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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 26 May 1899

n ; v ii i tr c 1 1 n J n y it n , , conn no tin official taper. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY; MORNING, MAY 26, 1899. VOL. XIII. NO. 40. vy 0 KANSAS NEWS For the Destitute Insane. The last legislature appropriated about 5250,000 for maintenance of the destitute insane. Only 5160,000 will be paid out by the state-treasurer on this account, however, as delinquent taxes will be deducted from the amounts claimed. The following- table shows the amount appropriated for each coun ty on the list for the maintenance of destitute insane, the amount of delin quent taxes and the amount payable in cash: C 3 Counties. ". -. in . 3 " ; Anderson Atchison Barber Bourbon Brown Chase Chautauqua Clay Cloud Corey Cowley Crawford Decatur Dickin-son Doniphan Douglas Elk Ellsworth Finney Franklin. Geary Gray Greenwood Hamilton Harper Hodi'eman Jackson. Jefferson. Jewell Jchnson. KJnzrcan Labette Leavenworth. . Lincoln Linn Lyon Marion Marshall. McPherson Miami Mitchell Montgomery ... Morris Nemeha Neosho Norto...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 26 May 1899

5oobIanb IRepublic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER! J. II. STEWART, - Pnolisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. $1 00 50 One year Six moDths. Three months...... -" WCL" i a;. Aivirtisine rate reasonable and liberal His- 25 couata given on extended contracts. Entered at tbe PoetofSce at Goodland, Ran.. for transmission through tbe mail, aa second e lass mail matter. FEIDAY, MAY 26, H99. The everlasting Missouri legislature has finally adjourned. Alger never overlooks tunity to make himself with everybody. hq oDpor unpopular Daring his great unmasking act,. Peffer could have truthfully said that it is for the good of the populist party Joplin zinc and lead bids fair to out class the Klondike and Colorado gold mining camps. It is now said that Aguinaldo lives as much in fear of the commanding gen erals nnder him as the American troops. The next thing in order will be that he is afraid to surrender. It has become necessary to stamp Kansas warrants once more "Not paid for want of funds." The excuse for th...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 26 May 1899

SENT A BULLET IX HEAD- PERSOXAL J. jl. Ell 1 4, Despondent Over a Love Affair. Attempts Self Destruction. J. M. Ellis, a recently discharged private of the Third Nebraska volun teers, made a fruitless attempt on his life yesterday by sbootinj? himself ia the head with a Cf2-calibre revolver. The bullet entered just above the right temple and after shattering his skull came out about one and one-half inches above the point of entry. Although the wound is a serious one, Ellis will recover. lie was seen Kointr northeast about nine o'clock yesterday morning and returned an hour later with the bullet hole ia his head, evidently in tending to die out on the prairie, but the one cartridge he had failed to do the work. Despondency over a love affair was the direct cause of his attempt at self destruction. County Physician Far row dressed the wound, and a1 Ellis is without money he was given lodgings in the county jail. J. D. Ellis of River ton, Neb., an uncle of the would-be suicide, has be...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 26 May 1899

In'Jik of hzsz But Work On." If year Blood is impare yea may 44work on" Bat yea cannot even 4 4 think of esse, ' The Blood is the greatest sas tzbier of the Body and zvhea yea make it pare By taking Hood9 s Sarsajparilla yoa have the perfect health in ivhich even hard zuork Becomes ease Mi 'IH 111 i mm i Bynd-t pr.it eire l!Trirn; the coo-trritaacgapa eo:y tthm.e U rjii with HoodT"fers.pariilC AN EVEIT EXCHANGE. Tie Fortanate Outcome of a Bask 2Zesien ger's Ileart-Brealtlos Slander. "I was carryirg ?10O,0OO worth of govern ment coupon beeda from. Washington to Cleveland," t&id the bank messenger, "and the wisest thief couldn't have told whether I had bonds or old clothes in the satchel. How the change was effected I could never figure out, but in leaving the car I picked tip the wrong satchel and had carried it half a raile before the mistake was discovered. You may guess what my feelings were wheD I realized what an aw ful b! under had been made, and for ten minutes I lost 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. — 2 June 1899

FOURTEENTH YEAR. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1899. NO. 41. THE BOYS AVHO FELL. Craves of Soldiers Y7ho Died for Country Decorated by Friends. ImprMsUive St r vice at the National Capi tal and Grant Tonib-lieii. Wheeler peaks at Botou Day ('nrvei at Slanila and Havana. "Washington, May III. The national capital devoted itelf to theolrvana' of Decoration day. The ii p.irtments were closed, private aud p.Udje bui ness was .suspended, the streets were tilled with marching veteran-, national ti -.1! i 4U zat ions, all moving toward the Arhng-1 i . . , j . , , i ton national cemetery, Soldiers' home, . r , , " ! congress'onal and otiu-r cemeteries,: . - , , ' where impropriate services were held and the graves of the dead Strewn with Sowers. XVire "he ceremony at Arlington was nota- i . i, , -ii Lie by the presence of t.ie president I by the presence of the president iiid members of his cab. net anil of many leading oiiicers of the army and navy, as well as otucials prominent in pub...

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 June 1899

Gooblanb IRepublic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, --- Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year. M 00 mi month SO Tcree months - .25 AdTertisinj rates reasonable and liberal di-ec-rsQta riven on extend! contract. Entered at the Potor5ce at GoodlaBd. Kan., for transmission throutrti the maiiA, M second ica.il matter. FEIDAY. JTXE 2. 1359. TTFesty Hea Added to The Spuilie Force. Tejs Rzfcelic was established in 1S3. It has grown up from childhood as it were beside its companion Sher man coantj; and, moreover, printed the births and obituaries of its cotem poraries; shared the mifortune and prosperity alike with the people; and throughout its existence of nearly 14 years has not missed a single issue. The money that it has earned ha3 been spent for the good of its supporters, and for the good of those who are not. Bat to day The Republic i3 stronger by 20 men than ever before. It ha3 a gasoline engine, whose iron constitu tion bids defiance to flesh and bones. No more 6hall ed...

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 June 1899

A GRAND CELEB RATIO X. The Old Kajle Will Scream Hard ia Good lasd on th Gloriom Fourth. The various committees appointed to look after Goodland's rand Fonrth of July celebration held a meeting Monday niht. The arrangements are rapidly assuming definite form, and a good time for everybody will sorely result. The finance committee has raised and ViQ more 13 expected. Following are some of the apportion ments made for the various sports and amusements: Music, $25; horse racing, MO; fire works, $30; shooting match, $00; base ball, $30; calithumpian parade, ?20; pig race, iZ; sack race, tl; wheelbarrow race, $1; masque parade prize, $o; bicycle race, Zo; foot race, So. Fourteen dol lars was appropriated to the printing committee. The Colby ball club is expected to be here to compete with the home team for the baseball purse, and the numerous other amusements will sure ly prove a drawing card. The committee on speaking ha3 re ceived word from Judge C. W. Smith, of Stockton, accepting the...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 2 June 1899

Z077 SAILORS ARE HADE. Tr!Bf Bff-Sebool for XtTtl Ap-prc-ntlees mt 5tw part Many are the ways and means ea p'ojeU for the proper training' of our t-eanen, and it ia only after many years cf hard work that good results can be expected. The government, fully real ising1 this necessity, about the time that the modern vessels came into use or ganized the apprentice training system for American boys who might wish to become modern man-of-wars-men- Tleadquarters for the apprentices have always been at Newport, IL I., and there the boys are sent from dif ferent part3 of the country to receive their first lessons fitting them to be able seamen- There one of the largest old-time sailing vessels of the nary is fitted up a3 a receivirg ship for them, and aboard of it they are all quartered. The old Constellation, sister ship to the Constitution ("Old Ironsides"), is now in use for thi3 purpose. Hoys who are enlisted on receiving ships at the several naval stations are Kent on to Newport to beg...

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 June 1899

V w W .i a FOURTEENTH YEAE. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1899. KO. -2 Lie' SUFFER FROM HEAT. Scores cf Gen. Hall's Men Drop Ont on the Harch to Ueroag. Many Filipino E-p by Changing Their Uniforms to Citizens Clot hJnjj Sal tan of gala Shows Fight Other ws or the Soldiers. Manila, June 7. The American forces have occupied the peninsular and Gen. Hall's column is encamped at Morong. Maj. Truman, marching across the Binangonan, found it impracticable to form a cordon and the insurgents, with the exception of a hundred or two, escaped through the mountains after Gen. Pio del Pilar, dragging" their bat tery by buffaloes at night. A few, however, may be trapped. The Wash ington troops have returned to the Pasig, but the programme of the other troops is uncertain. The present ex pedition shows the difficulty which is encountered by an army which must depend upon wagon trains in catching barefooted bandits in their mountains and also gives proof that the rebels do not intend to fight ...

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. — 9 June 1899

toofclanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J II. STEWART, - - - Pabllsher. TE2X5 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oae jear 1 CO mi months Tnr moothi VTC'ip Advertising rates rea?onabl9 and liberal Gsa- r"Ets en reu cm extenai contracts. F.r.rrf t the Po-toffioe at Gool&nd. Kan., for transmission throujrn tbe mails, u second eijLsS mail matter. F2IDAY. JUNE 9, 1529. An eastern - paper has devised an- It proposes to run him for vice-president, "- It i3 said that more horse flesh is consumed in Paris than - other places, bat.tha people of the French capital do not appear to possess Rood, eound horse sense in a like proportion. This is the Ohio republicans' way cf thanking McKinley for more offices: "We commend the president for the jadicious modifications of the civil service rules recently promulgated." The farm implement trust is said to be failing, but the tillers of the soil have no cause for jcy, as the same re port says that an advance of from 13 to 25 per cent on all farm implements has been...

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 June 1899

EEXTED THE OPtiA HOCSE. SIesr. 3IcClar and Derby AT1II Jlare Control. The city council met in regular ses sion Tuesday night with a full attend ance with exception of Councilman Denney. Bids for the rental of the opera house were considered. The bid of IL E. ilcCIureand D. C. Derby of $70 for one year was accepted. The police judge made a report that vlOO had been collected in fines, and S3 costs that the city would have to pay The report of the committee appoint ed to examine the treasurer's books was accepted. The following bills were allowed: V,". C. Johnston, labor $ 2 75 J. v . Kiauer, labor . EnnLj, coal and supplies Jay Baker, snpphes 1 u i. Kocic. hardware Z A. J. Atherton. labor 3 !0 t'o'.ornaa fc Coleman, coal 15 15 C. W. Jape, draj-atre 9 IAJ C. A. Krannon. supplies 1 W A. 1. fete-wart, stamps, etc 2 Viiliam Jcie. marshal 15 Uu M. V. Turner, labor. ') W . R. lierron. street cocimiisiocer SOW) T. W. Williams, rent of room 2 UJ . L. Calvert, election services 2 UJ J. S. Eii...

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 June 1899

Tier wu a crtia Sot not cow la rLsSesh, who wit Tcry iesr to Ui C'strt. Ther bar been ether !c wLj wer dear to ti.ir rclatr, but wa ta exceptiocal Soj. 0i Ujr FIakj fell 11L 71'. wateli'alowu'er rntoae noted U oowonted j"Tr-tor:i- Dr mind w f -1 with r:scT- fsrebodlar. Eae harried to the r b ;ti tad called up th faKillr thTiiciiiu well-Vnown doc tor; ht tt& ?rlUtJ. she couMn' Bin the e e'tar to the doctor. JJu ta. sndrrtocd that It wii a matter thst rscnire-5 arrest h-S-ite, ao be poat ed 0Tr to the ladj9 heme to find that the .ratiest wii fcaiek dosr. At Crat he. was diaroaed to feel a little hnffj, li-tha hcroor of the afTalr softened thia feellaar and he treated the dog Thit naa daj he waa called cp aaia, Tha doj had a ehill; wouldn't he come riffht over. Dleaae. II had another eU la th neighborhood, aad he wea TT. VTelL derrite the resource of th fc caller art, th dog1 died. It waa a lasting blow to hla dotlsjr mlatreaa. For weeka ahe mourned and rei paed to be comforted. Sh...

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 June 1899

FOURTEENTH YEAE. GOODLAKD, KANSAS, FEIDAY, JUNE 16, 1899. NO. 43. BATTLE WAS FIERCE. Filipicos, in Ambush, Hade a Des perate Stand Against Our Hen. YFiille Lawton and a Small Hrxly of Troop Were Trying to Loeate a Rebel Battery a Hard Ilattle 1Va Eogiged In. Manila, June 14. Gen. Lawton un expectedly stirred up one of the liveli est enjafrements of the war south of Las Pina yesterday upon which oc casion American field guns were en gaged in the first artillery duel against a Filipino battery, concealed in the jangle. Companies F and I, of the Twenty-first infantry, were nearly sur rounded by a large body of insurgents, but the Americans cut their way out with heavy loss. During the eight an insurgent cannon was fired three times at the Americans on the outskirts of Las Pinas. Gen. Lawton yesterday took a battalion of the Fourteenth regiment and two companies of the Twenty-first regiment to locate the rebel battery, and thfcn two guns of the Sixth artillery and four mountain guns wer...

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 June 1899

OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. U. STEW A JIT, - Publisher. TESliS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oa year 51 W !mx months - W Tfcrea month '- Advertising rates reasonable aad liberal oi eonnu riTea on extended contract. Entered at the PoetctSce at Goodlaad, Kan., for tnui(rnL8gua tfarouzn the maiis, m second dui nail matter. FEIDAY, JUXE 15. 1SS3. After all, Mr. McKinley has pretty good company in Mr. Alger. The coming of Dewey is expected to greatly reTire the flagging trade of th9 bunting trust. Labor strikes and cyclone reports make up the (rreater part of the news in the daily press of late. It was left for a Kansas man to origi nate the new method of committing saicide by pounding himself on the head with a hammer. The French people certainly dis played good sense when they cheered President Loubet. Sunday, although the assertion sounds a great deal like sarcasm. A patriot is a man who is willing to sacrifice himself for his country in time of war, while a politician is one who is always willing 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. — 16 June 1899

i;xri.cx 2iAr visitok?. Tha Foarth or July Lebrtlon WM Briny Urce Crowd t Tbli City. As the great Independence day draws nearer, the promoters of the big cele bration in this city receive sdded assurance of the many visitors that will gather here on that great day. And it 13 the hope of Goodland that not one of her guests will be disap pointed in their entertainment. The amusement committee are adding other specialties to the already crowded programme, and it is a safe assertion that the celebration will outrank any effort of the kind ever attempted ra this part of the state. Colby's ball team will play the return game with Goodland the Fourth, and if the evidence of those who witnessed the late game between the two teams is any criterion, this feature alone will attract a handsome crowd. Let every citizen take hold and show our visitors a warm time. PERSONAL OTHS. Church Notes. The subject for the morning service at the Methodist church on Sunday will be "The Value of an Education ...

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 June 1899

'A SHOW of ouality oodland, Friday, June 23. K t iV t.!!i!) h .3 ! 1! m muyy tJH k GOLOSSflL : RAILROAD : SHOWS! Triple Girous, Rare Menaaerle, Stranae A.useum. Royal Roman Hippodrome. Free Grand Balloon Ascension and terrible mile jump from the clouds at 1 o'clock by Prof. Wallace. Worth comiDg miles to see. Finest, Brightest, Up-to-Date Exhibitions. Circus, Menagerie and Hippodrome. Modest in its Premises, Lavish in it3 Performances, Always Eonest in it3 Announcements. S50.000 TROUPE OF PERFORMING ELEPHANTS. D Ml 8111 PUDE M 10 O'CLOCK, J. B. 1 ifli Wonderful Outside Free Exhibitions ...Daily on Show Grounds. Two Performances Daily- AT 2 AH 8 P. M Postively to Appear on Pojmlar Prices of Admission. : A LITTLE NONSENSE. "IIow splendidly the new Hamlet pronounced the line Aye, there's the rub!' "Yes, he used to be a massage expert." Cleveland Plain Dealer. Miss Peaehblow "Was your inar-riag-e to old Moneybag-ges the result of love at first sight.'" Mrs. Moneybag-ges "No, of second 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. — 23 June 1899

o?1 ; . r . I COUHTY PAPER. uu FOURTEENTH YEAE. GOODLAND, KANSAS, EED3AY, JUNE 23, 1899. NO. 44. l 1 Si niflunnn n mm ic ncnn uunnnu r. DLniiu 10 ulmj. Tie Soted Silver Champion Passes Away After a Lczg niseis. Death Came After a Iep Sleep Latir.g 32 llonn From WhJrh II tid Not Awake A Brilliant Bat Varied Career. LebariOD, Mo., Jane 15. Richard P. Blaod died at 4:30 o'clock this morning after a sleep of 32 hours. Mr. Bland returned home when con gress adjourned in March and soon suf fered a relapse from an attack of la grippe. For more than two months be bad been conSned to his home and his health had gradually declined. He thought he would not survive the at tack from the first and showed bis thorough knowledge of his condition. On the third of thi3 month Mr. Bland suddenly grew worse and bis sons, who were in school, were summoned home and for the first time the public was informed of his critical condition. From time to time since the patient showed signs of improvement, but 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. — 23 June 1899

ocblanb "Republic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWABT, - - Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oq9 year - SI 00 ?it months 5J Thria. mnrth 25 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal di coriata triTen on extended contract. Entered at the Postofflce at Goodlaad, Kan-, for trarj--mission throujrU the man, aa second class mail matter. FEIDAY, JUNE 23, lsS9. A DISPLAY 0? SOtnrD EE33E. The striking miners of southeastern Kansas are certainly displaying good, sound sense and marked leadership in fighting their oppressors the corpor ation mine owners with the weapon of their oppressors the injunction. The mine owners secured an injunction last week against 500 of the strikers, en joining them from interfering with mining property or molesting men who desire to work. The owners then proceeded to build stockades about their property and im port negro convict miners from Alaba ma. Right here is where the strikers displayed good judgment. Instead of violating the order of the court, and engag...

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 June 1899

DEATH OF "IKS- MOr.TOX. Snctcmbi to Appendicitis After a Long; and Painful Ilioe. Mrs. Maria Morton, wife of W. R. Morton, tha Pock Island trainmaster in this, city, passed away Thursday afternoon at 5:30 p. ra. at the Home opathic hospital in Denver, after a pro longed and painful illness. Mrs. Mor ton wa3 SO years of age, and her death vras caused by appendicitis. It is with keen regret that the news cf the passing of one so vigorous with health, so marked with presence, so devoted to conjugal affection as was Mrs. Morton must here be chronicled. Eat Death, the great proprietor of all, reaps in and out of season the fields he has not sown. Why he doe3 not forbear his inexorable touch from the hale and happy is inex plicable. Seemingly he i3 the greatest enemy of us all visiting and revisit ing, only to leave within his way de vastation, death, decay. Bat this loved one has met this dark side of life, be yond which the finite mind conceives of a more excellent dwelling place. About...

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 June 1899

..GOODLAND'S.. Grand Fourtn o! July GelGDration. programme. DEWEY SALUTE AT SUNRISE. 10 a. m. Parade of Farmer's Delegations. Largest Delegation ist prize io, id prize 5, 3d prize $4- 11 a- m. Spaking at the Opera House. Hon. Charles W. Smith of Stockton. Orator cf the Day. ONE HOUR FOR IRRIGATION AND DINNER. 1 p. a At the Base Ball Park. PiZ Race prize tie pie. Wheelbarrow Race prize! 1. Bicycle Race, 1 miie prize s. 2 p. rn.-L.ive Bird Shooting Contest; $30 purse. 3 p. mBall Game, Goodland vs. Colby; $25 purse- 2 p. m- Horse Racing at Race Track- Trottine i mile and repeat; ist Sax id tio, 3d I. Rannin 'i mile dash; ist S12. id c. 3d 2. Running for Ponies1 mile dash, ist :o, ad $5. jd Sz. Slow Mule Race 'J mile, ist fs. id $2. Note In all the racing events 5 to enter and 3 to start; 10 per cent en trance fee in each race; entrance closes evening of July 3. IRRIGATE AND SUPPER. 6:30 p. m Grand Masque Paiade. For the Best Costumed Coople a prize of $5 will be given. 8:30 p. m Elabor...

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