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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 8 February 1895

:-.'. -i to -T T "'11 Tin. s .rt c-; tr.s : I'cit-'i !.. i ;-i. rrV -1 1 CHAPTER XIIL-CoptinueJ. j Another moment and tba floor opened, I an4 with- anxious faoo Chester' strode i int the room, "You haven't killed! LLa, Ajmitago? Is it as ba4 as that?" j "Pick him up, and we'll get him on j the ted. He's only sturme-l. I didn't : even hit him. Those thirigs tumbled i afterward," said Arraitage; as Lchvc-en: them they raised the dead wtiglitof tha Blender Adonis in their arms and borehira to tho bedroom. Here they; thed the -wound -with cold water and . removed the uniform coat, and rrc-seiitly tho lieutenant lx-gan to revive and look about him. j "Who struck me?" ho faintly asked. 1 "Your E-hotgun fell on yo'ar head, but I threw you down, Jerrold. j I'm sorry I touched you, but you're lucky it was 110 worse. This thing i3 going to raise a big bump here, Shall I send the doc- "No; I'll come round presently, j We'll see about this thing afterward." I "Is there any friend you want to se...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 8 February 1895

The Is is Storm Makes; Railray Traffic Impossible. THE EAST SUITE THE WORST The Tjic-rmomcfer lier-rhes the Lowest r-oint in SO Years Ju the Eastera States,1 - The storm which swept over the country Wednesday was the most se vere in years, the thermometer reach ing the lowest point hi 30 years in the northern and eastern states. At some points in Canada the thermometer went down to Co degrees below zero. Lake Champlaia was frozen over' its entire surface. j In the west the stc'rm was chiefly a sand and electrical one. The railroads a hundred miles east; were completely blockaded by the sand drifting onto the tracks. The west bound passenger train Xo. 9, which wasdue here at 11:15 Wednesday, came in to-day at 8 oclock, after being stalled for three days CO miles east of Phillipsburg. The passen gers suffered severely from the cold and quite a few were nursing frost bit ten fingers, ears and noses. Tne first west-bound mail train for four days came in at 2 o'clock p. m. to day. The ca...

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. — 15 February 1895

VOLUME IX. GOODLAKD, T-r A vQ CI pi? IDAY. FEDHUAIIY 15, 1! ;:-;.:. NEWS OF KANSAS. Tira Kin Poslrervstars. WAinixGT-ox.'.Ftb. 9. The preside has seat to the senate the following aora lsatioiw: Postmasters John Schleyer, Hayes, Kau.; John W. Cos, Ellis. Kan. Stole J.'otes ant2 Mori jszes. PiTTESuno, Kaa., Feb. 13 The cfaca of the? Long Bell Lumber company of this city was entered by borghirs, tha 2i$ blown open and .f .15,000 ia notei arid mortgages . stolen. There wa3 no money in the safe. Get Tetrelr Tesra Pof Stealtes Jo. Kansas City, Feb. U. For breaking into the house of Mrs. Sarah Frame at Sheffield ' last November and stealing jam rained at $3 August Young was found guilty and sentenced to 13 yean in the penitentiary. Kansas labor Commissioner. Topeka, Feb. 11. Governor Morrill sent to the senate the name of W. G. Bird cf Kansas' City, Kan., to be state labor commissioner, to succeed J. F. Todd. Bird ia a machinist and had tha indorsement of the local trades and labor organiz...

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. — 15 February 1895

fjilirltal) - KANHAS. s Published Every Friday. .'S1.50. PER YEAR, Entered at 'the FostGifk-e at GoodlanJ, Kan., far trauaiiit.ion through tivj inaiSs, as second tlass.fiiaii matter.- Office on cast side of iloule rsni, first door north of Bonis & Waiter's Implement store. ; THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. It is neither gold or silver that pays tho money we owe foreign nations fcr imports or debts, it is our agricultural products. They pay every dollar. A TEEA.si'iii note is ths people's dol lar, which they-the people pledge themselves to redeem not alone in fold or silver, but in anything they have. The bankers' noto is a so called dollar which the bankers promise to redeem in what they have not got, and give the people for security. The bill for the removal of the Un compahgre Utes from Colorado has passed tae house. Lo, the poor Indian, is losing his grip on public sympathy and may soon have to emulate tho pale face and eat his bread by the sweat of his face or his squaw's face. 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. — 15 February 1895

-1 - vi'f.'4'"nir k BY TMft CHAPTER XlV.-Costinued. The bridge was gnarde;!, go v.'as tiie crossing of the Cloudwater to the south, and so were tbo two reads entering from tho north and west, and yet there was liqnor corning in, and as though "to give Chester a benefit" .some cf tlis xnen in barracks had a royal old spree ca Saturday night, and tho captain was eorer headed than rujy cf tho partici- pants in consequence. In some way ho heard tnat a rowbeat came up at night and landed supplies of contraband down by tho riverside out of sight ?Jid hear ing of the sentry at the railway station, and it was thither he hurriedly led Rol lins this Monday evening. They turned across the railway on reaching tho bottom of tho long stairs and scrambled down the rocky embank ment on the other side, Rollins follow ing in reluctant silence and holding his swerd so that it would not rattle, but ho had no faith in the theory of smug glers. Ho felt in some vague and unsat ' factory way a sense of dis...

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. — 15 February 1895

:,i!f'f!!l!i'finiil'!U!H!I(!!!f!irn'iUI!!i Crt icir, it i? OES IT rl P"S A alls This week we offer an all weight and a full line shades, fori We still have; left a few pieces of those all wool Tri cots and Dress Flannels at TVQV tTfl the eventfyl price of 1 J Keep your optics wide open for our announcement next week. It will pay you. You know what we advertise youj can depend upon. H ilillilliiiUilllllilllillllllllllilllillilll: TOWN TALK. Did you pet a valentine? Go to George Hess for hardware Marion Walker is here from low; The sheriff is collecting personal tax. I Low prices and good oods at lies hardware. Jim Henry has moved- into the Poff residence. George Hess keeps tha farmers'hard ware store. G. L. Calvert was a tor yesterday. Burlington visi- Marshall Irwin gathered in one plain drunk Saturday. Hon. Joseph A. Gill the city Monday. of Colby, was in The Shawnee Drumbeat is a new To peka Populist weekly. Everything in the hardware line at George Hess' Hardware Charley Warriuer...

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. — 22 February 1895

VOLUME IX. GOODLAND, KANSAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1395 NEWS OF KANSAS. Eillel by Cars. Kansas City, Tel.. l'lEmil Boon, a firmer living near thi.4 city, was killed oy a train on the Kansas City, Osceola and Southern railroad. I Constitutional Convention Killed. TorEKA, Feb. 16. Senator Dillard's joint resolution recommending a consti tutional convention came up for action in the house and after a!long discussion it defeated: Ayes, 50; nays, G-L Fatally Bnrued With Gasoline. Kansas City, Feb. ISl While clean ing a gasoline stove Ms. W. C. Good win spilled some of the fluid on her clothes and before her husband and son could put it out she Was fearfully and perhaps fatally burned, The son also received severe burns Kansas Treacher's Good Luck. TorEKA, Feb. 19. Revl W. E. DoIIarp part, pastor of the Methodist church in this city has received a; letter from his mother in Philadelphia '.stating that the American heirs of old Chevalier DeHarp part of France were toj receive the es tate, 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. — 22 February 1895

GoodSand GOODLANIJ. - KANSAS. Published Every Friday. j-BY- F. 0. STEWART, Edllcr End Mskf. j SI. 50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Postofhca at Goodland, Kan., for transmission tUrouirh tbe malls, as f-eeond ciass mail tuaticr. Ollioo on east side of ISoute fiird, first door norm of Eur.is & Walker's Implement store. ; THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Every old soldier, in the United States should bi? a People's party nan, for it is tbe parly of patriotism and principle of .such principles ss were held sacred to American institutions by the patriots Lincoln and Grant. These groat Amkricans believed that in revolutionary epoch there were but two classes of rueu-j-patriots and suspects. It can be easily jbe seen to which class the allied poweijs of plutocracy, which aro subverting the liberties and des troying the wclj-being of the masses in this country, bejlong. The America farmer ha3 long held a place treat ly above that of the peas aut of continental Europe in his in come and style of li...

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. — 22 February 1895

l?o, mid to. a-, c: or "Because I accomplished iho feat with the aid of the little night lamp that I fonnd beside the colonel's bedside. It is my theory that Mrs. Jlaycard -was restless after the colonel finally fell asleep; that she heard yotir tamblo and took her little lamp, crossed over into Miss Eemvick'a room, opened the doer without creaking, a3 I can do to your satisfaction, found her sleeping quietly, but the room a trifle closo and warm, set her night lamp dcrcn on the table, as I did, threw her shadow on the wall, as I did, and opened the shade, as yen thought her daughter did. Then she withdrew and left these doers open both her3 and her daughter's and the light, instead of being turned down, as. you thought, was simply carried back into her own room. " "That is all possible. But how about the man in her room? Kothing was stolen, though money and jewelry wero lying around loose. If theft was not the object, what wai?" "Theft certainly was not, and I'm not prepared to say...

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. — 22 February 1895

tka" at the pp.??: u9 ton! - 1 T.t Tl r T I f-t f T T 1 1 1 H 1 f ? IT B J:-wo Ways iVlakms' Moni rj. FIRST: BUILD A SEC3HD: BUY C00D3 OF M. E. SHARP. - The latter is the Surest, Safest Most Pleasant Way. . . . . t-ji --Wash Goods. o - These take the starch out of competition: Nainsook Checks at.. . .8c, ioc and 2z per yd. Lawn plaids and stripes at 8 c, ice and 2c per yd. Divinity stripes at. ioc per yd. India Linen at Sc and ioc per yd. We give you an all-linen crash at 8c per yd. Turkey-red Damask, fast colors, at. . . .20c per yd. These prices ought to set you thinking. M We will expect you to come and look at our-New Goods whether you buy or not. 0 uuiimiiuuiiuiujuuiiuaiiuiiauuif TOWN TALK. Go. to George Hess for hardware. Joseph A. Gill of Colby, was a caller Monday. Low prices and good goods at Hess I hardware. George Hess keeps the farmers'hard ware store. Mrs. Georga Teagarden is on the sick list this week. Tho "oil maids" are at the opera house tonight. Mrs. William Coon, ...

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 March 1895

VOLUME IX. GOODLANU, KANSAS, .FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 1885. NUMBER, 27. THE WEEK'S WORK Hi GOIiCSIESS. Tha Indian Appropriation Ellis Pass the Senate. SUNDRY CIVIL KILL CONSIDERED. Silrer Men Working to Unite Silver Men of All Parties on the 10 to 1 Plat- . form Other NewH. Wednesday, Teb. 20. Mr. Chandler , created something cf a sensation in the senate by outlining some Important steps to be taken . by the next congress, including a congressional inves tigation of the recent purchase of gold by the president of the United .States. ' llr. Jone3 of Arkansas, in charge of the silver measure, announced its friends would make no further effort to pass it at the present session, llr. Wolcott's resolution, declaring for silver, but postponing action, went to the calendar without final action. The house by a vote of 67 yeas, 199 cays, passed the naval appropriation bill, which authorize.? the constructing of three bat tleships to cost, exclusive of armament, 14,000,003 each, and 12 torpedo boats...

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 March 1895

lie iGoodland Republic By F. H. STEWART. The Portland minister who turned, bank robber made a grievous mistake. He should have confined himself to aa occasional extra rush of the contribu tion box. . Br reading the different Philadel phia papers it is easily seen that the election cf either of the candidates for mayo? in that city would bo a shame tul outrage. TnE Japanese have won another im portant victory over the Chinese, and if the latter do not expedite their overtures for peace they will sooa have nothing left to surrender. The Southern physician who ha3 Just put forth a claim to having dis covered that music has a medicinal quality may be expected ere long to insist that he also discovered the law of gravitation. The police census of Washington gives that city a population of 269,628, an increase of nearly 40,000 since 1890. The reports about the crush of office-seekers at the capital have not been exaggerated. A judge has refused to fine or im prison a man for whistling. As...

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 March 1895

4 i Ul 'Ck ii ' PERITY IK WINDMILL IRRIGATION HELD PRACTICAL, And Suggestive of Splendid PossibilitiesHo More Total Failures The Farmer More than Ever Independ ent of Other Occupations-Co-Operative Irrigation Discussed. UetKcea wind and Wattr. The people residing upon much of the semi-arid land of the United States find themselves literally in the con dition described by the above caption, end it may prove a lucky fact for them if they but employ their intelligence making- the wind above their heads lift the water from, beneath their feet, and employ the latter in irrigating their rich but thirsty lands. AEUA'DAST SUPPLY OF WATEK. Under millions of acres of the finest land in the world, in tracts of various fiizes, generally very large, scattered all over arid America, there exists an abundant supply of water, within such depths that it may be hoisted to the surface by various appliances, and used for irrigation purposes. "Constantly drifting above the same lands are mighty curretts...

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 March 1895

The Coolaii Ileillk, GOOILA'l). - KANSAS. v . Published Every Friday. BY F.ILSTFKT.EdilQrasdWBlicr. SI. 50 PER YEAR, Entered at the Po?toffice at Goadland, Kan., for transmission throu-li the mails, as second clas mail matter. Ofhee on oast side of loulft rard, first door nortli of Enui3 fc Walker's Implement store. THE OFFICIAL - COUNTY PAPER. Tils downfall of many a nation can be traced to the many injustices of thG rich to the poor. In times of peace they mads of the common people j slaves. What wonder that in war they proved to be the reverse of heroes? IIojies without tax and a graduated tax on incomes and land held for .pec ulation will remedy many of the exist ing evils, not all of them, but enough to make a bright spot in the lives of thousands, who now see little except discouragement and despair. There is a growing interest in silver manifested among eastern congress men, and the question is going to come to the front at an early day, but the ratio is where the fight will ...

Publication Title: Goodland Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Goodland republic. — 1 March 1895

' B- Ox. - r 'P. ; COPvRiwMT: ISS4 -BY TH5 "Captain Wilton, Major Sloat, I wish to see Captain Chester at once. Is be in the office?" "Certainly, Miss Beaubien. Shall I call him, cr will yoa walk in?" And both men were at her side in a moment. "Tha: hanks. I will go right in if you i dndlv show me to him. ' will kin Another moment, rnd Armitag and ! tha: morning after his absence was dis Ches.ter, deep in the mid .t of their du- ! covered It probably blew oat of the ties and surrounded byclciks and order- J window, as theso other things did this ' lies and availed tyhalf a dozen ques- morning. See for yourself, captain." tions in one and thesanifirstant, lookwl j And she pointed to the two or three up astonished ai Wilton stepped in and j bills and scraps that had evidently only announced Miss Ecaahicn, desiring to t recently fluttered in among the now see Captain Chester on immediate busi ness. Them was no time for cc n'ercnee. There she- stood in the doorway, and all tongues were ...

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. — 1 March 1895

GROUND SUBSOILING. SECOND ONLY IN IMPORTANCE TO IRRIGATION. The E-eneSts of Sabkoilinsr its Set Forth ty the Experience cf Yotagers fc Co., Proprietors of the Genera Nurseries Their llethods c Operation A riaia tjttemeat from the Coimnsnctizthi of Exrrtjaeats Eight Years Ago. Benefits of Subsoiling. In answer to numerous inquiries in regard to our method of snbsoilicg we will endeavor to present a plain state ment from the commencement of our Experiments as conducted during the past eight years at Geneva, Nebraska. In the spring of 1837 we commenced on our nursery grounds to prepare the ground for planting in the ordinary manner. We plowed the ground about eight inches deep and planted our nur sery stock, among which was a quanti ty cf seedlings which were dug the same falL In order to get the proper length of root to successfully trans plant the seedlings it became necessary to get under them much deeper than the ground had been plowed, which was accomplished by using a seedling di...

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. — 1 March 1895

; The ceatus- reve&b soxas curious facts aVoat ifcs distribution cf New - York's. iCS5 of women. ew York city .hss 20,000 of them; Brooklyn, 17, 0ZQ Altccy, 5,500; Troy, 5.0G0; Utk-a, -3.C0C; Rochester, 4,000; Syracuse, 1.100. They are all, practically, ia the larger cities of the state, the one exception Buffalo,, which has 4,000 more men than women. It would be inter esting' to know more about these 4,000 jsaperiiuous Buffalo men, whether they are Polacks, Italians, lake sailors, canal-boatmen, or merely lively young bachelors from the country ia the western part of the state who have gone to Buffalo to seek their fortunes. New York city's business opportunities, which attract crowds of men, seem to attract quite as many women. Yet the excess of women in New York is comparatively small. The city has 45 women to every 44 men. while Brook lyn Las 26 women to every 25 men, and Troy 11 women to every 10 men. Why bhould it happen that in the suburban counties nearest New York there...

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. — 1 March 1895

f Yf ! ?1 Vff f Yl;f?f r i; f fVii -iltlltll. -lllllllltlllltltlillllllllllllt1'1 Sherman ounty ''When Jonah created a stir in the ship And his comrades concluded to finish, tLe trip fit B VVitlinnt him endfyve him, as 'twere, a straight tip S a Which tJiry did in a very brief minute And down ia the paunch cf the whale be was dropped This s;?ech from I'm in it! IT 1 DAI iQ Kansas and you will need to buy a pair of our 1 1 lltt I ft U serviceable shoes to keep your feet dry. We Lave SHOWERS of them and tee SUfjufPnp of New Goods we are receiving every day from nU fi LliO Manufacturers of the east, 0l!iV!EP0 f Torchon and Novelty Trimmings, Laces from O ilU i LllO the looms of Switzerland and France. SHOWERS SHOWERS SHOWERS SHOWERS SHOWERS nnuiiinniin of the uUWUrUUn factories D A IU an( iom B crowt well-shod, well-dressed and well 11 Al fl pleased customers who buy their poods of M. E. SHARP. For the Quality of our Goods and Cheapness of our Prices we REICH SUPREME. TOWN TALK. We've ...

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 March 1895

i OLTJMB IX. GOODLANI), KANSAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 8, 1805- SOLVES A LARGE SUM. Union Pacific Receivers and Mc Neill Having Trouble. EUIT COSMEffOED AT P0ETLA5D. Bondholder! of Oregon Railway and Navl fcitioa Company Ask to Have Order Ap poiotin SleXelil Receiver Modified so as to Relieve Iliai From raying an Iudebt- ; edatss Das the Uutou Pacific. j Portland, Or. March 6. A railroad -. tase involving over $500,000 was begun fa the United States district court Tues day. Tho case was that of Henry Reed and other bondholders of the Oregon Eaihvay and Navigation together with E. McNeill, receiver of tho company, and the Farmers' Loan and Trust com' pany as trustee under the consolidated ; mortgage of the Oregon Railway -and Navigation company to have the order ! v -. appointing McNeill receiver so modified j j as to absolve him from the payment of i the indebtedness contracted by tho ! Union Pacific receivers in their opera tion of the Oregon Railway and Naviga tion company. E. S. Ford open...

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 March 1895

ill; Goodlaud MfeF" i GOOD LAND. KANSAS. ; Published Every Friday. 1 1 STlWAUT, Editor and MMer. 31.50 PER YEAR, Entered nt the l?to!ftce at Gotland, Kan., for truriSniissi.'rti throuifh the m;ii!s, aa second class mail muter. 0:nce on oast tide of i'.ouio vard, first door nurtii of Eimis & Walker'a Implement store. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. A commercial system founded on in terest contains vrithin itself the seeds of its own destruction. Thousands of bushels of wheat fed to hogs, and thousands of people with out breud. Verily, the hog is in it all around. Who are the anarchists in this coun try today? The poor kuow they can't violate the laws without bt'ina punish ed. Tha rlcii know they can. SOME Of our legislatures show an in- J" cent per annum from the 'il'ud day of Novem . j. . x, I oer, lotd; and for the further sum of jfi.ij, witn clination to give encouragement to the Keeley euro of drunkenness. It might bo a good plan to introduce tii9 cure in to the state houses. What...

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