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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 January 1899

JooblanblRepubltc OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. n. STEWAUT, Pnfcliiber. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oaa year $1 CO :--,x caonths 51 Tnree months 3 A-iTertUiiL? rats reasonable and liberal dia eoanta (riTen 03 contracts. Kntered at the Postofece at Go-iland, Kaa for transmission throupa the mail, as second e i&sa mail matter. is co urs g urn oitcccing ggtessos. It 13 now Gov. Stanley. The verdict of the majority at the polls in Novem ber was ratified by the inaug-jral cere monies at Topeka on Monday. For Got. Stanley his troubles have jabt commenced and his last reliance must be upon himself. Honestly following out his policy as outlined by himself the people will forgive much, but it is idle to deny that the next two years will be critical in Mr. Stanley's career. Heretofore as a private citizen he coald criticize which is comparatively easy to do; now he mut act, a great deal more difficult and not without dangers. It is with the good wishes of the people throughout the state that Got. ...

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. — 13 January 1899

r e ' .. t- : t -n--- to I'rov;c:l ATajs. I tLe CIt.. :.ZZS. c:tjcf Gocilasi had s -f-j Elder ICZL Elliott to rank as a city cf eearca c a pwraii. A i his rone e-t in fk-ient perhaps fcr a reversal to its I rner condition that of a third ci ::. ;,-r.t ror-u.aticn the tecon J class, arid a petition haying j tea tli by the leaver and coanci nencf this city ia the ctfice cf the tecrfctary cf state certifying that Good land had attained a population ex ceedics 2,X, Gov. L. 1- LewelliEg issued a proclamation creating our mu nicipality a city of the second class, and as such its citizens have enjoyed superior advantages since that time. It is true, however, that there Las Lsn a decrease ia the population, saf- ior- Lass eitv. but our popular loss is only tern fi -it 9 r.-,lanrl Kara recent V irieQaa. taken advantage of this opportunity, and attempted to lower the dimity of our reputable town by seeking a repeal of the proclamation; and the reason for so doing is absolutely gioundless, eve...

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. — 13 January 1899

-: CMjrrs3!!sm f.lako Countless Thousands Suff&r. tLia diseasa Is cured ty Hoo'a Sir sirllj, -wbicb centralizes tl:e acii La tha i:ci. If you have anj symptoms of rLeunalisra taia Hood's SarsapariiJa at ece and do cot rrste time and money on ti:owa preparations. The merit of U:od's S-irsaparlila is unquestioned aziiti reccrd cf cures unequalled. food's Garsaparilla Xs America's Greatest Medicine for rhecmatism. Hood's PIV.S cure all liver Uli. Ccents. rool Want to Bo a "Kllc" V"henever I contemplate dyiD, sad the incurably frivolous woman. 'I bare a tbrill of anticipatory satis faction at the thought of what people woald say about me. Bat there's just oae thing' that I don t want said m the obituary notice. I don't want to be called 'the relict of the late Mr. What not. I was g-oing out on a Capitol hill car day before yesterday and we passed a house where there was crape oa the door. 'Somebody must be dead, said a wonderfully sagacious woman in front of me. " 'Ch-huh,' said the...

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. — 20 January 1899

I a VOL. XIII. COUST1 AXT CTTT OTTTCIXI. TXTTrr, GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRtDAY.MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1899. NO. 22. vy C'Cv y i TTTn r t it i t iTnonnr iliii bUML iilMdUlUi Tie Senate Devotes Almost the En tire Day to the Bill. THE 5AYY FERS033EL BILL PASSED. Tbm Qrase A;ree on the Measure Without Vision Resolution for Discharging Volunteers Greater American Exposition at Omaha. Washington, Jan- IS. Almost the entire session of the senate yesterday was devoted to consideration of the pending Nicaragua canal bill. Speeches were made in support of the measure 'by Senator Chilton, of Texas, and Sen ator Tamer, of Washington, and in opposition to it by cnator Spooner, -of Wisconsin. At ttiree o'clock con sideration of the "bill under the 15 minute rule wy.s begun and was con tinued to the r.'lose of the session. At the opening of the session of the sen ate Senator Davis, chairman of the committee on foreign relations, gave notice t nat the next morning-, immedi ately upon the conclusion of rou...

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. — 20 January 1899

eo&lhnb ftepuBIfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEF J. II. STEWAUT, ... PnUisher. One rear Six months - V Three months Advertising rates reasonable ana liberal cxa-co'Jiit-s given a extends! contracts. Fntered at tbe Poetotac at Goodlafid. Ran-, for transmission thro turn the mails, aa second eiass inaii matter. The bribery stage La3 been reached ia the California senatorial contest. The contest for election as United States senator from several states goes merrily on. The paper trust is satisfied that peo ple should pay more lor tneir staiion ery, so up goes the price. Congressman Charles II. Grosrenor is to be the next repaoncan governo of Ohio, so says Mark Hanna. Francis M. Cockrell has been elected to succeed himself as United States senator from Missouri for the next sLx years. Tt i Drobablv not true that the Te nesse legislature took a recess upon the report that the railroad lobby had just received eJU,uuu. The corporations of Kansa3, backed by the republican state administration, ...

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. — 20 January 1899

EAILF.OAD M:W5. cha White, an In ma to la tlis Coast; Jail Liberates Himl John White, a prisoner in the" county jail awaiticg trial on the charge cf grand larceny, made his escape Wed nesday and has net been captured at this tine. The ether two prisoners would probably have gotten away, too, had it not beMt for the gun club hold in? a shoot back of the jail early in the afternoon. White escaped between 12 and one o'clock at noon. During the day the prisoners are not locked in the cell, and they are permitted to lounge around the corriders, as they also have to keep their own fire going. The only cell is too small to keep thezn in all day. White secured an iron from one of the bed3 in the cell and twisted the iron bars off the window in the front door leading into the sheriff's efflce, which made plenty of room for him to crawl through, lie wa3 then in the sheriff's office and he only had to raise a window and walk out a free man. His pardner, A. J. Murphy, and Peter Orth, who i3 hel...

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. — 20 January 1899

WJ 2 2 W Cc crsl-j lirozja the vci3, feeds, nourishes &r.d stLitaics ail the organs, terras, muscles til tissues cf tte body. Hood's Sars3pa rCii cakes wara, rich, pure blood. It is it a best medicine yea can take ia winter. Ii tones, invigorates, strengthens and forti fies the whole body, preventing colds, feTers, pneumonia and tie (rrip. w narina Ii America's Greatest Medicine. Price L Prepared UC L Hood & Co . Lowell. Mass. Hood's PiilS enre Sir.i Headache. 25c A Better Thin sr. "No, iah, it "wasn't no fault cf mine dat I quit rnr.nin' a ileepia' can," explained the ei-pcrter when asked how he came to Icse bii job. "Dey jest went to work and made a r-: stake." "What sort cf a mistake?" "Why, one day when I got my silk tat and dimun pin ar.d lavender trousers cn to go into Chicszo in good style dey took me fur de president cf the road, and de presi dent due cot jealous about it and bounced me c5- Keckon it was a good thing fur me, thoc?h." "You hit another job?" "I did. sa...

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. — 27 January 1899

GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAYtMORNING, JANUARY 27, 1899. NO. 23. EXPANSION POLICY. Senators Lodge and Clay Deliver Two Notable Speech.es. EQUSS- CC5SIDEES TEE AR1IT BILL, A" frwooent to Limit tha Debate Practi cal! Thre-e Proportions lie Tore the Home A Mrht Session on the Measure. Washington, Jan- 25. Two notable speeches were delivered ia the senate yesterday, one by Senator Lodge, of Massachusetts, and the other by Sen ator Clay, of Georgia. While the two senators differed diametrically as to the policy of expansion, upon which they dwelt, both are in favor of theirn mediate ratification of the impending peace treaty. They contend that once the treaty is ratified, congress will have full power to deal with conditions respecting the territory acquired dur ing the war with Spain and not before. Senator Lodge particularly argued for a formal declaration of peace. which could be had only by the ratifi cation of the treatv. That accom plished he was willing to trust the American congress a...

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. — 27 January 1899

oblanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. 3. II. STEWART, - - - Tnt-lisher. TESiiS OF SCBSCEIPTION. C:s year r-.s Eiocths. SI 00 ; w Tie monltis -- ,.J A iTerrisic? rates reasonable ana boeral dis counts eiTeu oa extende-i contract. Entered at tee Posto&ce at Gooilana, Kan., for transmission t'nroura tne mails, as second eiass mail matter. This is the time cf year that the knockers assemble at Topeka. The trusts have made a start toward the ultimate control of Cuba. The Missouri legislature proposes to cut down railroad fare in that state from three to two cents per mile. William M. Stewart has been elected United States senator from Nevada, makirg his fifth consecutive term. Godard seems determined to make a3 bad a mess out of the attorney gen eral's office as he did with the manage ment of the defense in the Collins case. Kansas is to enter the field for part of the divorce trade in which Dakota &nd Oklahoma have a corner on the markot. A bill has been introduced in the legis...

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. — 27 January 1899

is .zaz.ij cii ici.ro. Il.e G. A. XV. li. C- and S. of T. Hold a Joint Installation- The Grand Army cf Republic, Wom en 3 lelief Corps and bonsof eteraos craclzatious of Goodland hell joipt installation of officers at tbe lodge room Saturday evening. . A literary programme together ith good music was a pleasing feature of the enter tainment. At the conclusion of the installing ceremonies the Relief Corps served luncheon. The installing ef the post officers cams first on the programme. Install ing oSeer, J. D. Wareing and officer of th day, William Hogeboom, were in charge. Although the silver locks of ths boys show that they are growing old, they did their work well, and were jost a3 ready to obey as when they were putting down the rebllion. The following are the ofiicers: li. D. Cuth bertson, commander; John Bray, sen ior vice commander; John Trent, jun ior vice commander; Sam Fry, adjut ant; G. H. Woodard, chaplain; Wallace FUer, quartermaster: P. S. Darling, of ficer of the day; ...

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. — 27 January 1899

Crs Ycur Fac9 13 There to Warn ' You cf Impure Clood. FLufzl consequences may followa neglect cf tli3 vrarcic. Take Hood's Sarsapcirilla and it will purify your blood, care all turrors and eruptions, and make you feel tetter in every way. It vrill warm, nour ish, strengthen and invigorate your whole tody and prevent serious illness. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is America's Greatest Medicine. Price II. Hood's Pills curs aU IJvtr Ills. 25 cents. A DIFFICULT CASE. It Was One That the neat SLJT1 of Physicians Could Tfot Cope With. -' "Curioas case! Curious case!" exclaimed ft Detroit physician who U o!d enough to have encountered all sorts cf experiences in a professional wav. "Anything in the line cf surgery ?" askei tne younger doctor who had been addressed. P insomnia; one of the most diicu;; rcaladies with which we have to deal. Very interesting yours lady. Very inter esting, indeed. .Nervous organism entirely too sensitive, however, and apparently proof as Rst the remedies prescribed in 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. — 3 February 1899

VOL. XIII. GOODLAND,-KANSAS, FRIDAYIMORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1899 NO. 21, OJTLI PIPES PCBLIiHEfl US COtSXS. ARMY BILL PASSED. Tiis Ueasnre to Increass the Aray Gets Through the House. SPEECHES 15 SE5ATE 05 EXPA5SI05 Tbe Entire Mom In c Hoar Taken Cp In DU- nilot the Policy to Be, PartOMt la tbe Philippine Ilan1 No Ac tion on Beaolatlons. Washington, Feb. L The bill to re organize and increase the standing army to about 100,000 men. but giving the president authority to reduce the size of infantry companies and cavalry troops to 63 men each, thus fixing a minimum of about 53,000 enlisted men, passed the house yesterday .by a vote of 153 to 123. This was tbe result of a week of hard and often picturesque fighting' oa the floor, during the pro gress of tvhich the opposition' com pelled those in charge of the measure to give this discretionary authority to the president and to make other modifications, among which were a reduction of 331 in the number of staff onisers. In consequence of 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. — 3 February 1899

Geoblanb Republic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. j. n. sTiivf a;;t, rcblislier. TLIIo OF SCLSCSIPTION. ar $1 co ! li'i i F '.i:iV.3 end liberal dis- .l ror.'rs.rtj. o-ixc? at "io.ilaBd, Kan., .:ro ja tie rnai.3, as second T" mot'n- eo-a-t iwa H-ilorA at ' for trEjm..- Orsr soldiers ara enroate to II a nil. Th Misoari lsgialator h&s nan barad tha di73 of the Insar&nca corn bin la that state. Th Kansas Citj, Kan., preachers fcava in an curate-:! i war on the saloons and ganbiiEg hou3es. An lea trust Las bean formad in the Lit with a coital of GO,'XX?,G0O. A fc&rd crowd to th-v out. Got. Btan!e'd appointments of late bewilder tLa oil politicians, bein made up mtlr of unknowns. A company with a capital of 25,000,000 ha bean f jrciel to operate street rail way ia the city of Havana and else where La Cuba. Tha cztr'i disarmament plan may be ail richt, but wtat woaid disarmed civilization do pitted against armed barbariiia. A Wisconsin court has decided that it i uiL.Uujhter to fill 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. — 3 February 1899

h T.X1. - local a; " See B. F. Brown for insnrane-s. Acre property for sals. T.P. Leonard. The Lenten fceasoa conasnces Feb- Sbow Stcrm I"olitTT-d liy Zero 'Weather j Mercttry Ilt-sjiter 14 litlow. j The present coM wave is the coldest j "oldest inhabitant" in this section of j , , . 0 ... Kansas. Saturday the weather looked j Buy your coal cf Wheatley a oco.t 3 blizzardly and a raw wind was Llov.ins? stand. accompanied by a lipLt squall. Sunday j Smoky row contributed her monthly the weather was real warm until tveu- i hue Wednesday. ins when the north winds tarted opera- ine Cha. W. Fuller houses for sale, tions and the heaviest mio ot the sea- o&e Thos. P. Lsonard. son fell that night. Tuesday morning i orDl r:na ,nm- fn rnt. In TTnion tel. C. M. ililllsack. H. F. Wheatley keeps all kinds cf hut night. Tuesday morning was the coide-t day, the thermometer ! ote registering i ui' For persistency of biting, stinging cold the past week stands unparalleled for this winter. The tra...

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. — 3 February 1899

nap: Jckly restores the a j p Le, rej-i-te lis tcrt, Titil'es tha fclcoi, cure tlos-a l'irp paiii, dizziness, teary Lead, that tirtl fseExg. Eood'a Sarsapariiia has mar poer to expel all poisonous disease jnmi from the blood, and overcome the extreni weakness which ia cue of the pecul iar ejects of the grt?. Get onlj Mood's Garcapariila America's Greatest ITedlcice for ths grip. Hood's PUIS cure all Liver 12a. 25 cents, It err aril for Honesty. la. a rr. Tillage just outside Nottir? Lun a farm laborer went to the general tore, whica was kept by an eld woman not crerstocked with brains, and asked for "a pilind o' bacon." The old lady produced the bacon and cut a piece off, but could not nd the pound weight. "Oh, never mind t' pahnd weight," said he; "me fist just weighs a pahnd, so put ther bacon in t' scales.'' lhe woman confidently placed the bacon into one side of the scales, while the man put his fist into the other side, and cf course took good care to have good weight. While 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. — 10 February 1899

V AN n i V VOL. XIII, rorKTT AKT CTTT OTTICUl TXTJT", OST.T FAPiLB rCSLUHD 19 COWi GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAYiMORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 18S9. NO. 25. UC yT T X. n V MANY REBELS SLAIX. Aguinaldo's Forces Attack the American Amy at Uanila. Oir Tolantceri Proved rhemuirN Superb Fighters iad the Ia(arcnU Wen 1 er lblv Repulsed, with Z.OOO Killed mad 3.50O IVoooded. Manila, Feb. 7. Careful estimates place the Filipino losses up to date at 2,000 dead, 3,500 wounded and 5,000 taken prisoners. The rebel forces have been driven back ten miles. Dur ing the fighting the United States war shi ps shelled a train loaded with in surgents. Owing to the area embraced in the scene of Saturday night's and Sunday's engagement, a cemi-circle of fully 17 miles, details regarding fight ing have been extremely difficult to obtain. So far as can be gathered, the brush commenced at 5:45 on Saturday evening, by the firing of a Nebraska sentry at Santa Mesa upon Filipinos who were deliberately crossing the line, aft...

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. — 10 February 1899

0oobImiblRcpubIic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEYTAET, - - PoMislier. TEEilS OF SUBSCRIPTION". One rear.. CO Six months - -- Three months --- v:v" i j AdTertiiin rates reasonable and liberal ai eonnta iven on extended contracts. Entered at the PostolSee at Goodland. Kan., for transmission throujrn tfce mails, aa second c lass mail matter. THE DECLINE OF FSOTECTION. Andrew Carnegie, the greatest iron and steel manufacturer in the United States, if not in the world, said, in a re cent interview with a New York Son reporter: We do not need protection now in some lines of manufactory notably in mine, iron and steel. Aa long as we needed protection I was an ad- Tocata of it. Now that we don t need it, 1 say, taVe the duties off iron and steel, and any other lines that do not need protection. This is a notable declaration, not be cause Andrew Carnegie's opinions on public questions are of special value, but because it reflects the great change that is taking place in this country on t...

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. — 10 February 1899

ri',A.a I.OIUXSOX DEAD. A Fall Upon the Ice' Results In Injuries Which Pro Fatal. Frank Robinson, a former resident of this city, died at Caba, Kan., at 4 o'clock, p. a., Tuesday, February S, of concussion of the brain. Frota the meaner details contained in a letter to C. F. Weber it is learned that while skating Sunday he fell heavily upon the ice, breaking one legj and receiving an injary to the brain j which caused his death. For eight years he was the manager j for the Chicago Lumber company at this point and enjoyed an acquaint-1 anee and friendship with almost every i person that ever resided in the county. While he had a few enemie?,his friends j were legion, and the world will seem more empty to the many who knew and ; understood the rugged, upright charac-; ter and endearing qualities possessed ! by their now dead friend. The worst j that could be said of Frank Robinson j is that the world would be better if I inhabited by more like him. j The deceased was about 33 years of...

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. — 10 February 1899

True Greatness In Medicine Is prored by the health ol the pecple who have take a It. More people havs been made well, more cases of dis ease and sickness have been cured by Hood's Sarsaparilia than by any , other medicine la the world. The V peculiar combination, proportion and S rocess la its preparation make k Eood'a Sarsaparilla peculiar to itself B asd unequaled by any other. 1 REDUCTION TO THE TRADE. Tie Fraternal Feelloff of a. Eou Fainter for -a Artist Patron. There is a saying that two of a trade can never agree, but there is reason to believe that there is more fraternity of interest than is generally supposed. An instance to prove this theory is iound in the case of an artist in the suburbs who had the front of his cottage painted last week. It wasn't much of a job, but it was done very well, and the painter was told to bring in his bill. Three days later the man of the house was told that the painter wanted to see Lim. "Tell him to leave the bill and I'll send him a check...

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. — 17 February 1899

--o, ; i f f 1 ' T I M ill! O VOL. XIII. COCJTI A2CO CTTT OITirui GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY.MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1899. NO. 20. KANSAS NEWS OF EECE3JT DATE. It W a Glorioa Charcr. All the world has read of the bril liant fighting of companies B, C and I, cf the Twentieth Kansas volunteers, near Manila on the evening of Febru ary 7. Under CoL Frederick Funston they charged a body of Filipinos at Caloocan, drivings the enemy like chaff and penetrating the very heart of Caloocan. Lieut. Alford, of Lawrence, who led his company, and Private Charles Pratt, a young farmer from FREDERICK FCXSTON", OF IOLA. (Colonel of the Twentieth Kansas.) near Salina, were killeJ and Jay Shel don, Daniel Hewitt, Ernest Fritz, Raymond Clark, EJward Ziebel, John Gillilan. William A. McGraw, Charles A. Kelson, George M. Battersley, Wil liam Nelson, Daniel Carway and Charles Hammond wounded. The Kansans left 3 dead Filipino in the brush and many more were wounded. XSMl Appropriate Ovr 83,000,000. When the pre...

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