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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 9 December 1898

r Jooblanb IRepublic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, - - - ratlister. TE2MS OF SUESCEIPTIOX. C? rear SI ii Doc:!i w Tkree moDths '- Adrertisins rates reasonable scd liberal cis eoants giten on exteniei contracts. Entered at the foMorSce at Goodland, Ran for tracsrnisaioa throiijra the raiie, aa second La mail matter. iicKialey's message throws bouquets at McKinley and tells the pople how McKinley licked Spain. About 512,000 has been collected as eastom duties since October 13, the d3y the United States formerally took possession of Porto Rico. The Nicaragua canal becomes of more importance to the United States since neff possessions bare been added to its domain. The canal should be built and controlled by this government. At least 51,000,000 prize money will be distributed among American sailors as a result of the war with Spain. More than one-half of this sum will be paid in accordance with that section of law providing for the payicent of a bounty for persons on board of ...

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. — 9 December 1898

-IT'S ONLY I tbc-bt Ejs;f iadec-d tcvr, So fast tl.e door so Crm tt look; Eut lo, he toddlis?, comes to lure Uy rarest ear wiiii timorous knock. Siy heart were ftoae cocl.1 it -witLstarid The sweetness of my babj's plea That tlinorcu.i. babj knocking anJ "Please let mo in ; it's only rue." I threw aiJe tte ciifLaiihed book. Eesardlt?-s of its tems-titj? cLcnns, And, opening wido the doer I t-jok 11 j lauLig darling in my arm?. TVho knoTi bat in etcmity I, like a truant cliilJ, shall wait The gloria of a life to be Beyond, the Heavenly Father's gate? And will the Heavenly Father heed The truant's sur-plicatiaff cry. As at the outer door I plead, -Tis, I, O Father, only I" Eugene Fi-vl J. HELD FOR ItOliliEKY. J. T. ilorrls Held For KobMnc the Ut.lted States Eipreti Office at Ahnena. J. T. Moiri?, who was arrested Tues day at Alrnen a, on a warrant sworn out by the United States Express company as the probable person who stole the $3,000 from the Rock Island depot at that place on Mond...

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. — 9 December 1898

a Point To Cet tho Cast Every TIma, Vhen , You Cuy Medicine. Health Is too Yalbla to be triSed with. Do not experiment. Get Hood's Sarsnpa rilla and you will have the best medicine inoaey can bay the medicine that cures when all ethers fail. You hare erery reason to expect it will do Xcr you what it has done" for others. Eeseniber Hood's Sarsaparilla Tj America's Greatest lledlc'.se. Price L Hood's Pil'3 r t-e favorite cathartic. HIS SPECIALTY. Aa Itinerant Vender of Ice In Chicago Who IId a. Pecul iar Cry. "It h qneer what devices men will resort to in order to sell their wares," said a well known man about town yesterday. "Adver tising is quite a science these days, but a friend cf mine from the South side tells a good yarn of an ice dealer. This dealer was one of those wanderers who have a few Pounds of ice in a spring wason and who cave no regular customers. They haunt the alleys on hot days bawling their wares after the 'regulars' have made their rounds. They pick up quite a fe...

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. — 16 December 1898

jC- ' a ,4B e- ill : 1 H t- f - ! s i - j i ' . VOL. XIII. COC5TT JkJTD CTTT OTTICUI. rXTTTV. OSXX PIPES FCBr.TISHT.D LX COUXTX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY.MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1893. NO. 17. AGAINST EXPANSION. W. J. Bryan Interviewed About Re cent Territorial Acquisitions. HE FAVORS RATIFYING THE TREATY. Americans Mait Dljiiifaish Between Ex paoglon la the Western Hemisphere and Eipo?loo la the Or'.ent Which. Brings Ua Alien It ice. Savannah, Ga., Dec. 14. CoL Wil liam J. Bryan, upon leaving his com mand yesterday, the Third Nebraska, gave the following interview: My reason for leaving the armv was set forth la my letter to the adju'.ant general tendering cay resignation. Now that the treaty of peace lias been conclude 1. I beii-ve that I can be more useful to my country as a civilian than a soldier. CoL Bryan then proceeded to the dis cussion of public questions, saying: The poo pi-; of the United State3 having res cued Cuba from foreign control, may now re sume the discussion of th...

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. — 16 December 1898

EUSEilVOIRS OX COTEUMIEM USD I KEMESHE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAP EH. J. fi. STEWART, - Publisher. TESIIS OF SUr;SCEIPTIOX. Ca; year 51 months lr months , , - Advertising-rates reasonable and iioeral dis counts civen oq extended contracts. .Entered at the Postufece at Goodlaad, KaaM for transmission tnroorn tba mails, as tecond elaas mail inatt-er. The past is the most cruel of all masters. A danger that is known is a guide post to safety. The artist who remarked "protect an industry and you create a trust" knew whereof he spoke. What an absurd thing it is to pass over all the valuable parts of a man, and fix our attention on his infirmities. The extra session rumors are prob ably without any foundation. An extra session always looks like taking advan tage of the unborn. Kansas has been haviDg some unpre cedented cold weather tbis winter, and the Ice crop will be harvested earlier in consequence. The report of the Kansas City (ilo.) agricultural commission on Pingree patch work show3 that ...

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. — 16 December 1898

-1. YVITEK MUilT. Ou, de sky it scowl aa da wind it prowl. An ia wind t&lx. back to de old Loot owL lIoh, tny ladj-gal, hcib. Let da snow dats driftin' froo de crack I3 what he'ps job dad n de rabbit's track ; An" he'll bring Lim Lome ia a coCTee gacit, Iluib, rny lady-gal, htLsh. A wamin' sotmds in de shiveria trees, nsh, cj lady-gal, hush. Iey whistles wheneTer it g-wiae to freeze. Ilnsii, my lady-jal, hush. Dat norf wind Litos when Le staLts to blow, Eut ef it freezes, dar's one Lz.? sho Xat ol roof aia gw. nter leak no mo, Euih, my lady-gal. hash. Seraember, chile, when yoa's big like me. Hush, my lady-gal. bush. Whet yoa looks fob. rcort you is gwiater see, Hcsh, ray lady-gal, Lch. Yoa kin n' de stickers beneaf de rose, Or pass 'em if yoa only knows Dat dab's comfort even in fronts an snows. Ilosh, my lady-gah hash. Washington Evening Star. SEQCEL TO A PRAIRIE FIRE. XlachiDen:Tni Erin? Action Against the Union I'iclfic KaIlod. A destructive prairie fire was set by aa engine...

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. — 16 December 1898

i. Dirtingfrc-aore rcist to another, stLT and ir;-? are characteristics cf rbeainatisra. All tbssa painful symptom are cured tj Hood's Sars&parL'la which purifes the blood and neutralizes the acid vrJch U the cause cf rheumatism. Why continue to rZzr Trhea yoa rxay be relieved fcy Aaaerica's Greatest Mefilclse. Price tl. Prepared ry C. I Hood A Co.. Lowell, Mass. Hood's P'i'3 cure U Liver Lis. 5cccTj A CHEESY BLUFF. Tie SIoaGmeatal Gall of & Serry 2Xaji G&lni far Him Bli DICl ealt End. A local banter cf a small Iowa town was caiied suddenly to a iarzer town at consid- erabie of a distacce to intercept his eicpieg cauzhter. who had been Tisiticz there, in order to get there that day he would have to cbane cars at Des Glomes and the tram that connected with the Des Moines train left earlier in the day. Consulting his time table, he learneu that the tram he wou.d be obliged to board reached Des Moines just 15 minutes after the train for B , his destination, puiied out. Reme...

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. — 23 December 1898

f "jn VN n i lie VOL. XIII. conrrr ajto cttt otttciai, tattt. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY.MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 189S. NO. 18. - : WOUIJD like to have the Christmas time I remember now so well; So many things for gotten that would be a joy to tell; Not & gathrla la a meeting house with a faded Christmas tree Such things are com mon now-a-adays. .1 r.. a v. ; v but didn't used to be Where tie parson and his family, all for Sunday meeting drest. Of the presents hung upon It always have the tr.ost and best! Where the little ragged urchin, with h! ic clad In regret, Caa look wiA wlde-ey-id wonder at the things he'll never get! There were no velvet cushions on our nineteenth century chairs; Io fine and padded tapestry where we knelt to say our prayers; INo costly paintings on the walls that sont- 4-OW fclways stay. Hn a. cart of mocklnjj elegance when the quests have gone away. J gaslight throwing diamonds in your eye3 at every turn. Nor frappe from the punch bowl, tea from costly silver...

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. — 23 December 1898

Sooblanb Republic i OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, Publil:er. TEH MS OF SUB5CF.IPTION. 02 year V ix moEitixs Tree months , AdTertiia rates reasonable and liberal ais connu given ca extemiel contract. Watered at tbe Postolfcee at Oo-xiland. Kan., for transmission throujrii tbe maiis, as second ei&si mail matter. Secretary Cobtxra'i Eeport- "Kansas ia a corn orchard parked with grasses. Nowhere else do corn and grass grow in greater opulence. In such a region, with sach an environment, the hog and his colleague, the beef steer, are twin alchemists who transmute these balkier products into gold and silver, wherewith to bay better homes, added lands, luxury, and leisure. In Kansas the steer and the ho fiad their El Dorado their favored zone and are debt-payers, mortgage-removers, and promoters of progress." F. D. Coburu. This little poem in prose appears on one side of a neat card which Secretary Coburn of the state board of agricul ture, has issued. Oa the same side is a pi...

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. — 23 December 1898

APPOINTED TO A CLERKSHIP. TU S. Knljtit Gori to loptka to Fill a Posi llon in OSce of Secretary of State. H S. Knight left ilcmday night for Topeka to take a position ander George A. Clark, secretary of state-elect. ilr. Knight has resided in Sherman county almost from its ear'iest settle ment and has always been a trusty wheelhorse of the republican party. His efforts, more than any other man's, '-were responsible for the republican victory in this county at the late elec tion, and his appointment is but a just "reward for his labors. Mr. Knight is a lawyer by profession, a graduate of Ann Arbor and the Uni rersity of Wisconsin, and is competent to fill the responsible position for which he has been chosen. lie at one time held the chief clerkship in the WaKeeney land office and has also .filled other public positions. While The Republic and Mr. Knight have differed politically, this paper is none the less pleased to hear of his preferrment and wishes him the best of success in his...

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. — 23 December 1898

VTaitS O!! a r-net; la. op 5t nhnc'.l An nr- Yir.t is taa t oniy wnea te Btomacu is in a tcz.es azl strengthens th.9 stomach tbat It ---i oca easuy ana natara-y ar.a uiea Mood's Sarscpririlla Xj America's Greatest Medicine. Price IL Hood's Pills cure LiTer Ills. 5 cents. A WISE HERO. lie Wasted tie MaEiiine Rtrbts Be fore He Did Any Chmrg-iar ob tbe Line raj-. "No," declared th; captain, "I positively decline to lead ray ornDany up teat hill." "blr," exclairnea the colonel, "do you knoTr that what you are saying is rank in- surord mation r "Call it insubordination or "what yoa will," the Cijtain returned, "hut I reluse to CO." The colonel was furious. The company that he had detached for the purpose cf stonring the hill and capturing tLe fort cn top c it was the only one tnat cou.d . hi pared, and unless his wans as ar ranged were executed the whole cam paign wou.d fail. .ot only that, but his little army would in all probability be cut c3 from the main body and wiped out of existen...

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. — 30 December 1898

i lit! V..v V . y VOL. XIII. CG'JJTg JLTTO CT7T CTTTITtT. ?' CaL7 PAXt L'iLI ' TTT.'' A. 4 Ci, 300DLAND, KANSAS, FKIDAY, MORNING, DECEMBER 3Q, 1803. MRILL IS DEAD. :hs Senior United States Senator Succumbs to Pneumonia. SALIE3I FEATURES OF EIS EECORD. Soaator Urrllt Waa th Aatbor of tta TarilT of 1861 and the rather of the Scheme for Congressional Library Build In r- "Washington, Dec 3. Jnstia S. Mor rill, the senior United States senator xrom ermcnt, died at 1.-20 o'clock this morning ia the eighty-ninth year of Lis age, after an illness of less than a week. The senator never recovered irom the unconscious state into which lie lapsed early in the day and his death was calm and peaceful. The immediate cause of death was nneu- monia, which developed from an at tach oi grip contracted about a week aero. The veneraole senator was con fined to his home but seven days. De spite his advanced age, he attended to SENATOR JUSTIS 8. MOKRILX- his senatorial duties faithfully and regularly went...

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. — 30 December 1898

JooDlaublAepublic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, - - - PcMisher. TESMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oa? year Six months f Tsr?e moDths , , . Advertising rates reasonable and LiDerai dis counts jriTea oa extended contracts. Entered at toe Postofece at Goodland. Kan-, for transmission through the mails, as second cLass mail matter. TEE TEAS. Before another issue of The Repub lic Eighteen Hundred and Ninety Eight will have yielded to the increments of the past, bequeathing to the world me morable chronicles of history. While every recurring year seems to inflict a diversity of fortune upon nations as well &3 individuals, our country is just passing a golden mile stone with an en tablature resplendent with the achieve ments of a grateful and God-fearing people. The Spanish-American war is sug gestive of the Revolutionary war, the War of 1512, and the Civil war, in this respect, that all of them were waged either directly or indirectly to obliter ate unnatural inequalities existing be tw...

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. — 30 December 1898

JORX AX-HOPKINS. Well Known Tonus People Married in Denver Entertained by S. S. Bernard. The Colorado Sprirjgs Gazette gives the following account of the marriage cf John 21. Jordan, for a number of years a citizen and business man of Goodiand: ilr. John M. Jordan and Miss Delia Hopkins were married yesterday morn ing in Denver. Later they returned to Colorado Springs and were tendered a wedding dinner at the home of S. S. Bernard, on Xorth Weber street. A large number of their friends were present and a most enjoyable evening wa3 spent. Mr. Jordan is employed in the ofSce of Mr. Bernard and is among the pop ular young business men of Colorado Springs. He has the best wishes of his very large circle of friends in his new life. Miss Hopkins is from BloomSeld, but has been in Colorado Springs for some little time. While here she has made a great many friends and all are wishing her the best of happiness for the future. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan wiH reside per manently in this city, at 112 S...

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. — 30 December 1898

Zi cause--! t j in l'.. 3 blscL IIoo- SiirsiparUIi csuirIzis tU acil and crts tie. actes aaa piins. lo cot suer n io-rer when a rfimeir ii re Tair tte great rn&iicine which has cured so man otters, and you 11:37 ccnfleailj expect it gx o Tvu i-i rcusi yen so muca cesira. psrilla Vaw ns t An;;:oi GreaKst Med'elaa Price ti. Prepared by C. I IZool & Co.. Lowell, Miss. Mood'8 PIIJs e"8 sic' headacbe. 25 cent. A SURPRISE PARTY. Zt Cam to a. 2Z.rn.tt Wbo Used to Stale XXiauelX Solid vrltU the Walters. "Dro'RTi bad received a setback tbat he .irill not recover from for some time," said Dodson, as he sipped his coSee. I honest ly believe that he has corrupted every decent waiter in the city by his outlandish system 01 overtipping, making it almost im possible for a mcKiest tipper to get any serv ice at HI. "lie had a habit of startic-g with the head waiter, and tipping them ail down the line. I don't know whether he had ever tipped the dishwashers or not, but I have my suspi cion th...

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. — 6 January 1899

VOL. XIII. COCKTT XJTO CTTT OmCUL T1TT. OSiT FAP2 FUBMnHU) E COL-kT GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAYS! ORNING, JANUARY 6, 1899, NO. 20. TROUBLE AT ILOILO. It May Ee Traced Directly Back to a Spanish General. THE FILIPIXO PARLIASE5T TO HEEL 1 A Great Deal of Interest Felt In Regard to It The Filipino KebeU Drill at Hollo , In Fall View of American Troop Aa-yU Washington, Jan. 4. Gen. Otis, com manding at Manila, Las cabled the war department that in his opinion Gen. Miller has the situation well in hand at Iloilo and that he fully under stands the purpose of the president not to crowd the insurgents unduly. It is highly desirable that a hostile collision between the American forces and the insurgents be avoided at all hazards, at least pending the ratification of the peace treaty, and as Gen. Miller under stands now this purpose on the part of the president, he will be guided by it and may be relied upon to resort to force only under absolute compulsion. The oflicials here are now fully sat ...

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. — 6 January 1899

iiano aepUDiie. FTICIAL COUNTY PAPER. CTZTTAIiT, Ti-E.ii 5 OF SUESCBIPTIOS. .. $1 no 25 y?:r f s xsonths AiT?r:i..?ia? rates r?asv-.ar,Ie and liberal dis kivu on eztecded contracts. I.r.iered &t tne Fostoihce at GrOodlassd. KaiL, for irirjro;ssioa taroua the maiis, a-s second .&si mail nxatter. - The returns indicate that the man who thinks Santa Claas is a barren myth ia overwhelmingly defeated. Adilral Dewey says there is need of statesmen in the Philippines. Nothing is eVii about the size of the salary. - .The war department's embalmed beef ehouli teooi eating by now if the rca-.tin;: Gen. Miles has given it would inaJce it such. Music was h-iard for the first time in the senate chamber when a male quar tette &a.us at the funeral of the late Senator MorrilL On hundred dentists are to be com missioned as first lieutenants in the array. They will undoubtedly be very thorough drillers. A yreat deal of speculation is being indulged in as to whether New York or Chicago wil...

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. — 6 January 1899

no yov:; ru;sx. ?'-7 zci cvili a:-'--rd yc-a (Jsa ret b overe ; Lt not the sijrht cos foetid yoa; L;t cot your voica b cnmb. S- bow tLe brave Lave f-cattere-i Hocks that have barred their way; Darkce-s by l:Lt is scattered, iznt all absorbed by day. . Say not an euort sin::!- La but of little wortii ; Drps with others rouble Water the thirsty earth. Let each bat do his duty. FUrhtinz aainit the wronir. Iert8 will gmile -with beauty, . Mo&ntaios resound witii soag. A. J. FoxwelL SNAP SIlOTS. And Castellanos wept. Xew Year's call3 are oat of date. The swearoffs have swornon already. Norton's telephone exchange is in operation. The railroads pay 20 per cent of the state taxes cf Kansas. Dame Fashion has nodded her head and th petticoat must go. The lay of the helpful Kansas hen is now worth two bits per dozen. Sooteh whisky is to be cheaper, which bringeth joy to the lover of the "hot drinks." Boston has come to the rescue. It is Eel-o-eel-o (Iloilo) in the island of Pari sh (Panay...

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. — 6 January 1899

It ill do you to t-alie Ilooi's Sarsa-arilLa Is tejoni estimation. It will give yoa vrarca, rlci, nourishing blood, strengthen jo'cx nerres, tDne your stoscach, create ca appe tite, and make you feel better in every way. It Is a wonderful invijrorator of the system End ward3 off colis, fevers, pneumonia &ad tt-3 grip. The best winter rned:cine ia ti Barilla i Sold by all dealers la medicine. Price 81. HoocTa PHia cure biliousness, iuulestiou. Taklii- liiby to See Grandma. JobD, are you sure von have the extra bottles?" "Yea, my dear. You have the can of milk all right?" "Oh, yes. You didn't forget the ex tra wraps, did you?" "No; here they are." "Xor the extra linen?" '2o, indeed. You have the ba with the toilet things, haven't you?" "Yes,'dear. Oh, John, won't mother be pleased! You are positive vou have the bottles?" "Yes, yes, my dear. Also the wraps and linen." "And I have the milk and toilet things." "Well, I guess we're all here, then. And here's our train. Hasn't the litt...

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. — 13 January 1899

s ( VOL. XIII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1899. NO. 21. OXLI FXPES t CBl.TSUf.I) Ef COiTXf. MR. MASON'S SPEECH The Illinois Statesman Delivers a Iiotable Speech in the Senate. AGAI5ST E0LDI5G THE PHILIFPI5ES. a umiuiiM Agreed to In tbe Debate on the Skrtto Canal Hill Alaskan BUI Nearly Completed bj tbe House. Washington, Jan. 11. Senator Ma son, of Illinois, occupied the attention oi tne senate for nearly hoars yes feerday with a speech in support of his resolution declaring that the United States will never attempt to crovern the people of any country without their consent. In many respects the speech was one of the most notable utterances in the senate thus far this session. Several times spontaneous applause swept over the galleries, but, under the stringent rules of the senate. it was quelled quickly. It was several tninntes after the conclusion of the speech before tbe senate could proceed "with its business on account of the confusion incident to the congra...

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