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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 28 May 1897

; A FISHING RECTOR. E Delayed Sunday Services That E JU jlit CatcJi Fish. Eev. John Snakerinj was rector of a small parish on the left bank . of the Eiver Treat; indeed, he was rector of the whole village, as well as being ths landed proprietor. Cut for the fact of his being a humane and generous land lord, with a strong spice of sport, in whieh he joined the villagers at times, whether with rod or grin, or occasion ally sharing in the taliy-ho, he was as much the ruler of bodies and souls of his neighbors as was formerly the veritable plantation and slave owner in the southern , states of Amer ica. All the farms in the neighbor hood were his freehold property, and all the farmers, their sisters, cousins and aunts, owed and paid him al legiance. Hence his congregation at the church comprised his tenants and their families and occasion ally included a devout pedestrian, who would step aside from the flowery mead to share in the Sunday services. The rector was a broad-minded man, who ...

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. — 4 June 1897

: ; t' 1 VOL. XI. COtTfTT 7 AND CITT OFFICIAL FA?.?.5! GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4, 1897. NO. 41. "6oe WORK OHOIEESS Good Progress Had on tie Tariff Bill in the Senate. FITTINGLY OBSERVED. QUESTIONS FOR A POPULAR VOTE. WNALL RESTRAINED. Cutll Jun n lhe Metropolitan Life Insur. anre Co, Caa Do I'-usuitp In Kaaiiis. Torr-Ki, liaa., June s. me iietro- I Memorial Dav Ceremonies Hill polity Life insarance U. of New Throughout the Country, court against State Insurance Commis sioner McNall to restrain him from re- I McKiaSey P.-wieiit at Arlington Monnmen The Conference Eepoi-t on the Sundry Civil Bill Adopted by the House Tillman KcsolutlonNot Report ed--Keport on Alstnkau Tjonnda:. to Gen Shaw Bine aod Gray Unite at Elchniond The Day s.t ' Kansas City. Washington, June 2. The senate made pood progress on the tariff bill yesterday, advancing to tbe important metals schedule. During the day par agraphs covering marble and stone, china, glass, brick and tile were com pleted wi...

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. — 4 June 1897

f - s-.f- -vi s . , SooblanblRepublfc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F H. STEWART, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year , $1 SO Six months .' 75 Three months .40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Postothce at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second class mail matter. A PROSPERITY (!) PANACEA. . Great things are claimed for the mutilated Dingley tariff, amended and re-written by the republican members of the senate finance committee until its original frames could hardly find traces- of their handiwork, as great things were claimed for the Dingley tariff in its original form as a restor ative of prosperity and a remedy for all our serious ills. It may be that there is some occuult power in this tariff which will enable us to lift our selves out of the slough of industrial depression by our boot straps, start the cart before the horse, build pros perity upon expectations, and put it in the power of manuf...

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. — 4 June 1897

THE KANSAS HH : a k D. Cob' .'iVtHry rf the sUt r oarJ if pgrK'-ai.r.-f La i -r the : -... 't'.T o: 1 .ncrit vv ,i;JiaiarcQ Itis mainly devoted to the poultry industry, &vd itbears evidence of painstaking care m its preparation. No document, issued by the department since its organization, has been more interesting, and the in rormauoa it gives is a revelation. On the title page is printed in red this dedication: "The Helpful Hen While everything else was going to rack and ruin, she increased and multiplied; she support ed herself and the family, too. The very insects which would have des poiled the farm she fattened upon, laying her daily egg the blessed egg that took the place of beef and milk, mutton and pork and in good time, after all these services, surrendered her toothsome body to the cause of humanity." The introduction by Secretary Co burn briefly summarizes the contents of the report. It says that the value of Kansas poultry and eggs sold last year was S3,CC3,815, or ...

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. — 4 June 1897

! COULD TALK AEOUT FLiES. Dun Pupil Proved lie Was Not a Fool-Elj Specialty. ; ' One of the speakers at a banquet given here recently dwelt at some length upon a man's natural aptitude to the voeatiou in life he pursued, and attributed as a result of so many fail ures the fact that a majority of man kind were following vocations not in bent with their natural inclinations. He told an interesting story illustrat ing his meaning from one of his school boy recollections, as follows: "At my first school there was a boy to whom the teacher could not succeed in imparting the simplest rules of elementary knowledge. Try as she might, her efforts were failures. Her patience, after exhaustless trials, turned to despair. One day, when he seemed duller than usual, she sent him from the recitation bench to his seat with a severe reprimand, promising to recommend his dismissal to tne trustees. "Shortly afterward she observed him bending over some pursuit at his desk. His eyes were lighted with an...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 June 1897

h i. ' V,.. j.i.J lif v -.J vm avi i"?-. (vwWa VOL. VT All COITSTT AT CTT7 GFFICIAI, FAfJ" JLIT FAI-EJS i-tiLIs'il& IN CO CM'? GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1697. 42. THE COTTON CLAUSE The Great Southern Product Placed . on the Dutiable List, MR. CALHOUN SEES THE PRESIDENT, The Special Commissioner to Cuba Gives i . Verbal Description of the Situation ia the Inland Senators Look for gome Cuban Action. Washington, June 9. By the deci sive vote of 42 to 19 the senate yester day adopted an amendment to the tariff bill placing raw cotton, the great pro duet of the south, on the dutiable list at 20 per cent, ad valorem. It i3 the first time in the history of tariff legis lation that a duty on cotton has been incorporated in abilL Theamenduent was proposed by Mr. Bacon, of Geor gia, on his individual responsibility, and without the approval of the finance committee, which thus far has been requisite to the success of every amendment, except a minor one which went through ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 June 1897

ooblanblRepubMc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWART, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year 11 M Six months . 75 Three months : 43 Advertising rates reasonable end liberal dis counts given on extended contract. Filtered at the Postoroce at Goodland, Ran., for transniissioc through the maila, & second Class mail matter. TO HITIE G2EE5SACKS. Secretary Gaga is preparing a finan cial measure to be submitted to con gress next winter. In pursuance of this plan he has sent out a circular to 2,000 leading bankers and merchants inviting suggestians for placing the currency on a sound basis. In outlint the scheme will embrace the gradual retirement of the green backs and the substitution of national bank notes therefor; allowing national banks to issue to the full limit, instead of 90 per cent as now; reducing the tax on national bank circulation from one per cent to one-fourth of one per cent, and limiting the denomination of bank note9 and all other paper money to $10, and substitu...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 June 1897

PROPOSITION. The Kansas Creamery Co ipany's C3er a Fair One. Last Friday evening a meeting was held at the Teagardm office to hear a proposition from the Kansas Creamery company, who offer to put ia a skim ming station at this point, as it has done at Lebanon, Phillipsburg, Smith Centre, Norton and Dresden. The meeting was presided over by Mayor Weber, D. P. Bailey being elected secretary. W. V. Marple; agent of the company was introduced and made an interesting talk on darying, its advan tages and disadvantages. The cotri pany's proposition, which is consid ered very liberal one, is this: The people of Sherman, county are to con struct a plant, costing probably $1,500. The company will agree to rent this plant and operate it continuously, bay ing milk for cash on the basis of the price of butter on the general market, paying the same price at the station here as is paid at the main creamery at Belleville, and making no charge for transportation of cream. The plant at no time become...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 June 1897

1HZ ArSLOGY WAS ACCEPTED Bow ISU1 Squared Elroself for Calling Jsm m Eliiffsr. Oao day when. Eroncho Bill had Im bibed h little too freely and remarked to a crowd that Ugly Joa wag a biuSet and a coward of the worst sort, lie wa almost immediately sobered by the feai that the man was sure to hear of his remarks and would shoot him on sigh, and after thinking the matter over he saw that his only chance was to htint him up and apologize for his thought less words. "Pard," he said, as he came across Joe in front of the Prairie saloon pick ing his teeth with abowie knife, "what would happen to the man who called you a coward and a bluffer?" "Wall," replied Joe, smiling wicked ly, "it seems to me that yer question ar mighty foolish, seein' as how ye ar1 acquainted with my ways." "0 of course," went on Bill, winc ing a bit "Ye'd shoot him on sight, wouldn't ye?" "I sartinly would, ye fale, and ye know it" "B Eat, pard," persisted Bill, forc ing a smile on his anxious face, "s'posin' the c...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 June 1897

VOL. XL tOrTT AVD CITT OTTTCIAI, PAPE13. t)HLX PA?1 EBIIiIlEl IX Coi'MI. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1697. NO. 43.. SUGAR SETTLED. The Host Troublesome Schedule cf the Tariff Bill Completed, -A HEAD TAX OX ALL IHIGRAHS. Tlie Senate Finance Committee Bears the Two Sides to the Controversy Over the Duty on Lead Ore Xo Cuban Action Soon Wasiiisgto.v, June 10. The senate made a great stride forward yesterday by completing' tlie consideration of the sugar schedule of the tariff bill, except the provision relating to Ilawaii.which went over. This schedule has been the sterol center of the entire bill, and with it disposed of there is a bet ter prospect for speedy action on the bill as a whole. The first paragragh of the sugar schedule served to bring out all the speeches and the test votes, and when this was passed the other paragraphs of the schedule were agreed to without further opposition. As agreed to, the schedule places on sugar not above No. 16 Dutch standard one ce...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 June 1897

6ooblanb1RepubUc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F, II. STEWART, publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. $1 50 75 for this great mov9 they doubled the . capital stock by simply issuing another share of stock to the holder of a share, aad by holding oat 47 acres of land for future manipulation- In 18S7 they is sued $1,515,000 in stock on a "re-valuation" of property and sold 8535,000 of stock, issuing pro rata to the holders without consideration. Ia they One year isix months '." STsta readable ind ubiV'al di took Mr. Armour into the deal in a counts given on extended contracts. Batered at tbe Postorrice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission tbroutc n the mails, as second oi&ss mail matter. THE BT0CX YARDS CASE. WEST IN A WAGON. have advanciJ new ideas and tew tLs- ed u what ' orie3 to 6UPPort tbeir n Phonal iQ- terest. Mohammed wanted to create au truck a man at Euletou we'd come to see, . And if wLhed to locate te could piact cs tor j . Q o, i a ro15.Tinn.fn He knew an Eden garden spot, improve...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 June 1897

THE ROOD TABLE. . Alexander Mcllroy, who died the other day at Philadelphia, was a dele gate to the national whigc onvention that nominated William Henry Harri . 6on for president in 1840. The new law providing for the tax ation of judgments amounts practi cally to a state bankruptcy law, and experienced lawyers say it will result in the releasing of millions of dollars of judgments in the state. Those who want their cows to grow op without horns, are advised to take the calves, when three weeks old, put lye where their horns promise to be; follow the lye three days afterward with vinegar, and that will be the kit of the horn9 Exchange. One of the latest sanitary devices h a gem-proof note-paper. But what shall this profit the recipient if the writer uses unsterilized ink, encloses the letter in a bacteria-infected envel ope, and attatched to one corner there of a postage stamp that is a veritable bacilli ranch? J. B. Case, one of the leadiDg cream erymen of Kansas, says that the bu...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 June 1897

Lift EUILT ON A LIE. A False Admission of Wrong Dolus Eronglit Him All His Success. "I feel that my whole life, my for tune, my family pride, everything that I possess worth having, have been built np on ialse pretenses." The speaker vs the foremost man in the community, and he was talking with one of his oldest friends. "You know how my road to prosper ity opened. My parents were gone be . fore I knew them. My grandfather died when I was nine, leaving me to a family that lost no opportunity to feliow how much of a burden I was. One day a group of boys were going down the street, a stone wa3 thrown, it caromed on the pavement, went through a plate glass window, the pro prietor came out, the ether boys ran, I confessed to being the guilty party, my arm was gripped as if in a vice, and when asked why I had not lied I said grandad had taught me not to, and with tears on my cheeks I was taken inside. As we talked I was offered 3 a week to look after the shop. A little later in the conve...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 25 June 1897

4; t i j , ' a a. s & v " "-"A' y tCY? V-'i VOL. XI. COUXTT AD CITY OFFICIAL PAFE 0LY rCBLtsHKD IN C0CXT7. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JUKE 25, 1537. NO. ii. ft 1 j DEBATE OS WOOL. Schedule Causes Several Clashes Amoag Eepublican Senators. COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY. William J. al.'ioun, the Special C'ommls Bionef to Cuba, May Be Given the l'osl; tion Mail Carrier Made Happy 1'ension Examining Boards. Washixotov, June 23. An exciting debate marked the consideration of the wool schedule, which began in the sen ate, yesterday. It developed the first serious disagreement on the republican side of the chamber, and led to a warm personal exchange between Senators Carter, of Montana, and Foraker, of Ohio, on one hand, and Mr. Allison, of Iowa, in charge of the bill; on the other. Mr. Foraker asserted that an agreement concerning rates on certain wools was being violated, and that under such circumstances every senator would be free to act for himself. Mr. Allison, with great ve...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 25 June 1897

(BooblanbtRepubUc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWART, Publisber. TERM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year U 50 &ix momns Three months , 40 Advertising rates reasonable ana liberal ais- c.nnnta oiven on pxtended contracts. Entered at the Postotfice at Goodland, E.an., for transmiaaion througn the mails, aa second class mail matter. The tariff is proving to be a local issue. Unemployed men is one of the signs that the wave is not yet sighted. One distressing feature of the Victor ian jubilee is the activity of the poet laureate. Hawaiian annexation has been post poned until fall. Uncle Sam's inten tions, however, will be respected ia Europe and elsewhere. The powers have ordered Turkey out of Thessaly, but so long as the sultan can absorb confidence from his 400,000 fightingmen in that province he is not likely to make many preparations to ward moving out. During the campfire which concluded the program of Grand Army day at the Chautauqua assembly Saturday, De partment Commander Theo. B...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 25 June 1897

V LITTLE RAIN NEEDED. The Campbell Method of Farming Being Tried Out. II. W. Campbell of Sioax City, Iowa, the originator of the much-talked-of Campbell method of farming, is super intending an experiment farm for th9 Burlington system, at Bird City, Kan sas. Though much has been said in the papers recently in favor of this method of tilling the arid lands of the west, Mr. Campell finds that the farmers look with discredit upon the scheme, merely, as he thinks, because it is new and they know practically nothing about the principles and theory upon which Mr. Campbell bases his method. At present he and son, W. H., are supervising twelve of these model farms along the Burlington system in western Kansas and Nebraska. They are conducted for the purpose of dem onstrating to the farmers that good crops may be grown under scientific tillage when the ordinary methods would bring practically nothiDg. Each of these farms is under the local management of some practical farmer who works entir...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 25 June 1897

Her Mee Bit ol Sarcaim. Thereee had two uistinguiiliiag gifts." On was sarcasm and the other was ater col ors. Ehe and Qiiatorze Lad been engaged once and they quart eled tor some reason. Neither of theia seemed to know exactly why, and I suppose that neither of them care just now, for Quatorza was married the other day aad the girl sent a present to the veddiiig. The present vaa a water color done by her own deft fingers. The girl could paint well. The picture was a beautiful thing. It represented a great rock, which looked for all the wodd like a platform with steps lead ing up to the top of it. Overhead was a cloudless sky, full of sunshine, and with a blue in it that made you wish that the world were all sky and that you were floating among the fleecy clouds on pinions of air. There were trees bending over that enchant ed rock, and beyond Mere the shimmering waters of a lake. "How beautiful!" exclaimed the bride. "How kind of Theresa. .She's such a dear, good girl. We will hang ...

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 July 1897

VOL. -XL COTJ:TT AST) CITY OFFICIAL 3PAFES, OXLY FAPEB J-CBlISHiD IJT COCXir. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1897, NO. 45. r DEBATE ON LEAD. The Senate Disposes of the Para graph Relating to Lead. FOR THE CONTROL OF TRUSTS. ftjl Amendment to the Tariff BUI to Kali Monopoly of Protected Article Crime Senator Pettigrew Well Again. Washington, June 30. After tedi ous consideration of the tariff bill yes terday, the senate wound up with a half hour of lively and amusing collo quy between Senators Tillman, oi South Carolina, and Chandler, of New Hampshire. The former had proposed an amendment to the tariff bill, pro viding a $100 head tax on immigrants and a restriction against all those not coming to the United States to become citizens. Mr. Tillman made an ear nest speech on the depressed condition of labor, but he was soon diverted from his theme by Mr. Chandler. The latter, adopting a style cf mock gravity, directed the discus sion toward Mr. Cleveland's administra tion. 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 July 1897

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. H. STEWART, Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1 50 Six months "5 Three months 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dia-eo-mts given on extended contracts. Entered at tie Ftistollice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission throutfU tbe nails, as socond class mail matter. CUB CLGSZD SALOONS. ' Monday every saloon in Goodiaud closed in expectation of legal action that later became reality. Prohibition triumphed, but the city is deprived of a revenue that is sadly needed and al most a necessity to our municipal gov ernment. And what is gained? Men who desire to drink will con tinue to drink; men who get drunk will still get drunk. The only difference is that the supplies will be bought abroad and no part of the profits find its way into the city treasury. How many cellars in Goodland con tain stocks of liquors, for private use, to-day? More, maybe, than the good prohibitionists think, and the number will constantly increase. Kansas is not the- only...

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 July 1897

GOODLAND GOOD AGAIN. Haven for the Smoky Row No linger Thirsty. Smoky Row i3 nit. The foaming pro duct of Milwaukee is no longer on tap, and the beautiful and sumptuous free lunches are again an unknown quant ity. Nothing but an abiding thirst re mains to recall the story of the past granduer and glory of this section of Sherman county's metropolis. Monday morning warrants for the arrest of the proprietors of the three saloons on Smoky Row were put in the hands of Sheriff Dust'ya. When that efficient officer sought to serve the papers, however, be found the wanted ones, like the traditional Arab, had folded their tents and silently stolen away, taking with theia their stock in trade, even to the tantilizing empties around which clustered the fond mem ories of many a cooling and exhilarat ing driDk. The keg-beer past was too rich to last a saturnalian dream from which Goodland awakes with an unquench able, dark brown thirst and a realiza tion that purgatory means 100 in the shade and...

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