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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 19 August 1892

land Rep OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Advertise in the Republic. AND SHERMAN COUNTY FARMER. VOLUME VI. NUMBER 61. GOODLAND, KANSAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 19, 1892. $1.50 PER YEAR. Good EbliCo 1 116 Why do you Subscribe For a Newspaper? To get information of course; the more valu able the information; the more you value the paper. Here's Newa, Important News, and It will pay you To Read and Remember. 1 Great Clearing Sole In wash goods we offer Brandenburg Doth at - - - Oflp Former price 25c. Llama Cloth at 1 01 Former price 15c. Pongee Cloth at 1 9V Former price 15c. A2 Chatties at (? Former price 7c. uu Lawns it-- ((, Former price 7c. UV Zephyr Olnghnma at - 1 Ol , 1 Kn Former price 15 to 20c. 10 A Large Line of Harvesting Qlovea just received; will be sold very Low Dawson Bros. & Co. THE Our ware is nmdis rf the highest KradelX and IXX tin, and bv the most skillful workmen, and is pro tected from rusting ty a patent gal va ia disc in the bottom of each ar ticle See American Enbyclopedia, V...

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. — 19 August 1892

I I i Ik WW Repnblic. led Skrim tfennty Farmer. QOODLAND. KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY J. H. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. $V50 PER YEAR, Entered at the fostofflce at Goodland, Kansas, rb second-rust Mail-Matter. PEOPLE'S TICKET. rort hiubidkxt: JAMES B. WEAVER, - - - - Iowa. fob vicb-pbesidert: J. 0. FIELD, - - - - Virginia. State Ticket. fob oovebnob: L. D. LEWELLINO, - Sedgwick County. FOB LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: PERCY DANIELS, Crawford County. FOKSI0CI1ETABY OF 8TATKI R.S.OSHORX, - - - - Rooks County. FOB STATE ADDITOB: VAN P. PRATI1ER, - Cherokee County. FOB ATTORNEY GENERAL! JOHN T. LITTLE, - Johnson County. FOB STATE TREASURER! W. H.B1DDLE, - Butler County, FOB SUPERINTENDENT tUBMC IKSTRUC. H.M. GAINES, - - - - SallnoCounty. TO ASSOCIATE justice: STEPHEN TI. ALLEN, Linn County. Ton congbessman-at-lakok: "W. A. HARRIS, - Leavenworth County. FOB CONGRESSMAN SIXTH DISTRICT! WILLIAM RAKER, - Lincoln County. FOR STATE SENATOR: J. J. GRIEBLE. .... Rooks County, General James W....

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. — 19 August 1892

ASTORY OF BLOOD. BT II. B. BRADDOS. CnAPTKH XL CONTINUED. I She saw the long files of Insurgent prison ers led along tho streets, fastened together by their elbows, with lowered heads, still fierce mid shuddering from the bloody hat tle guarded by a cordon ot soldiers. Sho saw tho exasperated crowd flinging Itself savagelyupon these victims of their leader's folly, trying to break through the cordon of soldiers, the women more furious than the men, striking at the prisoners with their fltnbrellns, crying, "Death to the assassins! To the fire with the Incendiaries I" When some jwor panting wretch, exhanst d by fttt gue, tottered and ell, and was picked up by the gendarmes and put In one of tho vehicles ot relief which followed tho convoy, there was a howl of fury from the oiob: "No, no," they cried, "shoot him oa the pot!" ' And as the dismal train passed through the villages, on the quiet country roads, there was the same chorus of insults and execrations, a torture that knew no ces...

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. — 19 August 1892

81,e gooDlmtD gepubltc Br J. STKWAKt SON. CpODLAND, KANSAS. KANSAS NOTES. Short itenii of Interest J-'ront Parti of I lie State. All Topeka is to have another paper iemocratla La politico. Topeka Is infested by a gang of footpad and burglars. Wichita claims to be becoming a traveling men's headquarters. The recent heavy rains throughout central and southern Kansas, Insures good corn. John T. St. John opened the cam paign for the prohibitionists at Tope ka Monday. C. W. Tompler, a young man ol Hutchinson, wan drowned while bath ing near Choeney, Friday last. Gon. Jin. W. Donver, who died nt Washington, Aug. 9th, was the lust territorial govornor'of Kansas. The young ladies of Lyons quarrel over whoso nose is tho longest. The champion length so far found la 4 J Inches. I have a lirst-clnss newspaper plnnl, and doBiro to establish a paper In a good live town. Persons Interested will please address, Publisher, liox 1508, Lincoln, Nob. Bill Johnson of Kansas City, Kan., has been arrested...

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. — 19 August 1892

TROOPS IS CHARGE. NEW YORK MILITIA IN THE EUF FALO RAILROAD YARDS. STERN MEASURES RESORTED TO, Cvnirml -Uo?l-By That- When the t'lonul Guard I Ordered Out at Mld nlsht They Mean to Shoot Freight Traffic Almostsst a Standstill Miners and Guard Battle at Oliver Springs, Tenn. the question of responsibility to be settled nerearter. The three furnaces operatea oy uie Tennessee Coal, iron ana uuuruuu com nam-, at South Pittsburg, eraploy inL' 'Ml" men, banked their fires this morning ana win roi rubumo w uifair.-t between the company and state are settled. Tho South Pitts burg I'ipe works have also fdiut nown for the present, as they are dependent upon the Tennesse? i-oai coiuy-iuy w coke. Jersey Workmen. With Homesteader. Tbk.nto.v, N. J.. Aug. 17. At a meet ing last nigHt the State Federation of Trades passed resolutions denouncing the Carnegie company for its treat ment of its men, extending; sympathy to the louked-out men and indorsing the appeal of the National Federation officials....

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. — 19 August 1892

"August mil 99 lower I had been troubled five months with Dyspepsia.. I had a fullness after eating, and a heavy load in the pit of my stomach. Sometimes a deathly sickness would, overtake me. I was working for" Thomas McHenry, Druggist, Allegheny City, Pa., in whose employ I had been for seven years. I used August Flower for two weeks. I was relieved of all trouble. I can now cat things I dared not touch before. I have gained twenty pounds since my re covery. J. D. Cox.Allegheny, Pa. St " ' 'w!U U A Owm Colli. CiojU, Ion Throat, Cicip. Ic9snit, watipti Omth. 3ioa:MUa ml iitbat. a eiti!i cut fa Saimaasioals Int ml a nri nlltf la id ruiti iujh. 0n t not. To 13 om tbi noiUtst dirt attar taMsf tit 8tit doit. Cold br in'M nuj vkan. Litre tattU SO owe il il 00. Xjusrooxiisr BUSINESS HOUSES. THE ON 14 MICE Cash Dry Goods House , OF XbXlller 3 Xilxio, IJJ to 13D 8. J'.leveulli 8t. Semi fgr catulogite. WO. 4'iiiihIiiIihiii, CommlKHion Mer- chant, llutter, Iigga, Poultry, I'ruit, Veg etable!...

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. — 19 August 1892

B Money payable before if you Wish. For five years on farm or city property, one-fifth of principle payable annually, or Can be paid quarterly. For ten years on farm or city property, one-tenth of principal payable annually, or can be paid quarterly. On city property, principal and interest payable monthly, can be paid oft as fast as you wish, part or all at any timei We have it to loan Hostetter & Haller. Call and get our Terms. Terms: MBWjnniwBr For one to six months on any good security. For one year on farm or city property. For five years on farm property, CLEANINGS- . Dr. Shelly of Katiorado, was In town Sun day. Elmer Mourning is clerking In the Palutie again, Ella 0 raven of Odell, Neb., was In the city on AloDcluv. J. L. Flnley of St: Francis, was In town on Wednesday, W. H. Winters, son of M. Winters Is visit bis father here. A. C. Bower of Kanorado, was In tnj me tropolis Sunday. Edward Hulls of St. Joe, Mo., was In the metropolis Monday. A. C. Revnoliln has a new por...

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. — 19 August 1892

DELINQUENT TAX LIST Sherman County, Kansas First Publication August $, 1892. LIST OF THE REAL ESTATE lubjwl to Solo For. the Tbxm a. Charges Thereon. Om E OP CoCNTV TRBASOmtR, 1 shkrman County, Kansas. J Notice la hereto given that so much of rich tract of land or town lots described in the following lint an may he necessary for t at purpoie! will, on the firs Tuesday of September, A. 1)., 1892, and the next sue Ceding days, be sold by me at public trwn- County 'f reasttrcr. WAniNOTO.M Towssniv. w.... ne nHnw nHne. nXnw 7 8 ne iw e tie nw ne sw.. wKsw. ie 8W.. nw..-. .11) ...14 ...15 ...22 ...23 . .22 ...22 ...22 ..28 K M 88 K8 88 38 38 38 38 88 38 38 88 38 a T R swsc(bal)22 8 38 sc....... ...24 8 38 w 26 8 3H swne 27 8 38 ene 27 8 88 nwne(bal)27 8 88 81 8 38 cXse 83 8 38 se 84 C. 38 ne 8 8 38 nw 27 8 38 ne 6 9 88 nw M 9 88 sw 18 9 38 w 11 9 88 ne.. sc.. nw. .27 8 88 sw .31 8 89 se .36 8 89 nw UKANT TOWNSHIP .39 8 89 .34 8 81 .88 8 89 nw nw. nw. nw ne.. nw. nw. ne.. ne.. HI'.. sw.. ...

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. — 26 August 1892

he Ret OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. UDllC. Advorttco in the Republic AND SHERMAN COUNTY FARMER. 7 s& c VOLUME VI. NUMBER 52. GOODLAND, KANSAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 26, 1892. $1.60 PER YEAR. Why do you Subscribe For a Newspaper? The Government From 1700 to 1878 Coined Silver at It Does Gold and Time wr Good. To get 1 . Information of course; tte more valu able th information; the more you value the paper. Hera'a Nawa, Important Nrwa, and it will paTTQU Tp Read and Remember- : : ; - Kbit Would Happen If Silver was Placed lu Its old Position Ou a Parity with Gold. Great Clearing Sale of Summer Goods Ik wash goods we. offtr Brandenburg Cloth at -Former price 35c. Llama Cloth at - - - -Former price I5c. fongee Cloth at - - - -Former price I5e. CbalUe at - Former prlot 7e. Lawns st Former price 7o. 20c I2lc I2c Cc Cc Zephyr OliiKhstua at - 1 OI tn 1 Kn Former price 15 to 20c 1 Eiabreilered Brtai FlosEtlsgs At 30 per cent, oft of former price. Firisftli acd I'sikHns At greatly reduced price. MtVi ...

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 August 1892

- MsMMwswisMtMwdMsww i c!L 0) 1 d I -41 15,000 Wortli of Clothing;! Is 0 UR Immense Now Fall and Winter Lines of Clothing, Cloaks, Shoes and Gents' Furnishings are now on the way. Wait for them. A. & Q. WITTELSHOFEI. u hi L mmmmmm ,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,, jmmmmmmmtmmmmmmm , -in -n-ninniLiiiin n l imiw in iii j 1 1 i iwwintfM The Mm MM 1 id Sbernu Coafitf F&ratr. 3JODLAJtL. - KAHSAS. Friday. published Every BY J. 1. STEWART, Editor and Potlifar. 81.60 PER YEAR, htm nnrirhln that the white man in bound to, respect." This went Into history, bo did the war. The present italui of united labor is eimilisr. "That nnited labor has no rights that eapltal is bound to respect." II the American people allow this verdict to stand unchallenged, look out for war. Entered at the Postofflee at Ooodland, Xansai, as second-class Mail-Matter. PEOPLE'S TICKET. roit riiKHiiiiHT: JAMES B. WEAVER, - - - - Iowa. fob vige-PBitsiDBUT: J. 0. FIELD, - - Ylrfilnfn. tote Ticket. ron governor: L. D. LEWELLING, - S...

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 August 1892

X MOW- IN SESSION. THE SUPREME LODCE OF THE KN1CHTS OF PYTHIAS. WELCOIED BY KANSAS CITY. Cov. Francln, Major Cowherd, Major Wurner and Othpm Ilrllvcr AildrcHse I"liitM About th Supreme Body The (ireut I'nr.'idn u (irand tucceHH (.mr-rul Cnt'ici. h:iu'i lieport. Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 21. The seventeenth session o tho supreme lodge of the Knights of Pythias of the world began its session to-day m Scottish Kite hull. In the preliminaries leading up to the formal opening of the first session were included a reception to the supreme lodge at the Grand opera house and addresses of welcome by Mayor Cowherd, Governor Francis, Major Warner, and by digni taries high in the order of Pythian brotherhood. The public reception concluded, a short inarch to the hall was ma. I and promptly at the hour appointed every member of the supreme lodge, all the supreme representatives and the su preme chancellor, who temporarily will wield the gavel until hi;, successor shall be chosen, were in their place...

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 August 1892

Both tie method and results when Byrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasant and refreshing to the tote, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses tho By tem effectually, dispels colda, hoad ichea and fevers and euros habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs h tho only remedy or ila kind over pro duced, pleasing to tho taste and no ceptable to the Btomncli, prompt in ila action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from tho most healthy and ngrccablo uubstancea, its many excellent qualities commend it to all and havo roado it tho mo3t popular remedy known. fciyrup of Figs 'u for salo in 50c and $1 bottles by nil lcailing drug gists. Any reliable) druggist who may not bavo it on band will pro cure it promptly for any ono who wishes to try it. Lu not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. SAM FRANCISCO, CAL, Louisville, nr. utvi ronx, n.i. 'August Flower" I have been troubled with dyspep sia, but after a fair trial of August Flower, am freed ...

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. — 26 August 1892

ASTORYOF BLOOD. BT M. I. BBADDOJt. CHAPTEB XI. CONTINUED. "What a woman that Is, that sister-in-law of yours!" said Durand's artist-friend, the graybeard who had been one of tho wit nesses at the double' wedding. "That face would be magnificent for Jael or Judith, for Charlotte Corday or Salammbo. That irl Is capable of anything stranga or heroic or deadly. She has the tenacity of arVidsklu." Dnrand smiled a sad incredulous smile. "Poor child, how little you know her P he answered. "You clever men are so easily led away by a fancy. Kathleen Is one of the gentlest souls I know. She adored her husband, and her'grief a', his death has turn ed her a little here," pointing to his fore head. "But she is incapable of any violent act" "She Is capable of a great crime In a great cause, as Charlotte Corday was; the gentlest of souls, she, till she took the knife in her hand to slay him whom she deemed the scourge of iier country. I am not led away by fancies, Durand. Faces are open pages to t...

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. — 26 August 1892

qe gjoMttttd gtynbticisTRIKKRS MED 01 By J. H. STEWART Sc SON. GOODLAND, KANSAS. All ex- KANSAS NOTES. Bliort llcina of Interest I'rom Paris of tlio State. Kansas City, Kan., is greatly ciieu over the practices of a pair ol -reeping oms. " I have a first-class newspaper plant, and desire to establish a .p;ipcr in a f )od live town, Persons interested will please address, Publisher, JJoa 1508, Lincoln, Neb. Prof. James Lawhead, territorial auditor ana superintendent of public instruction Oklahoma, died recently. He had been a prominent educator nil Lis life and had held many prominent positions in Kansas. DUFFALO SWITCHMEN STILL CAUSE MUCH TKOUBE. STIMS THROWN. PISS PilLLEO. Wive and Families of tlit Non-l'iiion Men Insulted und Thrrteneil l.lttlo I'rol.iilllltv of the Firemen doing , oil Strike I'unillou of tlio Conductor Trl'i;ruiluTi to Organize, ine express agents, in some in stances, in Kansas City, Mo., havo to be forced to deliver express matter to owners in Kr.nsus City, Kan....

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. — 26 August 1892

For one to six months on any good security. For one year on farm or city property. For five years onfarm property, Money payable before if you wish. For five years on farm or city property, one-fifth of principle payable annually, or canbe paid quarterly. For ten years on farm or city property, one-tenth of principal payable annually, or can be paid quart ly. On city property, principal and interest payable monthly, can be paid oft as fast as you wish, part or all at any time. We have it to loan on the Following Terms: Hostetter & Haller. Call and get our Terms. KKtexea n. nm,, i. ii iuin.il .i. i, , m, -r. .-fpM B " in .11 IISHSMII I Hill IIHMTT THE FIl'TII OF SEPTEMBER. You had bettor remember The 6th of September. And to Goodland go With a dollar or no. "What for," do you say? Why our fifth natal day. With music galore, "Will you holier for mora? Base ball and the race You will flee some Rood paces. So much artificial rain 'Twill drive you insane. Old Vets will re-unite From ...

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. — 26 August 1892

33 13 1 PjELIKQUENT TAX LIST $nnan County, Ktnsa Fift Publication August S. 1893. 939 10 39 11 39 12 39 13 39 14 39 16 39 5 39 17 39 1ft 39 19 39 19 43 20 44 21 44 23 44 23 44 24 4 25 4.1 20 44 27 4,1 118 44 lf 3 &7 233 3 33 4 33 tS 33 1 33 23 21 23 33 9 10 11 13 IS 14 IS 14 17 H 19 20 21 23 23 34 13 1 14 2 14 S 14 41 14 S 14 14 7 14 8 14 V It 10 14 U 14 12 14 13 14 14 14 13 It 1 16 14 17 14 Ift 14 19 14 20 14 21 14 22 14 23 14 24 14 0 31 7 31 1 ai 31 10 31 11 31 13 31 13 31 14 31 15 31 14 31 17 31 1ft 31 19 31 20 31 21 31 23 31 2S 31 24 31 1 33 e 33 4 Jl 8 11 7 5 11 84 18 M 7 6 11 10 4 1 7 T 11 U 4 3 34 7 8 11 15 4 4 6 55 7 9 11 16 4 B 8 24 7 10 11 17 4 6 27 7 11 11 18 4 7 8 28 7 11 11 19 4 B 8 29 7 1:1 11 20 4 9 8 30 7 H 11 11 4 10 8 SI 7 13 11 34 4 11 8 33 7 1 11 35 4 11 8 1 10 17 11 li lt It) IV 99 I I II 111 II III II SI IU 8US1U 4i it in iu ea tl 14 I U I 18 U I II I II I 14 H II Tl T 9 tU T 15 15 11 II II I 13 I 14 U II II I It I 15 111 10 I 10 I II 13 10 1 1 l 11 I 11 I ...

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 September 1892

Tfoe -Gdodland. OFFICIAL COUNTY ' PAPER. epu blic in tho Republics 4l vU. AND SHERMAN COUNTY FARMER. J?, gUg ' " 1 . ..I,. .' .J, , ., .. . ' , .. .7! ""TT ?gl2 ji.ZSSL VOLUME VII. NUMBER 1. GOODLAND, KANSAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1892. $1.60 PER YEAR. IE. E. Burwell, M. D. PnTSIUIAN and bUROEON. OFFICE FIRST KOOU SOUTH OF THK POST OFFICE. Oalls in city or country ptotuptly attended. Gr. L. CALVERT &&Mwi fit hm H300DLAND, - - KANSAS. Will practice before the District and Interior courts of the state. Special attention given to lnnd practice. Tully Scott, . Attorney-at-Law. . . Office over rheUanltof Oberlin, Oberlin, Kansas. Special at tention givcu to Land (Jftiee fractice. Haviig withdrawn rom the firm of Wilson & Scott all correspondence should bu directed tu . . . TULI.Y SCOTT, Obarlln, Kansa9. A. E. NASS, MANUFACTURER OF,- BOOTS and SHOES .Repairing a Specialty ax thread and Leather for sale. 1 Door south ot Warmers Tailor Shop. Would Like to Loan! tt4 .OOO a month I...

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 September 1892

V ft. 13 uoo ;wm fid' Sheraaa CouBty- Farmer. 300tLANU. -' KANSAS. Publltfhid Every Friday. J, H. STEWARrtintomud Poblishcr. PER YEAR. Entered at the PoatofhVe Ht Goodland. IXaiimuwiib second-elics Mail-Mutter. PEOFLE'S TICKET. pok'pkesident: . JAMES B. V7EAVEK, - - Iowa. FOB VICE'PBEHDEMT: . J. 0. FIELD, - - - - Virginia. State Ticket. roK ooveiwok: L. D. LEWELLINO, - Scrtgwfctt County. FOR LIE! TK2CAXT OOVKR.NOR: I PERCY DANIELS, Crawford County. FOR 8ECIIKTART OF STATE! Jjt.SjOSHOUN, - - - - Kooks Coniity. FOR STATE AUDITOR: 'fVANT; PRATIIKR, - Cherokee County. FOR ATT01IFEY OK.VERAI.: "'JOTIN TV LITTLE, Johnson County. ' FOR STATE TRE ASVItEHI W. H:BIDDLE, - - Butler County, '' FOR '8DPEKIMTENDENT rtDMC INSTBLC. '. II. M. GAINES, - - SallneCounty. FOR ASSOCIATE justice: i STEPIIEN II. ALLEN, - Linn County. FOR CO.NORESHMAN-AT-r.AKOK: ' W. A. HARRIS, Leavenworth County. 'FOR CONGRESSMAN SIXTH DtSTRTCT: " WILLIAM BAKER, Lincoln County. FOR STATE SENATOR: J. Ji 6RIEBLE. .... Rooks ...

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 September 1892

A STORY OF BLOOD, BT U. E. BRADDOX. CHAPTER XII. CONTINUED. The Durnnds had Dotli bron curious as to the fate of Suzon Michel. It whs known in tlie Hue (iit le Cceur tlmt she had boon active amidst the atrocities of the Commune, a iltining light in that fiery atmosphere. She I was known to have carried the ehassepot nd the petroleum can, to have b?en busy midst scenes ol riot and death. There were some who declared that she was the p-. tro! ense who had ridden, dressed ns a vivan diere, at the head of that hideous proees-inn in the Kue Ilaxo, when the priest and the 'gendarmes wero led to the slaughter, less happy in their doom-than the Archbishop and his companions, who were massacred within tins walls of La Uaqiiette. Certain it ts that she had been seen more than onee in a vivandiere's costume, and that she was known to be one of tho fiercest of that hell ish crew. Some said that she had been shot down on the last of tho barricades, yonder at Belleville; others declared that they...

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 September 1892

aije (fooDinnD Republic By J. H. STEWAKT & SON. COODLAND, KANSAS. KANSAS NOTES. Bhort llcnia of Interest rrom All 1'arU )f the fftnte. Dillon id building an extensive planter mill. Claflin Is planning to build a $2,000 Methodist church. The foundation for the now wirj mill at Luwrcnue la completed. Kansas City, Kan., is to Tiave a tiatatorium and free bath house at once. A company has been formed at Leavenworth to build a beet sugar plant Agent Smith of the Central branch nl Centratia, is reported to have gone crazy. The recent heavy rains have spoiled mech wheat in shock in the vicinity of Lamed. Nearly $3,000 in purses is olTored for the Emporia ruces tho first weok In October. Tho strikers in tho Hutchinson salt works lost their fight and most of them their positions. The Fort Scott sugar works have be gua to work up a crop of the bosc cane ever raised in the state. The Industrialist appears again, after a vacation of two months, in an edition of 12,000 copies. The Interstate...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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