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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 30 March 1899

r , > ' i ' $ ' . * * - Iff- 0. n" . PERLEY \V < , , prolcnt.Wncoln | | ' ? . , Neb U. 0. ROGERS , Oashler , Broken Bow. , V-Pres. , Drokuu Bow J. M K1MUERL1NG , Ass't Cashier , First National Bank , r ' OF BROKEN BOW , A . General Banking Business Trausaoted. ' jg , 3. II. itnrnham. L.H. Jewell. U. C.Talbot. o , P. Parley. H. 0. Rogers. 1 jj. ' OOIlIlKsroNUENTB : 1 1/nlted Staleo Nation * ! Bank. Omaha. Chose National Dunk. Haw Tork. American ! ' ' Exchange Bank , Lincoln. Flrat National Bank. Grand Island , First Notional Bank , NortU Plalle , Nob. " I " "f slmllatirig uufFooiiandllcgula- ling HieStomadis andBowels of ftomoteeTHgestion.Cheerful- ncssandlfestContfllns neither Opium lorphine nor Mineral. NARCOTIC. sbiitt Setit * Jtyptmiint - . Jaatr&on Apcrfcct Remedy for Constipa tion , Sour Slomach.Diarrlioca , Worms Convulsions .Fcvcrish- BCES endLess OF SLEEP. Tflc Simile Signature of C&fr&ZGZv- * NEW VOUK. For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bou...

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 — 30 March 1899

CDSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN D , AT. AMSMItUUr , BBOKEN1KOW , N121JUAS1CA. NEBRASKA JflEAVS. Geneva's now opera IIOUBO has op- tned for business. Columbus' now $25,000 school build ing is Hearing completion. S. IL Steel , a prominent attorney of the Butler county bar and a citizen of David City started last week for M'i- nlla , P. I. , to take up the general prac tice of law thoro. Mrs. Margaret Cooler of Tulniago has brought suit against the saloon keepers of that place for $10,000 dam ages , which she claims to have sus tained by reason of the sale of Intox icating liquor to her husband. Butler county Is getting In line with several of her sister rounjles | In re spect to the advancement of her poul try interests , and last week organized at David City Uio Butler County foultry association. The membership is about twenty at present. At Lincoln , Federal Judge Carlaml , of South .Dakota , acting for Judge Mungor of Nebraska , sentenced Fmrk M. DorBcy to six years lu the peni tentiary a...

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 — 30 March 1899

8 ) 1 The Week in The Legislature. II I I Senate. In the senate on tlio ISth Senator Schaal's joint resolution for a consti tutional amendment to Increase iho number of supreme court Judges to flvo , was read for the second time and referred to the committee on constitu tional amendments and federal rela tions , of which Senator Crow IB chair man. man.House roll No. 330 , providing for two additional schools , was read the second time and referred to the com mittee on university and norm il schools. Senate file No. 227 was read for the third tlmo and put upon Its passage. It provides for the relief of Russell F. Loomls. The bill was passed. Senate flllo No. 257 waa placed on Its passage. It authorizes county boards of adjoining counties to enter Into Joint contracts for the building nnd maintenance of bridges. The bill was passed. Senate file No. 199. to amend sec tion -118 of the civil code , relating to evidence ns to legislative proceedings , was passed. Senate file No. 04 , prov...

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 — 30 March 1899

, laa. Stooklmiu , dislritit omirt olork , wnH kindly remembered on the occasion of bin lorly fourdi birthday \ > y his friends Tuesday night. A banquet WIH tuirved aL the Hiirlington hotel , whom about thirty guoHtu were invited. A royal time is reported. Mr. Stockham was presented with a roc .ing chair. It is n noticeable fact that the resolutions adopted by tlio citizen's caucus did not in a Hinglu instance pledge its notutnuori to enforce law and order , or in any way intorfvro with Rambling. They said thny "deplored Ibe fact lint it became necessary for the county attorney to arrest and proHccuto foreign gamblers at the ( xpcnso of the oountv. " In fact the resolutions abound in bombast but pledge nothing. I mn now prepared to do plain family sewing , IIHO ! drews making , 3t MUH LIU.IK KINO. T1IIJII. . A. GNTfillTALNMlIiNT. The entertainment and bamjuei given by the Modern Brotherhood of America , last Friday night tit i'so opera IIOIIHO , was a great sue. ooss. Members Iro...

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 — 6 April 1899

UKJSZ VOL XViL BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA THURSDAY , , APRIL 6,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 38 < $ N 44 wNN i 4 $ Line of Spring Goods Just Becelved at & Cos W © have Special Bargains six days In the week. I Our Stock Is complete and up- to-date. Prices the "best In the city. Call and be convinced. ff * iMy Wheels Are Here and so | PI Are my Sundries. ; i I P Lot mo quote you- m p IS Mi * - ATm - m Morgan and Wroghl jtirea , 28 inch $0 50. , : | X Ray lamp. . . \ 175. S Tourists C'jtse 1.00. ' 'S Sokep | ; per dozen ' . 25. j&Jj 'ii- Fiber giips p r pir 16. jj Toe clips per pair 05. | | Trotiaer giiardn per pair 02. Ssf : y'- , 1 EDWIN F. MYERS , ; V 1 : ' * Broken 33ow , Nebr. A10 per cent Discount for Thirty Days Only To make room for bur large Spring Stouk , we will give a 10 per cent discount discount off our regular low prices on all our Halts and Shoes 81.00 Hats go at 90u 1.50 Hats go at ' * 1 35 2.00 Uiite fro at 1 80 3 00 Hats at go 2 70 $1.00 Shoos go at. . ...

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 — 6 April 1899

Ife * ClovorncHH IH n sort of cenliiH for fastrtmnculallty , 11 is the brnlti of tlm .hand. Ilo Yonr Feet A olio unit IlurnT Slmko Into your sliouH , Allen's Foot- Enac , a powtlor for the foot. It muUca tight or Now HliofH fool Bnuy. Cures Corns , Bunions , Swollen , Hoi find Sweating Feet. At nil DrtiKglHtB and Shoo Stores , 25c. Snmplo Hunt FRIO 13. f ' Address Allen 8. Olmstcd , Lolloy , N. Y. The love of woman JIUHHCH nil comprohoiiBion , and a IIIIUI'H love of ft her often docs likewise , "He Who "Pursues * Two Hares Catches Neither , " Said a well known young man about town , "I tried for years to burn the candle at both ends , in the pursuit of pleasure while trying to attend.to business. My blood , stomach and kidneys got into a wretched state and it seemed that I could not carry the burden any longer , Hut no\\f my rhoiunntiflm 1ms gone , my courage lmn returned , nnd nil on account of that marvel , Hood'H S\rnn- : jmrillu , Which hnfl inado mo a picture of licnlth. Now I'...

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 — 6 April 1899

A SEN3IDLE LETTER , A Weitern Cainulliin Bottler U'lltcs to nil llllnnli Friend. In writing to Mr. T. Ilawkynrd , of Rockford , 111. , Mr. 0. Slmpklns , or Lcduc , Albcrtn , Western Canada ( and to which points especially low rates arc being quoted over nil lines of rail way ) , anys : Dear Sir : Rec'd your letter the 14th Inst. Wo 1'avo had. no snow till after ChrlBtmna and the , cattle have been able to live out , and are all In good condition. It Is snowing now. That Is what wo want ; have about 6 inches now. The old settlers say when wo have lots of snow It means a good crop the coming season. It never drifts hero. The weather Is calm and bright. Wo do not have to dress any heavier than In Illinois , and the horses never shiver with the cold when wo take them from the warm stables , as they do In Illinois. It has not frozen In the stable this winter. The most of the stock runs out , but there is no need of It , for timber Is plentiful and there Is no expense to build good stable...

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 — 6 April 1899

ssaaa ! , i I P AQ1Tlrr ° ' / ° k' fa- < ! ffi Owing to the death of Mr. J. | W. Salisbury , the firm of T. M. $ & J. W. Salisbury will sell its | stock of Dry Goods , Clothing , | Boots and Shoes at very reduced | 1 prices. These goods must "be sold | j 1 and the store closed- ' H L M , & J , W , SILIS S. W. Corner Public Square. f | :2 : ? ; iV/rt'fr , fft' 2'fr , . ffcvJ % / WViy/ivW : / ; : : v.Vviyty / : ; ( Ho. jlcimWicau I'ubllfhod eve < 7 TliurnJny at tlio County Boat. it , aHfAMHIIli liv , I iCtlltur * S-Offlco In Curler lllock , Koarth Aro.-fc * Kntorcil attliopurtoinco at llrukon Dow , Noli. , BI icconil cl 88inattor , for trnnsmliuloM ttirongli tue U. 8. iniillc. suiiscuirrioN One Yo r , In advmico . . . . TUUKSDAY , APRIL ti.son Koyuo's majority exceeded the anticipations of the moot sanguine. E. U. Purcell is all that is left of the demo-pop crowd that crowed so lustily before election. The republicans presented to the voters a good ticket , and their nom...

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 — 6 April 1899

8. II. IIUKNirAM. President , Lincoln , Nob. II. O. HOUKIls , Owhlor , Ilroken How. 0. I1. I'KItbKV , V-rros. , tlrokon Dow. J. Jl KIMHEIIUNO , Ags't Cotlilcr First National Bank , OF BKOKKN BOW. General Banking Business Transacted. DlUKOTOItS ! S. n. nttrnbanv , L. H. Jowctl. It. C. Tulbot. o. P. P riojr. H. 0. Hogau. United SUtcH National Niutk , Omatm Olmso National Hank. Now York. American Bxcbangu IJank , Lincoln. First Nntloim Bank Urnnd Itland , First National Bank , North 1'Fattf , Neb. JSVcBelqUcTxcparationfor As similating lh FoodflndRegula- Uflg tlicStomadis andBoweis of PromoleeTJigestion.ClKcrrul- ticssandEest-Contains neiUicr OpwnV.Morpliine iior Jincral. NOT NARCOTIC. m Stti" f\m \ fti CartcnatsSactai * IKtmfctd - Sugar * fJartr. Apcrfcct Remedy forConstipa- lion.Sour Slomach.Diarrhoca Worms Convulsions .Fever ish- ncss endLess OF SLEEP. TacSlnutc Signature of EXACT ' [ ilJy * * . * 'f For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears HARNESS ! HARNESS 1...

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 — 6 April 1899

CnSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN D. M , AMSIIKUUY , Vubllilior , BBOKKN BOW , N13HHAS1CA. NEBRASKA NEWS. . McQuoIil of .the First Methodist church , Omnhn , dk-d hist wenk from the rfsult onn operation for nppendl- cltlB. ' George M. Mangold , a 20-yesr-old son of- Peter Mangold of Douglas county , hud u narrow escape from dcitthvhllu hunting , Ho curried nn nrmy musket which had beqn Improperly loaded. Thu charge burst thu burrul tmcii thu yoiint ; man wns painfully Injured in tUo fuoo. Slnco tlic accident Mangold him almost entirely lost his hearing. The long continued cold weather and the backwardncsH of the season nra causing scrioim Inconvenience to the farmers of this section , Bays a West Point dispatch. Frost IH still In the ground to the depth of four feet , and BIIOW is lodged in the corn Holds , With the most favorable weather ten days will clapso bqforo a furrow can be turned. The following telegram has been Bent Senator Thurston relative to tne Holt troubles : "J. M. Thurston ,...

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 — 6 April 1899

General Fooling That Their Collapse Is'at Hand. PROMINENT OfflCERS GIVE IT UP Del Filar Loaves Agulnaldo'g Rnnkft anil Accepts the Inevitable Two Tbousuuil 1'rlvatCB Desire to Yield Manjr Non- comlmtnnt Natives Are Kcturnliie to Tholr Homos The Lntiroli at DIaloloi , MANILA. April 3. The American troops under General MacArthur are still resting nt Mnlolos , where every thing has boon quiet today. Hostili ties elsewhere , so far as officially re ported , have been limited dtirlnc tha last twenty-four hours to an occasional exchange of shots between the Insurg ents and the troops forming the Unas of General Lawton and General Hall , extending from the water works to La Lonla. But the shooting has boon just active enough to make the lives of the soldiers a burden and to compel the officers to sleep in trenches , clothed and in readiness to repel possible ot- tacks. Most of the Americans are becom ing convinced that the backbone of the Insurgent opposition is broken. There are numerous ...

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 — 6 April 1899

Must Give Possession of Building June 1st. o. ri. n ' 1 i m & l X WKiK _ York- * 1 \J i \ - i n Going out of Business In a Blase of Bargains. Bargains that will set a pace for value-giving , and that will "be remembered for years to come. Everything goes. Fine Dress Goods , Silks , Table Linens , ITapkins , Towelings , Bed Spreads , Laces , K $ < White Goods , etc. Drop in ; you will meet a crowd. No "Cheap John" goods in my stock. FROM LI HUT. TALI JOT. r Mtiuila , Philippine IslandH , VVntur- worka , tun inilos mint of Manila , Fob , SlHt , 181)0. ) Dear mother and loved OIIOH at homo : AH you see , wo tire at the water workH , working IIIOH awfully hard , Wo nro on duty moat all the time , cither north of uamp ono and one-half milcH , or Houth a half mile. . Some of our roghnunl h\vu : a little Hcr.ip most every day ; wo have not boon fortunate onougU to have one Hince wo uamu out hurc. JiiHt rn- oeived word that Willis has boon ooimnisRionmi ; I am tflnd of thnt ; no ouo ...

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 — 13 April 1899

, XVil , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , APRIL 13,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 39 $ Hew Line of Spring Goods Just Received at & Cos We have Special Bargains six days in the week. Our Stock is complete and up- to-date. B Prices the "best in the city. B Gall and be convinced. -yc - - -c . , . . ' / ' " * * VMi ' * * * * * * " * * * " * " " " ' * * * ! . A ; * * ? a : / * o / * ; V"4 * * A" * * : - : > L a . " ? } A mowing machine costs more | | money than a scythe , "but it cuts | TrI / > ft more hay. Eagles come a little j | | higher than those hardware ff | wheels , "but then they give the | | | rider that satisfied feeling that | f | comes of complete confidence in | | I ft his mount. i 1 * W . . . .t ? EDWIN R MYERS , &g I AGENT , 1 & m 13 Nebr. l ® ? * iHi-I-i ! itiH ! : Local Mention. I want potatoes. J. N Poale. A good fnrm to rout. Call on Mrs. A , VV. Gnndy. 2 Fresh vegetables and fruits for Hftlo at J. N. i'oalo'h. P. II. Marlay , of Mason City ...

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 — 13 April 1899

Ml \ u $ § ( Q } ii Or , The Adventures of j $ An Eton Boy , . . 8u BV JA/YYES GRMNT. * t * h , CHAPTKH XV. The Water-Spout As tlio Bun iuui cased la Heat , not withstanding the season of the yonr , 1 wnn HOOII sensible of the comfort of white clothing , whoa contrasted with dark woolen or broiulrlotli , as the lut- lor abHorbH , natl the former repels , the rays of the Him. Mure IHslop lllustinted thin to me by Igniting paper with a burning- glass ; whenever the focus wus brought to bear upon dark placed , such a.s printed letters , they were Instantly consumed. Wo ran along thn coast of Hlspiuiio- la , and saw the wavy ridges vof llrt mountains' ' that tower Into the clouds ; we nlghted Tortuga , a rocky Island cov ered with palm trees and Bandalwood , but surrounded by recfa and shoals ; and , rounding Capo St. Nicholas , blood to the southward between the great Is lands of Jamaica and Cuba , but without - out Bcoljig either of them at that time. For three days we had dark and cl...

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 — 13 April 1899

No old-time doctor discards the medicine which can show an unbroken record of Fifty Years of Cures. To those doctors , who went up and down the country in every kind of wind and weather , faithful , patient , and true , Aycr's Sarsaparilla - parilla owes its first success. Today any doctor of repute who prescribes any Sarsaparilla prescribes Aycr's. We have thousands of testimonials from doctors all over this land that it is the one ; safe Sarsaparilla , and the doctors know what it is , because we have been giving the formula of it to them for over half a century. This is why is "the leader of them all , " not because of much advertising nor because of what vc ? put around the bottle , but because of what is in the bottle. It is the one safe spring medicine for you. ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD ? We will sell you Lumber , Doors , Windows and Mill Work at Chicago wholesale prices. We are J NOT IN THE TRUST , Sen ? 4 % U RITTENHOUSE & EMBREE CO. < > J 350O Center Avenue , CHICAGO...

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 — 13 April 1899

gi I Closing Sale ! fji Owing to the death of Mr. J. p 1 W. Salisbury , the firm of T. M. 1 i Boots and Shoes at very reduced 1 | prices. These goods must "be sold | I and the store closed. . I m T , M , & J , W , SALISBURY. If S. W. Corner Public Square. | ( tetct ( flo , 3temWfcan | I'nbllnljcd every Tlnirxluy nt tlio County Boat. Keillor SS-OOlco In Cnntor Hlock , Fourth Arc.-tf * Knteroil fit the poptolllco ut Broken Uo\v , Nob. , n Bccond classmnttor , for tnmsmlBiiloii tlirough tno U. B. mull * . SUUHCJUI'TION I'UIOK : Ouo Year , In ndviuico fl.Oo THURSDAY , APRIL 13,181)9 ? The Third Nebraska regiment at Cuba has boon shipped to Dry Tortugas to be mustared out. They will be allowed travel pay homo. The Ord Quir completed it sov- outoonth year last woolc. In that time it has neither changed editors , its religion or politics , and from its appearance it is good for another generation. The Daily Hub , of Kearney , issued an easter edition with illus trated cover. It was wel...

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 — 13 April 1899

o I make the correct fitting of Glasses a Specialty. E. W. HAYES , Jeweler and Optician. o lias a very complete line of . Jl WI1UUUU II 141 Ul JU.11J U II Ul Ul J-JJL | MUUUM * Boots and Shoes , Wagons , Buggies , And a complete line of Come and see me , and I promise you good goods and prices as low as the lowest. O. jfl' . ' tt-jyj,1 } 11 UI < I > rCfltIc t. Mnooln , Neb II. O. HOflKIlS , Cashier , Broken How. O. I' . I'KULIJi , V-Pret , llrokon How. J. M KIMDinU.lNG , Ass't Cashier First National Bank , OF BHOKKN BOW. General Banking Business Transacted. n | , r/ p Miunofong : S. II. Durnham. L. H. Jewell. 11. C. Talbot. O. I > . Ptrley. II. Q. Rogers. United States National Bank , Omaha. Clmsu National Dank , N w Vnrk. American Kxohiinc Bank , Lincoln. FlrstNntion.it Hunk. Grand Island , First National Itnnk , North Watte , Neb. For Infants and Cliildren. His Kind You Have Simllating ihcTootlandReguta lin tlieStomadis aniBowcls of Bears the Signature EromolesDlg'esUon.C...

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 — 13 April 1899

CDSTERCODlm REPUBLICAN D. M. A > ianKnnT.FablUhr , BBOKBN DOW , NEBRASKA. NEBRASKA NEWS. The religious revival is still In prog ress In Sownrd with encouraging re sults. FYlcnds nun neighbors of Judge T. II. Saunders of Osceola planned a sur prise on the occasion of his sixty- second 'birthday. The thirty friends present gave the Judge a very pretty rocker and other things. The presen tation wns made by Rev. L. F. Smith. At Columbus George Mostak , his grown-up son nnd nnother man at tacked Paul Brick , beat him In n most brutal manner with a hammer and horscshoo and stubbed him with a knife. The knife wound Is considered dangerous. The offending parties are in jail. Mrs. S. M. Walker , state president of the W. C. T. U. , has Just completed a successful tour of the Tenth nntl Eleventh districts , resulting In the work bolng tnken up In McCook , . Cul- bcrtson , Trenton nnd Bcnklumnn , and of accession to membership at other points , i . , i ) . , A. B , McFnr.londwhohas "posed a...

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 — 13 April 1899

Among Other Things It Is to Capture Santa Cruz. MOVEMENT OF THE EXPEDITION It Btartu Around Lngiinn do liny * In High Splrltn Kntlro Country South of Lake Is to lie Swept Iloforo the 1'nrty Ho- turns Tan * Tow Flotilla of Twenty Canoci , MANILA , April 10. The expedition of 1,500 men , under Major General Henry W. Lawton , which started last night with the Intention of crossing Laguna do Bay , capturing the town of Santa Cruz , on the eastern shore of the Inko and then sweeping the coun try to the south , consists of 200 picked sharpshooters , chosen from the various regiments , Hawthorne's mounted bat tery , Gale's squadron , three troops of the Fourtlu cavalry , unmounted , with Bronkos' and Tappan's battalions of i > the Fourteenth infantry , Llnck's bat- f tallon of the First Idaho infantry and * Fralno's of the First North Dakota Infantry , under General King. The flo tilla of twenty canoes , towed by tugs and convoyed by the gunboats Laguna do Bay , Oesto and Rapidan , on t...

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 — 13 April 1899

- % B' Must Give Possession of Building Juno 1st. o. ri. ywevis , S > SSE Going out of Business in a Blase of Bargains. Bargains that will set a pace for value-giving , and that will be remembered for years to come. Everything goes. Fine Dress Goods , Silks , Table Linens , Napkins , IWelings , Bed Spreads , Laces , White Goods , etc. Drop in ; you will meet a crowd. 1 No "Cheap John" goods in my stock. M LGTTEJtS FIHMI MANILA. llyHorgcnnl Walter 8. Kllck , Hpoolnl Correspon dent ot the KKPUllUtUN. Camp Stotsouburg , March 5 , 'OU. Company M. wau on outpost yes terday , and watt attacked by the in- BurgeutB about 5:00 in the morning. , IIeld the position and no one hurt ; relieved at 2UO : p. m. by company I. , March Oth ; company I. driven back from outpost ; company D. called out to reinforce company I. ; wo are expecting oall to armn ; bullotH are Hying into our company street from all directions. One wont into Private Burton'H tout and completely mutilated a can of salmou. A ...

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