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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 24 August 1894

t n L J1JL volume vm. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FBIDAY, AUGUST-24, 1894. NUMBER 52 1 he It -J irCep 1 ! i l : If . RAILROAD BROTHERHOODS. LEADINQ REPRESENTATIVES HOLD A CONFERENCE. DISCUSS THE LATE A. R. 0. STEIKfL AU tho Men Who Deserted Their Broth whooda to Join the A- R. V. Strike Seeking IieadmUtion to Their Old Order Will All be Taken . Back on the Promise Kot to Do So Again. Chicago, Aug. 21. A conference was held here yesterday by repre sentatives of the railroad brother hoods for the discussion of matters affecting' the old organizations as a result of the work of the A. R. U. during- the recent strike. Amonj those present were: Grand Chief F. P. Sargent and F. W. Arnold of the Locomotive Firemen, Grand Chief S. C. Wilkenson, Messrs. Morrisey and Terrell of the Brotherhood of Trainmen and T. V. Powell, grand chief of the Order of Railway Teleg raphers. An agreement was reached to endeavor to secure the reinstate ment of the members of the orders who joined the A. R. U., and, having...

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 August 1894

The Goodland Republ GOODLANI). KANSAS. ! Published Every Friday. BY F. ft, STEWART, Editor and Publisher. late railroad strikes, could know how IP. I little attention congress is paying or 1 v ! - J. , - A - A 11 11 1 J i. ! mienaing to pay to iubui mey wuuiu an once stop signing and sending them to ; "Washington. The ballot box is away i ahead of the petition box as a congres sional persuader, but some people do not seem able to grasp that idea. $1.50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Postoflice at Goodland. Kan. for transmission through the mails, as second class mail matter. Office on east 6tde of lioule vard, first door north of Ennis & Walker's Implement store. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER STATE TICKET. For Governor L. D. LE WELLING, ror 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. Congress...

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 August 1894

GO TO' THE;KAHN; SHOE. AND CIOTHIlsTG COMPANY FOR CLOTHING SHOES AND HATS. ME. HUDSON'S SPEECH A VERY COMMONPLACE TALK PUT UP. Tlie Day Meeting Falls ThrongU for the Want of an Audience Abase of the People's Party Constituted the Kntire Speech. . Owing to the "extreme (?) heat" and the lack of an audience, (principally the lack of an audience) Major J. K. Hudson, editor of the Topeka Capital, failed to deliver his great Morrill lec ture Monday afternoon as advertised. In the evening, however, a medium sized audience of not very enthusiastic Republicans were in attendance and listened to an hour's talk by the major. The speech from begining to end was a tirade of abuse and villification against the People's party. Not once did he get out of the narrow channel of state politics, not once 'tid he mention a na tional issue, not once did he mention the present financial troubles or indus trial disturbances, nor did he call up that bewildering maze of words, the Kansas state Republican pl...

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 August 1894

The Old I-IbrtT BU. The old liberty boll now rests la a handsome new case in the east room of Independence hall, Philadelphia. The case is made of selected quartered white o.ik, is five feet ten inches square and lyafeet hig-h. On each of the fctir hi 'cs is a l&rge plate g-lass over four iec. wiae ana seven ieet nigh m the ceii er. At each corner is a bronzed pilhir surmounted by neat carved work wniie over eacn of the glass sides is and arch with the names of the thir teen original states carved, that of Pennsylvania being on the keystone. Facing the doorway, leadiner down from the top, is a carved model of "Old Abe," the famous war eagle, the wings measuring nity-lour inches from tip to tip. Beneath, on the top part of the case, is the inscription copied from the bell, "Proclaim liberty throughout all the world to all the inhabitants there of." On each corner of the top is a polished bronzed torch. The bell is suspended within the case from the marred old yoke on which it hun...

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 August 1894

ReTptibllCo ail i Be X 4- VOLUME IX. CLEVELAND DIWOIID. THE TARIFF BILL A LAW WITH OUT HIS SIGNATURE. HE WRITES MOTHER LETTER. Tho Bill Was Not What He Wanted, bat Bather Than Have All Tariff Legis lation Fall He Consents to Let It Become a Law Wants Tariff .Agitation Continued by the Next Congress. Washington-, Aug-. 29. The presi dent yesterday sent the following letter to Representative Catchings ot Mississippi, who consented to its pub lication, in view of its public charac ter and importance: "Executive Mansion, ) "Washington, Aug. 27, 1S94. f "Hon T. C. Catchings: "My Dear Ser: Since the conversa tion I had with you and Mr. Clark of Alabama, a few days ago in regard to my action upon the tariff bill now before me, I have given the subject full and most serious consideration. The result is I am more settled than ever in the determination to allow the bill to become a law without my signature. "When the formulation of legisla tion which it was hoped would em body Democratic idea...

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 August 1894

The Oooiiland Republic. of Wall street and turn down a man 1 that has always shown himself true to his cpnstituents? Not much, Baker WOODLAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY F. fl. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. S1.50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Postoffice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second class mall matter. Office on east side of lioule rard, first door north of Ennis Si Walker's Implement store. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. STATE TICKET. For Governor L. D. LEWELLING. . For Lieutenant Governor ,D. I. HJRBECK. Associate Justice GEORGE VV. 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. COUNTY CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the People's party of Sherman county will be held at Goodland, on Sat urday, Sept. i, 1894, convening at 10 o'clock a...

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. — 31 August 1894

GO TO TOE ": KAHN SHOE AND CIOTtiliSTQ COMPANY FOR CBOTHING, SHOES AND H p v. a tr: TOWN TALK. Congress has adjourned. Go to George Hess for hardware School commences next Monday. Hon. Fred Yearick was a city visitor Tuesday. Low prices and good goods at Hess hardware. George Hess keeps the farmers'hard ware store. Rooms to rent over Sharp's store. B. F. Brown. Parson Stewart was up from Kensing ton Tuesday. George Green, the travelingman, was here Friday. The tariff bill became a law without Cleveland's signature. The cement floors are being put in the court house vaults. Dr. VanDoren is at Bird City this week visiting his sons. See Hostetter & Haller at once if you want to sell your land. Everything in the hardware line at George Hess' hardware. Postmaster John E. Bretz was up from LaBlanche Tuesday. Hostetter & Haller will make a few small loans on improved land. L. C. Rogers and wife of Edson, are visiting friends at Seneca, Kan. George Seibert returned from an ex tended...

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. — 31 August 1894

OUR FROZEN ANCESTORS. Primeval Elan, May Xet Be IMseoTered la a Glacier. "Was he arboreal, and did ho Hto upon fruit?" It has been, suggested ti.at he was driven from these mild ways by the cold of that unpleasant timo when glaciers covered the earth. :The trees died and the fruits per ished, and the ancestor, climbing' down, began with rats and mice, and finished with cannibalism, to avoid perishiag ' likewise. Also, he in vented lire. Also, the cold made him use language. But this is rather an unsubstantial speculation, since Pro fessor Prestwich, for instance, be lieves that there were men before the glaciers. At any rate, he tells us that atSevenoaks, in the very old pro-glacial "plateau drift" above the downs, he has found instruments of flint. .It is not impossible that those beetle-browed persons, the paleolithic men, the remote men who chipped 'out weapons of unpolished stone and knew the uses of neither cattle, clay, nor corn, were less human looking than their skeletons wo...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 September 1894

1 uoodlamd -a - fi o VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FED) AY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1894. NUMBER 2 X 4- LiOn 1111 DM. CELEBRATION IN MANY OFTHE TRADE CENTERS. NUMEROUS IMPOSING ' PARADES. i Thousands Farads In New York and Brooklyn The Observance General In Washington Coxey at Spring field, Mo Parades at Various Points Governor Le wel ling at Kansas City. New York, Sept. 4. Labor made an mposing demonstration here to-day. The weather was favorable for march ing, the snn bsing obscured by a haze, while a cool breeze from the east made the air bracing1. Not far from 20,000 men, representing1 nearly all the trades were in line, and inter spersed in the precession were bands from the various assemblies. In Brooklyn the Central Labor Un ion had the directing- of a grand pa rade. . . . Washinqtos-, Sept. . To-day being Labor day all the trovernment de partments and public offices were closed, as were a great many stores and public places, The labor organ izations paraded and spent the day at a park i...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 7 September 1894

7 v I 1 I GOOD LAND. - KANSAS. s. . Published Every- Friday. BY F. E. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. S1.50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Postoffice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the jaails, as second class mail matter. Office on east side of lioule- 'rard, first door north of Eunis & Walker's Implement store. THE OFFJCIAL 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. COUNTY TICKET. For Representative FRANK H. SMITH. For Probate Judge R. A. KENT. ' For Clerk of the District Court L. H. HANEY. For Superintendent of Instruction R. C. SMITH. For County Attorney JOHN HARTZLER. For Commissioner Second District GEORGE W. TEAGARDEN. Many a man ...

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. — 7 September 1894

GO TO THE KAHN SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY FOR CLOTHING, SHOES A.NI3 HATS. IT'S A CBACKER-JACK. THE PEOPLE'S PARTY TICKET A SURE WINNER. All Candidates Good, Clean Men and the Untrammeted Choice of the Convention Everybody Satisfied With the Results and Will Elect the Ticket. For Representative FRANK H. SMITH For Probate Judge R. A. KENT For Clerk of the District Coort I H. HANEV For Superintendent of Instruction.. R. C. SMITH For County Attorney ..JOHN HARTZLER The People's party county convention met at the court house Saturday and nominated the above winning ticket. The men of which it is composed are all well known, honorable and capable of filling the positions, to which they will be elected, in a manner that will reflect great credit upon the People's party and Sherman county. The convention from beginning to end was very harmonious and enthus iastic, the nomination, in all cases, seek ing the man. The absense of slates and fix-ups in cheering contrast to old party conventions 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. — 7 September 1894

Waked Up in Time " i'u the fact that a want of tone in the system is the herald of approaching disease, hosts of invalids have adopted that certain means of , self rescue from Impending danger, Hostet ter"s Stomach Bitters. This benignant tonic promotes, in no ordinary degree, digestion and assimilation, through which the blood is fertil ized and made strength-yielding. Beside xis, Inactivity of the liver, bowels and kiai which Impede a gain of vigor, is overcome. Appetite, as well as the ability to gratify it without discomfort, is stimulated by this thorough medicinal cordial, Which also ' has - a tranquilizing elTect upon nerves weak and 'mquiet. Food, It should be remembered, only half Invigorates the dyspeptic. By the use of the Bitters its nourishing properties are made available. For malaria, rheumatism ivd the innrmatlves of age, use the Bitteis. ' Tobacco is a filthy weed ; I touch it not !' . said Robert Reed ; "but cigarettes are my delight; I smoke them morning, noon and...

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. — 14 September 1894

rrns-n, , ....II:.:: Hi Goodla: n lilQ VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FED) AY, SEPT. 14, 1894. NUMBER 3 4 A CONSPIRACY LflfD BARE. THE MILLINGTON LYNCHINO . AFFAIR EXPOSED. UL THOSE IMPLICATED IRE KK0W3 fh Son of Sheriff McGarver TTu In vited to Take a Hand, and Was Given ' the Details of the Massacre by One of the Men Now in Jail bat Refused to Take Band In It. Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 11. Tha Whole plot of the lj'iiching of six alleged negro incendiaries near Mill ington, Tenn., on the night of August 81 has been laid bare, and before many hours elapse, every man im plicated in the conspiracy will be in jaiL Robert McC'arver, son of J. A. McCarver, sheriff of Shelby county, is the man who exposed the conspira tors. He was invited before the grand Jury and told the whole story. Young McGarver at first refused to give testi mony, but when given the alternative of going to jail for contempt of court, . or revealing the plot, he chose the latter. In his testimony before the grand Jury McGa...

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. — 14 September 1894

The '.''Goody Republic. GOODLAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY- F. B. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. S1.5Q PER YEAR. Entered at the F'lftoffice i Gotland. Kan., for transmission thrtHivti tho uiaiie, as second olass uittU niinjr. t'lcf on i tsi s-sue of iioul" rard. l)it luor uorih of Kiiuis St Walker's Ioipictucut bt-re. THE OFFSCIAL COUNTY PAPER STATE TICKET. For Governor -L. D. LEWELLING. For Lieutenant Governor D. I. FURBECK. Associate Justice GEORGE VV. 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. COUNTY TICKET. For Representative FRANK H. SMITH. For Probate Judge R. A. KENT. For Clerk of the District Court L. H. HANEY. For Superintendent of Instruction R. C. SMITH. For County Attorney JOHN HARTZLER. For Commissioner Second District GEORGE W. TEAGARDEN. mm IOC ...

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. — 14 September 1894

GO TO THE KAHN SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY FOR CLOTHING, SHOES AMD HATS, THE BASE BALL GAME OPENS WITH POOR WEATHER DUSTY AND CQLD. Atwood'i Professional Barrwl Oat of the Tonrnsmeat and Bluffed by' Goodland for a Mac bed Game Small Attendance the Kale. The first annual base ball tourna ment for northwestern Kansas opened at Goodland Tuesday. The day was raw and windy which made good ball playing an impossibility. The attend ance was poor, the grand stand nearly empty, and the bleechers only partly filled. "Play ball" was yelled by Umpire Bainbridge at 3:30 and Goodland and Ruleton proceeded to do business. From the first inning it could be seen that Goodland was an easy winner, as Ruleton was short on batteries. . The "Parson," Goodland's kid pitcher, did some very creditable playing and pro mises to develop into a top-notcher. "Susy" Greer on first, made some good stops and played good ball all the time. Finley made a couple of good catches and throws from left field. There was some...

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. — 14 September 1894

The Fondest Hoar Memory Kecalls . The question naturally suggests Itself, Which is "the fondest hour memory recalls?" Hag the reader, whose attention we hope to engage, ever had a controversy with his stom ach on the subject of dyspepsia. After con vincing proofs that the digestive organ has made to Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters? If so, the "fondest hour" has been recalled by memory in the shape of a lasting resumption of the power to digest, assimilate thoroughly and eat heartily without fear of being un comfortable afterward. When the dinner bell, that ' tocsin of the soul," strikes agree ably upon' the ear, the auditor then greets it as a welcome sound and hastens to obey its summons. The Bitters, so renowned as a stomachic, overcome, too, malarial, bilious and kidney trouble, and remedy nervousness, rheumatism and sick headache. - Crazy on the Subject of Dress. A paper published in London gives & strange account of the duches3 of Somerset, whose personal property it says was ...

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. — 21 September 1894

as i o I toe Till f i'j tj ft o VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEIDAY, SEPT. 21, 1894. NUMBER 4 Goo'dlaiM - Jl BRECKINRIDGE IVILL - FIGHT. THE COLONEL DOES NOT ACKNOWLEDGE DEFEAT. WILL CONTEST OWENS' ELECTION. Claims That Fraud Was Committed by Ilia Successful Rival Desha and Other Friends of the Congressman Sent Out to Secure Evidence of Crooknednejs Connter Charges by Owens. Lexington, Ky., Sept. 18. Breckin ridge will contest tbe result of Satur . day's primaries in which "he was de feated by W. C. Owens and has already sent letters to the committeemen in eight counties notifying1 them of his purpose. II is ground will be fraud in Scott county. The Breckinridge men have a majority of four in the district committee, which declares officially who is the nominee in the primary returns. It is claimed by Breckin ridge men that enough illegal votes were cast Saturday to overcome the small plurality of Owens. The com mittee will meet Saturday of this week at Frankfort to canvass the rotes...

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. — 21 September 1894

The- Goodland"' Republic. GOOD LAND. KANSAS. Published Every Friday. IJY- F. H. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. $1.50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Postoffice at Goodland, Kan.. for transmission through the mails, as second lass mail matter. Office on cast side of i'.onlc rard, flint door north of Ennis & Walker's Implement store. - THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. ss loo 3 Buys the from now election. Republic until after z Come in and zz 2. Subscribe 3i The campaign will t- . be a hot one &ndyou k cannot afford to be f without a paper: STATE TICKET. For Governor L. D. LEWELLING. 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. COUNTY TICKET. For Representative FRANK H. SMITH. For Probate Judge . R. A. KENT. For Cle...

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. — 21 September 1894

GO TO TlrlH KIA-tiN SHOE AND ' CLOTHING COMPANY FOR , CBOTHING, SHOES AND HATS. TOOK THE PENNANT. GOODLAND WINS THREE GAMES STRAIGHT. Colby Comes Seond and Norcatur Third The Goodland Colby Game the Best of the Series Marble and Jordan Doing Fine Work. The tournament ended Friday after noon when Goodland took the last came from Colbv by a score of 16 to 15 in a seven inning came. Some of the . Colby boys claimed they were hogged out of the game by the umpire, but a careful review of the game shows that they were out-played in the box and out batted, Goodland placing her hits in better places. The work of the two pitchers shows that Jordan struck out 14 to' Marbles 13. Jordan only got base hits to Marble's 11. Jordan only hit one while Marble five. Colby made 9 errors to Goodland's 7. The umpire's decisions were all on the square and in calling the game he was right as dark ness would not have permitted another inning. Colby was the first to bat but did not score, although two men to...

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. — 21 September 1894

OPFICaH'S CHARADE, A. Game at a Russian Garrison Requiring Practice A general arrived from St Peters burg: in a garrison town la the in terior of Russia to hold an inspec tion of the troops. After the review he stepped into the officers' mess 0001, where he noticed on the court tsr a row of bottles to which, Instead 61 tho usual labels, white tickets, with a single letter of the alhpabet on f ach. were affixed. The bottles stood in rank and file, and in alpha betical order. "Wiiat does this mean?" the gen eral asked the lieutenant who was showing him around. "That is an officer's charade, your excellency, replied the officer, rather embarrassed. ' The general continued his in ' gulries, and elicited the following information: "ach bottle contains a different kind of liquor. At the meeting of the Officers' club one of us mixes some of these varieties in a glass so that the initials spell a name, and the older and more, experienced members of the club, after tasting it, guess what it ...

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