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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 27 January 1893

vly Each BY AMELIE Author of "The Quick or the Dead." "Asmodeus," "On Bones ' Island," Etc. Copyrighted by P. F. Collier, and Published by Special Arrangement ' with Once a Week'. : CHAPTER V. 5 - ACCEPTED AT LiST. . The pupping of the rifles went on for some two hours, and then Judith could stand it no longer. She rushed out of the bouse with her father's field-glass, and stood on the top of a little hill near the ice house, trying her best to make out how things were going. . 8he was as white as the fold of the little cambric kerchief crossed over her bosom. There was a horrible weight in her heart, an aching almost past endurance in her throat, bhe stood there for some moments, but could see nothing for the smoke. All at once. she noticed the figure of a man running, in bold relief against the broad snow-fields beyond. . A strange panic got hold upon her. "What was about to happen! He came nearer and nearer, and she saw first that he had lost his cap, and then that he had no swor...

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 January 1893

If "Wisii to on fJLOJJLQz c If you wish to borrw money on long or snort time, Insure property, against fire or tornados, Rent property or get a. reli able abstract of title. CALL ON US HOSTETTER & HALLER. 9 I! JLv ) THE WEEKLY GRIST OF HAPPENINGS ABOUT THE CITY AND COUNTY. Personal and City Notes, Arrivals and Departures, Social Brents. County Communications, Etc. Reflections of Seven Days History. Rev. Pittmau was up from Almena this week. "Attorney General Little was in the city on Thursday. Thorson & Rowe had a ear-load of horses arrive Sunday night. J. L. Eastman of Omaha, Neb., was booked at the Commercial Monday. Land to rent adjoining town. En quire of A. F. Shotta, Goodland Kan, i'wo Chinamen have arrived in town and will start a laundry in the Prewitt building. Frank Teeters was up from the ranch and Sundayed with his brother Charley. Benjamin F. Buckley and C. W. Gring of Lincoln, Neb. were in our city Monday. J. H. Lively of St. Louis, Mo., was a"guest at the Comm...

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 February 1893

The JR public ias tie Largest Circulation. Advertise Iu 11. Is the County Official Paper. SI.50 Per Year. N VOLUME VII. GOODLAND, KANSAS. FRIDAY - FEBRUARY 3, 1893- The Republic . iL' NUMBER 23. Men and IBoys' eiothin, We Iiuve about 100 Suits left yet to Close out at a Lib eral Disc Mint, to make room foi a bigger stock of ents' Purnishinffs AVliio.lt we are invou;'mg about 100 per cent, and will sell you LOW AS AN V DEALER IX THE STATE j OF KANSAS. .Call and look over our line of Pants, i Overalls, Shirts,. I la Is, etc., etc. Our Spring Goods Are coming in e.very day. The Largest stock of SHOES, aivl Ladies' and Misses' OXFOIHS, in tl.e West, for quality, variety of style, and low prices, is uojueei dented in this country . The Wizard! If you are not acquainted with the WIZARD,, and do not want to know him, you certainly should get ac quainted with Ins business. He is alive to your in terests. CM. MILLISACK, Goodland, - Kansas- j v. . ! ,. PECIAL SALE! Blankets and Lap the Next T...

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 February 1893

.VU-i-:$ '. !: r'l'V'when .i r.: - rr -Li .UO.OOIiAND. kantsas. i i ' t j j Sl-50 PER YEAR. 9 sii'i e; .t ;.'- n; it 'if !? V-I-Mii L.S:; J ! : ;Tf -il? nc s ijjlf EiUered at tbft FoirtAflfee jH-fioadia ttd ,. j f.. Kia8',,r-as i eecon()rpa?.s , Mail-mMtteri t ' " Office oil', Boulevard,' opposite post of- .:: fjfi'i.ggi.tj ilni! ii : :. ".in..-! :i ,iU -i.t . l-...,fVf'i ; ', I. ' t-f'-'f H 'i -. , j - ,-. i . . - . . - 1 :-J ' . Calvin' Bkice vepXures 'tl') opinio' .jj.,..,- xnat .lresliam win gq tui;ougil.tu :caui ri I J Hi' I. .net., ,tUfc i ;sHPl e.uS , i jb.n'qh. It 'does . irvit i ; look, -,a, little; that .way-jmsj now : i Lvt -vRoaky Mountain Nvvs;r Y The republican ;ruAP: iOefche Ka'Tiaas .jlegblat.ura ji:est;;i,L3i.the beautiful; .-as jit pect of i ill el i-Qar--end ' of r'sT refcactory f;-'. muT(?i' The klckhi'out !bf ;flie-4niiees liT.ir ?u-;i pot fayprable: tOvthe.prfovDjiig of 'tntich 'tvork-. -5 "r''' v.-? ti-i-i:i i'r' i : i f ' - ' - h it a ! j-v-.H '! ''-'i' "TpB ...

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 February 1893

1 9 NEW SENATC f udg Stephen 31. White, WhaWoS by Small Margin. "hBeetkms of-16&d-wer-fa of sur prises, .and 6Yery( yrek adds to tejnnm- bei, asinen, heretofore scarcely beaVd dfJ outside ofctheif stated - at e6iaiii; :to thfe.?. JEroat-PBriiaps the moststrilaJjg.instae!;. I jsiathe.ele$ion to the United tate$ senate WudgfiLStephen M. "WiiteytbtCaBi&af.ia, kh&la a native of f&n Ffancilco fend .TOpnt..,40, jre.?riW.Wtn . has. teen . . CALIFORNIA'S riuiT state west of ihe Mississippi cityjt af"oiatfvet)j souse eastern state, but .. ... California Has come of age has in fact reached -what Germans call " He 'wonly & rios3,"1a33 jockeys say;' .... no party in the legislature his a'saro ,p-,(x,. ,,,najorit5r1, and Judgo White oyre3hiseeef; . . i ii .Aw ... ,i L , b'l'TUJJM M. WHITE.;- iirttiiJ 4 W'SSKift ttocrj tp 5ih otf of one maxt'l- a Populist aid' neighbor" of his at Los Angeles. It would :?e.em; tlat; hf owes ! his election cMefly-b"nis--refnarkable ability as 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. — 3 February 1893

. .i i .in Tr-i--rm 1H r II rWYvm"ml,m T' mT? fHff1H?FTTS'?Tff?rBg!pggt- J.-iaJyNFVIAMr T-ar?gSSEa 35? a . " If You Wisii to Bo rr g Rent property or get a reli- j able abstract of title," I V r, If yon wish to borrw money on long or short time, Insure property against fire or tornados, R GALLON US -J0S ER & HALLER. iX 3 . . . . ; 1 t THE WEEKLY GRIST OF HAPPENINGS ABOUT THE CITY AND COUNTY. Personal and City -Notes, Arrivals and Departures, Social Events, County Communications, Etc. Heflections f Seven Duyg History. See Mrs. Massengill'a ad. A. C. Bower was ovet from Kanorado on Sunday. Chariest Monday. T. ltule of Lamborn, was here Arthur sietvart is sick and unable to be around. J. W.'Kulin of Nortlifiel.l, was in Cood land yesterday. Krakeman Tom Wclliver has go no to work on the road again. ii. Hockett of La Blanc he, was up to Goodland on Monday. Your own prices buy goods aL Wittelshofer'. caps and winter fJeoiszv Duff and William Warden were up from Kdon Tuesday. County C...

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 February 1893

.Life: ' nd. The Republic Is the County Official Paper. 1.50 Per Year. ' The Republic iTas the Largest Circulation. Advertise In It. VOLUME vn. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY lO, 1893- NUMBER 24. t - i he Good .ReTDiifeliCo aammmmmmmrnHmmmmmmmj Our spring stock is now complete in all departments and you will find it much improved in all lines in an ticipation of an enormous trade in which we intend to participate. If a large stock of good, honest goods, close prices and fair treatment have their usual influince. A number of our customers will undoebtedly go to the World's Fair; consequently we will have a better class of goods in all lines than we have heretofore felt justified in carrying, and you know we are jointly interested in seeing western people go east well dressed. 1 M. E. SHARP. 1 Men and Clothin, Gents' Furnishings Our Spring Goods Are ooming in every day. The Largest stock of SHOES, and Ladies' and Misses' OXFORDS, iu the ' West, for quality, variety of styles, 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. — 10 February 1893

The Goodland J Republic. OOOOLAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. . .. .BY . J. H. STEWART, Mlcr and Pablisher. $1.50 PER YEAR. Entered at the Postdffice t Goodland, Kxnsas. as second-class Mail-iiintter. Office on Boulevard, opposite post of fice. ' . t '" Instead of cutting down pensions put on an income and inheritance tax. The national debt is reported as increasing, and there is a deficit in the national treasury. Gold still continues to flow out of the country and no one can tell when it will stop. It is called for to pay our debts to Europe. The Harney Peck tin mill and mines near Hill City, S. D., shut down, on Friday, February 3. The plant- cost the company $150,000. The men' were paid off and discharged. - The populists out-voted the republi cans in the state last fall, and now because they insist that the vote be honestly counted and that the men elected take their feat in the legisla ture, the republicans howl. Let them howl. The application of the government of Hawai...

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 February 1893

3?W0 MILES A MINUTE. CLAIM MADE BY A CHICAGO ENGI NEER REPORTER ADAMS' WORK. An Interesting Series of Invention Now Attracting the Attention of Railroad . Men Atmospheric Resistance and the Speed of Trains. lOopyrlght, .1893, by American Press Assoc ia- . tlon. One hundred and twenty miles an hour la the speed which Frederick U. Adams of Chicago claims for a train which ho has invented, and which will be given a trial at an early date. Six United States patents have been granted to him. The inventor is a newspaper man, and the idea on which his inventions are based originated with him while working on an assignment given by a city editor ser- ADAMS VESTIBULE CAR. . eral years ago. The inventions are made the subject of an illustrated treatise with the title, "Atmospheric Resistance; Its Relation to the Speed of Railway Trains, "With an Improved System of Heating and Ventilating Cars." : If the theory advanced by Mr. Adams in this book works out in practice, the invention will take 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. — 10 February 1893

3ES a to Morrow Wioney I Wis V If you wish, to borrw money Insure property against fire Rent property or get a reli- on long orshort time, or tornados, able abstract of title, call on us HOSTETTER & HALLER. THE WEEKLY GftlST OF HAPPENINGS ABOUT THE CITY AND COUNTY. Personal and City Note, Arrivals and Departures,' Social Events, County Communication, Etc. Reflections ' of Seven Iaya History.' - Go to Douglas and have your eyes fitted. Frank Gandy Is laying off with a sprained aakla. - - Albert Bennett of Edson, was in the city Tuesday. liVii. 1 1 f a insiirano ontl All ThftntM Leonard, E. M. Kidder of Griawold, waiin towiton Wednesday. ; - Rev. Brown is holding portracted meet ings at Kanorado. Meir Bros, have sold a car load of horses at Kanorado lately.. '-. , s New floors are being put down in-the machine shops here. .; ,A. Winn of Kauorado, was. .in th'e me tropolis Wednesday. J. C. Worthlngton of Griswold, was in the metropolis Tuesday. C. C. Cumrnlngs, a St. Joe travelihgm...

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. — 17 February 1893

i t i i i 'J -- V V - If oodia The Republic Is the County Official Paper. 1.50 Per Year. TheRepublic epii JJas the Largest Circulation. ' Advertise In It. VOLUME vn. QOODT.iA.ND, KANSAS, FRIDAY. .FEBRUARY 17, 1893. .NUMBER 25. nel bliCo mmimm?ro?mmmi!mmmffimm&5 Our spring stock is no w complete in all departments and you will find it much improved in all lines in an ticipation of an enormous trade in which we intend to participate. If a large stock of good, honest goods, close prices and, fair treatment have their usual influence. A number of our customers will undoubtedly go to the World's Fair; consequently we will have a better class of goods in all lines than we have .heretofore felt justified in carrying, and you know we are jointly interested in seeing western people go east well J 1 dressed. 41 M. E. SHARP. Men and ays' (Cents' Furnishings Our Spring Goods The Wizard! O. IVI. MILLISACK, Goojdlanci, - Kansas- s PECIAL Blankets and Lap Robes at Cost for the Next Ten Days. A...

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. — 17 February 1893

The . GoodI and Repnbli c. GOOD I, AND. - KANSAS. - - Published Every Friday. ' ' ' BY "J: B. STEWART, Editor and PaMisfcer. 51.60 PER YEAR. Entered at the Postofflce at Goodland. Kansas, as second-class Mail-uisttter. Office on Boulevard, opposite post of fice. Major Hudson is trying to sell the Capital. Evidently the Santa Fe has served notice on him that They are through putting up. Clay Center Dis patch. ' . . Governor Lewelling has ap pointed Dr. S. McLallin of the Advo cate, to be commissioner of elections of this city. A splendid selection. Clay Center Dispatch. Why is there so much poor butter iu the country?" asks an agricultural journal. The correct answer probably is that the majority of people who make butter are poor artists in the business. Hon. F. E. Yeakick is chairman of the committee on public lands, and is also on the committee on forestry, en rolled bills and agriculture, in , the Kansas house. These are . all import; ant committees. The youngest re ' .".Ui r o f...

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. — 17 February 1893

, V CHAPTER L - THE MESSAGE. The sun had just sunk behind thr hills, leaving Evans Gulch in a soft shadow and its prominent citizens in ft brisk discussion on the merits of an old map which Sheriff Woodruff had pro duced to confirm one of "his statements. An. old map it looked to be; greasy and marked, by the fingers of hasty pros pectors; almost 83 ancient in appearanco as an Egyptian papyrus that had lain pressed closely to the bosom of a mummy for ages. Yet the sheriff had sworn by it for years, and he dared to produce it and lay it 6ide by side with one of thi government's newest, that was almost as unintelligible from its plexus of red, Dine ana green lines, aots ana species, squares and circles, figures and names. The sheriff proudly . stated that his map was made in thirty-seven, a fact that, for him, was proof of, its virtues, for he believed that a map, like whisky, gathered a virtue with years. It Bhowed vast vacant spaces marked "unexplored territory," and in spite of the...

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. — 17 February 1893

aft"-' " If WiSJQL rTirvizT own rinTa: J If you wish toborrw money . on long or snort time, Jnsure property against fire or tornados, Rent property or get a reli able abstract of title. CALLONUS HOSTETTER & HALLER. o THE WEEKLY GRIST OF HAPPENINGS ABOUT THE CITY AND COUNTY. Personal aad City Motes, Arrivals and Departure, Social Events, County . Cmannication, Etc. Reflections of Seven lays History.. Otto Auer spent Sunday in Denver. .Harry Hutchinson is in Denver to day. The Republic office front is being painted. Mrs. Hartman is visiting at Pueblo, Colo., this week. ; There will be a new laifd lord at the Palace hotel soon. Born to Mr, and Mrs. Dick Moms, a girl, on Sunday. .1. B. McFarland was over from Kanorado on Monday. . W. S. Coleman of Cheyenne county, Sundayed in Good la ml. . Mrs. T. J. Ru the if otd is visiting her sister Mrs. David Null. - Tom Hiskey of Oberlin, was in the city the first of the week. Mr. Stewart of College Corner, O., was in Goodland yesterday. The b...

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. — 24 February 1893

!r ... i T"7 - -. The Republic Is the County Official Paper. $1.50 Per Year. ooct The Republic Has tfie Largest Circulation. Advertise Is It. VOLUME VII. GOODI.AND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, PKBRUARY 24, 1893. NUMBER 26. 1 he landr Republic. v i 111?!???!!!?!?!!?!!!!!??$$?!??????????!??!?!?!? Onftatf. We Sell the Wood V Celebrated Shirts, Men Clothing events' Furnishings : Which we are increasing about 100 per cent, and will sell you as LOW AS ANY DEALER IN THE STATE OF KANSAS. Call and look over our line of Pants, Overalls, Shirts-,. Neckwear, Suspenders, Socks, Gloves, Hats, etc., etc. Our: Spring Goods The Wizard! C. 1VI. MILLISACK, , Goodland, - Kansas. PECIAL Blankets and Lap Robes . at Cost for the Next Ten Days. Also two new Bu&gy Tops that must be sold to make room for other goods. E, 1. GOODRICH. Hj jr A S' sT f jf . 3 -,0 ' O -;- . i (ft I I Manufacturing Co.'s Pants and Overalls. M. E. SHARP. 3 We have about 100 Suitsleft yet to Close out at a Lib eral Disc "mnt, to make room f...

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. — 24 February 1893

The Goodlaiid- -falHie. GOODLAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday BY J. LI STEWART, Editor and Publisher. $1.50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Postofflee at Goodland, Kansas, - as second-class Mail-matter. Office on Boulevard, opposite post of fice. The Situation in Kansas. - Tbo situation in Kansas is hum Hat ing. It is pretty pass when the gov ernor of the state xrannot command the obedience of the state militia to oust an armed mob, who had battered in the doors of representative hall, tore up the furniture ami barricaded the hall way, and iutrenched them selves in their defiance of law and order. It 19 a pretty pass when colleges empty their halls and cities their slums to swell a posse, reiuforced by the militia, of the sheriff of Topeka to defy the governor in an attempt to preserve order and that he must sub mit to a humiliating treat' to prevent bloodshed. Only that one must sub mit to the inevitablc,this course would not have been adopted. Here are the terms of said agreement. F...

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. — 24 February 1893

i OTP f V t CHAPTER n. ATZLAN, THE BIDDEN CITY. He could tee nothing in the abyss below. The beams of the morning sun had been slanting down on the level plain tbove Atzlan for an hour, but the city was still in deep shadow a thousand or nor feet below. Boer tints hovered about the vermilion edges of the great eUCs, mingling with yellow ana gray and saffron colored belts farther down, throwing into ghostly relief the white, castellated promontories of the majestio sculptured wall and deepening the blackness of the dark recesses. But there were people astir in the streets and .lelds and on the housetops, for the storm that had risen in fury during the night had wrought some damage to dwellings, and, it was feared, to the flocks in the pastures. But no eye was directed toward the cliffs, for the sky was now clear, and no further disturbance was apprehended from that direction. Storms were few and far between in Atzlan; they raged on the plains at frequent intervals in springtime, but ...

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. — 24 February 1893

x ' - - - - ' - 1 vjM1T01L3L orrow JMomeir i 'CO If '-you wish to borrw money Insure property against fire Rent property or get arreli-J on long or short time, ' " or tornados, able abstract of title, ; .1: call on us HOSTETTER HXLMER. & THE WEEKLY GRIST OF HAPPENINGS ABOUT THE CITY AND COUNTY. Personal and City Notes, Arrival and Departure, Social Brents, Connty Communication, Etc. Reflections of Sevea Days History. Sunday was a tine day. Wednesday was day. Washingtons birth- Charles O'Brien went to Denver last night. Harry:fiutchinson spent Sunday in Denver. W. A. Umbarger was Tuesday. at Kanorado Mrs. George McMahon left Sunday for the east. . Mary Calhoun house tonight. Dixon at the opera T. P. Leonard has a large new sign. It is a dandy. " ' Billy Walker returned from Topeka Wednesday noon. ... . " . John Rhodes of Norton, was up to Goodland Tuesday." Robert Olhnger of Limon, was in the city Saturday. Arthur Bower of dayed in Goodland. Lamborn, Sun- E. T. Warden of Nelson, ...

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 March 1893

. 't eTDiiblic -11- lie oaiano o VOLUME VII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 3, 1893- NUMBER 27. G o mmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmi v t)air 1 V 3 We Sell the Wood E Celebrated Shirts, E iVlen and t. eibthin, "f-:.. ' V V " . - We have about 100 SuitsTeft yet to (lose out at a Lib- eral Disount, to make room foi sL bigger stock of v.' j ents' Furnishings, ;-. i ' '. Which we are increasing about 100 per cent, and will , ; . V 7 'sell you as LOW A.S ANY DEALER IN THE STATE vi U 0FJ5ANSAS. , OalVand look ovei our line of Pts, . T ".Overali.V-ShTrts;V'NekWear Suspthi JersfSwcks, GSovJ? . ' Ilats, etc., etc. .- Our, Spring Goods ' Are coming in every day. The Largest stock of SHOES, and Ladies' and Misses' OXFORDS, in the , . . West, for quality, variety of styles, aud low prices, is unprecedented iu this country. The Wizard! C. jVI. MILLISACK, Goodland, - Kansas- s PECIAL SALE! Blankets arid Lap Robes at Cost for the Next Ten Days. Also two new Buggy Tops that must be sold to make room for other goo...

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 March 1893

The Goodland Republ ic. GOODLlAlND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY J. H. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. $1.50 PER YEAR, "Entered at the Postoffice at Goodland Kansas, as second-class Mail-matter Office on Boulevard, opposite post of fice. ' A Iteylew of the Situation. Now that the republican suprem court of Kansas has decided mat in Douglass house is the legal house of representatives a review of the contest for mastery and the events following is appropriate. In the first place while the republi cans had a majority of those holding certificates of election they did not have a majority of the legally elected members. Some ten or twelve of those holding these certificates either were ineligable, non-residents or had been declared elected through palpable fraud. Contests were dulv. and in form prescribed by law. instituted in all these cases. The republicans in the house, in th second place, objected to the secretary of state presiding, according to-cu3 torn, until the house was...

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