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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 10 November 1893

4. a'tu Goodland. Successful and C3o The "Paraon'8" Burro Attends The Ratification. VOLUME VIII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10, 1893. NUMBER 11. The itiepiiwi -A K:. REPUBLICAN VICTORY They Capture Massdchusetts, Ohio, New York and Kansas Both Parties Surprised. A GREAT VICTORY FOR M'KINLEY- His Plurality Estimated at 70,000-Kc-publicanH Make Gains in Kansas. The News at Washington. An associated press dispatch from Columbus, O., says: Columbus, Nov. 8. "With a'plurality of 70,000 and two-thirds of both branches of the legislature, McKinley has won the most decisive victory re corded in Ohio since the civil war. It has been won on national issues. Al though McKinley was running for re election as governor, he made state affairs secondary to protection and honest money in all his speeches, num bering J 10. It would not have been a surprisa two .weeks ago, but after the action of ""con gress, there scorned to have been such a reaction that the overwhelming vote is a surprise. ...

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 November 1893

The - Goodland Republic. - KANSAS. r" Published Every Friday. . . BY j. B. STEWART, Editor s&i Publisher. Sl.SO PER YEAR. " Entered at tho Poptoffice at Goodland, Kan., fur Traanmibsion through tho mails, as second class mall matter. Office on cast side of Boulo i'urd. flret door north of Enoia & Wallcer'a Implement store. THE LEGLSLATVItK COMPKOMISE. George L. Douglass, speaker of the last house, in a joint debate with J. M. Dunsmore, speaker of the Populist house, at Wichita, Oct. 31, closed his speech with the declaration that the treaty of peace between the two rival ' houses last winter was. written by George R. Peck, the famous railroad attorney, and signed by Governor Le welling in the dead hour of night. As he made the declaration, he waved over his head a bit of paper which he stated was the original document. Mr. Douglass told the truth when he made this statement, but he violated a campact entered into on that night that the names of the persons who ne gotiated th...

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 November 1893

IT I By MARY XYI.E DALLAS. Copyright, 1893, by American Press Association! CHAPTER VII. Continued. "I caw a leatitiful giant who killed people who needed kiliinj out of pure goodness of heart, and v. gnome whe came up out cf the ground in the woodt and taught. tho youag princes3 every thing bIio needed to know. At least 1 heard of him," said Gregory. "I broke a bank note at the tavern. Iso doubt they gave 1110" fairy gold in change, and I shalL find it tnrne J into dead leaves "when next I open my pociietbook. Po hatcong 13 enchanted land,- mamim dear, and full of marvels." A bell was ringing it was the bell that warned the family to prepare for dinner. . In his own room Gregory had a few quiet moments. IIo tat down to think over his journey. How long ho seemed to have been away from home! "Was it only two days that he had been gone? Had he spent less than an hour in, the Bud mansion? Had the hope to meet a hoary sage who would be his mentor changed to a reali zation of the fact tha...

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 November 1893

m : t WE .REGULATE- PRICES ON CLOTHING - 0 - 1 V I' 'I - Sneezy I' 1 1 THE Goodland, Norton, Phillipsburg. mr --w . -m ijr iW jr j . 3f v v-ar . w i w v w s-w var v..- v w vr Ww ijr vy -w -n- - - A POPULIST VICTOHY. The Election Passed Off Ouitely ' Tbe Populists Elect Everything But Rearister of Deeds SMITH CARRIES THE COUNTY- TUtt Populist ;ain One More Officer Than . Two YvarH Ago The Vote Polled a . Light One. The election of 1893 is over. Withal it -was a very orderly and peaceably one. There was no rush to get in voters by. the platoon and herd them like sheep. .There was no treating, no buy ing of votes bo disorder and no quar relling. The new law has been tried and proved a success. Although the expenses of the election be largo, it seems to have met with the approval of men. of all parties. The vote was light in the county and many of both parties did not get out to the polls. We think the non-voters were about equal, so that in that res pect it was a stand off. The Populis...

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 November 1893

1! T1 T! Tvi 0) Fu p v DUD11G VOLUME vni. GQODTiAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1893. NUMBER 12. 4 WASHINGTON GOSSIP. I Restoration of the Hawaiian Queen Would Please England. IT CAN ONLY BE DONE BY CONGRESS. Ilefore the Seignoirage Can Be Coined It " ' . Will Require Legislative Action An Important Land Decision. An Associated Press dispatch from Washington says: Special to The Republic: Washington, Nov. 15 There is an entire dearth of any real news from Hawaii or about the Hawaiian matters. - The speculation as to what has been oc curring In the past week is, however, by no means abated. Nearly everyone has taken one side or the other and is either an earnest wisher for the prompt suc cess of the effort to restore Queen Lili . uokanlani . or is .vainly hopeful that something may intervene to balk the purpose announced by this government. The fear of the friends of the present government is that Minister Willis will push President Dole to an immediate de cision and demand prompt ...

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 November 1893

ane' Goodiand Republic. GOODLAKD. ,- KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY L 0. STEWART, Editor and MUtt. 51.50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Postofflc at Goodland, Kan Tor transmission through the mails, as second class mail matter. Office on east Bid of IVooln rard. first door north of Ennis & Walker's implement store. The Ecab!! his 43able the res. org ai any tfter paper la bheraaa Connty. Aarerttoera skoOld proni by this. . This country is too great to have its policy decided by England and Eng lish capitalists. If this country needs gold and silver both, it is big enough to run its own finances without any elp from the rest of the world. This ountry is a world in itself, and the idea that we must look to England or any other country for assistance is oolish. f America can stand by herself. The majority should rule in every case, A new party is coming out of all these controversies. A great party of the . people. It will be. the National party. "Do you mean to disown the name of Pop...

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 November 1893

MrlmaoiESffluMfMon By JAMES E2TAPP EEEVE. Copyright, 1893, by American Press Associa tion. - "When the steamer Pelican set sail from the port of Vera Cruz for Havana on the afternoon cf Jan. 23, 188 , it had before it as fair prospect for fair voyage as ever did ship that put to sea. The passengers, mostly tourists who had come down the long rail route through Mexico or across from that ocean which is misnamed the Pacific, lounged contentedly about the decks and congratulated themselves that their lines had fallen in pleasant places. The voyage was begun upon Saturday. Sunday morning dawned clear and bright. The sea was without a ripple, except as the sharp prow of the ship. cut through it. The water lay like a mass of molten silver, and the hot sun beat upon it and was reflected back as from a shield. The captain ordered awnings stretched upon the decks, and beneath their shade the passengers lounged and read novels and sipped ices which the steward brought and dozed. . Just before...

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 November 1893

- - - a v. s .. i ,"-. yrs xv ' j?- s1 V- V.-" Jdaj ifi 1 a nun Hi Sneezy WE 11m ITDTB'T r nv. 5 V r 11JJO U- Li ULL USUI 1 " ' mm . . . . - - "... : . . - -. ... lllffff- Shoes For hleii oys Ladies arid Misses Away BgIoiv Value. Gome And Compare PriGes! THE Goodland, Norton, Plullipsburg. YOUNG MEN GO WEST. George Hoyt and. Bandmaster Robl son go to the Hills. BOM UP SEVERAL GOOD GQODLANDITES. Sheriff Kemp Puts His Sleuth Hounds on Their Trail The Chicago Lumber Company a Victim. George G. . Hoyt, came here from New York state, over a year ago, and was given a situation as book-keeper in the office of the Chicago Lumber com pany. '. He has moved in good society and was considered a pleasant gentleman, and was an especial favorite with the fair sex. His salary was only $50 per month and yet he dressed well and spent money freely. About six weeks ago he left the em ploy of the Chicago Lumber company, as was supposed on account of dull times and the falling off of business. It - appea...

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 November 1893

- y Republic, 7 11 oaianci VOLUME VIII. GOOD! j AND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1893. NUMBER 13. i lie A 3 jliD, Thurston says Mr. Blount Made Numerous Incorrect and False Statements. ALL MOVES MADE OPENLY. It was Admitted by All that the Queen Began the Revolution. THE QUERN AND CABINET QUARRELED. The Presence of Troops had a Quieting Effect on the Rough Element The Result the Same. Washington, Nov. 22. Lorrin, A. Thurston, tlfe Hawaiian minister, gave out the following statement: I am urged to make a statement fox publication, setting forth the - position and claims of the Hawaiian government and making reply to charges contained In Mr. Blount's repo.t: Weald Only Answer Personal Attacks. As I have received no information that Mr. Blount. has made a report; have not - seen a copy of it, and do not know what it'contains, except from reading the news paper abstracts therefrom, and am una ware of the present intentions of the United States government concerning Hawaii, I am unable ...

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 November 1893

1 The Goody Republic GOODLAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY . i. II. STEWART, Editor and Pallisber. S1.50 PER YEAR. Entered at the Poetoffice at Goodland. Kan., for transmission through the mails, as eeuond class mail matter. Office on cast siio of Houlo rard, first door north, of Ennis & Walker's Implement store. The Topeka Capital publishes an al leged compilation of the various offices elected this year by the different par ties, and contrasts them with the same officers that were elected two years ago. This statement shows that the Populists have elected just tho same number of surveyors and registers that they did two years ago; have gained one sheriff, but have lost two county clerksand four treasurers. The demo crats, however, have lost eleven treas urers, four clerks, three registers end six sheriffs. Thus, even according to The Capital's figures the Populists have lost scarcely any officers, but that the Democracy are almost annihilated; as they never had but te...

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 November 1893

Edmmnd Challoner s Crime, By JAMEB KNAPP EE EVE- Copyright, 1895, by American Press Association. (CONTINUED.) "When Ihe captain arrived at New Or leans, he first made out and forwarded to the owners a full account of the loss of the Pelican. Then he called at the office f the chief of police. His conference with that official was long and animated. Before its conclusion two of the oldest detectires upon the force were brought into the consultation. "There can be no question as to who your man is," said the chief finally. "The record .is very straight. Twelve years aero the Bunker Hill bank of Boston lost the sum of $50,000. The money was taken from the vault after the bank had been closed for the night. But two men had access to the vault Frederick Nel son, the cashier, and Edmund Challoner, the president." . "Edmund Challonerr exclaimed the captain. ' 'Edmund Challoner! That name was upon the passenger list of the Pelican. I cannot remember" "A mere coincidence of names," said 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. — 24 November 1893

A 0 OTH e E E V. Ju a Sneezy Sliocs Forfeit lofs Ladies Away Below Value. Gome And Compare PriGes! M D THE Goodland, Norton, Phillipsburg. TOWN TALK. Some of the "beautiful" fell Tuesday night. T. J. Edwards of Burlington was here this week. J. M. Cox has ' resigned his position as conductor. Tobe Goodman has returned from Chicasha, I. T. Jake Patrick has returned after an absence of a year. Burt Bumgardner has returned from a visit to Omaha. The mystery will be revealed at the opera house tonight. Earl Thorson left Wednesday with a car of stock for Omaha. Attorney Pickler of Smith Center, was in attendance at court. Billy Walker left last night for a business trip to Kansas City. Attorney G. W. Goodsoe of Colby, was attending court this week. T. J. Edwards, a Burlington attorney was in attendance at court this week. Attorney W. F.. Buck of Superior, Neb., was attending court this week. C. M. Millisack returned the latter part of last week from his visit in the east. Everyone should...

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. — 1 December 1893

0- oollaad volume vni. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1. 1893. NUMBER 14. jRep tul b THE NEWS OE KANSAS. The Happenings of the Week Con cisely Chronicled. A MISSING MAN FOUND IN A HOSPITAL. The History of a Week In tlie Sunflower State Report on Sugar Production In Kansas. TopekVs New Postmaster. ' Washington, Nov. 23. The president appointed Andrew J. Arnol postmaster at Topeka to succeed Frank 8. Thomas removed. . Wanamaker' s Agent Decamps. Topeka, Nov. 23. W. H.Wolf, agent in this city of the Wanamaker & Brown clothing firm of Philadephia, has de camped, leaving numerous unpaid debt and, it is said, owing several hun dred dollars to the Wanamaker com pany collected in advance on clothing ordered. . ' Denied That Newman Has Palled. Emporia. Kan., Nov. 26. Parties in terested in the proceedings here in the case of Mayor Newman the capitalist " of Arkansas City, deny that the mayor has failed or is in the least danger of failure and declare he is in good finan cial conditio...

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. — 1 December 1893

k Goodlajid Republic. GOODLAND. -KANSAS. Published Every Friday. - -BY- .. J. H. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. S1.50 PEPf-YEAR. Entered at the PostoJBce at Goodland, Knn.. for transmission through the mails, as second class mail matter. Office on east skie of Houle rard, lirst door north of Eunis & Walker's Implement store. The banker says he can't afford to pay the government more than 1 "per cent for money, but he insists on the farmer paying from 12 to 24 per cent interest. A man that is blind in one eye and . can only see a little out of the other will have no difficulty in comprehend ing that lower prices and Democratic success both came together. Senatob Blackbtjbn says the plates are already made to print a new issue of bonds. There never has been any doubt but that this was one of the main objects of the conspiracy. The Democrats compromised on the income tax by deciding that it shall be imposed only upon the net earnings of corporations, at least that is as far as the ...

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. — 1 December 1893

Bliffins Bath. It was Thanksgiving day, but BlifSra had nothing to be thankful for, or rather It wasn't like Bliffins to be thankful for anything, bo after going over his ac counts in the morning he left his office, with the same immovable expression of countenance and the same steely look in , hia gray eyes.. Bliffins "was in the chat tel mortgage business, and as he emerged from his dingy office he was turning over In his mind how much Widow O'Hara owed him and " how he would sell her furniture on the morrow if the money was not forthcoming, which was ex tremely unlikely, since three of the wid ow's children were down with the mea sles and the mother's scanty earnings had gone to pay the doctor's f e,e.s. Bliffins chuckled. Oh, thesff 'doctors, and the measles, and the scarlet fever, and the other ailments children are prone to are a boon to the . chattel mortgage shark t And Blif&ns knew how to squeeze people, for he had grown old in the oc cupation. How he liked to get the w...

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. — 1 December 1893

. .'. . ' .""THE PAST IB "DEAD" . '. ; . a theKAHN THK PASSING SONG. 'Twas Annie Rooney and her Jo, And then McGinty was all the go. Down on the Farm, in boyish glee; The Lessons Learnt at Mother's Knee. Comrades Together, when we were boys; Sweetheart in the Moon, with all its joys. Lottie Collins and her Boom-de-ray, They sing it in Colby so they say. On account of The Cat that's Coming Back. TOWN TALK. Painter Black is on the sick list. Goodland dined on turkey yesterday. Mrs. A. L. Rich has a new Fisher piano. The best felt boot and overs $1.85 at the Kahn. Billy Walker returned from Kansas City Monday. Sam Ilirschorn of St. Francis, was over here Friday. E. G. G. Nogg is expected to be in the city about Christmas. M. E. Cooke of Burlington, was in the city last Friday. Elmer Mourning is running a buss to and from the trains. Mrs. N. w. Hall and children are visiting m Rawlins county. " Mrs. H. M. Turney has returned from a visit to Colorado Springs. Harry Hutchinson was hers fr...

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. — 8 December 1893

- i n : : PUOi 7 VOLUME VIII. GOODLAND, KANSAS; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1893. .NUMBER 15.' . 5 rr.-n Gooc ii Ji 1 LEHIGH STEKE ENDED Concessions Made by Both Officials and Strikers Both Sides are Satisfied. OLD EMPLOYES WILL 'BE TAKEN BACK. Correspondence Between the Strikers and President Wilbur The North and Son ih Railway Convention at Tokeka Other News, . Philadelphia, Dec. 6. The strike on Jie Lehigh Valley was declared off at daybreak "Wednesday. Concessions wen made on both sides. Bethlehem, Pa., Dec. 6. The cor respondence which led to the termina tion of the strike was made public af tei Chairman McDonald and Jndge Robin son of the arbitration board returned from their last conference with the Le high officials. In a letter to President Wilbur they asked the following. ''II the existing strike was declared off will the Lehigh Valley company agree to take back as many of their old employes as they have places for without anj prejudice on account of their strike or the fact that ...

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. — 8 December 1893

The-; Goodland Republic. GOODLAD. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. - BY J. fL STEWART, Editor and Publisher. S1.50 PER YEAR. Entered at tbe Postoffice at Goodland, Kan., for tmnsmigflion throusrh the mails, sa second class mail matter. Office on cast slue ot Boule vard, first door north of Ennis & Walker's Implement store. Once more the wheels of congress are ia motion, also the wheels in the heads of some of the congressmen. Guthrie, O. T. has a salsation army captain who was once a clown. He had ought to make their open-air meetings a success. Gboveb's message was a lengthy one and to the point. He doesn't mince matters. He knows what he and Wall street wants and orders congress to do it. And it does. . - - A Kansas railroad refused to carry intoxicating liquors as freight or ex press. If it extends the restrictiou to its passenger service that railroad will be in the hands of a receiver within a week. The Kansas foot ball team of the Baker university of Baldwin, played a mat...

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. — 8 December 1893

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Cleveland Believes That Tariff Re form Should be Pushed. HEARTILY INDORSES THE WILSON BILL The "Work of Departments Reviewed A Message lroini"l on the Hawaiian Ouestion. Washington, De. 4. Following ia President Cleveland's message read to both houses of congress: To the Congress of the United States: The constitutional duty which requires the president from time to time to give to congress information of the state of the union and recommend to their considera tion such legislation as he shall judge necessary, is fittingly entered upon by copftmending. to the confess a careful commendation of the detailed statements and well supported recommendations con tained in the reports of departments who are chiefly charged with the executive tfcork of the government. In an effort to abridge this communication as much as is'conslstent with its purpose, I shall sup plement a brief reference with the con tents of these departmental reports by the mention of such executive bu...

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. — 8 December 1893

TP A RT5 I THE TOWN TALK. j Simon Kemp returned Monday from Topeka. , George Holt's preliminary will be held today. Engineer Sam Jackson has lost his situation. Rev.J.W. Hedges left yesterday on 16 for the east. Mrs. J. H. Shaw left Tuesday night for Clyde, Kan. Mrs. Price has returned from a visit to Colorado Springs. . . G. O. Johnson of Oberlin, was at the Commercial Tuesday. Go see E. Elba Wright at the opera house Monday night. Attorney Joe Gill of Colby, was in the metropolis yesterday. Mrs. McGuire left Wednesday night for a visit in Pennsylvania. Dont forget about the band boys entertainment Monday night. M. E. Sharp presents Republic read ers with an ad on the third page. C. H. Barlow and wife left Tuesday afternoon for a sojourn in Texas. Mrs. M. C. Martin of Denver, is visit ing her sister, Mrs. H. S. Percival. County Commissioner Fee of Rule ton, was in the village Wednesday. There was a dance at John Sullivan's three miles southwest of town Tuesday "night. Travelingman ...

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