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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 August 1899

V t-m r-m ( o-, , J POUETEENTH TEAS. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1809. m 50. r CEITICS. Hr. Alger Hakes a Stateliest Re garding His OiZcLal Acts. Tells How the Big- Volunteer Army for the psnUh War AY F.qalppetl, sad frays Erery Collar Appropla ted Wu Accounted For. Washington, Aug-. 3. One of the la.st cfhcial acts of Secretary Alger, who to- , day relinquished his portfolio., was to J prepare a statement covering' several matters regarding the conduct of the war which have been the subject of crit icism in the public press, particularly with reference to the appointment of staff officers in the volunteer army. The statement follows: 1 am led to make the following statements on account of the many criticUms waich have been mode by the public pre.-s and especially on account of a recent article which appeared la the London Times containing a-v-rtions which hare no foundation in truth. At the commencement of the war nit a Spain and for several years prior to that time the res...

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

(Soo&Ianb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEYTAKT, - - rut-lister. TER1I3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oze year Six months - Threw months - v:v" . j Advertisi: ratea reasonable and liberal cl eomU si Ten 00 extendi contract. Entered at the Fotcr5ee at GoodiAsa. Kn for tranmiaion throuya the mails, u second class mail matter. FEIDAT, AUG. 4. 199. Hi AUGUST J 899. Ssa. Tci, ffii Ttsr. JrL T 2 3 4 1 .... .... :T7 89 10 H 17777? 16 17 13 ;20 2T 22 23 24 25 i 27 23 29 30 31 .... 12 19? 26 No Strike Ther. The London correspondent of the New York Tribune cables his paper the following, suggested by the present street railway troubles in this country: "The street car strike in New York enables English advocates of munici pal tramways to derive satisfaction from the thought that their own under takings have been singularly free from similar labor struggles. In Glasgow the municipality began to operate tramways five years ago, because driv ers and conductors were badly treated by private comp...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 August 1899

P. G. MAEKS BADLT HCET. A Blow on the Head From FlUn; Oat of the Wagon Paralyxe Him. P. G. Mark3 Uss prostrate at the home of F. L. Jones of this city. He live3 near Kanorado and came to Goodland Wednesdaj to meet his sister rho had. come to pay him a visit, and preparatory to starting for home, he vs3 loading her track, and just as he was palling it into the waon, the hand-strap broke and he fell backwards from the wagon, the crown of his head coming into vigcroas contact with the ground. Mr. Marks never lost con sciousness from his hart, bat instantly discovered that he wa3 not in posses sion of the motive power of bis limbs, and coald not so much as move a finger. It is a rather interesting case, show ing, as it does, that the motor center of the legs and arms resides in the vertex of the cerebrum. With medical assist ance, Mr, Marks is slowly regaining control cf his limbs, and perhaps will wholly recover in a short time. How ever, the accident must be regarded as a serious one,...

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. — 4 August 1899

met 1 1 i La Blanche. Wtile Joseph Tittla was tending a tLree-year-oid bull on a picket rope list Thursday, he was batted down and likely would been killed had it not been for some boys stoning the animal away and taking the man home. Mr. Tittle was unconscious, and while he is able to be around again, does not re member being rescued by the boys. Jake Doerfer has his wheat in stack and alfalia in the shock. Wallace McKenzie and Charley Mc Coy have gone to look for work. Herman Hengstler i3 down here help ing his father plow;ip the Smoky bot tom for a trial of alfalfa on George Hess farm. Mr. Hengstler will soon move his shedding down here from Lamborn and put it up on the Hess farm and permanently tix for winter ing the herd of 75 bead of cattle. Mr. Pencia of Beaver City, Neb, wheeled through LaBlanche from Sharon Springs where be had been looking up a location to stock up with cattle. He being a former acquaint ance of O. C. Wileman, he gave him a pleasant call and then wheeled o...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 August 1899

GGODLAKD, KANSAS, PEIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1899. NO. 51. rr 0 PUSH THE WAR. REBELS AGAIH DEFEATED. IltTERESTKiG HISTORY. i HAVANA IIERCHAITT'S FEARS. Y7TLL HAYTI BE OURS? POPULATION OF HAITSA5. FOR UOYUiG THE CRCP3, FOURTEENTH YEAE. Vigorous Policy' to Be Carried Oat in the Philippine Campaign. After Conference "With the President. Secretary of War Boot Says Gen. Otis Will Have 50,000 at Least, and More If IVeeded. riattsburg, N. Y., Ac. 9. The war in the Philippines is to be prosecuted with a vigor that ought to result in speedy cessation of hostilities- The correspondent of the Associated press saw Secretary of War Hoot last night in the oEce of the Hotel Champlain just after he had said g-ood-by to the president and was preparing1 to take the 9:45 train for Washington. "Will the war in the Philippines be prosecuted vigorously from now on??' asked the correspondent. Mr. Hoot turned on his heel and replied: "Yes, sir, the war in the Philippines from now on will be prosecuted with all pos...

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 August 1899

tooblanblSepublfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. H. STETTAKT, . Psfcllsher. TEE1I3 OF SUBSCRIPTION'. Oce year ix months Thre con tha ... i j AdTertisia rates reasonable ana LiDril ui cotinu giTn oa extended contracts. Entered at the PostoSce at Goodlaad. Kan., for trans mission throujrn the mails. a- second clasa mail matter. FEIDAY, AUG. 11. 1559. 2 AUGUST J 89?. Sal 5 t 12 S 26 J It is expected that fall business in the Philippines will begin about No vember 1. Women are accused of all sorts of things. A woman is said to be at the bottom of the Yaqui war. Trusts teach the benefit of co-operation. They enrich themselves by it. The evil feature is that the few reap all the benefit. When the Twentieth Kansas comes marching home and i3 mustered oat, some unheard stories will be told, and some that have been heard will be ex ploded. If there were more as earnest sup porters of the Nicaragua canal as Sen ator Harris, of Kansas, the country would not have long to wait for this much-needed wa...

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 August 1899

i r IIV. FX'SIOX DlilGCCH'IENT. X'opTiliits tsd DemocrsU lit;: Sot Reach ed An o"ndrstaiIic Tet. After two different conferences tha popaliats and democrats have failed to ccine to eh understanding whereby Ita two parties can join forces under one banner, although hope for a satisfac tory fusion arrangement ha3 not yet Lsen abandoned. Another conference v.-ill ba held to-morrow which will probably decide the stand to be taken in tha local political arena. The ma jority want to fuse. Where the dis agreement arises 13 to who will have the sheriff nomination populists or democrats. At the meeting of the committeemen of the populist3 held Saturday action was taken on the fusion question. A committee was appointed to confer with the democratic county central committee and ascertain what repre sentation that party desired on the ticket. The democrats requested sher iff. If granted this they pledged their united support to the populists. The populist committeemen rejected the proposition. ...

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 August 1899

I ijvora CDver Maldrow. Herman Tipton of Goodland and ili3 Anna McDaniel spent Sunday with Mr. and ilrs. G. A. O'Neal. Harve Robiuson returned home Sat urday, lie was working north of Coiby and reports the wheat crop in that vi cinity good. A vicious looking cloud full of hail and electricity formed over this neigh borhood Wednesday, and its electric display caused the loss of a calf be longing to J. W. Bennett, also one be longing to Mr. Standish. The rain and hail spent its force east of here. The normalites from this vicinity re turned home Wednesday, and each one presented a sad, careworn countenance as they proceeded to live in a state of suspense until the result of the exam ination was made known. However, on Saturday they were relieved of their mental state, and it was found that Mrs. R. A. Smith and Anna McDaniel received good second-grade certificates while Fannie Albright and Lew Robin son failed to get third grade. A dead rattlesnake was found coiled npon one of the desk...

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 August 1899

t 4 W 4 ha j:. - - - -j FOURTEENTH YEAE. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1899. NO. 52. THOUSAND DEAD. Hurricane That Struck Porto Reco "Wrought Terrible Havc:. Sediment and Dsd Bodies Choke the Streets of Ponce, and an Lpideroic May Kesdt United State Carrying- oa the Work of Belief. San Juan, Porto Rico, Aug. 14. Re ports from the southern coasts of the island supply details of the terrible havoc wrought by the hurricane. Con servative estimates place the number of persons killed at Ponce at 1,000. Many others received bodily injuries. Five hundred of the dead are lying in the morgue of the city. There is much illness, owing to the scarcity of "'ood and water. Cisterns were filled with salt water when the sea was forced into the town by the wind, render ing their contents unSt for use. Sediment and wreckage, in which the dead bodies are im bedded, choke the streets. An epidemic seems certain, and, as there are no medicines, if it once gets a start it will decimate the populati...

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 August 1899

6oo&Ian&13epubIfc. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II, STEWART, Publisher. TEHHS OF SUBSCRIPTION Oae year Six months 50 Teres monti3 -- ' AdTert:?m? rates reason&Dls ana liberal Gi- ecmnts given on extended contract. Entered at tbe PostclSce at GoodlaBO. Kan for tranfsmlssron throuya the mails, as second class mail matter. FEIDAY. AUG. IS, 1S5S. AUGUST J 899. K:a. Tcs. Wii. Tta. JrL 12 3 4 jTFTT 15 16 i is ;20 jT 22 23 24 25 ! 27 23 29 30 3J . 5 t o -. 12 J9 4- 4- Wben'a person is being much talked about it matters to him whether he i9 eulogized or philippized. Thousands of Mexican goats, it 13 asserted, are being slaughtered in Kan sas City and Chicago every year and the meat sold for mutton. John Conway of the Norton Cham pion explains the passage "the rain falls alike upon tbe just and unjust," by saying that neither know enough to come in out of the wet. The proverbial saying, "Where rum is in, wit is out," too often proves true. Denver is less two policemen; the na tion 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. — 18 August 1899

-r :iES. KNIGHT IS DEAD. No Doubt Her Terrible Neglected Con dition Was the Cause of Death. SuCrins of the Poor Ill-Treated Woman Came to an End Friday 'ijhL-Hu-tand Will Hare to Aoiwtr tlie Cbarse of Criminal Neglect. CRUSHED BY AN ENGINE. In a squalid hovel on Eleventh street, uncared for, unloved, lay a human form prostrate with typhoid fever, whose oDly medicine was hope, and whose thoughts dwelt upon the indifference, the cruelty, of a husband whose connu bial love had turned into hate. Mrs. Chauncey il. Knight is dead! The idea of death come3 as a consolation when there is pictured to the mind the horror of living as it existed in this woman's life. A mother upon her death bed surrounded by the cries for bread of her three hungry little children, un able to raise her head or give sigh for sigh, while a husband, lost to all sense of honor, leaves her to her fate. The half of his viciousnes3 will never be told, for she became too weak to com plain, and now sleeps beneath the sod...

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 August 1899

V t rom' per the (Zonnti. H La Blanche. Ellen Strand takes music lessens every Thursday on organ at Al Roth's. It wasn't a "ground hojf case" for dinner, but ye scribe in the presence of the Sunday school class leader ran a badger down on foot and got him, on the way from Sunday school to George llamlen's last Sunday. dwia Strand claims to hare run a Colorado coyote orer the line Saturday and captured him in a 12 mile chase on horseback. There will be a d3oee at Mr. Dunn's Saturday night, the event to celebrate Arche's birthday. Ed Linberg backed the tap off of his wa?on at Goodland and came out 14 miles before the wheel ran off and made him think there was "snakes in his boots." A baseball nine was organized here this weeV. "Your Uncle Fuller" will be on tap at the next social gathering to come off just when and where we agree to keep mum. Between the two evils, "us or a write-up" we have been excepted as the lesser, and next week ycu may expect no items from this neck o' woods. Yo...

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 August 1899

" - " - -. " j s - - - . . j m r-a 9 - j 5 FTFTEEXTH YEAE. GOODLAXD, KANSAS, FEIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1099. NO. 1. FOR TEN REGIMENTS. 77 ar Department "Wants Here Ilea fcr Service in the Philippines. Secretary Root Determined That Cien. Otis Shall Have All the Force Xtreiarj to Crash the Filipino Recruit ing Station Designated. Washington, Auj. IS. An order has "be-n issued directing that ten addi tional regiments of infantry volunteers be organized for service in the Philip pines. The regiments will be num bered from SS to 47, and will be organ ized at the following places, in the order named: Fort knelling. Fort Crook, Neb.; Fort Kilej-, Kan.; Camp Meade. Pa.; Fort Ethan Allen, Vt.; Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; Jefferson barracks, Mo.; South Framingham, Mass. "The policy of the war department," said Secretary Root yesterday, "is to furnish Gen- Otis with all the troops and supplies that he can use and which are necessary to wind up the insurrec tion in the Philippines in shortest pos fcible ...

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 August 1899

Gooblanb !3epublic- OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEW ACT, - FnblLsher. TEE 113 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One xear H 00 rir months -jO Three in out ha 25 Advertism rates reasonable and liberal Cis conats givea ca extended contracts. Entered at the PostotEce at Goodlaad. Raa, for tnLnsniLrgioa throuirn the maiJS, aa second class mail matter. FBIDAY, AUG. 25. 159. ST2IXZ3 AD STEIXZSS. What mean these strikes that are agitatine the industrial field of the United States? They have become epi demic. During the lat presidentiai campaign the republican party told the opposition parties that hard times, fin ancial depression, and strike3, iu fact all industrial crises, were the inevitable results of a low tariff; that under a high protective tariff system new vigor would be injected into the veins of commerce and industry, wages would increase, and prosperity once more re- turn Bat such a theory for universal ill has proved to be fallacious. Since la bor does not come into direct compe tion with co...

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 August 1899

THE KNIGHT CASE. Court Hoom Throcjfd With Women Anx ious to Hear the Proceeding. The case of C. M. Knight, charged with criminal neglect of his wife, was being heard before Justice Calvert at the court house this week. The case came up Holiday and most of the day was spent in selecting the jury at of the venire of 2i men summoned. After 20 had been examined the jury of 12 was fall and the prosecution opened their side of the case. The prosecution introduced their last witnesses Wednesday forenoon, and the defense has occupied the time since with their witnesses and the de fendant on the stand. As told in last week's Republic, Mrs. Knight died since the complaint was swoni out, which appeared to darken thin3 for Knight, but the defense se cured a ruling by the court that no evidence could be submitted subse quent to August 7, the date of the com plaint, so the death of Mrs. Knight has little bearing on the case. The evidence introduced by the pro secution was strong against the ac cu...

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 August 1899

i;vom ewer the ? 3 2 i. 3 VA 3Iuldrow. The creamery at Brewster i3 aa as sured fact. The subscription price was raised and guaranteed, and a meeting was called Tuesday afternoon' when they elected a board of fie directors, a president, secretary and treasurer, and proceeded to arrange plans for the construction of the building. We are interested in the advertising and fu ture success of the establishment be cause a large number of the subscrib ers are citizens of Muldrow. E. C. Mewhirter has secured the job of oper ating the plant which will be in run ning order some time in September. IL II. Robinson is working for Bar ney McClusky of Shermanyille. The millet and sorghum harvest is on and people have been quite busy during the past week attending to it. Several mowers have been running quite steady for several days, and from the appearance of the stacks that are beginning to loom up it seem3 that there will be considerable of roughness to run stock through the winter with. Witten 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. — 1 September 1899

. ". 'a ' . OOUHTY IS VJ 'Cp- Ov-wi- ? FIFTEENTH YEAE. GOODLAXD. KANSAS, FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1899. NO. 2. s SOLDIERS WELCOMED Pittsburgh Citizens Pay Tribute to the Boys cf the Tenth. CTr 300.000 Enthasiatic People GIt VeiiC to their Patriotism and the Scfne Was a Most lmprilfe One Presi dent McKinley Wa There. Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug-. 29. With can non booming, bells clanging, whistles shrieking, flags waving and mighty cheers from hundreds of thousands of throats, the brave Tenth Pennsylvania volunteers were welcomed home yester day, after more than a year's gallant service in the Philippines. The recep tion tendered the returning soldiers will always be remembered in this city as one of the greatest demonstrations of patriotism that has ever taken place in this country. The only thing lacking, to make the day one of supreme happiness was the alence of the brave and well-beloved CoL Hawkins, who led the boys in all of their battles and shared in all of their sufferings, but who was ...

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. — 1 September 1899

Oooblanb Republic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. S7ETYAE7, Publisher. TESM5 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oae jear $1 3 Six months ;? Thr mouths v:v"" , 3 AdTert;?iii rates reasonable gad liberal Ci eonnt given en extended co&tr act. Entered st tbe PosujSee at GocxJIaad. Kn for trarutnif ?ic-a tnroujrti the cuui. u second cLaaa mail matter. FEIDAT, SEPTZ1IEE2 1, 1529. 1 SEPTEMBER J 899. r. : 2 Sua. Tc3. Wsi. Thar. Fri. Sri. J " f 7 i T III i jl Z IE j -2.1 YJ Is 9 202I 22 23 1 24 25 26 27 2S 29 30 AGEICTTLTU22 A2TD STCCXBAISrSQ. There has been an unrecognized con test in Sherman county daring the past few years, between agriculture and stock raising, as to which would prove the more successful pursuit. The majority of the rural inhabit ants having come from good, old agri cultural states, the thought of tilling the soil was a dominant one. An oc casional magnificent crop inspired them with new hope, which bridged the besetting years of failure; and they, contemplative of a changing im proveme...

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. — 1 September 1899

1 T A YOUNG BURGLAR. Ilo Bn&coi Ca ;ht liobbin tlie Foster Lnmbir Tard OSceIa Other Steals. Manager II. IL Floyd of the Foster lamber yard stepped into the office of the company on aa errand last Thurs day night about ten o'clock while on his way home from the court house, where he had been listening to the ar guments in the Knight case. As he w?-s preparing to leave he noticed a slight noise in one corner, and upon starting to investigate matters a youth ful burglar, Ross Brannon, came from his hiding place and offered to give up what plunder he had secured, about 513, if Mr. Floyd would let him go. Mr. Floyd took the money but turned his prisoner over to Sheriff Bradley. Brannon was taken, before the coun ty attorney Friday, and after a severe sweating confessed to having been re sponsible for the two postofSee rob beries within the past two months, and namerous other steals. He also im plicated other boys about 'town, but after an investigation it was concluded that thi3 part...

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. — 1 September 1899

OVER THE COUilTY. r;,u,.i Maldrow. D. VT. Dillinger was working for W. IL Stone from Saturday until Thurs day. Charley Potty was in the vicinity sain Monday and bought 13 head of steers from Albert Grimes and one bail from G. A. CTNeal. Assessor O'Neal has made several trips to the Bearer for the purpose of assessing foreign cattle, but has always failed to succeed until Tuesday, when he succeeded in getting 673 head, the aggregate value of $7,250. This will be a bi help to the taxpayers of this township and also to the school district in which they were assessed. uThe man with the hoe"' i3 now be ginning to get in bis work in potato patches. Roy Freeland drove up toA.A-Rein-bold's, in Cheyenne county, Sunday. Mis3 Anna McDaniel is working for Mrs. B. F. Brown of Goodland. There was a watermelon party at David Robinson's Saturday evening. A large party were present and about a dozen melons were disposed of. Miss Florence Shackelford and Miss Helen Dillinger of Brewster were present....

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