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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 10 December 1897

'Sz---. ctt.ir;.; Vi';j .".te lei to SapplC T-'.ciit II! Wife' Fre.ent. "Ycu hive- scarcely ppokea to tas at all tl!3 pvs-i-r' she Eiii, in tones cf re- i I te your pardon," her husband rs-lurr.-i, fir:--T?tkai:r. "i was just try Liz t-y tlJ'.k of something to say." "I? there anything on yonrmind?" Te. to till you tre truth, there is." "Can't I I;c!p von in erne way?" "ici might, if I cot:!d nicest it without ycr t.ecomirz ancry." "Tell me a,l about it- It ia my duty to sympathize with yoa, yon know." "On. my birthday annirersary yoa gave rz-j i fountain pen." tYc5. And now you are po:n? to say that it makes a horrid muss and that yoa don't want to-ivrite with it." "I're not gir? to Kiy anything of the kind," he rcrlied, stoutly. I am goinsto write with that pen every day of my life. h-zt there ia cue Little favor that I would Lke to ask." "What is it?" 'P:eac make me a mit of overalls to go with it.'' Washirgton Star. THE WORM TURNS SnCerlns Ilnninnlty Will 7Tot Alnayi Tampl r Subm...

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. — 17 December 1897

conrrr a?td cttt otttictai. papttt-. O-SLY PATE fCfiUiHD Ei COOTX. GOOD LAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1897, NO. 17 VOL. XII. WANT HA WAIL The American Federiiion of Labor Strong! Against Annexation. Cotton Grower ia ConTention at Atlanta- Wholesale ri-c-it Confer About Cat Kates at Which Drop and Medicines Are Sold. Nashville, Tenn., Dec 15. At yes terday afternoon's session of the Amer ican Federation of Labor the Hawaiian annexation question came tip on a re port -from the committee on resolu tions and produced considerable dis cussion. The committee reported on a resolution opposing the annexation of Hawaii, offered by T. J. Elderkin and presented the following substitute: Whereas, Tfcere Is at present pending la tie Cn-ted States senate a treaty providing for the Annexation of the Hawaiian islands; and, "Whereas, That annexation would be tanta mount to the admis-ion cf a slave state, the representatives of which would necessarily work and vote for the enslavement cT...

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. — 17 December 1897

r f C C UNTY PAPER. UT. - - - Fntllsher. JZZliS OF SUBSCRIPTION'. . c yar . -.x north .. i UiOiiiLs AiTi.-r'Si.-g raies reaona $1 50 IS 4J sad liberal dis- oau given oa extended contract. Jittered at ifce r-'ostc-iSce at Goodlaad. Kan., for trHiismirSM'Q through tie mails, as second :ass mail metier. Tba death of Jlrs. Naucr McKinley at Canton, O., Sunday norning was a hard blow to hei illustrious son. Presid ent McKinley. Gen. Weyler, safe ia the interior of Spain, is boiling full of a desire to try aai whip the United States. Mark lianna's health ia not consid ered sufficiently bad for bis physician to order him to decline the Ohio sena torsLip. Ciril seryice is beicjj hotly attacked ia congress. A political victory with out ppoiU is about the same victory to the republican mind. as no It is said that the carcasses of 3.000 dead horses decorated the trail over Chilkoot pass. Emperor William of Germany inti mates that be may be compelled to teach America manners; and then aain it m...

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. — 17 December 1897

15 THIS THE PLACE? Is this the plico wLere La was born. That street songster of the hills ; T"hos sod?? camo like tse rak9 of morn , To light tho soul that darkness fils? Ii thi3 the place where be was woct To play beneath ita sunny skies ; Where he learned the muse's baant. And chaed the gaudy battrfiy7 Is this the place in childhood's hours. The poet liTed emona: his kin ; Where be dwelt amosf the Cowers, And breathed their beauty in? Is this the place, and that the field. O'er which Lis honest band. Made richness of the glebe yield. And lore was honest Labor's wacdT Is this the place, and these the birds That san for hum in days. When day-light dreams, and studied words. Were forming Lore's rweet lays? Is this tho place the "bare-foot boy," Ran free as air all day ; Acd these the meadows, fall of joy. Where "Mande" raked the new-mown bay7 Is thi3 the place the poet dwelt ; And did my life here erer clinj. Could I feel what be has felt. And breath his rweet imagining! Lorenzo D. 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. — 17 December 1897

spr.roacLe-J each other and -3 iz;"; "vrutz Devr??" .t'n aie'r know cf. Zher wif got never train. Woan eaer itis taa one. now "Gi, tout ziit Sni sweather w'ravia' tow? "Certain liz. But floce train farmer s'.arer haxi tinierther vLeat. Say, gotcher nor goes ainter traicether car saet t ' "Ci, j"esezr gentiezer lamb now. When zhcr brother gointer selly zouse?" "Soony zotk'n fna mantle paze price. Sawful hard no-ter sell anything f wuts B-worth." "'That sright. Jerreck'n thing eIocsc 6n niper little this fall?" "iesser guess thrizen wbeatU may kev erything moo fiong." "T"eil, lines be going. Drop pin some tlzasvyer passing." ".All ri; chew ciothersame." . "I will. Gladter metcher." - ; No. son, this is neither Scotch, Irih, Cre ole, Xew England. Wild West, Kipling American, Georgia Cracker, Dowery or Crad-dx-k-Moonshiner dialect; it is simply the English, language as she is spoken every day in any town in the United States by the average -American citizen. Detroit Free Press. GIVES HE...

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. — 24 December 1897

I, r -7 v w ,vVt :j U.vV J V VOL. XII. rotnrrr a?td cttt omnAL ts.vy.t ONLY FAJPEIi FCEULiiiiD LK COO IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2i, 1897. NO. 18. TROUBLE EXPECTED. Indians Will Forcibly -Resist All Effbs-ts to Abolish Tribal Courts. Secretary Jimei Wilson Strongly Advo cate Establishment of Postal Sav ings "Banks Interesting; fis sion of the Cabinet. TV as higtox, Dec 23. Trouble in the Indian territory is expected by the commissioner of Indian affairs and by others ia this city wbo are familiar with the condition of affairs prevail ing there. On January 1 the tribal courts will be abolished by an act passed at the last session of congress and the United States courts given full jurisdiction over the territory. In many quarters the officers of the In dian courts have declared that they will forcibly resist all efforts to pre vent them doing business, while the United States marshals have given no tice that any tribal courts attempting to sit will be broken up an...

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. — 24 December 1897

PAPER. - rnblisfcer. cf subscription. yi.r t ;.. Jl 50 v.ui:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: a :trr'.'.-Lij rates reasonable and liberal dis- j s-.Ton on extc-nded contracts. j i. -itre.J at :ce i'osioice at Goodland. Kan., I t iTs' i. -in through the mail, aa second j a rr.a.;l chatter. ! Ihe b: speculators in wheat have tfcat cereal almost cornere-J. Poor old China appears doomed to be partitioned among the powers of Europe. The Dingley bill is a disappointment to even the high tariff wing of the re- t publican party. Senator Aler will hare to do some quick work if he succeeds in playing Santa Claua to the miners of the Klondike.. ' Cotton .t four cents per pound causes the southern planters to doubt the genuineness of the McHanna brand of prosperity. " The noted newspaper correspondent Walter Wellman, proffess-es to believe that Germany and the United States will soon be drawu into a war. Russia and Germany, by seizing several important Chinese ports, ap pear to be making preparatio...

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. — 24 December 1897

I k3.;- not TsLiiLr I po, Tut ti,a fact simls clear That I am ber la this world of pleasure and woe. .Wl cct of the diet and murk Anotter truth shines plain It is in ray power Each day an hoar To add to its joy or its pain. I know that the earth exists. It is none of my business why, I cannot ni out VThat it's all aboct I would but waste time to try. ily life is a brief, brief thing I am here for a little space And while I stay I would like, if I may. To brighten and better the place. The trouble.Tthink witli us all Is the lack of a high'conreii ; If each man thought He was sent to the Fpot To make it a bit more sweet. How soon we could Rladden the world. How easily ri?ht-all wrong. If nobody shirked And each one worked To help his fellows along. Cease wondering why you came; Stop looking for faults and flaws ; Rise up to-day la your pride and say : "I am part of the first great caase. However full the world, There is room for an earnest man ; It had need of me Or I would not be I 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. — 24 December 1897

- - 'T-.x-a t;i2 Gold Sllnes Tells .V...--snt ;l "Weather, ; - ' r frors the tcp of the -. T-S &:--t Tra3 apparently glad of it. . ' -j t're -vs-cLer -when you left?" - :rie-i. ' Cold?" "ic?, tut net so bad as it will be alocg .Jir.ziry, after tbe csosquitoes pet out ff air ana Jet the wind bare a chance. '11-cn it ctt3 rood and cold. A man told f ; i vno Lsi wintered tip there seven years r. was so co;a in January mat tney frees the rlames of their candies and sold t:'.ea for Etrawbcrriea. lie said tliey kept tt:e:r fre3 over night by putting them out in the air and letting them freeze and then thawed them out in the morning, lie said fce had seen four men die of colic from catir whisky that was frozen so hard it v-ooian't thaw inside of them. He Eaid the cow all rave ice cream till they froze to death. He said he knew a clerk in a hotel on the Yukon that got rich selling the diamonds he wore, eaid diamonds being nothing cn earth bet ice crystal that didn't thaw till after the ...

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. — 31 December 1897

VOL. XII. conrrr atd cttt otttctat. tjltttu 0LX FAPB PCBIXsKED I2f C O O I C GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1897 NO. ID. LFE -Is a count of losses. Every year; For the weak are heavier crosses. Every year; Lost springs with sobs replying TTnto weary autumn's sighing-, tVhii6 those we love are dylna" Every year. Tha days have less of gladness. Every year; Th-e nights more we!ght cf sadness Every year; Fair springs no longer charm us. The winds and weather harm us, Th threats cf death alarm us. Every year. There cime ne-w cares and sorrow, Eery year; Dar days and darker morrows. Every year; Tha ghosts of dead loves haunt us. The ghosts nZ changed frienda taunt us, And disappointments daunt us. Every year. To the past go more dead faces. Every year; Aa the loved leave vacant places. Every year; Everywhere the sad eyes meet us. In the evening's dusk they greet us. And to come to them entreat us. Every year. Tou are growing eld," they tell us Every year; "Tou are more alo...

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. — 31 December 1897

"!s or suEscKimoK. n w 75 - - 40 ra.'3 rea.-naila and liberal dis- u ei"n :-l contracts. - . : i '-.'.'.: st GolIaE3 Kan.. -i throuica the malls, as second ::ri:aa com coerce i growing de t! e retarding iDfinence of tariff. XL? Fall Kiver -age redaction is a ;r;ect upca which tha "prosperity" sans are notably silett. The tig Philadelp'nia bank failure is safUcient argument against putting tL a asocial Bffairs of the country in the bands of such institutions. President McKinley is reported to be working on an order releasing from civjl .service restrictions 15,000 offices. Mark Ilanua'a blnCf appears to have worked. Secretary Sherman has raised an ap- j peal for American aid for the starving Cabana. Intervention and the ending of the - war now being waged would be a more appropriate gift. The interstate commence commis sion has extended the time in which the railroads are required to equip their cars with automatic couplers, air brakes etc., two years, or until Janu ary 1, 1900. Whil...

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. — 31 December 1897

.ri i .. ' . . r nra. i-s""; t r r:-brown as i ?rc. .--.h-ir-d pine, i Jmaa's Iix-3, i.h its treadmill toil. rtL.3, cull and grar. who. coinir at cijtht'ali. eecs iowlj- roof li.rou.Ii dripping trea r & wear7 day. 1 tench of life and the picture grand, TransnreJ, erennorei A st?p on tbe threshold, a flood o light, .1 sweet voice calling oat ia the night: "Conse in and shut the door!" A J Le is a king who, comiog hozse After liia work u o'er, Can see tbe light ia Lis window pane -.3i-:I, out of the darkness, the wind and rain. Goes in and ghats hij door. Elizabeth Fnrman. FROM 1 HE WAYSIDE. The snow storm of last week added t: the good prospect for a crop the coming season. There was just enough snow on the grouDd Saturday to take the curse off a green -Christmas, GiTe western Kansas a fair crop every year and no country on the globe vill be more prosperous. Santa CIan3 was more generous to the people, of Sherman county this year than for several years of the past. A Swiss surgeo...

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. — 31 December 1897

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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 January 1898

VOL. - rr-rrr Cil.1 I-A-rii r - " r f.t, r GCODLAND, KANSAS, FHIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1523. NO. 20. -JLD TilALN" EOBBEES. Two Cc-idlls Loot an Express Car cn the P. & G. Railroad. Ti Eobiiery Made WMIe the Train Was In the I-li:of Ca!: City Descrip tion of the Robber by the Messenger. j!ajsa3 Citt, Ma, Jan. 5. Just as t's Tort Artbnr express, on the Kan Fas City, Pittsburg Gulf railway, polled out of the Grand Central depot at C:40 oCiOci last night, two young1 men entered the express car, covered ilesse;ig-er i. M. Hyden, of Wells, Fargo . Co.'s express with revolvers, bound his arms and, after, throwing him into a comer of the car, proceeded leisurely to rob the local safe. They secured all the money in the safe and then escaped from the train at the Chicago & Alton crossing-, while it was yet within the limits of Kansas City, Neither of the men was over 25 years of are, both were smooth shaven and neither wore a mask. The express left the Grand Central depot at Second a...

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 January 1898

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAF; J, it. 5TET7 rubllsLer. - TEBiS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oae year SI M Six months '5 Three months .40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given oa extended contract. Entered at the Fostoffice at Goodlsjid. Kan., for transmission through the m&iia, as second el&sa mail matter. Greater Now York is now the second city ef the world. Great i3 electricity. The button was touched in San Francisco that unfurl ed the flas; to the snowy breeze at the inaugural ceremonies of Greater New York. Again there is a rumor that John Sherman will retire from the presi dent's cabinent. Nobody will regret it. He has done enough mischief in his lifetime, and it may take all of the next century to undo the work of his eraft and cunning. His transit has been the eclipse of progress. A good deal has been said about the "sick man of Europe,' meaning Turkey. But now it seems there is a sick man in Asia China. The "sick man of Eu rope" did not seem to be so sick after all, 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. — 7 January 1898

; Cipiiiect T4 ri: About tfaa B. ft Industry of California. 1 Lc s 'Ai.AiiiTO'5, CaU Dec. 27, 1S07. Ilr rros Repttslic Some of your read trs r-j reuiember of my speaking of tills south 'of the Chino Talley. ii-is U the country between the hills ;ni the ocean. VTe are about five miles frcra the ocean and on what i3 called t'.e Eixby raDch. The sugar factory trehas been bailt the past year by tha Clark brothers. There were em ployed in building on aa average of about a hundred men from November to July 20, when the factory began to receive beets and make sugar, then it required about SO men divided iuto two shifts. They only put in machin ery for one-half capacity of the build ing, so have only sliced 350 tons each 21 hours run. Work will soon begin putting in additional machinery so next year they will slice 700 tons in same time and a very little additional help. '' ' The factory was planned and all the machinery made by E. H. Dyer & Co. cf Ohio, who have superintended the build...

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 January 1898

lilLD AN ACCIDENT POLICY, 'X Cycllmt's DIsait at ?fot Delnj Hurt in a Collision. Tti3 is the story of a somewhat unusual accident. It happened on the Conduit road ens evening early in the fall, and the man who told rae about it "was an eyewitness. It i3 sing-uiar'y appropriate, by the way, that he should be an eyewitness, for he is an oculist by profession. A man on a bi cycle "was scorching cheerily along on the way to town, when suddenly there loomed up out cf the darkness in front of bin a heavy wagon and a team headed straight for him. There was no time to turn out. The wheel crashed into the wagon pole, and the rider was thrown completely ever the horses, fail ing between them and the wagon. The ocu list ran to the rewue, expecting to see a limp mass of bleeding and unconscious hu manity. Instead, he saw a kicking and eweann? person who was apparently unin jured. The bicycle was a Chinese puzzle of twisted wire. "Are you hurt?" asked the oculist. The swearing person picked hims...

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 January 1898

AND SHERMAN COUNTY FARMEE VOL. XII. COtSTt A5TD CTTT OmCUL PAKTT?. OiiLI FAfB PCBU.SHr.D Ijtf CO 1X2. GOOD LAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1893. NO. 21. 2LU0IUTY OF OXE. .".ztzm A. Har.na Receives the Requi site Number of Ballots. Separate BiUotLsg- la Ohio Legislature CI re Him 73 Totes Opposition De clares. Howertr, That He T1U Not TTln. Columbus, O., Jan. 12. The factional warfare against Senator Ilanna is not over. It will have at least one more day of charges and counter charges. The fight was never more bitter than last nighL Senator Ilanna received 73 votes yesterday, a majority of one "over all in a total membership of ICQ. The senate voted 19 for McKisson and 17 for Ilanna. The house vote stood: Ilanna, 5G; McKisson, 49; Wiley, 1; Warner, 1; Lentz, 1, and one absent. The only absentee was Representative Cramer, the democratic-populist mem ber from Paulding county, who is seri ously sick. Ilis physician stated last night that he could not possibly be in h:3 seat 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. — 14 January 1898

Go oftlanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWAET, - rufcllsiier. TESH5 OF SUESCEIPTIOS. O i year . $1 W .-;X months 75 Three rnoctha -. 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. - Entered at tie FostoSce at Good land, Kan., for trans n; is ion througti the mails, ad second eiaaa mail matter. Now cornea the battleship, Iowa, in to Hampton Roads with two of its 12 inch guns bars ted. After firing tea shots in target practice they were dis abled. The cotton spinners of New Bedford, Mass., are about to go on a strike. It it is to be hoped that they will strike hard, the next chance they haTe at the polls. There is a general consensus of opin ion that the metropolitan police law is no good and oaght to be repealed. Anyone who knows how it works will agree that it is evil and only eviL After sereral cemeteries and crema tories had refused to receive the re mains or the murderer, Durrant, the crematory at Passadeoa, near Los An geles, fina...

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 January 1898

I- -- tl. i!tstsee dial aui f-et. tL 1-oriV-rs of Los A?o, 1 :, f..r- ro.nl i? worn by tins little Icct ILct. LiTe jo-trtejed tbere toan.l fro; though jou may fr;lt it by night or day The t.tsk yon will never echiere. For only the little ones Iracrw tbe way To iLo land of "Make BoUere." Clad ia tLeir amor of Faith they rida On the vii.gs of tbir fancy CecU At; J we hear, as we listen and wait outside, TLe echo of laughter sweet. It lightens the burdens of toil we bear. It brightens the hearts that griere ; Till we wish we cocld follow and enter there la the land of ' Hate Belie-re. Ad ch, the wonderful tales that are told Of the marrelocs tights that they see ! For the weak grow stroc. and the young grow old, And are each what they wish to be. Oh the deeds of Talor, the mighty things Too bold for clad to concede ! Bui these are erery-day happening In the land of "JIake Believe." Wocld yon follow the print of the tiny feet? Yoa roast walk as they, undeSled. Would you join in their fa...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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