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Yolnmo VI. Number VIII.
GOODLAND, KANSAS, OCTOBER 16, 1891.
$1.50 Per Ye&rV
FOSTER the Weather Prophet, predicts for
October vry cold weather with frequent
storms and blizzards. If you wish to prepare
for the cold weather, go to
i n .. .. .i . i, ii i ii ti 'w i i ii i.
it h h h h h h h h h h h h ft h i jj
1 1 m u m . . w m w - - r. 1 t
There you will find
and lowest prices. 1 heir dry goods depart
ment is replete with new goods.
An immense line of flannels, Canton flannels,
underwear, shawls, blankets, ladies' and misses'
jackets and long coats, gloves, mittens, hats,
caps, clothing, boots and shoes, arctics and
Give us a call nnd wo w i 1 T convince you
that It pays to trade -vvitli us. Yours truly
! J. B. DAWSOK.
C. PI. Barlow.
no a i) cAirrs till yoit cax-t kest.
A full line of lumber etc.
Call on Barlow for anv of these
lines, Tig will treat you whito.
J. A. ROBERTS,
"The Hardware lan."
KeKeep your eye on it."ff3
THE SHERfvlAN GO. BANK.
Cash Capital ,$25,000.
OFFICIAL COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
Authorised by Bank Commissioner to comioeocv batioeu July 3nd. Subject to
M. B. Tosiblix. W. R. Moktox. J. M. Josoik, A. K.-Ktrm,
Presideut. Vic-Preident. . Cashier. Secretary.
IL Uotchl nana, ffm. WcLellatt, W. R. Morton. E Sajjer.
A. L. Torablln, J. M. Jordan, A. F. Keith. F. V. Lancaster,
J no. Maxwell. M. B. Tomblia. J no. FiUrerald.
C P. Rcassu, President,
(Saccisseor to RasaeJl Bnxbra Bank.)
Paid up Capital 2
Crr cf B-.!eeTirw ad TaaUs
the largest assortment
'Twill make you smile
too, to see the new stock
of MITCHELL and
Plows and Bug
gies for sale by
EL E. DuxCaklt. Cashier.
EtrU Gaoaiaaa. KaESaa.
THE CAPITAL NEWS
Tie Uiitfd SUlri Scprtae Cort Kiv ii
The Iiekrlnsr Sea Trwable TTm TalMlty
f the MeKtaley Tariff let Xm 1111
aare Ha to he Appointed aa the
Inter-State CMarr CommJmdoa.
Washuiotow, 1. C. Oct. 15. The
United States nupffttif court opened its
Oetober term todny with the usual
dijpnlied formalities which neter fail
to take a deep impression upon the
minds of all visitors, no matter bow
often they may hare witnessed the
name grand simplicity, if such: s term
le allowable. Tlaerc was considerable
disnpointment beciunso the absence of
Chief Justice Fuller, who is nt the
bedside of a sick flnujihter in Chica;.-),
nod of Jus'.ice fJruy, who is just con
valescing from an atUck of typhoid
fever, made necessary the postpone
ment for a time of a number of cases
oiisiderod to be f too much impor
tance to be deeidd ly anything les
than a full bench. Among these cases
are wiiatis known As tlie Scyvrd tS--c.
which involves several of the questions
in dispute between tireat Rritian. and
tUe United Ststes- as to- Hie rie-Jitj of
the latter in Bchrittr se.; the caxe in
volving the validity if the MtKinlcy
t.-irilT .n-s, antl that fr determine the
cotihtitutionality of the net shutting the
lottei ies onc of the in:i:Is. Tlie session
starts with a l:ir;er number ofcas.s
! uKin tlie UiK-keV- 'iiHii the court lias
ever before had. and although the act
creating the new , circuit or pclate
court w:is inN'Cideil u relieve the su
preme court other k-ohd.tti'sn etmcv-d
:it the same sei-siott wi U add much more
to its labors thin tlie new court can
pofxiblv relieve It of. Tlio tnil.au
d, preilation rnes referred to t1i ccwirf
of claim, of hii Ii t Ik re are soiii'-lhinsj
like 15.IMIO, ,., apoealabU v rie su
preme eoMit. S ttlr't are cases from
tlio reieiitly ei-tililiaidl land claims
court. Tliee ca-.s will not increase
the docket of thrt s).ren: court at
this term, but hy Cext year this time
it is predict'! that it will b; Hinx.--t
swamiM'd wirli rltem: It is evident
that something ha. i:f t to be lone in
the near futuro to (rlM'te the Hupreme
court, or it wiU t:ke tl;e gi i nter nr-
oiuinaij ine time to get a
ilet imoii on it c.'tfc not : importvnt
enough to he arlvailecl on S:e dm-ket.
Tlio nioi i-nieiit t'l sci'tire the v:tc:ney
on the intert jte coliinu ree cinnui'-siim
niiide bj the 'V'"!-' of W. L. ITrxg": fr
an alliHieee hi in, h-ia iit l-t el vsl.il
li..il. :iod the n. nil t of Mr. I. I.
Dew ii. of South ("a Aili II :, ll.n ixvn
'i-!it i d to the )ire.iiieit, emlor-od
by l'u-.iiledt l'oik i i tUs ii.it ion i! fjir
tin r !il!i::iu-c. Slid the t:it" :tlli.iti,'e
.f (leiugii. iV'i 't Virnitiirt. Lotisianri.
Xoitli 'amlini. ntl 4!ieliig:in, and it
i-4 -an i I t';it nod'e tlidu senonta nr to
i iioe fi-i.ni the other rt:Ue al'lnnees Kx-
II' re-elit ili , i ' '!c)iielt, of (S.-irgi:t.
tt hu lust bis sent in ciii:re?" beeau-i of
111- f -i t i n I . . thit i ieciple advo :t
ted by the alliance. i httd been the oti
jwised f.-.rorfta of iff. H.ttri.on opto
th advent of .to .i!lhn:re cm 'lilale.
I'lic np;Kiiiitiii"i't -if Mr. Cleincnj
world, it in lie ri-girded by the
ai!i. e as a dircet d iutenlioii.il
:ilri ont to that 0C4: 1 niz -tion. Many
M ole belirv- that if t?e other candi
date l ?t fur'wsird k v the nliiatice.aiiil
Mr. I'cwcau rt'oeiviis eiidorenieiit .
of the state alliani- tliat his friends
expert hi:i to g4-t, tliat he w ill i-ci uri'
tin- pvize. It is reiJHtili d by inamy :n
otilyjo-ti. - tl'rtrj tha; n -n:ek-' alliatn i!
shi-nil ilt.e :i r.'pi ietit i ve on the
bo.-ird of ('.ittiiiiissiotlerfl.
Tin; iet t!img:. Sc.-rcU'y Foster
knows lie will h:ive; acrtiicd.rhe fame
of it real, genuine tvf.rmcr. He told
sn:e New York K'it !i-initf. inemlioni
of his party, who ,tol hint he had
bcttcrgosU.tr In making changes in
tl e New Yot k ltsotn lii-nse that would
cgect the party wurLi-rf. that efficient
.service at the i-u.toiti louse is the Ix-st
political nt-ivo that i.iy party can in
augurate, and I-le-i,iote that the mer
chants, irrespective- of parii mi c7fi
siderations, will agr e i ith ine. Noiv,
Mr. Foster haa only to iK-t up to hi
talk to ninke a gTeal rt-pntation among
the who havei biifin'-a relega:ion
with the New York llotise. !
Mr. Harrison has K-fued to issue an
ortler allowing government employes
whose regular leave; of absence lias all
t en used tip to g- home to vote with
out loss of pay, fle could but have
issued such an ortler without violating
the law, but nil the ianie he was asked
to do it. '
Tbe time for Perretary Blaine to
reaurae his official daiion has now been
extended by Madame Rumor until
after the fall elections, although it i
difficult to disxiivef liow there can
possibly be any cotinectioa between
the two things. ,
Owing to the state, fanjpnign. politi
cian are rather seance in Wxahingtor.
these daya, but the presence of fire
hundred of thn nsot-c distinguished
methodista in the world, who are in at
tendance npon the : ecumenical con
ference of that church, now in session
here, more than recinoiles our people
to toe aWaence of the. politicians. Tbe
conference has been;; a great success,
and everything . hi so far paal ofi
smoothly, although the refusal of some
of the hotels to accookodate the colored
bretheru for a time tart stened to make
trouble, but quarter vers found for
them elsewhere. ; j
Oraad Atibt rornta s Boa. Beraard
Kelly, pen ion agent at Topeka, Kss.,
says (a a letter to Uapt Bargea. that
from '-Juasi M. 1390.j t Jutes 30. 1SS1,
he pahl oat 10.709.328.1 , and of thn
amoant fosoething over 14,000.000 was
paid to Kanas peastorwrv Ttie roll of
the ajretx-y has aeraad la leaa than
two year frota 4,00Q t 7Q.00O, a ad k
sow increasing at U rat rat crer 100
per day. This seems o, "lie larga sosa,
yet, wnea we coaasdeii our rapidly it row
ing popalariwB, smd ithat this state ta
really tbe sold key etafei t Is et so treat
a Sttaa. 8aprMMjng that that M.00O 000
had awsjax vtthdrawsi trtxn Kansas, waat
woakj ha-i beea tite ram It la bard to
t!t Wa r wiUsat crpps of y
considerable amouot, busioeM was star
ant and there was a great scarcity of
mooey lo all branches of tulnea and
there would bare been nntold fufferltig
it mis saoney Dad not been pat In circu
It was the best and most satl'farrnry
war ef caving ns from want, and this
Dioney: always finds l' way loto the
vartnus branches of burloess and ssved
os from panic and perhaps the govern
ment from making appropriation to
meet our necessities. This money Is the
chief factor tn our prospenty and In no
war would there be a srstem Inanmr
ateu" more equal and beneficial for tbe
cireotaUon of our stirpld. It comes
from the nation, remains with the nation
and paaslng f-om the poor and laboring
classes into ine cnanneis OI trade Keep
Inr thinfs alive and active, and Is paid
inio deserving bands wbo earned theft-
rtgtil to It by sacrifice Written la blood.
William Walker, jr., handed n tbe
following sworn to rtalement:
flOonUXD, Oet. 14. Editor Ooodland
KKPt'BIJC: I sin arrused of opplnK the
nomination of J. It. Sparer fr the ottlr
ot sberifl by utteinpthn; lo Inltufnce the
Kmnkt towi.!jlp deleption afaint him. I
want io rikWc the tAUmiit thromrh tour
per tttrtt I did nol, either directly or In
flr-etlv, optwe Mr. the-irer's nnmination
but that on lue cnatrsry I fAvored it. 1 now
offer to dit 51s. ti anv nisn who was
drlefmtr to the alllsnee contention that met
In ttoodlsnd Ku. on Oetuber 10 lrtil, fruin
Sninky nr any other township who will
make afll-lavlt that 1 ettuiT ilirectlv or in
! dlrvetl;- sutihl ! Influence hlin or hu vote
, n-tin! thft Domination it Mr. bearrr tor
; fchrriff by miltl convention or aked or pro
rured aitr person to opp mu-q n'iniina.
tlon. it. HitKlB, Jr.
In referenee to the r iiatl o tnst h
been made that I favored the nomination of
f. W. Tf:ijjardt-n fr count v ermml.plonrr
In order to defeat the nomination of J. Ii
shearer f'tr sheriff, I wUh to make the fol
low log amidst It
Stale 4 Ksnaat,
I WillUm Walker Jr. belnit (let dulv
worn do d pie aud ay that I had not
beard and did not know that U. W. Teaear
Vn wti a caudhlnte for cmtiil".ion'r Lefore
the alllant-e eonventlon or that hl n.iino wa
lo be prrwrnled for that or auv other ottlee
until aittir be waa ko nominated.
WILX44M Wiicr.R Jr.
PitlrTibed and aworn to li-foee me this
lty of October K. .1. COTT
t ) County clerk.
v he is omix;.
Frank Ilopklna, cnndldute for Mat
senator will vUlt Goodland xn the 28th
Inst, The following letter explains It-
El'lTOB RErtBLir, Goodland, Ka.
It Rives me pleasure to v that our
candidate for state aeuator, Frank Hop
tn wt!l vielt yoi' and your county on
the 2!!th lnr. He eartietly ileslie to
meet ai many of the woikers In the
eoples party as poimlble on that occa
sion as the abort i'nv"i preclude the
hope tf a aecnud vt-lt this ciunpnljrn
wiutld bo glad to bear from you from
time to tune on the etttitln In youi
cnuaty and oblige. Y""rs frsieruall v.
W. L.. Ft li.fr.
The follouing is tin prograinine ot
the tc n-lierr mci ting to lie held
November 7 to 'l if fhir oiiMie s-i liool
Ijiiiiiiing in Uo.Hllarid:
tiramiuar Snhle t, "N'onn and Pro-
1101:11'' vTaeirlit lv Mr I.. H. irvim
i:.s itsi .a.... Siella I'irkct
I'll s.c.tl tleoyraphv Sulhjcet "W III. Is '
'laii'-'hl by I'rof. J. T. Lnar
Iliseusvioti rJ.-r in IittHf .nil-
Led t' Mrs. K. V. Murphj
Arrangements wl'.l be ni -ule at thi
meeting for atteniling the Noithvtest
Kalis;ts 'f eacheri' a-ist'iatoii.
T HK Fl HLIMIt l).
Obeklin. Oct.. l-. Oiloiil n.ici
has been in-ide by Cyrus Anderson,
register of the land office at this place,
that it Teijuiie the publication ol
notice to make tin il or 1 oinimitatioti
proof on timber ciiitnn- en'ries where
the oiigfnal entry was ma le subse
quent to S-ptciiibcr 15. I r -
cnui;t:i itii rape.
I. A. I-ng was iirrvtt d Tuesday.
Oi tobei 13, on- Warrant sworn o-.it b
Mr. Farrow. The i-h.trgc was assault
vt iih criminal intent, am! is a sei iou
oie hut every i-i-in slionl I be held
a innocent until proveij guiltv by im
pcnchable testiinoiiy. Wo doubt the
truth of the charge.
"AUK" SAID IT.
A a result of the war corior.ition
Ii tve been enthroned, and ;n era of
corruption will follow. Tf.e money
p-iWer will endeavor to prolong its
reign unitll all wealth is aggregated in
the hands of a few aud the republic is
lost." A. Lincoln.
J.O. Otl member congress of Topeka.
Kn.. mill be In Ooodland jo tbe ii ol
October and will apeak to the citizens of
Goodland and Sherman countv on tbe
Issues of the day In the Interests ol the
peoplo" party movement.
DATII THE SHEPHERD BOV."
I would like to have everybody that
can sing come and belp ns in the can
tata at the Methodist churr-h Friday
night Ocboha-r 16. W.J. Bower.
By request of many friends I hereby
announce Myself as an independent -candidate
for (he office of sheriff of Sherman
county, Kansas. J. Ik Suiakkk.
a mom; TUE RAILKUADERH.
A. L. Scott snd wlf returned Mondit from
a visit to Itiwa.
Cattle train are felting sumeraui there
belox one nearly every day.
Brakeman Williams Is uth a rest, aad
is out oa bia elalio near Edaon.
L A. NeDlran a former train dUpiteher
at this plarat W back at als old placa.
Afl a MTIwm ha ron ta Uawelf CoL,
abera be will rua tba switch enjrtoe.
Enainecr D. Buckley baa ebana-ed hi ruo
nuu en in ueitar aair Uatoa
Ta statue ef Oes. Oraat waa iwwetled at
CbtejHre, Oct. T.
Tba Called State saaa ef war, Boatnsi,
will follow the York low a to Valpartao.
Theme Lawtno, aad Alfrrd Ram i were
arraaal HhkUt, October 11. at Cstaraa
SpHaars for the aoroaw of NaMraua Hesa
saiaaj. They are prooahty the rtz.ii saea.
Ensynh Hlsisaa aaraiaaU ChOI for dasaacea
to -artl . ta the lata rebel 1 to
smH f WS.Oiw.ntax IlaUaa aad SpamWk
eiaisaa ta -V.Onolu each. Called Mjtei
ITeary M; Staaley vtfe aad saother-te-law,
Mrs. Taaaaat, were la a setloaw srrech at
t torawfaraa, Umhr. tVss. n. bwt aamal wtlk-
Mt injury. Mr. StaaW mmm mm has way to
Atwata of slhBJanlaaed
ta Dassver MoexUy, The-
FalksMa-, cat Wart Twxlfela. C
SresusM, ef last aaa. C t. like, of Pssio
rvfeawia, J M. mt Psacao liaaia, asrf
Lawreeiew irdM-r, of Wsvauasresw
Tie Pfoplf.j YiA
Mt tsd Nwiiwle
X TaU Ticket Pat la lie Fleld-TrfMnrer
Nosalaated- by Arelasaalloa TUe
Besol aliens The Sub-Treasury and
the War Worker.
The people's party county conven
tion convened Saturday October 10, iu
the court horrae in Goodland, at 10
a. m. to neti,lnato a county ticket.
II. S. Groves, chairman of the county
central committee called the meeting
to order and read the call. C. W.
Whitmore wa chosen temporary chair
man, and G. II. Iiubanks temporary
J. IL Corkhill, C A. Fiuh. and G.
H. Austin Were chosen cotntuittee on
permanent organization ami ortler of
business: V. J. Roou, Wm. Mitchell
and A. T. Rutnmel on resolutions: aud
I. Houston. Messrs. Sexton ?r(l Jones,
on credentials. The convention then
adjourned to meet nt 1 o'clock.
There wa a full houso in the after
noon all ihe seats were tilled, antl many
spectator were standing 111 the en
trance and isles. The committee on
pernvancnt organization and ortler of
business made their report which was
adopted. The temporary organization
was made permanent. The committee
011 credentials made their report
Several delegations requesled to be
allowed to fill the place of absentees
which was granted, anil the committee
ulnae an emeuueu report which was
adopted. The number of delegates
present was sixty four, thirty three
ueing necessary iorcnoice. i lie chair
man announced that according to the
ordt-ci of business adopted, nomina
tiotisVot county clerk were in ortler.
Th fallowing c.iniildates were
names, r. I.. Amet, . L,. Jones. Ii.
W. t alter. W. J. Koon. and David
iennett. The balloH was ordered by
precincts, the chairman of each dele
gation to announce the votes of his
It-legation. C. A. Fitch wa chosen
asiistant aecrut-iry. tn the lourteent 11
ii illctl. . J. Koon ot 11 1110s sownsli!))
having reccivoil a msjority was tie-
.tared the uomiuce for county clerk,
ind bcibg callel addressed the con
The folio inj persons were n.tmed
is candiilates for hbcritT: J. U.
Shearer, Simon Kemp. A. J. Butler.
On the third b.tllott Simon Kemp of
'rant towiihhiu- was the successful
'audidate for sheritT. nnd briefly ad-
d-iseil the convention.
II. S. Grove. V. J. Smith and H.
i'.-i'ou w. r ireiieinel as e:ndidati-s
for tin) oll'o-e of register of deeds On
the lirst ballott II. S. Groves ofGris-
Wold township was I'ovlaiitl lli ltni-
uce of the coLTcIUion,:ind being culled.
B. F. l'.rotvii was nvni'-d for county
ri:i.urer. the, rules were t.usicnilcd
iiul he was ununimou.sty noniinated
iy aclimation. Tln-re tvas consider-
ttile enthiisi.t.-tn in, 1 this noniin ttion
and the Jtopular candidate was brought
and after the cheering riibsided he
being soniotvli.it cintiarrassed siinply
thuiki-d the convention for their ap
preciation, and promised to faithfully
liiieharge tlie duties of bn office as he
old cndeMVored heretofore to do
D. A. Dong and Wm. Butter were
named for theoilice of county surveyor.
tnd on the Ii 1 -it b.i'lott tu. Butler of
Uu'ttui was nominated, and brielly
tated j his cxperi.iucu and ijualilica
Drs. W. B. Swisher, and .E. E. Bur-
well were named lor tins ottice of
oroner. The f inner wa vtitlnlrattn
ind Dr. E. E. Burwell was noniinated
I'lie ileleg;ile froiu the set oml com-
iiiiioner ilistrict met in caucus lo
nominate a man for tla- ollire.
E. P, Wright, and George W. Toa-
ganlen were named. The latter George
leagarden. of Goodland wa the Un-
iiuiiuoas choice nnd w a declared nomi
nated, j Dr. E. E. Burwell was chosen
h airman of the county central cni.
mittee and the following township
ct.iuniitteemcn were name J: '
Itasca David Bennett, Chas. A.
Voltaire J. A. Coikcll. A. O. Clem
Logan J. F. Kimmel, D. B. Din-
Mtl'berson M. A. Kincaid, J. E.
Smoky P. I. Lancaster, J. R-
Iowa E J: Hartzlcr, G. Albee.
State Lrne A. C. Bowers, Ja.
ashmgton v. xv Dealtierage. rS
Shcnuanyills JnP: Knight,- Jno.
Grant A. Reed, Win Van'WIulIe.
Lincoln W. J. Smith, F. E. Yerrick.
Unioii M. M. WellmaD.J. K. Good-
Three ehrera were given for the
success, of the ticket, and on montiou
the convention adjonrncd.-
Whereas, 1q view ef the rreat social.
inilu.irial sail economical re-rohutlon now
advaaclna; upon (he eivinsed woptd, aad tne
lit In Imw eaohroatlng tba Aaertcan
nenpte, we believe that tb time ha arrived
for a crtataiuattno 01 tbe poiiucmi reiorut
foreea of wir eoootry aad the formation of
what should he tn.wa aa tbe peaipie's Dny
ot I h. failed Mu ot America.
lntt. That wc ami heartily ledorae the
oVbulsiI tat t ha platform a adoptetl at M.
1 . t- u i 1.1 . 1 - an. i iaav . n .1
Onubs, Seb-. la .-1, by the industrial or-
(-aalzauaoa were rcpresenlea, wsnnzta
Second, Tbei rijfht to mafce and bexte
snooey aa a soverrura power to co mala
tataed by tha poopie f-r ibe oonnaa ben
eftl, beoeo we demand tbe abolttloa of
aatiooal bank a- baali ef taaoe, aad a. a
aubsUtsrto for aatfcmaal bank sous sea de
saaad thast Wtral tesuier tnatsury aoCrs bo
Irvataal ta sasVaeat volume to traosac the
baslaeaa of toe country oa a eaah boala
wttboait dasaac or evpoeUI aivajaUra to
any etaa or ealisate. such svaaat ta bo lral
tMtiee la pnuawt of oil debts, ptibtto aad
private, aod soch Botes, wbea demanded by
the poupta, ahaJI ho to a aad to thosao saat
saoea th t par OrsaU per asmaaa apoa lm
perUhaUo pradoeta, aa IndtcaOsd la the
aatb-traaaory phi, aad also apoa raat estate
aHth aewoer Dmharioa upoa tho ajaaaitty of
Uod aod asaoaaM of moary.
. 1. diia.it tho trco aad aattaalted
ostassra Of atirac.'
s We seaaoad the yasaar ad law) pro
UMTtosT aitea aaiwinOsia sat awi, aod that
Kaaajrao tssaa mrmn actio ts dawhat aocse
new owned by altea
aad forelrn trndiealtw, snd Ibat all land
hel.l hi nil road snd ether eonxt at'.nn la
exeeaa of aueb a actually ued suu needed
by tbem be reclaimed by the aovrraaient
and held for actual wider, only.
S. Beltev'nn in the dixtrlne cf eijusl
rurhta to all snd speoul pnliere to none
demand that taxation, national, atate or
municipal, shall not be used to hutld np one
Interest or class si tne expense 01 inoiwr
i. Wa demand tbst all revenue. ntlnaT,
tate or countv, shall; be accortlliiK loth
necessary expense of tbe 7vernment
eeonomit-allv and hones UV dlatrlbiltetl.
ft. We demand a Juit snd eitiltalls sys
tem ef arradusted tax on Incomes.
a. We deujandr the most r1rtd, bonet snd
lust national control and autiersWlon of the
mean of public communication snd train-
portatlon. and If thta control and aupervla
Ion d'ea not remove the abuse now existing
we demand tue roemnent ownership t(
mrh mrana of communication and trans
portation. 1 !
7. We demand tb leetln of president
lce-preldent snd I' tilted States senator
bv direct vnts of the ii-uule.
Tblrtl, That e urire united action of all
proprvaslve oreanlzalfot lo attenalna Hie
coaference called for Februsrr fl, IV.1, by
nix of Ihe lesrtla reform or-anlxationi.
Koiirth, That a national central committee
be ai-oolnted bv Ib's ciifcri-uce to he com
poed of a chairman, to be elected l-y thlf
boilv, ami of three lueiiibers front en. b state
represented, to be named by each state
delcirstion. I 1
Ktflb, That this central committee ahall
reon-aent thta. txxtr. laltend the national
conference on Ki-briuirr 22, Ir, sud, If
oos.lMe. unite with that and all other
reform onranl'ation there assembled. If
no aallsfaetorv arvanitehienta can be affected
IM eommlttee ahall call a notional conven
tlon nt later thsn Jun 1, iXli, for the pur
pose of nominating candidates for president
Mxlh, Tlist Hie memiters ef the central
committee for arh t-iute, where there u no
luiU pendent polnlcsl nru-niitntlon, couiiuct
an mite atatriu of political limitation lu
their reaDcctlve states. 1
Whereas. H 1 currrhtlv1 repo.ted in the
partUan prepa of both old partlea and upon
the plntlomi by speaki-rs a;nlijt the peo
ple' party movement that the people'
part favors repudiation of national obllgj-
tlona, then-tr.re, te 11 1 '
Keeolwrl, That we W lleve that horry
is the best pollev" In ttolltl, well aa In
balne. In tmhllr, a well as In orlvatc li.'
:ind that we are lie faviir of Ihe pat im-nt of
all lust obligations, national, atate aril In
W hereas, It la' also 'atWed aalnat the
teoi)!es oartv movemeot tnst th y are in
favor of leifl-latlon that will redoes the
wairea of railroad etnployeea and at the
sine time Increase the cost of living by
forelnc up the pries of tarui prouuee, tDere
fore, be It i
Resolved, Thur we tre in fuvor of
"tiuare dear uuil while we desire rraona
hie frelaht rates and a f-ir price for our
produce we also rejoieeiln t ire prosp-i1ty of
railroad rmplovee nnfl il-ire to see all
Industrial classes recieve "livluir Wikcs;"
antl Hint tve are for Ihe oi.prt.saed a.aiuat
the oppressors, and
Whereas, It Is predtenlv reprosfnfed
that the people's party ,! unfriendly to thr
e:eran of I he late war, and are In fator
of lefl.lntlon aj;slnt ehe prantlnif of pen
sions to neeilly and illscrvltnj union sol
diers, therefore, lie it
Keaoltnl, That we denotinec this fale
snil isatlelnes IIItI arrt declare that we are
In favor of Just, and ireib-rou treatment of
the survivor of the late) war; antl that the
Coterntnent shnulu In pome wav compen
sate them for the depreciated alue of the
money Tn which they reijc-lved their par, and
Whereas, It Is also j reported by "our
friend the ciieiiry" tht a Vf-T. line baa
been orjrstiled and self; constituted bosses
ainioliited to run the people's party In this
county, therefore, be It I
IS. solt et, 1 h it we discredit t; e rr'n
declare th it we are for measures and not
for meti any farther tha-n thev are expon
ent nnd ndvo-at,-s efitne pnneiptes for
which te -sn-tnsd; that he will of the eo-
pb; Is ttit olilin.nte l:iw;ttj it wV -ienounee
msslstii and partisan rlut ; nnl that we sre
for "e-iual rights for all and peclal prlv
jle(jea to none." and
V heren". tjr rolincali foes ae endeav
ored to sow oUen.ton in hnr racks. In ordi r
to di rlile coir strength and secure our de
fvst, therefore, be it
Itcsolved, I hat tve SUtlse sn-l urge the
promotion of nannonv tn our ranks and will
frown down and dl-eodrace all factional
strife: "we tie b"eirr-n.'' aitd will seek the
L-reale-t good for the nuni er:" and thst
s delegates to this c-ifiventlon, we will
cheerfully - abide ths c-lt!on of the ma
TIIEI'EOPLKH fOl'STY TICKET.
The following is the ticket nomina
ted nt the. first peop''' party county
c-onvention held at (jootlland, Satur
day. C W. Wliitmore was chairman
and Gcorgn W. ItiiS-inlta secretary.
C. A. Fitch, assistant jsccretary:
For countv jelerk:
V. ,1. Klio.V
For 1 -5 intv tri ai:r:
It. F. lillHtt'V
For county ft pi -r of deeds:
11. s. (,i:o K.s.
For conntv henff:
For county coroner:
K. E. I!! 11WK1.L.
i-r county siirtstor:
For commissi -oicr of tlie Second district:
GKUUtili VC . -T K. V (J. K 1 F. N .
PFOPI.E'S PAKTV MF.F.TI!iS.
A people's lnt-tj clib'tvasorganized
Monday evening and plan for working
the rmMigti were ieitccted. The
following tahlc show Iwhere meeting
w ill b held during tht preiM.nt month
and at what date. Good cakera will
he on hand to expsnnul the principles
of the farmers' movement:
I? I fi f i 2 It
if f.i ? I : : : r
- i- n r I- - 1 1. ! i- 1
plan to obtain stt lands
Van W mklo. ... II I j
ie Kartaonf. " J -I
Unri. a. t!
Potfa h. 1
l lnrk a a b
Fender , I
Jle 1 i(n. ... I I
WHO'S TUB rATflEKf
Id our mmbti rigs on) Wednesday we
dropped oh to tbfl follqwing:
tXl-KT OOSITEHTloJr. I
Theew will be a coOnty convention
held hy the Independent rt-ters of
Sherman ronnty, Kansas, at the court
house in d-sodland . ' KMnsas, pn Satur
day. October W. 191. .at 1 o'clock a.
tn.", for" th purpose ofi nominating
county fficera. j
l.lanos........... 4 Itase ........
s-bermsnville...... 4 Washington.
V olUlra...- a ratios.
Grant... .... ....... 4 liw a. ........
Mate Line.. tSmoks.
wa 3 4
Loeaa.... i i 1
M B.. Itasca IS doegktew. (Dark
Ilorse print) Iai k Bursa) thinks town
ting mna people' pm-y. Was this
child boro In boly wedlock, and if ao
when did the marriage take place f
Gaorgf Bow are yott getting on In
your osxrrtsritp ef lt-aulesa NataiieT
Kietaard Ob. pretty a ell mmr doc now
wag It taB bva ;j weft torn coaia Into
tbarosxa,-- i. j J ..:
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IVI . M ILIvI SACK.
OliJR FALL STOCK
m r m
! . GOODS
An immense ctock of Dry Goods, Notiony,
Clothing,' Hats, Gloves, Mittens, and Gents
We tske pleasure and pride, In calling your attention to every department of our
stock. Especially to mir line of BOOTS and SHOES a they were bought of the
factories rijtit, and we know the Qualities
We always have a full stock of staple
Call) and look over
will do I vou jrood.
We kecip a full lmc of shelf and heavy hardware,
tinware and cutler-.
We invite insDectin
Stoves," both heating stoves, ranges and cook
We have ju.-t received a large invoice of new
goods and will sell at Rock Bottom Prices.
We are grateful for the liberal patronage extended
to us! by our numerous customers, and hope to
deserve your continual confidence.
Call in; and see us, we will treat you white
and give you a square deal.
I . We are owners of a Complete Set of
Abstracts of Title to All Real Property
IN SHERMAN COUNTY.
We have 'T lers System" of ABSTIACTS, and with Ten year experience In
this line we nre'ennulcd to do work correctly. Our books are Ihe tnit complete of
.tnv st stem known. ; They thow all Transfers, Judgements, Mechanic I. lens,
WllU," Allid.it lis, I'robate nisltcr.-and at! Instrument of snv nature which In any
way Pects (he titie hn tlie least, AND A KB KBIT IT TO DATE.
If jUtt have any work In this line il will p iv you tn ull on us ai there Is nothing
of so much Importance to you as to know just ho w the title to your property stand.
TWO FIRST PREMIUMS AT THE FAHL-
First Premium for Best Collection, and
lids shows com InMvely where yo-J will
and also a! call of lorpectlou.
We do viewing ss well as portrait work.
ITHE CITY ROLLER LULLS
Located at Goodland, Kansas, has
New Machinery Throughout.
We ar ready to jjrlnd yonr wheat and jrltre yoo tha beat quality Floor. Every"
thins; I new snd of ihe latest and mo-t Improved machinery. TVe solicit tb
patronage of Sbencta and surrouodlnn counties. j ' .
B. W. FLNXiBY" & Co. Irops.
Tlrjey Teiker The Cake,
When yoo want Bometfifng that is fine bo
sure and call on Reynoldgatheart Stndio Bfc
is using the new ARISTO paper exclusively, and
his-work is far superior to anytliing that has been
turned out in j the west' CaH and bo convince.
AIE NOW IN.
and price, will sell them.
and Fancy GROCERIES at bed rock prices.
our Stock of Goods, It
C. M. MLLTSACIC,
of our decant "Acorn
Flrt rrcinluio ou Largest Collection ot
tlnd first- lass work. Give us your war IT
Your to serve
D. a CLARK.