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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 14 January 1898

A ;ZZ PZDDLEFL ' ZZs ILnew Very Well How to lOiipon of HI Goods. lis carried a tig load cf broo-Jis. and as he r'-aged along the sidewalk with Lis burden ca Lis tack he cast his pale, gooseberry eyes rer the houses to fee a probable customer. Then be ascended a flight of steps and waa tailed ty the woman next door. "You can't sell any brooms there. The woman in that house never bnya at the door." Ha rang the tell and waited. Sure enough the woman of tte house opened the door, and when eha saw the broom vender she wa about to close it again. I don't want anything," ahe said. "I know it," eaid the man. "The woman next door said you wouldn't boy anything." '"She did, did she? Perhaps I'm as able to buy things as she is. How much did you ray your brooms were?" "She Eaid J. couldn't 6e!l you any ttat yea never bougt. anything at the door." !Dear me, I wonder how she knew? Give me that broom with the covered handle and the one striped red and blue. And I'll take two of those "rmall whisk ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 21 January 1898

VOL. XII. coniir avtj rxTT otttcul riT", OliLX FAfB Jr CF. I.I. SIIT.r iX tOi-Tii GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1833. NO. 22. EXCITED OVER CUBA. House Engages in a Lively Debats Over DeArmond's Resolution. The Missouri Congressman Wants the Dip lomatic and CootaUr BUI to Recognize Cabaa Belligerent Sut6 Pauci Vrgeot Deficiency Bill. Washixgtos, Jan. 19. Yesterday's open session of the senate was brief. Practically the only business accom plished, aside from the routine pro ceedings, was the passing1 of the ur gent deficiency appropriation bilL The measure, as finally passed by the sen ate, carries $1,913,810. The Teller reso lution providing that bonds of the United States may be paid in standard silver dollars was favorably reported by a majority of the finance committee, and notice was given that it would be ealled up at aa early date. An effort was made to fix a time for the final vote on the pending census bill, but was abandoned until to-day. Senator Gallinger, ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 21 January 1898

G ooblanb IRepubH OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. , II. STEW ACT, Publisher. TE21I3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year li'sO motitiis. , . 75 Isrs months 40 AdTertisirg rates reasonable and liberal dis count gireu on extended contract. Entered at the Poetotfioe at Goodlaad. Kan., for transmission through the malls, as second class call matter. The world moves, a republic for Italy. The pope favors Tanmsny might as well get into liDe for Bryan and the Chicago platform if it wants to rida on the band wagon. Boss Croker will find himself in the soap in his attempt to tarn back the Ery&n forces to the gold democracy. "Ex-Senator David Bennett Hill is supporting Bryan and the Chicago con vention in opposition to Boss Croker, Tammany and the New York Journal. If he ha3 any political sense left he will stick to his position and fight it out on this line. According to the report of the 30m missioner of internal revenue, Kansas has 2C3 liquor licenses, as many as the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Miss issi...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 21 January 1898

I'EE'OSAL SOTES. r.AILKOAD SETTS. LOCALASD GEXEIIAL. v ""N " . s v- 1 v A- A ." y ' j jr y f O j A " H'.S SIXTH BiRTHDAY. H-3 l.as Riven op Lis cradia and Lis littlo srort-oJ bill, II? bas Lidded all his dolls behind the door; He KO.-t have a rocking-horse And a bard wood top. of cocrse, For he isn't mamma 'a baby any more ! He has cct 2 all Lis earls, they are only t for sir Is, - Ac J has left them in a heap upon the floor; For La's six years old to-day, Aad he's glad to bear them say That he isn't mamma's baby any more! Hj has pockets ia his trousers, like his older brother, Jim, Thocgh Le thiiiis he should haTO had them long before. Has Dew shoes laced to the top Tis a pnzzle -where they stop ; And he L-n't mamma's baby any more ! Ha has heard lis parents sigh, and has greatly wondered why They are oorry when he has such bliss in store ; For he's now their darling boy. And will be their pride and jcy. Though be cannot be their baby any more. Georgina E. Billings. DISCOVERED IN T...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 21 January 1898

unsumatism -Is permanently cured . By Hood's SarsapariHa Which neutralizes the Lactic acid in the blood Thousands who were Sufferers write that they Have felt no symptoms Of Rheumatism since TV iking Hood's SarsapariHa 1 cli Reflections of a. Bachelor. At 30 marriage is the wine of life; at 43 it's the morning after. A can is quiet w hca be is dead; a worcan is dead when she's quiet. Every woman 53 a mirror of her bosom friend to her bnsband and a mirror of her huhand to her bosom friend. The first sign that a woman is beeinnirtg to feel her age is when the hunts up all the baby pictures of her children. Half a woman's pleasure in buying a pret ty pair of stockings cheap is spoiled because se can never be perfectly sure they won't crock. - - When yea see a girl's eyes l-xk as if she had been crying she has generally met with some great grier, or else she has just had her bath and couldn't find her silk starcLinj bag. N. Y. Fress. Deafness Cannot Be Cared ty local applications, as 4h...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 28 January 1898

VOL. XII. COC JtTt AST) CTTT OPTTCIAI. PlFf, GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1893. NO. 23. ST0CK3IEX CONVENE. Delegates from Twenty-One States and Territories at Denver. Got. Ehtw, ef Iowa, Speaka Before- tlie UoneUry Convention at Indiana po ll Arfamfnt for an E las tie Currency. Dexter, CoL, Jan. 25. The first ses sion of the National Stock Growers conrention was called to order in the Coliseum hall at 10:S0 o'clock yester day by George L. Goulding, chairman of te general committee on arrange ments. There -were present nearly L 000 delegates, representing 21 states and territories of the west, northwest and southwest. In a few words the chairman stated the object of the meeting'. He said that the years of de pression to which the cattle industry had been subjected caused a loss in that branch of business of hundreds of millions, but that there now appeared a brighter prospect for stock-gTowinsr in its various branches, and this con vention was called to consider the ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 28 January 1898

(SJooMahb IRepubKc- OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. 2. II. STEWART, . . publisher. TEKilS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Coa year 5 Mi month Three month -- - WC" i -j Advertising rates reasonable and liberal CU eounts prea on extended contract. Entered at the Fostotfice at GoodlaEd. Rn, for trannu!oo througa the maiiS, S-S seoond ci&s m&U matter. THE LOTJD PC3TAL BILL. j The Load postal bill which is now before congress is intended to remove the annual deficiency in the postal de partment by charic a higher rat of postage cn certain classes of publica tions, and placing restrictions upou all publishers of neswppers, periodicals and books. The postal department has neverbeen self-sustaining. That was not the principle upon which it was establish ed and put on its present state of useful ness and efficiency. Its purpose was to facilitate busines and promote pub lic intelligence. This is thoroughly un derstood and there is no Rood reason for a change of policy at this late day. If economy i3 what is ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 28 January 1898

LITTLE MISS GROWN UF. :'-Jws! sitting straight ia a straight-backed 1 .-.ezv- warut a suarl ia her shining hair. There wasn't a speck on her dainty dress. Eat Ler rosy faco wij fall cf diitiesi. T7hen I drew near to this maiden fair, Ahs suddenly rumpled ber ahiniag hair. And dropping down in a heap on the floor. Uplifted her Toice in a wail most ore. "Now what is the matter, mr pretty maidT "I'm all grown up f she dolefully said. "And I'm lonesome, aa lonesome as lonesome e-an be, For Huxcpty Dnmpty and Biddl&-U e-Bee. "TL.;re' Little Eoy Bine, who naed to ereep tJader oar haystack and fall aaleep ; Ha isn't my friend since mother dear 'Did op' ray hair in this twist so queer! "And the Dog and the Fiddle, thy left me, too, When the baby into the woman grew. The Dish had hidden away with the Spoon, Aid the Cow bad stayed at the back of the ilooo ! "The Little Oid Woman Who Swept the Sky Is caught in her cobweb high and dry ; And Jack and his Beanstalk I cannot find Since I began...

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. — 28 January 1898

JLKE JIOT described by a St. PnIPa;ersiU Ktw Star of Liberty. A corre ipon dent, in a ccm raujiiration to this pa per, s a y i during the past few months s o much has been said and written of Western Canada, and the ne"ar provinces forming it, he has Deen lea to g-.ve tee suc;ect some inquiry, end he has beea shown letters written to the Canadian government from delegates ent out by friends to inspect the country. One of the delegates -who ws sent to "Western Canada says: In undertaking to give a description I fear I shall net be able to give it jtistice, for I hardly know where to Begin or when to end. Fcr a plea for my judgment, I will assume, for an illustration, the experience of a man who went from place to place in Eearch cf a wife, and finding so many cf good qualities and attractions, was unable to determine which to choose, so in looking for a home in Western Canada I like the country well, and two of my boys are going this fall (they have since gone, and each has a homeste...

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 February 1898

VOL. XII. COTTJfTT AJTD CTTT OTTICIAX. PIFT, CXLX FAFEXi F CBI.TSHT.I Li; CCJ.-.rZ. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1893. NO. 21. SWEPT BY A ST0K5L Worst Bilzzard in 20 Years Paralyzes Traffic in New England. tl errata Ilave a Hard Time la w York -4-II Trains Were Delayed and Several Geean Casualties Are Re ported. Uostox. Feb. 2. Havoc was wrought slong the New England coast and throughout several states yesterday by one of the most severe storms ever experienced in this part of the coun try. Eighteen people are believed to nave met death along the coast near Gloucester. Eight men, the crew of the schooner Charles S. Briggs, went down with the wreck of that vessel off the Little NahantMonday night. From points along1 the Maine coast corns sto ries of boats wrecked and damage done to shipping of all kinds. A ter rific blizzard from the northeast swept 2sew England. Meager reports from interior points tell of houses bnr ied in the snow. Drifts a score and more feet deep...

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 February 1898

ooblanb IRepubltc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, - - - Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ? year $1 50 x inontna. ........... .... a I mouths 40 Ajrertising rates reasonable and liberal dis-cc-'sti given on extended contracts. L-htered at tne Poetoifice at GoodlADd. Kan., f ;r tranmisien through the mails, a second :.rj mail mattor. O Parity, thoa art a darling! O Sweet Ilasbaj?, thoa art the mother of lies! Uuder the laws of Colorado it cost the Union Pacific 220,000 to tile its charter. Iu Kansas it costs practically nothing. Kansas ought to pattern af ter Colorado. John Seaton, a republican aspirant for governor, made haste to telegraph Senator Baker, congratulating him on his vote against the Teller resolution. If he gets up, you'll know where he's at. The railroad commission res hare plenty of work now. Cjmplaints of discriminative rates are coming in rap illy. People are evidently determined to get all the benefit possible oat of the present law. Oa July 1, 1S07. Secret...

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 February 1898

BIDE YOUR TJT.'.E. ' a fortes treats yon slightingly '-: I rferrthicg goes wrocg, -:raber that jog. still are free To labor and be strong. T ? Lira -who bravely does LLa part MicfortcLe is do crime, Jut uold your grip and keep op fae&rt Acd laarn to bida your time. The sorest road to greatness lies TLroch Lard and patient work. The glorious name that never die Cones not unto tha shirk. . Fame sits npoa an eminence, A pinnacle sublime, lis who would win must seek her thence Strive on and bide Lis time. T'-.a man of hope and energy. Who keeps one goal in sight, V to goes his way with constancy, IVill some time win the fiht. The man whose life a glory ends To every sS and clime, Is he whose purpose never bends. Who works and bides his time. Go onward. O'er the future's hills The dawn falls cool and sweet. Go onward. He can win who wills And bows not to defeat. Go onward, though your path may lie .Through calumny and slime. Ths way will brighten by and by ' Go on and bide your time....

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 February 1898

1 f: rj v C'j! Hood's arsapar!'l3 Has r'cda Her Strong and Rugged. ullj Hills girl Las always been vei-j delicate, eal t33 been usisy Hood's Earsa rariHa. Khe Las talcea several bottles ol IL13 medicine a-1 is a rurgsJ chill now. Wa believe Hood's Sarsspapilla fca3 dona what no ctber meJiciae could do." S. S. Cjlp.b, 1215 Graai Ave., Racine, "Wis. Hood's Garocparilla Is the fees V ta act tie One True Blood Pnrtier Kood's Pi!!s cure all liver iTs. 23 cents. HIS NEAREST NEIGHBOR. Tie One Who Blade Trooble Wher ever He Moved. An excellent and pertinent suggestion was tbat once made by an old Quaker lady to a pruinblins rnan. The man had formerly lived near the Quakeress, and from his boy hood had been in the habit of finding fault with his neighbors, their ways of itving, . their speech and ideas. He moved to another town and on his first return to his birthplace called on hi3 Quaker friend, who had to listen to a cata logue of the faults of his new neighbors, fche Epoke as soothingly ...

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 February 1898

"OL. XII. GOOD LAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, lfcC3. inO. -:o. CUB AX RESOLUTIONS. r-;3 Propositions in the Ser.aie Ccn cern'rs the Insurgents. ator Fettirew Srcik Iji Opposition. t tie Hawaiian Acceutloa Treaty Alabama Contested Election Case in the Hoa. 'iTAsniXGTOS, Feb. 9. Three preposi tions, differing materially as to me tb- s, were presented to the senate yes terday, for the relief of the Cuban in varments. Mr. Allen, of Nebraska, of iwrtl as an amendment to the diplo matic and consular appropriation bill 3. resolution recognizing the belliger ency of the insurgents. Mr. Cannon, :-i Utah, offered a resolution urging the president to notify the kingdom oi o-.iia that, if it did not recognize the independence of the Cuban republic before March 4, 1S0S, the United States "would recognize the " belligerency of 'the Cubans and within GO days there--i.-fi.eT would assert the independence f;f the Cuban republic. Mr. Mason, of -Illinois, followed with a resolution re ques...

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 February 1898

oofclanbtlepublfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. 3. II. STEWART, - - - Publisher. TE33I3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. O-e year. $1 50 ix mouths '5 Three months 40 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis-eosr-.ta riven on extended contract. tatered at tbe Postortice at Goodlasd. Kan Tor transmission thronrn tne mails, as second cid8 mail matter. The state got an income of $3,000 from the insurance department daring Janaary. It is presumable that the republican papers will hare little to say of the in crease of $1230,771 ia the public debt of the nation in January, and that they will also be silent aboat the big bal lance in the state treasury. Many of them will go on talking about the "state deficit," and the "revenue pro ducing DiDgley bill." Governor Picgree cf Michigan is after the corporations again. He has brought suit to compel the Michigan Central to put the two cent per mile rate, which is provided for by law, into effect. It is about time that the rail roads learned this lesson, that as c...

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 February 1898

VHILC DACY CLEEPS. Tba resiles3 fcad3, so ka for flay, Lis cliced cud do not sur. Her breath so ilsfat it crc would w7 A web of s&is.ainer; Eer babj Toice that coos nd erowg, la we test cadence kepicy. Ii hashed ; the bouse bo Music knows WLila bsby'i sleep'cfi. Her sane 7 eyes, that when the 7 ri Dawn daytime cf delight. Behind their friain canopies II are set, and it is niyht. Tire little toe the corer shows Boyoud its edge just peeping. Fair as a piii fire pet&led rose, While baby's sleeping. See On the pillow here Ie found Golcooda'a treasures now The golden carls that cluster round My darling's cheek and brow. Her lips jost parted in a smile. Some pretty secret keeping; An aogel whisper to her while My baby's sleeping. J. L. Heaton. LIVERY BARN BUrlNS. Ecnis Walker's Llrery Barn Totally Destroyed Br Fire No Inaraac. Saturday forenoon about 11:35 the livery barn of Ennis fc Walker was dis covered on fire and all attempts to save the building were of no avail. The fire wa...

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 February 1898

J;UrS TALL. a Gil i-toTr and Oae Tlit Ia EraaS ew. TTire society g-rls sat in the r ewly dee med boudoir of the blue-eyed cirl. The i.r-wn-yed girl remarked that she wished .e one would remind her to buy a tccih-."--a the next time the went downtown. -.rT she laughingly nsked: ''Girls, whit would you call a toothbrush -!'.- e of the amenities of civilization?" 'I would call it a necessity," exclaimed the blue-eyed girl. "That remind me, rrl3," the ec-itLnned, "of a story my Uncle ; Arr.es used to tell. I alwavs baa my doubts r bcut this story cf Uncle Janes', but I will te'I you what he said. "lie was going: from Boston to New York one time on one of the new Sound et earn ers, and he shared his stateroom with a strange man, When morning came, Uncle James got up first, dressed, and went on deck. Presently he came back to pack his traveling bag. He remembered that he had lcft his toothbrush on the rack. On looking for it, be discovered Lis roommate using it vigorously. Supposing that ...

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 February 1898

VOL. XII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1803. NO. rtr to. IIAII Jffl DP. An Explosion Wrecks the United States Cruiser at Havana. Estimated That Oyer a Hundred of the Crew "Were Killed. Telegram from Cap. Eissbee Asking- for a Tender to Ba Sent for tho Crew. The Account of the Catastrophe Yery All the OSi.tr Are II e lleved tc Bare Been IIavaja, Feb. 15. At 0:40 yesterday evening a terrible explosion took place on board the United States cruiser Maine in Havana harbor. Trany were killed or wounded. The explosion M shook the whole city. The windows were broken in all the houses. The correspondent of the Associated press says he has conversed with several of the wounded sailors, and understands from them that the explosion took place while they wexs asleep, so that they can give no particulars as to the cause. The wildest consternation pre vailed in Havana. The wharves were crowded with thousands of people. It is believed the explosion occurred in a small powder magaz...

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 February 1898

CooSlanb "Republic- OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, - - - Publisher. TE21I5 OF SCDSCEIPTION. One rear....-..! 51 I mx months 5 Tfiree months . -- j- Advertising rates reasonable and Liberal di ecDoU given u extended contracts. hutertd at tbe Po-tomce at Goodland. Kan., fur transmission through the mails, as second ciaAa mail matter. USCOLS'S EI2THDAY. Last Saturday, February 12, was the anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. As.the years roll on his name and fame will gather luster with in creasing years, and his preeminence in American history will be more and more apparent. Gold win Smith's eulo gy of the "martyr president" is a gem of thought and expression, which is reproduced as being among the best on the subject, and is as follows: "Abraham Liueolu is assuredly one of the marvels of history. No land but America could produce his like. The destined chief of a nation in its most perilous hour was the son of a thriftless and wandering settler. He had a strong and em...

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 February 1898

WILL COME OUT RIGHT". TTLatTer is a crnei wron?, WhateTer is nnjust, The honest years that sr-eed along- Vv ill trarnj.la in the dziat, la restie3 youth I raileTat fats Willi all' my pocy miht. Eat now 1 kacw if I bat wait, It all will come oat ribt. Tbocgb rice nay don tt judo's gown And play the censor' part, And fact be ecwod by falsehood's frorrn. Aid natcre ruled by art ; Though labor toils through binding tears. An idle wealth is might, I know the honest, earnest years Will brins it oat all right. Though poor and lorelesa creeds may pass For pure religion's gold ; Thongh ignorance may mla the mass Vi'Lile troth meets glances cold I know a law complete, sublime. Controls ns with its might. And in God's own appointed time It all will come out right. Ella Wheeler Wilcox. THE FIREMEN'S BALL. " I n t h Annual Ball of LocomotiTa Fire men's Union 396 Was m Grand Affair. The ninth annual ball of the locomo tivs firemen's anion 30G vtas held at the opera house Monday night, the success...

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