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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 August 1897

HEE ATONEMENT. BI JESS? WEEK. "Earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dcsi io dust". TLe solemn words were ecK eranly uttered, the earth thrown npon the coSn-lid, the mournful pageant dis persed, awed and silent, while the losg , crape veil and beared ketd of the young widow concealed her grief from every eye. Yet, could she have exposed her . face, there, would have been seen only a strange pallor, only dry eyes lowered lo the ground, only her pale lips form ing one word which kept ringing in her heart until it seemed as though she ' must shout it aloud "Free! Free!" Yet the man to whom the sad fare well duties were being rendered had given her his last glance of love and trust. What that trust had been, how entire and complete, was proven when hia will wo s opened and his whole im mense fortune left therein to her free will and disposal. o conditions marred his noble confidence. To the woman with whom he had lived two short years of unalloyed happiness, he gave all he had to give freely,...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 August 1897

Ilfifliinil 9F COUNTY TREASURER; SHER MAN CoUNTX. KAXSAS. Notice ii hereby f iat so much of the following land or town lots, siiusted ;n iherman county, Kansas, described in .-.,-,.s i, an,, es UJi, De necessary icr tfiat DUi DOEe. will, nil Iho firi 'T-J.. c. i9, and tue next succeeding days, be sold by me p.i.!. .uiuu ai my cmce icr tae uies and charges thereon for ibe ytar 1&96. R. J. Jokes, Couoty Treasurer. LANDS. Ccatinaed. township 8; aoe 3S. Conl!nu&d. Description. Sec. Ain't. Des;ptioa. Sec. A .n't ...10 Description. Sec. Am't Lot 1 and south u:i ut lie.... I f 7 Bf Lot 2 and socio had of cw... 1 soathwest i Lot 1 and south half 0: ne..,. j northwest t Lot 1 and south half cf ne.... j Lot 2 ar d south half of nw... 3 scatheast 3 northeast 4 southwest 4 southeast.,..., 4 northwest 6 north half of ne 7 southeast of De 7 Lots 1, 2, and 3 and ne of nw 7 nw of nw , 8 LANDS. T0VXSIIIF 6; SANG 37. Description. Sec. Ain't .to 6 04 8 59 7H 8 59 7 84 784 8 59 8 59 8 59 8 59 6...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 August 1897

HCICLE SENSATION. C .5 b Prices liases llakara end - B-iyers Thick, rt!; Puiclaj World GardtaeF Show 5Voalerful Spet-d, Got Lack Heart JiScbael and Lesca ISpecial C&cago Letter, A big sensation ttas created cot ocly ia irafia circles, bat among. ths eciire t-J'cliss public by a reduction of $25 ia ihe piice of the best-known make cf bicycles ia America July 1. This ma-re carries eli tbe mors weight be cause tbe manufacturers of this ina-c-J ice, who are notorious for their con- ARTHUR GARDINER, (The Star at the Chicago Meet.) 'Eervatism, have always insisted thnt a thoroughly good bicycle was worth the ,5100 price and have rigidly maintained ,tlat figure regardless of the price cut- iting that has been indulged in by other inakers. The announcement was a Dig .surprise to the trade, for, although many manufacturers and dealers thought this concern would lower its iprices at the beginning of the present jfieason, it was generally supposed that ;after the prices had been upheld for...

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. — 13 August 1897

VOL. XI. CCCXTT A NO CITT omciAI, PAPER. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1897, NO. 51. INDIAN PROBLEM. Hho Senat9 Committor Proposss to Settle It ia tia Next Congress. A NOTE OF WAR5IXG ABOUT ALASKA. bceretary BIU Takei Official Notice ol tlic iiush to the Klondike Cold Field-, Ltecisica About Homestead Privileges, Wasdikotos, Aug. 11. The senate committee oa Indian affairs proposes to settle at the coming session of con gress the whole question of govern ment of the five civilized tribes. It will submit a bill early in the session covering the entire matter. Septem ber 15 a sub-committee of the Indian committee will, start for the Indian territory. It will thoroughly investi gate conditions as they exist now, and an December will submit a report which will be made the basis for prompt action on the part of the sen ate. The sub-committee is composed t)f Senator Flatty of Connecticut, Senator Jones, of Arkansas, and Senator Mantle, of Montana. They go with full authority...

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. — 13 August 1897

SooblanblRcpublic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. P. II. STEWART, rublisfcer. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One year SI 50 Six months '5 Three mouths, 0 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts g'Yfen on eitended coutracte. Entered at tho Fostoince at Gor-dlafid, Kan., for transmission through the mails, ta eccond class mail matter. Tha stories that Sherman is to resign aa secretary of state are probably with out any foundation. John i9 not of the resigning kind. While the assassination of even a tyrant is an act to be deplored, it most not be forgotten that it is tyranny that creates anarchy. Cy Leland gives out the sad intel ligenee that John J. Ingalls is dead, He might have added that the obes- quies had also been held. Nothing but the fact that Klondike is on British territory prevents the prosperity boomers from crediting the gold finds there to the McKinley ad ministration. Senator Cullum of Illinois, says Mc- Kinley is appointing scalawags to office, This means that the man who l...

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. — 13 August 1897

LANDS. CcntiEatd. LANDS Continued. LAND3-Tor.:miKwl. VV1STFULNESS. Wiien the murcurjr i waiting Ja.-t at seventy at so And you find a glaAsotc respite From the cruel umni?r' g'cw, , A regret cornea gtealin g o'sr jou As yoa watch the sunbeam play And yoo ih in twmro'ul accento, "If 'twould only stay this way !" When your pure at last is heaTy With a loag-expected nam, And tlie risht is yours to mingle With lifg's plGasdre as they coma, Yon beheld the threatening shadow OX the dreaded "rainy day f ' And yon count your store and ir.nrmar "If 'twould only stay this way !" When the world is smiling fondly And thedaya like dream-light shiafi, And the things you've wished for duster Like the fruit upM the vine, Then you think of bleak November - And the waste, where all was gay. And again the thought avails you "If 'twould oniy stay thu way "' Washington Star. IRO.n 1 HE WAYSIDE. Shermaa county is gains to shack a whole lot of cora this fall. Plover are ripe and the local Nini rodsare tak...

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. — 13 August 1897

THE RAGGED LITTLE BOY. He stood beneath th Caring lights, ills clothes were thin and oid, Tie wind upon the avenue . That r.igbt was piercing c&kl; He tried to sell hia capers. But tha people would not buy; " 1 And while he shivered on the stones A tear stood la his eye. " What win you do when you're & manT -A stracger kindly said; The boy a moment seemed to snlle. And then he shook his head;. . I cannot tell you, sir," said he, And brushed a tear away; " Ent m-Mherays she hope that I ' SI? ruie this land some (Jay. A lady fair upon whose hand A diamond flashed tts light A moment stopped before the lad That cold and stormy night; Her dainty fingers drew her purse, And In h!a hand so cold She dropped, with Just her sweetest smile, Some bright and shining gold. " When you're a man what will you do?" The wealthy lady cried; "I'll pay you back a hundredfold," The little boy replied; " One little room we call our home Amid the shadows gray; But mother says she hopes that I May ru...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 August 1897

-r iiiiiinii. OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER, SHER MAN COUNTX. KASSAS.-Notict is hereby that so much of the following land or town lots, sttuBied in Sherman county, Kansas, describc-d in the following lists, as may be necessary for that purpose, wiil, on the first Tuesday of September, 1397, and the next succeeding days, be so'.d by cie at public auction at my ofice for the taxes and charges thereon for the year izcfi. R. J. Jones, County Treasurer. LANDS. TOWNSHIP 6; RANGE 37. Description. Sec. Am't. Lot r and south baif of ne i 7 84 Description. Sec. southwest 20 southeast.. L.01 2 ana soma half of cw... 1 southwest 1 Lot 1 and south ba':f of ne 1 northwest 2 Lot 1 and south half of ne 3 Lot a and south half of cw... 3 southeast 3 northeast 4 southwest 4 southeast 4 northwest 6 north half of ne 7 southeast of ne 7 Lots :, 2, and 3 and ne of nw 7 nw nw 8 no. .jvest 9 southwest 9 southeast 9 southwest 10 southeast 10 northwest n southwest 11 southeast 11 northeast u northwest 12 southea...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 August 1897

CAa'OVAS SHOT DOWN. An Italian Anarchist Ends thf Life of Spain's Premier ?eatest ExeUn.fnt Prevailing Among All ClajeJ The Murder a fart at aa Anarchist Conspiracy Effect oo ice Cuban Struggle. !aAE2lD, Aug1. 9. Senor Canovaa ds! Castillo, the prime minister of Spain, was assassinated yesterday at Santa Agiieda by an anareui.si. The mur derer fired three shot, two of which struck the premier in tie head and the other in the chest The. wounded statesman fell dying at the feet of his. wife, who was with him, lingering ii. aofly for an hour and then pass ing Eway with the ciy of "Ion? lire Spain!"' which were the last words upon his lips. The assassin was im mediately arrested. He is a Neapol itan and gives the name of Rinaldi, bat it is believed that this is an assumed came and that his real name is Michel Angino Golli. The assassin narrowly escaped lynching at the hands of the waiters and attendants who rushed forward. Detectives and civil guards immediately secured him. lie was ver...

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. — 20 August 1897

a. U VOL. XI. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 20, 0.52. WOMEN TO MARCH. trftcrs Kit Upon a Schema to Eva-ia tha Injunction. THE SIXERS I5YADE C0FFEE5, ILL, fcix Huntlretl Striker! March Icto th Towa, 3't Abreast, Deiplte tiie Amabel Dep gtles Cijiforojity Agree. ;iisiit Got BcgliiS. riTTSBCEon, Pa., An?. 13. The con templated plan to have the women make marches, which was to have been inaugurated, has been definitely de cided upon by the leader? of the strik ing miners, and the wives and daugh ters of the men will now take up the work which they themselves have been enjoined from doing. It is the inten tion to begin to-day and have the women do the marching while the men remain in camp. The leaders think the injunction is not operative against women and it remains to be seen what the outcome will be. A new element is to be introduced in the situation at an early date. The farm ers of the entire country surrounding the several camps are making exten sive preparations for a d...

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. — 20 August 1897

Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. F. M. STEW AM, ... raUls'ner. TEK jIS ,0F SUBSCRIPTION. Odb year ". $1 50 f"X month. 75 Three raoairi3 40 Ad?erti--nng raw-s reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Katered at the Potorfice at Goodlani, Kan., for transmission throuxn the mai.s, aj ttkiocd class mail matter. biive: Esain. may be dead but bhe'li riaa The Ilanna populists appear to b ia control of the party i& Ohio. Hauna and Coxey are claiming the rjaiddie-of-the-road in Ohio. Other folks should take to the woods. . The shorU?e of grain abroad makes the American farmer, with the best crops ca r?eor j, smile his happiest smile. The mine owners of the east are working hard to induce the strikers to commit some overt act cf violence. If they succeed, aa injunction will do the rest. The famine in India aud the short age of wheat in Europe and South America is v.-hat has caused wheat to creep upward toward the dollar mark. And now even the sound money democrats are...

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. — 20 August 1897

y ooanty elalss 60,000 bi cf 7 time it bills Goodland Las ice croan - Tie and Monday evening it &&il& weather prophets are slrsady prefkc ting a tatd 9'iatsr, Prepare for it. The wet weather has enabled the olu-fahion-ed man to discover the misery in his lack. The four women drawn as jurors at Tort Scott will profciibly do less shout ing for equal right hereafter. It has not yet been determined that thc-re 13 enoogh gold ia the Klondike to buy this year's Kansas crops. The boom in wheat is causing Good land speculators to have a desire to buy a few options. Better stick to eincb. Missouri is following in tbe wake of Kansas and is bringing the insurance companies to time. Kansas always leads. ' W. B. Felts, who is planning to fly! from the top of Pike's Peak is a Kansas man, of course, and belongs in Logan county. "You are not the only hailstone in the gutter" chuckled the coal can as he saw the ics baron dodging the storm Monday evening. In Sumner county, Kansas, which g...

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. — 20 August 1897

TliEASUPiE-TEOVR BY S, 'SAIUXG GGILD, The forest of Dartmoor is surround ed on every side by wide stretches cf mocrlaad that belong to the several contiguous parishes, aod every house holder ia each of tke. parishes claims rights on the coanrooa of his parish, er which, moreover, the manorial lord asserts paramount authority, and enforces it when, he can. The chichy of Cornwall, however, to which the forest belongs, professes a sort of sov ereiigaty over all these commons. Now, there lived in the parish of South Tawtoc, in the curious old vil lage of Zeal, where every house is an archaeological curiosity, and every householder is iudependent-a poor jourg man cf the name of Josiah Day, commonly known as young Painy Day. The nickname was acquired by him through. Lis excessive caution. As the slothful man, according to Solomon, excuses himself from doing anything and going anywhere, by saying: "There id a Iioa in the street," so did Josiah Day shirk venturing on any undertak ing, or in...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 August 1897

liiflilllll OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER, SHER MAN CuUNTX, KASSAS. Notice is hereby that so much of the following land or towa los, sitnEtcd id Shermia county, Kansas, described irt the following lists, as may be necessary for that purpof!, will, on the first Tuesday of September, i7, and the nxt succeeding davs, be sold by me at public auction at tny oSice for the taxes and charges thereon for the year iSyd R. J. Jostes, Ownty Treasurer. LANDS. TOWNSHIP 6; RANGE 37. Description. Sec. Am't. Lot i and sooth naif of ne i f j 84 Lot 2 and south Description. Sec soutnwest to southeast 20 northeast . ...21 northwest 21 southwest 21 southeast 21 northwest 22 southeast 22 northwest 23 sonthwest 2j southeast 23 northeast 24 northwest .....24 southeast 24 northwest .....25 northeast 26 southwest 26 southwest 27 northeast 20 southwest 24 southwest 29 southeast 29 northeast 30 northwest 30 northwest ,....31 lot 3 and 4 and east half sw. .31 northeast 32 half of nw... 1 sonthwest 1 Let 1 and sout...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 August 1897

ii S.lvcs f.-X;c;o. 4 Trltsote to MeiJf-snlteiion by Gold Star-Hard Taper. ne reproduce below from the ed itorial columns of toe New York S;:a ft globing review of the prosperity ex isting ia "tilver-urst" Mexico: - When it is recollected that all the forte of the gold Etandard press, led by tLe New York Sun, was directed against the "ilexicanization" of our commerce, tie importance of thU editorial an nouncement will be seen. Tte charge was mad?, asserts the Atlanta Constitu tion, that Mexico bad been sunk into the abasement of silver monometal lism; that Ler people were poveny Etncken, and that fneral demoraliza tion existed throughout the republic. It was vfLeroer.tly argued that we had enough dollars, and that it would not do to go any closer to the line of ".Mesicanization." The cry caught many timid people, and what is the re sult? The United States, the foremost English-speaking nation in the world and the importer of all the English qualities of Industry and enterprise, ha s...

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. — 27 August 1897

VOL. XII. COUNTY AVD CTT OFFICIAL TATt-T. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 27, 1897, N0.1. THE OLD SOLDIERS, Uore Members at This Encampment Than Ever Turned Out Before. - A GRAXD PARADE OF THE VETERANS. Ex-Prisoners of War and Naval Veterans Tarn Out In Force Conventions and Camp-Fires Held The Ladies' Auxiliaries. Buffalo, N. Y.,Aug. 25. From dawn to darkness, and from twilight to mid night, the great gathering of the Grand Army of the Republic waxed greater and grander yesterday. The weather has been all that could be wished, and more "members of the Grand Army have turned out than ever before attended a national en campment. This is true also of the Ex-Prisoners of AVar association and the naval veterans and the women's auxiliary bodies. The features of the day were the arrival of President Mc Kinley, accompanied by Secretary Al ger, and Gov. lilaek, of New York, the banquet to the president in the even ing and the parade of the veterans and ex-prisoners of war in the mo...

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. — 27 August 1897

cpeoblanb liepublfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Y. 11. STEWART, Publisher. TEHM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ons year $1 50 Six mouths , 75 lures months 40 Advertising rates reaionabla and liberal dig cennts given on eitended contract. Entei ed at the Posicrhee at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through tne mails, &a second dims tnuii mutter. People's Party Judicial Convention. A dfletrate convention of the people's party of the Thirty-fourth jndicial district of Kansas, will be held at Hill City, Kan., on Thursday, September 16, I j&7, at tea o'clock a. m. for the purpose of placing in nomination a candidate for judge of said district. The various counties will be entitled to the following number of delegate which are ap portioned npot the basis of one delegate at large for each couuty and one delegate for each l'JJ votes or major fraction thereof cast for Kon. V. K. Bash, for secretary of state, at the election of 1556. Rooks ll:TLwnas 6 Grabara 7i Sheridan 5 Total 31 Sherman !j All vot...

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. — 27 August 1897

FROM THE tVAi'SiiDE. Tuka your quinine raw. The town is dry. There is only one generation between the pantalet and bloomer. Blood will tell. The grandmother of the bloomer girl wore pantalets in her youth. "Long, long, long must I ran, I wean," is the hum-dram song of the threshing machine. The Lawrence man who is headed for the Klondike on a bicycle will have to scorch to keep from freezing. The department of agriculture ha3 awarded the blue ribbon to Kansas - creamery butter. Kansas leads in all 'thlPgS. i The author of the little book, "How To Get Rich," was imprisoned for debt in the Ludlow street jaii, New York, last week. They call it "tamarack" at Jennings but a Goodland man who sampled the brand says it has the same chain light . mng effect of booze by other names. Miss Katie Browne, one of the nicest women of Norton, is the sole owner of n Cripple Creek mine that is shipping 1150 ore. Here's a Klondike for the nght man. A White Cloud man, who, as a boy. had to be whipped to...

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. — 27 August 1897

WHEN LYDDY'S COM I lih that I coul;l go agln To that old spelitag school. Where we had fun on winter night. And helped to play the fooL I sneileJ beileve Just like deceive. And dropped the b in thumb, Watching the door with anxJoui fear Lest Lyddy shouldn't come. When LydJy, standing straight tod tr!mi Began her guni to chew. My heart went raging up and down, Worse than the wand'ring Jew; I put a k In caraway, A double m la hum. And Friday's 1 changed oft for y. All Just 'cause Lyddy'd come. Bill Rogers he was worse than L If such a thing could be; And I know once he applied machln With s and double e; Eut let us get our letters st Most anyway but plumb, Our side was always sure to beat On nights when Lyddy'd come. What prickles ran all down our backs. How still the room would grow, While master tried some word to find That Lyddy didn't know! I'hthlsic and schism, gneiss and chrism. Oh, whist we sat and mum. For there was nothing else to do On nights when Lyddy'd come! When Lyddy'd ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 August 1897

Lbl to Lfe, M CI-FICK Oi CCl'NTY TREASURER, SHER MAN (.OUfX, KAK SAS Notice is heieiy tiiat so mnch of the following land cr town lots, si.'isieiin r.(eiinan coniity, Kansas, described in tiie foi.ouiiij; lists, as may be rticesary Jor thit r.i.i-puje, .;il, on the first Tuesday ci September, r-'jT, ajtn tija next succeedin? davs, be sold by cie at public auction st my omce for the taxes and czaigrs thereon for the year 1590. R. J. Joses, County Treasurer. LANDS. TOWfcSHIP 6; KANoE Yf. Description. Sec Aiu't. Lot 1 and soutn Laif of he 1 I 7 84 Lot jar:d siutli half of nw, 1 souihaest 1 Lot 1 and walh bif oi ne 2 ticnhwest 2 Lot 1 and south haif of &e 3 Lot z and south half of dw... 3 southeast 3 norllieast .. 4 southwest 4 southeast 1 northwest 6 north half of ne 7 southeast of ne 7 Lots 1, 2, and 3 and ne of bw 7 r.w ot nw. 7 4 8 59 7 84 8 59 74 7 84 8 59 8 59 8 59 5 59 6 04 3 02 I 61 northwest . southwest , southeast., southwest . southeast. . northwest . southwest . southeas...

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