receipt of a bill j yoar and know our honor and social standing is untarnished thereby. Kil...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 19 February 1897

TH BOOK OF LIFE. Life Las a thousand cagM love and 6Corn, Hope and adveatnro, poverty and sin, Despair and glory, loneliness forlorn, Ago, sorow, exile, all are writ theroin ; And on each page, however stern and sad, Are words which gleam upon thecrabbed bcroll Eevealing words that maka our spirits glad. And well aro worth the study of the soul, V"e may not lightly shrink from any ieaf, For on it may be writ the word we need. God turns the page whatever joy or grief He opens for us, let us wisely read. Priscilla Leonard, in the Outlook. Three women hold the balance of power ia the Colorado house of repre sentatives. How charming they must feel. A Kansas man is to marry a Chicago widow said to be worth $3,000,000. This to. some extent should restore confi dence in Kansas, and is certainly the best way to bring outside capital into the state. Legal proceedings have been institu ted in Michigan to compel Pingree, governor, to oust from the mayoralty of Detroit Pingree, mayor. Holding a...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 19 February 1897

' TnZud eY BRUIN. A SToUiff tzr Cvme In Searcli f He Captured Cg!j, The tarce soldiers, left alone jron Enouutaia top in the oouth, captare a lcar cub, and imprison it ia the chim ney of their hut, This is what follows; At this, time ths nicon was fchiaing- in ut the open door; but ehortly afterward it set behind the western ridges, and in the hour befoie daybreak it was un usually dark on the mountain. Urom ley was sleeping' more lightly than usual, and, following- his experience of the nipfht, he was dreaming of desper ate encounters with bears: or this may have happened because the cub in the chimney from time to time put his email nose to a hole ia the door and whined, and then growled as he fell back into the ashes. One of the light cracker boxea stood on end just inside the door fced it was the noise of this object thrown over on the floor that startled 'Bromley in the midst cf his dre?.m, just at the point w here he saw the bear approaching. He was awake in an instant, but 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. — 26 February 1897

'T ! n t4 'A A ll v- -if is -?S m "1 -K, t VOL. XI. COCKTY AND CITY OTMCIAI, PAPEli. OStr PAPEK Pt'fcLISliiJ) IS GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MOENING, FEBRUARY 2G, 1897, NO. 27, THE IMM BILL Tb3 Senate Making Blow Progress on Appropriation Measures TEE WAl APPROPRIATION BILL, Its rrovlsion. Aroused kittle Opposition In ilie House and It Is Fassed Practically 'Without Amendment Debate on - Civil Service Kcforna. Washington, Feb. 24. The senate tnade slow progress yesterday on the appropriation bills, disposing of only cne item of the Indian bill, that di recting the opening of the Uncom pahgre Indian reservation in Utah. It involved a conflict with the executive branch, which has steadily resisted opening these lands on the ground that they contained valuable mineral de-po-jits. Mr. Vilas endeavored to have a royalty reserved to the government, but Vas defeated in this, and the clause was agreed to after an all day debate. Several senators criticised the presi dent's order of Monday, wit...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 26 February 1897

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWART, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1 Six months 'j Three- mouths Q Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts give" on extended contracts. Eutertd at ths Postotfice at Goodlamd. Ran., for transmission through the mails, afl second class mail matter. NOTICE. All delinquent foreign subscriptions to Thf 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. The reason for collecting these account;1 through the agency, which for tho time being becomes our private agent, is that the prevail ing hard times has forced the dismissal of our bookkeepers, stenographers, printers and press men, and the editor has been put upon 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 ourself. The receipt of a bill is no disgrace ; wo get hundreds of them every year and know ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 26 February 1897

HOME SWEET HOME. Ah, lioir.oj when ell eiscwhero is dreary, Vh3ii wa aro most heartsora and weary, What placa beside is half so ch&ery As home, sweet home? There innocent glee and childish prattle Beguile the houra with noisy tattle, Forgetful hiilf of lite' routfh battle, We are at rest. At night, when home from work returning ' We 860 afar a bright light burning la haste we seek the shortest turning To homo, sweet homo. Where o'er the fregal board presiding; In hope and faith and love abiding; The mother hear3 from lips confiding, The day's exploits. And thus the momenta so intrancing Glide swift away, when someone glancing At tlio tall clock, sees near advancing The midnight hour. And while the bird of night is brooding, O, where beside, corne dreams so soothing As now from out oar brows are smoothing The lines of care? Fancy in dreams her flight is winging, I11 sweet low tones joybells seem ringing, A psalm of peace night winds are singing At home, sweet home. M. E. J., in C...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 26 February 1897

i-otj C3'i the Slaa to BJash and the Girls " toddle. - l iteral children, or, more properly, children who take your chidiBg liter ally, are holy terrors," relaU-s a young uan, noted lor his politeness to ladies. ''I was in a heretic the other day, which was much crowded, though no one was standing at the time. Pres ently a lady and gentleinaa got ia end I gave my seat to the lady, leaving the oi l gentleman standing. Immediately a young' lady sitting in one end of the herdic, called to her little sister, a .child ox hix, perhaps, who was sitting rear the door at the other end, to coaic to her and give her seat to the tlderly gentleman. The child came willingly enough, and white the sister was reading her a. lesbon in man ners, a passenger got out, and 1 took a seat. '0ever let me see you re main seated again, when people older than you are standing," closed the lec ture, and the child was crowded, half sitting, half standing, between the older sister and the lady next to her. Two mi...

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 March 1897

VOL. XI. COtTXTT AVD CITY OFFICIAL PAFFH. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 5, 189T. NO. 28. DDilGMTM BILL The President Bends HJs Vsto cf It to th.8 House. : EE WRITES FULLY 05 THE SUBJECT. tlx. Cleveland Says It Is Inanitcly Better to Admit 100,000 IUUerate Laborer Than One lomly and Edu cated Agitator. Washington, March 8. The presi dent yesterday sent to the house of representatives a message vetoing the the immigration bill. He says: I herewith return without approval house bill No. 7.861, entitled "An Act to Amend the In migration Laws of the United States." A rad ical departure from our national policy relating to Immigration is nera presented. Heretofore we have welcomed all who came to us from otnor lands except those whose moral and phys ical condition or history threatened danger to our national welfare and safety, relying upon the soalousi watchfulness of our people to pre ,ent injury to our political and social fabrio we tale encouraged those coming from foreign c...

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 March 1897

5oobIanb1RepuW(c OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWAUT, Publisher. TEEJ1S OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oue year $1 K Six months '5 Three months V Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Postotfice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission throuKh the mails, ai gecoDd class mail mat ter. NOTICE. AH delinquent foreign subscriptions to The Eepcblic 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. The reason for collecting these accounts through the agency, which for the time being becomes our private agent, is that the prevail ing hard times has forced the dismissal of our bookkeepers, stenographers, printers and press men, and the editor has been put upon half ra tions and detailed to do the work of all. Besides the agency can do the work for us cheaper than W8 could do it ourself. The receipt of a bill is no disgrace ; we get hundreds of them eve...

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 March 1897

OPPORTUNITY. Master of Luman destinies am I ; Fame, love- and fortune on my footsteps wait, Cities and fields I walk ; I penetrate, Deserts and remote, and, passing by Hovel and mart and palace, soon or late. I knock, oubidden, once on every gate. If sleeping, wake ; if feasting, rise before I turn away ; it is the hour of fate. And they who follow me reach every state Mortals desire, and conquer every foe Save death ; but those who doubt or hesitate. ,Coijdfmned to failure, penury and woe; Seek me in vain, and uselessly implore ; 1 answer not, and I return no more. Joha J. Ingalhs. jrrom tie aHagstoe. .. The ducks are flying northward. The duck hunters begin to look for ward to soma sport. The early man with the rattlesnake story has been be"ard from. According to the ground hog's proph ecy the cold weather is to continue yet another fortnight. The foggy weather we have been ex periencing the past week portends a humid summer perhap3. March came in very lionlike, for this country, ...

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 March 1897

- -S. mmJi THE PUSHING WOMAN. &w She Manages to (Jet lato Excla bive Seta. Why one woman remains in the humdrum circle she waa born to, while another, with equal advantages, is continually jetting closer to the most esclasive society, is a mystery that will never be solved by the confession of those who are tneceeding. Your self made man may be rather proud of his career. Your self-made woman of the world will never divulge how she "ar rived." Diplomacy and push are the winning cards. Why blame a poor woman for being1 a "pusher," when you regard the same quality in a man of "business most admirable? "I have often wondered how Mrs. Clymber secured so many desirable foreigners for her functions," said one of the lady's acquaintances, "but I think I have discovered at least one of her plans. I waa dining at the Bs' the other evening. Many Englishmen bring letters to them. Your visiting Englishman, by the way, is a simple soul when he first comes over, not knowing who is who at all ...

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 March 1897

VOL. XI. SSgSZggfiffii; GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1897, NO. 2D. PKESIDENT M'KLNLEY. Tha Ceremonies Attending Hl3 In auguration Are Most Imposing. Twenty Thousand Men La the Great Parade Ilia Inaugural Address Puta TarU Above All Else-Inangoral Bali the Climax of the Day. Yashington, March 5. The capital city never looked upon such a perfect parade as that which escorted Presi dent McKinley from the capitol to the white house and then passed in review under his eye. The feature of the splendid pageant was the perfect bal ance between its contrasting parts and the high order of skill that was shown in the handling of the 20,000 or more men that stepped along or bestrode the splendid steeds that danced and reared their way in the parade. There was no long-drawn-out mass ing of uniformly attired regular troops or militia, pleasing enough to the mili tary eye, but wearisome to the specta tors who made up the vast crowd. PRESIDENT Jl'KIXLEY. Nor was there any preponderan...

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 March 1897

T 0ooblanbl3epubUc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. V. If. STEWART, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ona vear $1 5? Six mouths 7? Three months M Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the PostoQico at Goodland, Kan,, for transmission through the mails, as second class mail matter. NOTICE. All dolinQiint foreign subscriptions to The Rlpubi.k; have been placed with the Publisher s Collection Agency, of St. Paul, Minn,, for collec tion, and those owing sumo may govern them selves accordingly. The reason for co!hctiug these accounts through the acfiMic', which for the time being becomes our private agent, is that the prevail ing hard time.-, lia forced th" dismissal of our bookkeepers, slenoaphors, printers and press men, and the editor has been put upon half ra tioui and detailed to do tho work of all. Besides the agency can do the work for us cheaper than we could do it ourself. The receipt of a bill is no disgrace ; we get hundreds of them...

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 March 1897

BEYOND. After the story haa onco been told After one's lad Lis little fling At the world, and found the arpk-3 of gold Are gilt, and rapidly tarnishing After the curtain begins to fall. Tell me, what is back of it alii Oh, life is fair at tlie break of day, As the sun climbs up the eastern hill, And the flowers are sweet along the way Wo gather with lavish hands, until We Cud the hills grow rugged and steep, And shadows across the pathway creep. And life at noontide is not half bad ; Sure we have learned a lesson or two, Have brought onr experience gay or sad, And paid our toll in passing through The little gate beside which stands Old Father Time, with outstretched hands. But when the light begins to wane, And shadows deepen around our way, And does it matter, the loss or gain? What does it count, our work or play! After the curtain begins to fall, Toll mo, what is back of it all? Arthur D. F. Randolph in Lippincott's. If advice were legal would be no paupers. tender there The regu...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 12 March 1897

A FUNNY FELLOW. a Etranje rojons o! a Famous Efclls Diplomat. Whea Robert C. Winthrop first en tered congress the eccentricities of Henry Stephen Fox, the English min ister at Washington, v.ere the laugh of the town. Fox generally did not Eri.se until other people were almost ready to go to bed. When duty compelled him to rise earlier, Fox was like an owl in the daytime. "How strange," said he to Madame Calderon, one morning at a state ''function," "how strange we look to each ether by daylight." I stood near him at the inauguration of President William Henry Harrison in 1841, writes Mr. Winthrop, and shall never forget how like a figure of fun he looked, with a uniform which he had outgrown, and which he had prob ably brought from Brazil, his white cassimere trousers barely reaching his ankles, and his chapeau de bras tawny with time and use. As Harrison alluded to foreign na tions, Fox, as dean of the diplomatic corps, advanced slowly toward him; but before he could get near enoug...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 19 March 1897

I-" v 1 H k I--, VOL. XI. COO'TY AKD CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. oxly pai-eb piiEiusaio m cousxr. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FHIDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1897, NO. SO. THE HIGH WATER, TIi9 Flood in the Mississippi VaUoy Growing Very Serious. MYi LIVES ARE REPORTED LOST. Fcopla Lined Up on Railroad Tracks Ovei Which Waves Sweep and Threaten to Carry Them Off The Memphis Relief Committee Busy. JlEMrcis, Tenn., March 17.The Mississippi iver at Memphis last night gauged a fraction over 30.5 feet, a rise of over one-tenth since morning. The. river continues to rise steadily. Two lives are known to have been lost dur ing the clay. Two negroes who live near Marion, Ark., attempted to cross Mound lake in a dugout, when they were caught by the mighty current, their boat capsized and they were swept away. The change in the situation in the past 21 hours has been steadily for the worse in every respect so far as the flood and the flood victims are concerned. Lo calities that were expected up to the last moment t...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 19 March 1897

ooMantMRepubltc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. V. II. STEWART, . roblSsLer. TERMS OF SCRSCEIPTION. One year tl 50 Six months '5 Three months 0 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Poatolfice at Goodland, Ran., for transmission throuKh the maits, as second class mail matter. NOTICE. All delinquent foreign trub-xriptiom to The Republic have been placed with the Publisher's Collection Agency, of St. Panl, Minn,, for collec tion, and those owing same may govern them selves accordingly. Tho reason for collecting these accounts through tho agency, which for the time being becomes our privato agent, is that tho prevail ing hard times has forced the dismissal of our bookkeeper, stenographers, printers and press men, and the editor has been put upon half ra tions and detailed to do the work of all. Besides the agency can do tho work for ns cheaper than we conld do it ourself. The receipt of a bill is no disgrace ; wo get hundreds of them ev...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 19 March 1897

YEARS, i Whoa one by ooe the silent, st?toiy years Giide lite pale ghosts beyc-nd our yearning sight. Vainly we ctretch onr arms to fctay their flight, So soon, so swift, they pass to endless eight ! We hardly learn to oa.ne them, To prake them or to blame them, To know their shadowy faces, Ere we tee their empty places ! Only once the glad spring greets them, Only once fair summer meets them, Only once the autumn glory Tells for them ita mystic story. Only once the winter hoary Wears for them its robes of light ! Years leave their work half done ; like men, alas ! With sheaves ungathered to their graves they pass, And are forgotten. What they strive to do Lives for a while in memory of a few, Then over ail Oblivion's waters flow The years are buried in the long ago ! Philadelphia Lodger. Western Kansas has found itself, and stock did it. One infallible sign of spring is the prairie schooner headed west. The green in demand at Carson City Wednesday was of the "long" variety. Very fe...

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