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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 4 January 1895

- ! . i- : ,BY CAFT CiAUUZB tfiffi , I - . i3 8Y"THC CHAPTER IV.-Contiatied. He fairly started. Had she seeu Lira r1 os? Did she know it "was he who re beneath her -window; he who leap c 1 ia chase of that scoundrel; he -who "jle away with that heavy telltale lad der? And knowing all thi3, could 6he ttand there smiling in hi3 ff.ce, the in carnation 'of maiden innocence and l-uty? Impossible! Yet what could she mean? "How did you know I had 80 long a v:gil?' ho asked, and the cold, strained tne, the half averted eyes, the pallor of his face, all struck her at once. la s' fuitly her manner changed. . "Oh forgive me, captain. I see you are all worn out, and I'm keeping you here at the gate. Come to the piazza and Fife down. I'll tell papa you are here, for I fenow you want to see him. " And she tripped lightly away before he could re - ply aud rustled up th9 stairs. He could bear her light tap at the colonel's door 'iid her soft, clear, flutelike voice, : Papa, Captain Chester is hers...

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. — 4 January 1895

1 " few,- 'A - 'jfiiip0r " ! . k 1 1 11 i kJ-iL.iL b;.i..-.jsr-a 1 1 v7 h 1 1 ij mil -V i y t u l -.1 -1 a THE KAM SHOE AND CLOTHING COMPANY which has been the pride.of your city and county and which has, through their straightforward dealings and upright business methods, found the way to your heart is going to leave Groodlaud on o.i aboat the 15th of January. We have associated ourselves with the Of Sedalia, Mo., and will have to take charge of that business at that time. Rather than ship the stock we have concluded to give the peo ple of Goodland and vicinity another proof of our appreciation of their business and close our entire stock which you all know is the finest in northwestern Kansas, at STRICTLY COST, so if you need an Overcoat, or Suit, or Pants, or Shoes, or Boots, or Hat call and inspect them at present! prices. One dollar will do the work of two. We want our last sale in Goodland to stand out by itself unequaled by any thing you have ever seen or heard of. All we ask...

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. — 11 January 1895

VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, 'PBIDAY. JANUARY 11, 1895. NUMBEE 20. 1 Is still on at the WIZARD'S, but will continued only a few days longer. Clothing is moving at the lowest prices ever offered I in this county. I Men's Suits Complete j . $3.90 to $12 for the Best. Children's and Boy's Suits j $1.40 to $6.50. 1 Overcoats We offer and show you new clothing, good clothing, made right and bought right, from best and greatest manufacturers of clothing m America. Don't delay, come now. "Procrasti nation is the thief of time and opportunity." Stop in and look through the clothing at the WIZARD'S. CLOTHING UP-STAIRS. THE LEGISLATURE IS! SESSlOfl The Members of the Kansas Legisla ture Sworn In. CHARLES LOBDELL THE SPEAKER The Caucus Nominees Elected and Sworn in Committee to Notify the Gover nor that the House Is Organized. Topeka, Jan. 8. At 12 o'clock (noon) Lieutenant Governor Daniels called the senate to order and in a' short speech congratulated the members upon again assembling with t...

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. — 11 January 1895

-7 OoodlaiiJ lleliic 11 U GOODLAND. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY i 11 STEWART, Editor and PcjiMcr. 1.50 PER YEAR,1 Entered at the Postoffice at Goodland, Kan., for transmission through the mails, as second ciasa mail matter. Office on east side of Bouie rard, first dour north of Ennis & Walker' Irapleraent itore. I THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER, Only 758 silrer dollars were coined in 1S94 and they were used exclusiTely for campaign purposes. A silver bullet iu 180G will lay th Demo-Republican ghost. The Pepople's party is just getting leady to mould it. Carlisle aud Cleveland are pining for an elastic currence. Wonder how silver certificates printed on India rub ber would suit? J Thakks to the Populists more peopla have learned more about finance, the one important issue, in the past two years than they did in the preceding twenty. j Peter Kline opens his lottery busi ness in Kansas City, Kan., in February. The irrepressible Peter hslped Jlorrill to get elected and will now ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 11 January 1895

CHAPTER VII. -Continued "It is hard to say. He was so nerv ously anxious to got away to see the general the very day yoa arrived hero that there s;a.s net a moment in which I could askdMm about himself, and sines his return he has avoided all mention of it beyond saying it i-j no :hing but indigestion and ho would be all right in a few days. I never know hick to suffer m that way in ray life. . Is there any regimental matter that can bo troubling him?" sho asked in a lower ton "Nothing of any conseque: ever. Of course the officers grincd over their defeat in match. They had expected very hijh, but Mr. JeiTold's ice what feel cha- the rifle to stand shooting average, was unexpectedly below the and it threw their team be-hir But the colonel didn't make the faintest al lusion to it. That hasn't worried him anywhere near as much as it has the others, I should judge. " "I do not think it was all Ir. Jci- rold's fault, mamma," said i liss Hcn- wick, with gentle reproach nd a very becoming...

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. — 11 January 1895

0 n Villi n y '4 n n :-i f n Vv j i 1 1 H e .utw -1 . t-i h H -? L- t i sg t ff , SA i tl ,1 J H S i - e. J Rather than ship our stock of merchandise we have decided to party and offer from $10 ipr such as you will have to pay, after we are gone, $16 to $20. Think of it, $10 includes any suit or overcoat in our store of every imaginable grade or weave, none reserved, put aside or hid away, but all must go. OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT is included in this slaughter, almost at your own price, hats and furnishings will be sold below cost to save shipping expenses. Ladies jackets about half price and from this day all goods such as clothing, shoes, hats and furnishings must be sold and will be sold regardless' of cost. Ve want this, our last sale in Goodland, to stand unequaled by anything you have ever seen or heard ol and leave you a pleasant remember ance of us. Call and see us before we leave. TOWN TAL. Bulk oysters tit Swartu'. Go to George Hess for hardware. Farmers, take your h ides to Sw...

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. — 18 January 1895

T7 OLUMEIX. GOODLAKD, KANSAS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 18, 1S95. NUMBER 21. I Is still oh at the WIZARD'S, but will be continued only a few days longer. Clothing is moving at ithe lowest prices ever offered I in this county 1 Men's Suits. $3.90 to $12 Children's and Boy's Suits $1.40 to, $6.50. Overcoats jj We offer ana show i clothing, made right and I best and greatest manufacturers of clothing h 1 j America. Don t delay, come now. "Procrasti- nation is the thief of time and opportunity." I Stop in and look through the clothing at the 1 WIZARD'S. ii CLOTHING UP-STAIRS. LOCAL NEWS AHD GENERAL A Week's History of Gqodland and Goodlandltes SHORTENED AND BOI ED DOWN An Ex-Goodland Attorney Mixed up in a wholesale it. rorce Mill t ljure on the Stamp "Chai According to the Denver Evening Post a divorce mill has peen in full blast at Cheyenne, Wells, Colo., whose capacity surpasses anything ever at tempted at Yankton or Sioux Falls, S. D., and nearly equals the records of the notorious Chicago 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. — 18 January 1895

Tie Goodlam GOODLANDL KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY F. fi. STEWAhT, Editor and Publisher. SI. 50 PER YEAR, Estercd at the PostoSice at GoodlaEd, Kan., fr transmission tnrousrb the mails, as second 153 Kail matter. iOiSce on east side of Boule rard, first door njorta of Ennis & Walker'i iKiCHent (tore. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. China is suing for peace and thereby haDg 250,000,00(1 taels. It is not the men with the motive, but the men with the purpose who win. The voub injan who succeeds must figure on how riuch, and not how little work he can dot If Carlisle add "Cleveland would like to see congress hump itself they should recommend thei passage of a free-coin- ag of silver bijl. j - - Occidental jjjush and enterprise has given the west an advancement in a few years which took the slow moving east centuries to accomplish. There is not Ja farmer candidate for anything at the Topeka pie counter. The professional politician appears to be assuming the responsibilities of tha r...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 January 1895

i I ler aveij more great couU lt3 fi and E ttinbl cut : glcv? "O tLbg evida miuri undei sho : ever vc i t "art rc a, a', v. i" .-. r en n BYtFT. CHARLES KiKG BY"TH5" CHAPTER X. Perhaps it was as well for all parties that Frank Annitage concluded that he must have another whin of tobacco that night as an incentive to the "think" he had promised himself. lie had strolled through the park to the grove cf trees out cn the point and seated himself in the shadows Here his reflections were speedily interrupted by the animated flirtations of a few couples, who, tiring of the dance, came out into the coolness of the night and the seclusion of the grove, where their murmured words and soft laughter Eocn gave the captain's nerves a strain they could not bear. He broke cover 'and betook himself to the very edge of ithe stone retaining wall ou on the point,1 He wanted to think calmly and dis passionately.! He meant to weigh all he had read an4 heard and form his esti mate of the gravity of the c...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 18 January 1895

V , -r y am mi h mfm a rs Sr 11 11 Ff r ; t i . s i " 'v A TTTTT -TT jl i jiJl Rather than ship our stock of merchandise we have decided to party and offer from this date until we move your free choice of any $10 for such as you will have to pay, after we are gone, $16 to $20. Think of it, $10 includes any suit or overcoat in our store of every imaginable grade or weave, none reserved, put aside or hid away, but all must go. OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT is included in this slaughter, almost at your own price, hats and furnishings will be sold below cost to save shipping expenses. Ladies jackets about half price and from this day all goods such as clothing, shoes, hats and furnishings must be sold and will be sold regardless of cost. We want this, our last sale in Goodland, to stand unequaled by anything you have ever seen or heard of and leave you a pleasant remember ance of us. Call and see us before we leave. J i. ajk 4 Jfi TOWN TALK. Snow galore. Pay day this weak. Go to the ball tonight....

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. — 25 January 1895

VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FEIDAY. JANUARY 257l895. NbolisEil 22. -1 : i 1 treat) her d avent more, great could its si and a. ambii out f glow 4,Ci evide. mi nut mi clef sho is damn t ever w V01U3 was t Will JVIO j &tat$ wrti Ylsi& KKV alwa but r. of pi i Ian v Uki Ar en re- tr;iii i .in r.; I la "i THE REVOLUTION 111 HONOLULU Uprising of tha Hawain Natives Un der Robert Wilcox. co:liissixxb carter killed Several ReLels Killed-Desultory Firiaj Mill Coin; on whe Steamship Ala meda Left. San Francisco, Jan. 13. TV- steam er Alameda arrived from Auck and and Sydney via Honolulu and bri: gs news of a revolution and bloodshed at Hono lulu. Charles L. Cartc-r, who was one of the annexation commissioners, waa killed and several other government sup porters wounded. There has been much fighting and at least 12 natives have been killed. Nearly 200 Royalists are under arrest. Robert Wilcox is tha leader of the rebels. The fighting was still in progress when the Alameda left Honolulu...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 25 January 1895

' WMm Mill 16 f . i.V- J'j jdum- : UfUiiU GOOD LAND. KANSAS, Published Every Friday. : BY : P If TFWi!iT FW-H PnM:. 1.50 PER YEAR, Entered r.t the Postoffico at Cortland, Kan., Cor transmission thcouarU the mails, us second cla- $ mail mutter. 0;iU.-e on east side of Boute rurd, first door north of Ennls & Walkers lavement store. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Blakixg the effect and not the cause is what the goldbugs ar6 now doing. These is justice for the poor on the statute books, but not in the court room. Justice may be blind, but she seems to be .endowed with a marvelous intui tion as to which end of the balance the moneyed interests are. : He that lends to poor the and sets no return mar not prosper as the world goes, but his account above will be on the right side of the ledger. A new railroad is soon to be built from Grand Junction, Colo., to Green River, Wyo. The road will open up' a very rich country and will be 200 miles long. .., ' i GTR'citizens should make every effort...

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. — 25 January 1895

I t.reo. ri-cjc v;:-j bnt cee ZLt ktcre.d- i C(?yiGhT4' 6Y'-?KV CHAPTER X.-Continued, . "Can wa -wait and hear that hymn through?" "Aye, sing it." Sho looked suddenly in his face. .'-Something in the very tone in which Lo spoke startled her something deep--fcr, more fervent, than shG had ever hoard before and the expression in the steady, deep bins eyes was another rev elation. Alice Renwick had a woman's intuition, and yet'she had not known - thi3 man a day. The color again mount ed to her temples, and her eye3fell after "one quick glance. "I heard you joining in the Te Deum," he urged "Sing once more. I Jove it. There, they are just begin ning again. Do you know the words?" She nodded, then raised her head, and her glad young voice caroled through th8 listening woods: holy, toly! AIT ' Heaven's triumphant choir shall sicg, When the ransomed nations fall At the footstool of their Kin?. Then shall saints and seraphim, Hearts end voices, swell one Lymu Around the throne with full acc...

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. — 25 January 1895

wi of the -!C-cl. In ' iiwa-t.i I this id -13 severs! mere i v2- Fsrrvisrs Should Take Advar Any Off or cf Seed, ? ftp vn EAT SUPPLY TEI1Y ETi'a Should the 'Wheat JiJII Go Through There Would Still Be a Shortage Take Yf hat Can He Hud. The question of seed whsat that now confronts Sherrna,n county is a eric-as 029 and one that mist be met at once or it will ba too late, as February is the best month for seeding. In 1802 Sherman county had the largest acr-eago of spring wheat, lead ing the van of: Kansas' counties, with 43,833 acres. To seed even this amount of land would taka about 30,000 bush els cf seed, but as no winter wheat has been put out to any extent, the acreage would probably be double that of 1892, could seed be procured. Should the legislature make an ap propriation to furnish seed to the farm ers of "Western Kansas 2(1,000 bushels would be the "very largest amount that Sherman county could hope to secure, and conservative estimates pace the amount at a much lower figur...

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 February 1895

-V VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, EMMY. FEBRUARY 1. 1805. UMBEIt 9'1 1885 FEBRUAEY. 1095 Mi Tu. We Th. Fr. 8; 4 5 12 8 9 11 .13 14115116 18 19 26 20 21 22123 24 25 27 28 TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORT. Chicago Grain anil Provisions. Chicago, Jan. 23. Undej- the influence of the gold exnert scare the aellinsr of whiat Leeame .panlckj, May droTjping lc, but covering near j tne HaiHa on sales for export and buying against puts, caused a reaction, Hay closing z lower, llay corn closed lc lower, Hay oats o lower and provisions atj liberal declines. " CLOSING PF-2CE3. WESAT-January, 3J-b; llay, S2?c bid; July, lA?is. , COSU-January, 41c; May, 3c; July, (swam. OATS-January, 27e; May, 2P&&c; June, 28 jc. POBK-January, 19.77'; May, 10.02. LARD January, $i3.S5; May, $3.72.. BIBS January, $5.10; -Xajy. $o,25o. Chicago Live! Stock. Chicago, Jan. 2i. CATTLE Buyers bought in desultory way at f3.255.0o for common i to choice droned boef and shipping steers and j at f3.UKiS.35 for common to choice...

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 February 1895

Republic. GOODLAXD. KANSAS. Published Every Friday. BY F. 3. STEWART, Editor and FuMIskr. Sl.SOPEFYEAR, Entered at the Postotliee at Goodland, Kan., for tracRruisaion throat the mails, as i-eeond clamail matter. Office on cast eide of Couie rani, ' first door north of Eanis ii Walker's Impiement itore. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. The Republican idea of prosperity is to give the producer ja chance to get in debt, but no way to get out. The laboringmen jwho helped elect the Republican candidates in New York state are getting their reward in the shape of bullets. I More bonds are nedod and there is some talk of the secretary of the treas ury issuing $500,000000. This would mean that a debt would be placed upon the American people of over $3 per capita, and before the debt would be paid the interest would amount to double that amount The prayers of thej good brethren of Topeka were answered aud Burtou was defeated, and in his kead a man elec ted that for years has upheld and (de fended 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. — 1 February 1895

: " , .BYCAFT. CflARLES KlK v xrX . 1 CoevRiGMT'icS BY THt CHAPTER XH.-Continued. 33f. Jcrrold was not of tlie number that came sauntering tip the walk, drop- j ping away by :one.s or twos as they ; reached their doors and unbuckled their j belts or removed their helmets in eager j haste to get out pf the .i.traintof full dresa. But in another moment Jerrold, I too, appeared all alone, walking rapidly i and nervously. iArmitago watched hira and could not but ego how. other men turned away or; pave him ' the coolest possible nod as he passed. The tall, slender lieutenant was. handsomer even than whi.u he last saw him, and yet there were gleora and worry on the dark beauty of his face. Nearer and nearer he came and had passed the quarters of tho other officers and was almost at tho door of his own whoa Armitago eaw a little, wiry soldier in full dress uniform running across tho parade as though in ' pursuit. He recognized Merrick, one of the scapegraces of his company, and wondered wh...

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 February 1895

. . " t - 0.1 I uracil 0 X! Its Ueafu7r.fe55 Limited Cy Unreason able Obstruction, 'X TiEUE ANTAGONIZED The Sfcormea County AyricnUnril and Irrljtin Aiaei-Uoa rinallj Com pistes it Organizaiioa, It was a stormy meeting. It was a fruitless meeting. The d?.33 meeting at the courthouse Saturday w robbed of the good it might have done by unreasonable and premeditated obstruction on the part of a fsw who were but the cat's-paws of a gang of political 'ri nimers,""whose am bitions and aspirations are made su perior to the welfare of Shsrmsncounty or the pressing needs of its citizens. The main'gerrymandering'was done by., two men,' both henchmen of this particular gang of.-rim mors with which Sherman county U atSlicted. When Emmet Lister, in his usual procrastina ting manner, rose to make objection to the first suggestions" of Ithe programme committee, the good of the meeting ' was doomed. The inflamatory remarks of F, M. Kuntz only hastened the end. It might be in order to remark that bo...

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 February 1895

rfxr ;i -t. -n ""s i- ' VOLUME IX, GO.ODLAND, KANSAS, ' FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1895. NUMBER 2-1. PDEE-! L1LIUGKALAH3 AHHESTED Charged With Complicity In tha Re cent Hawaiian Rebellion. II EX ICO TYAU TALK DYING OUT CliineSa Peace Edtojs Snt Rack Horn American Marines Shoot a Chinaman. Auckland. "X. Z.. Feb. 4. Advices received here from Honolulu under date of Jan. 19, announces that ex-Queen Iiliuokalani has been arrested on the charge cf complicity with the insur gents in the recent rebellion. In addi tion all the insurgent leaders have been taken into custody and are being tried by court martial. Three of the leaders pleaded guilty to treason. Martial law ia maintained. The rebellion against tha republic of Hawaii turned out to be a complete fiasco. After tha first cn- EX-QUEEN LILIUOKALANI. gvgoment the rebels scattered, and soms time later Wilcox, Molin, Buttelman &nd others of the leaders of the iusurree reetion were captured, and as already stated, are being tried for treason...

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 February 1895

!i: liai 'Itili. G0ODSiANI. KANSAS. Published Every Friday: I BY .i . F. fi, STEWART, EdI!ors MMt?. $1.50 PER YEAR, - Entered at the Pof-fofdee at Goodtand, Kim for tran."niiSin tbrouirb tiw mails, as second class mail snatier. 02ie or. cast side of Ihmle rard, first door north of Hutu's & Walker'a Implement store. i THE OFFICIAL COU.N PAPER. Wheek is that honest dollar. AEfT the only thing tfoocl, honest democrats can do now is; to join the People's party. j It would be a pious idea for some of the fools in this country io study7the money questiou. j .: y. The whisky trust has gone broke, and it might be in order to remark that breaking people is a very -common ocr curence with whisky. Say, Tfhy should tho interest crop grow without labor, and harvest itself every year, iu seasons of drouth as well as when rain comes? Doe money have rights that labor has not? The United States owes England $3,- 000,000,000. The annual interest amount ing to f 180,000,000, or more thin the annua...

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