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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 23 September 1892

Itie Goodland Advertise in the Republic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. J AND SHERMAN COUNTY FARMER. VOLUME VII. NUMBER 4. GOODLAND, KANSAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1892. $1.50 PER YEAH. Republic. E. E. Burwell, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. OFFICE FIRST DOOK SOUTH OF THB POST 0FKICK. Calls In city or country piomptly attended. G. L. CALVERT, WOODLAND, - - KANSAS. Will practice before the District and inferior courts of too state. Special attention iriven to land practice. Tully Scott, . Attorney-at-Law. . . Off ick over the Bank of Oberlin, Oherlin, Kansas. Special at tention given to Land Office practice. Having withdrawn from the firm of Wilson & Scott all correspondents! should be directed to . TULLY SCOTT, Oberlln, Kansas. 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! ft-4 ,000 a month In Vkl Sherman county Dl and North West T Kansas to actual SettVers. Brooks Irione. AND! I WAN...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 23 September 1892

lie mm toil i id Sherman County Farmer, "GOOD LAND. KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY J. & STEWART, Editor and PiAlisher. 1.50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Postofflen nt Goodland, Kansas, as second-class Mail-Matter. PEOPLE'S TICKET. Iowa. FOtt PltBSinSNT: JAMES B. WEAVER, - - FOB vice-president; J. 0. FIELD, - Virginia, Htate Ticket. for governor: Ju.'D. LEWELLING, - Sedgwick County. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: TEUCY DANIELS, - Crawford County. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE! E. S. OSUORJf, - - - - Rooks County. FOR STATE AUDITOR! VAX P. PRATI1ER, - Cherokee County. FOR ATTORNEY OeNERALI JOHN T. LITTLE, Johnson County. FOR STATE TREASURER: W. II. RIDDLE, - - - Butler County, FOB SUPERINTENDENT PUHI.IC lNSTKUC. II. M.GAINES, --- - SalineCounty. FOR ASSOCIATE justice: STEPHEN II. ALLEN, - Linn County. FORCONORK88MAN-AT-I.AROK4 vV. A. HARRIS, - Leavenworth County. FOR CONGRESSMAN SIXTH DISTRICT: WILLIAM BAKER, - Lincoln County. FOR STATE SENATOR: J.J.GRIEUEL. - - - - RooksCounty. The Peck Repor...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 23 September 1892

I ! MANY. DISASTERS. SEVEN LIVES LOST IN A BOILER EXPLOSION. FOUR CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH A tiuRollne Stove Kiploslou Canien a Terrible Calamity to u Iowa Family Grand Army Veteran In a Col' IUoii The fcnglnes of the Cruiser Cincinnati De ployed hjr Fire. Omaha, Nob., Sept. 10. An attempt to till a lighted gasoline sto-e iu the house of Mrs. Andrew Kekonbaeh at Missouri Viilloy, la., this morning, caused an explosion iu the rooms of tenants in the second story. The tenants threw the stove down the stairway which eut oil' acce.ss to a room in whii:h four children of Mrs. . Eekenbaoh, the oldest b years, were asleep and all four were burned to death. Vi.'tpi'siiiH Wrecked. Wii.kkshahisk, I'u., Sept. 13. A bad accident occurred on the Lehigh Valley railroad near I'uirview this morning. The passenger train leaving Wi'.kes barro at m., and carrying 400 passengers, 'must of whom were U.A.U. veterans bound for Washington, col lided with a switch engine, just around a curve, ltolh locomoti...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 23 September 1892

Phantom. Tho hopes of euro held out la tho advertise ments of numberless remedies are inie phan toms, without tho slightest shadow of reality about them. On theathnr hand, no statement his ever been made- In behalf of Hosteller' Stomach Bitters that Is not suKcoptlblo of emplo substantiation. Care has ever trecn tolien In laylsnr Its claims before the public to circumscribe those claims with Inn bounds of truth. Allocations outside of these rorm no iniucujr, luutou uj v" i . donoo to bo a remody for und preventlvo of malarial difiea.se, rheumatism, kidney troub.e. ! ehronlo inaigcsuon uuu uiuuu -- . Ineffably floe tonic, promotes convalesce! auu mmsates m uiiir.u.i..' o v. before retiring at night U Is a promoter of sleep. . . . l - t. ..u nr i.iri ' iupn ; The deaf mut has this ndvantuue: When he has no other person to c.oincric with be can still talk Willi his fiuiers. Hkkcham'u Tir.f.H cure sick lieiilftclie, disordered liver and act like mnic on tlm vital orgnns. For sale by all...

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. — 23 September 1892

WO HOME. . Labor's Xcw Sonar. Tcss Home, Swei't Hum. BY LU U. CAKK. Oo ilivrt, or on hlilnvR.r, wherever I rom, Arc lounu Heaven's poor who aro crying, '.'No home!" Tho mux of the lab'rer noi heard as of yore: VJ, K'" Laii: the homes io Ihj homeless oneo more! ciionrs: No home! No, no home! Oli! give what Go I uave them, The homeless a horut. The "tramp" nnd thu "striker" ar words once unknown, Avl where is tiiflcoitnge the toller, did own? A prince in n pnlnco wi&ilosil fretting dome! The poor all around tf,i- crying, "So hofne!" Tho sweat of tho faco Is Goi's mandate for bread Oh! Why are there poor? Why the hnigry nnftd? Wo hiuo from one Father the land and the fnam, Tli-.-u why are there children .now crying, "Xo llOMlri" Nonconformist. TUB FRAUD IN INDIANA. The Indianapolis Journal Is getting Very earnest, in its denunciation of the regular democrats of Alabama tor their frauds against Mr. Kolb. It quotes with great approval an article from tho Nashville liunuer, a demo cra...

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. — 23 September 1892

Un gooftlanD lUpblic By J. H. STEWART & SON. COODLAND, KANSAS. KANSAS NOTES. Short llmna of Intercut Iroin All Pnru of tho Stale. Topeka is disappointed in the at tendance at the state fair. The state convention of Christian churches of Kansas will be held in Kansas City, commencing September a to October 2, 1892. Dr. John 0 Miller of Atchison died on a Santa Fe passenger train near Yuma, Ariz, Sunday. He was un old und respected citizen of the stato. The third annual convention of the Southern Kansas conference of the Ep worth league convened at Emporia ept. 14th. with a large attendance. I have a first-dims newspaper plant, and desire to establish a paper in u good live town. Parsons Interested will please address, Publisher, Ilox 1508, Lincoln, Neb. Burglars visited tlio residence ol Hon. Frank Flonniken, formerly pri vnto secretary to Senator Plumb, and among: other things succeeded in cap. turlng the gentleman's trousers. Mr, Flonniken awoko just in time to see them disappe...

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. — 23 September 1892

Mint I ,.-' i . .mi. i' i ' fm i in mi II I " in II, I I 1 " 1 tT1iiminillllll','llll"H" fM0j Wi V r '' : V' ' To Loari bri farrtl and city tFo ; . 'VWjr Vv ' . ? I "lir" I erty at 4 per cent, per antittm. wehave All . ll jji Hostetter & Mer. if. s V TH E PEO PLE'S CONVENTION. The People4 Party Meet and Put a Winning Ticket t the Field. Harmonious Feeling and Everyone in lane for the Campaign. The people's party county convention et purmaut to cull at the court house in Good" land, on Monday, at U a. in. J. K. Good enough wub chosen temporary chalmnn and W. J. Koon temporary secretary. The following committees were appointed: On credentials II. S. Groves, J. V. Crouse, "S. M. Pool. Oil resolutions H. 8. Kulon, A. T. Kummdl, G. D. Potts. On permanent orKanizatlon-sJ. H. SterMiiK, E. T. Adams, "William Mitchell. On rules and order of husluess Gcbree W. Teagarden, D. W. Pllllnjrer, V, L. VanWInkle. On motion the conventloh adjourned to meet at 1:30 p. m. The committee on permanent ...

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. — 23 September 1892

WITTLESHOFER'S MAB.KT ( O C lITQ s ns cs vera or Underwear in the State xJJ VLN I O Qf Kansas, asked 75 cents at least at other stores. 33 tier cent saved! Just think of il! Having bought unusually heavy in men and boys, clothing and shoes, also an elegant line of ladies' and children's cloaks, we will now prove to you Durability to meet any prices and quality in the country. All we ask is a "show." Come in and see us. ITTLESHOFER, THE CLOTHIER. rr- r I Republican Hvpocraev. Examine the case with care and candor. The republican parly, as the advocate of the protective tariff is fond ff calling itself the champion of American labor. The only pretext for this pretension lies in the fact tlu.t tho republican party Dy us wmii enriches certain employers of labor nml then trusts them with being so philanteropic as to pay their workmen more than the market rate of wages, according to tho well known scheme of benevolence which consists in mak ing the rich richer, so that they can take belte...

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. — 30 September 1892

he Goodlan K prill Ihl o Advertise in. the Republic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. AND SHERMAN COUNTY FARMER. VOLUME VII. NUMBER 5. GOODLAND, KANSAS. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, 1892. $1.50 PER YEAR. r w E. E. Burwell, M.D. PHYSICIAN and bURGEON. OFFICE FIRST DOOK SOUTH OF THE POST OFFICE. Oalls in city or country promptly attended. 0. L. CALVERT, GOODLAND, - - KANSAS. Will practice Wore the District and inferior courts of tUe state. Special attention given to land practice. Tolly Scott, . Attorney-at-Law. . . Office over the Bank of Oherlln , Uberlin, Kansas. Special at tention given to Land Office practice. Having withdrawn from the firm of Wilson & Scott all correspondence should be directed to . . . TOLLY SCOTT, Oberlln, Kansas. A. E. NASS, MANUFACTURER OF, BOOTS and SHOES Repairing a Specialty W ax thread and Leather for sale. 1 Door south ot Warmers Tailor Shop. Would Like to Loan! r -4 ,ooO a month in A I Sherman county VPl and North West Kansasto actual Settlers. Brooks liioiie, AND!...

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. — 30 September 1892

IV, Md Reoubl Awl ShcrmaQ 'County Farmer. to-be humorous article. A bigger, or recent republican county convention? worse smelling accouchement could Two candidates Vero striving lor the emanate from nothing less than an nomination of representative, and one anaconda who had previously dined was done up by the peculiar methods upon a soap factory. C.OODLAND fehed Every BY KAJSSAS.V v i.Bho, Ttanblits and idlwor 1 M - 1- 1 . Friday. Publf J. B. STEWART. Editor and Publisher. bme time jV&o New Yorfr World puhlislied what purported to be an in terview with General Bidwell, the can didate of the prohibition party for the presidency. In the interview the Oen- $1.50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Postofilee at Goodland Kansas, as second-class Mail-Matter. PEOPLE'S TICKET. for president: .JAMES B. WEAVER, - - -fok vk'k-pkkside.nt: J. 0. FIELD, Iowa. Virginia State Ticket. Kon governor: Ih. D. LEWELLINU, - .Sedgwick County, FOB LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR: "CPEKCY DANIELS, - Crawford County. FOR SECR...

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. — 30 September 1892

. A ROVER. "My swoot Lady Clover, Come bind your head over, So bright with tha sunshimi and dew, And hear my low humming; ' At last I am coming To whisper secret to you. "For, dear Lady Clover, I ain your true lover. The summer with blossoms is sweet, But you are the fairest, The daiiitiist, rarest. No other with ybu can compete." Said fair Lady Clover, 'My giddy young lover, How long have-you doomed me so dear? Pray what is the stary That wild morning glory And Sweet Brier were blushing to heart" Oh, wise Lady Clover, Ere summer was over, Each olossom in garden and field Had heard his low humming And watched for his coming To lure her, hjr sweetness to yield. Mira Clarke Parsons. AT THE THROTTLE. 'Crooked Ben" ho was called by everybody In tho little Colorado town. without thought of disrespect The hunchbacked boy bore the nickname. too, without thinking it other than a common titla Few who saw him moving about with his misshapen shoulders and underized form, would guess that he ha...

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. — 30 September 1892

ifjc fiooDlanDBf public Bf JT. HBTBWABT Sc sow. , KANSAS. COODLAND, KANSAS NOTES. All CHOLERA WIPED OUT THE PORT OF NEW YORK FREB FROM THE MALADY. Biinr. ntiM f Interest From rnr( of the State. Mre. J. Ellon Foster will visit Kan las In the near future to miike a few speeches. John lfelmetz, a painter, attempted iulolde at Clifton, Atchhon county, recently by taking Paris green. Secretary Mohler of the state board of agriculture is Investigating the sub ject of irrigation at Garden City. The coin crop in Douglas county is lully matured and will make the big jest yield of any produced for years. A furmor living near Newlo-i It having a 4.000-bushol grain elevator erected for storing his own grain. Chanute merchants are happy be cause the Santa Fe road loft ijWi.OUO among its employees at that place. The annual tournament of the Kansas Stato Tennis league will be, held at Abilene, October 11, 12 and 13. Nina Medium's mile in 2:18. at Topeka last wook Is the half-mile trade, record In ...

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. — 30 September 1892

i 1 COLUMBIA'S BABY. Toii'tb some of ye hearJ, I reckon, Or Columbia' ye-r old babe; I tell jroa the lllteol It hasn't boon seen Since tliedny,- ot Honest Old Abe. 'And you've heard what they uamed Uer,I rockonJ It's A mighty pwrt name she bears; TUey call lier tlio "Peoylo'3 I'artyi" And Columbia roundly declares Tbnt her hires aro up and a flyln'. And ber is rlngtn wllh prsiss, And she ays the nation will be all right As long a the baby stays. All or dj know that the two older boys Ilnven'l -fd out very well; Demmle's a laiy, slick-tnngiied dude, And Repute's a braggln' (well. - When those two chops wore very young They was counted (Ir-l-rute boys; Cut tor quite a spell "' years back They've been good ror nolhln' but noise. They fought anil pnunttrd each oilier a heap, And then they'd run to their ma And tell her the other 'un was to blame, And. that she ort to lay dowu the law. Col nmbla has wheedled and spoked 'ein. With clmii kwnrolUclul pie, Till they've ixot to be so lazy and...

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. — 30 September 1892

It'a Uenally the Onus. When Joncg read of '-tiie finding of nn abandoned iclioonur" ho remarked tliut It wa probably empty. Mrs. WIlFam Murden, m Third ft., Albany, N. Y., Rive it th meed of I'.-ni.w, M Mllows: "1 Iirvh iisihI Dr. Bull's oiikIi Byrun nnd find It lias no e'liial. No family ihould be without it." The tlmfl hag come whon the cnndldnte feel hound to treat with familiarity every body that happens to be In the saloon. The family physician. Mrs. Helen 1J. Shatters, 4-'0 Walnut St. Heading, Pa., lates: "We always use ."Salvation Oil for what It Is recommended in place of a phy sician. It never fails." WILL NOT I.IHVH LOt CMNl. A Rood opportunity beaten track. - is seldom . met In a Mn. Window's Soothing fly rap for sblldren teething, softens the gums, rsdiines inflame- -km, altars pelo, carss wind oolio. Ke bottle. The cartoonist has the advantage over other stage performers. He can always draw a big house. "German Syrup" uoscnee s uerman aymp is more successful in the trea...

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. — 30 September 1892

To Loan on farm and city prop4 erty at 4 per cent, per annum. Hostetter & Haller. I WE HAVE lM-V V AS ';2 ......mniiainnii mm ' iiiii in i f SATURDAY'S POLITICS. The Republican Meet and Put Mixed Ticket in the Field. Ex-Governor Gliclt was the Evening A ttraction. last Saturday was quite a day for Good land politically. A republican county con vention, republican speaking, and a speech In the evening by ex-Governor Gllck. The call was made In the Dark Horse 'some two weeks ago. The call was based on fifteen votes cast for M. 0. Reville, or 'major fraction thereof, nt the election last fall. The country republican vote was so slim that the expedient was lilt upon to iglve each precinct two delegates at large. At this rate "two precincts had only three apiece, elght'brily four apiece, and one only, 'outside di Goodfoud bad five, Voltaire. Even at this rate the town of Itasca had twefcry votes. Two precincts did not have 'any 'caucus. Iowa and Logan. Iowa was "fixed up" for Alboe a...

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. — 30 September 1892

MASK! 0 a Kfl PCTC Buvs tIls best Shirt, Overall or Underwear in the State JJ Jlm 0f jansaa asiteJ 75 cents at east at other stores. Just think of it! 33 per cent saved! WITTL Having bought unusually heavy in men and boys, clothing and shoes, also an elegant line of ladies' and children's cloaks, we will now prove to you our ability to meet any prices and quality in the country. All we ask is a "show." Come in and see us. WITTLESHOFER, THE CLOTHIER. g.'TiT.g.BJ,.'B.TVIK lT".".TITrg.y.XL."r.'f." Will Wonders Never Cease. Having killed the free coinage bill in congress and Introduced a bill to Up the purchase and coinage of til er on the plea that silver coinage would drive gold out of the country and reduce us to a silver basis, the gold continues to flow out of the coun try In mi increasing stream, the greater the success of the anti-silver-ites. The bunks refuse to part with gold and now comes Ex-Comptroller Cannon, president of . the Chase national bank, New York, and says: In ref...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 September 1892

Supplement to THE GOODLAND REPUBLIC. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1892. PURCHASE OF BONDS. Bemarka of the Hon. P. B. Plumb, of Kansas, In the 17. S. Senate, Harcta 87, and April 4, 1888. Wherein He Proclaims that lor Years the Vol ume of Money in the United States has been Declining. That the Country is Going Upon the Breakers of Financial Disturbance. That the Treasury Department has Loaned Banks Over $61,000,000 of the Public Funds, Instead of Buying Bonds and Sav ing Interest. The Greatest Depreciation of Agricultural Products the Country has ever Known. That Debts Have Not Only In creased, but the Means to Pay them Have Diminished. The Senate, as in Committee of the Whole, ra mmed tbe oooaideration of the bill ( H. R. 6034) to provide for the purchase of United States bonds by tbe Secretary of the Treasury. Mr. PLUMB. I move to add as a sepa rate section what I send to the desk. The SECRETARY. It is proposed to add as an additional section the following: Sec. 2. That whenever the circu...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 30 September 1892

MR. INGALLS SPEECH. lhe Kansas Senator' Great Speech for Free Coinage. IheTy runny ol'l'onitaliied, 'oncl'ne leas Had IncorMrll I'miHitl Free C'oiiiHKeone Remedy A VrMn tunt may lleeome a ('ntntropli. In the So'unte of the United States, on January 14, 1881, pending consideration of the financial bill, the question being upon Senator Stewart's free silver coinage amendment, Senator Ingalls, of Kansas, addressed the Senate in favor of free coin age. He spoke as follows: Mb. Puksidknt: Two portentous perils threaten thesafety, if they do not endanger the existence, of tho republic The firrtt of these is ignorant, debased, degraded, tpurious and sophisticated suffrage; suf frage contaminated by the sewage of de caying nations; suffrage intimidated and oppressed in tliu Smith; suffrage impure and corrupt, apallietio and indifferent in the great cities of the North; so that it is doubtful whether there has been for half a century a presidential election in this country that expressed 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. — 7 October 1892

-RepijJlie Advertise in the Republic. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER; ) a AND SHERMAN COUNTY FARMER. VOLUME VII. NUMBER 6. GOODLAND, KANSAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1892. $1.50 PER YEAR. 1 E. E. Burwell, M. D. PHYSICIAN and bURGEON. OFFICE FIRST D00H SOUTH OF TH1 POST OFFICE. Calls in city or country promptly attended. G. L. CALVERT, GOODLAND, KANSAS. Will practice before the District and inferior courts of tba state. Special attention given, to land practice. fully Scott, . Attorney-at-Law. . . Off ice over the Bank of Oberlin , Oberlin, Kansas. Special at tention given to Land Office practice. Having withdrawn from the firm of Wilson & Scott all correspondence should be directed to . . . TULLY SCOTT, Oberlin, Kansas. A. B.. NASS, MANUFACTURER OF, BOOTS and SHOES Repairing a Specialty W ax thread and Xeatherfer gale. 1 Door south ol Warmers Tailor Shop. Like to Loan! I .OOO a month In Sherman county and North West Kansas to actual Settlers. Brooks Irione, AND! I WANT 50 quarter sections of l...

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. — 7 October 1892

The Goodhnd Rflc. lad Stoma County Farmer. GOODLAND. KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY J. B. STEWART, Editor and Hhkt. las people's party favors a service pension to old eoldiers, instead of the pauper pension law of thejeptiMiean Dartv. One fourth of the" pension ap- I propriation goes to pension agents and pension olllcers. a sorvicujua'"" law tvould save this amount, or if ap plied to the setvice pension would go far to meet tho additional expense. The Steal of the Mlate. That Willits wits fairly elected was claimed at the time. That ho was de frauded of the election was charged. That it was done by the state canvass- Entered at the rostofflce at Goodland, ng board was believed, but it. was im- toe $1.60 PER YEAR, Kansas, as second-class Mall-Mutter. PEOPLE'S TICKET. fob phesident: JAMES B. WEAVER, - - -fou vice-president: J. 0. FIELD, Iowa. Virginia. State Ticket. for governor: L. D. LEWELLING, - Sedgwick County. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR! PFiiCY DANIELS. - Crawford County. FOR S...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
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