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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1891

: ! - : ' i : I I ; ; I v.ir 1 lie oogLL THE aKE5029XE?S PAETT P APER. VOLUME VL NUJHBE& XI. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 6, 1891. 5150 PER YEAR. mm m a h - i 1 iV I-" 3 t f.T . tci i iTirtrr OR! The People's Party Get Five Out of Eight The bporfut 02iw Filled hj People'i Piriy Cudidatfi The Opposition Cnn, Dot What Aboat If Hard to Tell The Alliance la Still oa Earth and a Terj Urelj Corp Son Flrarr. The election in Sherman count passed off quietly although there wn the deepest Interest possible taken in the result. It vras a hand to hand conflict, (to use the military figure) and it was long foreseen thnt the cam paign this fall would end in one of the closest aud most hotly contested elections a that Kt.usas has seen for many years. The old parties had determined to break down the people's party move ment, if possible, and so they would combine to accomplish this end. The patronage of We general governruept, the patronage of the state, the power of corporations, the fu...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1891

tTKWIBr Oh Pvklltlitn. GOODLAND. KAXSAS. KANSAS NEWS. Items of Interest from All Fart of the State Riley county is shipping thousands f bushels of applet east this fall. The Kansas Mutual life association will remove from Hiawatha to Topeka. The demand for cars still exceeds the supply on every railroad ia the state. The Presbyterian college at Em poria, has just cancelled a debt of $35, 000. Englewood, Clark county, will market fifty tons of broom corn this year. Salina enrried of the first prize and Lawrence the second in the tennis con test. The Women's llelief Corps at Mc Pherson has presented two line & ag9 to the schools of that city. W. M. Jenkins of Arkansas City has been appointed superintendent of the Indian scools at Asbeville, N. C. A ten-ncro vineyard near Abilene, though but four years old, will yield fully twelve tons of grapes of good size and shape. Dancing classes are being formed all over the state. If there ever was a time when Knnsans were in a better dancin...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1891

t)ark Darrell's Bride. CHArCZH XL CONTIXUrD. ' "TTo, Roland." Tbe gtrl colored deep, iy, aud bcr eyes felt ! atn sorry about yesterday. 1 don't want tomikt excuses. I did not Ux-gtl my promlae to you." "You need not apologlar," returned ber ousin, declining the proffered baud. l know why you broke your proml.e; and It 4a aot wortu wuile to ask whether jour -ether promise mad be Tore I aaid .food-bye to you tbe other night or arter. ward." "Other promise 1 What do you mean?' aid the girt haughtily. I made no other promise. I weut out to avoid you; that U tbo pUIn truth nothing more." "Very well, then; I wronged you," an swered Roland, wbo did not doulit bis you cf couaiu's truth. If Ima bad made -an appointment with Darrell, she might have refused to anawer questions; but she , would never stoop to an untruth. "I thought you bad promised Sir 1'hllip Dar rell to meet blm; for you were witu blm. You were seeu walking along the rood with blm." "What then" said lima. "Is that so very new...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1891

Tiie Goodland Republic. J L STEWART, Eiilor tad Pcblisher. Published Every Friday. S1.50 PER YEAR, Entered t the Tostofflce at Goodland, Kmumu. u econd-rlM Mail-Mmtter. THE FARMER'S RIGHTS. There are certain, rights which calm, fair judgment will accord to the farmer, even though it may be judgment t some one who is not pleased wilh all that the farmer does. Th farmer has been drifting toward independent political ictron more and more, and natnrally this does not please the partisan, who in his anger may not stop to think that the pro ducers of the county have suffered real wrongs, and that these wrongs ought to be redressed. It is all folly for our great city partisan dailies to Leep harping upon eood crops. In the first place it will require more than one good crop to enable the farmer to square himself after all his years of misfortune, and hence those who think that the farmer's political ereed begins and ends with his pocket Look, will find that even with burst ing graiu bins a...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1891

DOX'T CHEW. Oi ill t Beadles, um!ni thing Which man prcaaraM to do, I think Indeed the ngUesi one Li to tobaeco chew. It may be he was mCe to mill ; Bat this continual grind, TVaa aearcaly nature' fraod intent - In fashioning mankind. II It bad been, then, lite the klne, 8ome seif-auffleientend Bad been provided for the want, Both Innocent and good. Bat, a It U, we all discern ' A mot prsverted plan. The grinding of the weed alone Degenerate the man. I do bhor It, to be plain. And speaking through the pen, I wUh to ear to every boy It donl make genUeinan, Oh, that the weed would cease to grow. That some cyclone or blight Would weather up Its noiseme leaves A nd stop the trade outright 1 There's one thing, boys, that you can do, Set no new mills to work, I bid you labor, heart and band, But this bad grinding nhrink. S1LYKK FOR EXPORT. Iondon Takes the Opportunity to Lay la Her Supply. The New York Post of October 28 ay: "Heavy export orders for silver were placed in New York yesterda...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1891

A LOVESICK C1RU Let me come back: If t me come back to' tbeel I know the place Is emy that I left. Without thy loreiny i-oul is alt berett; And are thy joy complete away Irom nie? Speed, speed the nesa;e o'er the distance Xhat lengmeu on ueiweea wj ucirt inu mine; Grant nie the pealing calm, the blithe- some wine . Tht-t shall auge my tout's dire lonliness. What morrow brings It? Ah, wfir away The nearest morrow while alone 1 wait, Kxiled from thee without the Eden irate; O, bing to me the summoning song today! The song! Yea, sweeter tlian the drowsy hum Of yellow-belted bees. If short or long. If but one golden di'tich, yet a son. And still a song if but the sole word, Come! Xxt me come back! O all of life to me Is loutid within the g ad circumference Ol the sweet sylable that bid me hence. From alien ways, Irom banishment, to thee. To pnt away my pride of heart and sue For my Hid pl-e toiniporiuneand weep, I only tliN: "Deep ceiling unto deep. A tremulous blossom thirsting lor the...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1891

, . "Ari&ust 99 ower "I have been afHict- BHIousnoss, ed with biliousness , "and constipation Constipation... for fifteen years; Stomach first and thea another prepara- Palns. " tion was suggested " to me and tried but ' to no purpose. At last a friend " recommended August Flower. I took it according to directions and " its effects w ere wonderful, reliev 44 ing me of those disagreeable " stomach pains which I had been "troubled with so long. Words "cannot describe the admiration "in which I hold your August " Flower it has given n:e a netv " lease of life, which before was a " burden. Such a n:edicine is a ben "efaction to humanity, and its good "qualities and wonderful raer- Jesso Darker, ;.. - t. .. i a v. 3 U U 1 11 V. "made known to "everyone suffer ing with dyspep "si ior biliousness Printer, Humboldt, Kansas. a G. GREEN. Sole Maa fr.VooJbiin .N.I. 8ICKHEADffl.H.3 thrae Little PilK. fc, Tty al- 'tl.rte 1 'il tf from !! tIlIu fl E-tliSk'. A trfrtrer:l txly for ri7-.n.-i..ii...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 6 November 1891

Now have The GooiW Republic. J. H STEWART, Editor and Publisher. GLEANINGS. Did jou get your hat torn, lira. Percival hap gone east to spend the winter. J. W. Hedges ia quite ill with ty phoid fever, i Elmer Deupree is now baggageman at the depot. Thcro will be Bervice at the court house Sunday. Dr. T. J. Rush is off ou oue of his tlentists tours. C. F. Letson of Atchipon, Kas., was here Tuesday. Miss M." McCollough returned Sun Jay from Denver. W. F. Tapper of Chariton, la,, was Lere Wednesday. Ned Darling has been laboring on ihe Pony" this week. John A. Nye left Goodland Thurs day for Cambridge, DL S. W. Aughenbaugh of St. Joe, Mo., was in town Wednesday. F. P. Butterfield of Bucyrons, O., was in town Wednesday. Notice the advertisement of Mrs. Uodgkinson, the milincr. J. B. FultoD of Norton, Kas., was at the Grier house Wednesday. Rev. Jones will deliver a sermon to youug men next Sunday night. There war no school on Monday on account of the engine being broke. S. XV. Crosby of ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 November 1891

V r I h I St if VOLUME VI. NUMBER XTT. GOODLAND, KANSAS FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13. $1.50 PER YEAR. 11 i biiCo i e U r THEY MADE IT RAIN The Ust Test Mt& Pwts a Crilifjfcg Success. T fJdlnd ArtlaU Captare UelUIi Tfc xperiant at Tempi, Texas, a 8a eea TVe TTUardt to Experiment t SeTend Other riaeea. Tkmplc, Tex.. Nor. 8. Last Tues day four men, headed by E. F. Murphy, president of the Kansas Artificial Kaln company, arrived in Temple. They came to experiment with tLeir new secret process for pro ducing rain. They procured a house Chat suited them, and with their implements and materials at once v-t to work. Their proves is kept secret. There wits nothing to indicate that the rainmakers were at work except f u gestire blazes of purple and blue which issued at night from a hole in the roof of the house. They worked 11 the time. At first they announced tlrat the atmospheric condition was unfavorable, and that is must be souie lays before rain could be produced. Thursday afternoon Murphy sa...

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 November 1891

SIjc (SooDlmtD Republic 8TKWAHT O., Publishers. GOODLAND, KANSAS. KANSAS NEWS. Items of Interest from the State. All Part of Arkansas City is organizing a stato tnllilia company. Barber county is making laudable exertions to appear well at the world's fair. Charles Marvin, the trainer of Sunol. used to live at Olathe, where he train ed Smuggler. Some one entered the Odd Fellows lodge room at Arkansas City recently and stole their bible. Atchison lawyers in tho absence of anything else to file, re tiro to the back yard and file tbeir saws. A party of Topeka capitalists have purchased "The Lake' near 1-awrenee. Tbe Lake" is the Sat alopa of Douglas county. Tho Troy Chief snys that this is the first year that tho newspapers have raised less grain than the farmers have harvested. The ChcrryviLIo Kepubliean says one of the horses rent from hero took first premium at the state fair at Salem, Oregon."1 expert testimony seems to be con clusive that Kansas Central trains are compelled to run...

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 November 1891

Dark DarrelFs Bride. CS1RU U-CDTTCrUED. (Om mi late UUjri fancied be could see a tbm viid of lue jiilJ, mm ou watr laX ana wlLli despairing r;e lures ; suit Ucrs staid be must t muutao, a Js0 and Zepa llesUxj bad left tue Jiiil 1mi since. But present I sotae oue aaw tote face ud recojniZctl llaua IkMlella. Alotse la Utal awful prUou, death rising her foot t7 k( lima feiiclt aud trteu -o iray; out iter beart would liu to iiita whose m ab wuuid see im ttsore. Deata wsl aU terror; sue u Herself wuiried 4WIJ ia lie OotUug flood, aud sue did uot eknuder at tbe picture, ltoiaud was lor 40110. But Ftoiiip, wiio wwuld uie for aer U ho siouid yet hear of her fats asad strive to reacu her? but cried aloud la Ua aaguisa of tuat fear, aod Uelore Xb eclse ui taat cry had died away sue uad pruu( to her feet, aud her heart teemed to a laud still wiiuiu her lor the loouu eboue fortu upou a single borseuian struf 4lias Wilis lue aukr waters. CnirTit XII. Zeph Ileafon was passionate and vindic tive; ...

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 November 1891

.The Goodland Republic. J. fl. STEWART, Editor tad Publisher. Published Every Friday. $1.60 PER YEAR, Entered at the Postofilee at OoodUod, Kansas, aa second-riaM Mail-Matter. THE RETURNS. The election returns show that the people party carried in seventeen counties in Kansas and that in many more it was partially successful and in others defeated. Now it has been remarked that the back of the people's party is broken and that it will cut little figure in 1892. Let all who are of this opinion keep on thinking so and act accord ingly. It is worthy of remark that the political pendulum swings to and fro. Last year there was a sweeping vic tory for the allianae, this year there is a temporary defeat that has very little political significance. The county offices and a few judgeships were at stake. Out of the twelve judgeships the peoples party elected two, the democrats two and the re publicans, by a fusion with the demo crats in maay places, elected the bal ance of eight. It might be ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 November 1891

THE LIGHT BRIGADE. Ta Fassews Charge mf the nix Han drew, at Balaklara. The charge of th Light Brljrde. In tbe battls of Balaklvv. In tbe Crimea, was the nwt beroJc charge. In mil the & . 1 . - m a iDOn snnais 01 msiory m ar inti car nage. Tbe stirring and disastrous inci dent envoked the famous purm by Ixnl Tennjwii. England poet-laureate, whicb U familiar lo everybody. James White. r-idlug at Brownstown, eight miles southwest of Upper Sandukv.,0.. Is a survivor of that terrible and fatal harge. He is a Hut old mn of about TO tear, with jrrar hair and beard, and lias a tScolcu dialect In hi speech. He ! quite sensatlve regarding tbe charge f the Light Brigade and would rather not talk about it. faring that a mention of It revive most horrible memories. Ill dcr Ipt Ion of the charge Is remar kably corroborative of the minute! detail of all wri'.er on this subject, and Klngiake d.es not draw a more vivid picture of tbe surging hoof of cavalry steeds and tbe fatal thunder of tbe b...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 November 1891

THE FARM AND TOME. BEGIN NOW TO USE BUSINESS METHODS ON THE FARM. T1e Otlf Way to Be Bare It Fars-Ove-r Fmttd Heat la Caprofitable Sheep Pointers and Hoose netd Hint. Baslasss Method oi the rirn. With all the exhortations to farmers to make greater use of business meth ods on the farm, we see very few of them explaining how such methods should be applied, or wherein they would be specially valuable. Gener alizing is not the best way to make truths plain. To come down to the root of the matter at once, let me ask the readers how be Is to know whether his hogs, his poultry or his cows pay him a profit If he feeds each class of these animals from the same grain bins? The oows may be making a profit on their feed, and thus conceal ing a deficit that oomes from unprofit able hogs and hens. Or. the cows and hens may be concealing the fact that the hogs are running in debt to the farm. It is the same with other kinds of stock, when all are fed from a common quantity of feed stuffs. Occa si...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 November 1891

OP5 ENJOY Bo& the matbod and result when Bjrnp of Fin U taken; it i pleasant 1M refreshing to the taste, i.d acta rentlj jet prompt j on the Kidneja, LdTer and Bowel, cleanse the j tem effectual j, dipel cold, head aches and ferer and care habitual onrtipation. Sjrup of Fiji is the enlj remedy of it a lad erer pro duced, pleading to the tacte as a ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in It action and trulr beneficial in its effect, prepared on! j from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its man jr excellent qualities com mend it to all and hare made it the most popular rem if known. Syrup 01 Figs is for mle in COc and i bottle br all leading drug gist. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it prompt! for mnj one who wishes to try it. Do cot accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG STBUP CO. LOUISVILLE. Mf. krw tQ&K. ftX, "German yrup" ForThroat and Lungs " I have been ill for Hemorrhage "about five years, "have had the best Five Years, "medical ad...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 13 November 1891

Now have their stock complete and ask an inspection of state. LOWER PRICES given on good goods than any HOME EVENTS- How the Township. Toted. From the official returns it appears that out of thirteen townships, seven elected people's party officers; four independent; and two non partisan candidates on a compromise ticket. In Itasca township, which is credited to the independents, two officers. Township treasurer, A. G. Patrick, and constable, W. C. Johnston were on both tickets, and one justice, G. L. Calvert, had no opposition as the people's party candidate, G. B Shook, had withdrawn, and Mr. Calvert being a people's party man was unanimously supported by the people's party; so that really the straight independents elected one trustee, clerk, justice and constable. The official returns only show a few changes, and raises the majority of Dr. E. E. Burwell, coroner, 5. and lowers Frank Hopkins, for state sen ator, 3 votes. This is a good showing, and speaks well for the vigor and en...

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 November 1891

- ? i y - , Tile I : . ' .... lOl U. 1 1 ' ' 'Re iiiM5 i I- ' f - l!; i i'l IS ' i r II. if' f - : 1 I VOliUME VI. NUMBER XfTT. PAUPER PENSION LAW The Partlssm Howl From the MOnuid Old Patry to the Th PemtlM Mt a ClaXi f tbe Geren meat tt Holder, 1m t a Cl-laa r Um Sold e the CTernmMt.. The Kansas City Jdornal of Nore ru ber 15, in an article dated Tcpeka, Norember la, and marked special has, a dose of uh on tbe head of "Lsons -of tae Peru km Ageaej." It assume that tbe republican partj it the goreTasnent, and that tbe jxb aloner is a beneficiary of the govern ment, and that ft is a case of bate ingratitude for a pensioner to Tote for any other party. It Is dificaltto undents nd how sach rot should into what is con sidered a respectable Journal, and he gWen a front page leader; and only shows to what straiU the partlsaa penny-a-liners are put lot arguments to keep the old soldiers In line with the Moloch of taonopoly called the g. o. p. In the first place the government is of the pe...

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 November 1891

dijc CJooDianD He public BTKfrAHT ., PoWUkfrt. GOODLAND. - KANSAS. KANSAS NOTES. Saudi New Items from Over the State. T. N. Mashall of Parker is feeding 500 sheep. . Court house ring will take a few months' ret after Tuesday. The Y.M-CA. of Concordia dedicat ed iu new building last Sunday. Marion claims the finest Knights of Pythias lodge room in. the state. The Moffet boys rjof Harper have own 100 acres of wheat this fall. Coffeyville claims to hare the best male quartette in southern Kansas. The nrettiest girl in Lawrence is named Smith. She should change it. Apples were selling at Holslead last week at from 15 to 2a cents a bushel. The Garden City Imprint got a fine crook neck squash on subscription last week. Fall wheat is up and looking well. There is a flno showing for a -good crop. At Emporia the papers tell of a fool ish young man who "got his collar bone broke." lien Cox, of Artesian, Mead county, shipped three cars of fat cattle to Kan sas City last week. The firm of Waugh...

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 November 1891

66 ugriist- MONKEYS AND TROCHES. I flower There Is a gratle Oyspps!a. man at Malden-on- the-Hndson, N. Y., ftamed Captain A. G. Pareis, vvho has written us a letter in which it Is evident that he has made tip his ! tsind concerning some things, and . this is what he says: j "I have used your preparation railed August Flower in my family for seven or eight years. It is con- : rtantly in my house, and we consider '. tt the best remedy for Indigestion, ! and Constipation we Indigestion, have ever used or known. My wife is troubled with Dyspepsia, and at times suffers very much after eating The August Flower, however, re lieves the difficulty. My wife fre fuently says to ne when I am going to town, 'We are out Constipation of August Flower, and I think you had ; better get another bottle.' I am also troubled with Indigestion, and when ever I am, I take one or two tea tpoonfuis before eating, for a day or two. and all trouble is removed." $ THa) Aspirin Simian Not to Ba Out don. , i As I...

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 November 1891

Tho Republic. J 1 STKWAAT. Edfor tsi FftH&a. published Every Friday. S1.50 PER YEAR, ' Koteml at tb Poatoffloa at Goodland, Jvansas. as second-class 3tH-Matter. PRESIDENTS PROCLAMATION. The president' has issued hia proc lamation for Ue objerrance of ThankngWing day to be held Thurs day, November 25. The text, of the document is both gramatically in--volved, and rhetorically clumsy. The Impression convey es that tb writer 'was either mentally or mot ally m harassed. ' ' It says that "it is a very glad in- wfeaesseAin the city of Washington, D.Ctiane 4, 1891. Ajnewsboy, wheee mother was a widow, jnraped on a Pennsylvania, avenue cat to sell papers, near! the Peace monument which stands jost in front tbecapitol grounds.! j The conductor 'pushed him off and a, ar closely following ran over ' the 1 little fellow's eg and body mangling him horribly. lie was taken to tho hospital and died in three hours. re and will tad tbi kis do!f parea utt no more ikm tfceirs, though tho dollar of ...

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