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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 8 July 1898

Ecii a jolly rsaa of 43, of almost ciler cauic rotundity, "siuce takicg Hood's SirsaparLlla." What he meant was that tLi3 grand digestive tonic bad so com pletely cured all distress an 1 disagreeable dyspeptic symptoms that be Lred, ate acd slept lu comfort. You may be put into this deli-jbtfal condition if you will take Hood's Sarsapariila America's Greatest MedUine. RECONCILED TO EARTH. ia nT-GoIn IndiTldnal Who IX d 5o Desire to .Visit the Planet Jupiter. "What did yon say those are?" inquired Ihxt man with the old-fashioned derby bat who had paused to patronize the eurb-tteue astronomer. "Those are the moons of Jupiter," replied the proprietor of the telescope. "Let rae eee. Jupiter that's one of t lie planets." "Assuredly." "Well, there's a great deal to complain of on this earth, but it might be worse. Wit a ail the drawbacks, I'm glad I live here in stead of on Jupiter." "Of course; you hare no assurance tnat the conditions there would be adapted to your kind of life." "It is...

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. — 15 July 1898

' 1 ," J X. VOL. XII. COT""VTT AXT CTTT OITICUL FATTm, O.XLY FAf3 FCBUiHED EC COCilt GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 15, 1893. NO. 47. THE FLAG OF TEUCE. Tie Impression PreTailing That It Is Still Flying at Santiago. Ab Apprehension Felt Tliat the Spaniards ilay Hare Succeeded to a Considerable Degree la Evacuating the City 2o Word from Shatter. Washington, July 13. The impress ion prevailed in ofhcial circles when pnbiic business closed for the day that the flag of trace sent in the Spanish lines at Santiago at two o'clock Mon day afternoon was still flying and that negotiations continaed looking to a surrender. The basis for these nego tiations naturally could not be very broad, in view of the injunction the president laid upon Gen. Shatter to ac cept nothing less than unconditional surrender, but it is supposed that time may be consumed through the indul gence of Gen. Shatter in allowing the Spanish to communicate by cable with Capt. Gen. Blanco in the effort to ob tain hi...

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. — 15 July 1898

(Sooblanb IRepublfc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. H. STEWART, - - - Publisher. TEEMS O SUBSCRIPTION. One year tl 00 Six months W Three months . AdTertiiiiig rates reasonable and liberal dis counts sriren on extended contract. Entered at the PoetoiSce at Goodiand. Kan, for transmission throuyti tbe mais, aa second c!a mail matter. sT.Ayyrva THE CBA53. Tbe Cabaa allies of the American forces engaged at Santiago are. subject to a continuous crcss-fire, not only of Spanish ballets, but of American news paper criticism. They tave it that they are "no account," "show the white feather," and "won't work," etc. These criticisms are both UDjast and unkind. What could be expected cf half-starred half -nude and poorly armed irregulars of Garcias army? As to showing the white feather, some newspapers report that they have done good work and have been a valuable adjunct to our forces. Again, they have been school ed to maintain guerrilla warefare, just as Washington and Green instructed their forces...

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. — 15 July 1898

r J A GOOD WOMAN. Busy at her worlc all day, Never asks a cent of pay, ThiiLJc3 it ought to be that way ; Thank the Lord for Susan ! Sir gin', when she wanta to siDg, Like the robins in the spring ; Scoldin some, like everything ; Thank the Lord for Susan ! Always ready, day or night ; Always willin' she's a sight. Whan it comes to doin' right ; Thank the Lord for Susan ! ile and seven children's what She looks after, well or not. And she's "Mother" to the lot; Thank the Lord for Susan ! Goes to church on Sundays, too. 'Long with all she's got to do ; It's her that's goin' to pull me through ; Thank the Lord for Sosaa ! In ber hair is streaks of gray, And the crows' feet's come to stay ; But I like her best that way ; Thank the Lord for Susan ! Made of consecrated clay, She gits better every day ; Thank the Lord for Sosaa ! W. J. Lampton, ia N. T. San. FK03I THE WAYSIDE. What a terrible time the people do riavA tn-inc to have a cood time. Atchison Globe. FLAG RAISING. Irge Flg to B ...

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. — 15 July 1898

1 : 'ir 3Cl I 3 Htc3 la the cicml-g zls vrhea I jtd to bed! V."hy is it? Eisply bceatisa ycsr blood is ia such a poor, thin, Eluirgish condition it doc3 not k&ep tip your strength and you do not get the benefit of your sleep. To feel strong end keep strong Just try the tonic and purifying ejects of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Our word for it, 't will do yoa good- Mocd'o GorsopariHo s " Is America's Greatest llediciae. Hood's PiSIS care all IJrer His. 25 cects. POINTED PARAGRAPES. Some Short Sentence WTilcn Contain Some Troth and More Than a Little TV It. It's easy for the man who has no credit to keep out of debt. A defective hammock has caused many fond lovers to fill out. Some men manage to talk a great deal and without saying anything. Every dog has his day but the cat has a monopoly on the nights. The turtle may be slow, but he usually gets there in time for the eoup. A woman seldom care3 anything about the answers to questions she asks. The man who seeks damages in court is rare t...

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. — 22 July 1898

-v ' " ---- - r- V- . -, r , . ' VOL. XII. COC7TTT AXD CTTT OmCUt TTTrT OXLI PAPZB FCBXJJsHZD EX COUiir, GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1893. NO. 48. Gen. Shafter and His Patriots For mally Ta'ke Possessioa of the City cf Santiago. CE.TUr.IES CF UISE'JLE NOW AT AH END. Epanlsb. Flag Taken from the Governor's Palace and the Stars and Stripes Raised Amid Impressive Ceremonies the Cap- Cored Prisoners Lai 4 Down Their Arms -Of y Presents m Dismal Slsbt. Santiago de Cuba, July IS. The American Ca is floating in triumph over the governor's palace at Santiago de Cuba. Gen. McKibben has been appointed temporary military gov ernor. The ceremony of hoisting the stars and stripes was worth all the blood and treasure it cost. A vast concourse of 10,000 people wit nessed the stirring and thrilling' scene that will live forever ia the minds of all the Americans present. A finer 6tage setting for a dramatic episode it would be difficult to imagine. The palace, a picturesque old dwelli...

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. — 22 July 1898

GooSIanb IRepublfc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. H. STEW ACT, Publisher. TEEHS O SUBSCRIPTION. One year 51 00 Six months ... pJ Three months r$ Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis eonnta given on extended contracts. Entered at the Postotice at Good land. Kan., for transmission through the nails, aa second e las mail matter. . PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET.J Associate justice supreme court S. H.Allen Governor V Leeay Lieutenant-Governor A. M. Harvey Secretary of state V . fc Bush Treasurer D- H. HeSebower Attorney general L.. C. Boyle Auditor . H. Morris Congressman-at-lari;e J- L- Botkip Congressman Sixth district.. N. B. McCormick A cable dispatch to the New York Evening Post, dated July 20, from Kinston, Jamaica, reports the death of Gen. Garcia. It gives no details, but the report came from Cuban sources. The recent bond issue of the govern ment was speedily taken and subscrip tions were millions in excess of the amount of the supply. It is evident that the United States don't have ...

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. — 22 July 1898

AN OLD FAVORITE. Aiad ! bow easilj things go wrong : A sigh too much or a k'ss too long. And there follows a talst and a weeping rain. And li'a is never the same again. Alas ! how hardly things go right ! TLs hard to witch on a summer's niLt, For the sigh will come and the kiss will stay -And the summer's night is a winter's day. And yet how easily things go right. If the sigh and the kiss of a winter's night Come deep frrm the soul in the stronger ray That is bom in the light of the winter's day. And things can never go badly wrong If the hei.rt bo true and the love be strong: For the mist, if it comes, and the weeping rain, Will be chang ed by the love into sunrhine again George JlacDoaarj. FK05I TIIE WAYSIDE. The Colon was brought to a full stop by , dore Schley. Omaha World-Herald. W. E. Covert, who live3 near Garden City, is running a Belgian hare farm. A common Kansas jackrabbit moseyed in the other day and whipped three of the Belgians in ten seconds and scared a bulldog, set...

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. — 22 July 1898

"f :-.J m ' w Stand the neat Much mors easily and comfortably by putting' and keeping your body In trim coadition by taking Hood's Sarsapariiia. It makes good blood, promotes proper circulation and keeps every organic tperatioa free fro a friction. u d Kjs ijt 'Ui o nnrifln Is America's Greatest Medicine. HOOd' PiHar9 eentjc- mild. erc- STRAINING A FRIENDSHIP. A. Story "Which Snapped the Honda That United Ttto Svreet Young- Thins. They -were Etanding at the counter, and I couldn't help but hear. "Talk about hard luck," said the girl with the hot chocolate. "I know a wom an who had an awful thing happen to her over in New York." 'Oh, da tell me about it," gurgled the girl with the ice cream soda. "Wei!," went on the chocolate girl, "ehe'a not wealthy at all, you know, and she doesn't keep a curse. So, one day, when Ehe bad to go down town shopping, she took her baby and left it at one of these day nursery creche places. They gave her a check for it, and she went o5 shopping. She didn...

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. — 29 July 1898

J 4. VOL. XII. COT75TT AXTJ CTTT OTTIC1JIX PAFTP, OXLT FAPEB FCBT.ISrTKP trf COCXXX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, J ULY 29, 1898. NO. 49. SAMPSON'S REPORT. The Account of the Destruction cf Cervera's Fleet Hade Public GALLA5T FIGHT OF THE GLOUCESTER The Keicne of the Spanish Prisoners Com mended Tlij Chase of the Different Vessel. Described Immaolty of Oar Ships from Damazb "Washington, July 27. The navy de partment made public yesterday the reports of Admiral Sampson, Commo dore Schley, Capt Clark, of the Ore gon, and Capt. Evans, of the Iowa, on the battle of July 3, which resulted in the destruction of Cervera's squadron. CapL Sampson in his report savs: I have the honor to make the following re port upon the battle and the destruction of the Spanish squadron, commanded by Admiral Cervera, o Santiago ue Cuba, on Sunday. July 3, 183i The enemy's vessels came out of the harbor between 9:33 and ten a. m., the heal cf the column appearing around Cayo Smith at 8:3 J. and cmerjjin...

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. — 29 July 1898

MJ.'!"-' Cooblanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, - Publisher. TESiS O SUBSCRIPTION. Ono year Jl 00 Six months 50 Three months - .25 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts iven on extended contracts Entered at the Postoffice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission throujrh the mails, aa second e lass mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET-! Associate justice supreme court S. H. Alien Governor J- . Leedy Lieutenant-governor A. M. Harvey Secretary of state W. E. Bush Treasurer D. II. Hefle bower Attorney general L. C. Boyle Auditor W. H. Morris Con?resaman-at-lar?e J- D. Botkia Congressman Sixth district. -N. B. ilcConniek HOLD 1270 CUBA. The much-talked-of "holding of Cuba for a long time to come" needs a little cool-headed and careful consid eration. Xot only has it gone forth from administration sources that this is the contemplated policy of the Amer ican government, but the English and foreign comment consider it as practi cally settled that Cuba will be anne...

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. — 29 July 1898

WHEN I AM GONE. RAH-EOAD KETTS. PEESOXAL NOTES. LOCAL AND GESEBAI- ,0 VLea I aai pone, yoa 11 oftea sih And say, with tearful drooping eye. How rweet she was, how good and true. Bat now our paths together lay, And I am with you every day, I have no Talue, dear to you. When I am gon the fooli-h tongne Which ail these years has laughed and sung, And tailed with sxscb a hearty will, Will weae 'round you a tender spell. And yoa will find yoa love me well When I am lyin? cold and still When I am gone, the little waya Which helped to pass the weary days, And brighten life for you and me, Will not seem foolish any more. But yoa will tell them o'er and o'er. When my tired face no more yoa sea. When I am gone, you'll often miss The loving smile, the tender kiss. So lightly ajked, so lightly won. And all the careles3 things I've said Will be forgiren when I am dead. And from your saddened life have gone. I shall not care, in future years. About the present smiles and tears. But now my heart i...

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. — 29 July 1898

t-2 Vassal iet i ired Sj working hard, and tien yon can pel rested again. Bat II you are tired all the tfa9 it meaas t'aat your blood i3 poor. Yoa need to take Hood's Sar&aparilla, the great cure for that tired feeling because it is the great euricher and vitalixer of the tltfod- Yoa will find appetite, nerve, mental and di-estlva strength la Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pit Is cure nausea. Indigestion. 2jc. HOW SOUS A GOT HIS START. Borne Ancient Theatrical History Belated by Milton Xoblea and Jack Uaverly. ' One day recently John E. "Warner and Hilton Cobles weie conversing in front of the Dramtists' club, when thev were joined by Jack Ilaverly. Warner and Ilaverly had met recently, but Xobles and the bustling manager had not met in many rears. They eyed each other inquiringly, 'fhen Warner said: "Of course vnu know Nobles, Jack V "Xobles?" said Ilaverly, in a puzzled sort of way, as he sized up the trim fisrure, waxed mustache and perennial youthful...

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. — 5 August 1898

VOL. XII. col's Ti ajtd cm omcui, rip??. OSLX FAPtS rCBT.I.SHF.n EC COCXIX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST-5, 1893. NO. 50. SPAIN HAS YIELDED. Unofficial Information Is Received That Peace Terms Are Accepted. 50 OFFICIAL 50IIFICAII03 TEL 2fo Lt Cp, However, to IloatilUlea Until - negotiation Are Concluded lieu. Wade's Beclment Decided Upon for I'orto Rico. Washington, Aug. 3. Shortly be - fore midnight Secretary Alger, as he left the white house after a conference with the president, said the adminis tration had received no official infor mation that the Madrid povernment had accepted the terms of peace pro posed by the United States. Unoffi cially, the president had been informed that the Spanish ministry had ac ceded to the terms of this country for a cessation of the war. The unofficial news reached the president in theforia not only of press dispatches, but of private dispatches from confidential agents of the United States govern ment. While this government has strong...

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. — 5 August 1898

oobIan&TRepttbIic.HT Of EXM TAXES. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER J. H. STEWART, - - Publisher. TESM3 O SUBSCP.IPTION. One year, 51 Six rsonths 1 Three months -- yVCl.'i aC7 Adverxisiag rate reasonable and liberal ac counts riven on extended contracts. Entered at the FostotSce at Goodland. Kan., for transmission througn the maiis. as second elas maii matter. PEOPLE'S PARTY T1CKBX Associate justice supreme court.. . -. -S- irovernor.. j. . .. ,mr Vt. E. Bu.-b. H. liefi'.-bower . ..L- C. Boyle V.". H. Morris ...J. 1. Lotkia . B. McCormicic V AN COCA TY KAN" S S Not ice is hereby ven thJmuchof the following land or essarr for that purpo-e, will. 00 the trs. Ape dVy of sVPterr.bsr,i., and the next succeeslin he sold by me at puouc tutuuu odffe taxL and cSarge. thereon for the year 1?V . . R j joyrEsly County Treasurer. LANDS. TOWNSHIP 6; KASGE 37 Description. Sec Ami Description. Sec Am' t. LANDS Continued. TOWHSH1F ICr, RISGt 3S. Description. Sec Am'L I Description. Sec Ain't. northeast 4 7...

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. — 5 August 1898

PITH AI7D POE.T. TLs washerwoman hangs out her clothe3 for sundry reasons. E. A. TV. Bulletin. No barber ever saw another barber who knew much about his trade. Washington (la,) Democrats Absent-Minded Professor (in the bathtub) "Well, well, now I hare for gotten what I got in here for." Flie- gende Elaetter. Whenever we want to get cooled, we walk into a room where a pair of lovers are sitting and take a chair and sit awhile. Atchison Globe. Ella "Isn't Charlie Smudgkins a sim pleton?" Etta "How, pray?" Ella I he other evening when he kissed me I told him to stop and he did." Box bury Gazette. The Patriotic Taxpayer.-r-"You didn't go to the front to save your country 7" "No, Im one of the fellows who stay at home drinking beer and drawing checks." Cleveland Plain Dealer. "Confound these consumers! ex claimed the wheelman as he gazed at his punctured tire. He had heard some thing about the tacks always coming out of the consumer. Boston Tran script. A Movable Meaning. "What's a pro j...

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. — 5 August 1898

When the new3 got out that Presi dent McKinley was opposed to the idea of keeping the Philippines, as one of the conditions of a peace settlement with Spain, thre was a popular pro test. Many of the senators, on being interviewed, declared in favor of re taining them, and surprise was mani fest in foreign parts that the proposi tion for their relinquishment should be entertained for a moment. The Philippian insurgents cabled a a protest and the San FrHUcico cham ber of commerce petitioned for their retention. The seuate is one of the treaty-making powers of the govern ment and when they are convened in special-session they will pronnbly take a stand for their retentiou. There is only one emergency that would justify an opposite policy, the duger of a for eigu war through a coalition of some of the Earapeaii p-er against it. Bat with GreL Britain friendly, no such coalition will be formed, and it could not succeed if it was formed. Moreover, since witnessing American prowess on laud ...

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. — 5 August 1898

ACCIDENTS OF A DAY. -V Ball, Horse, Shetland Foot nd a 'Wind mill Get in Their Work. Last Friday while John Bruner, a farmer living five miles eat of town, t," S3 attending his cattle, the bull be came Serce, and forcing Mr. Bruner iato the corner of the barn-yard fence, ir.if fed a severe wound to the right arm before help could be rendered.! The unfortunate man being temper-1 ally cared for, his son Oti. hurried to the barn to saddle a horse to summon medical aid and as is frequently the case, hurried work is slow work be frightened the animal, which instantly kicked him in the face. This was the sadder of the two, knockins oilt five of his front teeth, fracturing the jaw bone, lacerating bis face. Although the injuries to both father and son are serious, the patients are doing well. Dr. Shelley dressed the wounds. The same day Dr. Shelley was called to the home of Thomas Preston, who f livp on. the Tomblin farm northwest ( fn-rn tn spt the broken arm of hi little five-year-old da...

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. — 5 August 1898

His Villa ICept a EcerdlBj IIoti.se cvad He Tlionsit fc Didn't 5ed Him. Us did cot look as if he wers ccraposed cf the Etuil of which heroes are made, but there roust have been some of the di rine aiZatas of courage in his ej-siera or he would not hart bee a before the recruit irg c nicer seckiEg to gain a dmission into the tasks cf those wno were cSeririz themselves as a sacrifice upoa the altar of their beloved cocr try. YTat is jour came? inquired the o3 Ctriacharre. "Joha fcmith." "Your are, Air. Smith?" Tcrty-three, next October. HrVcere were you born V "In Indiana." Do you reside here?" "Yes, sir; hare for the last ten years. "Are you married or Eirzle?" "Harried." "Ah, is that boT "Yefl, eir." "Well, you can't enlist?" "Why not?" Tecause you are married." "AVhat's that gat to do with it?" "Can't take married men into the eerv ice." "Why cot? Hasn't a married man got courage enough? Can't he be as good a pat riot as a bachelor?" "I suppose so, bat we can't take married men. I'...

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. — 12 August 1898

VOL. XII. COU5TI CTTT OVTTCIAXi TAPTT r-s. 02O.Y PAP1S FLiilsIIfcD LX COC2TXS. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY. MORNING, AUGUST 1-2, 1893. NO. 51. THE SPANISH REPLY. It Fails to Meet the Expectations cf the American Administration. HAH C05DITI05S TO ACCEPTANCE. Xfce Outtoun of the Cabinet Conference at STaahiojrtoa Unknown, bat the Belief ! Tm That Another Beplj from Spala ( Will Be Necessary. Washington, Aug. 10. More than 24 hours after it had begun to reach Washington the Spanish note in an swer to the president's peace condi tions was presented at the white house j the French ambassador. What the nature of the answer was can only be conjectured at this stage, the secretary of state at the conclusion of the con ference making1 the formal statement that nothing whatever could be said on the subject. The conference lasted an hour and 25 minutes. This prolonged discussion was believed to indicate that the Spanish answer was not satisfactory in all respects, though in just what points it fe...

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