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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 23 April 1897

A TnUS MSROiNE. A LUU California Giri Who Gar Her t'f for Iler Brother. She lived in Placer county, net fir ;Jroia where the pretty town of Auburn now stands, for it happened many years ago, in the early '60s, eui3 I ex pect tb at but few now residing ther have any recollections of tho affair. The family, consisting of her father, a miner, her mother and little brother, dwelt in a amall shanty erected tinder cover :f a convenient ledge. The bhanty was a miserable structure of two rooms, but it held what many a grander dwelling failed to contain, a loving household. The mother lay sick w'Ah the fever, and Carmen, then a girl of 12, performed the drudgery of the house. Iler little brother, a curly headed romp of five, was Carmen's great responsibility. The father was away from early morning until laU at night at his work, and so the little hands of 13 found plenty to do. In common with the custom of miners, the father kept a. store of giant powder in the houso, which in the present ca...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 April 1897

r ;j ."? --. . ..-V- I- , V". k , T? i-v' ' " VOL. XI. cgtjxty a:t crrr official patsr. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL SO, 1897. NO. 30. A NATION'S TRIBUTE Honuinent to Gen. Grant Dedicated "with Imposing Ceremonies. 2B. M'ffiLEY MES AX ADDRESS. Tlie Grandest Military Parade Ever Seen la Haw Vork Clty-Salutei Fired by the Warships In the Harbor. New York, April 25. When the sun rose over fair Manhattan on this day of days in her history of patriotic pa geants he found a cloudless dome awaiting him. It was the day of honor to Grant, the general, the American, the dedication of the 8500,000 monu ment and tomb New York city had prepared for him, and the 'Celebration of the 75th anniversary of his birth. The ceremonies proper began at sun rise, -when from the tall flag pole near the tomb was unfurled the immense American flag furnished by the Daugh ters of the Revolution, which will fly might and day in fair weather and foul, until the winds shall have worn it away and the suns...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 April 1897

OOOUiiiU lACyUUilW. iof OFF1CIAL COUNTY F. H. STEWART, PAPER, j Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Six months 'p Three mouths 40 j Advertising rates reasonable and liberal flis- j counts given on extended contracts. Enten-d at the Postollioe at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through tbe malls, as iwnd I eJttss mail matter. j The Greeks Bozzaris. Deed another Marco That airship is fretting ttltotfether too numerous. The senate is playing a cut and slash game with the Dingey bill. Svj:pathy doesn't far in a fight as the results of the Turko Grecian war abundantly testify. The Greeks are good fighters but they &ie facing an army whose religious tsacbiDg and belief nullifies the fear of death. The salvation army burned the devil in effigy at St. Louis recently. It is a pity the original could not have been secured. The powers talked of preventing war betwen Greece and Turkey. They now talk of ending the war they talked of preventing. The war in Europe has sent wheat up to ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 April 1897

THE SERAPH'S CHARGE. Go, scatter tLy loife amain, Oyer the laud, of sorrow ; Aud gathor its goldon grain, Bofora the dawa of morrow. Go, out among tho nations, 'Mid sorrow and want and woo ; And give thino inspiration, To tho helpless ones below. G170 no though of any return, "Earth's plaudits oft' deceive; Oiler thy hand and learn "Jlora blessed to give than receive." Go, spread the truth amain, O'er all the world of sorrow ; Anticipate the stain, That sin may cause tomorrow. Lorenzo D. Gillespie. jfrom ttjc ftUapfcc. This is summer. The sailor hat and shirt waist are here. Kansas has 3,100,000 acres of wheat in this year, some 3 per cent less than Inst year. According to English as now spoken a man may be knocked down and held up simultaneously. OfficehoMing is conducive to long evity. A Fort. Scott man has held the office of justice of the peace continu ously for 43 years. A metropolitan paper thought it had got a scoop when it declared that "Kansas Republicans Want Spoils." The ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 April 1897

: A DAY U THZ ZENANA. of the JIarera. ;Aa English artist in India had not Ion "ago tho unusual experience of spending a day in the zenana of a Mo hammedan family in v Delia nod writes an entertaining account of his experi ences.: 'A strictly orthodox Mohammedan would not dream of allowing a foreign mair to visit Lis zenana, even for the purpose of sketching, but the family who accorded the artist this privilege was net strictly orthodox, one of the daughters even going so far as to wear European costume when she appeared on tho street The ladies of the zenana were delighted at the idea of having their pictures takeu, and being on friendly terms with the ladies of the mogul court, they prepared themselves and their surroundings exactly as they might have been 6een at the Delhi palace, even hiring a party of nautch girls to dance in the afternoon. In ac cordance with this idea the older lady represented the "Begum," and one of her daughters the "Shahadee Begum." or imperial daughter, ...

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. — 7 May 1897

H 1 1 p, V;;1 1 ?i L; r .: $ 0 t u u h h VOL. XI. county axd cinr cmmt, fapz. OSU PAtil tCliLIsHED IN COCSXX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1897, NO. 37. A PARIS HORROR. Awful Results of a Fire at a Chari table Bazar. OYER OSE HUNDRED PEOPLE BUSSED A Belief That Fully One H ondred More Are Still Buried In the Rains Host of the Victim Were Leading Society Women. Pabis, May 5. Fire and a resulting panic in a crowded charitable bazar in the Eue Jean Goujon at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon caused no fewer than 100 deaths and the more or less serious injury of 200 persons. Many leaders in Parisian society are num bered among the dead or wounded. Most of the victims are women. At midnight 100 corpses had been taken to the Palais de l'lndustrle, and it is supposed that 100 more are still buried in the ruins. The injured are known to number at least 180. The building in which the fire broke out was a temporary structure of wood. The flames were first discov ered above the stal...

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. — 7 May 1897

6oo&Ian&18epubHc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEW ACT, Publisher. TEEM 3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year tl 50 Six months 75 Three months ,40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts eiven on extended contracts. Entered at the Postoffice at Goodland, Kan., f or traisKQisoion through the mails, a second cUss mail matter. The sick man of Europe seems im proving in health. Bees is to be further taxed by the tariff bill now being formulated. The tariff schedules of the Diogley bill are being greatly changed in the senate. The- secretary of the treasury has recommended that the tax on whiskey be reduced. Watch us international bimetallists capture Europe. The three doughty commissioners sail Saturday. A million and a half of gold went from the United States to Europe last Thursday. The drain has begun. The Standard Oil company has paid 40 per cent, in dividends during the past 15 mQntbs. Confidence seems to be at work on Standard Oil stock. Compared to the Spanish crueltie...

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. — 7 May 1897

HEN THE WARM DAYS COME, When the warm days eomo, an' the green Is all j , aronnd. An' the bashes are nodin'to their shaddersoa the ground; When the meddar lark is singin' 'round its nest hid in the giais, An' the brown thrush is a-swingin' 'rcongst the thorn an' sassafras. When the Juneberry's in blossom, tho'theoak tree still is bare ; When the blows are all a-fallin' from the cherry and the pear ; When the orchard is in blossom, an' the roads are gittin' dry An' the lilac3 are a flirtin' with the lazy butter fly. When the world ia full of Bttnshine, an' woj-kin' seems a sin, An' you don't want to do nothin' but jest sit an' soak it in; When the very fields look sleepy from the wild bee's drowsy hum, An' the birds all go to matin', when the wann days come. Atlanta Constitution. The city clerk of Leavenworth is M. A. Przyblawiez. The appellate court has rendered a j decision declaring an occupation tax; illegal. ; At a church entertainment at Atch ison an embroidered nightgown was w...

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. — 7 May 1897

.VJir MeCormlcli Changed from the Left to the Riht Hand Binder. It has been said that the conveniences of one age Leccme the necessities of the next; but no ordinarily sane man will contend that the necessities of one age should be came the inconveniences of the next. When binding wa3 done by hand the left hand cut harvester waa a necessity. Tbe grain fell on the platform of the harvester and was de livered into the receiver with ita heada towards the rear cf the machine. The men stood in the receiver facinz the grain. With the left hand machine the heads of the grain are at the left hand of the man doing the binding, so in taking out the bundle with the band around it, whether the man turned to the front table or to the back table he kept his position toward the bundle itself that ia, with the heads toward hia left hand; hence, in making the tuck he shoved the ends under the band toward the heads. Grain ia handled by the shocker by grasping into the heads, a3 Ehown in the Illustrat...

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. — 14 May 1897

VOL. XI. cor NTT AH CITY OFFICIAL papfs. CUVi PAPS PC BUS BLED IX COUJTCI. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FIUDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1897, NO. FOR MEDIATION. Greece Formally Agrees to tho Proposition of tlis Powers. GMES EAGER TO HAVE PEACE. The Saltan Mobilising Troop la Asia Minor A Suspicion That Turkey Wili Ignore tbe Powers and Their Plan of Mediation. Ateexs, May 12. As was generally expected, Greece yesterday formally agreed to the proposition of the pow ers for mediation, and the Turko-Gre-cian war is undoubtedly at an end. Greece having accepted mediation, the ambassadors of the powers at Constan tinople have been instructed to ap proach the Turkish government with the view of ascertaining upon what condition Turkey will agree to declare peace. As soon as the reply of Greece to the note of the powers offering mediation was handed to the representatives of the powers, the latter telegraphed the Greek decision to the representatives of the powers at Constantinople, with the request that they...

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. — 14 May 1897

ooblan&cpubKc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWART, Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ouo year 52 Six months Three months y:v , ,,.4U Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contract. Entered at tbe poatorace at Goodland, Kan., for transmission throutra the mails, as aeeoud class mail matter. Tee Dingley bill is not so bad after all. It puts saner kraut and balm of Gilead on the free list. The Turko-Greciaa war must of necessity cease soon, as the Greeks have about run out of territory to re treat in. The Topeka Journal points the fin ger of prophecy to the fate of Bill Higgias and tells Cy Leeland that his shall be the same. Poor Cy! Prof. Tottex of Yale, an ex-army officer, predicts the speedy downfall of the Ottoman empire, from prophesies in the book of Daniel. That is a far fetched authority. The English are hot over the reject ion of the arbitration treaty by the United States senate. Ey this sign, therefore, be it known that the senate did 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. — 14 May 1897

NOT ALL FOR SALE. Eicbcs, liko ii;ect3, while concealed tbey lie, Wait but for wings, a&d in their seasons fly; To whom can riches give repute and trust, Content or pleasure, but the good and jnst? Judges and senates have been boos'at for olJ ; Esteem and love are nover to be sold. Pope. . torn tijc Z&tys'tit. It is curious how costly free things are. A fool never gains anything by going to college. The man who can't spit over his' necktie has no business chewing tobac co. ' " '' j Mrs. Edict lives at Phillipsburg. It has always been supposed she was of royal parentage. Long experience with life leads the philosopher of the Atchison Champion to rise and remark that uot to be born at all is to millions the greatest bless ing. All along the line east of here cream eries are being built and operated, Isn't it about time Goodland bilebeo" up her bloomers and took out after one. The insurance commissioner of Ohio is making the same kind of a fight against the insurance monopoly 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. — 14 May 1897

THE NEGRO MOSES. A Celebrated Woman Who Spirited Btint from the Sontb. Mrs. Harriet Tubman, once eaUes? the "Moses of her people," and for whose head slave owners offered a re ward of $40,000, is in Boston. She was born ahout 1820, in Dorchester county, and was the granddaughter of a slave brought from Africa. About 1S44 she married a free colored man named John Tubman, but had no children. During the last two years of her slavery she lived in the family of Dr. Thompson. In 1849 the man to whom she belonged died, and by the provi sions of thfc will the slaves were to be set free. His wishes, however, were disregarded, and arrangements were made to dispose of them in the usual way. Previous to the sale, Mrs. Tubman made her escape and reached Philadelphia, where she found work and earned money. With this she traveled back to Maryland for her husband, but found that he had married again. Between 1S50 and 1SG0 she made no less than 19 trips to the eouth, and spirited away more than SCO...

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. — 21 May 1897

VOL. XI. COUNTY iD cm OFFICIAL PAP5K. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FIUDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1897, NO. 39. SENATE'S SESSION. Cuba Again Occupies the Attention of Senators. A5 OEMEH TO THE TARIFF BILL A Reserve Fund of 850,000,000 Wanted In the Treasury Hoaae Republicans No tified to Be Freaent on Thursday Indian Bill Agreed Upon. Washington, May 19. Cuba again occupied the foreground in the senate yesterday. It drew large crowds to the galleries, and brought two notable speeches, the one by Mr. Mason, of Illinois, in favor of the Morgan resolu tion, and the other by Mr. Hoar, of Massachusetts, in opposition to it The Illinois senator pictured in fervid terms the distress in Cuba, dwelling particularly on the starving condition of 800 United States citizens, as report ed by the president, and called upon the senate to throw off its lethargy and pass the Morgan resolution. Mr. Hoar spoke in his usual calm and dig nified style, and took occasion to deride buncombe appeals to constituents and bragga...

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. — 21 May 1897

(Booblanb "Republic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWART, Publisher. TEEH3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oua year tl 50 Six months 'i Three months r- 0 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Postotfiee at Goodland, Kan., for transmission tbrouKb the malis, aasetxnd class mail matter. Will President McKinley let Cuba be free? Tcekey seems to have au ever victo rious army. The grand Turk is himself again, and is letting the powers know it. The sultan's demands sho that he is willing to take Greece as part pay ment for his war indemnity. Stephen A. Mallory, an enthusiastic silver man, was elected senator from Florida Friday to succeed Senator Call. The sugar trust is very much in evi dence in the lobbies at Washington but perhaps not more so than all other trusts. Eighteen thousand New York tailors are oat on a strike against starvation wages. Prosperity evidently didn't wave for them. President McKinley has wisely con cluded to take some ac...

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. — 21 May 1897

MY FIRST LOVE. I had a love in the days o! youth ; Language would be poor to name her; Her smile was tho (ace of truth ; And all that she did became her. Her love for me was so sweet a thing ! 'Twas the smile cf summer, beaming On the flowers of the early spring, Of never a winter dreaming. Ah, me ! I fear I was slow to feel Just how much that love was earning, So little I gave of what was real To SU that loving heart's yearning, How cruel the human heart can be Such wealth of true love to borrow, And give so little, so grudgingly, As it were pay for sorrow ! 'Tis long since she from my life went forth ; After all sowing comes reaping, I knew not then what her love was worth ; Now I see it through my weeping. I've sought to replace that love in vain, But I find not such another; Let me name her once to ease my pain Her hallowed name was Mother ! Pearson's Weekly. A good man always has good neigh bors. Never let the hinges of friendship get rusty. A woman's ambition is to be beauti f...

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. — 21 May 1897

UNLUCKY DAYS. Translate4 from the Orlglflal Latin Yersei Concerning Evil Day. JASUABT. Of this first month, the opening day And seventh like a sveord will sway. rEBBUABY. The fourth day bringetu down to death; The third will stop a strong man's breati. MABCH. The first the greedy glutton stays; The fourth cuts short the drunkard's days. APBIIi. The tenth and the eleventh, too. Are ready death's fell work to do. MAT. The third to slay poor man has power, The seventh desiroyeth In an hour. JUKE. The tenth a pallid visage shows; No faith nor truth the fifteenth knows. JULT. The thirteenth Is a fatal day; The tenth alike will mortals slay. AUGUST. The first kills strong ones at a blow; The second lays a cohort low. SEPTEMBER. The third day of the month September, And tenth bring evil to each member. OCTOBER, The third and twenty with poisoned breath, To man are foes as foul as death. hOVEMESB. The fifth bears scorpion sting of deadly pain; The third is tinctured with destruction's train...

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. — 28 May 1897

t - ' - ' f M --: ,s V 1 VOL. XI. COOTTY A'D CITT OFFICIAL FAPEB. 0XY FAP2;ii rCIiUHD Lrf CGL'IiV 5 X-.i GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1837. NO. 40. - 4 TARIFF BILL UP. Eenator Aldrich Lays the Measure Before the Senate. SE5AT0R VEST OPPOSES THE BILL. Senator Cannon Want! a Bounty on Farm Products Compcu&ation for the TVicbiUs A Bill Prof tdlnjr for ' Kallroad Pooling. Washixgtok, May 26. The debate on the tariff bill began in the senate yesterday, with crowded galleries and a large attendance of senators and the tariff leaders of the house. Minor business claimed attention up to two p. m., when Senator Aldrich, of Rhode Island, in charge of the tariff bill, had the measure laid before the senate. It was agreed at the outset of the consid eration of the tariff bill that the formal reading of the bill be dispensed with v.ntil it was considered by para graphs, and then that committee amendments would be considered first, after which each paragraph would be open to gene...

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. — 28 May 1897

SooblanblRepublte- OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWART, risMisher. TESMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year - H Sii months - 5 Three months ' Advertising rates reasonable and liberal ais connts given on extended contracts. Entered at the FcstotSce at GoodlaEd. Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second elass mail matter. THE BOLD IDS DEAD. Ia bis general orders issued to the soldiers of the armies of the United States Jane 2, 1875, General Grant sum med up In the compact,' vigorous and soldierly style for which he was noted, the claim which union soldiers have on the gratitude of the country: "Your marches, sieges, and battles in distance, duration, resolution and bril liancy of results dim the luster of the world's past achievements, and will be the patriot's precedent in defense of liberty and right in all time to come To achieve these glorious triumphs and secure to yourselves, your fellow coun trymen and posterity the blessings of free institutions, tens of thousands of your ga...

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. — 28 May 1897

THE YEARS SWEEP ON. Life is wrought cf little things, -.Little joys with azure wings, Littls csres with barbed stings. Little moments swarm in showers, Bringing weels and bringin? flowers, Byiug in the silent hours. Fall the silent hours away, Clad in white and clad in gray, On the bosom of each day. Every day its burden rears, Sorrow, joyance, pleasure, tears. Tribute to the hungry years. And the year3 sM-eep out to sea, Bearing jou and bearing me To the wide eternity. ir torn tfte fc&agsfoe. Engine 738 on the Santa Fe which arrived in Topeka at 11.30 last night carried for a headlight an electric searchlight. This is the first applica tion of the searchlight for use as head lights in the west and the experiment was very satisfactory. The light can be moved from one side to another by an appliance ia the cab so that a curve may be lighted up do matter how 6harp. The searchlight throws a streak of light that enables the engi neer to see the track for a half a mile ahead on the d...

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