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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 28 September 1894

y hp HI D 1 VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS. FEIDAY, SEPT. 28, 1894. NUMBER 5 V 4 FORH PEOPLE KILLED. TORNADO IN NORTHERN IOWA AND MINNESOTA. HA5T YILL1GES ARE LAID WASTE, j Twenty Urea Lost at Emmettsburg, Iowa Much Destruction and Loh of Life at North Cerro Gordo Business Portion of teroy, Mixin. , Bnrac4 Down The Lomn Heavy. St. Patjx, Minn., Sept. 2 4. A torna do starting in North Central Iowa swept through Palo Alto, Hancock, Kossuth and Worth counties, that tate, and through the southeastern portion of Minnesota and passed oc into "Wisconsin. According to the most reliable reports so far received from the Btricken region, over forty persons were killed and a score or more injured, while great damage was done to villages and farms. A message from Emmettsburg, Iowa, reports that twenty people were killed there. At Osage, Iowa, five or more per sons were killed and great damage done. Near North Cerro Gordo, the torna do destroyed eight farm houses and killed Ellery McKercher, John Pa...

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. — 28 September 1894

The Ooolii!!! Hcpubl KANS.AS. Friday- Published Every - -25Y-- I II. STKWAKT. Editor iin i frbliskc?. SI.50 PER YEAR. .'..tpr t thToatr.flior Knrvli.nid- Kn . for transmission tliroinrli the mails, 113 .-:! i clais niHii matter. Oiiicc on cm t si'ie r :, :i-- , vard. ttrt door nortu of Ki.iU a V:i!'.i'i- ! Implement store. THE OFFICIAL COU.N ! i ! I ' 3 Buys the from o el. c ion. Kkpublic until after Come in and Subscribe The campaign will js be ahot one you cannot afford io be without a paper: STATE TICKET. l;or Ofvtr:icr L. D. LKWELUNG. r'or Lieutenant Governor I. I. 1'L'RUECK. Associate justice ;i:okge W. CLARK. Secretary of State . J. V. A MIS. Auditor of State VAN P. PRATHEK. Treasurer of State W. H. DIDDLE. Attorney Genera! JOHN P. LITTLE. Superintendent of Insti nctiiai H. N. GAi:-'KS. Coisjjrcsstnan at Lrirgu V. A. HARRIS. CctiKresstn.in Sixth Distric t WILLIAM BAKKK. COUNTY TICKET. l'or Representative FRANK H. SMITH. J-'cr Probate Judge K. A. Kl'.NT. K-r Clerk cf the Distri...

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. — 28 September 1894

GO TO THE KAHN SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY FOR CLOTHING, SHOES AND HATS. FRED A. ALBEE DEAD. KILLED BY THE ACCIDENTAL DIS CHARGE OF A SHOT GUN. One of the Sad si est Accidents of the Year Mis Family Grief Stricken Over the Ter rible Affair The Fnneral Onj of the Largest liver Held in GoodlaiuL. The peaceful quiet of last Sunday was rudely broken by the startling news that Fred A. Albee had been shot by the accidental discharge of a shot gun, while enjoying an outing with a party of friends on- the Smoky, 11 miles southwest of town. Kind friends and doctors hastily de parted for the scene of the accident, but life was extinct when they arrived. The body was brought to town about 9 o'clock and taken to his residence in east Goodland. .The funeral was held Wednesday forenoon from the opera house under the auspices of the I. O. O. F. The fun eral services were conducted by Rev. G. H. Perry, who took his text from St. Matthew xxiv, verse 44: "Therefore be ye also ready, for in such an hour...

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. — 28 September 1894

Immigration. We referred on a previous occasion t a the decline of the comparatiy pow er of the Irish vote in the United States by reason of the growing im portance of th3 English, Scoteh, and Canadian elements in the population. Recent statistics rather striking il lustrate this view. From these it ap pears that during the months of Sep tember and October last the number of emigrants from England and Scot Sand to the United States was very nearly three times aa great as that from Ireland. Taking a somewhat larger view, it is shown that dnring the ten months of the years 1887 and 1888, ending October 20 in each case, the numbers of English and Scotch immigrants were 119,303 and 118, 511 respectively; that of Irish immi grants during the same two periods, fio,248 and 63,531. Commentingon the statistics, the British American i;ays: "As citizens of these States we may look on these facts and figures with great satisfaction, and feel greatly encouraged in our work of naturalization 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. — 5 October 1894

i lfIG ill dill ilW O Ul JLJL Wo u VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEIDAY, OCT. 5, 1894. NUMBER 6 ft i 4 ; V- f JUDGE JENKINS OVERRULED. JUSTICE HARLAN REVERSE HIS FAMOUS STRIKE DECISION. EHPIOYES EAYE RIGHT TO STRIKE. Acting; m Head of th Court of Appeals, Ha Benders a Decision of Deep In teres t to Workingmen Severely. Criticises Judge Jenkins' In junction Ord,er Wood and Bnnn Concurr. Chicago, Oct. 2. In the United States court of appeals to-day Justice Harlan of the United States supreme court, readirg the opinion, the fa mous strike injunction of Judge Jen kins was rather severely handled. Justice Harlan held that a body of men had a right to quit irrespective of the discomfort which might result. They had, however, no right to con spire to do damage or to embarrass. He did not agree with Judge Jenkins famous definition of a strike, that it was necessarily illegal, but held that there was such a thing as a legal strike. Judge Jenkins' injunction was mod ified. Judges Wood and Bunn...

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. — 5 October 1894

"J!l! - WMl GOOD LAND. KANSAS. Published Every Friday. --BY P. H. STEWART. Editor aud Publisher. SI. 50 PER YEAR, Entered at the PoetoBiee at Goodland. Kan for trunsmiH.Hion through the mails, -ss ccoiid class mail mutter. Office on east side of JJoule vard, first door north of Ennis Si Walker's Implement store. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. loc ; Buys the Republic ; from 1.0.. until after el. c. ion. Come in and Subscribe The campaign will be a hot one t.nd you cannot afford to be without u paper: S3 STATE TICX.ET. Fcr 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 cf State W. H. B1DDLE. Attorney General JOHN P. LITTLE. Superintendent cf Instruction II. N. GAINES. Congressman at Lai,;:: W. A. HARRIS. Congressman Sixth District WILLIAM BAKER. COUNTY TICKET. For Representative FRANK H. SMITH. I"cr Probate Jadge R. A. KENT. For Clerk of the District Court L. 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. — 5 October 1894

0 Tm KAHNi SHOE mR CLOTHING COMPANY WILL THIS WEEK START A ;P o 11? Don't postpone your purchases in the hope of buying cheaper later; you can never buy to such advantage as you can right now, our stock never was as complete as it is now. brighter Jays are com in. but uniii there bright days and times do come we shall work for glory and sell our goods at prices that will merely cover the original cost and that of handling. Under these circumstances what doa; omostitioa aai nu :..? benefit by this course and we shall be content to merit their approval. The people will V 4 ) GENT'S FINE Suits and Overcoats. We have the best American makes. If there are any better made we don't know it for $5 to $20, fine enough for the most exacting to select from, but we desire to emphasize the incomparable values of our SIO, $12 and SI5 Garments. The designs are delightful and fetching, the fitting properties are faultless, the prices will speak for themselves and advertise us. Ladies', Misses' 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. — 5 October 1894

ONE OF MR. HIUBY3 STORIES Aa Anecdote by the Heocla Fot to Snow tha Power of Simla. .' The Hoosier .poet Riloy, has a new story regarding1 the influence of music. He said , recently to a reporter in his genial manner: "Strange what an in fluence music has upon a man. Especi ally the kind that steals upon his ear in accents sweet and low. Now, there's Bill Feasley, for instance. He wasn't much of a singer, yet he caused quite a disturbance by singing an old gos pel hymn. Bight across from my house is a grocery store. One day last July a man placed a ladder against the grocery store ' and tried to put up a sign nearly twenty feet long over the window. There was an element of Intense interest in this proceeding to thirty men who gathered around the ladder and watched the man . as he stood upon his precar ious perch. Pretty soon Bill Peasley came along. He joined the group, putting his hands behind his back in a lazy manner, and began softly whistling the 'Sweet By and By. The air was s...

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. — 12 October 1894

' S V . VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEIDAY, OCT. 12, 1894. NUMBER 7 Go epuMiCo 4 M BinOIB 10 SIEP If! WILL PUT A STOP TO THE CHINA-JAPAN WAR- TEST El YE DECIDED TO HTERYEI2. Germany, Great Britain, Fnaet, BuiU, ud Possibly the United States, Said to Have Keached as Understand ing; Whereby Hostilities Are to Be VroagHt to an End Two Japanese Armies In China. LoTrDos, Oct. 10. There la every reason to believe that the Japanese war on China will not be so serious as was at.fir&t feared for it is stated on the best authority that Great Britain. Germany, France and Russia have perfected an international agreement to use their best endeavors to bring hostilities to a speedy termination and there is every reason to believe that the United States will become a party to the agreement. In pursu ance of this British, German, French and Russian warships are being sent to the scene of the war as speedily as possible and it is probable that the last of this month may see the end of active ho...

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. — 12 October 1894

tie Good and Republic. GOODLAND. KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY F. H. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. SI. 50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Poetoffiee at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second lass mail matter. Office on east side of ikjule ard, first door north of Ennis & Walker's Implement store. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. No WOX.DEB Morrill tella the people in the east, he is from the west. Most men would" tell the people they were from hades before they would own to a residence with this gang he is train ing with, and yet we cannot see but Morrill is an unscrupulous and un worthy as his co-partners in dirty work. Think over these redeemers well, voter, before putting them in the custody of your affairs. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION. Satxititute for Senate Joint Kesolutlona No. 1 and 2. Be It resolved by the legislature of the utate of Kansas: two-thuds of the mem ben elected to each house tnereof, con curring therein. Suction 1. The following pr...

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. — 12 October 1894

fi r HE N SHOE 4HS CLOTHING COMPANY r t Don't postpone your purchases in the hope of buying cheaper later, you can never buy to such advantage as you can right now, our stock never was as complete as it is now. brighter days are coming, but until there bright days and times do come we shall work for glory and sell our goods at prices that will merely cover the original cost and that of handling. Under these circumstances what does competition amount to? Nothing. The people will benefit by this course and we shall be content to merit their approval. I T KAH sgWILL THIS WEEK START Ass iGEEAT MTROBUCTION SAH GENTS .FINE SUITS AND 'OVERCOATS 'AND LADIES' JACKETS. GENT'S FINE Suits and Overcoats. We have the best American makes. If there are any better made we don't know it for $5 to $20, fine enough for the most exacting to select from, but we desire to emphasize the incomparable values of our SIO, $12 and $15 Garments. The designs are delightful and fetching, the fitting properties are...

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. — 12 October 1894

THE RABBIT PEST. Kcir Zealand .Cats Are Taught to Catch the Troablesoms Little Animal. In" New Zealand the sheep farmer drives from one log cabin to another on bin "run" with a cartful of cats in caes, which are deposited at each and taught to earn a living by keep iag down the rabbit plague. Th demand for cats, fostered by the in crease of the rabbits, even disturbs the domestic circle, when harth-mg favorites of known home-making habits mysteriously disappear, and bereaved housewives on comparing notes find a suspicious correspondence between the rise in the price offered by the advertising farmers and tha sudden loss of their household pets. Is Australia the rabbit has learned ft new accomplishment. In California it has forgotten an old one. The Australian rabbit has developed long dawn and climbs the scrubs with ease, in order to eat the leaves when grass is scarce. In California it has forgot ten how to burrow; and recently a rising en masse of the inhabitants of rabbi t-io tes...

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. — 19 October 1894

'W ' 1 P 0 jroodland VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEEDAY, OCT. 19, 1894. NUMBER 7 :1 lae v. hum ii mopii. EXPENDITURES OF THE FIFTY THIRD CONQRESS. FIGUEES UP TO DATE GIYEH ODT. The Clerks of the Senate tad Home Illi Their Annul Volume, as Re paired by Law The Total Ap propriations of the Two Ses sions to Date Figures , . I'p 492.S3e.685. Wasbixotox, Oct. 17. The annual olume .on appropriations.new offices, . tc,, required by law to be prepared under he direction of the congres sional committee on appropriations, has just been completed by T. P. Cleaves and J. C. Courts, clerks re spectively of the senate and house committees. This shows that the to tal specific appropriations made at the first and second sessions of the Fifty third congress amount to $359,156,000, the permanent appropriations to 101,074,680 and the grand total to 492,230,685. The appropriations by bills are as follows: Agricultural, 3,223,623; army, $23,592,834; diplo matic and consular, 31,563,913; Dis trict of Co...

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. — 19 October 1894

11 iMii!j.iiai. The GoodlaDd Republic GOOD LAND. - 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 mail matter. Olfice on east side of jsoulo vard, first door north of Enais M. Walker's ' Implement store. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY 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 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. TEAGA...

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. — 19 October 1894

R - . . r nrm LJae 03H 'A O Hl Tl H! A(Q LTQan Beg to acknowledge the calls of many ladies who visited our cloak department They were delighted with the many beautiful garments we were show ing. Well, many bought, and many promised to call again, but all felt satisfied at our efforts in selecting such a line for them to pick from. Now let us talk of our Shoe Department OVERFLOWING WITH BARGAINS. Uoir g V 4 1 I VeT; . -; j I MEN'S In men's shoes our line is complete. For fine goods we have SeLz, Schwab & Co. 's best makes. For medium goods we have M. D. Wells & Co.'s best makes. In the Selz. Sthwab & Co.'s shoes we have the best hand-sewed calf, cordevan, Kangaroo and patent leather, in width from B C D E to EE. In button, lace or congress. YOU MUST SEE THEM. THE KENMOEE MEET. THE SECOND ANNUAL MEETING THE "BANNER ONE." The High Entrance Fee and Bis Stake Uring Out the Cracker Jacks of the Coursing- Fraternity The Banquet Alt That Could Be Desired. The second annual meeti...

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. — 19 October 1894

J Hoo'd'a Sarsaparilla builds up the shat tered system, by giving vigorous action to the digestive organs, creatine an appetite and purifying the blood. It is prepared by modern methods, possesses the greatest curative powers, and has the most wonder ful record of actual cures of any medicine in existence. Be sure to get only Hood's. cod's Sarsa parilla ' Hood's Sarsaparilla i Cures is the best medicine . have ever taken for a V"- blood purifier. I had a tired feeling, and was restless at night. I feel much better since taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. I have taken a great many ether medicines, but they have given me no relief. My vrifo and children have also taken 'lood's Sarsaparilla for purifying .the blood -with beneficial results." Earn. Koch, Beecher, 111. Get only Hood's. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable. 5c '.W. L. Osuglas 03 3 H O El NO SQukAMN Q. 5. CORDOVAN, 4.toFlNECAlf&KW3ARCl P0LICE.3 Sous. 2Mz$ Boys'schoolShoes. - LADIES- , SEND FOR CATALOGUE XWLtDflUCLAS. . - BROCKTO...

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. — 26 October 1894

1 fa blic OOQ VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 26, 1894. NUMBER 8 ReptB Jl iana V- 4, MISSOURI PACIFIC HELD UP WRECKED AND LOOTED BY THE COOK GANG. tU PASSENGER FATALLY SHOT Express Car and Passenger Robbed--Two Hundred Shots Exchanged Be tween the Train and the Band lta The Car Klddled With Bal lets Posses In Hot Vursalt. Wasoneb, Ind. Ter., Oct. 23. The Kansas City and Missouri Pacific express, which left here at 9:30 Saturday night, was wrecked and robbed by the Cook gang of desperadoes at Cor r eta, a blind siding' five miles south of here. The train was going at a speed of about twenty-five miles per hour and when within 100 feet of the switch a man sprang out from behind an em bankment and threw the switch for the side track, running the train into a string of empty box cars. Engineer James Harris applied the air and re versed his engine, but did not have time to jump before the engine struck the cars on the siding. The robbers commenced firing at the train and engine...

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. — 26 October 1894

Tiie Goodland RepubliG. GOOD LAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday- BY F. B. STEWART, Editor and Publisher. $1.50 PER YEAR. Entered at the Postoffice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second class, mail matter. Office on east side of boule vard, first door north of Ennis & Walker's Implement store. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. SIX PACES. ". 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. 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. — 26 October 1894

0 n 1 1 'TMe Kaliii lObiamp3 iJoniToa Beg to acknowledge the calls of many ladies who visited our cloak department. They were delighted with the many beautiful garments we were show-f ing. Well, many bought, and many promised to call again, but all felt satisfied at our efforts in selecting such a line for them to pick from. Now let us talk of our Shoe Department Blioe c MEN'S In men's shoes our line is complete. For fine goods we have Selz, Schwab & Co. 's best makes. For medium goods we have M. D. Wells & Co.'s best makes. In the Selz. Sthwab & Co. 's shoes we have the best hand-sewed calf, cordevan, Kangaroo and patent leather, in width from B C D E to EE. In button, lace or congress. YOU MUST SEE THEM. DO THEY WANT IT? DO REPUBLICANS WANT THEIR COUNTY RECORD PUBLISHED? The Republican Annex the News Seems to Be Proud of the Record Made Ily that Party When It Had Control of the County Administration. We do not believe in villification and abuse as campaign argument 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. — 26 October 1894

A Iot Iter's Duty. The woman was up before the court for whipping1 her husband, and as it was not the lirst time, the judge wu disposed to be severe. "Prisoner," he said sternly, "you have been here before on the same charge, but knowing1 the kind of a man your husband is I have been leni ent, i Now what have you to say? Why. do you persist in your conduct? "Well, your honor," she said, decis ively, "I've got to do it. I have four girl& gxowin up and like as not they'll marry good for nothin' husbands like I did.ani, your honor, I'm settin' them a good example, that's all," and the judge let the case go by. Like "Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tone." Wea nerves respond harshly and inharmoni ously to slight shocks, which would produce no effect pon strong ones. The shrill outcry of a child, the slamming of a door, the rattling of a vehicle over uneven pavement and other trifling disturbances effect weak nerves sensitive nerves, sorely. Nervousness Is largely at tributed to dyspepsia ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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