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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 November 1898

J"d t; '. U f 5 U V From the War Bring tha germs of malaria, feYers and other diseases, which may prove contagion In their own families. Hood's Barsapariila Is a special boo a to soldiers, because it eradicates all disease germs, builds up the debilitated system and brings back health Every returned soldier and every friend End relative of soldiera should take Hood's Sarsaparilla America's Greatest Medicine. l; six for fa. Hood's PUIa cure sick headache. 25 cents. A WAY TO SETTLE IT. They 'Were Rivals and There Was a Chance for Trouble Bat Peace Prevailed. "Now, theL, sir, I think v. e have a little business with each other. Suppose we settle it right here." "1 know what you mean. Say, look here. You and I are courting the Bame girl, and raturally we don't like each other. That's the trouble, isn't it?" "That's it, and we don't need to waste marv words over it, either." "V"e won't. I would like to occupy your time just about two minutes, however, and if we can't settle this thinz wi...

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 November 1898

' "J 1 ' W rfo, x -a I ; ";V7 ,f, V w (pjr y t y V V V VOL. XIII. COL5II AISTJ CTTT OTTirUL rJLTX?. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY: MORNING, NOVEMBER 11, 1893. NO. 12. GENERAL ELECTIONS Erief Returns as to How the Dif ferent States Voted. PI5GREE EE-ELECTED 15 HICHIGAI The Cong-reesloral Unless at loo from Illinois XOlteiy to lie Erenly DlTided Tha Triple Fuloo la Colorado Slake Sweeping Victory. Ohio. Columbus, O., Nov. 9. Incomplete xeturns indicate that the republican plurality of the state ticket will ex ceed the plurality of 51,103 for McKin ley for president in"lyJ, and probably double the plurality of 23.105 for Dnsh neli for covernor last year. The re publicans elect 15 of the 21 congress men and four districts are carried by the democrats. Two districts, the Third and Twelfth, are in doubt. The present delegation in congress is 15 toC Iowa. Des Moines, la., Nov. 9. Sixty pre cincts in Iowa (rive Dobson, 7,Sj7; Por ter, 4,555. The democratic state central committee has triven out ...

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 November 1898

Goo&Ianb IRepublic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. R. STEWART, - Publisher. TEBMS OF SUBSC2IPTION. Om year $1 00 fx onto 50 7are months 25 AdTertisiiu? rates reasonable and liberal dis cos:: ta given on extended contracts. Entered at toe Pootoifice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission throutrft the mails, as second ciajs mail matter. SIX PAGES. TUX ELZCTI05. The election is over and it is now in order to studj results and note the causes that led to the victory of one end th defeat of the other political lenient in the recent conflict. Contrary to former experience, the populists made large gains in the cities and towns of the state but lost ground in the country districts.? It is not dif ficult to explain this change, upon re flection in the case. Recriminations are not wise in the summing up of the results of election nd studying causes of defeat. It i3 easy to account for and no one need to marvel at the recent republican land slide in this state. It was anticipated long ago by thou...

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 November 1898

EPUBIICAKS "WON. T.t're Republican State Ticket Elected. One Congressman, Ridgeiy, Saved. la th C'oanty Republicans Elect Rpreen- titlre, Clrk of Court, Probate Judge SaprlntDIea.r, CommluloatrFop Elect Countr Attorney, and One Commlulooer The fietnrn. The election in thi3 state resulted ia the success of the entire republican Elate ticket. The republicans claim the state by from 6,000 to 10,000 majority. Every populist congressman with the excep tion of Ridgeiy has been defeated. IsCziS defeated Jerry Simpson by 2,000 in the Seventh district, and Reeder de feated McCormick by 1500 ia th Sixth district. In this county the republicans elect ed representative, clerk of the district court, probate judge, superintendent cf public instruction and commission er of the Third district. The populists Iscted county attorney and commis ticner of the Second district. The republicans gained four of5cs, the populists losing three formerly Lsld by them for the last eight years. Partial and on-offi...

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 November 1898

TroHEII AS COAL-PASSERS. Ai-Ele4 Fenlnlae Laborers tile WbWTM In J pa- Cities." T e&rred traveler la Japan jrcea K!ji to find disenchantment. Thtrt b ee the. fair Japanese maid- labor a. a coal-passer and at 'lor-g'-cLorw work- It makes one of the rtrnft ig-t of the queer orient, Its teeming millions of peculiar Pple to aee 50 or 100 women at work irith, an. ;nal mmber of men coaling . in the. prettj harbor of that city. It is that at one time the work was ekn. almost exclusively by women, bnt tvi latterly the girls and women have Veer ffra-finally giving way to their oo-s brother or sons. Many contin- . X at tie work, however, and it will 'j.rcbhljr Ve years before the custom disappears. The coaling' at ISlg-asaki la 2om from lighters, and a series of . va4td and inclined platforms that rcbl a step-ladder are a died to tiut ai of the vessel.- They reach fra th deck of the lighter to the BIr""Jk of the steamer or ship. The "is handled in email baskets that Tartu WiX from 30 to 4...

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. — 11 November 1898

'"s S 1 y n y -" vs - y s- -r u wr Jsjr lr r . o ktn rj n r j i ! ! t i r, Li LI i Luj' L ' i ! i n f 7 I A. Great SPECIAL SALE Coverino- a Stock: f oj vv i, m - .i m k . .J Li i i I U M i rn i ( j V jJ -'-r ' Upwards of $39oooOO Worth of Qaeera! Merchandise. LMEMOIMG- MOV. COM . CONTINUING FOUR DAYS. This Will Be the GREATEST SPECIAL SALE Ever Inaugurated in Western Kansas , nnnn r r r n n n na r V, n r i r S Mr i ; r J A Great Special Sale because of its Magnitude. A Great Sale because of its Far-reaching and Beneficial Results to Every Home in this broad country. A Great Sale because it will cover the Present and Future Wants of Every Household at Money Saving Prices, which is the object of this sale. Our general trade this season is unpresented, but we are equipped to do more business, advertised. Uo discrimination with purchasers. Read the Prices. Remember the Date. Be sure and come. Everything will be as DRY GOODS. 2000 yards extra fancy standard print at S per yard. 'J.'UO ya...

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. — 11 November 1898

'" r r ' J- ' r. CIsod Purified by Hood's Sarsapa rK'a and Health is Good. "Iwm a. sourer from catarrh. One of n-y neighbors advised me to take Hood" Sarsaparilla and I did eo. A feiv bctllc parlSed my blood and cured ma. I have remained in good LeaiUi ever since." JAa. T. Ad srss, AthensTille, Illinois. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. l; six for iS. Kood'8 P;IIa cure all Liver 111a 55 cents. HAN AND HORSE. Aa Incident Yf hleh. cicely Illustrate th Proper Fecllnc Between Them. The waon was heavily laden with threat bajrs of meal, too heavily ladea for a single horse to draw it, one would have thought, but with urging and a eck of the whip now and then, the one horse did draw it. The wagon tarned into Henry street and half way down the block again turned, thi3 time into the alley at the rear of a livery stable. It required considerable tugging on the part of the old horse to pull the load up the incline of the alley driveway, but he did it, and the driver looked p...

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 November 1898

- ..... r - VOL. XIII. conrrr i?m cttt omruL rArrr, 03LI FAfB PCBIXsHXD X COOTI. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAYJIORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1883. NO. 13. PEACE CONFERENCE. Spain 7ill Hot Accept the Terns cf the United States. TEE EELIEF HELD AT WASHIJCT05. Stat Department Think the Spaniards "ST 111 Come la at Last With an C n con ditional Acceptance of Our Term "War Talk. "Madrid, Nov. 15. According1 to semi cScial statements here the Spanish peace commissioners will maintain their present attitude in regard to the Philippine islands and will certainly cot accept the conditions of the United States. Further, if the discussion does not return to the limits of the protocol, as viewed by the Spaniards, the Span ish commissioners have decided, in spite of contrary reports, not to sign a treaty of peace, it is also learned from the same sources that complete i sccord prevails between the Spanish fjovernment and its peace commission ers. The Spaniards declare that their re fusal to sign a treaty bas...

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 November 1898

WWWiU l li Y- LlULk I From Oar Correspondent. I , ... OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. n. STEWART, Publisher. TERliS OF SUBSCRIPTION". Oa year $1 00 :x months W Tr months 25 AdTertLsin? rates reasonable and liberal &1- counts iriTea on e xtende! contracts. Entered at the Postoffice at Goodlaad, Kan., for tr&csmiBeion throujrh the mails, a second euua nxaa matter. SILYX- QTTESTION 2f0T DEAD. At the close of every political cam paign we hear the "bell toll" the death of silFer, and the gold maniacs havj the "requiem mass" said for the repose of its "souL" Bat ever and anon it bobs up serenelj and stalks around more alive than ever in the next cam- paitfL. Like the the ghost of Banquo it will net down. It was not so very dead in Colorado a gold producing state in the late election. It knocked out the McKinley "crowd," Ed Wolcott and his murderous gang of "thugs," and reduced the republican majority in the house of representatives to a minimum. The republican platform of 1S0G is a pled...

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 November 1898

MY UTILE BABY BOY. PEKSOSAL OTE3. There's music ia the babbling brook that hurries down the hill ; There's mcsi: ia the robin's song and ia the linnet's trill; There's harmony in everything, bat nothing has the half Of melody that ripples through my little baby 8 laugh. His eyes are like the stars at night, his pretty dimpled chin And delicate, soft, chubby hands would grace a cherubim ; 'When he is nestled in my arms the 'world is full of joy, All centered in that gift divine my little baby boy. No monarch ever owned a gem with mine to half compare : No wealth of gold could buy a king a jewel half so rare; Oh, he is all the world to me content without without alloy. And hope and love and happiness my little baby boy. Dave Florence. On Trail of the Bobbert. Sheriff Dastin has been on the trail of the men who robbed J. S. Hutchin son, a ranchman, of 300 on the night of October 22 at his home southeast of thi3 city. The sheriff believes he has located his men near Wichita, Kan. He ret...

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. — 18 November 1898

" -i k-3 wi J ii fc ii ii In the Head la siIr.fi.irrTsatlsa cf the mucous meir.tr race Unizthe nasal passages. It i3 caused by a cold or succession of ccMs, combined with impure blood. Catarrh Is cared by Hool's EarsapariLLa, wfc.Lh eradicates from tea blood all scrofulous taints, rebuilds the deli cate tissues and builds up the system. Hood's Sarsaparllla 13 America's Greatest Mediclae. CI; six for (3. Hocd'8 Pills cure all Liver Ills. 25 cests. 31 ji ry Waa a Mlarraloslat. A teacher in cue of the local schools was iostrticting a class of small children in min eralogy the other day, endeavoring to make clear to thir yoking mmds what a mineral really is. islanding before them, she began in her clear voice: "A mineral is an inor ganic, homogeneous substance of definite, or approximately definite, chemical compo sition found in nature. Do you understand ne? Come now, you have all seen minerals. And your mothers and fathers have told you the names of them, haven't they? Of coarse, they...

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. — 25 November 1898

VOL. XIII. COTTNTT AXT CTTT omOlL PATTT?5. O'LX PAPEB fCBIJ.SHKP d CGUTX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FKIDAY. MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1893. NO. 14. WAR INVESTIGATION. Several Witnesses Heard as to How Things Were Conducted. WAY SQ3IE SOLDIERS WERE BURIED. CoL Kooievelt Tells Ab at Hi Experience la Cuba an.l la Camp Wlkoff Scar city or Medical feapplle at the Front. 2Tew York, Nov. 23. The war inves tigating' committee yesterday decided mat it would not visit Montauk rxint. the site of Camp WikolT in a body, bat would send a committee to prepare a report. CoL A. S. Kimball, the assist ant quartermaster general of the United states army, stationed in this city, testified. He said that all the contracts for supplies were let to the - lowest bidder, after prop2r notification and advertisement. He told also about the purchase and hire of transports in .iew iorK. Rev. Henry Ii. Bryan, of the Garden City cathedral, presented himself to speak of the manner ia which the sol diers dying in hospitals were...

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. — 25 November 1898

Gooblanb Republic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. 3. tl. STETYAUT, --- Publisher. OF SUBSCRIPTION. 0 Tear H CO f-.x ontLa 3 "Ihn months .25 AdTertisia? rates reasonable and Liberal dis count a given on extended coctracts. Entered at the Poototljce at Goodlasi, Kan for tr&n mis? km thixurQ the mail, aa second eiasi mail matter. Cliancellor Kent, on the Sth pa;e of hi3 connaentary, S3ys: "When the spirit of patriotism depart and truth and justice i3 disregarded, mankind may easily be enslaved through forms of law." What is the difference between a landed aristocracy and arnonied aris tocracy? Very little, indeed, and the difference is decidedly in favor of the monied aristocracy. We have the lat tler, England the former. President ilcKinley, in hi3 Toledo speech, delivered in January, 1SCC said: "Money the master, everything else the slave." Thi3 i3 now the pre cise condition of affairs in the coun cils of the nation, and cf the party he now represents. In Manila most of the houses and oS...

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. — 25 November 1898

DISTItlCTltOITBT GEISDIXGS. PETSB OKTn I.v JAIL. A BAI STOB2I. A. -aIt in Which the Rtmoftl of School Uoase.Is InTolved. The November term of the district court convened Monday, Judge Smith presiding. The docket was a light one, there beinz only one casa outside of tli mortgage foreclosures, conflrma tion of sales, etc. There were no jury trials, and the case of the state of Kansas vs. Moore: and IIulstroEi was tried by court. This case was brought to compel Moore and Ilulstrom, mem bers of the La Blanche school board, to remove the school house to its former site, plaintiSs contending that the re moval was contrary to Isw and in viola tion of the rights of taxpayers and patrons at said school. The school house was moved about two mile3 south of former site, and the subject was up at the annual school meeting, defendants alleging to have proceeded according to law and upon a majority vote cf such meeting. The case involves some fine pcint3 of the law and it will require an import an...

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. — 25 November 1898

Wu Li'u u y il u la tie head, vriia Its ringirg noises In tia ears, buzzing-, snapping sounds, severebead aches and disagreeable discharges, is per canerti j cured by Hood's SrsapariHa. Do tot dally "with local epplications. Take Hood's SarsapariLa au-i make a thoro-ogb and complete cure "07 eradicating from the blood ail scrozloi3 taints and gtria g health and. vigor to the whole system- Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Meuicice. CI; six for S. Hood's Pills cars all Lircr Iiis. 3 cents. DAIiGEROUS PROBIIiG. When It Came to Prylny Into Family Secrets She Didn't Want to Be Iniartd. She had concluded to talre ctit a life in surance policy and appeared before the es erniains physician. , , . . . "What's your name.' he asked in his crisp business way, end she looked indig nant as she ansvrered. "Age?" "I didn't come here to answer imperti nent questions, sir. I came to be insured." "But we must Iino- your age in order to fix the rate." "What rate?" "The amount yoa nrust pay ann...

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 December 1898

VOL. XIII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY.MORNING, DECEMBER 2, 1893. NO. 15. EASTERN DISASTERS The Loss cf Life and Damage to Shipping Growing Larger. TEE STEADIER P0RILA5D WRECKED. She Goe Down Off XXIchland Light and All on Hoard Perish Wreck at Fro Tincetown, Mi. The Gale at Block Island. Boston, Not. SO. From reports that hare come by wire, mail and messen ger to the Associated press from New -England points yesterday it was diffi cult to estimate the total loss of life and damage to shipping along this coast as the result of the recent storm. The list of disasters seems to grow every hour and from dispatches thus far received it appears that at least SO schooners have been wrecked at differ ent points, from Eastport, Me., to New Haven, Conn. Eighty-six schooners have been driven ashore and 14 barges loaded or empty are aground. This list does not include the SO vessels either wholly or partially wrecked in Boston harbor, nor half a dozen or more craft which are reported miss ing. 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. — 2 December 1898

(pooblanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER J. fl. STEWART, - - - Publisher. TESH3 CF SUBSCRIPTION. fit year fl 00 month 50 Tr9 months - Adrtii:n rates reasonable and liberal div eoints girea on extended contracts. Entered at the PoetotSc at Goodland. Kan., for triii? ti: 58 ion throurii the mails, as second lxi msai matter. VTZO TE2 FIXXFt5C3 AEZ. So far from beinj ne?roes and South S& Islaad savages, aa they are depicted in the cartoons in American papers, the Filipinos are neither Polynesians nor nerroes, bnt the fourth branch of the proud and courtly Malay race, and il&nil3 is the most cultured city in the aat. The Filipinos are a charming and courteous race, deferential without that cringing servility so common in the British Indian and other Asiatic races, and, furthermore, they are ex ceedicsly polite and have all the quiet ease and dignity of the best bred European or American. As to the tractabiiity of the Filipinos to government, it is pointed out that they submitted ...

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 December 1898

A SAD WEEK. The year had glooviilj bcyua Tcr TTiliia Week, a poor man's Ha u beset with bill and daa. Acd he tad Terjr little SUN. HON. "This cash," 6ai J he, "won't pay my dues ; I're nothing here but ones and - TUZS." A bright thought struck Lira and he said, "The rich iliss Goldrocks I will WED." Bat when he paid his court to her. She lisped, but firmly said, "So thus." "Alaj r eaid he, "then I must die ! I'm done ! Ill drown , I'll born, I H FRL' They found his elorea, and coa anl hat ; The coroner upon them SAT. Tid-Bits. OKTH BOOD OVER. Supposed Bobber 111 Hit to Cl $2,000 Bonds to Secure II L Liberty. In jail, in a strange land, friendless, pennilesSjCbarged with holding np and robbing an old man and woman, bent with"years of age, of five hundred dol lars is the position in which Peter Orth has found himself situated. Th robbery and the incidents leading to the capture of the defendant is still fresh in the minds of Republic readers. The preliminary hearing of Piter Orth, who...

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. — 2 December 1898

Clood Puriflsd by Hood'a Sarsapa rl'.!a and Health Is Cood. "I -WS3 a suerer from catarrh. Ore of ray neighbors advised me to take Hood's SarsapariHa and I did so. A fe7 bottles puried my blood acd cured me. I bare remained la good health ever since." J a. T. ADm3, Athens vilie, Illinois. Hood'o Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine, tl: six for tS. Hood's Piils cure all Liver Ills. 3 centa. AN ADHIRER OF WOUEN. Matrimonial Repeater Wbo Cot More Enamored with HacIx Subsequent "Wife. I vras riding along the road leading across Hurricane gap, in tLe Pine mountain range, thinking of tLe peculiar people who lived in these fastnesses, when I was startled by a voice up the hiiiside calling to rue to come up and give somebody a lift. I had no idea "who owned the voice, but whoever it was was in trouble, and I re sponded and found a man ot CO or more caught by the foot under a fallen tree and unaoJe to get away. He wasn't hurt, and I soon had him on his feet, and he insisted on my sto...

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. — 9 December 1898

t if! ' t 7 ; , I , v- 7 9 VOL. XIII. COt'TT A?T CTTT OTTICUI. yATTTV, GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 9, 1893. NO. 16. ADYISES LAWMAKERS The President's Annual Uessage . Upon the Assembling of Congress. History or the Recent Wirand It Reealta Dwelt Upon .Naval .ail War Heroes Given Great Prale Reform In the Currency. "Washington, Dec 5. President Mc Kinley sent the following1 message to the Fifty-fifth congress after he had teen, informed by committees that the seriate and house awaited any com munication he wished to make to them: To tbe Senate an House of Representatives: Notwithstanding the added burdens rendered necessary by the war, our people rejoice la a very satisfactory and s'eadily Increasing de cree of prosperity evidenced by the largest volume of business ever recorded. Every man ufacture has been productive, agricultural pur suits ha' e yielded abundant returns, labor in the fields of industry Is better rewarded, rev enue legislation passed by the present co...

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