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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 28 December 1899

Btuto Hist Librarian boololjr _ " n VOL XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , DECEMBER 28 1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 28 if n. li il gMwSK $4i " ' "Ms'-a o-o J f ? ! ! ft I II. . ' i J Graduate of Chicago Ophthalmic ColleRO. ' , [ ' ' PENN & DOKRIS , BLACKSMITHS. All rfliids ot work In our lice done promptly and In first-class order. . Bed Sbjp on the corner , west of ifao hose bouse. Give us a trial. New Grand Central Livery and Feed Barn , JOSEPH B. SMITH , Prop. New ig ! * and good tcr.mB. Mcec reasonable Clinton Day , PHV8ICIAIS AND SURGEON , Broken Bow , Neb. Oinceover Hyorson'sifRrocery. Realy Gtb house west of Baptist church. Richardson's Livery AND FEED STABLE , at the old stand , between the Burling ton and Globe Hotels Telephone con nection. Headquarters of Callnwny Bingo line , Single and double rigs. Rstea reasonable. Local Mention. Job printing at this office. The Gold King , January 5th 1000. Cannon City coal ot Dierka Lumber Co. WANTED Good nnvy bra...

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 — 28 December 1899

A NEW YEAR'S STOIIY. By S. BMcMamis. , I want to tell you this Now Year's nljfht , wjiat happened Jlst a year ago In ilanU Harmon's blacksmith shop. 'Tain't much to tell , nor over much for an outsider to barken to/ but it means a mighty night to me and , lho bpys , an' I , for one , jlat like lo think of It an * talk It over hhd iclhd ' 6f hug' nutl umbiacc the words , cxprotsln' Itaailt wtiio , and hqld the sentences like a bitter sweet morsel under my tongue. My" strength don't In any wise lay In H'lntln' things and Incidents , and it will bo a good precaution , when I Warn you not to break in Into me and ac cordingly Interrupt me. for it will take llnu-luilrcd and top sawyer work to make my story look as if It had any seiiKu or moanin' at all , except to nre and the hoys as undciatand It com plete. .list a year ago tonight wo met In Hank Harmon's blacksmith shop to celebrate the day by gottln' HO para- lyzln drunk , that we. could dlsrcnicm- bcr the miserable homes wo had sneake...

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 — 28 December 1899

4 Lately , a bronze stntuo or njornst- jerno DjortiBon and one of Isben , which stand before the national the- aier In Chrlstlanla , have aroused a deal of dlscuoslon. On Bjornson's return to the theater , after an absence of thirty years , to direct the rehearsals of his play , "Uebcr die Kraft , " he wrote demanding the removal of his ntatue , as he deems It a "permanent Blander. " Tlispn , In miniver to an In quiry as to his view , said that he had never seen the statue of himself. It Is now proposed to remove both the figures and recast them In some less objectionable form. Cured A rtcr Hi-pent < ! 1'iillurcx With Otlirra I will Inform addicted to Morphine , I.nnilnnuni , Opium , Cocaine , of nc\cr-fnllliig , Imrmlcfc , home- cure. .Mr . M. H. Hahlwln , llox UI2 , Chicago , 111. For starching fine linen use Magnetic Starch. Ho who praises everybody praises nobody. Johnson. , eniury ( Not the ordinary kind ) lajMLViBiraCTiwnaBarea A handsome year-book filed with beautiful illu...

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 — 28 December 1899

Oluotct ( So * JlqwWtcan PablUhctl etcry Thnmlnjr ( it the County B iU. . HI. AMB K IIV , Hriltor tfluOfflco In Cnetor Block , Fourth Are. r Kuti'rcrt nt the pottofflco fit Broken Dow , Nut ) . , tt toconJ-clnen matter for trarnralielon ttiruniiti tlioU. 8. Malls. _ _ SOBSOIUITION i'UICK : Ono Yew , In ftdviiuco fl 00 THURSDAY , DEO. 38 , 1809 , Republican I'rouilscH Ilnro DOOM Ful Illled. "In the now currency bill which passed the lower IIOUHO of congress this week , the party oomoB out Bquaroly find unequivocally for a gold stnudard. The follows who" Btuok to the republican party in the liopu that it would carry out ito promisee regarding ailvor , now have another chance to sco the error of their waya.'Calluway Independent. The Oalluway Indopon'lont it , on ly ono of the many dotno-pop papers that is now Becking to discredit the HUCCCBS of the present admiuistra > lion by false insinuation ) ] . The re publican party has kept its pledge with the people , made at the St. Louis c...

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 — 28 December 1899

TIME TABLE. UUOKEN BOW , NKU. Lincoln , Denver , Omaha , Helena , Chicago. Bntte , St. Joseph , Portland , Kansas City , Salt Lake City St' Loulg , ami all San Francisco point * cast and oonth. and all points west TKAINS LEAVE A3 FOLLOWS- EAST. Ho. 45. Local express dally , Lincoln , Omaha , and all points cast . C-20 a.m. . No. 44 Local papscngcr , departs. . 11:26 : a. in. No. 40. Through froUht cum lally..r > : i)0 a , in. No. 48. Local freight east arr. dally 1'J.OO p.m .Dapartsat . 1.03pm. Except Sunday. WK ! > T. No. 41. Local cxprvas dally , Hclonn , llnttn Portland , all polnte west . 10Nip : , m No. 4local parecngcrurrlvesat..4:66 : ti , m. No. 45. " " wtft " Iti'fcNa ru No. 47. ' . " J:16p. : ni Departs at . SM\i , m Except Sunday , Sleeping , dining and reclining chair cars ( ecate free ) on through trains. Ticket ) eold and bag gage checked to any point In th/ United Status ana Canada , No. 48 has merchandise care Tuesdays , Thurs days and Saturdays. No. 45 will ca...

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 — 28 December 1899

CDSTERCODITY REPUBLICAN D. U. ASI8HKUHY , Vublliher , BBOKEN BOW , THE NEWS IN BRIEP. Germany Is suffering Jiom Inlcneo cold , Yale has 2,517 student ? , as against 2,511 last year. William 11. Carpenter , nuthor , poet and editor at Baltimore , Is dead. Miners of West Vlrglnlx will ask an Increase of in per co.nt next April. SHOWB from five to ten feet deep Ho on the Sudeten mountains , Germany. Fire destroyed the school annex of St , Michael's orphan asylum at Pitts- burg. From New Orleans the Biitlsh tains- port Hermes with 900 mulcH , sailed foi Capetown. The Council ot Jewish Women will hold Its triennial meeting 'n Cleveland , March 4 to 11. At Kokomo , Jnd. , John Jackson , aged 73 , of Peru , foil dead whl'o ' sweeping unow In the yard. The project of the Berlin under ground railroad proposes r.n outlay of 100,000,000 marks. A tunnel under the Spree has Jimt been opened , connecting Irotow with Berlin , Germany. The tug Vigilant has Brartcd on a Hccond search for Whnlchnck 1...

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 — 28 December 1899

ROD werdaie's jj Qy SoiA/arcl W , Hoplclno. Copyrighted , 1E09 , by nobert llonncr's Sons. . . . . ' 4V < IW V1V.ill. < CHAPTER IV. "But the great 'Black Cat1" ! ex claimed the captain , who spoke better than any ono else on board , "It'a only n boy ! " "But I'm grateful to yon for saving my life , oven If I am , " said Rob , be tween hig chattering teeth. "Oh , ho ! Of course ! But what un der the sun are you doing In the river1 ; "Him swim berry well , " said ono of the men , who had gone In the boat. -'Him swim like flsh ! Him make good one ! " "Como with me , " said Captain Tor- revo. Ho turned , nnd led the way to ward the companion hatchway , whither Rob followed him. It had been so dark on deck that Rob could not see what kind of men ho had been saved by. Ho was therefore sur prised when ho entered n small but comfortable and well-lighted cabin to find the captain to be a small , swarthy , evil-faced fellow , who looked as If ho would sooner kill a man than save ono. "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 — 28 December 1899

HliPORT , Whct. . . , , , . 410' Iinrlcy , . , TOO OM 6o Corn. . . , . 250 1.1.36" Kyo Iluttcr. . . . . . .WC . . . SUc Potatoes. KgKS . . . . .20C1 Onions , a.uu to 2 as Cow * . ' . " . . . . a'sa Stcors - Turkey * ° c PrMrlo OUlckeng * ll per rtoz " * J „ < wt ; ; viuc : . tun , , S.UO | ier ClirlHtiiit Cliuruli Preaching oaoh Lords day at 11 n.ra. nnd 7:80 : p.m. Sunday Hohool 10 nm. , 0 , E. 0:30 : p.m. T. B. MoDoNM.u. Pastor A Now llnkory. 1 have jtiHt put in a now bakery complete with the latent improve ments and solicit public patronage. Fresh bread , pies and cakoei a speci alty. To secure fresh bread or pastry instead o' ' ordering of your groccryman order direct from mo and I will deliver to your grooory- mau. So it will ho delivered with your order for groceries. All ord ers attended to promptly. Con- footionaricH also kept in stock. Call and leave your orders on west side of square or telephone ) No , 125. W. II. OBUOKNK , Jr. It y no. Hester Donuol was sick last week...

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 — 4 January 1900

Society J8 CT2 JUH VOL XYII1 , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 4 J399 , EIGHT PAGES , NO 29 , Qradunto of Chicago Ophthalmic College PENN & DORUIS , HLACKSMITH8. All itinda ot work in our line done promptly and In flrst-olnss order. Red Sbop on the corner , west of tbo DOP < house. Give ua a trial. New Grand Central Livery and Feed Barn , JOSEPH B. SMITll , Prop. Now xlgB aud good teams. Prices Clinton Day. PIXV8ICIAP * AN 8UUCIEON , Broken Bow , Neb. Office over Hyer80n'B''crocery. Realy Cence 6 > .b boueo wostof Baptist church. Richardson's Livery AND FKED STABLE. at the old stand , between tbe Burling ton and Globe Hotels. Telephone con nection. Headquarters of Callnway etago line. Single and double rigs. Kates reasonable. Local Mention. Job printing at this office. The Gold King , Januiry 5lh 1000. Cannon City coal ot Diorka Lumber Jo. Dr. T. W.'Bass made a trip to Grand Island Monday. WANTED- Good navy bcana. DOUOI.AB & BIIINBV Call on 0...

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 — 4 January 1900

CDSTER CODNTY REPUBLICAN D. M. AMSniCIlttY , .Vuulliher , BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. THE NEWSJN BRIEP. William B. Gale , a well known crim inal lawyer of Boston , IB dead. The torpc'do boat Stockton was suc cessfully launched at Richmond , Va. The Poepeke-Lolcht lumber company , Chicago , lost ? 175,000 In burned build- li.'gs. London papers Ray they see n slightly better financial condition ahead. Joseph Rhodes Buchanan , a well known writer upon medical and occult nelonccs , is dead , aged 85. ftcymond G. Wolfe , of Humboldt , In. , has been1 appointed a teacher at Chll- eco Indian school , Oklahoma. Seneca 13. Truesdell , 'for ' many years conncctpd with the St. Paul Pioneer Press , has died at La Cronso , Wls. The bank of Montreal ( Canada ) has subscribed ? 17,000 to the relief for the the British soldiers In South Africa. At Lenapah , I. T. , Jacob Staats , city marshal ) was cut In the throat by Tolly Moore , 22 years of ago. Ho may die. Seven Indiana , Includhuj ; two women , we...

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 — 4 January 1900

MAINE DI5ADJT REST Solemn Ceremonies Ooniluotcd at the Arlington National Cemetery , FORMER CAPTAIN IN COMMAND. President , Cabinet mid DUtliiRtiUlicd Army und Navy Oniurn rrciont Kx- crilnoi of fllnst Simple Character Chaplain of Naval Acu'domy mid Wrecked Ship Conduct ICnll lotta Kx- relies Taps Sounded. WASHINGTON , Dec. 29. Upon the windy heights of Arlington cemetery the Maine dead , brought from Ha vana by the battleship Texas , today were laid away In their final resting places with simple religious services and the Impressive honors of war , In the presence of the president , membora ' of his cabinet , oflicora'of the army and navy and other representatives of the government. A cabinet officer , surveying the flag-draped coftlns before the ceremony began , said : "The lives of those men cost Spain her colonies. " But there was no note of triumph In the grim scene today. With a touch of sadness and solemn gravity the nation Performed Its duty to the dead and gave Us defenders...

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 — 4 January 1900

( fie , JUpublican Pobllslicil orery Tlmrmlnj ftt tl-i Comity 8 st. . M , Hell tor .0fflco in Cnctcr Hlock , Fourth AT . - ' - KuUrcd nt tli * poitoRUo at llroktn Don , Neb. , i tetoud-claii matter for trimiralrclou tUrougfc tbe U. 8. nUlli. SOHSOKIr-TION fUIOK : One lenr , In iKlvanco SI 00 THURSDAY , JAN. 4 , 1900 , Failures in lliu firm two weeks of December wore 1,4512,050 against over 000,000,000 in the corros. pending period of last year , and 114,002,007 in 1800. A preat majority of tlio promi. nont republican * ) who left thu party four years ago on account of the tinanoial plank have returned to the foil1 , having beou convinced that protection and Bound money does bring prosperity Blue Springs Sentinel , Small wonder that the Bryanites find it difficult to convince the Am erican people of the hard times when all the mints of the country ate running night and day to coin money for paying American work men who are working overtime to supply the demand for every pro duct of t...

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 — 4 January 1900

TIME TABLE , BROKEN BOW , NEB. . Lincoln , Denver , Omaha , Helcun , Chicago , llntte , Ht. Joseph , Tortlnnd , Kansas City , . Salt Lnko City 8f Ixmls , and alt San Frnuolsco points east and south. and all points weft TUA1NB LKAVK A3 FOLLOWS : EAST. No. 43. Local express dally , Lincoln , Omaha , nnd all points cast . 70:20 ; : a.m. . No. 44. Local passenger , departs. .11:83 : a. m. " No. 40. Through freight cnet lnlly..5:8 : ! ) n. m. No. 48. Local freight east arr. dally 13.00 p.m Departsat . l.Oup.m. Except Sunday. vtKt-r. No. 41. Local express dally , Helena , Ilnttc Portland , nil points wed . . . .10:55p. : in Wo. 13. Local ptu6cngcriirrlve at..45 : p. m. No. 4fi. " " wen 10'6 a. m No. 47. ' . 'o P'1" Departs at . 2.45pin Except Huncloy , Sleeping , dining nnd rccllnltiR chair cars ( sente Ireo ) on through trains. Tlcltes Bold and bag gage checked to miy point In thi United btati'e ana Canada. No. 48 1ms merchandise cats Tuesdays , Thurs days and Saturdays. No. 45 will curr...

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 — 4 January 1900

$ $ * ROD Gieverdaie's ' fldveotore , 4Slv : DV S < * * JnrclJV , lloplclilf * . T ? ite CopytlBhleJ. ISOB bjr Ilobcrt nonn r's Son- < . y fc viv. ? ? ? * ? * CHAPTER -Continued. ( . ) As neb , dressed in his picturesque Spanish rostumc , ntood on the dock , ho thought ho had never HCCII HO many villainous-looking men. They v/ould propel the large flat boats to the schooner's aide , make them fast and Jump aboard. Then the Made boat men and the crew of the "Ulnck Cat" would bo busy for a tlmo In trans ferring from the hul.l of the schooner to the boats the packages and cases and casks of the contraband cargo. Captain Torrevo was hero , there and everywhere , giving loud commands In h language that Rob did not under stand , and which would scarcely bo un derstood by any one whoso tongue was limited to the precise language of < uiy ono country. Captain Torrevo passed Rob ssvcral times without paying him any atten tion. What was Rob's great surprise , then , when the captain o...

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 — 4 January 1900

Ex-Governor Frank S. Black of New York Is n stanch bcllovcr In slate parks and while In office ho did much to aid legislation in that regard. On one occasion he said to n number of prominent men at Albany : "What we need now is to have n counsel for the forest commission. " "A coun- scl ? " Inquired n country member ; "wlmt has the forest boon commit ting that it should need n counsel ? " The longest continuous run of n ralf- way train in Europe is that from Paris to Constantinople , 1,921 miles , in sixty- , four and n quarter hours. t ' Maurice 'Barrymoro's v.'lt Is far- II famed , but n neat little witticism nt .his expense Was Augusts Thomas' laconic criticism of ono of Barrymore's plays. The playwright had been mercilessly picking flaws In the actor's drama until the good natured "Barry" winced. "Oh , como. rtuu , " he Inter rupted , "don't bo quite so hard , if Its not an 'Alabama. ' Just remember that I wrote it in a week. "Did you , Barry ? " retorted Thomas ; "Then you must...

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 — 4 January 1900

BOARD PROCEEDINGS. December 21 ot , 1890 , n. in. tionrd mot pursuant to adjournment , nil members present. The minutes of previous day wore road nntl approved The following resolution \vns by Supervisor Coonoy : Wliereuu , Them IB In the olllco of the county clerk , of On-tor county , Nebrn3 k& , a number ol wiirrnntc Hint nnvo been alined by various olmlrinun of the board of supervisors nnd tlmt woto not com pleted nnd IIHod , L'horutore bo It UecolvedThiU the ulinlrman of tbln board nud the county olerk uro hereby ordered , directed and Instructed to no through llio warrant books of eald county , nnd do lrov all ouch warrants not complott'd or tilled out nnd make n notation on the stubs n ( aiild warrant books , tlmt said warrants ) arodeotroyod. Moved by Noth , seconded by Arthur , that the above resolutlou be adopted and ordered ; carried : Hull Ueaolvml , Uy the hoard of uuporvisora of Ouster county , Nebraska , that the county clerk Is authorized to nmko a requisition on ...

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 — 11 January 1900

IV I VOJLXYII1 , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY il 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 30 By a rule tin plain ne tlie plain bald pnto of Father Time Shakespeare. Tuo phinlng head of Father Tlmo but ecrvos to icuilud us Hint iihyplcal powers Kill Jccay True ot tun organism tit n I wliolo true of lie parts. Wo Imvo ortlfl- tlal nld for iho prcH'tvatlon Of but otic OIVHH of ttio humnu ejstu SIGHT tliO most prcc om of n 1 SCIIH g , Hpcctu- cli s uro a uti-panco in some ways , jet It is scarcely possible to estimate them 11 lliflr iruo Naluc : or Imiuii.o our condi tion \\lthou3 them.Iiun In need of Kipild \ \ , I shall bu plencd to have you Hive mo u trial. If 1 ilc not hold you thereafter It will bu my fault. \ I II II I I I Graduate of Chicago Ophthalmic College. PENN & DOBRIS , BLACKSMITHS. All aincls ot work In our line done promptly and In first-class order. Red Sbjp on the corner , west of ; he hose bouao. Qlvoua a trial. New Grand Central Livery and Feed Barn , ...

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 — 11 January 1900

CDSTER COUNTY REPDBLICA1 D. M.ABI8UKUnT.X'ublliher. BDOKEN DOW , - NEBllASKa THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The knit underwear trust has dc elded to raise prices and not allow fo freight hereafter. A bill was Introduced In congrcs to establish a permanent army pos nt Huntsvllle , Ala. John Albert , widely known as a male cr of violins , Is dead at Philadelphia JIo was 91 years old. The Chilean government proposes ti devote the surplus revenue1 , 8,000,001 pesos , to public works. The Torroiis land net l > ns been dc clarcd constitutional by the Mussa chucctts supreme court. The Sanitary Laundry company o Chicago has become Incorporated capital placed at $2,000,000. Rx-Governor W. 0. Bradley will b < the republican nominee for Unltcc States senator from Kentucky. Three thousand miners have strucli for an advance of wages In the Kollacl ; coal district of Styrla , Austria. St. Louis will at once apply to con gress for an appropriation of $5,000- 000 for the coming world's fair. The board of...

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 — 11 January 1900

Congrc33 Asks Gage Why HJ Did Cer tain Things. RESOLUTIONS IN BOTH HOUSES. National I.ntr Maker * AViint Documents Concerning Deposit * Information n to tlio Sale of the Custom Homo 1'rop * crty In Now York Is Also nonnested of the Secretary. WASHINGTON , Jan. 5. The house session was brief , the only incident being the adoption of the Sulzer reso lution , introduced Wednesday , calling on Secretary Gage for all Information regarding the deposit of government funds in certain Now York national banks. The resolution as adopted was made more general in Its scope and an amendment was made to cover information mation respecting the transactions re lating to the sale of the New York custom house site. Secretary Gage's friends had been Informed that he courted the fullest Investigation and was prepared to sub mit all the facts to congress. Accord ingly there was no friction over the passage of the resolution , which was unanimously adopted. Payne , chairman of the committee on ways and me...

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 — 11 January 1900

P"W ' "I , , , . tfiwict ( So * ilcimbltom ToWUhcit oTcry Tlmrmlnjr nt theOonnty Boot. I ) , M. UUltor In Caster Ulockt Fonrth Atn.'S KnUretl nt llio postofflto nt Hrok u Uow , Net ) . , At BeoontUclMB rnnttcr for trancmlielon tbrougti the U < 8. Malls. _ _ SUJISOHIITJON 1'KIOK : Uno Yonr , In ndviinco . 91 00 THURSDAY , JAN. 11. 1000. Higher wages arc now to bo op posed by tlio demo-pop crowd on tlio theory that they increase the cost of production and force up the price of manufactured goods. Have you read Senator Bovor- idgo'a speech in the senate Tuesday ? It will pay you to read it if you want to know the situation in tbo Philippines from an eye witness. While the sympathy of the Am erican people in naturally with tbo Boors in their war with the British , there is little doubt but the BUOGOBB of the English in South Africa would provo beneficial to the busi ness interests of that country , as well as the people of that locality. Prosperity and populism do not harness up toge...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
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