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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 October 1898

t Good Digestion Tiese Bra tb essentials of health. Hood's Earsaparilla is tha great fclocd purifer and stomach tonic It pronptlj expels the Imparities which cause pimples, sores aDd eruptions and br giving healthy action to the stomach and digestive orga&u it keeps the system ia perfect order. Hood's Scrsaparills Is America's Greatest Medicine. fI;sixiorfS. Frepared only by C L Hood & Co.. LowelLMiss. HnnH'c Pllc re tr,- onlT pnis to tt:e WOOU 1IS with Kood s Sirsapanila. Ills Bmlneii. A lawyer trying to serve his client by throwing suspicion on a witness in the case, in the course of his cross-examination, said: "Yon have admitted that you were at the prisoner's house every evening during all thi time?" "Yes, sir," replied the witness. Yere you and he interested in any busi cess together?" "Yes, sir," answered the man, unhesitat ing'y. 'Ah! Now, will yea be good enouch to tell us how and to what extent and what the nature of this business was in which you and he were inter...

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 October 1898

J i; k 4 t s ?r - s- V " V. r VOL. XIII. tOlHII A?T C1TT OmCUL PAFTS. ONLI P-A-PES FCBI.ISg'EP UC COCiTT. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY. MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1893. NO. 8. PEACE COMMISSION. llenbers Hare Not Considered in Joint Session the Philippines 50 QUESTION YET DISPOSED OF. The 8pantih Commiiilonen nave Atked, It is Believed, to Hart the Cuban Debt AMuaed by the United States. Washington, Oct. 13. The peace commissioners in Paris, so far from reaching a point of absolute variance on the question of the Philippines, hare not as yet taken up that subject for consideration. It is true that, at the very first session of the joint com mission, the Spanish representatives &ought to raise a question concerning the occupancy of Manila bay and town by the United States military and naval forces. The United States com missioners promptly refused to con sider the point in any aspect and, with some reluctance, the Spaniards gave over, for the time being', the effort to raise that issue. Sin...

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 October 1898

Gooblanb IRepublic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. H. STEWART, Publisher. TEEilS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year Jl 00 fir months 50 Ttree months 25 Adrertisia? rates reasonable and liberal dis ecnnts giTen on extended contracts. Entered at the Poetotfiee at Ooodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, a-s second class mail matter. PEOPLE'S PABTT TICKET. Associate justice supreme court S. H. Allen Governor J- W. Leedy Lieutenant-Governor A. M. Harrey Secretary of state E. Bosh Treasurer D. H. Heflebower Attorney general L. C. Boy-e Auditor W. H. Morris State superintendent public instruction William Stryker Congressman-at-lare J. D. Botkin Congressman Sixth district.. N. B. McCormick Representative L- D.Gillespie Tlerk of court F. E. Yeanck Probate judtce ...R. A. Kent 'ounty attorney lioyt Andrews County superintendent public instruction V. S. Coleman Commissioner Second district (to fill vacancy) Alfred Dawson Commissioner Third district J. D. Stone Why was Montauk Point selected as a ...

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 October 1898

THE EEPCBUCAX CONVENTION". A County Ticket Nominated Alger Jsm Endursfd-Liprsioni on Party Fealty. Representative Dr. A. A. Shelley. Clerk district court II. M.Ueston. Probate judge P. S. Darling. County attorney E. F. Murphy. Superintendent Frank Jones. Commissioner Second district (to fill Vacancy) 1. Warner. Commissioner Third district J. W. Germaa. Saturday the republicans held their county convention. The members ot that once grand old party assembled at the court house to administer the county affairs of an or ganization that in the time of Abraham Lincoln won the love of men by reason of its splendid principles and espousal of justice; but that in the receut war with Spain has as splendidly demon strated the fact that the name Alger- ism has come to mean a synonym of incompetency, which is steadilj but surely trau.storming the love of its heretofore ardent worshippers into that of hate. At 1:30p.m. T. M. Simmons, perman ent chairman, called the meeting to order and expressed ...

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. — 14 October 1898

11 a 1 v Is FuJIy as Importantand Beneficial ss Spring Medicine. ' Hood's Sirsapariila is Just the medicine to keep the blood rich and pure, create tn appetite, g-iye good dig-estioa and tone and strengthen the great vita! organs. It wards c3 malaria, fevers and -ether forms of Illness which so readily overcome a weai and debilitated system. Remember Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pills cure lnd!g-estioo. 5 cents. "MULBERRY SELLERS." XTbj It Was That Mark Twain Had to Be name the Hero of "Th Gilded Ace." One day while Hark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner wero walking together they happened to begin a discussion of the modern novel and one or the other suggested that it might te a good plan to burlesque it. Later, .while journeying together to Boston, this suggestion took definite shape and on their return work was begun, one author writing a chapter, the other taking up the threads of the story" the next day, and both critically examining the result each ...

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. — 14 October 1898

TOL. 13. The Goodland Hepublic OCTOBBE 13, 1898. Legislature, A legislature like an administra tion should be Judged by what it ac complishes and we ask the voters of Kansas to Judge the Populist Legis lature ol 1&37, by this rule. At the outset we desire to say that no legis lature in the history of Kansas has ever passed so many wise and bene ficial measures since the admission of tie state into the Union and we cite the statute book of ISO 7 in proof. Two elements enter into legisla tion, especially in Kansas man and money. For years money, as rep resented by great corporations, has received the attention of our law makers to the exclusion of the man, er-d the interest of humanity. The lslature of 1S37 reversed the order and gave some attention to the in terest of the great common people, "who have by their labor, economy eid enterprise made Kansas a. great commonwealth. The Republican party from the time of Its first suc cta has drifted more and more toward the power of mone...

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. — 14 October 1898

' fc irf s , living From the Observer. Flushing, Ulch. lie Tbooclit lie Poor CIrl Ketfe4 o xock The State Laws regulating stock yards having been resisted, we demand that the State of Kansas shall provide adequate market facilities by purchasing land and constructing necessary buildings, yards and other conveniences to furnish the people an open public market and under such regulations as Will prevent a combination of buyers and commis sion men from . controlling or regulating prices. Charges for such services to cover actual cost of op eration and repairs only. Populist Platform. What 13 the stock yard3 law? A. It is a law passed by the last Leg fcSmtare defining a public stock yard regulating the 'yardage and feed ers "Charges in the same. 3. WLo passed this law? The Populist party in the 1837 Leg 2itfcre. Q. Are there any public stock yards the State to which this law applies? A. Yes, the one at Kansas City. U, What reduction did the law make yardage charges A. It reduced the cha...

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 October 1898

VOL. XIII. COt TIT I ATD CTTT OTTTdAl. TATTTU OXLT FAfES f CBT.I-TT Ki U COCKlt GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY.MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1893. NO. 9, THE PEACE JUBILEE. notwithstanding Bad Weather at Chicago It Was a Success. SPEECHES HADE AT THE AUBIIOSIUH President McKinley Makes a Short AddreM la Eapoas to Calls from the Audi enceThe Ball at 'lght a Financial Saceeti. Chicago, Oct 19. Five thousand peo ple packed within the walls of the Auditorium witnessed the formal launching1 of the peace jubilee yester day. A heavy drizzle that at times changed into a rain and then back in to drizzle was falling-, the streets were filled with puddles of water and the cold wind blowing off Lake Michigan made walking unpleasant. Notwith standing' these obstacles the opening of the jubilee proper was a distinct and brilliant success. Owing to a mis understanding, in which the president had no part, it was 11:10 before Mr. McKinley entered the halL On his ride from the residence of Mr. Mc Willi ams the pres...

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 October 1898

(pooblanb IRepublic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. 3.' II. STEWAUT, Publisher. TEEilS OF sL'ECP.IPTION. yer II rc f-.i Booths ?r months ---- -5 Xdrtiain rates reasonable and liberal ais ecinti siren on extend?! contracts. Sintered at the I'orjtottice at Goodland. Kan-, for transmission throusrb the mails, as second ! mail matter. . PEOPLE'S PAKTY TICKET. Aoc''mte jxistice supreme court. GoreruoT Liati tenant-governor Secretary ol state Trarurer. D. Atomey general 1 editor S. II. Allen J. Y. Leedy ..A. M. Harvey ....V,'. E. Bnzh 11. Hf flsbower L. C. Boyle ..V.". II. Morris fetat ruperixitfD'ient public inst Conressman-at-lar-re ConTssnian Sixth di-trict.. N. ruction 'liiiam Stryker ...J. D. Botkin B. ilcCormick ETrentatiT? L. D. Gillespie Clark of court F. E. eanck Probate jud?e -- H. A. Kent County attorney Hoy t Andrews County superintendent public instruction V. S. Coleman Commissioner Second district (to fcll vacancy) Alfred Dawson Commissioner Third district J. D. Stone Attorney Genera...

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 October 1898

. A. KIKKFA IRIIE KILLED. Former Goodlaud Kailroad Man Meet Nad Kstte t l- Junta, Co:o. J. A. Kirkpatrick, a former railroad man of the Kock Js-iaud roa'l who made Goodland his home for several years, was instantly killed in the yards of the Santa Fe railroad at La Junta. Colo., Tuesday evening, by beins run over by an 6Dgine. Kirkpatrick was emnloTed bv the Santa Fe in the capacity of braktnian, and was assisting in taking an engine to the round house when the accident happened. It is said that he had thrown a switch and signaled the engineer to back up. It is supposed that he attempted to c&lcq the ladder at the back of the en- pine tank, but missed his footing aud fell nnder the wheels. "Kirk," as he was usually known by his fellow employes here, was well liked and the news of his tragic death was received with most sincere sorrow by hi3 many warm, personal friends in Goodland. He held the position of freight con ductor for several years, and was tin- ally given a passenger r...

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 October 1898

?an!ii Deterioration. Tiit th-? Eani-h character has deterio rate great'? s;nr Isabella's rein is araia fbo-Kii by te fact that, -while poor Colum bus can't l:e still, hua descendant can. Ilar.sai City World. "Ef a raan'a wise." said Uncle Eben, "he' Doun' ter ma up ajin lota o' questions dat fce can't answer. Dut if he's smaht he won't earn up to it." Washington Star. When a man begins to put in hia time looking cat for Li r-.ghta he is gettin? so he needs irau.hing. Washington (la.) Demo crat. Li wJaii g Wltalts riiien changes, its hot days and chilly cigits, dampness and decaying Tege taUon, is peculiarly trying to the health. A good Fall iledicine is as important and beneficial as Spring Medicine, Hood's Sarsapari'da keeps the blood pure, ward 3 cS malaria, creates a good appetite, gives refreshing sleep, and maintains the health tone thro ugh"t his trying season. Hood's SarsapariHa Is America's Greatest Medicine. Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. 5 cents. Z 1 I A perfect type o...

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 October 1898

VOL. XIII. cottttt A-rrn crrr otttculi. r Arrrrt OSLI PXPEB PCBUhKtD EC COCaTX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY;MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1893. NO. 10. PROBING COMMITTEE Dr. Boss Testifies That Uedlcal Supplies "Were Short at Santiago. TESTS TOO SEAR TO THE 'SLYKS. 6Jck Men Without the Protection of m Tent Male Driven t'aed ma Nonn Camp Thomai Not Considered Suitable for a Permanent Site. Anniston, Ala., Oct. 25. Dr. IL D. Cass, assistant surgeon in the First in fantry, was the first witness before the war investigating commission yester day, lie was with this regiment and with, the Fourth infantry in Cuba. He arrived at Santiago on thelOthof July. He found the medical supplies short, and was unable to secure any of them for a few days until he learned how to pet them from the division hospital There was a sufficient quantity of qui nine, but a shortage of morphine. However, he had all of this latter remedy that was absolutely necessary, ne was able to secure hospital stores, such es food delic...

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 October 1898

Goofclanb IRepublic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. H. STEWART, - - Publisher. TESJiS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ose year H 00 f-ix months 50 Tnre mocthj 25 AdTertisuiff rates rea.onable and liberal oi ot3Qt given on extended contracts. Entered at the Poetoffice at Goodlaad, Kin-, for transmission throaxn the mails, aa second c l9 mail matter. PEOPLE'S PAETT TICKET. Associate justice supreme court .S. H. Allen GoTeroor . vr Lientenant-?OTemor A-r1",. aTrrf1T Secretary of state ----; Ba&h Treasurer. D. H. HeSebower Attorney general i,-1';, rT-e Auditor W. H. Mom State surerin ten dent public infraction William Stryker CooVresOTan-aV-iarife -- J. IXBoticip Congressman Sixth district. .. B. McCormitit Eacreseatatire L. D. GiUespie Clerk of court F. E. lesnclc Probate jude. ii"EA-j nt County attorney Hoyt Andrews County superintendent public instruction. . . Coleman Commissioner" Second district (to 11 yaeancy) Alfred Dawson Commiiiioner Third district J. D. Stone THE XZ5 TO VOTE TOB. The candidate...

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 October 1898

THE KETCR5IG. Thy march behind their tattered flag, Our very hearts it charms, Bat spent and slow their footsteps lag, Tne 'weary men-at-arms. With gallant haste they stormed the till. And dared the deadly fray; They had no lack of nerve or will la battle's fearful day. Though ballets rwept their thinning ranks They did not pala with dread. To-day they smile and utter thanks Above that roll of dead. A subtler foe, a wilier craft. Has moved them since the fight ; A bitter cup their lips have qna3ed, Fever, and cold and fright. And famine, ghastly enemies. Have had them for their prey. Well may they lag behind the flag. Oar men-at-arms this day. And home returned, the brilliant skies Grew dark to us who see. Through tears that blur our pitying eyes. How cruel war can be. Margaret Sangster in Collier s Weekly. AT THE NUPTIAL ALTAR. Baker- Wood ri n g. William A. Baker of Jaqua, Kan., and Hiss Edith J.Woodringof Salem, Neb., were united in marriage in this city Tuesday afternoon at four...

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 October 1898

i S ? f , . 1 I i ; t iUIUiU btiiUtl Sore cn HI 3 Limb Had Troubled Him for Years. 'Ihad a tad case cf scrofula, end there was a sore on one of my limbs which trou- t.ea me lor tnree or four years. I saw Hcods Sarsaor.rillaso highly recommenced lor scrofula that I began takiDg it, acd it cas cojrpetcly cared rae. I am sound and well" Clarsxcs I. Delaxzt, Waller, HL Hood's Sarsaparilla 13 America's Greatest Medicine, fl : six for ?5- Kood's Plliacure ale headache. 253. TRUE TO HIS LAST. 'X. Good Shoemaker Hay Hot Esow Much Besides Haklsf Shoes, Bat ' Two men were talking. YV hat 1 admire among oar artisan class," aid one with the air oi a superior person, i3 a little broader knowledge than is de fined by the mere wails of hia shop. Now, I have in mind two shoemakers whom I see occasional! jv es they are both tenants of mine. lktu of them are prompt, indus trious, honest men, but one is as ignorant as he can Le even about the dc-taii3 of his own trade. Why, I asked him the other day w...

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. — 28 October 1898

: . 2 rnii t -s t 4 TOL. 13. 1 lit? VUUUliXXIU. btJJJ LLUJJ.J, OCTOBBB 28, '93. Lovo for liiG GId Soldier Snsit3 Only In Republican Platforms and on tie Stump. i Ctnnd MeKlclry Retains Cly Enni ia Sjite of G. A. Ii. Protest and Re publican Congress Prevents the Effort to Clear Up the Calendar of Pension . BUU. So persistent hare been republican professions of devotion to the 'welfare of ex-Union soldiers, so profuse their platform promises, so emphatic their assertions that officials of other par ties could not be entrusted with these sacred interests of the nation's de fenders, that the great mas3 of veter ans looked forward to the election of "Comrade McKinley" as the beginning ef a most liberal pension period. The Republican national platform of 1S35 ays: "The veterans of the Union army de serve and should receive fair treat ment and generous recognition. "When ever practicable they should be given the preference in the matter of em ployment, and they are entitled to the enactmen...

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. — 28 October 1898

Oi .iOnsGO io ivHosQsSOiioGlS' "2Ali KELSO I? UNFIT TO SE2VE AS SUPERINTENDENT. tipriBte of the Alleged "ProfrMor" frocn Undsboi-g; MtrFliron Confined to "Two Ttari kj av Teacher af Eloeatioa in SJettiany College 11 at N CertI2U Sot Identiaed wiUiti SUtVl Ed national G rowi.ii. " Ttie time was when the Republican 2arty of Kansas selected from anions "the ablest educators of the state ltd -candidate for Superintendent of Pub- --i t . x, t , . tic instruction, ill jecua yajs u nucu 1tbe party has nominated political trimmers with unsavory records for : other offices, Its convention dared J aot outrage the people by selecting' Zor this high otfice other than a man ' "with state wide reputation as an' -ssdueator and teacher. This year, however, the private; Xnt-rvsts of a few Republican bosses; -were consiaereu pa.ramu.ut iu tu ( j honest, broad gauged and liber&L Interest of the pub.icschools of Kan- Governor Leedy, while elected on a ea-s and In the nomination of a caa" ; fusion 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. — 4 November 1898

V UC .C J 1 f VOL. XIII. co in t t ajtd cm cmcui, rAyr?. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY.MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1893. NO. 11. A GENERAL'S VIEW. Gen. Bates TLiaks Medical Supplies Were Woefully Short in Cuba. THE C05DIII05 OF CAMP THOHAS. Dr. Kearsa Show That the Site Were Disease Breeder. The Water Con. dtmnl "o Room for Sick la the DlvUion Ilospltal. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 2. Before the war investigating1 commission Tuesday Chief Commissary Marshall, of Camp Hamilton, denied the statements made by Lieut. Col. Mitchell, of the First territorials, Monday. He Baid every requisition had been honored from the territorials. The second witness was Gen- J. C Bates, who testified as to the Santiago campaign, the camps at Mobile and at Cbickamanga, "At San tiago we had bread and meat always. Montauk point was not the proper place for a camp of sick soldiers at this time of the year. In Cuba medi cal supplies were. woefully short. The medical officers said that they could not pet them. This was especial...

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 November 1898

Gooblanfc 'Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, - - - rnblisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Om year S:x months ?r Three months --- v:v-" , Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts triven on extended contracts. Entert-d at the Ko-tofice at Goodland. Kan, for transmission tarougii the mails, as second c'.a.. mail mutter. PtOPLfS PAKTY TICKET. Associate justice supreme court S II. Allen (.oiernor - ; VrtT i Lieateuant-eovernor r Z Secretary of state v;-V,"i;,BLVrB Tranter D- H. Hefbower Attorney g-ceral - ..L. C. Boyle in,iitr W.H.Morris L . . ....tjr.lont nnhli.- instruction - Wxiiia-n Stryker Cona-ressman-at-large. - - - - J xtkin Coiiirressman Sixth district. .N . B. iicConnicJ Representative Clerk of court .'.'. .F. E. Yearick: .xv. A. hje nt rroDate jna ;;Y i County attorney. Hoy t Andrews County superintendent public instruction. U.S. Coleman Commissioner Second district (to 11 vacancy) CommiVio&er third district J. I- Stone Tiie Kni ;ht Ticket. Many republi...

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 November 1898

:ilK IITsTICAL K1VEE. O'-T the Elver of Drooji:g .Eyes - . Is the woadorfui land of Drearr.s. VTLcre lUies grow white as snoyr, And el are greeu acd vara vizsds blow Acd the tali we-cds quirer. all in a row And no one ever cries : For it's a beautiful place for piri3 and boys, Where there's to pcoldir asd lots of coise, And no lost balls or broken toys Over the River of Drooping Eyes . In the beautiful land of Dreams. Over the Eirer of Drooping Eyes Is the wonderful land of Dreams, There's horns to blow and drums to beat Aad plenty of candy and cakes to eat, , And no one ever clean their feet And no one ever tries ! There's plenty of grassy places for play. And birds acd bees, they throng all the day Oh, wouldn't you like to gj and stay Over the River of Drooping Eyes In the beautiful land of DreamsT Maurice Craytoa. THANKSGIVING DAY. Thursday, November 24, So Designated By President McKinley. The president has issued the follow ing Thanksgiving proclamation: 'The approaching Novemb...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
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