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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 19 March 1897

A FORGOTTEN HnO. A. fclaek Ilao 7ho Fought Pravtly Against the Dritlsli. . Instances of individual heroism were Hot lacking amoasf the colored races, lcth negro acd Indian, during the wax of the colonies for independence. One of the most noted among tha blaekmea who fought against the Brit ish was Austin Dabney, a young mu latto living in Pike county, Ga. Aus tin was a free man, and was known to the planters for his sobriety and in dustry even when a, bey. He shoul dered a musket and joined the army, working in the trenches and fighting bravely during three years. lie yas severely wounded in a skir mish in the winter of '77, and was car ried into the house of a planter named Harris, where he was kindly cared for Und nursed back to health. As soon as he could walk he joined the army again and remained until the end of the war, when in recognition of his bravery a pension was granted him by the government. The state of Georgia also gave him valuable land. Dabney tilled it so skillfull...

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 March 1897

i . I VOL. XI: CGT7KTT AJCD CITY OfTICIAI. PAPFE. OKLI PA?3 JfCELIbfiiO LST COCKI?. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FllIDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1897. NO. 31. Tho Senate Wanta the Operation of tha Law Investigated. SPEECH 05 SENATORIAL ELECTIONS. Speeches Made la the noose on the Tarl2 UUl A Night Session-Petition for riaclug Book on the Free list. TYasiiixgto:;, 51 arch 24. The senate was unexpectedly precipitated into a civil service debate yesterday. It pro ceeded for two hours, the civil service act and the commission being under fire most of the time. The debate was significant owing to the recent change cf administration, and the at tendant demand for offices. The dis cussion came up on a resolution to in vestigate federal removals at the South Omaha, Neb., office. The resolution was broadened by an amendment in structing the committee to inquire in to the general operation of the civil service law, and to report whether it should be continued, amended or re pealed. During the day Mr. Berry, ...

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 March 1897

ooblanblRepubH OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. !!. STEWART, rnblisiier. TEfiMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year 1 SO Six months Threo months 0 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Pogtoifice at Goodiand, Kan., for transmission thrown the mails, as swond class mail matter. NOTICE. All delinquent foreign subscriptions to 'The Republic have been placed with tho Publisher's Collection Agency, of St. Paul, Minu,, for collec tion, arid those owing saine may govern them selves accordingly. The reason for collecting these accounts through the agency, which for the time being becomes onr private agent, is that the prevail ing hard times has forced the dismissal of our bookkeepers, stenographers, printers and press men, and tho editor has been put upon half ra tions and detailed to do the work of all. Besides tho agency can do the- work for us cheaper than we could do it ourself. Tho receipt of a bill is no disgrace ; we get hundreds of them every...

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 March 1897

EXPECTANCY. Oyer the sea, the foaai-crested sea, There sails a ship with white wings to me ; Ti laden with hopes of Ia-To-Be. It will come to land when the break of day Sends a rosy cloud on a sun-lit ray, To brighten the shore-touched shell-lined bay. RLoda A. Masten, in Home Magazine. $ rent x)t Klagsfoe. A mudless street is a joy forever. Bock beer will soon be in our midst, eolleetive-ly speaking. The shiftless man is never at home when opportunity knocks at his door. There is but one negro member of the present congress and his name is White. Between the sensational newspaper and the sensational preacher there is not much choice. A newspaper war is on at St. Francis, and the editor of one paper has brought suit against the other for libel. One Goodland man was so effected by Corbet's defeat in the Carson cham pionship fight that he shsd tears as big as door knobs. Fifty-six Kansas counties bear the names of soldiers in the late war. Only two of them, however, of privates, Osbor...

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 March 1897

LINCOLN'S FIRST INAUGURATION - - Fears of Els Assassination, and He Wm Carefully Guarded. Regular troops were postad at iater Vals along1 Pennsylvania avenue. Sharpshooters were climbing over the roofs of the houses. A mounted oScer at every corner was ready to report to Gen. Scott the passage of the proces sioQ. Detectives in plain clothes squirmed through the masses of peo ple. The policemen had been instruct ed to arrest for "disorderly conduct" any person who called Mr. Lincoln an opprobrious name or uttered a disloyal sentiment There was much suppressed excitement, and the prophetic word "assassination" was in every mind. President Euchanan, whose term ex pired at noon, was engaged until half an hour later in signing the bills that had been hurriedly passed, but the congressional clock had been put back to legalize the transaction. At last he drove down to Willard's and the pro . cession was formed. The president and president-elect rode in an open barouche; but this confidence...

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. — 2 April 1897

W . - f "i "si ... .. C. Yfh;",;; . . A . I f , : f , f . fY A HrrVl fi V-' 1r - P-f CVVV: '2 'j VOL. XI. COUSTY AK CITT OFyiflAL PAPER. CJiLX PAPi-i, tCELIiilZD Hi CGE&TXi GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1897, NO. 32. TARIFF TAXES. Senator Allen Speaks on th8 Consti tutional Power of Congress. A OTWOLEG BILL INTRODUCED. The Ci:ban Question Brought Cpby Senator U-Afgan Political Speeches Wedged Into the Tariff Debate ia the House. Washington, March SI. Senator Allen, of Nebraska, made a speech in the senate yesterday on the unconsti tutionality of tariff taxes beyond those requisite for revenue. lie severely criticised the trusts and combinations which, he declared, reaped the main advantage of tariff taxes. The sen ator's remarks were in the nature of a legal argument showing the constitu tional limitations of the taxing1 power of congress. - Senator Forakcr, of Ohio, introduced a pooling bill. It is practically a re production of the Patterson bill, intro duced in 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. — 2 April 1897

Soo&lan&TRepuBUc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWART, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oue year sl Six months !2 Three months - y;.v"' , . Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Posioffice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission thrown the maila, as goi-ond tiiass mail matter. The saow of the pa-t week is about all the wave of prosperity the west is in. need of. OTHER JONAHS. Many Legend iu Ancient Hairs Kesein- ; bliDg th Bible Nardtlvec The familiar story of Jonah and the j whale, recently so widely discussed on j account of Dr. Lyman Abbot's recent I lecture, and the numerous comments list g? ia:;d3 a;;d lots si JECT TO DEED SEPT. 1, 1897. Naras of Owner and Description. S. T. R. Am't. Name of Ow&cr and Description. S. T. R Ain't. - President McKislet :iud Senator Tillman have met, and parted well pleased with each other. One of the best features of the com mercial situation is the fact that the outlook is better ...

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. — 2 April 1897

YOUTHFUL JOYS. The flowers we plucked in childhood Fosoesed a p6rf'imo rare, With which none in the wildwood Of the present can compare. A youth's first sweetheart's kisses A warmth of love possessed With which when she's his Mrs. No kis3 compares in zest. And though we gain a million 'Twill bring but half the joys Of the dollar worth a billion That we found when we were boys. The Kansas bens and cows brought their owners a revenue of 63,500,000 last year. Capt. George Fraser's recent down fall dated from the moment he tried to get the best of Goodland. That sixth round in the Fitzsiinmons Corbett fight looks as though it will cause the debate to go on forever. A question of unusual moment con fronts the western Kansas farmer. It is whether to buy calves or spring wheat with hi3 gold standard rocks. Saturday evening lightning was seen iu the northwest and the weather prophets take it as a sign that the season is to be very humid. Signs work in wet weather. The bicycle party is the 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. — 2 April 1897

A tDrSCHEDJTED OMEN. . i'La Hi;iioe4 Had a Horse Attached to Them. "OJf coars-3 I'm act superstitious," Eaid the man with the gold-rimmed piassfii "I thick that superstitutioa is a weakness unworthy of our modern civilization.". "Boesa't it make you uneasy to see the mooa over your left shoulder?" asked the raatter-of-fact friend. "Well, of course there are impres sions that it is very difficult to eradi cate." "Would you be just as willing' to "walk under a ladder as not?" "As I have already said, there are things toward which we have an in stinctive aversion whicd we cannot ex plain by any process or logic Possi bly it is a matter of heredity. Still, I claim to be free from superstition at least so far that I do not let it affect my conduct in any material way." "Well, I don't try to beat around the bush. If there are any supersti tions that I don't possess it's because I don't know about 'em. There's only one that I don't give in to." "Which is that?" "The one about it being1 luc...

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 April 1897

' " - ,' ? --' f - X VOL. XI. tOUXTT AVD CTTT OFFICIAL PAFEB. ULX PAPEB PCBLIiHiD LX COGIf. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 1801 NO. 33. INDIANS STARVING, Tia Uccioes in California in a PiU ela Condition. PROTESTS AGAI5SI TEE TARIFF BILL Cigar Jllanafactsreri Say That the Daty on Tobacco Will Kaln Them Dog Tears a Man to Piece-fifty Years for Murder. Eedlixg, Cal., April 7. Word come3 from Modoc county that the remnant of Capt Jack's tribe of Modoc Indians, now living in that county, in the neigh borhood of the scenes of Capt Jack's treachery and Gen. Canby's death in 1S73, are now in a pitiable condition, verging on actual starvation. In all there are about 200 families of the tribe. The winter has been a severe one,, the snow being so deep, that the Indians have been unable to" obtain the necessaries of life. A party of two bucks and ten squaws struggled into Alturas, the county seat, from the lava beds to get food, but the whites were not charitably disposed to the Mod...

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 April 1897

fAU;A;,.rj OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER, Publisher. ! P. H, STEWART, TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year H 50 Six mouths ' Three mouth j : ,. Advertising rates reasonable and liberal ais eountb given on extended contracts. Sutured at the r'ortolbce at Goodland, Kan., for transmission throujrh the mails, a second olass mail matter. A great many discorda are notice- j able in the European concert. ! Can it be that the promised return of j prosperity is again side-tracked? j England is about to declare war j against the Transvaal republic. Eng- J land always pick out a weak victim, j Nebraska tiucls its treasury short $600,000, tho ex-treasurer, a republican, having proven himself a thief of thieves. Attokxey General Boyle and Vebb McNall mako a team the insurance company attorneys will find hard to beat. United States warships have been dispatched to Honolulu to prevent trouble between the Hawaians and the Japanese. The powers, concert and all, seem to be under the supreme control of Abdul Ilami...

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 April 1897

HITS AND MISSES. Farmit High is down on Kansas, ' Fannit might have maJe things pay " Might have made a mint of money But he waso't built that way. Farmit High came here in BiBfity Said he'd farm thi3 land in style, Fancit's head was fall of notions And he missed it I should smile. Wayup Eanks is down on Kansas, Vaynp started in all right With a vast determination To get everything in sight. Wayup left one foggy morning, Ee was absent ail that day And he cometh not at cv'ning For he missed it I should say. Cnttan Slash is down on Kansas, He wa3 F.cglish don't you know Took his "lunch" called supper, "dinner," Had a pocket full of "dough," TYiat was several years ago. Cuttan Slash has gone away. And he took a side-door sleeper For he misled it so they say. Takeit Slow will stay in Kansas, Has a farm and money, too Has a little hard of cattle And a cock-a-doodlo doo. Takeit Slow sells eqgs and butter Farms his land when farming pays, Raises whiskers, crops, and he'll to When there's 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. — 9 April 1897

THZ OCEAN COD. Il'atJa nsiurwen Slake Offering cf Kili and Footl to Aert tne J'lague. The fishermen of the Bombay coast make offerings to the sea to obtain its protection against the bubonic plague, which is now ravaging India and con tinues to increase in severity. Unlike the ordinary natives they do not flee from the plague stricken quar ters. Thi3 ia partly because they have less chances of making a livelihood elsewhere and partly because they love and worship the sea. They keep their miserable hovels on the shore and by spending most of their days on the great purifying element many ere saved from infection. One of the most impressive sights that can be witnessed in the prevail ing Indian epidemic is a party of these fishermen making their propitiation to the ocean. When the plague appears among them those of the fishermen who are well gather together in their boats. They take with them bread, milk and preserves. These are things which in the present state of famine they can ill...

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 April 1897

V,' '-v" i- V .- - I '-. V "V V VOL. XI. CorXTT AVD CITY OFFICIAL PAFFR. 02UT PAPH I-CUaSI irx COCKXf. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1897. NO.oi. SENATE'S SESSION. Eoacitor Morgan Concludes Ilia Speech on Cuba. EILLS FOR SEIZING AM PLANTS. The Appropriation Bills to Be Taken Up ia the Senate and Passed The President Will Recommend an Indemnity for Lynched Italians. Washington, April 14. Senator Mor gan, of Alabama, yesterday concluded his long speech in the senate on the resolution declaring that a state ol war exists in Cuba, lie did not ask for a vote on the resolution, but an nounced that he hoped to secure a final vote at an early day. The bankruptcy b;ll was taken up at three o'clock, Mr. Lindsay, of Kentucky, defending the measure against criticisms made on it. lathe course of the presentation of memorials, Mr. Coekrell, of Mis souri, announced that he held in his hand "one of the stereotyped printed petitions from that distinguished In dianapolis conference, in ...

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 April 1897

Cooblanb SepubHc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. 11. STEWART, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ono year SI M Siz months '" Three months , . 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the postoiiice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mail, as second eiass mail matter. Dixgley won't know his tariff bill when it is returned from the senate unless it has an identification card attached. The new secretary of agriculture in issuing a treatise on "How to Grow Mushrooms" shows that he is not in touch with the needs of the American farmer. The all absorbing question with him at present is "How to Raise Mortgages." Some republican papers charge Speaker Street with drawing more money from the state treasury than .was due him. The Topeka Advocate' has investigated the account in the auditor's office and finds that Mr. Street is entitled to one more day's pay than he has drawn. The Sugar trust is importing vast quantities of sugar to es...

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 April 1897

THE SOCIAL AT THE PARSON'S. ; ' "They carried pie to the pastor's boose And scattered tlie fioor with crumbs, And maiked tLe leaves of Lis choicest books With the prints of their dirty thumbs. They piled his dishes high and thick With a lot of unhealthy cake, While they gobbled the buttered toast and rolls, Which the pastor's wife did make. They hung around Clytes' classical nock Their apple parings for sport, And everyone laughed when a clumsy loot Spilt his tea in the piano forte. Next day the parson and his wife Went down on their knees, but not to pray ; Oh no, 'twas to scrape the grease and dirt From the carpet and stairs away. Selected With Care. Last Sunday was Palm Sunday Sunday is Easter, the end of Lent. The sua bonnet ha3 made its appear ance. Selfishness is at the bottom of all trouble. The best argument against divorce is a divorce case. Tuesday was the 154th anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson. A Phillipsburg man refused 250 spot cash for a team of driving hor...

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 April 1897

. i?CTrJd Tfirfar, This is often fc't in every joint and erase!? of the body by turns, by people who, ex periencing the earliest twinges of rheuma tism, ceased; to arrest the malady, as they may easily do, with Iloctetter's Stomach let ters, a professionally authenticated remedy 2or the agoniidES complaint. Recollect that rheuinati.sra rjitTiecfced often kits a lifetime, or abruptly terminates it x hen the malady V'acks the heart. The Bitters also reme dies chills and fever, dyspepsia tad liver complaint. I he knack of easy travel i3 in knowing how to keep ready all the time. Kam's liora. I cannot speak too highly of Fi?o's Cure for Consumption Mrs. Frank Mobbs, 21f V. 22d hit., New York, Oct. 23, We hive often wondered why one can sev er find a thing until he quits hunting for it. -V aahingtou Democrat. At once use St. Jacobs Oil for Eprains. At. oaej it will cure. Athletes know this. If there is scc-h a thing as good luck, it Is being endowed with good sense by your father and mot...

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 April 1897

VOL. XI. COtKTT AXT CITY VFTCZAL PA?I ?. OSLt PAPi.3 PESUiBXIi U CGCSXft GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1697. NO. MORGAN OS CUBA, Tta Eenator Urges Speedy Action by Thl3 Country. m AGRICULTURAL BILL PASSED. JBuBkmptcy Bill Laid Before the Senate .nany Kednctlcn, Mad fca the Tariff -BUi-Tfce Retroactive Clause Modified. V.V8HiXQTOJf, April 21. Senator Mor gans resolution declaniig that a state f war exists in Cuba was dlnes briefly in tha senate yesterday and aaen went ever lor a week, owing to we aDsiee or Senator Hale, of Maine, who hsa "been active in ormositinn. Mr. Morgan again urged the need of apeeay action by this country to stay the devastation going on in Cuba He lad just listened, he said, to the ali mony of a witness before the fcommit- xee on loreign relations, which pre sented a shocking condition nf affair ia Pinar del Rio. It was morally im- fijusMwe m a i me people of the United Ktates should close their eyes to these ihorrors much longer. We a?e, he sai...

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 April 1897

cBooblanb IRepublfc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWART, mblisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year J JO Six months 'S Three moDtbs ; 0 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts Riven on extended contract. Entered at the Postottice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second eiass mail matter. Nearly 4,000,000 womcu, or eighteen per cent of all women in the United States, were ia 1SD0 engaged iu earning their own living in some trade or em ployment. The Standard Oil company has paid ia dividends too past year nearly $30,000,0000. How much more than this it3 profits have been is only a matter of conjecture. Ik England one person in every seven is a depositor in a postal bank, and the total amount of deposits in the keeping of the government is more than 1400,000,000. Wab between Greece and Turkey is now a stern reality. Greece won her freedom from Turkey in 1821 and should be able to hold her own against the Moslems now. Let the insurance companies rage...

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 April 1897

IF I KNEW. If I knew Ui8 box whore the smiles are kept, No matter how large the key Or strong the bolt, I would try so hard 'Twould open, I know, for mfl. then OTor the land and the S6a, broadcast, I d scatter the smiles to play, That the children's faces might Lold them fast For macy and many a day. If I knew a box that was large enough - To hold all the frowns I meet, I would like to gather them every one, From nursery, school and street ; Then, folding and holding, I'd pack them in, And, turning the monster key, I'd hire a giant to drop the box To the depths of the deep, deep sea. Boston Transcript, jfrom tije &agstt!e. An itching palm is the politicians' long suit. The perfect man or woman has no business on earth. Paradoxial as it may seem, the full man hath a vacant look. The scientists say that Kansas i3 the bed of an ancient ocean. A. M. Breese is the new command ant at the state soldier's home. A little learning is a dangerous thing when experimenting with a bicycle. Nu...

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