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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 2 July 1897

THE OLD GARDENER. ES' to?e for long "Word and Ka- "Do you remember," asked the own er of a large country place, "4 man in one of Stockton's stories whose great ambition was to own a dictionary? Well, I liavc just that fellow in mv employ now. My gardener might have famished the original, in that respect at least, for the character the writer was describing. I always noticed J.Iichael'8 passion for long words, but it was t y accident that he revealed to me one day how much he would like to have a dictionary of his own, in which he might hunt up his beloved polysyllables. I gave him one, and after that his conversation was' more resplendent than ever. He was not always quite sure of his ground but he invariably succeeded in producing an impressive result. On one occasion, I remember, my next neighbor had quietly appropriated several bushels of my early bough apples, which grew unfortunately near to the boundary line between the two places. It was not a matter worth making much fuss ab...

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 July 1897

'iUv VOL. XI. coryir i'SO CITY cvnciAt. PA?EB. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1897. NO. U THE TARIFF BILL The Final Vote on the Measure Wili Ba Taken To-Day. PRESIDENT BACK 15 EASHI5GIW. Mr. UcKInley Evidently Fatigued from ths Journey and the He3t Secretary Gaga Safest Tax on Refined Sojrar to Increase JRevenue. Washington, July 7. The final vota on th6 tariff bill will be taken in the senate before adjournment to-day, a definite agreement, assented to by all parties, having been reached at the close of the debate yesterday. Jlr. Al lison did not ask that the hour for the vote be set, being content with the positive agreement that it should be some tiane to-day. The limitation of speeches after one p. m. to five min utes will bring the' debate within nar row limits. The announcement by the viee president that the agreement was perfected led to a general exchange of congratulations among the senators. During the day the anti-trustquestion was debated at length, and Mr. Pe...

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 July 1897

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEfi. F. , STEWART, Fulli&licr. TE.LX.Ti OF SUBSCRIPTION'. vue year ii w Six months , liiree months 40 Advertising rats reanable sad liberal dis counts giet; oa extended contracts. Entered at the Postottice at Goodlaftd, Ran., f fr transmission through tbe maila, as second class muil Diattr. THZ FALL CF PSICES. That tlx tread of prices is down ward cannot be stiecesfully eoEtradict ed. Everythicg is on tbe downward gradi 'Eotb.withstandiDg the claims of renewed prosperity that is heard in speeches and read in editorials: Attention to this has been given by Bradstreets commercial agency with the result of the production of a table of "Index Numbers," giviug summa ries of the avarage prices of 100 lead ing articles of commerce. The follow, iag is the tails: kclative cockse or peicts or one httsdeed ABTICLS.S. October 1,1- 114.1S1 January 1, 101 11.741 April 1.1-51 lo3..'H July i.i wi ri.m October 1, lMrt 95 Of.l January 1, l-i2 -. W.257 Anril 1. 1 92.7tU July 1. ...

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 July 1897

. .TIJE FO'JHTH AT GOODLAND. The CfelebraUon of the Great Day a In qcalifle'l Success. Tbo jatriotiam contained in the djoiiautive body of the GooJbnd smail boy is past all comprehension. Ilia capacity is limitless, and the amount of powder he burned iu Louor tj j jT"ti . cf Independence and Liueity too eat ) . . -. i- tt . . , for contemplation. His contempt for; city ordinances, city attorneys andl city marshals wasawful but condoned by reason of his effulgent patriotism. Love of God or fear cf the devil failed to dampen his ardor or prevent the surreptitious explosion of count less crackers, bombs ' and rockets on the Sabbath day. He began Saturday to celebrate the day made famous by his forbears and ceased net in his endeavor until the moon was high in the heavens of Mon day night and he wended his weary way homeward in tow cf an exasperated and eihaasted parent. The grown folks confined themselves to Monday, the official day. The holiday began with the customary fusillade of fi...

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 July 1897

'.!CH.PLAY.. Oil TKZ - AVENUE.- CsictiEr fctagg'w.eU Tbrooga ' tl J3oo . Hiotighl oa Eighth aven-.e. The "' roar of the Satarijy night trIc tad ceased, arid only here and there a fakir lingered with the hope of catching Borae belated customer. . ' In a Epaeious ead brilliaatly lighted room, sh ailed by a cigar gtore in front, sat two men deeply absorbed in cards. The elder of the two, a man of 13 or 17 perhaps, had the hard inscrutable features that belong1 to the profession al gaiubler; and the heavy chain and Ala-skaa diamond pin proved him a successful one. . The other was two or three years younger almost a youth ia years end showed by his delicately modeled face and nervous manner that the seess was etrana to him. " Vi'hat do you do?-' said the eider ia hard tones as ha saw the younger hesi tate. 'Til open it for ten," ssdd the youth, with tha nervous excitement of one who held two pair. "Ten better," saidtheelder, with the air of one who is running a bluff. The youth's face gr...

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 July 1897

VOL. XI. COtTKTT A: CITY OTTTCISt, PAF27 GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 10, IDT, NO. .17. he T M The Su?f:r and Wool Schedules Civ irg the Conferees Trouble. DEFICIENCY iPPRQPRIillQJ BILL, A Lively Debate In the Senaib Over tka Item for Armor Plate The House la Session Only Xhrea Minutes. Washington, July 14. The repre sentatives of the two houses of con gress in the conference on the tariff till spent a busy day yesterday devoted for the raost part to the work in the conference room. There were occa sional consultations with other sena tors or members of the house upon points at issue, but these were brief, so that comparatively little informa tion as to the progress made found its way to outsiders. It is known that almost the entire day was devoted to the sugar and wool schedules, and the best information obtainable is that a final agreement was not reached upon either. At one time during the afternoon the senate and house con ferrees separated, the house men re pairing to...

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 July 1897

THE r.OiTNO TAfcLX. 10 Colo: CIO ana v w i : OFFICIAL COUNTY-. PAPER. STEWART, PhlUsLer. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION' One year ll so Six mouths " Thr? months t.f Advertising rates reasonable and literal uis ecu tits given on oit-'-udoi contract.. Entered t the Fwtorfice at Goodland, Kan., for trane.iisii'.m throuxb tbe icaha, aa seocrad class mail matter. Senator llanoa is saving room rent by sleeping up at Bill Mekialej'a white house. Tbe arbitration exponents should get in their work on the mining troubles. A protective tariff and the gold staadard won't do a thing to the Uni ted States. "Hark! I hear the footsteps of Tros perity approaching on horseback!" Secretary Gage. There sre Mark Ilaaaa populists ia Ohio. A lnau can get anything in Ohio politics if he can produce the price. A fortune is awaiting the man that can elucidate the difference between a Cleveland panic and a McKinley boom That Montana miner who sheds his skin every year is loming up as a conn ter attraction to Secretary...

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 July 1897

THE DISTRICT COURT. lisposit!oi of Cases on he Dorket for te July Trui. The following cases appealed upon t he court docket at the recent terra aad were disposed cf as follows: Stats of Kansas vs. William Henry the amc-ast of S-00 to ker-p the peace for oue year. State of Kansas vs. Charles E. Smarts Peace bonds. Bonds -ordered given in the amount of 1200 to keep the peace for one year. R. L. McDonald & Co., vs. W. B. Swisher, ss coroner Judgment. Cause continued. Equitable Securities company vs. Ezra N. Finley Foreclosure. Cause dismissed and cost3 assessed to plain tiff. Avery Planter company vs. A, D. Neal, J. B. Light and Edward Reynolds Judgment. Cause dismissed except to Neal and continued. F. and H. Smith vs. A. J. Hartzler, et aL Judgment Cause dismissed with out prejudice. Avery Planter company vs. F. L. Bly stoue Judgment. Cause continued. The Railway Building and Loan as sociation vs. A. B. Montgomery, et aL Foreclosure. Cause continued. George W. Wiggins vs. G. L. Mo...

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 July 1897

S,jf-tr Kc-J Kes Who Adapt Ttfefr ta th. TVe&tiicr. 'r All the Lilian tribes had raia-ssak era, f.z4 &OTZ.Q are yt left. This bees .of their- rr.erhl3 of operation, explains the Njw York Tribune. A large body i Crnvr .Indians Lad gathered, ' eii Recked out in their best finery. Two elderly rnca retired a short distance s.nd seemed to be rnuribiinj to each ether something like prayers or invoca tion; after tome time a fire was Tr ade ou the back of the stream, when the two rain-makers gave an order and a young1 man plunged into the river, which wza there very deep. When h car-io up, be Lad a bins catfish in his hand, which, one of the old men took and threy nto the fire, the- tribe look Is oa ia perfect silence Then there - "was more mumbling, accompanied by various contortions and gesticulations, when the gaiheringdispersed. Itrained thai night. Perhaps, on the whole, the Indiaoi rain-maker is more generally successful than the civilized one occa sionally appearing on tha fr...

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 July 1897

. : - : t. " 7------ '; -. - .- . " .. ' ------- - . .- ' ' - f - ... V -.. - ... - , . . , . , f - i -.: f - - . ;:; ye,-v-, H :- . - ; -- 1 -. -" .- VOL. XI. COtTT A5D CITT CT3 05 LY FAF.3 l ifcUsa 7CTAL P1FS?U GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1807. STRIKE SITUATION. The Hen Feeling the Panga of Hun ger and Getting Desperate. AT "WORK 15 WEST VIRGINIA, Marching; Miners Reach Belleville, 111, but Do .Not Attempt to Hold a Meeting Strike Ended la Alabama Appeal for Aid. Pittsburgh, Pa., July 21. The at tention of the miners of the Pittsburgh district is now riveted on the Allison, Boone & Enterprise mines, near Can onsbnrg. The Boone and Allison mines, which were closed Monday by the owners to prevent trouble between their men and the marching miners, resumed yesterday with nearly a full force. No attempt was made to start up at the Enterprise mine. The strik ers fear that if these mines continue in operation it will induce the Enter prise men to go back to work. The p...

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 July 1897

0oot)IanbtJepubnc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. II. STEWART, ... rEblbfcer. TEEM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year tl 50 Six montus..... M Throe months tO Adverting rates reasonable and liberal dig cotints gi'eQ on extended contracts. Entered at the poetoffiee at Gocxliand, Ran., for transmission through the mails, as second class mil matter. The saltan still holds the powers at bay and the eod of the eastern trouble is not yet in sigtt. The farmers of Sherman county will never go heat mad again. The pro ceeds of this year's crop will go into stock. President McKiotey has not made any friends among union labor by ap pointing T. V. Powerly to be commis sioner of immigration. Western Kansas at one time had an ambition to raise the bread for the world, now it is content to produce the butter to spread upon it. The recent finds of gold may work that aristocratic metal's undoing. If it becomes too "cheap" the money barons may conclude to again demonetize it The sugar trnst will not get all it de ma...

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 July 1897

TOIL, THE MAGICIAN. How much w loved the wcndrons wand la childhood's story told. Which, waved by the magician's hand Tura&d everything to sal4 ! And clianjed tiie cottage mean and low Into a palace great, And made grimed Oinderilla glow In robes of rojal state. Yet we, too, have a magic wand, Which straLo'er changes shows, And makes the dreary dasert sand To blossom like a roi-e. So lot us lift our power on high We may not, dare not shirk Arid move the very earth and sky By simple, honest work. FROM THE WAYSIDE. Never monkey with a buzz saw or wake a sleeping baby. A Linn county man has just paid an , election bet by harvesting 35 acres of his neighbor's wheat. The Kansas newspaper man who says "bete noir" means a red rag never learned his French at Concordia. The Kansas hen and cow crop can be harvested every day In the year, and, drouth and hot winds never lessen the yield. An Eskridge man has sold $153.30 worth of milk to the skimming station during the past five months and ...

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. — 23 July 1897

A r. .T COkT. H; Jls-i K. i-rfj ths Ktehf to re CwJica t-zi: s-ea g-siher! ilost 4 horss rear Ibs-vrcrtfra Euarket the ' ether ECisia?, cotis-enting. upon the promhiccce of th-s ber,-;'s rijia and general lean and lartkine3. Th ajJmJ Lfc!or,,T:.'i to a fanner liring new Yrslk-ti, and, it wis said, never irmkted crass to grow B&dk-r it feet- on tae road. The farn-.ar.was not plesc-l with the re luarks ar;-j tl-.e str22 iBfervr.eea that the poor tbiii3 Lid never teakd ifce stsatioaJ of com. i;.i O.i'S. "What do vca rail your horse?" .was a;k:J. "Cyclone, and don't he look it?" replied the ivs-.n from the rural districts. "Cyclone! What a name, lie certainly locks U3 if cii2 had struck him." ''f hat's what happened to tim, 'my frieud. It wsj j:ist hks tbk. You renum ber the awful breeze wo had out to Ypsi lanti about three years ago. This feller was a sucking colt at the time and was in the Lara with two horses. The cyclone, ie;:uk.r old hummer, tame along and thrashed the ham oil ...

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 July 1897

WVT 'TT GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY SO, 1S97, NO. 42. " V-rLj Ail LEADERS CONFER, .Lar2-a Gathering cfUoada of Ls io? Orgsihsationa at masUc. THE MANIFESTO ISSUED-EI TEE3. Ina Oceraton Also Hold a Hotting bt Ijti!i.rgtaSjnopsf of the Kesola ilona The Slrlkn Bl&klns Jfo Headway lali't Virginia. "Wdeeiis, Yf. Va,, July 23. What 3s declared to be the most important snd largest gathering1 of tho heads of . labor organizations of America ever held is now in session ia this city. It is the conference of labor leaders culled last week by President M. I). Eateh iord, of the United Mine Workers, and approved by President Gompers, of the American federation of Labor, of whieh the miners' organization is a , part. The purpose of the conference ia to aid in a speedy and successful ter injaation of the great coal strike. Chairman Gornpers called upon the miners' representatives to detail the situation. They were also asked to suggest in what manner the other .labor organizations 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. — 30 July 1897

THE I;evSD IAEL . OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPSR. F. Ii. SIEtrAKT. Publisher. TEEMS OF SUE5O1IPTI0N. Oca year tl 53 fix months - Ihreg-douths i Advertising rate reasonable aod Ebe-altLs-ecuis given on extended coatracia. Entered st the Pos'-orb-ee at uuodlaitd, Kan., fortrr.3!iii6oioii through theiaaiig, aeiecoiid class mail matter. The tari2 bill is & law, now bring oq your prosperity. j Frarik Stanton says that a Ggt newspaper pntHsa lae rouowisz ooit,- aary of a pioas citizea: Els life was square end level, Er death bad set blxa free Ke said: "I fee tie devil, But he Can't - Git JleT The dollar is indeed dzughty. It is th8 Arebimediaa lever that lifts tte ill bred man into select society and places tb.8 ignoraat saphead in tba Unite! Congress h&3 adjourned; Tbi3 pre sumably is the rose to the tariff-bill thorn. THE 23 NSVf.rt RACCD. Eui She Had a Hal-it cf faillns Ortr tka tlin Pretty U'tlT. It wonlds't CD ta tdl vhat res t it tappesei en, bat ii tippled ssier- tliekss, as.d shows...

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 July 1897

Last Friday afternoon a dali-fa iur, le Li'red youth, ji:t merging into manhood, Sat m the cftee cf T. Pj Leonard, a local notary public, quietly! answericg the qustions put to him by the counsel conducting tho deposition iu tha interest of the parties to the ro plevia suit of lloore vs. Duan which come up for tearing ia a Wallace county court this week. No one, from the youth's appearance, would associate him with anything but the ordinary ia human events. There was nothing in his personality suggesting that his had teen the chief actor's part ia any of Life's bloody tragedies. Bat the mark of Caia branded cn his brew that the god's may know his hand has been dip ped in the life-blood of his fellow, was not for mortal eyes to 6can. The boy wa3 Fred McKinley whose hand sent a haraaa beiDg out of tha bright sunlight of life and hi3 soul into the darkness and uncertainty of death's domain; his was the deed that brought a father and brother to the gibbet of vigilante. A few years ago 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. — 30 July 1897

;CA,iv3 vVr.Ui!IT EY T ' rx-t So- et.;-.j i h;a UeUilTC S-S? Eoc-H Gtue? Dullj. . Thf c: -J.', to l ; a la- tht kmuka rb-il live in turr.taunitles, and not go - ?; lrr3 apait to ihs ends-of the esrtii,'' said iSa wois&n who ras ra.d:s? a letter in fee -cw to her frisnd who actempaaied her. "What leu to that rctaark?" n.ked her f.-t-;:i; "irivtbbs in that fetter:"' Yea. h'is fio.n my sister Amy, whom 1 lavs set n-ea srsce eb wcut vest. Ibst wss 15 years ajo. She write roe that her hair is pru?tiy white and Le weighs 50 pounds more than she did when I fct &a Lcr. As she only weighed 100 thaii, she wni not be iiiuui-n & now, tut I think of the (hang?. A siijtht, fragile young woman of a fairy like physique and the loveliest black hair why, she is simply another person." - "But she would have char.god as much if the had stayed here, in all probability," said her friend, trying to comfort her. "Yes, but the change would have been so eraduat that i would not have noticed it. N...

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. — 6 August 1897

- ' : : 1 i , TW: VOL. XI. fc-rv?? iV3 CTT7 OrFTCIiT, FLTT. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1897. no. a :iORE MI1RS OUT, Strikers Still Continue to Accessions to Their Number. '" imim MISERS ARE EI0I0US. Italians Beaten lor Announcing Their In dention of Goics to Work-Indiana SU. en Marching MUsoort, Iowa And EllnoU Miners Qalt Work. "Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 4. The strik ers still continue to fraia accessions to their cumber from the New York & Cleveland Co.'s men. Sandy creek and Turtle creek mines are completely idle, and the Flum ereek men are slowly tut surely coming into line with the men encamped in the vicinity. Yes terday nearly half of the diggers at this stronghold of the company failed to go to work, and a D umber of those who did go into the pit have promised to quit as soon as they clean up the coal ov lying in their rooms. There are close upon 2,000 strikers in camp at "Turtle creek, 350 at Plum creek and 30!) at Sandy creek. If this number is not suffici...

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. — 6 August 1897

'6oobIait& Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAP EH. F. tL STEWART Publisher. TEEJI3 OF SGBSCBIFTION. 0:.8 year fl M Six rnout'us . Three months W Advertising rales reasonable ana liberal dis counts given on eitended contracts. Entered at the TosioRice at Goodland, FLan., for transmission throuxa the muli, a sooud class id ail matter. It is "K3 many. sntiika or freeze" with a good The Treasury deficit for July W6s only ?ll,000,CO0. With doable the war tariff, the trusts have got the ciach on the prosperity show. Turkey is sending warships to Cr6te. The suitan is evidently continuing to be "obdurate." Sherman county will have to con tribute $3,922 to the support of the state this year. If thes9 gold finds keep on coming, gold may have to take the long end of the 16 to 1 proposition. The great coal strike is still on, the operators appearing willing to let hun ger bring the men to terms. Kansas hasn't sen anything of the prosperity wave yet, but has been get ting something equally as hot I...

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. — 6 August 1897

FROM 1 US WAYSIDE, The Atwood woean who advertised for a husband got hiai, cf course. The grasshoppers about Hogs and River Bead, Colo., are flying eastward and will probably light in Kansas where the grazing is good. Already five women have taken pas sage for Klohdyke, even though they had to bunk hi the steerage with horses in order to secure passage. It's a cold country where woman gets left in this "Uncle Jimmy" McGaughey, the old est living survivor of the Mexican war, is living at Lawrenceburg, Ky., and attributes his long life to the fact that ha has chewed tobacco since he was ten years old. The Kansas City man who committed suicide because his wife persisted in riding a bicycle, probably didn't stop to ttung mat oe was estacusning a precedent that involves the extinction of the male sex. The Kansas man who suicided be cause his wife scolded Liia might hav6 been satisfied with a good drunk. The trouble with the laws of Kansas is that they leave the average man no avenue of e...

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