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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 12 August 1898

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STBWAKT, - luMi-her. SUBSCRIPTION'. . $1 (O TERMS . One y-?ar Six in. ctiw Thr months . -i Advcrti-iiug rates rea-sonable ami liberal dis- C4nn.- given on extended coutracts. Emerr-d jit the i'c.H..iH at Go-idland. Kan.. for tra-in'wn through the inai:. as "eooml eiiif! furt: 1 matter. I'EOPLE'S FAKTV TIC'KKT ...S. II. Allen ..J. W. Lx-dy A. t. liti'vey W. Ba-u ...D. 11. iI-"'.-!.Twcr L.. (.'. Boyle W. H. Morris 4 . i. liotkin OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER, SALES MAN COUNTY. KANS. Notice is hereby given that so much of the following land or town lots. situated in Sherman county. Kansas, described in the fo.iowinz lists, as may be nec essary for that purj.oe, wiil. on the first Tues day of September, !:, and the next succeeding risy?, b sold by me at public auction at my ot'rice for the taxes and charge thereon for the year 1-37. R- J. Jone, County Treasurer. Associate justice supreme coiri Goveruor --. - Lieutenant-governor . . S-crctry of state Trea.-arer...

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. — 12 August 1898

S0HET7EAT T70RSE. The Sufferings of Some of Thou Wna Did Sot Go to the War. ' Are there any greater hardship than those endured by cur brave boyi at the front?" asked the speaker. ""Well, I don't know," replied the de mure little woman in the back of the hall, rising-. "Were you ever in a house where four boys between ten and six teen caught the martial Epirit, mount ed guard eight times a day and made it a point to charge on the cook at least twice? Did yon ever note the enthusiasm with which four boys can enter into the spirit of military opera tions and patrol the front of the house insisting upon the countersign when callers arrive?" "Hadam, broke in the speaker, I assure you, I "Did you ever come home from a shopping tour, she persisted, "and find the baby in the guardhouse yelling itself hoarse while four boys held a council of war to decide whether it should be shot or hung? "As I was about to say, madam "Did you eTer return from a short call at a neighbor's to find the front...

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. — 12 August 1898

- nimaTzrsm m the vzst. ' " Tbesnbjeclif oftm tlicassed as to whether t here bsen any improve-- tuent iu the west during the period of: settlement, aud whether any climatic chanca hus tak u plce. Some people take otih if this question bat j ofher ta.ki the opposite siJe, maiu tainLng that there hns bet n a percepti ble improvement in the country and a gradunl change of the conditions of rain" fall. The' western tier of counties in Kansas bean to frettl up in iSS-, but the great rnsh wts in lSbo, ht-n thou- j sands of settlers poired into these western couuties clear nrruvs the state. "The same was true of Nebraska aud the Dtikotas, bat in th prent i article this discussion will be limited mainly to Khuh. Prior to the settlement of these counties it had I?! an immense cattle ran?e and ranches of various size were distributed widely over the western part of the statf , and in eastern Colorado. Prior to this system of cattle rai-in, this country from the British dominions to the Pan Ha...

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. — 12 August 1898

Sail Hwifummmufmiftiirtmn'smWH Call and see : i O ft OUR NEW LIKE OF Thatches, locks, and ilverware. . Silverware in single pieces and in sets knives, forks; sterling silver novelties. Rings in style and prices to suit all. s FflNGY CHINESE WARE. Lamps of the latest patterns. . . . Complete line of . . . Spectacles find Eueglasses In filled and solid gold frames. Your eyes tested free. . . Your repair work is solicit ed and satisfaction assumed. C. R. I. &. P. WATCH INSPECTOR. immiuuuuuuiMumuiumss MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE.1 As a natural result of our efforts to keep our assortment full and strong, so that your shopping interests may be well protected. The close of each busy season finds us with many lines that must be cleared that must melt away before the arrival of our autumn stock. To meet the situation we begin a Special Mid-Summer Clearance. We make exceptionally clean-sweep prices everywhere in our store, and offer unusual shopping opportunities for you. Thrifty buyers wi...

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. — 12 August 1898

- , 2 ' . ' Zzn'i sweat Sid fret, fr-t keep cool c3 ti-e Hood's S&rsapariila. This la good tdTice, as you wCl End if you Io'.Iotv It Hood's Sarsapariila is a first-class sum mer inedicine, because it is so good for the stomach, so cooling to the blood, so helpf ul to the whole body. Make no mistake, bat gt only u Liwli o psrillo America's Greatest Medicine. HnnH'c EI!fc: cere LiTer Ills; easy to IVJUU S riH3 take, fur to orxM-ate. BEAUTIFUL E02IES. Tie Teadency of the Aire Is Toward Miral Decorations. Probablr at bo time in the world's history has as much attention been paid to the in- tenor decoration 01 homes as at present. No home, no matter how humble, is without its handiwork that helps to beautify the apartments and make the surroundings more cneerluJ. Ice taste cj the American peopJe has kept pace with the age, and almost every day brings forth something new in the way of a picture, a draping, a piece of furniture or other form of mural decoration. One of the latest of tb...

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. — 19 August 1898

VOL. XII. cottjcty akt cm omriiL Pinrr OXLI IAP& fCBMiHT:!) IK COC2TXX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1893. 52. APTURE OF MANILA Our Troops Storm the Trenches, Sweeping All Before Them. ADMIRAL DEWEY'S HU2IA5E PLA5. Every Object Spared bat the Armed De fense kid the Trenches Dewey After More Game The Official litport i Expeeted at Washington. Hong Kens', Aug. 17. Admiral Dewey gave Gen. Augustl an boar in which to surrender at the time of the last demand made on Saturday. Gen. Augusti refused to comply. The bom bardment, which began at 9:30 a. m., wa3 continued for two hours, and then the Americans stormed the trenches, weeping all before them. Those within the walls attempted no resist ance. The first Colorado volunteers stormed the outer trenches and drove the Spaniards into the second line of defenses. Then the American troops swept on, driving all the Spaniards into the inner fortifications, where the Spanish commander, seeing "that further resistance was usel...

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. — 19 August 1898

gootHanbTgepttbllclHST-flF ODGI 118. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. H. STEWART, - - - rnblisher. TEEM3 O SUBSCRIPTION. Oao year v $1 00 Six months f Three months , Advertising rates reasonable and liberal aia eoaDU piven oa extended contract. Entered at the Postofiiee aC Goodland. Kan., for transmission through the mails, aa second class mail matter. PKOPLrS PABTY TICKET. Associate justice supreme conrt Governor Lieutenant-governor S. H.Allen I. W. Leedy A. M. Harvey W. E. Bash D. H. llefiebower Secretary of state Treasurer L. C. Koyie Auditor. W. H. Morris Congrwsman-at-large J. D. Botkin Congressman Sixth district. -N. B. MeCormick LOSS GAIJT OF THZ "WAS. Now that the war has ended, we may count the loss and estimate the gain. It was a short war. It began by the declration of war, April 21, 1803, and ended by the preliminary treaty of peace, August 12, 1S03, having lasted 113 days. The expense of the actual warfare has been 150,000,000, but it is estima ted that when we shall have bala...

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. — 19 August 1898

6 a e " a r " 4 ; SNORTER, SON S OF A HURRICANE. TLe EsJ cf Hla Cyclcic Cu-str Brought Grki to tLe Hto lock Ei. Z ON ONE of my trips through lie Passadanky country, up in the hemiock belt," said John Gilbert, the traveling- groceryman, "a diseonsclate locking native came out of a barn near the roadside and hailed me. I stopped. " p:d you ccm-e through Jiniins' Hol ler?' he asked. Yes, I said. '"Was folks gethered pooty plenty at the tavern, lookin glum? he asked. 'Not that I noticed, I replied. " "Wasn't the store shet tip? 44 No. 'Business goin cn about as usual, hay? It appeared to be. Then they hain't heerd on it down to the Holler yet,' 6aid the native. r "Guess I better lope down there an break it to 'em myself, kind o gentle. If the news hits 'em suddent they mowt shet down the tavern.' " 'What's happened? I asked, my cu riosity excited. " 'Why, Snorter's dead I was the re ply. 'Who's Snorter? I inquired. Gness you must live pooty fur about here,' said the native, if you never...

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. — 19 August 1898

TWO STINGING EDITORIALS. The Ktiuii City Str and the ScUetltle American's Kont on Alier and tfc.e llimiDemeat of th Santisso Cmpln. When great journals, that ar9 well known to be independent and non-partisan, roast the secretary of war for the frros3 mismanagement of the war department, rnd the criminal ineffici ency and blundering of hi3 subordi nates in the conduct of the Santiago campaign, there must be something in the wind. The two editorsals referred to are published consecutively following, be cause the people have the right to know what the facts in the case are, and they will fix the blame where it belongs and no whitewashing will go. If the case is anywhere near as bad as has been repeatedly reported, the pres ident should immediately ask the mi llionaire politician to step down and out of the war office. If he does not do this hi3 administration must bear the blame and make answer to the American people. Secretary Alger and His Blaader. Secretary Alger i3 the sort of a ma...

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. — 19 August 1898

mi niiiinfiiiutianfiniinHnunnunt Call and see s j O t M!; OUR NEW LIKE Thatches, Olocks, and Silverware. Silverware in single pieces and in sets knives, forks; sterling silver novelties. Rings in style and prices to suit all. FflNGY CHINESE WARE. Lamps of the latest patterns. . . . Complete line of . . . Spectacles find Eyeglasses In filled and solid gold frames. Your eyes tested free. . . Your repair work is solicit ed and satisfaction assumed. C. R. I. &. P. WATCH INSPECTOR. 4UD-SIMMER CLEARANCE SALE As a natural result of our efforts to keep our assortment full and strong, so that your shopping interests may be well protected. The close of each busy season ft ids us with many lines that must be cleared that must melt away before the arrival of our autumn stock. To meet the situation we begin a Special Mid-Summer Clearance. We make exceptionally clean-sweep prices everywhere in our store, and offer unusual shopping opportunities for you. Thrifty buyers will welcome this sale. ...

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. — 19 August 1898

'Ycakness la q-ickly overcorro by ti3 losing tnl tlood enrlcLIc j q-!"Ues cl Hood' 3 SarsapirilLa. ' TLLs great rrsii - claa cures that tired feelis cisest zs ', quickly a3 tbo sua dispels tie mcrcing -, cist. It also cures pimples, toils, salt r'-eara, scrofula and ell other trosbia cririrjitir: ia bad, Imp-ire bloc-JL- -J ut iiMf"' ss im -. :j v. - - t - America's Greatest Medicine- II; sir for ti Hood's Pills enre bUloTisr.MS, indigestion. -. . Japanese Women. Naturally there are no figures more perfect than those of the Japanese young' women." T be cbildren,-"'Trjr-to the age of 14, or as loajr as .they hare . the free use of their limbs, are models a! symmetry. About that time they begin to fasten long1 garments about " their hips, the effect of which is toim ; pede their ffait and give them an awk ward shuffle. In course of time it doea -worse and interrupts the development . of the legs and thighs. Amonj the laboring' class an additional mlsshap ..ing' is " accomplished ; by ...

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. — 26 August 1898

1 a ': . . "-r "Hs' v-: - VOL. XIII. COTTVTT ATD CITT OITICUL PAFTTU 05LI FAEa rCBLisHIUJ Ei CCCXTX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2G, 1893. NO. 1. LESSON OF THE WAR Admiral Sampson Is Interviewed on What He Has Learned. TYASSHIPS SHOULD BE FIREPROOF. The Hlg Cans Will Always Be Needed Warships Ought Alio to Be Provided with Smokeless Powder Good Condition of Oar Sailors. Boston, Au 24. A Boston reporter interviewed Rear Admiral Sampson on the train for Washington. Admiral Sampson was reminded that Admiral Colomb, the English naval authority, had said that this war had taught nc lesson in naval architecture for naval strategy. Admiral Sampson replied: If he said that he docs not know what he Is talking about, for the war has taught a great many things. For one thing, it has shown the necessity of making ships of war fire-proof. It won't suSce merely to make the woodwork fire-proof, in my opinion, for there are objec tions to the process as it involves unnecessary expense ...

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. — 26 August 1898

6oobIanb1RepubHcJlff MJM TAXES. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. H. STEWART, - - - rublisher. TEIiMS O One year iCBSCRIPTION. $1 () Six month T". Three months , I Advertising rates reaniiaWe and liberal dis-j counts civeu on f xteud-'-d contracts. ! Entered at the Postot.ice at Gotland. Kan.. for transmission through the mais, as fwcnd I elass maii matter. t l'tOPLE'S PAKTY TICK KT. Associate ju-tice supreme court S. II. Allen roreraor - W. Leedy Lieu ten ant-trovernor Secretary of state Treasurer Attorney ceneral Auditor ..A. M. Harvey ....W. L- Busn H. H:iebower L.. C. Boyle . W. H. Morris Contrre-isnian-at-lars) J. D. Ik:kia Congressman Sixth di.-trict..N. B. McCrmick MILES AND SHAFTZS. The Philadelphia Times of Auu.-t2H, published a seusdtioual article on tbe Santiago campaign which implicated some one ia aa intrigue to smirch Gen. Miles aud preveut his taking command in that campaign. The article makes it look bad for Shatter and is as follows: "First," says the Times' correspond ent,...

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. — 26 August 1898

- I CRIMINAL COMMISSARIES. History Ipcati Itelf. Meade on Onrtr mattcr tad Commissaries ia the ClTll War. Oatht to Be fehot It hoot Bfmflt of Clergy. TLe following i-i from the Cannon eer's story, pages 2i3-2.3. "They used to say that Meade wa3 slow, and all that sort of thing, bat La certainly fed, clothed and paid his troops better and more promptly than any other commander th9 army of the Potomac ever had. The way he would sometimes whoop-up his quartermas ters and commissaries was a caution. Ordinarily he was a somber, taciturn man, but on occasions particularly wheD he had a delinquent quartermas ter, commissary, or wagonmaster to deal with his- profanity would be something elaborate and artistic. One day at the artillery brigade headquar ters he sent a message to the acting chief in reply to a complaint that had been made about mouldy hay or sprout ed oats in one of the shipments of forage for the battery horses. The messenger said that the general com manding would be at the ...

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. — 26 August 1898

ON THE BLOCKADE. Scene anU Inci JecU Described by am American 5arai Odcer on j Datr Before II.T.nn- , I wonder if the good people atiome, from whose pockets come the Einew of war, fully realize all the discomforts and tribulations entailed upon those whose duty it is to maintain a strict blockade of the various ports along1 the Cuban coast. How cany times at the mess table one hears a willing ness expressed on the part of various individuals to exchang-e all their debts for a chance at a soda fountain. Still, the want of cooling beverages is, after awhile, less and less of a grievance, the earthen monkey cr a water bag hung1 up in the air cools the water so that it quenches the thirst, and the ap petite is less hearty than in our more bracing- climate. Electric fans are one of the greatest and most endless sources of relief, and their cheerful buzzing lulls one to sleep and makes him comfortable throughout the night. Sleeping below in the close confines of a hammock is not thought o...

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. — 26 August 1898

-r u tm'mmmmmmrmnunn Call and see I ; OUR NEW LINE OF :5 1 ! M: latches, Glocks, and Silverware. Silverware in single pieces and in sets knives, forks; sterling silver novelties. Rings in style and prices to suit all. FANCY CHINESE WARE, gj Lamps of the latest patterns. . . Complete line of . . . SD6Gtad6S find Eyeglasses In filled and solid gold frames. Your eyes tested free. . . Your repair work is solicit ed and satisfaction assumed. C. R. I. &. P. WATCH INSPECTOR- MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE: As a natural result of our efforts to keep our assortment full and strong, so that your shopping interests may be well protected. The close of each busy season fiads us with many lines that must be cleared that must melt away before the arrival of our autumn stock. To meet the situation we begin a Special Mid-Summer Clearance. We make exceptionally clean-sweep prices everywhere in our store, and offer unusual shopping opportunities for you. Thrifty buyers will welcome this sale. It means ...

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. — 26 August 1898

signs op snr. The Scijxcted Man "VYaa Eteyclls as.3 Joaea SUatook till FocatlarUiea : for Gailu 'I distrust that luan on sight," said Jone3, meaningly. Jones is one of the men who think tbey are bora detect ives. "Yes, sir, I wouldn't trnst that man with a saucepan-lid." "Il'm," said Eobic son, who happened to know the man in question, andheid a rery different opinion- And why not, may I ask?" "In the first place, do yon notice the stooping insinuating way in which he carries his shoulders? That's craft." "Ohr 'In the second place, you observe that he clutches his fists as thongh he had a grip upon something that notb. injy would persuade hira to loosen That's cupidity." "Ahr "In the third place, do you see how furtively he glances from side to side? That's guilt." There was a pause. "I happen to know that man," 6aid Eobinson. "And I am riht?" demanded Jones, triumphantly. "No, you are wrong-. lie has just become proficient enough to go in tho street with his bicycle. Nearly all bic...

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. — 2 September 1898

.V VOL. XIII. COT"vTT AXD CTTT OTTTCX1I. PATT, OXLT F APE'S PCBIiSHili I COUIi GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1838. NO. 2. PRESIDENT'S OUTING Only a Brief Visit to Ee Paid to His Hone at Canton. BOARD TO EEFORT 05 PB0S0II0I. Unfavorable Comment la Regrard to Naval Promotions, Some Really Actios m a Dejrtdatlon Instead or Reward for Merltorloo Service. CleTeland, O., Aug-. 3 L While Presi dent McKinley very much desired to pay more than a brief visit to his old home in Canton, he finds that the da ties of his oce are such that he will he obliged to cut his visit there to a mere calL The president will spend a couple of days in Camp Montauk point and Camp YVikofE, so as to inform him self correctly as to the condition of affairs and the truth of the reports that have been circulated, from per sonal observation and contact with the men- The presidential party will he at CoL Myron T. Ilerriek's residence in this city until Thursday morning1, when they leave for Canton. B...

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. — 2 September 1898

GooSIanS IRepublf c OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. H. STEWART, Publisher. TEK1IS O One year K:x mouths SUBSCRIPTION. n a 54 Three months Advertisiii? rates reasonable and liberal Oi counts jriven on extended contracts. Eiitertd at the Poetoftce at Goodland. Kaa for tran.ncii-sion throujrh tn mails, a &econr clag mail matter. PEOPLE'S PARTT TICKET, j Associate justice supreme court .S. H- AileD Governor. J. W. Leedj Lieutenant-Governor Secretary of state Treasurer Attorney general Auditor A. M. Harre) W. E- BasL D. H. Hefiebowei L. C. Boyle Y. H. Morri.- Gocfrressman-at-Larse. - - J. D. Botkin Congressman Sixth district.. N. B. McCoraick i opu!lt Central oiti in i ; tr Meeting. There will be a meeting of of the popaliat county central committee ia the court house at Goodland, Kan sas oa Saturday, September lOtb, at 2 o'clock p. ro. All committeemen are urgently requested to be present as there is business of importance to be transacted. John Habtzles, Chairman. VICTCEY WITH DISGEACE- ...

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. — 2 September 1898

9 A! FEESOSAL yOTES. yr --. j $ Call and see s w o i. V OUR NEW LINE OF locks, and j Silverware. 3 Silverware in single pieces and Zl in sets knives, forks; sterling silver novelties. Rings in style and prices to suit all. FARCY CHINESE WARE. 1 Lamps of the latest patterns. . . . Complete line of . . . Spectacles find EusQlasses In filled and solid gold frames. Your eyes tested free. . . Your repair work is solicit ed and satisfaction assumed. C. R. I. &. P. WATCH INSPECTOR. iuauiuauiuuuuiuiuuiiiuuaiiaia MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE.- As a natural result of our efforts to keep our assortment full and strong, so that your shopping interests may be well protected. The close of each busy season fi .ds us with many lines that must be cleared that must melt away before the arrival of our autumn stock. To meet the situation we begin a Special Mid-Summer Clearance. We make exceptionally clean-sweep prices everywhere in our store, and offer unusual shopping opportunities for you. Thrifty b...

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