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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 11 January 1900

TIME TABLE , liUOKKN BOW , NKB. Lincoln , Denver , Umaha , Helena , Chicago , Unite , St. Joseph , Portland , Hanson City , Salt Lnko Git ; Hf Louis , anil all San Frnnclflco points east aud eoutli. and nil points vret THAIN3 LKAVE AS FOLLOWBl EAST. No. 42. Local express dally , Lincoln , Omntia , and nil points cast . . .G'SJO a.m. . No. 44. Local passenger , departs.,11:25 : u. in , No. 40. Throned freight cast tally..539 ! B. m. No. 48. Local freight cast orr. dally ia.00 p.in Departs at 1.03 p in. Bxccpt Sunday. WBST. No. 41. Loral txprce * dally , Helena , Ilntlo I'nrlliuitl , uli pillule wcct..4.10:55p. : in Mo. ) ) . Local pa rcn..criHrlveaat..4 : ! > 5 p. in. No.45. " " \upl " 10'S8ain > o. 47. " " " " SlBp. : in Departs hi 3.45 p , in Kxccpt Sunday. Sleeping , dining and reclining chair cars ( floats irco ) on through trains. Tidies Bold and bag. gage checked to any point In tin United States and Canada. No. 43 baa merchandise cate Tuesdays , Thurs days and Saturdays....

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 — 11 January 1900

" "i B rc ROD 6leV6rflal6'S dy SoiAmrd W. Iloplclno. CopytlRhted , 1ECB , by llobtrt Dormer's Sons. CHAPTER VI. ( Continued ) . The gang ho was with had returned for another load. Rob heard them muttering among themselves , and ho looked up to see the cause. Ho was amazed , and felt a thrill of terror rush 'ov6r him , for there1 , standing with Cap- taln Klvjn and Torrovo , engaged In earnest conversation , wan Lomuol Gtarno. Now Rqb thought surely ho would bo killed , Ifo thought ho now understood nome of the hatred ho had Incurred. Starnc , Elvfn and the captain of the "Black Cat" were all In one gang. Therefore , If Starno had any reason to wish hln death , the others must have the same reason. There was no way to escape them now. Ho could not turjj back. When they were taking up tholr loads Torrovo'Yushed out and beat Rob with his rope's end BO that poor Rob kept his face- bent down almost to the ground till ho got clear of his tor mentor , which was not until ho was part way up...

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 — 11 January 1900

The "emancipation from Rome" movement spreads apace hnd gathers power in eastern Europn , assuming proportions which make U nn object of serious concern nt the Vatican. It has extended to 323 localities In Upper nnd Lower Austria , Bohemia , Styrln , Mo- ravin , Corlnthla and Salzburg. Its converts are numbered py thousands nnd so far the church lies found no means of checking it , and its symptoms nro tnosc of a new reformation. The cotton crop is estimated by the statistician of the bureau of statlotlcs to be nn unfavorable one. It Is poor charity to give the crust that Is too hard for your own teeth. Your clothes will not crack if you use Magnetic Starch. The biggest lights arc net always the best. Sympathy and slncerltj- gives the open sesame to every heart. "About thirty years ago I bought a bottle of Aycr's Hair Vigor to stop my Iiiir from falling out. One-half a bottle cured me. A few days ago my hair began to fall out again. I went to the medicine shelf and found the old bot...

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 — 11 January 1900

i * llovcrlo. How dent to tny Uuntt nro tlio Cblct'i ' Ylsllntloti * , Which cornea to our liomo every ncolt In tlio yt r And nil overflowing with mental polatloni Of things n jiuor farmer Is longlni : to henr. Tlionoimcot llttlo llcl-liltp of nodal illrtntlona , How iRdloti and uuUlcmon drops for the ball , And politics noticed In Knntlo quotntlons , 80 goiitlo , they're politico pcarcely tit nil. B : How eager I read tlmtsnmo ono hn got married , Ui Pom. ono tin' c ll > d on the nacham And Cblof. TX ' 1'orhnpi' Ilii't ) Hrimn In lliu iillico ti-.s tnrrlid Aiid Klvcn IU ) "noggin ' tornnnenlnl I I'll of. . The Jtcns from tuner and llerwjn and South Loop , The long mlrcrtUcmcnlB of nmuloal curee , lion lonm country "i < i > nrk" lina iot left In the And pcrhn ; B a etrny line on the Kngllsh and Boors Mnybo yon will road of n party of euchre , And the hnnby prlzo wan bv Romoonolnthogame Or n lonelily account of thu toilet and lucre. Which rnnrkud with distinction omo risking...

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 — 18 January 1900

- Mat Librarian Boc f gU . . .i it VOL , XYII1 , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 18 WOOr-EIGHT PAGES. Nff 31 , By n rulu as plhlu an tin * plain baltlpate of Father Tltnt bhnkcipcaro. * I The * hlnlnR henil of Father Time but si-ires to remind ue mat physical powers will iccay Trnooftlio organism n a wliolo truoof Its parts. Wo Imvo attlll- ctnl aid for the preservation of but ono or , an of the Imtnan systo-n 8IGUT the moat precious of all senses. Bpcctn- ck's aru a nulfanco In eoniu ways , yet It Is iriurely poeslblo to estimate them at their true value : or Imicloo our condi tion \vltlious them.Iien lu need of K\nn > Lid , I ehall bo filcnfud to bare yon give mo u trial. If 1 do not bold you S thereafter It will bo my fault. Graduate of Chicago Ophthalmic College. PENN & DORHIS , BLACKSMITHS. All Kinds of work In our line done promptly and in first-class order. Bed Shop on the corner , west of tbo nose house. Give us a trial. . New Grand Central ...

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 — 18 January 1900

' tit / it I Js CDSTERCODffi REPUBLICAN JsL D. M. AHSDKUBT.Vabll her. SBOKKN BOW , NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Work hao Just been started on the battleship Missouri at Newport News. Comptroller Dawcs has announced that the Broadway National Bank of Boston will not resume business. Lady Alice Montague , sister of the Duke of Manchester , died at Daves- Platz , a health resort in Switzerland. Representative Slmfroth of Colorado has introduced n resolution proposing a woman suffrage amendment to t\\o \ \ constitution. The eighty-ninth annual report of the American board of foreign mis sions shows total receipts for the past year of $033,010. The Review of the River Platte es timates the wheat crop of the four principal provinces of Argentine at 84,000,000 bushels , againct 72,800,000 bushels last year. The Vole , of Paris , says that In Franco last month there were 708 ac cidents , caused by horses which ru- flulted In fifty-two deaths and the inJury - Jury of CCC persons. The Sugar t...

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 — 18 January 1900

Ho Will Define Eolations Between Oivil and Military Authorities. AN ORDER SOON TO BE ISSUED. Controversy II et ween ( loncral I.adlow find the Cubans Attaint of tlio' Inland t lie Gradually Turned .Over to the Cubans Mutter * In u , Oenurnl Way y Satisfactory. I HAVANA , Jan. 12. Tomorrow Gen eral Wood will Issub an order donning the relations between the civil and military authorities. Except In a su pervisory sense the military authori ties will not Interfere beyond matters of sanitation and public undertakings of a sanitary character. The military authorities will have general supervi sion of all the rural guards of the Isl and. Engineer officers will n'ct under tin1 direction of Senor Vlllnlon , secretary of public works. Cub'an engineers have been appointed as rapidly as possible and thus the department of public works will gradually como entirely under - dor Cuban control , subject only to General - oral Wood's apprpval. The military commanders through out the Island have rece...

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 — 18 January 1900

( Jo , Republican Published every Tlmrwlny nt thu County Soul. , n. ni. xuntor tcvumco in Ouelot Block , fourth ATC.-C- Kntercd nt thopoatomcoat llroketi Uow , Neb. , as eccon J-cn ! n natter for transmitilou through theU. S.aUlla. S01l8CHn TION PUIOK : One Yonr , In advnnco J1.00 THURSDAY , .IAN. 18 , 1000. Thus far th6 Boors have shown the br tier generalship , while Great Britain bus boon humiliated in sev eral engagements , Before the English engage in an other vrar they would do well to advise with Win. AlcKinlcy when to commence and how to conduct a successful campaign. IIad the anti.expansion view pre vailed today , wo would have been a colony of thirteen states , while Great Britain , Spain and Franco would have control of the rest of North America. Ouster county has collected $20 , 000 taxes for the state the past year. It looks like prosperity has at least a small foothold in Ouster county , the calamity cry of the pops f to the contrary notwithstanding. ; ; Since it has b...

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 — 18 January 1900

TIME TABLE , LJKOKKN BOW , NEB , Lincoln , Denver , Omaba , Helena , Chicago , llutte , St. Joseph , Portland , Kansas City , Halt I-nko City 81' Louis , and all Han Franolaco polnti east and eonth. autl all points ircit THAINS LKAVK AS FOLLOWS ! KABT. No , 42. Local express dally , Lincoln , Omaha , and all points cast .0'80 a.tu- No. 44. Local passenger , departs..11 : n a. in , No. 40. Through frciilit : cast ! iiily..r > : : jl ) a , m. No. 48. Local freight cast nrr. dally la.OO p.ni Departs at 1.05 p.m. Except Sunday. WK8T. No. 41. Local ixprcbc dally , Helena , llatto Portland , uli points west I05 : p. in No. 43 , Local pat cngururrlVC8 at..4:55 : p. in. 'No. 46. \\\.n " , lU'6Hn. m Jso. 47. " " " ' 2:15 ii , in Departs at 2.45 p , in Except Sunday. Sleeping , dining and reclining chair cars ( scats free ) on through traluB. Tlclie * Hold and bag gage checked ui iiny point In IU < United States anu Cauudu , No. 48 has merchandise cms Tucsduys , Thurs days and Saturdays...

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 — 18 January 1900

J. b. t. ROD 6i6V6fdaie's ft By toward \At. HopUlna. Copyrighted 18(8 , by Robert Bonner's * < . CHAPTER VIII. There waa no answer , and Rob's heart sank again. Torrcvo was In the plot against him , too , and had simply como to satisfy himself that Rob was in his deadly prison. After a ahort tlmo porhaprt fifteen minutes when Rob had given up all hopo.he heard a greater noise outalde. "Now ! " ho hear Torrovo say in a voice of command. "All together. " There came to Rob the sounds of men grunting as If straining at an effort , and suddenly the stone rolled awny , letting In u flood of daylight. There stood Torrcyo and a half dozen of the men from the "Black Cat" whom ho had brought to move the rock a Job too great for one man to accomplish. "My Jewel ! My Jewel ! " exclaimed Torrovo , In an extravagance of ecs tasy , grasping Rob and hugging him. "You did that well ! You did that well ! By the saints , you did that well ! " This was a sudden change again. Rob wondered what kind 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 — 18 January 1900

NATION Now Year's Commencement a Oonveniont Time for Taking Stock , ADDITIONS TO OUR ORIGINAL AREA Under What Tarty the Great Hulk of Oar I'oBiennloiifl Coino 1'nctn on Which Antl-KximnnlnnlslH Holy for Vltnllcii- * tlon The Spanish AcquUloiis Discussed The first day of the yera Is a con venient time to "take stock. " It would be Impossible for this nation to make an Inventory of all Its wealth , rent and personal , for the latest data of that kind arc now nine yenra old. The gnln since 1890 is known to bo immense , despite the crash of 1893 nnd the weary years that ensued. Wo cannot oven set down the approximate value of the real estate in the United States and their outlying possessions ; and per haps It will never be practicable to get within mnny millions of the stupend ous totnl. But wo cnn nscertnln how mnny square miles have been added to the comparatively small area ot the original thirteen stntes since expnn- slon began about a century ngo. With out taking the trouble to ve...

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 — 18 January 1900

MARKET REI'OKT. Wheat. . . . t 41c liarloy , Sflc Oati.i , 95c Corn , . , ! c Kjo.7 350 DnltCr aoc KRRB i c Potatoes , . . . . , . ; ' > c Onions „ 1.110 Clilctvno . . .a.WMo'J.ai Hog * 1.1U Cow * 3.26 8lOOt , , . . , -J.OO TnrkojB < Be Straw lOc cm 6W | itr tou Ilytio. G. A. Grillltl ) hi\H trapped four oayotea during thu wiutur. Before 1 forgot it I will announce a woman's suffrage mooting at Ous ter January 27th , at 2 p. in. If this line wonlber continued Squire Dean will likely BOO nnakou again. 11 u hat ) informed us that ho saw unakoa in January two yearn ago. Jimmy Isaac haH turned up again ; ho it ) herding at Smith'H runoti. What Jimmy don't know about caring for cattle is iiardly worth knowing. Died , near College HpringH , Iowa , on January 11th , 1900 , Mr. L A 13. Griffith , formoily of llyno , of par- alysio , aged 78 yearn. Man gees to hie long homo and the mourners go about tno streets M P. Empliold linn bought the southwest quarter of ucution 1'2 10- 21 , of ...

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 — 25 January 1900

Jg * r&RHJE HEAR IT TICK ! A loud tlctdng wntoh la not always Iho beet timer. Ueunlly , the stronger I tlio tick , the grantor tbu need of at tention Th tills ft n peed wntoh In Rood condition Is millo tnodcat' In fact can ecnrcely bo liennl. The ronn \ Who IK aluiiyg | > ultlii | ! nU watch to big rnr lo lienr If It still ticks , In liolp- IHK Ms ticker tick HH llf.i nway. Don't vviiltfor your wnlch to stop ticking. Have time , muney , worry , and yonr Wntch. by | ireTcnllon. "An ouncoof I t'reTcntlon IB wort'in pound of euro" ijratcb euro lluvo It cleaned nnd ollcil rfgulnrly , every year , I wnrrnnt nil work. Sonio nrrtititsdon't"wnr- miit Mlnoilocj , I I Urjdualc of Cliioapo OplithnlmlcCollcKo. t WANTKO Sa/erai psraonu ( or dlstrlo office managers In this sttito to represent mo in their own And etirrounding coun ties. . Willing to pay yearly $000 , pay able 'weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities. Koferon- cjsexclianged. Eoclosu Belf-nddropfod stnrap d ei ...

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 — 25 January 1900

CUSTES COUNTY REfflBLICAN D. Bt ABISDltUUY.Vubllilior. BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. TIIE NEWS IN BRIEF. Perry ( J. Kcnnard of Illinois 1ms been appointed assistant paymaster in the uavy. V The Havana cabinet has decided to establish one High school In each prov ince In Cuba. At Barcelona , Spain , an epidemic ol grip has seized the town nmf the mor tality Is Increased. Roland Heed , who IH a patient In St. Lukes' hospital , New York city , con tinues to improve. Prominent republicans of Iowa nro Insisting that ex-Governor Shaw bo nominated for vlco president. The Chicago Union Traction com pany will In the near future Inaugurate u buffet service on street cart ) . Thp 1,800 employes of the Lchlgh Valley Coal company are notified of tin Increase of 2 per cent In their wages. This year's fnmlno In India covers an area of 350,000 square miles , on which la a population of 30,000,000 souls. Northwestern broom manufacturers , nftcr a conference , have decided to advance - vance prices from 23 ...

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 — 25 January 1900

IN THIS CUBAN Qcnor Lnnuxa Suggests Commission of Ouban and American La\vyor3. WOOD CONGRATULATES GEN. LEE. Coicrnor General Pleased With KcMilt of HH Visit t 1'rovlnco of I'lnar ilel Itlo Tobacco In Good Shape C.mnot Hold Tuo I'osltliiiM. HAVANA , Jan. 19. Scnor Lanuza , Vho was secretary of Justice In the ad visory cabinet of General .Brooke , said today : "Three American and three Cuban lawyers , acting as a commission could icforni certain abuses in Cuban laws Without Injuring the general consis tency of the system and the whole country would gain by such a refer mation. This work of reform Is only u uqostlon of time , as the abuses must be swept away. Many of the well- established legal Institutions and prin ciples of the United States would work well here , especially as Americans are coming In largo numbers to the Island , but in the reconstruction of the Cuban legal system the guiding principle must bo the character of the Cubans them selves. "In Cuba It is extremely difficu...

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 — 25 January 1900

( It ! ( iuolci : ( Ho. PobllelirU orcry Tlmrmlny fit the County Boat. L-l O. Itt. A : Himn.U.Y , I'Oltor tjwomeo Sn Cnator IJlock , Fourth Ate.-f KoUrcUntthe poitoBUo nt broken Dow , Neb , , as 6coond-cln matter ( or tran iul ( loii ttiruugti thoU. S.MiUli. ' _ , i ' SUBSOniPTlON 1'JUCB : Ono Yrnr , in adrnnco 91.00 THURSDAY , JAN , 25 , 1000. Jr Rhodes Speaks. It ia Buli'.oiu a people iu treated to so fine a panegyric of reform bun combe na the historian of the pops , viz , Dr. Rhodes , gave to HIH people ple in last wuek'd0lik'f. _ If that denunciation were scattered among the Boom it would equal to an army of 20,000 men. The pops should send it to Aguinaldo at onoe. Surely Dr. Khodos is not a near relative of Cecil Rhodes. It would not bo surprising if Dr. Rhodes should head ati army and start afoot , like Ooxoy , across coun try to ths aid of the Boors , Muybo however , ho will remain to see if ho can't bo of service more to Aguin aldo in the next Nebraska legisla ture. The Dr....

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 — 25 January 1900

The Republican IJrokon Bow , Nebraska THe Question of tin © Hour. Conclusions Arrived nt After Intended V' rornnnnl Investigation Bon. Minors - s Grout Speech Delivered In the Semite Jummry U , 1000 , The secretary read the joint resolu tion ( S. 11. r 3)deflning ) the policy of the United States relative to the Philip pine Islands , as follows : Be it resolved by the Senate nnd Iiouso of Representatives of the United States of Ameri ca In Congress assembled , Thai the Philippine Islands nre territory of Ihe Untied Slales ; that It Is the Intention of the United Stales to retain them as such and to establish and maintain such govcintncntal control throughout the nrchlpcl- ngo us the situation may demand. Mr. BEVERIDGE. Mr. President , 1 address the Senate at this time because. Senators and Members of the House on both sides have asked that 1 give to Congress and the country my observa tions in the Philippines and the far East , and the conclusions Avhich those observations compel ; ...

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 — 25 January 1900

The news that 00,000 American sol diers have crossed the Pi-elllo ; tluit , if necessary , the Ainorleiin Congress will make il 100,000 or 200,000 men ; tluit , at any cost , we will establish pence and govern the islands , will do more to end the war than the soldiers thoni'-olvos. Hut the loporl tluiL weoen discuss the withdrawal of a single soldier at the present time and that we even debate - bate the possibility of not administer ing government tlironghout tlio niehi- pclago ours'olves will be misundci stood and misrepresented and will blow into flnmo once more the ( lies our soldiers' blood has almost quenched. "TIIK iii.ooi ) op 01 u SOMMIIIIS. " Mr. President , reluctantly and only from a sense of duty am 1 forced to say that American opposition to the war has been the chief factor in prolonging it , Had Aguinaldo not understood that in America , even in the American Congress , even here in the Senate , he and hln cause were supported ; had he not known that il was proclaime...

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 — 25 January 1900

The Republican Broken 15o\v , The Question of the > Hour. Conclusions Arrived nt After Intended Personal Investigation Hon. Ilovor- edgo's Grcut Speech Delivered la the Soimto January 0 , 1UUU. The secretary read the joint resolu tion ( S. R. 53)deflning ) the policy of the United States relative to the Philip pine Islards , as follows : He it resolved by the Semite nnd House of Representatives of the United Stales of Ameri ca In Congress assembled , Thai Iho 1'hUlpplno Islands nro territory of the United States ; that it Is the Intention of Iho United Stnles lo retain them us Mich nnd to establish und maintain such governmental control throughoul Iho urchlpcl- ngo ns Iho situation may demand. Mr. UKVEUIDGE. Mr. President , I address the Senate at this time because Senators and Members of the Ilause on both sides have asked that I give to Congress and the country my observa tions iu the Philippines and the far East , and the conclusions which those observations compel ; and becau...

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 — 25 January 1900

The news Hint 00,000 American sol- fliers have crossed tin1 Prolllo ; Hint , If necessary , the American Congress will make ft 100,000 or 200,000 nionj that , at uny cost , wo will establish pence and govern the islands , will do more to end the war than the soldiers themselves. But the report that \\o even disenss the withdrawal of a single soldier ut the present time and that we even de bate the possibility of not administer ing government throughout the archipelago pelage ourselves vtlll be misunderstood and misrepresented and will blow Into flame onee more the IIres our soldiers' blood has almost quenched. "TIII : iii.ooi ) or out MIMUIMIS. " Mr. President , reluctantly and only from a sense of duty am 1 forced to say that American opposition to the war has been the chief factor in prolonging It. Had Aguinaldo not understood that in America , even in the American Congress , even here in the Semite , he and his cause were supported ; had he not known that it was proclaimed on the...

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