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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 3 March 1893

CHAPTER ILL TXZX TZSTIVAX. AKD TBS SACEIFICB. She faced her lover with a confident, ten . der trmile upon her face. Tb smoke was rising and blowing away in the fresh morning wind from hundreds of round apertures in the roofs as the people of Atzlan prepared their morning meal hurriedly, for they were anxious to be out and preparing for the JT. greatest of their religious festivals. One by one thay emerged a"d clambered quickly dam the tall ladders until hun dreds ef thea were gathered about in groups or busily arranging for the cere monies of the day, gathering fruits and flowers, maize cakes and pinon nuts for the minor sacrifices, and decorating the interior and front of the court and tem ple. To each of the four great phratries mr divisions of the inhabitants, according to kinship, was assigned particular du ties connected with the festival. While some were engaged in building and decorating bowers others prepared food in great quantities, while others ar ranged for the games and...

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 March 1893

I IT to Mo on orrow If M e -EL If you wish to borrw money :Irisure property against fire Rent property or get . a reli- on long or short time, r or tornados, able abstract of title, CALLONUS HOSTETTER & HALLER. THE WEEKLY GKIST OF HAPPENINGS ABOUT THE CITY AND COUNTY. Personal and City Notes, Arrivals and Departures, Social Events, Connty Communications, Etc. Reflections of Seven Days History. Machinist Mickeljohn is laid up with a mashed tinker. Rev. Clinger of Charlott, was in the city We dnesday. Machinist Young is on the lav-off with a mashed foot. Mrs. Ed Penny has returned from her visit in the east. Brooks Irione was sowing wheat on his place Wednesday. .. C. O. Smith, grain buyer of Kansas City, was here Monday. W. C. McPherson will move next week in the postoffice block. Mr. Sloan of Phillipsburg, was so journing in the city Saturday. There was an Edison phonograph show in Goodland Wednesdaj. E. Thorson shipped two carloads of steers to Omaha Monday night. G. W. Bear, 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 March 1893

odlaiid dtulMic VOLUME VII. GO OPT, AND, KANSAS; FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1893. NUMBER 28. Go y f. JL . We Sell the Wood Celebrated Shirts, John A. Roberts, The Hardware Man, II as Just received a .Large Stock of Hardware, Tinware, Stoves. Garden, Field and Tree Seeds in Bulk, Pumps. Pipes and Fittings. Machine Oil, Coal Oil and Gasoline, Remember our 5 and 10 cent Counters. Also m e a OHM A. NEW CHINESE LAUNDRY Laundrv work done in the best of style. Everybody call and see nie. West side of Boulevard, opposite Don Carlos' office, Goodland, Kansas, - - CHARLEY WAH LEE, Proprietor. The SCHOOL SHOE MADE, THAT WEAR LONGEST, FIT BETTER AND GIVE THE BEST SATISFACTION IS We have just received our second in voice of shoes for the spring trade and now have the largest and most complete stock of Mqn's, Women's and Children's Shoe3 to be found in Northwest Kansas. Ladies' Fine Shoes Our-. Specialty!, Dawson Bros. & (. Manufacturing Co.'s Pants and Overalls. M. E. SHARP. 2Jew Goods, Consisting of...

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 March 1893

The Goodland Republic. GOODLAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY J. STEWART, Editor aid ftUisher. $1.50 PER YEAR. Entered at the Postoffiee at Goodland, Kansas, as second-class Mail-matter. Office on Boulevard, opposite post of fice. Ingalls on Ilorton. On Tuesday March 2, 1880. Senator John J. Ingalls made a speech in At chison at a reception held in his honor After alluding to certain parties who had been a party to the investigation of the title to his seat in the senate he said: They selected as their acile instru ment the chief justice of the state, a man who began his career by writin editorials in favor secesion of and drink ins: toasts to the health of Jefferson Davis. Persuaded to become a Re publican by the promise of preferment he has been continuously iu office with an accidential hiatus of one year from 1860 till 1880. During this long period he has habitually trafficked in justice, defrauded his clients, basely plundered bis partner and insulted society by his deg...

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 March 1893

T-vr- CHAPTER IV. A MODERN OOD AND A KIVAL GOD'S DOWN FALL. He resolved to keep a watch ujwn him. "I think I've broken up this perform ance in about as clever a manner as any playwright ever devised," was Eric Gil bert's reflection a3 he lowered his Win chester and surveyed the result of his shot. "Worn out by the exertions and hard- : ships of the last two days he had slept far ' into the morning, and found when be awakened that the sun was pouring down into the roofless ruin in hot fury upon him. As he lay there collecting his waking senses his ears detected a low murmur that rose and fell in musical cadence below in the canyon. Rising instantly and gazing over the low wall of rubble he beheld the procession mounting the ascent to the temple. He saw the white faces among the crowd, and his heart leaped in thankfulness. Seizing his rifle and tenderly raising the wounded bird he ran quickly down the slanting path to the next terrace. Here the descent was more difficult, as the way h...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 10 March 1893

5f ' orrow one " on W isii to B WiT 1 IT If you wish to borrw money Insure property against fire Rent property or get a reli- pn long or short time, or tornados, able abstract of title, " 1 CALL ON US HOSTETTER & HALLER. 1 THE WEEKLY GEIST OF HAPPENINGS ABOUT THE CITY AND COUNTY. Personal and City Notes, Arrivals and Departures, Social Events, County Communications, Etc. Reflections of Seven Days History. O. H. Smith was a Topeka visitor last week. Billy Walker was a visitor at Colby last Friday. Miss Floza Liston is numbered with the sick list. J. V. Lingenfelter of Colby, was in town on Sunday. Rev. G. M. Caldwell returned from the east Tuesdav. E. M. Wood of Burlington, was in the city Tuesday. Grace Wells is recovering from an attack of lagrippe. A. E. Finch of Armour, Neb., was in the city Tuesday. J. A. Gill, attornev-at-law of Colby, was in our city on Wednesday. J. R. Stewart of Sharon Springs, Kan., was in Goodland Tuesday. Miss Grace Wells has been sick with the grip, ...

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 March 1893

Repub . - ii tie ooaia uc VOLUME VII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1893. NUMBER 29. RUSH OF THE RIVERS ICE GORGES AND MELTING SNOW CAUSES FLOODS. Railroad and Wagon Bridges Wrecked Along the Platte and Loup Rivers In Nebraska Doing Dmage at loula and Other Michigan Points. Columbus, Neb., March Vi. The ice in the Loup river broke near Monroe,and is coming down stream in great waves. Three spans of tbe Union Pacific bridge one mile east of this city have been swept away. Families living in tne lower land south of town are moving their stock and household goods to higher land. In less than an hour's time the river Had swept over the entire bottom lands. The ice is gorging at the head of Buck Island, east of town. One man, name unknown, is reported drowned. This is the worst flood since 1881 and indications are that it may be far more destructive. A strong wind is blowing from the west. Since 6 o'clock the flood has fallen two feet. The Bur lington and Missouri bridge over the P...

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 March 1893

NEW" YORK FASHIONS. Three very remarkable hats for young ladies. Far, Lace and Ribbon All Great FaTorites For Trimming, and Slate Leroy Thluba Them Quite Effective Separate Corsages ; to Salt Any Sort of Skirt A New Crepon. 1 Copyright, 1893, by American Press Associa tion. 1 ' There are yonng ladies and young ladies among those who presume to lead the fash ions in this city, and therefore in the whole .country, and their tastes vary most "ur prisingly in the matter of hats. One week every one you meet will have a close bon net or hat of very modest dimensions. The next week every one will have a hat that chains your attention until another cornea along a little more ambitious than the first in the matter of size and more daring in the matter of trimming. .Some of the latest hats are so very remarkable that I cannot refrain from representing three of them. new spnnra hats. The hat npon the left is a straw, made with the brim so full that it forms scallops in front and at the back. T...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 17 March 1893

CHAPTER V. VTRACLE AT A ilEETTN'O. Pli& ithpirih rr7 rrn7 hfo f? -- I- ... a iiniiri ii iim.ii i r i h i i p iih nw i mw iir i rm great court and the afternoon was near .ly spent when he again repaired to tho temple. He felt that to be the only place where he could consistently claim a hab itation, yet ho climbed the causeway with something of tho feelings of an im poster. There were several priests there with Iklapel and Kulcan, and they were evi dently waitinir for Gilbert's rptnrn. ush ering him into the small chamber with profound obeisance. , He entered and found it prepared for " occupation by the addition of the usual Atzian furniture, consisting of a few gaudy striped blankets hanging over a beam suspended from the rafters, and a large bearskin, evidently an ancient and greatly cherished object, spread upon 1.1 43 1 1 - C T tne noor over a, ueu oi ciean rusnes. There was no fireplace in this room, as t was usually the case, and the walla were of a pure and refreshing whi...

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 March 1893

m Good and Reibli c. GOOD LAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY J. H. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. S1.50 PER YEAR. Entered at the Postoffice at Goodland, Kansas, as second-class 'Mail-matter. Office on Boulevard, opposite post of fice. We hear that Brother VVilcoxson the state senator of this district, dodged voting on the maximum freight rate bill. We are sorry to hear this. We hoped lie had more backbone. The distribution of public, patronage is an incubus to any administration. When the people decide the matter by popular vote, the life of the chief exe cutive of the nation will cease to be u burden. Ex-President Harrison is now Professor Harrison, having accepted a chair in the Leeland Stanford univer sity of Caiifornia. He will lecture on constitutional law in October of this year, to the students of the millionaire university. .The law requiring railroads to put in scales at each station, and to be held good for any leakage or loss of grain is si good 'law. It is simple...

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. — 17 March 1893

You Money (GO Borrow II If you. wisti to borrw money Insure property against fire Rent property or get a reli- on long or short time, or tornados, able abstract of title, CALL ON US HOSTETTER & HALLER THE WEEKLY GRIST OF HAPPENINGS ABOUT THE CITY AND COUNTY. Peraonal and City Notes, Arrival and Departures, Social Events, County Communication, Etc. Reflections of Seven Days History. Born to VV. H. Sigafoos ind wife, a daughter, on March 9. G. L. Calvert arrived home on Wed nesday. Several settlers came with him. O. P. Liston, W. W. McClellan, M. B. wheat is coming up all right. Those Wanted At the Palace hotel com petent cook. Also good dining room girl. II. E. DonCarlos and family re turned from Lincoln, Neb., Tuesday night. There was a dance at J. W. Smal ley's, one mile east of the city on Sat urday night March is blustery now-da3-s. From reports, however, it is not as bad here as cast of us. V. W. Goodrich and W. B, Foster of Seward, Neb., arrived in Goodland on Wednesday. Aa...

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. — 17 March 1893

1 TIlAiTOR GREW. By OHAELES R LLWLS (M. QUADX ICopyrlght, 1893, by Charles B. Lewis. J In the month of January, 1870, a small brig called the Gospel Truth left New Caledonia for Sunday island to transfer six missionaries to a new field of labor. The island of New Caledonia, as you will see by your map, lies to the north west of New Zealand, while Sunday is land lies to the northeast- There were at that date at least 200 English, Scotch and American missionaries at work among the natives on the islands of the south Pacific lying to the north of New Zealand. You will Tarely meet a sailor having a good word for missionary work away from home. Sad experience has demonstrated time and again that he is safer among the heathen than in the sailors' boarding houses of New York, Liverpool and Philadelphia. And it has always been a puzzle to plain Jack Tar why, for every one missionary sent out to convert the heathen, some of his own countrymen would ship five barrels of rum to the very same l...

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 March 1893

The .Reipub 3r.0ocy.a1id volume vn. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1893- NUMBER 30. BBS Co THE NARONIC'S FATE. A MYSTERY OF THE SEA PARTLY CLEARED AWAY. Her Two Lifeboats Discovered Floating Keel Upward Off the Coast of New foundland Her Passengers Slay Be Safe, Bremen, March 20. Intelligence has been received showing beyond doubt that the freight steamer Naronic is lost. The British steamer Coventiy, from Fernandina, arrived here this morning. She reports that on the morning of March 4 she passed a lifeboat bearing the name Naronic. The boat was floating keel upward. During the afternoon of the same day another life boat of the Naronic was passed. The drifting boats were south by west of Sabile island on the banks of Newfound land. There is a chance that the oc cupants of the boats were picked up by a passing vessel. Liverpool, March 20. A ' vessel which passed Deal today signaled that she had 1 1 shipwrecked people on board and the White Star officials think there is strong p...

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 March 1893

H!Si2i-,SA&!! 1. ft t . I H Vfi mil 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 HQSTETTER & HALLER. oaey U - - h) li 1 . EVERY WO.tiAN LOVES. BUT HER LOVE IS SOMETIMES MI3 - PLACED CP. WASTED. KTla Wheeler 7ilcns Tail llo-.v !!- Lord 4)f Creation Lik to I! Loved TIo Ideal 8wethirt Iloen Not Alwuy ?.J:ike Model Wife. i ICopyriKiiU by Aincru-un Press Ahsticia- lion. All rilit.s rcservc-it. 'if-:'.-'A- JCJYNIC, !AL Frenchman has I jstli anid. -'The woman whom I we love is only dangerous, ua is terrible." to which a greater cynic added, 'Fortunately she never loves us." , This was more witty than true, foi every woman fovea, has loved or expects to love some man. Alan has a horror of beiiifr loved&avith a mercenary motive. So reut is this horror today that it amounts to morbid exxctaiicy. Nine young men out of ten speak of a wife as a possession only to j be purch...

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 March 1893

CHAPTER VL rzsvvsa a hate. Gilbert stepped forward with a smile on nis lips. The surnrnu days were long and full of idle hours in the months that elapsed before Gilbert could make his wishes known in the Atzlan toneue: the time hung heavily upon his hands at times, although when he mastered the lan- guage he was busy indeed, and he . was then a marvel to the people, for they rested often and long and busied them- selves little with improvements or even repairs, lie spent many hours swinging in the hammocks which hung from tree to tree, hundreds of them, all over the courts, common property, for the Atz lans loved ease and shade above all things. Many hours, too, he spent by the river, where the white cranes walked in solemn procession along the sands while he lay in the cool shadows of the pinon trees listening to the quail piping and the wild dove's amorous cooing. It was near the last of July, a day so warm and sultry that the blue haze filled the canyon, making objects indistinct...

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 March 1893

; lie . Goodland Republic. :G0DIjAND. - KANSAS. Published Every . Friday. BY J, EL STEWART, Editor and PubMer. S1.50 PER YEAR, entered at the Postoffice at Goodland. Kan.. ; r transmission tbroutth the mails, as second ! ".ss mail matter. Office on east side of Boule vard, first door north of Ennia & Walker's implement store. I1I3TOKY teaches by example. It declares most emphatically Revol utions never go backward." This is equally true of peacable political as well as where the movement progress es "vi et armis." "There is nothing new under the sun: what has been is now:" "The widows of Assur are loud in their wall, And the idols are broken In the temple of Baal." D estroy (politically) the worshippers of false gods. ' The recent frantic efforts of the republicans of Kansas and the nation to win back to the fold of the faithful the erring brethren who had wander ed away "in by and forbidden paths," and are found in the populist camp, reminds one of the efforts of the Jews to wi...

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. — 24 March 1893

.THE;-WEEKLY "' GrEIST OF HAPPENINGS ABOUT THE CITY AND COUNTY. Personal and City Notes, Arrivals and Departures, Social Events, County Communications, Etc. Reflections of Seven Days History. Mr. Gill is sick with the grip. II. M. Ilaller wants a Gardner. vjoio ueorge uess lor Hardware. Millisack's for men and boys hats. Millisack's for staple and stylish hats Go to Douglas and have your eyes fitted. Millisack's for gent's pants and furnish ings. George Hess keeps the farmers' hardware store. D. G. Cole of Auorii, Neb., was here this week. Engineer P. C. O'Brien is ill with tLe la grippe. For life insurance call on Thomas P Leonard. Mrs. G. W. Houghton has moved to Nor ton, Kan. Go to the furniture store for wall paper and carpets. W. B. Tanner of Burlington, was in Good land on Friday. George M. Sheldon of Abilene, Kan., was here this week. Conductor Keatz's little girl is sick of catarrhal fever. Low prices and good goods at the farmers' hardware store. A. B. Codding of York, Neb....

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. — 24 March 1893

CATCHING A THIEF By OHAELES R LEWIS (M. QUAD), i ".Copyright, 1893, by Charles BLewia. j At 22 years of age I was the cashier oi the large retail dry goods house of Burke Bros. & Co. Plenty of people wondered , why a young man of that age had been ' given such a responsible position, anu x may explain that I had been with the house for six years. Mr. Walter Burke, the manager, was pleased to say that they had found me honest, diligent and ambitious, and that there was no doubt of my giving continued satisfaction. I gave no bond. It wasn't the rule in those days, and I could not have given one had it been exacted. The position of cashier la not a hard one for an hon- I ASKED HIM TO TAKK THE MONEY. est man. 1 handled a great deal of money, but I can truthfully say I was never tempted in the slightest. I don't claim to be peculiar in my ideas, but I do say that I have always been a bit of a philosopher on the subject of honesty To carry a burden of guilt; to be sus pected; to leav4...

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. — 31 March 1893

t alalia JL volume vn. GOODLAUD, KANSAS. FRIDAY, MARCH 81, 1893. NUMBER 31. it 3I1C. T THE DEATH RECORD. COLONEL ELLIOTT F- SHEPARD PASSES AWAY. e Expire From the Effects of Ether While Being Prepared For a Surreal Operation A Busy Career Ended A Sketch of His Life. Nkw Yobk, March 25. Colonel Elliott Fitch Shepard. editor of The Hail and Express, died suddenly Friday afternoon at his -home, 2 West Fifty second street. His death followed the administration of ether by Dr. Charles lieBurney, and the family physician, Dr. J. W. McLane, who were about to snake an examination to ascertain whether the colonel's suspicion that he was suffering from stone in the bladder was correct. He had inhaled the drug but two or three times when the physicians detected dangerous symptoms and stopped the in halation. Colonel Shepard sank rapidly and for a time it was feared that he could not be rallied. Powerful restora- w1" COL. EIXIOTT F. SHEPARD. .tires were administered. At the end of an hour's wor...

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. — 31 March 1893

The GoodLifid Republic. GOODIiAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY J. H. STEWART, Editor and Pablisher. S1.50 PER YEAR, Entered at tbe Postoffice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission throuif h the mails, as second class mail matter. Office on oast side of Boule vard, first door north of Ennis & Walker's Implement store. The New Election Law. Any person who shall lend or give any money or other valuable thing to any other person to induce him to cast his vote either for or against any can didate for public office; or any person who shall lend or furnish any money or security therefore to any other person or persons to be used for any of said purposes; or any person who shall directly or indirectly give or procure or promise to give money, gift or re ward, or any office, place or employ ment upon any agreement that the person to whom such gift or promise shall be made shall work for the elec tion of any person to any public office, shall be punished by a fine of not less than ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
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