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

2 0fi O;V, CvS -y' copvs..QHT-i64 cy tk& CHATTER XVIL j cna sensitive though Leliish. heart was j daybreak, tha EhirtriEg outpost, crouch- Under tho cloudless heayens, under tho ! keaifcs. j h 9n to tto southward, catch starlit fekics, Messing tho grateful dew ! Sitting aiono under the trees, ho Lad j sht cf two dim figures shooting end that cool the upland air and cjoistf-ns i takta a fchect cf Paper from his pocket ; doaly up over a distant ridge horw tho hunch crass that has boen Ideich-! case audwasYvritm:? by tho light of the j nen, they know at a glance and thes ins all tlav in rift fiA nr, r.fthr, Kr-tn. ! ncr un, a littlo column of infantry is c'?siy vrrittca, for, with a fev words, swinging steadily southward. Long ' to iia-'1 rcurnt it to a cloc, then fold and toikomo haa been the march; hot, ; e(i rjI(i a 1;o1'- vigorous baud ad- dusty and tarchia2 the day. Half s havo bt,on few and far between, and every man, from the colonel down, 23 coated with a gray mask cf powde...

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 March 1895

H lMiUffiiu 'ntui iii nfi ffiiufinn.it Si i T-' 11 i ? . i 1 ve. Don't Make Bi ' Long columns 'of inflated and screaming advertise ments, by unscrupulous '. merchants who trust to the crcdual'ty of the public for their success,, is a frail foundation upon which to establish a healthy, permanent business. 3 bxraisnrrorwara Dealing with the people brings legitimate results. I meet all competition and by honest dealing save my customers many dollars during the year. I sell good goods, while' some dealers sell an inferior quality in order to increase their profits If you have never traded with me give me a trial. Every one treated alike and one price to ail. ': 'tC'N TALK. iioniy u juonu iTcm xi'c Go to George Hss for hardware. TLs fi-xiiOi-o'isiJ iUs.r.e.i.v in e.-io? All kinds of rarJ-;x i : x at Beck, TLs 22nd is tLe last . tioa. . The assessor is.begisicg to get in Lis work. Dr. TLgeiss return - &nLiuiioa K rocked Owi. ! Topsa, Ft: ay v V ij fur rctra-j 1 from Atwood left last w...

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 March 1895

V;. J VAT TT Iff? TV GOODLAND, KAXSAS, FIUDAY. MARCH 15, 1SH5." KTUnitvp go IK ILL BIB Serious Raco War or. the New Orleans Levy. WHITES USED VI U OH ESTERS. Six of ths Blacks Killed and a Dozen Wounded. THE POLICE WERE POWERLESS. Eiot2 Grew Out of the Screw men's Strike- . The Authorities Were Unable to Cope With the Armd Workinfiuen and lioiter Were Given Full Sway Militia Heady to .Move. New Orleans, March li..'. The thick fog early Tuesday morning was the vail behind which desperate white levea laborers gathered, and which they pen etrated with Winchester rifle balls, aimed at ths colored nonunion workmen cn ths ships loading at the docl. Ths attack was made &t points several milei apart just bef ore the arrival of the po lice and as a result there are half a dozen corpses and a dozen or so wounded men. The police saw the attack.- bat no ar rests were mad?, they claiming they were too few to cope with the unex pected outb-oak. Ths day before the mayor said all was quiet, and...

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 March 1895

OOODLANKBEPOBLIC. i ii. M i-.i UT, ... Palilisher. . :" 1 1: P;stc::Pc? at GoodluBit Kan., lorti . s ,1 n t.i-ourn t'iu nails, aa second OFFICIAL COUNTY . PAPER. I'KXCUS AND TAXES. The quc-stioB is asked, what diiTereii it makes to a producer whether the prices of products are high or low so Ion;? as ho can buy other products on the same ratio? lie handles less money but what ho docs get will -buy twice as ranch. True, if the whole country and all iliO people ia it were ou a cash basis, and the expenses of the goverment, re at, etc., wera lowered to keep pace with the reduced prico of the products of labor it would make no difference, bat the secured indebtedness of the country amounts to 30,000,000,000, and rents, the expense of government and other expenses are no lower with wheat at 50 cents a bushel than when it was 1 a bushel, consequently the surplus products of the producers, which for merly were used ia improTing his home, surrounding himself with home comforts, buying cloth...

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 March 1895

T I Coptsiwht test by THv IAPTER XVIU. The sua is not an boor high, but the bivouac at the springs is far behind, With advance gsard and fiai&cii rail out, the remment is tinunini.' its wnr. fnli of eagerness and tpirit. The men can hardly refrain from burEtisg into song, but although at "route step' tho fact that Indian scoata have already bea sighted ccurrying from blah' to bluff i3 sufficient to warn all hands to be silent i-.nd alert. Wilton, vrith hi3 lice across th trail wherever the gi-ouud is safUnh iitjy open to admit of deploy ment, Whoro it u not, they epriug ahead and explore every point where Indian may lurk and render ambuscade of tho main column impossible. Vv'ith Armitage ia McLecd, tho cavalry ser geant who made tho night ride" vrith the Ecout who bore the dinpatches. The scout has galloped cu toward the railway with new:s of (he rescue; the sergeant guide- tho infantry re-enforcement. Observant men have noted that Anni tage and tho sergeant have had a vast deal...

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 March 1895

itimffnifn To run about town trying to find better shoes and lower prices than at Sharp's. So wasting time you waste your money, and the very thing you are after shoe leather. Ladies should not neglect to inspect Sharp's display of Oxfords in ail styles and at all prices. 6s.- We Build tyt Keeping In shoes for instance you can fool the buyer very easily by selling him a cheapened pair of shoes, but you can't fool the shoes they will give , you away. E. Do you want a school shoe that will wear the boy or girl longer than any. shoe they ever had? Our District 76 is the Shoe. Cis TOWN TALK. Sunday is the "17th of Ireland." Go to George Hess for hardware. All kinds of garden seed at Bock's. Dr. Thomas extracts teeth without pain. Tha- March lion has made his ap pearance. If you need anything iu hardware go to Bock's. Low prices and good goods at lies." hardware. j G cargo Hess keeps the farmers'hard ware store. Thomas P. Leonard, abstracter aad insurance. There was a dance at J. W. Smal...

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 March 1895

' .-"V -f"--' 'r' y-oJS JB--' "y-T ? V. -1 S I' ? " ' vi . -ia. vi JLi. VOLUME IX. tiOODLAND, KANSAS, FBIDAY. MARCH 22, 1895. NUJJBEfi SO. GRESHftH IS IIIDIGilflllT. Demands the Recall of Minister Thurston of Hawaii. HE GAVE OUT OFFICIAL ADYIOES, Admitted to the Secretary Hi Act Wa Ua diplomatic Minuter Willis Initructed to Notify the Hawaiian Government That Thurston Is Persons Non Grata .Spanish Minister's Recall May Be Demanded. Chicago, March 20. A special to The Daily News from Washington says: Secretary Gresham has demanded the rscall of L, A. Thurston, the Hawaiian minister at Washington. At the same time the doors of the state department have been closed against the representa tive or the new republic, and he has teen told that he must communicate in writing with the premier' of the Cleve land administration, as the latter de- clines to see him in person. The de maud for Minister Thurston's recall wa3 -. made Feb. 21. That day Secretary Gresham requested Minister Willis to f...

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 March 1895

GOODLAND KEPUBLIC. F. Hi STEYAUT, rullishfr. Entered at the Postodiee at Goodland, Kan., fur transmission throuyn the walks, as second cJ&sa read matter. official' county paper. These is a phenomenally large num ber of men in this country whose in comes are $3$d0. Boston lleeord. There is a phenomenally large num ber of men in this part of the country whose incomes do not come within 13,000 of these figures. ; Prom the number of laws not passed by the Kansas legislature, it is plainly forseen that the state was "redeemed" not for the people, but for corporations and men of money. Tha poor have not been overlooked, but laws passed that made their conditions not better, but much worse. If Adam had worked every day, Sun days excepted, for 6,000 years and saved a dollar a day from his wages, he would have bad at present $1,876,000. But if he had quit the lirst day and put his single dollar at interest at 5 per cent a year, and reinvested the inter est each year at the same rate, in ...

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 March 1895

TiiK (iJD-F ASfllOMiD FIREPLACE. How in &-,y licart are the days of my cLiM- I, !' -.- V.hesi tlioss was no coal gat stove to rouo a ram's he; Vt'hea the Lk-iory backlog broaglit ia from the "'- - wiUxofK, - Gave out tho bright lieat of tbe oJ-fa:-h-iocedfire! - - llcw it crackled and sparkled, aud flattered . ami fcripiitoned! Hovr nice it all seema vhira it's put into rhyme ! Yet, to toil the plain truth to our youth uncn " lightened, You couldn't warm more than oue side at a time. Ah, the ciS-fashioned fireplace, the- roaring oldfirerlaco! How brightly it glowed with its sparkle and thine ! How it wanned up your shins to point of real torture, . While the cold winter breezes played tag on your fpine 1 Indianapolis Journal. COPYRIGHT, 184, Y THI J. B. LIPPINCOTT CO. CHAPTER XVIil.-Continued. Unable to penetrate toe armor oi re serve and discipline which separates the cfScer from the rank and file, he never imagined that the colonel would have been the first to welcome him had ...

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 March 1895

ii!ii!!if(nnu'ifi!(i!!i!fff!nn(!iinfiif& ii ; s a Waste or I irne - To run about town trying to find better shoes and lower prices than at Sharp's. So wasting time you waste your money, and the very thing you are after shoe leather. Ladies should not neglect to inspect Sharp's display of Oxfords in all styles and at all prices. we buna By Keeping In shoes for instance you can fool the buyer very easily by selling him a cheapened pair of shoes, but you can't fool the shoes they will give you away. M. E, SHARP. Do you want a school shoe that will wear the boy or girl longer than any shoe they ever had? Our District 76 is the Shoe. TOWN TALK. Today is the last day to register. Go to George Hess for hardware. Tuesday was a typical March day. All kinds of garden seed at Bock's. Dr. Thomas extracts teeth without pain. Frank Tuthill is working for J. B. Penu. The weather was very pleasant yes terday. Commissioner 0. M. Fee was in town Monday. If you need anything in hardware go to Bock...

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. — 29 March 1895

VOLUME IX. I j j fj 0 PnCO iLLilll I 1 1 1 L U . 3 Suffers From a Ter - nma Conflagration. """" CITY PACKING HOUSE TOTALLY DESTROYED. Four Firemen Meat Death V7hih Fire at Denver. A HEM AIISABLE FIRE AT CHICAGO. A fetor Crowded Tfilh Customer Takes Fire, Hut No Life Are Lot-t-Tha V, M. C.A. Bulidifif at Milwau kee Destroyed. MiLWAUJiris, March 27. Lower Grand avenue, where the heart of the whole sale and retail commerae of the west rid throbs was the scene early this morning of one of the mcnt serious eon--Ctgrationsiathe history of the city. Some of tho leading mercantile institu tions of Milwaukee are in rains. The pecuniary loss will reach $1,000,000. The fire f urclshed a magnificent spec tacle for ths thousands that filed the areaae and watched it from surround is buildings. There were no fatalities. Among the ruins is the Y. M. C. A. building, one of the finest of its kind in th country, and the large brick build Izgi owned b7 the Plankiatoa estate feadooverisj half a block. 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. — 29 March 1895

i ". " - a; -f 'V.t.r ni-. hire ti: 'rd t- io f.': 5:.';i:-d?:-d ia: j i a"-;.... a r- Wv.:-k- .!"T2ir; thC-Uil-ivl :- v' L. rattier, it ii-r-d icM: Bv the vVn.-;;;- , - t2,lr.3.-..:d"vvr.!i:r! t.;c.reri:cr.;er t- .'"""'"a i'- i .t ut ;, ..;:,u!j. . .--: tr.i.-an;t3..iri fataUsU til liiatJa. a. "C,iM V V - rai o. .l:vf. ' - OFFICIAL COUNTY PAP.-1B. 7 :.Tss priav-ipU expert c thy TJuitc-J States boaJx." ...The' prkdpal' pro duct tramps. . The Morrill . adafofciritiou will to cu record iw the most corrupt the ht;e ever experienced. Wroaa-o fes-Ut. at the aid table, aiciis with Colorado, Xebras-ka Okla homa ali i Kaiijsjifj. The lynching of the pa.st winter are nearly equal to those of California when the "vigilante" held undisputed sway. iho ;t:--'.b n-k the cin'ij'a' iii m'-'li t : sr thcTJ i 3--i'--i h-; W.-i r-.- iuc .r .-ii-K As a !VM:it;-,h -it" i i;-re a j f -r 3 :i -v? re'uis 0. iv-.i hie r 10 r'';t-, tlt iV-ov-p Tha" a Oll IlILa C3i.-;l-i:i -Iri V;;, of 52 dtyjs iiovr r-rUfjaf...

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. — 29 March 1895

- ..; y 7 .... -,c.,- , r- rryMrf-ic ':--.;. "-J T" i'o-i r.iJ, n.'Tr---atI;c-zv r-' : .' r; I m l -. !ut .-.vi-5 i,;i-.r.-r tlayiM j,hai;:o f;,r r-i i'i.m crura: . v-i.-'i v.i;to t.-.'o r-vul ttowc-rs of Catv?. . Ladico Hose JwUxuL :X ?VSt5KT, 1534, Y TK J. 8. i.lff ibiCOTT CO. CHAPTER XX 'i'acy wero Laving a family conclave iy k.bloa. The furlough granted cr-$:-oni HcLeod cu account cf wound re vived ia . action with hostile Indians 'vi-sld soon expire, and tho question va Should ask an extension, apply '-! 3 discharge cr go tack and re-join '' i troop? Itwao a - natter oa whick VR3 much diversity cf opinion. Idea. Haynard thould naturally be per fitted first choice, and to her wka , there wa3 evxry re-aea for cccoruinj "-dee-p "and tender " consideration. No V. crua con tell of tho rapture cf that re p4oa with her lonj lost sen. It war, a .e.eno ever which tho colonel could nev xv ponder v?ithoat. deep emotion. Tho t-vlegranss -and lcttcr3 by which to care r.Hr prepared her, for ...

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. — 29 March 1895

:-i f .1 r ? 1 1 If f -i 1 1 Vl t Yi f 1 ft :f i" ! f f fit 1 1' .0 1 1 1 f Y i T 1 1 f i - If s 5 y To run about town trying to find better shoes and lower prices than at Sharp's, So wasting time you waste your money, and the very thing you are after shoe leather. Ladies should not neglect to inspect Sharp's display of Oxfords in all styles and at all prices. uild ; By Keeping Up Quality 'xZ. In shoes for instance you can fool the buyer Z Very easily by selling him a cheapened pair of shoes, but you can't fool the shoes they will give you away. t-y o Do you want a school shoe that will wear the boy or girl longer than any shoe they ever had? Our District 76 is the Shoe. 3 fee THE W!HD POWER PUMP. Its Success Admitted by the Rocky Mountain News. TEST PLANTS TO HE ERE(JTEI. Hhe nuan County Han Taken Hold of the New PIn for Irrigation Great In " teres! Manifested. All over the high altitude of eastern Colorado, western Kansas and western Nebraska is the wind power pump be ginning to d...

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 April 1895

r i s " r- ' -; VOLUME IX. GOODLAXD, KANSAS, FRIDAY. APB1L 5, 1895. NUMBER 82, . " V -V- . -.: " : . . . ; -; : '- SU:iSKi;:E STATE SILHOUETTES.! Income Tax Receiots in Kansas Much Larger Than Expected- LAWRENCE CARS THE CIGARETTE. A Coffeyville Man Kills II I a Biother-in-Law The Warden Chaf-e H-arhig- Hijheit March Tci:i;2rature. Topeka, .March 30. The government weather bureau thermometer registered &1 Thursday, the highest March temp erature ever recorded at this station. "So Cigarettes la Lawrence. Lawrence, Kan., March 31. The ftnticigarette ordinance has gon3 into effect and no cigarettes can be pur chased in this city. The ordinance im poses a fine of from 5 to $25 for each violation. Dr. Sites of Foo Choo Dead. Topeka, March 30. K. W.Moore has received news of the death of his brother-in-law, Rev. Dr. Sites at Foo Choo, China, Dr. Sites was the senior missionary of ' the Methodist Episcopal church in that country. "Custer'g Last Fi-ht." Fort Rile r, Kan., March 30. The ...

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 April 1895

GOBBLiND REPUBLIC. ". It KTVT? 4 I IV1.J!-'.,W . Entered at the Postcflke at Goodlaad, Has., tor transmission throit;rn the mails, r. second .fixAss mail matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. ' Remonetize silver and the gold re serve problem will be solved. Paste McKinley's views oa the silver question in your hat, you will have cause to use them before long. There is very few millionaires in the United States today whom an angel would class better than a pauper. Train robbing is getting on the bum. 'The "money or your life" demand secured only a few lives in a recent hold up. Shebman county is going to have en acreage of small grain equal to that of 1S02, when it lead the list of western counties. None but the blind can hopo for any relief from the Republican party. The party has been turned over to the money power and will be run in its in terest alone. Cy Leland, the chairman of the Re publican state central committee, and Joe Hudson of the Topeka Capital are tearing at each others thro...

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 April 1895

"3 i; XL - a - sSiS' OLD MOSINEE TOM. Copyright, ISO, by Racheller. Johnson & Haeaeller In the late fifties the Wisconsin val ley above Portage was a, wilderness. The lumbermen who trailed their way cp the river passed through tamarack swamps eo thick a deer could scarcely penetrate them, and over dry ridges clothed with splendid pine without underbrush, clean as a park and of in estimable value. Old Mosinee mountain rose out of the wide, green reach of the valley, dark with his robe of pines. All about was forest, land untouched by the ax, al most untraversed by the pioneer's rest less foot. Hut year by year the loggers pushed northward, seeking points where the pine trees could be felled into the river, or where Kkidways could be constructed to make hauling unnecessary. The whole river had been ransacked and every favorable river point stripped of its timber before the movement back Into the forest began. From short hauls and heavy timber the movement was toward long hauls 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 April 1895

SITtTTI Tf t fti ffTt 1 TYf T f f - - i . Don't all stores change, prices? Certainly; but there g is a great difference in the manner of changing. Uncle: r the honest, "one-price" system, prices, as a rule, are never changed during business hours. Offers from cus tomers are not considered. We know the cost of our Zlo Z goods and the lowest living prices they can be sold for. ZZj Kich and poor meet upon exactly the same price plat- ZZ g3 form. . No discriminations are made between indivi 2 duals. Necessary changes are 'effected after business-- hours. If inspection reveals damage, if there is a fail fc ing behind fashion, if there are odd pieces, in short if Z-XJ any commercial reason renders a change in price desira able, change it is. There is no other equitable way that we know of. Mrs. A will then be required to pay no more than Mrs. B because of a difference in station or judgment. The proposition will not then be, "she t'; that hath the most, the most shall pay," but have an ar...

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 April 1895

J VOLUME IX, GOODLAKD, KANSAS, FPJDAY. APSIL 12. ISiS. OUi IliUUliLL. Si? Edward Gray Ea&ssYors to Avoid the Issue- HE SEEKS TQEVAEE riiiE FOIST OS A TECHNICALITY. Oaya England Uaa Esccived No . Information cn the Subject. WASHINGTON OFFICIALS PUZZLED, Published Correspondence at Washington Throws a Dlnerent Light on the Subject Coatraet Let for Fort Crook liulldlcx. Lonso.n, April 10. Replying to 8 question in the house of commons, the parliamentary secretary to tha foreign office, Sir Edward Gray,' sauF that ths government was aware that the United States had appointed a commission tc inquire into the feasibility of the plan for building a canal across Nicaragua, to connect the Atlantic with the Pa eific, but Great Britain could not ap point a commission to co-operate with the United States commission unless the government of the United Stales was desirious that Great Britain should dc so. In an3wcr to a question, Sir Ed ward Gray Haid that in case tha con struetion of the can...

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 April 1895

SCODLASD REPUBLIC. .11. STEWART, . - FubllsSier. .TRH3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ouo year $1 53 Six months , 75 Three months , jq Adver&iOjj rates reasonable and liberal dii I'ountii given on extended contracts. : Entered at tbe PostofSce at Goodlaad, Kan., for transmission tlirouKti the maii3, as second class mail matter. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. These is not enough money in tbe country to pay 1 per cent of the in-dsbtedness. These is one kind of trust which the two old parties have demolished the trust which the poor man used to have at the store. Confidence is an essential factor in any monetary system; but if the peo ple lose confidence ia the government they lose confidence in the monetary system. The United States produces more gold than any other nation in the world, but she hasn't got sense enough to keep it, and is bonding herself to buy it from other nations that produce no gold. The late Senator Fair seems to have been a very thoughtful man. After disposing of most of his proper...

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