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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 17 August 1899

* U. S. Land Office , I i ' ' JAMKS WHITKIIKAD , - IU'Klf > U-r ' y. II. YOUNG , - - - - Jtccclvcr Land Olllco al Hroken How. Neb. , I , Ang 10th lfi ) . f ' Notice Is hereby given that the following nam ed settler bus filed notice of bl * Intention to niaKo final proof In support of his claim , and that said proof will bo made before HcglMcr nnd Uccolver at tlroken Dow , Neb , on Hepl. ' . " 'nil , ISO' } , viz : JltllH If. OttUII , of Hound Valley , Neb. , U.K. No. 3M , for I ho cUsoUnw < l sw"4 , swU e } { , of section 31 , township It ) N , , K.I 9 \ \ . lie nimes the following wltiip-scs tn provo his continuous residence upon and cultivation of , raid land , viz : Ole Johnson , Henry llelgerson. Aslag Anderson , O-cnr Kngel'jyoul , all of Itound VMlt)3r ' ' " I > W111TKHKAD. Hoglsl.r Land Onico at 1 Notlco is hereby given tl'at the following imm- od wittier b s ( lied notice of her intention to imiku tlniil prouf In support of her claim , and that ald proof will bu nmd...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 17 August 1899

CD8TEB CODlffi REFUBLICA8 I ) . M. ASISHICUIIY , Vulill.lior. . " - NKt-.i < ! { * . BHOKEN HOW. The nmn who hns Injured you will bo Ihu hist tu forgive you. A pliyslclnn says the only wliolcBOino part of Iho old-fashioned doughnut la the liolo. A man's own good breeding Is the beat security against the 111-miinncrfl of other people. Men who llvo on little nro cnlled economists and men who llvo on noth ing nro called tramps. As a rule shallow men are despised , but all the snmo they don't require as much watching as deep ones. Lending nuiBlclans are In favor of a lower musical pitch. Patrons of the opera nro also In favor of a lower scale of admission. Mayor Jones of Toledo has adopted "Tho Man with the IIoo" as the sign militant of lite political career. Wlion the mayor has hoed bis way to Co lumbus under that sign ho will proba bly appreciate It hotter. Commissioner of Immigration 1'cnv- dorly has Issued an order excluding from this country a number of Filipinos pines who wore ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 17 August 1899

APPEAL FOR DEnnrre Wnr Department Takes Measures to Eo- Hove Hurricnno SufFerers , CIRCULARS SENT TO LARGE CITIES Hundred * of M et Hnvo Hi-oil l.ont , nnit Tlioso Who Itrinnln uro In Absoltitu Doatltiitlon , Without llom " or I'ooil A OunfroiiH Uo | > ou ( . ( 1'or Vroin All Section * . WASHINGTON , Aug. 12. The war dopartmcnt yesterday took prompt measures for the rcllof of the hurri cane sufferers in Porto Klco. When the press dispatches and General Da vis' advices made known the extent of the disaatcr stops were Immediately taken to send supplies and the trans port McPheison was ordered put in readiness to sail from Ntw York on Monday next. It will carry rations nnd ether necessaries. Secretary of War Root yesterday sent Iho following appeal to the mayors of all cities of moro than IfiO.OOO population. Sir Tlio governor general of Porto Rico conllrms the report that upon the 8th lust , a hurricane swept over the Island , entirely demolishing many of the towns , destroying man...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 17 August 1899

K 0. WOHNAIA President. J A HAUHIH OlMiliir. . , . A. J. . nOIHCHTBON , , VlwM'ron. W. . JH.ACKWItM , , ARd't Codilor. Farmers Bank of Ouster County , BROKEN HOW , N1CB. Transacts a General Banking Himinoss. County Claims and WarraHls Bought. The Hat of casualties and deaths in the First Nebraska regiinont Hhowfl the number to bo 22'J. Of this number sixtyono are doatliH cither in action , from wounds or from disease , and 102 are woundB received in notion. Company M. of Broken Bow had two dealhn , and nine of their niiuibor received wounds while in action. The dead in Company It are Cuy 11 , Living ston , killed in action at Santa Mesa , February 5 , and Nat 1C Sunn diud March 20th of wounds received near Manila. The wounded are Hugh Konoyor , Howard L. Kerr , M. C. Shcppard , George L. Soars , P. L. 13usio , Ornoii Humphrey , , laok L. Boroh , Monroe Sponoo and Horace Kennedy. John L. Porrin and Brent tlattou of Company M. re mained in Manila , from choice , whore the have secured...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 24 August 1899

IlUt Librnrlftii i * - . VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 24 , 1899.HEIGHT PAGES , NO 10 WE MOVE , - ON Wo move our entire Stock of Groceries Into the building Hrft door weal of Woods' furniture atoro , nnd two dorrs enst of the Partners' Bnnk , whoio wo will bo plensrd to see all our old custom- era and tunny new ones. Stock complete and up to date. Every thing frcfili nnd oleau. Highest mitket prlco paid for produce. Come and see ua. DOUGLAS & BIRNKY , ' - OrocerH. H g "AI I ? AKI > AI V ' As our KpRllsli cousins nay Unit tyo [ " glnse ntnl half rpcctnclo Tlwt' * tliu tii-w combination triune tunny iiooplc prefer to J either straight tpcctnrlo or eye Kl - I cnu pupjily It In all niotnlfl Rohl , cllvcr , I Ptcol , aluminum ainlrlmlcBB. Work , Roodn nml | irlco right. Hero cvory day In the S jcnr to muku them to. Exnuilimllon free. s Urntlnnto of Chicago Ophthnlmlc CollcRO. 5XXSs2SS35Si ; 2K 3JSSSS2KX5 : SCi : > : S8:5fiS : K. K.H Farme...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 24 August 1899

Cir'APTWIl ' X\f. I I -V.IB midday by H"1 H"1 ' ' ' " i'"n-h.- c < l Hie vlllnne , nnd belli * very fnint [ n < c > pnttiri il Into thi > nti'lin lltll ° lml and n kwl for a la n of milk. To ( it * "i mei | iMip.Mnlhlp ; but the mil- trcxa of the Inn , noticing lh * frail form and rvlilrncM of wenrlnnM , bruuKlit hoMinmadbrwiil nnd butler , and siiKKfHlpil th.it * ho hud bettor kcpji up her KtrmiKth. Mltl HM Hhe foil Inclined for It , lha food did her imil , und whim nil * liiul llnlMlu'd , UIH people dlrnled her to Mr. llriindon'fl. "Could you tell me , " Hho linked tim idly , 'If Mr. llrnmloii In at homo Just now7" The woman glu led. nnd looked nt her ' 'aughter ' , who nlno giggled. No , ho nln't , " ln' mild. ' 'He'KOI married , " glglad | the (1.1 Ijjller. " \iiil hi 'i unlit ) for ! IH ! wedding- trip " added ( lie mother , 'Dear IIIH ! " mild Marguerite. In as tonishment. ' " : ( . lle'n miirrlod the doctor's daughter. 8he wna a dmil tot ) young nnd pretty for him...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 24 August 1899

.X TALMAGE'S SERMON. THE STRIKE EPIDEMIC LAST SUNDAY'S SUBJECT. "The Hjre Cannot Say Unto tlio llnmli J Have Jfo Need of Tlioo" From Hie Fit-it Hook of Corinthians , Chapter 121 Verio 21. Fifty thousand workmen in Chicago ceasing work in one day ; Brooklyn stunned by the attempt to halt its rail road cars ; Cleveland In the throes of a labor agitation , and restlessness among tellers all over the land have caused an epidemic of strikes , and somewhat to better things , I apply the Pauline thought of my text. You have seen an elaborate piece of machinery , with a thousand wheels and a thousand bands and a thousand pMlleys nil controlled by one great water wheel , the machinery so adjusted that when you jar ono part of It you Jar all parts of It. Well , human so- cloty is a great piece of mechanism controlled by ono great and ever-re volving force the wheel of God's providence. You harm one part of the machinery of society and you harm nil parts. All professions Interdependent. All tr...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 24 August 1899

( So. llcpublicou FnblUhod every Tlmriday at tlio County Heat. ai. . Keillor AfUfllco in On plot lllock , Konrth ATC.-VI * Entered nt the pottolllco nt llrukcn How , Neb , Bccoml clans niAllur , ( or traiiimlttlou thronpli tlio U. H , BUllSCmiTJON 1'JUCK. One Vo r , In Rdvniico rilUKSDAY , AUG si , ison. REPUBLICAN TICK lit County Ticket. For Cwotity TnMk * rw. VTAI.TXR OBOHflK. Kor Clwk f DIM Owl , Ll t. H. F. KKSNKDV For CountT Supcrlntenili > nt , J. Il.TAGGAllT. For Comity Snrray r , F. K. VASANTVVKHl' . For County Coroner , Dr. It. K. DAVIKS. To\viiHlil | > Ticket. C1"kl W. W. COWLKS. Treasurer , J. M. KIMHHHUNU. Justice * of the I'caco , J.J. SNYDKR Couilablcs , P. M.TOW8I.KY. W * . 1IAUKKTT. Itoad Overseers , Dint. No. 1 , Oil AH. DAVIS. Dint No 2J. H. KKNOYKIt Diet. No. 8. JOHN IMYCi : Ulst. Nn.I , I N 1'KIISIIAI.U Illlt. No. MMI AHTIIUK. ii t. NO. o. o i : cAinviu : , . Ilt. No. 7 , 0. T. WHIOUT. Supcnlbor JMslrlcl Contentions DIHT1IIOT Ml 8. The republican Biij-ervls...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 24 August 1899

America's Greatest Circus Coming to Broken Bow Sept , n. RINGL I W. I B li 5 . ' . ! ' . ! World's Greatest Shows , THE INVINCIBLE MONARCH OF THE AMUSEMENT WORLD. 1000 People , 05 Railroad Cars , COO Horses , 300 Performers , 5 Big Arenas , 1 Aerial Enolavo , i Milti llaoo Tr.iuk , 25 Elephants , 100 Dene and Capos , 12 AcroH of Tonta. 3,700,000 Invested , $7,400 Daily Expor.Hcs. A MAJKSTIC , IMPOHINO , IDKAL , PATIUOTIO SPKCTACLK , THK ONLY ExmiiiTioN IN THK WOULD RKPIIKHKNTING Last Days of the Century John Famous O'Brion'fl Eqnino ] > show.ti- , j ur BBUUB L. nuai Oil , THE LIGHT OF LIBERTY ! ft-t KINK Trr T > CTLG ! IN ONK HINO. AT ONKT1MK. Ol O-V/JLiOJljO ' 1 Y ONK MAN. . HHED - I'KKFOHMKD OVEU 1000 PKOPLK AND HUNDUEDS OF HOUSES IN THK CAST. LOCKHAET'S PAMOUSCOMEDIAlSrS. THE BIG 1LOUDERTHAN THOUSAND 2O TON HUMAN BRAS BAND BAN MEN THE GREAT BIGGEST FEATURE BAND OUT. IIEllR SOUDEK'S WONDDRFUL FUNNY ELEPHANT BRASS BAND. FREE EVERY MORNING AT 10 STREET IN O'CLOCK. ONE 50C TICK...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 24 August 1899

COSTER COOKTY REPUBLICAN D. HI. AMSIIItKUr , Vutillilior. BBOKKN HOW , TELLORAI'HIC PLASHES. Gen. Algcr says ho Is absolutely out of politics. Of the ten now regiments culled for one will bo oiganlzcd at Kort Crook. Many counties In Not them Now V'ork have been swept by forest llrcs. Old settlers of Nebraska are arrang ing for a big gathering at Omaha in October. The Omaha board of education has decided to hereafter employ union ttl labor only. J. B. Desmond , a prominent minor of the Dlark Hills , suicided at Hot Springs , S. D. Col. Roosevelt Bays that under no circumstances will ho bo a candidate tor vlco president. A dividend of ? 3 per share has uccn declared on the Chicago & Alton stock , payable September 1. GUBtave Chailes Klcnbusch , a wealthy Now York city tobacco mer chant , Is dead , aged G2. The Highland Park club , Detroit , will hold a nineteen days' running meeting , beginning September 30. FIre at Wcstchcatcr , N. Y. , destroyed St. Peter's Episcopal church and ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 24 August 1899

TNDUSTIUALACTIVITY STATISTICS WHICH DEMON STRATE PROSPEniTV. linmonio Incrcunu In the liniiortntliin of CoininoitltloH Unrd In Domicile Mnmifnctiirr-t , unit Diturt-iiMi In tlio Im ports of Article * iMailo Aliro.ul. Some Interesting facts lllustrntlvo of the marvelous revival of industrial ac tivity which followed so directly upon the election of President McKtnley and the enactment of the Dlngley tariff arc. set forth In a statement Issued by the treasury bureau of statistics. It la especially significant of prosperous times among manufacturers that arti cles required In manufacturing and food stuffs not produced In the United States form the largest Items of the Increase in Importations shown by the fiscal year just ended. The statement covers all articles or classes of articles In which the Importation increased or decreased as much as $1,000,000 during the year , and showa an Increase of im portations In nearly nil articles of for eign production required by our man ufacturers....

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 24 August 1899

rniHT n ALLOT. Chas. 1'cnii. . . ! l 3 , II _ > 17 81 V. ( ! . T lbot 443 fi 1)6fl ) J. F. Koxworthy flI W. A. I SECOND 11 ALLOT. Chai. Ponn. . . 31 W..I .11 II SI 91 II..I I .1 01 3 | I 4I1U 41 01 (141 ( 31 BI..I..I 73 V 0. Tnlbot , 2 rl ? | 4 : i ) & : i el o o | a . . .1 ! ! U | l ) 6 | 9 | 4 G 13 U 117 Republican County Convention. A Winning Ticket Named. Saturday morning at 10:30 : Ang- UHt 19th the convention was called to order'by chairman Roy so. Prayer wan offered by Rev. Quo. C. Burns. On motion , Simon Cameron was olootod temporary chairman On assuming the duties of temporary chairman , Mr. Cameron addresHod the convention , touching upon the issues of the day. Mr. Cameron , au a returned Spanish American sold ier spoke eloquently and forcibly in favor of upholding the administra tion in its efforts to subdue the in surrection in the Phillipiucs and do uounood those who wcro aiding and uucouraging the insurgents as traitors. His address was Ircquontly applauded. D....

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 31 August 1899

Sl.MlIat Llbinrlnn Society VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 31 , 1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO WE MOVE , - ON Wo move our vntlro Stoek ol Groceries Into the building lirft door wrst of Woods' furniture etore , and two tlorre r ot of th < > Parmrrs' Bank , wlioie we will be plpnsrd to see all our old custom- era nnd many new onrs. Stock complete and up to dnt . Every- tiling fresh rtnd clean. Highest mntkut price puhl fur produce , Come and see us. DOUGLAS & BIRNIiY , tlrocern. Unlt'Hs by ncclilont. bllmlntM always cornea ono w y by Nrai.ltcr Byes ho- come woaU ; jou MrMn tlirm Tlii'V be come \\cnhor ; yon rontlaur jour CBrulens- iio > > 8 until too Into , cornea UKIIUET YOUR EYES maybe warning yon every dny of their wcnknoHn their inability to work \\ltti- ont help. The eyenr < > ' dully brcml innkt rn for most of us. Thov nrn iirlcti1- icbsloiill Don't nculrct tin in Timely nttcntlon may KO future niltfuiy t I'll Any IJye. ( Iradit...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 31 August 1899

' ft m m tf # * * * + / I/I Ut fott / * * , < tnO' > < > * > ) H M * tt/itn r , \H \ WITH Dili IIAIflJH III'JIIINI ' ) HIM VAI/DAIIK IIAl/NTI'illKI / ' ) Iff AND liOWJI. I r * ( All day hinl Viililliiln iiliMinit'til lillMMiiK , mill Him 1'inilii ' nut niiiliiMiimd n. ll IIIHMl , lid ji'fllmiify , of ( IIIIIINH LllHl WIIH tlllllll'l ' Illll Will ) U IHIHMllllll llllll IlIlM liuil ilium inn MI , Mini iillmiiiiiHl whom iilin Inlil hill iiH'iuii. ' in Ini'lliiV ' film lillihiiil iitilliil HIM imiiii IIH nlm iinliMMil III f < iHinl ! | nr lillii. ha Wim lint lliKin llllll fllDl JIIHl llllllMll Illll MI'lllll 11/illlllMl / llllll , l < iuly MlhlHHl WilM mil nnliic lo mi illlln ovi'll llin Hiinili'liill | ' nr hnliiK "Tliul Hi'lllnH ' Ihn timllnr , " nlm Nitld In liiMMiilfi "llnniiiiil llnlwyii nlinll | IMIMMlt | ) III Mill ( Ullllllll , llllll I Will MM- t'itil ' | him,1' ' Imlni' lit ( lie ovi'iilim ' l.onl liiiifin Vlllli lllOllHht llMl' n lilli'KHUIl flOIll HIM " ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 31 August 1899

Colonel Charles E. Jones , the Geor- gin historian , has compiled n list of tlio surviving Confederate generals , which shows that out of the original nineteen lieutenant generals , seven survive ; of the eighty-one major generals , sixteen arc living , and of 305 brigadier gener als , ninety-two survive. The living lieutenant generals arc James Long- Btrcut , Alexander P. Stewart , Stephen D. Leo , Simon H. Hucknar , Wade Hampton , John D. Gordon and Joseph Wheeler. Money makes the mnro go , but rail way officials prefer to run trains ou time. AVt-Ktorn Intullcctiml 1'roiluctH. "The Farmer's Cheerful Helper" Is the title of H book for which n copy right lias been granted to the author , G. W. Hamilton of Dos Molncs. Patents have been allowed but not yet Issued as follows : To W. II. Lyon nnd J. C. Walllch , of Crcston , la. , for a mall pouch that Is adapted to bo opened and closed quicker than the old style and when closed and locked ne- cess to the contents without a key Is Impos...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 31 August 1899

Olualct ( io. I'ohlUhod every ThuriiUy at the County Sent. I > . J I , AMHIII'KKV , ttclltor 44-Offlcoln Captor lllr-k , Konttli AT . - % * EuUml flt tfco pojtonicc at Broken Dow , Neb. , at second cUitnmatter , ( or trnnimliiiton through ten U. 8. rnalln. HUDHCmiTlON 1'ltlOK : Ono Year , In ndvnnco $1.W ) ruuuapAY. AUG ai. iBuiiT " REPUBLICAN TICKET. County Ticket. For County Trrnnnrcr , WAI/TICK UKUItOK. For ShorllT , dipt. V. 0 TAI.IIOTT. Kor County Ork , JAMKS cmrricK. For Olork of Dint. Court , Lieut. II. F. KKNNKUY For County JtulKCi J. A. AltMOUIt. For County 8uicrlntonili | > nt , .J. Il.T/iUUAUT. For County Hiirvnyi r , F. n. VANANTWKIU' . For County Coroner , Dr. II. K. IAVIKS. TUWIIHllIp 'I IC'Uct. Clerk , vr. w. COWL.KH. Trcainrcr , J. M. KIMIIKUI.INU. JnetlroJ of tin ! I'cnro , J..T. 8NYDKU I. . MoUANIXiKSS. CoiuUlilci , 1' . M.TOWHI.KV. WM. IIAHUKTT. JtdnJ Ovorfccrs , Dlst. No. I.CIIAH. DAVIS. Dlst No. 2J. II. KKNOYKIl Dint. NO. a , JOHN HUYOI : . Diet. No. . | ,...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 31 August 1899

America's GreatestCircus _ Coming to Broken Bow Sept , n. R World's Greatest Shows , THE INVINCIBLE MONARCH OF THE AMUSEMENT WORLD. 1000 Pcoplo , 05 Railro.iti Cars , 000 Ilorson , 300 Performers , 5 Big Arenas , 1 Aerial Enclave , i Milo Race Track , 25 Elephants , 100 Den ? and Cages , 12 Acres of Tents. * U,700,000 Invested , * 7.IOO Daily Expenses. A MAJKHTIC , IMPOHINO , IDKAL , PATKIOTIO SPKCTACI.H , Last Bays of tlie Century OR , THE LIGHT OF LIBERTY ! OVKH 1000 1'KOI'LK AND IIUNDUIJDS OK IIOUM53 IN Till : CAST. LOCKHAET'S fX ' FAMOUS COMEDIANS , THE BIG LOUDER THAN 20 TON THOUSAND BRAS HUMAN BAND BAN MENTHE THE BIGGEST FEATURE. BAND OUT. IIEllK SOUDEK'S WONDDRFUL FUNNY ELEPHANT BRASS BAND. FREE EVERY MORNING AT 10 BIG NEW IN STREET O'CLOCK. ONI : soc TICKIST A.OIITH TO * jve v StiL Excursions Railroads. OlllLUKEK , UNDKH 12 YKA1IS OLD , HALK I'HICK. A TWO COMPLETE EXHIBITIONS DAILY , AT 2 AND 8 P M. DOORS OPEN ONE HOUR EARLIER. TEE ACKNOWLEDGED GREATEST SHOW OR EARTH. WILL E...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 31 August 1899

CDSTER COUNTY HEl'MICA ' ! I ) , M. AMSHICUUY , Vulillilier , BBOKRN nOW , NKItlt JPa * * " M" " * ' * " * q T' * * " - THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The plague at Astrakhan , Russia , I declared not to bo bubonic. Both General Brooke and Genern Wood have denied to the War depart mcnt reports of riots and disturbance In Santiago. Salvation Army folks are forbl.ldei to use trumpet , drum or tnmoburln on the streets of Philadelphia am speech only is left to them in the ! public worship. Postolllco departn.fiit olllclals havi received word that the aingo riinnlin from Salmon to Hod hods'1 , Mont. , win held up but the mails wore not mo lestcd. While delirious from Illness Dimlc Montgomery , a wealthy farmer llvliu 1 ' near Milan , Mo. , attempted to kill hlf ii wife and little boy with a hatchet am then cut his throat with a razor. General Otis cables from Manila thn tlio sailing of the Zonlnndln and Valen cia with Montana troops and dis charged men on board , has been ar rested by prevailing typ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 31 August 1899

HE IS "UP AGAINST IT" BRYAN'S WAY TO THE WHITE HOUSE BARRED. Vcitrldlng the Iuino-l'oi > Uonhry , "lfroo Kllvor ami Frco Trade. " lit * I'ath IB 80 Olittrnctort \ > y the Solid AVall of Substimtiul I'roHporlty. One of the most impressive anwng the many showings of prosperity with which the American people nio nowa- idays so frequently regaled after two full yenrs of restored protection , Is that made In the news columns of the New York Sun of July 29. With Its characteristic enterprise and sagacity the Sun , always keenly alive to matters of genuine puhllc Interest , has gath ered from correspondents In various business centers some very significant facts as to the abnormal activity whirh prevails among the railroads of the United States. No one needs to be told that when the great inland transporta tion systems are rushed with business nnd straining to Increase their facili ties to meet an Increased demand , everybody else must be extremely busy. Railroad business Is a sure I...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 31 August 1899

Mr. DO nn Conic * to Tomorrow niuhlV. . . ) . Bryan of Nebraska , standing cuudidaia for pioflident of the United Stales will deliver his set speech in the new auditorium at Dea MoiiioH to an audience drawn from all p.ir'.sof die etalo. Iowa IH a mighty poor Hold for Bryan and hih propiigandum of calamity and reaotionaryiHin. Thu fiO.OOO square miles which make up this imperial slnlo IH the best , con tiguous body of land oi equal are anywhere upon the mrfaco of the earth. There is a school house up on every square mile of it. A majority of the people own the homes in which they live , and the farms which they till. H nno of thorn are in debt , but their notes and mortgages which are as yet unoanoollod , are evidences of thrift rather than evidences of distress. In all its history this Htato lie * never shown any tendency townidn the doctrines which Mr. Hryan Hlands for. Occasionally in joins of distress and onto in a while In accident a populist has been elected to congress. Hut th...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
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