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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 22 February 1900

LlbtftrtivaBooletjr VOi , XVIII. BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 22 1900-EIGHT PAGES. NO 35 Looking For Her Glasses. There li nothing an elderly porcon , \ who mupt rely upon artificial fttcl ( or s good vision , BO enjoys , AS good glaeeos. By "good glasses" wo do not mean oxpenslra frames , nor elaborate mount ings , bat do moan a flnoly ground Ions , n I l ns refracting each and every atom of light accurately , and fitted by a compe tent optician , from scientific mencnrc- \ ments , made In A scientific way. The one who has rolled r.pon cheap , Illy fitting flight-destroyers , sold by a tores , peddlers , and incompetents Klasse * which give tm ! greatest rrllof When lost , Is thu person who will ovlnco the most appreciation of those wo fit. after an hccnrate measurement of tliu oyu tnd.Usi delect. V Consultation \ Qradnate'ofiChlcago Ophthalmic College. \ J Fine Plymouth Rook cookrols for aalo. Three miles north and one mile east of Walworth bridge 4 ...

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 — 22 February 1900

tDSTEB CODm BIMHaJCAH D. M. AMSHKHUT , Vulitlihnr. BUOKEN HOW. NCUUASK/i , THE NFWS JN BRItF. Three thousand people at Indlannpo- lly adopted resolutions of Hympathy ftti the Boors. Empcrofr William has subscribed 10. 000 marks to promote German emigra tion to Palestine. The Cox anti-trust bill has passer the Mississippi lower house by an al most unanimous vote. Mary Keith bliaw , wife of A. 1) . Shaw * commnndor-ln-ehlef of .the Grand Army of the Republic , is dead. Governor Tanner granted a stay of execution to May 11 to Charles Llndo- wall , sentenced to bo hanged Friday at Galcsburg. Liabilities aggregating $140,090 aie scheduled In a petition In bankruptcy tiled by Otto E. Weber , a Chicago real estate broker. His assets are ? 80,200. Hcrr ritcrnberg , a Berlin banker , has bcdn arrested on the charge of fraudulent practices. Ho furnished ball to the amount of 1,000,000 marks. The botrothol of his 'Imperial high ness , the crown prince of Japan , to Princess Sadako , the fourth...

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 — 22 February 1900

FINAL VOTE JN GOLD Senate Finance Bill is Passed , 40 Tor to 29 Against. fORAN INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT .Amendment Adopted I.ravins Door Opun to lllitintiilllflin tif Coiu'iirronct : of T.nudliiK ComiiKirrlnl Nations Somn of thp AtntMidim-ntft Adoptrd. WASHINGTON , Feb. 1C. By the de cisive majority of10 to 29 the senate substitute for the house currency bill was passed by the senate today. Prior to the final passage amend ments were considered under the ten- minute rule. Only two of these amend ments were adopted , one offered by the finance committee , keeping the door open to International bimetallism and ) ne by Nelson of Minnesota , -providing for national banks with $25,01)0 capital In pwns of not more than -i-,000 Inhab itants , / The vote taken on the various ' 'amendments offered were practically along party lines. Chandler , republican of New Haven , voted for the bimetal lic amendment , but against the bill. Caffery , democrat of Kentucky , voted against the committee amen...

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 — 22 February 1900

' ( Ho , Jlcpublican lit'i1 i1 Pnbll h U oTcry TJmrinlny.nt the County Scat , h. n. M. I'.UItor h.it * & .001co in Cnetcr Ulotk , Fourth ATr.-efj > I ; : Entered nt the postoltlco at lirokuti Dem , Hub , B Bcooud-cla 8jmntter fur trannulf elnn ttiruugU the U.S. Malls. SUUHCHUT10N ' ' i'HIC'H : One Year , In advance 81.00 THURSDAY , FEB. , 22 , 1000 , Lot everybody set next Monday aside for tlio pnrpoHo of making the dedication ui lliu Separator Station in Broken .How , a success. The uniinniity of Mcntimont ox. pressed in congress favorable to constructing the Nicaragua canal is a strong indication that provisions will ho completed at this Hortsion for it. 'I ho domopops are very much chagrined heeause the republican finance bill provides for adhcaring to the pledge of bimetaliHin in unse of an international agreement , the name i\a wan announced in the na tional platform of 1890. The long ailuneo of Aguinaldo is becoming distressing to his sup * porters of tins country , But...

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 — 22 February 1900

TIME TABLE , ir Route "BROKEN BOW , NKB. Lincoln , Denver , Omaha , llolcnn , Chicago , llutlc , Ht. Joseph , 1'orliaud , KanenB DHy , Knit Lake City , Ht. Lonls , and all Han i'rnncleco , polnti east and south. and all points vcel. THA1N3 MSAVK AS FOLLOWS- EAST. No. 49. Local express dally , Lincoln , 0 matin , nnd all points cast 0:20 : u.m. . No. 4-J. Local pnncnger , departs..11:26 : a. m. No. 40. Through frelvht can lully..6:8i ) a. m. Mo. 48. Local Height cast urr. dally I'J.UU p.m. Dcparteat l.osu.ni. Except Sunday. No. 41. Local rxprrxH ilally , llulimn. llultu 1'ortland , uli pointc wtet lt5p. : in No. 43. Local i > iui < inijeriirrlvesnt.'l:5 : ! > i > . in. No. 4i > . " " west "lU'Win in No. 47. " " " " . . "A151'1' " Departs at 8.45 p , in Kxcopi tiniuiay , Sleeping , dining und reclining clialrcars ( eoal Ireo ) on ttiruigli ttulun. Tlckta bold mid luggage - gage checked lo uuy point In tti United stale mm Canada. No. 48 has murchnndleu catu I'ucaduys , T...

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 — 22 February 1900

ROD Gieverflaie's fldventiire. & & lay SoiA/nrd V/W. llopkliia. CopjrlghteJ , 1E93 , by I'.obrrt Uonticr's S-JDH. CHAPTER XIV , ( Cniitlmu'il.l The limit which had brought Torrovo to shore WIIH there , with two of lie ! crew. "Wiero El Capltnn ? " asked one. "I hnvo not' { ' .con him , " , said .llnb. . " V1' "Is ho ashore "Him go far. Him leave n't night. Where him gr > ? " "He'll eomrImclJ all right , " wild Jt l > ' . "Take mo. on bOardi will you ? 1 have run awjiy from Klvln , and they may eotiio uftrr me. I want , to hide. " "Hide from Honor Klvln ! Mo ! Him got sharp cy ( > \ " "Ho can't see down IK the' hold or the 'Ulaek Cat , " paid Hob. . , Dilrlng uip.voyo e to Urn U and , baeU many of 11i'c urow hail grown' fond of Rob In thejr Irivn HaV.igO sort of fttnd- ness. Thcry nil feared Klvin , but none loved him. ' ' "Come1 ! said the one who was do ing the tiriftihg. Rob stepped into the boat , they shoved off , and In a few minutes Hob waa on board. The situa...

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 — 22 February 1900

The \Var In South Afrlcn. i Haa demonstrated the great foresight 'of ' the Uoers , In availing themselves of all ( lie opportunities In ttuies of peace to prepare for war. Similar foresight should lead you to Improve the oppor tunity of securing better' farms than theirs In this country. They arc on line of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. I'aiil railway In Marlnette county , Wis consin , where the crops are of the beat , work plenty , line markets , excellent climate , pure , soft water ; land sold cheap and on long time. Why rent a farm when you can buy one for less than you pay for rent ? Address C. 13. Holllns , Land Ag ut , 1G1 La Salle St. , Chicago , 111. For starching line linen use Magnetic Starch. A heart that has been oflcn ten dered b'ccomes tough. " I had a terrible cold and could hardly breathe. I then fried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral t and it gave me immediate relief. I don't believe there is a cough remedy in the world anywhere near as good. " \V. C. Layton , Sidell , 11...

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 — 22 February 1900

ter' Undo SnB1'e truly SChold. Bluco lion como back from wnr , it alraugo To notice tile euprleln' chmug0 In htm ; hla good oV mn nu' nw Are both artoelrhed nn klu ha ! Ito weed , to be a douchy Itd- 1'nrtakln' tnebbo , from ltls dnd- An' hadn't the = It up an' enup 'You'd look for In nrnuner chap. The d5y ho rlnpped a nervy flst .in' zald he reckoned hc'd cnllat it tuk my breatb In etch a way I ecarcoly knowed lest what hl ray , I tol' Idtu with a sconful gnu no walat built for rohllcrItC - I That what they wanted hl the rmlks Wan mall wllh acdell III their a hau ka. II uI epthl of a,1 ho went , and new That ha Is I k aenhl I rwow 7rhero uh1't two prntaler folks on earth rhnn tnu au' her 'vho give ii in b' r Lit. IValks'round shit quirk au' suuppy studs ewclll'11 ap wllll tnliltury prlde , Aii'swingln' stylu t'd nn k' you think lbu was a gcuurnl , by Pubk ! tVbon w'niktu"long with mu ho'11 ' any ; Now ' , dud , dun' I aluach In rlch away ; lioP'np yet bendd throw out ycr cllort Ont...

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 — 1 March 1900

* \ Ub ar.au . VOL XYIIL BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH i , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 37 LET US BE YOUR WATCHMEN. To omt ezteotltbo'lmprciBlon preratls that almoit njbody can "flx a natch , " and many only l arn bj COSTLY experience that It Is not 10. The tinker , the natural-born mechan ic , th genius who can "flz anything , " finds lilouolt at IM when ho tnckl.s a fine watch , for the adjustment to positions and leocb.ro- iilim rcqalroi lometLlag besides mechanical eklll. Tbere la no mlnuto detail with which I am not lamllur In the mechunlcul aud mathlmatloal adjustment of a time-plocc. lof Chicago Ophthalmic College. Fine Plymouth Hock coukrcls for sale. Throe miles north aud one mile east of Walworth bridge 4 Q. GUYLB , Walworth. New Grand Central Livery and Feed Barn , JOSEPH B. SMITH , Prop. I7w rlgi and good teams. Prices reasonable. Clinton Day , FE2YBICIA.K AND SUUOEON , Broken Bow , Neb. Offloo OYOr liyenon's grocery. Rcaly denoa fltb bouae west of Ba...

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 — 1 March 1900

CDSTER-COnNTrBEFOBLICAH I ) . HI. ABI8UE11HT , Vulilliher. BDOKEN DOW. - NEItllASKA. p " " * * T "M * * " " " * * M * * * * * " " THE NCWS JN BRIEF. " " / Cock fighting is to bo prohibited In Havana after Juno 1. A commercial school will be Institut ed In connection with the University of Restock , Germany. The census examining board will leave Washington March 17 , for Chicago cage , wlierd the examinations will ha held from March 21 to 27 , Inclusive. In honor of Washington's birthday , the stars and stripes floated above the American legation and consulate , and over many stores and residences at Lima , Peru. The Massachusetts house had Its an nual debate on woman suffrage , re sulting In the defeat of the proposition. 124 to 32 , a larger majority than for many years. The receipts of the American board of foreign missions for the first llvo months of the fiscal year show an In crease of donations of $25,261 ; of lega cies , $20,203. The German press continues to dis cuss ways an...

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 — 1 March 1900

Oronjo'c Doaporato Resistance After Ftiil- ure to Escape from Roberts , WANTS TIME TO DURY HIS DEAD Kitchener Hi-piles , "riplit to n rlnlfth or Surrender Unconditionally" Cronjo Says thnt In IIli Intention lloburlM IVIrm thnt tin Hun Scattered lloers Infllvtfhg ( Irent LOUR. ,1 , i. LONDON , Feb. 23 , General Cronjo * is seemingly making his last stand. I Ho is dying hard , hemmed in by ' British infantry nnd with shells from bixfey guns falling into his camp. On the third day of the flght that Boer chief asked for an armistlc to bury his dead. "Fight to a finish or surrender un conditionally , " was Lord Kitchener's reply. General Cronje sent back word that his request for a truce had been mis understood and that his determination then ns before was to light to the death. The battle went on. This was the situation of General Cronjo Tuesday evening , as sketched in the scanty tel egrams that have emerged from the bcmi-silcnce of South Africa. Officially , Lord Roberts wires that he...

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 — 1 March 1900

Olu0tci ( Ho * Republican Published orcry Thursday , t tUeConnty Bc t. . BI. BI.ft.0fflco ft.0fflco In Cutlet Ulock , Kontlh AIC.-G < - Entered nt the po toi co nt llrokoti How , Neb , i Bccoud-claetmnttor | for tranemlmloii tlmmBli the U.S , Mulls. arjiisciurnoN PIUCK : One Year , In ndvuucc TtlURBDAY , MAHU11. , 1 , 1000. The Sioux City Journal Bays that bioyolo tires will be considerable advanced in price this year. How ever , RO long as Senator MaHon , Pettigrew and lion do not enter into a combine the coat of infilling the Urea will not bo advanced mat erially. It begins to look like the fu sion forces are having" all the trouble they want. Of course , they find comfort in the peaceful harmony that prevailed when all the kickers were turned out. The action of'the national committee has served public notice on all pops , that hereafter they must be democrats or be kicked out. The "people" we used to hear so much about , have become a few self constituted bosses , and the fusi...

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 — 1 March 1900

TIME TABLE , BROKEN BOW , NEB. Llnco1n ( Denver , Omaha , llolcna , Chicago , Uutte , Bt. Joseph , Portland , Kansas City , Bait Lake City , St. Lionls , and all Han Francisco , point * eait and soalh. and all points west , T11A1NS LEAVK AS FOLLOWS : EAST , No. 42. Local osprcts dally , Lincoln Omahft , and all points cast -.O-iiOlLUl- No. 44. Local pHDnengcr , departs. . .OiiOlLUlni . , No. 40. Through freight CUDI lallv..6au : ) a. m. No. 48. Local troight cast arr. dally ia.00 p.m. JJopartaat 1.03p.m. Except bunday. WEST. No. 41. Local express dally , Uclona , llntto I'ortland. nil point * wuet 10K : > p. ui No. 48. Local pasBCnjSOrtirrlve8at..4B5 : I > . m. No. 45. ' " wcet " 10:58 : a w No. 47. " " " 2:16 p.in Departs at 2.46 p.m Except Bunday , Bleeping , dining and reclining ch&lr cars ( seatc Irco ) oil through tralne. Tlckea Bold nnd hay- g go checki-d lo any point lu th United - auu Canada. No. 48 has merchandise cato Tuesdays , Thurs days and yaturdays. No. 46 w...

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 — 1 March 1900

ROD Gieverdaie's Qy JSouimrclA7. . HopUlna , CopyrtghtMl , 1808 , by Uobcrt llunnor'o S < > nv. CHAPTER XVI. "Those who nrti with ino to the death , como behind mo ! " said Htariie. Less tutm hnlf the crow ohoycd. Tlioro vna n about from those who remained. "No kill tlio lioj' , we nil go , " said one. "The cuh must die. Stand iiHldc ! " The nlBtol wnn ruined HRaln , and at the same moment a dozen other nlstola ciimo Into vlow. Stuvno'H men had tionie , nnd Hob's , men the rent , "ThlB Is mutiny ! " yelled .Stnrno at thoao who Blood "by tloh. " 1 will have iyo nil in prlHou. " ' ' ' Hack In tlio group there was one of 'lighter suado than the rest. ' He had quite an Intelligent face. Ho had us yet oald ti'otjhlhg. In VQI'ly t'o SUirjio'tf last threat thin maiii Htepiicd forward. "You , lle , " ho bah ) . "t"ts Is not niu- tiny. A crbw cannot mutiny only against its officers. You have no busi ness on this schooner. You have killed our captain ; We Will not Ktnnd by yon. " "Then ...

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 — 1 March 1900

Mr. Moody know his Blblo so well ( hat his eyes and lingers could find any passage that he wanted , from GcnesU to Revelation , In the hurry of rapid Hpcech , as easily as the lingers of a master musician can find the notes of a familiar sonnata on the keyboard of a piano. One of the new Ideas for home dec oration Is the violet tree. It has been taken up with much eagerness by the New York women of society. Nettle Dickey , of Stanton , Del. , hiu Just returned to her home , after leadIng - Ing the life of a tramp for several years. I A " I had a very severe sickness that took off all my hair. I pur chased a Lottie of Aycr's Hair Vigor and am glad to say that it brought my hair back again and I am not today obliged to be classed among the bald-heads. " \V. D. Quinn , Marseilles , 111. , Aug. 25 , 1899. One thing is certain , Aycr's Hair Vigor makes the hair grow. This is because it is a hair food. If it were a hair stimulant simply , it could not do this. You must have food to live ;...

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 — 1 March 1900

An Intorcitlug 1'togtnm Rctilcrod Urobort , OlniBtcad and CllmboU carry cII llio 1'tcm- Inmi JntcrcilliiK paper by ,1,1) , llocin. Tlio opening of the Oroarn Sop. an tor Station at Broken Uon Monday was favored witli pleasant weather , and while the attundanoo WRH not as largo as the imporlnnoo of the OCOOBBOU warranted the show ing , wnu very creditable. By ten oolook fnnnors with their WIVOB , began to arrive , many of thorn bringing one or moro cans of milk to the station , By elovan oolook the crowd hnd grown HO largo that not half of them could tind standing room in the building , wlioro all wore anxioiiB to crowd in to witnoHH the process of the oro'im being nop- orated from the milk , The Broken Bow Orchestra was in evidence and discoursed IUUHIO on the outside to those who had to wait their turn to got in side. 1 ho Beatrice Croatnory Co. , was represented by General Agent YV , W. Marplo , Hupt. of StatioiiB , J. O , AloUurry and col lector G. 11. Prime. Among other guests w...

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 — 8 March 1900

gut * nu 4. VOL , XYIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 8 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , . NO , 38 i Inch ono "pushes ofl" beyond T the normal distance1 ot 18 inches after 9 failure begins at 33 , means an Inch Save , B9 persons out ot a hnudred may do.lt with safety , you may bo the A ono that can't. The m n baring the best ' T eyes when old ago comes will bo the one that hoede rmar call for IIELP. ! I Graduate ofChlago Ophthalmic Col lego. 2 Fine Plymouth Rock oookrels for sale. Three miles north and one mile east of Walworth bridge 4 G. GUTLE , Walworth. New Grand Central Livery and Feed Barn , JOSEPH B. SMITH , Prop. New rigs and good teams. Price * reasonable. Clinton Day , PXXYBICIAK ANO SUKGEOIS , Broken Bow , Neb. Office over Ryarson's grocery. Resly donee 6th bouse west of Baptist church. A. THOM 'SON , CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEB. and estimates on short no tloe. Broken Bow , Neb. Dr. Chas. L. Mullins , f PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. i 1d atairvrfty from weat endin Re...

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 — 8 March 1900

II KINO DGNs | J . ' 1C > K < ' r A STORY OF MILITARY 1IFE I IK INDIA , J 5 J * * 'i BY A\AVOR ALLAN " * 1C > ' * i V\WWWWWVV\VXVfcVWW * 1/tWWW WVVV\e ili iti > Ji ill iJi ili iK > K ii i ! - - 1- I - { * { < ? t\ > } ? > ? > K /-K'1' ' / > ! ! CHAPTER I. Don Gordon came out of the mesa- room of the regiment ut Rawnl Plndl nnd , vaulting the horse his native serv- nnt hold In readiness for him , took his way through the balmy Indian spring ovonlng toward the pretty bungalow ot Capt. Derwcnt of the Clordon High landers. Don's pale cheek was ( litHlicd , and he carried his slim young figure , In Its Kharkt uniform , with more of Its old majestic swagger than had character ized It for many weeks , for he had licen twlco in hospital since ho had volun teered from homo for active service on the frontier with the first battalion' or the Sherwood Foresters. Ho had only now Just recovered from a severe gunshot wound from an Afrldl rlflo , received whilst leadin...

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 — 8 March 1900

Since the last presidential flection Hie aggregate Of fresh gold mined throughout the world Is placed at ? 900- 000,000. Samson was the llrst actor to bring down a house and he was killed in the fall. Use Magnetic Stnrch It lias no equal. The devil too often gets the boy by- getting his father first. For starching flno linen use Magnetic Btarcli. The truth needs no apology. Many of the world's best gold snlnes have not yet been found , 1 shall recommend L'lso'B euro forpon- , gumption fnr and wldo. Mrs. Mulligan , ridmstond , Kent , Kntjlnml , Nov. 8 , 189i. A smooth and shiny course makes slippery travel. The higher life Is found' In the val ley of humility. Magnetic Bturcli Is the very rbest laundry starch In the world. Character is .determined . by what we say no to. A " " may-cure cough medicine won't do. If it will "perhaps" do its work , it's worse than worthless. If it's good , it's worth ten times its price. Do you know where to draw the line between the good and the bad ? i...

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 — 8 March 1900

< u0tcr ( Jo , Pnbll li il oYcry Thnrel jrj t U e County Boat. . 91 , AMBMKKIIV , Kflltor in Cantor Block , Fourth Atc.-fi , * Bntvrtilnt lli postoBco st Breton How , Nob. , i looond-claiilinnttor for truuuiltilon through h U. S.HnlU , _ 8UB3CimT10N PHIOK : On * YOM , In advance . " lw THURSDAY , MARCH , , 8 , 11)00 ) , In the year 1800 the per oapity money circulation was $4,09. In 1860 it was $13.80 , and 1000 it is $26.98 , the highest in the history of the country. The one time Bookless Jerry Sim pson 13 now accused of having sold out the populist party to the silver barcns. In fact this in assigned as the reason why Jerry now regularly wears Books. The exports of the country con tinue to increase , and the democ ratic orators , who used to tell us that BO long as wo had a protective tariff foreign markets would bo closed to American manufactures , are now very silent on the subject. and the I-told- The calamity men - - you-BOS ore considerable disappoint ed at the record in ...

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