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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 20 July 1894

And will be evermore. Ottawa Journal. Traffic on the LastjfeturJay a meetipg of the farm, j Thomas L. Smith, secretary local com- j Goodlakd, Kan., July 11. Board of fj ' -"---'"'"Sffi U r u 'a sat. ..jassau GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY. : 20, 1894. btmhsssv asr-ssBsrs tr-masss Er33 crna se--3S3ae'v erri ' Etv-'-'a -st&S rrv ft ?3 PR n 1-1 r OF-- ': SH ERrMH-CLEV ELAIID MO METALLISE, SUGAR TRUSTS, AfJD COFIBHIES, Deserted by Prominent Men, as shown by letters from the following persons: W. P. HACKNEY, Of Win field, chairman republican state convention of 1892, and delegate to republican state convention of 1891, and member qf oommittee on resolu tions and platform. JOHN A. MORTON, Of Osborne, head of the mercantile firm of Morton t, Parsons, and three times mayor. of the oity. T. L. BOND, 1 , Of Salina, prominent republican attorney and politician. T. J. RUDE, M. D., Of Borden, Kas., delegate to repnblioan state convention of 1894. J. P. HINDMAN, Of Olathe, republican, ex-judg...

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. — 20 July 1894

; get you agiuii. jueau uui wnu a jreupxa s the g. O. p. asd SILVER. F.vrvFrirfaw J party vote and you will win yet. .'...The .Republican. rjartv is- riaimin satisfied that the state ticket will not re- of mteiest. If Christopher Columous, in- . r . r & , : ! w . furnish the 1 of imancial and industrial thrift can be plainly read in the three fol- iatest il and advocates of geld monometallism and in actively mourn. The ease with which Grover Cleveland ' construed the life out of the national dem ocratic platform convinced me that the only hope for true bimetallism lay in the election of bimetallisms to office, and be fore the republican convention was held I had firmly resolved to vote for no man for any legislative office who was opposed to the free coinage of silver. In my opinion, John Sherman is no firmer advocate of gold monometallism than is the republican candidate for con gressman at large; and although he may declare himself a thousand times in favor of bimetallism, his...

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. — 20 July 1894

Ottawa Journal. up. Several big freight trains have j ers of Sherman county was held at the mittee, rooms 11 and 12 Equitable wonf fti.K-K.- iBir-,roKiK i nonrt .hnnsfl .aiulla- Cnnntv. Irrigation. 1 buildine. Denver.. Colo. county commissioners met pursuant to adjournment with full board and county i wiza irrig; J wizn i vrize. ter re iz: . wizc a. FREE COINAGE. V im K ant." yGr. reek. rge j v pri vare. rge ; . stor ims to reD Brown. 1. Montgon onday. i the coun tion plant. f i J.Jewell returr ly morning. wizard for tl m of the west.' i wizard can al aylight store. ak McGinity; ' city Monday.' the line of si ier you buy or ella and Brea for a SIC 3 sta con ided ryti :eH nk ! io Tv te vt ' iced 38 I am , rkatth about the rles O'Bric it cash prii a, to Mr. a) ay, July 17, u s Republic leat' iu on our list? - dland has got ws at night.- j. McPherson )ds to Beatric orts from d bey need raj 7- Frank Smi d mountai eek. 3e and Be ay from a' i in Iowa. Lttle rain ? be mighty s just no rley...

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. — 20 July 1894

KANSAS. 235 votes in the county, but this year I am satisfied that the state ticket will not re- have any adequate conception of the power of inteiest. . If Christopher Columbus, in- get you again. Lead out with a People's Dartv vote and vou will win yet. . THE G. O. 5. AND SILTEK. ducers which is the primal cause of the present alarming condition of financial and industrial thrift can be plainly read in the three fol-' 1 i i 03 FREE COINAGE. Concluded from preceding page. an administration in power which, when it claims it wants to hold its gold, insists on paying out its gold and holding its silver. When by this process it has di minished the supply of gold in the treas ury it issues interest-bearing bonds and bays more gold to protect the gold reserve. Here let me offer a word about tbe gold reserve. " After the late war, when the gov ernment resolved to resnme specie pay ments, $100,000,000 of gold was gathered into, the treasury with which to redeem the outstanding greenbacks. ...

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. — 27 July 1894

- A - 7 , -V 7 .t f "" 1 ""si 1 Ham VOLUME YIII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1894. NUMBER 48 KepiifeliCo ijrOOC 61 CLEVELAND HBD. BITTERLY ATTACKED BY SENA TOR GORMAN. OPES WAR UP03 THE PRESIDE5T. the Haryland Senator Declare That the Senate Tariff Bill Had the ApproTal of tbe President and Secretary Carlisle Before It Was Brought In Finance Committee Bears Him Oat. Washington, July 24. When the senate opened to-day the attendance in the galleries and on the floor was ven larger than on Friday. Men snd women, prominent in society and ;Dublio life, were conspicuous in the reserved galleries and several mem bers of the diplomatic corps occupied the terra cotta tier of plush benches opposite the vice president's chair. Mr. Hill of New York was one of it he first senators in the chamber. He busied himself arranging- the docu ments on his desk. Mr. Gorman of Maryland stopped on his way to his 'seat to hold a whispered conversation with Mr. Smith of New Jersey. Mr. Mills of Texas 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. — 27 July 1894

The Goody Republic. GOODLAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY F. fl. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. $1.50 PER YEAR. Entered at tbe Postoffice at Goodland. Kan for tranatniasioa throutru tbe mails, as bccoiio class mail matter. Office on east side of lioule rard, first door north of Ennis & Walker's Implement store. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER STATE TICKET. For Governor L. D. LEWELLING. . or Lieutenant Governor D. I. EURBECK. Associate Justice GEORGE W. CLARK. Secretary of State J. W. AMIS. Auditor of State VAN P. PRATHER. Treasurer of State W. H. BIDDLE. Attorney General JOHN P. LITTLE. Superintendent of Instruction H. N. GAINES. Congressman at Large W. A. HARRIS. Congressman Sixth District WILLIAM BAKER. ANDY'S SUNDAY SERMON. Ex-Lieutenant Governor Felt, editor of the Atchison Champion, has the fol lowing to say in a recent Sunday issue: "They toil not, neither do they spin, but Solomon in all his glory was not clothed like one of these." In 18G5 George M. Pullman invested h...

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. — 27 July 1894

GO TO THE KAHN SHOE AMD CLOTHING COMPANY FOR CLOTHING, SHOES AN 3D HATS. TOWN TALK. The wizard. The wizard for dry goods. The wizard for men's hats. A. H. Ellis was here Friday. The wizard if you want shoes. " The wizard for your groceries. Go to George Hess for hardware. The excursion leaves Saturday. Going? II. N. Schell is on the crippled list this week. Low prices and good goods at Hess hardware. Grasshoppers are coming east from Colorado. George Hess keeps the farmers'hard ware store.. Rooms to rent over Sharp's store. B. F. Brown. J. G. Bourne returned from Kansas City Friday. , Some of the shop hands went to work Friday. A. C. Lang was a visitor at St. Fran cis Tuesday. Albert Shelley of Kanorado, was over here Friday. Amos Hostetter left Monday for a Colorado trip. Dick Morris has returned from his visit in the east. Robert Coots returned from his visit to Missouri Friday. Bill and George Usher returned from Iowa Tuesday. The wizard for the great shoe em porium of the west. ...

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 July 1894

PLATT2 VALLSY DHAIN AGS. The Xljiny 2rorced Iyrlgatlne; Caoavla May Drain tho raatte Dry. It lias been demonstrated that the Platte valley lies on top of a ridge which constitutes the backbone of the state running' east and west; that the ground falls away on both sides of the .Platte; that the popular belief that the northern part of the state is higher than the southern is a fallacy, there belay but little difference between the altitudes of the Republican aad the Niobrara; that the dryness of the Platte between North Platte and Columbus is due to the low altitude of the parallel Loup, which drains the water away, returning it to the Platte in large volume at Columbus; and that it would be perfectly feasible to con nect the South Loup with the Platte near North Platte and leave the pres ent bed of the Platte as dry as a bone all the way to Columbus. It is not likely that a diversion will ever be at tempted, but the possibility together with the certainty that the North Platte will...

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 August 1894

- -' sT A i he C3 o 0 d 'q l-e fSk f 1 j; UL VOLUME YIII. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FKIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1894. NUMBER 49 II ARE ELESS TERRIBLE WORK OF WISCONSIN FOREST FIRES. TOUCHING SCENES AT PHILLIPS. Nothing: Bat Heaps of Ruins Mark the Place Where It Once Stood Fifteen -- Uvea Lost The People Relate an Awful Experience of Suffer ing Relief Trains Going to Their Assistance. Phiixips, Wis., July 31. The ter rible scene here beggars all descrip tion the blackened faces of those who fought to save their homes, stare Nvith blood-shot eyes at the heaps of ruins which mark their once happy homes. Not since the terrible forest fires that destroyed Peshtigo, has any thing occurred which will compare with the scene of ruin here. A com mittee of citizens from Ashland ar rived with a special train of provisions Saturday night at 9 o'clock. It was the first material relief to arrive and it came just in time to keep the people from actually suffering from want of food. Provisions were given out in smal...

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 August 1894

The Goodland Republic. GOODUND. KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY F. L STEWART, Editor and Publisher. S1.50 PER YEAR. Entered at the Poetoffice at Goodland. Kan., for transmission through the mails, aa second ' class mail matter. Office on ea6t side of Houle rard, nret door north of Ennig & Walker's Implement store, THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. STATE TICKET. For Governor L. D. LE WELLING. For Lieutenant Governor D. I. FURBECK. Associate Justice GEORGE W. CLARK. Secretary of State J.-W. AMIS. Auditor of State VAN P. PRATHER. Treasurer of State W. H. BIDDLE. Attorney General JOHN P. LITTLE. Superintendent of Instruction H. N. GAINES. Congressman at Large W. A. HARRIS. Congressman Sixth District WILLIAM BAKER. A little inflation of the currency would suit the people of this section all right these times. Honest money is money that pays debts, taxes and is full legal tender is sued in such quantities as the needs of the people and nation demands. These hard times are laid at the door...

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 August 1894

GO TO THE KAHN SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY FOR CLOTHING, SHOES AND HATS. . TOWN TALK. Wet again Monday. Go to George Hess for hardware. The teachers took the town Monday. The teachers' institute opened Mon day. Low' prices and good goods at Hess hardware. George Hess keeps the f armersTiard ware store. - Camillo Jupe now runs the sprink ling wagon. Rooms to rent over Sharp's store. B.F.Brown. Mks Molly O'Brien is sick with ty phoid fever. - . : Albert Shelley was over from the line Monday. E. F. Murphy returned from a trip to Omaha Friday. The band boys had their pictures taken Monday. Parson Stewart was up from Ken sington Monday. The excursionists left for the irriga ting trip Monday. T. C. Baldwin, the grocery man, was in the city Friday. T. J. Halstead is back from a trip to Colorado Springs. E. A. Douglas returned from the west Sunday night. A nice gentle rain began falling Thursday morning. Born, to E. E. Donly and wife, a daughter, Wednesday. C. W. Smith returned Friday from 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 August 1894

Puff Ball M Food. It will surprise many to knovr that the plebeian puff ball cS cur pastures is good for something' besides old-fash ioned styptic, smoke, and the kick of the email boy. - There are a number of species of the puff-ball, varying: in shape and size from the small white globular variety of an inch in diameter, and the pear ' shaped, to the giant pasture species which may attain the dimensions of a footbalL All are edible if gathered at the white stage, those of yellow or darker fracture being excluded. Of the esculent qu alities of the larger - species, we may judge from the state ment of a connoisseur. "Sliced and ' seasoned in butter and salt, and v fried in the pan, no French- omelet is half as good in . richness and delicacy of flavor." M. C. Cooke, the British au thority, says of it: "In its young and pulpy condition it is excellent eating, and indeed has but few competitors for the place of honor at the table." Remrred Seats. A couple about to be married were Anxi...

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 August 1894

ID alalia VOLUME Yin. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1894. NUMBER 50 Goo ID 4- VOLUNTEERS FOR J. OHIO BOYS WANT TO FIGHT FOR THE MIKADO. OFFER TO ENLIST IH THE IRMY. ATietr Services Tendered to the Japanese JHIalster at Washington Ex-Confederates Also Willing to Enter the -Contest Against China Con sul General Jones Reports. Cleveland, Ohio, Aug-. 6. Washinr- rtolr-difcoatches to-dav nnte-A t.h - ceipt by the Japanese ambassador of :a document in which a number of :young- men in this country had offered .to go to Japan and enlist in the army of the mikado. Only a brief note to ;the effect that the offer constituted an offense against the laws of the United States was appended to the dispatch. It now turns out that one of the .young-men making the offer holds a commission in a national guard com pany of this city, and that at least half a dozen of his comrades are mem bers of his company. A half dozen members of a local company went before a notary public a few days ago and pro...

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 August 1894

(ESS9 The:- Goofed Republic. GOODLAND. - KANSAS Published Every Friday- BY F. L STEWART, Editor and Publisher. $1.50 PER YEAR. Entered at the Postofflce at Goodland. Kan. for transmission through the mails, as second class mail matter. Office on cast side of I Mile rard, first door north of Ennis & Walker's - Implement store. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER STATE TICKET. For Governor L. D. LE WELLING. For Lieutenant Governor D. I. FURBECK. Associate Justice GEORGE W. CLARK. Secretary of State J. W. AMIS. Auditor of State VAN P. PRATHER. Treasurer of State VV. H. BIDDLE. Attorney General JOHN P. LITTLE. Superintendent of Instruction H. N. GAINES. Congressman at Large W. A. HARRIS. Congressman Sixth District WILLIAM BAKER. Jebby Simpson will lead the Populists to victory in the Seventh congressional district. Jerry has made a good record and will certainly be re-elected. Congressman Bryan of Nebraska has taken control of the Omaha World Herald which will be run in the inetr- est of free...

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 August 1894

GO TO THE KAHN SHOE AND CEOTHING COMPANY FOR CBOTHING, SHOES AND HATS. TOWN TALK. Its irrigate now you bet. Go to George Hess for hardware. Low prices and good goods atJHess hardware. George Hess keeps the farmers'hard ware store. Rooms to rent over Sharp's store. B. F. Brown. See Hostetter & Haller at once if you want to sell your land. Everything in the. hardware line at George Hess' hardware. Cap Tait was down to Colby Thurs day and Friday of last week. The date of the ball game between Colby and Goodland has been post poned to Aug. 15. Wanted 10,000 pounds good butter for 10 cents per pound. Thompson & Co., Brewster, Kan. Hostetter & Haller have buyers for several quarters of land. See them if you want to sell your land. Will the Colby Tribune please print the key to that base ball score which they published last week? If you desire to sell, buy or trade your land write Don Carlos & Son 1222 O. street Lincoln, Neb. Marve Tomblin brought some young carp from Garde...

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 August 1894

COCKNEYI3MS. llorr the English Lantasg Is Sl&ngh... tared by Certain of Its Users. .- It is a canon of belief with, many persons that the cockney leaves out. the letter 4,h" where you and I put it in, and that he puts it in where, we leave it out. It is true that nor and again the aspirate is scattered, -indiscriminately and be wilderingly,. but as a rule, says the St. James Gazette, London, it is lazily ignored. The cockney invariably drops the final g" and ho is given to run one. voi"d into another, wherein he alL unknowingly apes the example of his. betters, the example of the heedless, smart," who in lazy slipshod Eng lish could barely afford ' to giveihim. points. Note how perilously close are the renderings of "Did you have 'much fun?" Smart: D'joo av much fun?" Cockney: "Jev much fun? Adverbs ho persists in turning into .adjectives: "Did you have the face ache badly?" ho will render, "Jev the -jaw-rike bed?" Under other circumstances he will turn "face" into "head." "Itow...

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 August 1894

i tie Goodl and volume vin. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1894. NUMBER 51 rock mm Bflo WRECK TWELVE OR MORE LIVES SAC RIFICED. TEE WORK OF TRAIH WRECKERS. When the Train Struck the Trestle the Rails Immediately Spread and the Engine and Two Cars Plunged Forty Feet Into the Creek Be low Passengers Crashed and Burned to Death. Lnrcotw, Neb., Aug-. 11. A fearful wreck, involving the loss of twelve or more lives, occurred on the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific railroad where it crosses, on a high trestle, the tracks of the Union Pacific and the Burling ton & Missouri River railroads, at 10 o'clock last night. All indications point to train wreckers as the cause. Train No. 8 is an accommodation called "Fort Worth accommodation," and is due to arrive here at 9:40 p. m. Last night it was ten minutes late and was making up time when it struck the trestle that crosses Salt creek about four miles from this city and two from the peni tentiary. When it struck the trestle, the rail...

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 August 1894

The Goodland Republic. UOODLAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. IJY F. IL STEWART. Ediic? and Publisher. S1.50 PER YEAR, Entered at the FostoHiee at Goixlland. Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second class mail matter. Office on east fcuie of iUuie vurd, first tloor uortn of Ennis ic Walker's Implement' store. THE 0"r FiCiAL COUNTY PAPER. STATE TICKET. For Go' i l-iicr L. D. LEWLLLIXC. rcr Lieutenant Governor . D. I. IUkBECK. Associate justice GEOKGE W. CLARK. Secretai) of State J. W. AMIS. Auditor of State VAN P. FEAT11EH. Treasurer oi State W. Ii. BIDDLE. Attorney Cc-neral - JOHN P. LITTLE. . Superintendent of Instruction 11. N. GAINES. Congressman at Large W. A. HARRIS. Congressman Sixth District . WILLIAM BAKER. What has become of Andy Carnegie since they have begin to knock holes in that protected armor of his? Where, oh, where! has that lead-pipe cinch, which the Heps were jollied into believing they possessed, got to? Turn tho sword into a plow share, the bayon...

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 August 1894

GO TO THE SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY FOR CLOTHING, SHOES AND HATS. s TOWN TALK. Hot, isn't it? Build a reservoir this month. x Go to George Hess for hardware. Low prices and good goods at I less hardware. - George Hess keeps the farmers'hard ware store. Rooms to rent over Sharp's store. B. F. Brown. See Hostetter & HaUer at once if you want to sell your land. Everything in the hardware line at George Hess' hardware. Charley Rule was over from t he line Friday to see the big course. H. L. Barter of Burlington, Colo., was here Tuesday evening. F. D. Mann of Burlington, Colo., was here Friday and took in the coursuig Misses Mary and Lyda Seamen of Burlington, Colo., was in the city Tues day. The directors of the Goodland Com mercial company held a meeting Tues day. Frank Swearinger has opened a watch repair shop in the Bittner bar ber shop. Lewis McCormick has returned from a trip east and gone to work in the shops again. Wanted 10,000 pounds good butter for 11 cents per pound. Thom...

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 August 1894

SPOfCEN IN JEST. - Do'e3 your new dress fit you well, .' ara?" "Ob. splendidly! I can hardly 1.1 jve or breathe in it." - A ad where's old Bill Johnson?" "11 s here." "He was running for congress twelve years ago. What's he doln;; now?" "Still runnin'1" Little Boy I saw you kiss sis, and it you don't give. me ten cents I'll tell. Young Man Here's the dime. Little Boy Taanks! That makes S3 I've made this season. "What are you doing?" asked the convict of the reporter who was writ ing up the penitentiary. "I'm taking notes." "Humph! That's what brought me here." He I thought it was the younger daughter that was married? She She was at that tLne, but she generously agreed to trade ages with her sister. It was awfully good of her, wasn't it. In the Depths of Mysery. Though endowed -with wealth "beyond the dreams of avarice," the wretched sufferer from chronic dyspepsia Is plunged In the ' depths of misery from which he or she seldom emerges even for a day at a stretch. There is a way to...

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