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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 October 1899

t 1 W t i b cour-JTV f y OCx Li 'kJ i 1 FIFTEENTH TEAK. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1899. NO. 8. 1 11 B IS B. Hostilities Between the British and Boers Have Perhaps Already Been Inaugurated. 1KYADERS HAVE CROSSED NATAL BORDER Doer Did Not Walt for the Expiration of Time Limit, bat Entered Natal by an Important Pas 37 Miles Southwest of Newcastle First Attack Will Possibly Be Made at 3IareK.log. London, Oct. 10. Hostilities in the Transraal were confidently expected to begin to-day. Yesterday there was a belief that President Kruger was cor- nered and fresh hopes of peace were ' entertained in several quarters. The British reply to the ultimatum has not been made public, but it is gener ally understood to be an absolute re jection of the Boer demands, which means fighting will begin at once. The first Boer attack will probably be made at Mafeking. where Gen. Baden Powell is pluckily holding an exposed position. The British are well pre-; pared for defense at all other point...

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. — 13 October 1899

Uooblanb "Republic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, - - - Publisher. TEEM 5 OF SUE5CEIPTI0X. One year H 00 Six months 50 Thre months .25 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts given on extended contracts. Entered at the Poetotnce at Goodland. Kail-. for transmission through the mails, aa second c lass mail matter. FEIDAY, OCTOBZE. 13, 1?V9. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For County Clerk A. D. RUMMEL For County Treasnrer E. W. ALBRIGHT For Register of Deeds SIMON AX For Sheriff WILLIAM WALKER, JR. For Sorreyor D. A. LONG For Coroner S. EAUGHMAN For Cornmiiiiocer, First District D. W. DILLIXGER DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Sheriff WILLIAM WALKER. JR For County Clerk A. D. RUM MEL For County Treasurer E. W. ALBRIGHT For Raster of Deeds SIMON AX For Surveyor D. A. LONG For Coroner S. EAUGHMAN For Commissioner, First District D. W. D1LLINGER THE HOiEZCOiUNQ TWENTIETH. When the Twentieth arrives every man, woman and child will join in a royal and patriotic welcome that will come fr...

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 October 1899

EOTKIN COMING. The Ki-CoE;remn Will Speak in Thl City Saturday, October 28. Hon. J. D. Botkin, ex-congressman at iarge of Kansas, will address the peo reaple of Sherman county, both after noon and evening, in this city Satar day, October 23. He will dUcuss the new question which have crept upon the American people so silently that to understand the true relation which HON. J. D. BOTEIX. they now sustain to an uncertain rov ernmental departure and to internal conditions as well, there is need of knowledge touching these problems. Mr. Botkin has made a careful study of the principle issues; and his convic tions of what is highest and best in government finds expression in a man that does not utter political sophistry. Especially every voter in the county should hear him. "Come, let us reason together." DEATH BY A SNAKE BITE. Little Mabel Barnes Dies From the Bite of a Rat'ler. Mabel C. Barnes, two-year old daught er of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Barnes, of Cheyenne county, who was bitten by a...

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 October 1899

?.1AUD AHD JUDGE AGAIN. i Heller joir.ped on her time- era biie x'cr an evening Lit at the dusty piie. Ad c!J drop frame of a 'way dovn gear With a rattle th.9 sleeping: dead could hear! The jad? came pounding alon? behind. Out airing Lia great judicial misd. H2 noted the figure neat and trim And graceful motion cf hidden limb. And he gaidjto himself in Lis grave delight: "Wtatsmatter with Maudief She all right!" He drew beside her and aked her at Why she rode such an old ice cart as that? And she said saleslady could ill rapport Such wheel as the jnde cf the district court. He told her she could on a chainless ride, Yi'ith a diamond frame, if she'd be Li bride. Or if sha would bust up his solo life They would tandem together as man and wife. Hand bit at the bait like a hungry trout. And the old jnde smiled as he yanked her out ! They ride on a tandem now, of course. But Maud had to work like a treadmill horse ! For the'judse has learned Low to sit and shirk And let his darling do a...

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 October 1899

OFFICIAL COUfiTY FIFTEENTH YEAK. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1899. NO. 9. TO KTLL AMERICANS. Insurgents Said to Hare Gathered 12,000 Ilea to Attack Iloilo. Maj. Cheatham, With a Scooting Party, Entountrd a Forc of IntcrcenU Near Manila and Three American TTere Killed Oth-r Manila News. Manila, Oct. 17. Letters from Iloilo say the insurgents expect to gather 12,000 men and 3,000 or 4,000 rifles, near there. Gen. Magbaiina, according to letters, plans to attack the suburbs of Iloilo with this force, carry the city and slaughter the Americans. There is creat tensi on between the tne visayans, a prisoner since the threatened Visa van revolt against Tagal domination a month ago. The Visayans are incensed to the point of rebellion. While the Tasrals nominally control only the military organization of the so-called Filipino republic, they have crowded out the Visayans from the civil branch. A body of Tagals, estimated to number between 500 and 1,000, recently crossed from Santa B...

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 October 1899

ooblanb Heynblic OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. U. STEWART, - - - Pnllhher. TEHM3 OF SCB3CBIPTIONY One year fl CO J-ix months 50 Thr moDths 25 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal di coaats siren on extended eoc tract. Entered at the Postotfice at Goodlind. Kan., for transmission throujrtj the mails, u second class mail matter. FEIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1599. PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For County Clerk A. D. BUillTEL. For County Treasurer E. W. ALE RIGHT For Register of Deeds SIMON AX For Sheriff WILLIAM WALKER, JR. For Surveyor D. A. LON G For Coroner S. BAUGHMAN' For Commissioner, First District D. W. DILLIXGER DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Sheriff WILLIAM WALKER, JR. For County Clerk A. D. RUMMEL For County Treasurer E. W. ALBRIGHT For Register of Deeds SIMON AX For Surveyor D. A. LONG For Coroner S. BAUGHMAN For Commissioner, First District D. W. D1LLINGE2 There is great expansion in this country just at present in the prices of all articles controlled by the trusts. By McKinley's treaty with the...

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 October 1899

POPULIST AlEETIJiGS. Ru!eton School House, Oct. 23. Kanorado School House, Oct. 24. LaBlanche School House, Oct. 25. Goodland, Court House, Oct. 28. Muldrow School House, Oct. 30. Kipp School House, Oct. 31. Edson School House, Nov. I. Palmer School House, Nov. 2. Grant Center School House, Nov. 3. Men Who Own the Rock Ilnd. The special bearing the president and other officers of the Rock Island road palled in to Goodland Saturday shortly before noon. The following were members of the party: R, R. Cable, chairman of the board; Warren G. Purdy, president; II. A. Parker, first vice president; Robert Mather, second rice president; J. M. Johnson, third vice president and traffic manager; A. R. Flower, director, New York; F. H. Grisrjjs, director, Daven port, la.; George S. Brewster, director, New York; A. J. Hitt, ceneral superintendent; John Se bastian, general passenger and ticket agent; II. H. Embry, general freight agent on lines west of Missouri river; W. E. Daucby, chief engineer;...

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 October 1899

J from Over tbe County. TTTT Maldrow. rari irreeiand was tarown Irom a horse Wednesday and had his am broke. He was taken to Goodland to have the wound bandaged and dressed. Roy Robinson sold a calf to C. E. Payson Thursday. Mr. Graft, organizer for the Kansas Creamery company, was in this vicinity Saturday finishing up the business in connection with the skimming station at Brewster. There was a large crowd out to the oyster supper at Albert Lister's Friday evening. Games and music was indal ged in for a passtime, and a large am ount of oysters were disposed of, the result of which was that dark-brown taste in the mouth in the morning. Koy Freeland was the victim or. a mix-up with a pony and a hog Friday, and he came out of it with a badly skinned face and a swollen eye. Quite a number of people from this neighborhood attended the lecture at Brewster last Friday, given by Prof. Otis, of the state agricultural college, Manhattan. R. A. Smith was busy several days last week grading a...

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 October 1899

K lv I lJfs VJ $ y K V" ) M "! ii i ( a KlW tr ('IJ ! !; fi ,i ; ili' COUNTY uV Cv Li :'-o Uu vl- v v-w0 paper. FIFTEENTH YEAE. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1899. NO. 10. MOVING ON TAELAC. American Army Rapidly Closing in on the Rebel Capital. It Is Said Aguinaldo Hu 16,000 Troop Entrenched at That Place The Fall Campaign on In Earnest Tagal Surprise a Boat's Crew. Manila, Oct. 21. Gen. Lawton's col umn is establishing a base at San Isi dro. Launches and eascoes navigate the shallow Rio Grande with consid erable difficulty, but supplies; have been landed in the vicinity to be transported overland. Gen. Young- took San Isidro after several small running- fights out near Cabiao. Ths troops were out in the pouring- rain all day. The Twenty second infantry and Fourth cavalry, with Batson's Maccabees, formed Law ton's escort, and, with Taylor's bat tery, moved from Arayat to Cabiao over fearful roads, armored launches and commissary supplies getting- tip the river with great dif...

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 October 1899

Gooblanb "Republic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, Publisher. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1 00 Jmx months "O Three months i3 AdTertisicjf rates reasonable and liberal dis count jnven on extended contract. Entered at the PostcrEce ai Goodlaad, Kan for transmission through the mails, aj second elass mail matter. FEIDAY, OCTOEER 27. 1599. OCTOBER 1899. Sua. Tcs. Wd. It 6 12 9 23 10 13 4 M 18 19 20 21 i22 24 25 26 27 28 129 30 31 PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For County Clerk A. D. KUMMEL For County Treasurer E. W. ALBRIGHT For RenUter of Deeds SIMON AX For Sheriff WILLIAM WALKER, JR. For Surveyor D. A. LONG For Coroner S. BAUGHMAN For Commissioner, First District . D. W. DILLINGER DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Sheriff WILLIAM WALKER, JR. For County Clerk A. D. RUMMEL For County Treasurer E. W. ALBRIGHT For Register of Deeds SIMON AX For Surveyor D. A. LONG For Coroner S. BAUGHMAN For Commissioner. First District D. W. DILLINGER Mourning in the horae3 of the Eng lish and the Boers as the...

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 October 1899

' 1 SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY. the Mont !?uecef al One Ever Held la Sherman County. Last Sunday Sherman county held the most successful Sunday school rally in her history, in point of num bers, interest taken and size of the collection which is always a good in dication of the success of any meeting. The opening session at 10 o'clock a. m. wa3 held in the Christian church. The people kept coning until there was scarcely standing room. The after noon and evening sessions were held in the opera house. The state secretary, J. U. Engle, taught' the Sunday school lesson for the day in a manner which was sug gestive and helpful to the Sunday school teachers present. His address in the evening on "The Rights of Children" was an earnest, helpful ap peal to parents, guardians and teach ers, to gjard well the rights of God's little ones. The various papers and discussions were earnest thoughts from faithful, earnest. hearts. The music was inspiring and up-lifting. Much credit is due the choir of th...

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 October 1899

LITTLE THINGS. V."eil said an eastern sare that it U not On mociUisj bet on anthilla, that we trip. Needs but a grain to make the balance dip. Needs bnt a speck to make a nation rot; .led from the factory where hamaa thought Is fashioned for the service of the lip, AH power of leastn and sanse may slip At the supreme insistence of a dot. And true it is, ia spite of musty creeds. When at the dread'al jndirment ho-x we stand. To Lear and beed oar Maker's last command. Oar sole reliance will be little deed. The lovin? touch at which a lorn heart smiled. The cap of water civen to a child. Henry S. Webster, La the Boston Transcript. ...... . ............. ...g . ijiijiijiiji ij j n i i X '1 X 1 I till lilt i jfrom Over tbc County, ? voitaire IIenry Goin iaie a trip to Smith coanty last week on business. Otto Hamilton and Mr. Kesler were visitors at Mr. Verger's, southwest of town, last Sunday with several other neighbors. W. IL Lewis and family left for Smith county last Monday where 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. — 3 November 1899

7Y'h6 (OA K !i $ iTL'?Ai ljlO gf-icial FIFTEENTH YEAE. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1899. NO. 11. IS OUT OF POLITICS. Vice President Hcbart's Retirement frcm Official Life Is Announced. Whether or Xot He Recorert x m His Present Illness a Definite Statement ItlUde Tbat He Will Not Re tarn to Washington. New York, Nov. 1. Vice President Hobart, in the opinion of his physi cian, may survive for several days. Mr. Hobart this morning was still asleep and resting quietly in a natural slumber not induced by drug's. While Dr. Newton, the family phj-sieian, would not give out a detailed state ment as to his patient's condition, he said that Mr. Ilobnrt's nervous system GARRETT A. HOBART. was wrecked as a result of overwork and that his heart had suffered in the general breakdown. Mr. Hobart awoke at nine o'clock re freshed and feeling much stronger than yesterday. His puUe was firmer and he took considerable nourishment- He sat upon the edge of the "bed, chatted with Mrs. Hobart an...

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 November 1899

Gocblanb "Republic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J. II. STEWART, - - - Publisher. TESilS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1 CO fix months 50 Tnre months 25 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts siren on extended contracts. Entered at the Postoifice at Goodlaad. Kan., for transmission throujrn the mails, aa second clasa mail matter. FBIDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1S?9. in 26 NOVEMBER J 899. L':a. Tea. flat. Tfcx Frl. T2 3 6 7 89"lo 13 14 15 To" 77 20 22 23 24 27 2d7 2930 Sat if 4 ill 18 it 25? PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET. For County Clerk A. D. ECMMEL For County Treasurer E. W. ALBRIGHT For Register of Deeds SIMON AX For Sheriff WILLIAM WALKER, JR. For Surveyor D. A. LONG For Coroner S. BAUGHMAN For Commissioner, First District D. W. DILLINGER DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Sheriff WILLIAM WALKER, JR. For County Clerk A. D. RUMMEL For County Treasurer E. W. ALBRIGHT For Renter of Deeds SIMON AX For Surveyor D. A. LONG For Coroner S. BAUGHMAN ha3 been shown one such original let ter. When it is remembered 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. — 3 November 1899

BOTKIN'S SPEECH. The Ex-Co ngreo-rmn Greeted By a Good Audience A PowerJnl Address. Hon. J. D. Botkin, ex-congressman at large, spoke in the court house on Saturday afternoon to a good audience, lie treated the subject of finance, the trusts and the Phiilipines in a master ly manner. He is a thunderer on the etamp and, doubtless, is the most able political speaker in the state of Kan sas to-day. Ue spoke for over two hoars and the information conveyed, especially on the Phillipine question, was an eye-opener, lie was listened to with wrapt attention and was often interrupted by applause of the audi ence. The public documents produced on the Phillipine war revealed the policy of the present administration in a light which must make every pat riotic American blush with shame. Mr. Botkin ought to be on the stump in this state all this comiDg winter, to carry on this crusade of righteousness against iniquity. The anti-trust part of his speech was strong, but the anti imperialistic porti...

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 November 1899

j from Over tbc County. ! Ualetoo. No wondet John Baker mores about like a trotting horse it's a boy thi3 time. Mr. Richie has gone home, not lik ing the job of herding. D. A. Long has got a fine Shropshire sheep from the east. Peter Baker and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stone were visiting at Mr. Coop er's Sunday. Several fires have started along the railroad lately. The company should be compelled to burn fire guards along its right of way. We asked a person if there was any thing that had happened or was going to happen that would make an item for this column. JI replied that election next week was all the news known. Muldrow. A. II. Grimes returned from Denver Wednesday morniDg. Bert Wells lost a horse last Saturday from rattle snake bite. Air. and Mrs. F. P. Mewhirter return ed home Wednesday from Arvada, CoL, where they have been work ing on a ranch for nearly a year. Oa Thursday a large number of friends of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Mewhir ter gathered at their home and gave them a roya...

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 November 1899

(f 'rS fi i v1 iTU' r. n ; a N -5 o official FIFTEENTH YEAR. GOODLAND, KAKSAS, FEDOAY, KOYEMBEB, 10, 1899. NO. 12. r VERDICT OF THE IK Republicans Carry Ohio by a Great er Plurality Than McKialey Received Three Years Ago. KES3ASU AND MARYLAND DEMOCRATIC Bryan's State Gives an Increased Plurality Against the . Republicans Kentucky Probably Elect a Republican Iowa Re-Elected Got. Shaw Repullcant Gala In New York and New Jersey. Columbus. O., Nov. 8. The demo cratic state committee has no addi tional returns to-day and nothing1 to announce. It is understood that Mr. McLean may make a statement soon bearing' on the causes that brought about the result. Judge Nash, the governor-elect, has received many con- GEORGE K. NASH. gratulations, especially over carrying1 his own county of Franklin by over 2,000.' ' The county was carried by the democrats for governor by 1,300 two year ago. Chairman Dick to-day has revised his figures so as to claim from 53,000 to 60, 000 plurality for Judge Nash ...

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 November 1899

5obaian& IRepublf c OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER J. II. STEWART, - - - Pnbllsher. TEEM 3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One year $1 00 Six months 50 Three months 25 Advertising rates reasonable and liberal dis counts ?ivea on extended contracts. Entered at the Postorfiee at Goodlaud. Kan for transmission throug-ti the mail, as second elass mail matter. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1S29. I NOVEMBER 189?. t Sitf AS ASGL0-AKEBICA2T AGSZXME3TT. According to the New York World although ther9 is no Anglo-American treaty, yet there is an areemement amounting to the force of a common law marriage, minus ceremony and cer tificate, to stand by England. The de partment of state has leaked a little. This government will stand by Great Britain to prevent any intervention of European powers in the war with the Transvaal republic, this in return for a similar service rendered by England in the Spanish-American war. This is not all. The United States will demand the open door" to our trade in China, and, if necessary, take...

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 November 1899

I USION TICKET WINS. Fcfjp Out cf the Seven Candidates Go to the Fusionists. Eammel and "Walker Lad the Ticket, Crrjins Both the Town and Coun try Vote Dillincer Elected Com m Us loner Br 29 Majority. The election Tuesday in Sherman county brought out a good rote, and the stay-at-homes were less than U3ual. The total vote wa3 713, accord- J to unofficial returns, while last" year the total vote cast wa3 GTS. Prob ably there were 73 voters in the county who did not get to the polls, and the vote in town was CO less than the reg istration. Quite a number of railroad men being out on the road did not get in to vote. The day was fine and the unusual interest in the success of certain can didates, especially for sheriff, called out a large vote. In the evening a bulletin board was put up in the Sharp building and a large crowd awaited returns until after midnight. All but three townships reported and these came in early the following morning. There was some celebrating and re- j i I to h...

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 November 1899

WHEN OL' AUNT SALLY GRAY WOULD SINS. When I was jest a kid aa' went To chare h, beeanse I had to go, I'd set there sort o reverent With ma cp ia the Amea row. It seemed a rather bitter cap To set there doia' not thing But get, bat it'd wake rne nj When ol Aunt Silly Gray 'd sing I She had a voice. I bet d reach From earth to Lea Tea ta' back again A sort o' loud triumphant acreech Enough to skeer the hosts o' aia ! That ol' bnck meetia house jest seemed With gospel melody to ring. An' strains o glory 'round us gleamed When ol Aunt Sally Gray 'd sing ! The bretheria ta' sisters tried To drown her voice, bat over all The eurgin, rollia anthem tide You'd hear her loud scpranner squall. On Jordan's stormy banks she'd stand. An simply to the cross she'd cling ! I tell yon now it beat the band When ol' A ant Sally Gray d sing ! She'd wish fur O ! a thousand tongues To sing her great Redeemer's praise. An' yet it seemed to strain her lungs To feed the one she had ; she'd raise Her voice ab...

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