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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 8 March 1900

TIME TABLE , BROKEN BOW , NEB. Lincoln , . , Denver , Omaha , Iloleua , Chicago , Untie , St. Joiepb , Portland , Kansas City , Bait Lake City , Bt. LouU , and all Ban Fraticlico , InU tait aod sonth. nd ! ) points west. Tit AIMS LEAVE A3 FOLLOWS ) BABT. Ho. 49 , Local ospretB dally , Lincoln , Oman * , and all point * cast 0:80 : a.m No. 44. Local pUMcnffor , departs. . 11:26a. : m. No , 40. Through freight east tally..6:89 : a , m. No. 48. Local freight oust arr. dally 13.00 p.m. Departs at 1.05 p.m. Except Sunday. WKBT. No. 41. Local express dally , Helena , Dntto Portland , all points west 10:6S : | ) . in Mo. 43. Local paeEengerarrlvesat..45 : p. m. No. 46. " " west " 10-58 a m No. 47. " " " " 2:15 : p. in Dopartaat 2.45p , m Kxcept bunday , Bleeping , dining and reclining chair cars ( scale frto ) on through trains. Tlckes sold and bag gage chocked to any point In thi United States and Canada. No. 48 has merchandise cam Tnesdayi , Tutus- day i and Saturday ! . No. 45 will carr...

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 — 8 March 1900

CDSTERCODNTYREl'DBLICAH ' D , St. ABISmtllllT , Toblliher. BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. TIIE NEWS JN BRIEF. The ministers of Sioux City nro lo lake njiand lu the municipal campaign which , is ,011. ( , Representative Robinson has Intro duced a bill to pension Sarah Hurlow of Nebraska. At Peru , Intl. , Charles Hardwlck , 11 years old , resciicd his mother and three'sisters ' from their burning homo. A wealthy farmer named Matthew l.uttlmor , ngcd 72 , was frozen to death while walking a mile to his homo near Elyrla , 0- George Wooley Allen , for more than thirty yearn one of the editors of the Evening Telegraph of Philadelphia , Pa. , Is dead. Ho was Gl years old. Joe Walcott , the little Darbadocs ne gro , has Issued a challenge t ° any prize fighters In the word , McCoy , Corbctt , Jeffries and Fltzslmmons preferred. At , Jackson , Mich. , Col. W. .1. Bryan upoke to a large crowd In repreticnta- tlves'1 hall , dividing his time equally "between free silver , trusts and inipcr- Mai I BUI...

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 — 8 March 1900

General Dundonald Pushes His Way Through and Raises the Soige. JHSPATCII CONFIRMING THE NEWS Country Hotvrcen thn Main Arm ? mid tlio Town Clear of UIIOM Th NewN Ciuinen ( Jrcat Itejnlclng In London Congnttultttorjr ToIrR n in Kent to tlio front. LONDON , March 2. The War office lias received the following dispatch from General Duller : "LYTTLETON'S HEADQUARTERS , March 1. 9:05 : , Morning. General Dundonald , with the Natal Carblneer-j nnd a composite regiment , entered Ladysmlth last night. "The country between me and Lady- smith Is reported clear of the enemy. I am moving on Nelthorpe. " The news of the relief of Ladysmlth was received with much more enthusi asm , than any previous event of the war. Flags were Immediately hoisted ° aa number of hotels and other bulld- \S s and General Buller's success was everywhere received with the hearti est satisfaction. The news has not yet affected the Stock exchange. The lord mayor of London Immediately tele graphed his congratulations to ...

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 — 8 March 1900

Ropubloan city CnuciiH lu pursuant to call tlio republican oily caucus wns hold last night in tbo court room , 'I ho mooting wns called to order by ( Jbairmau llonoau W. W. Ooh'B VIM olootcd chair man of tbo mooting and II. F. Ken nedy roorotaty. Dr , H. 0. Tiilbot L , J' Gundy and A. K , Humphrey wore appointed committee on order of business and reHolutionu Tbo buuintHB reported - oommitteo on order of ported and the following nomina tions wore made1. Mayor , Ed. lloyoo. Olerk , W. W. ( Jowlea. Treasure , ooth lloytt , Police Judge , K Q'Sohwind. City Knginur , K. F. MoCluro. Councilman Ibt ward , VV , J- Woods ; Snd ward , Alpha Mor gan ; yrd ward , I , A. llonoau. Central Committee Chairman , G. II.Thorp ; 1st ward , J. M. Kiui- borling2ud ; ward , F , Al. llublee ; 3rd ward , G. W. Apple. On motion the control committee was authorized to till any vacancies tbat might occur , The following rcBolutionn were reported and unanimously adopted. UKSOLVKO Tliat wo congratulate the prcBo...

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 — 15 March 1900

* I Boctetr -f L XV111 BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 15 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 39 I t 5J J 5 1 "ATTENTION. " A watch needs careful experienced at tention to keep Its flno mechanism la per fect condition. It doesn't take mncli oil bnt It mint hire that ml v ind Imvo It at th right tint III my biilnoi n to c r- 'cct nil dlfflcullk-H nboi t n u'Ati h mi I make It keep cor ect time U not worn ont I cuti do It FIDO Plymouth liouk oookreln for Bale. Throe miles north .11 d one uiilo east \Valworth bridge 4 G. GUYLK , Walworth. Clinton Day , I'HVOICIAK AISI > Broken Bow. Neb. Office over Hyorson'B grocery. Rpely ilence titti bouse west of Baptist church. -SON. CONTHACTOH AND BUILUKU Efijf Plans and ejilumtea on abort tio- tluu. Broken Bow , Neb. Dr. CJhas. L. Mullins , PUYhlCiAN AND tiUKGKOfl. 3d stairway frum went oudin Rt-altj block ; residopce , 3rd west M. E. church , eame Hide of street. OAMEKON &KEESE , S. * COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Rot rut 6-9 Kottlty...

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 — 15 March 1900

CDSTER CODNTY REPUBLICAN D. M , AMBMBHItr , Vnhllihor , BBOKEN BOW , THE NEWSJN BRIEF. Iowa Unitarians are lioldlng their annual session at Sioux City. Salutes were fired In Havana In honor of Secretary Hoot on his arrival there. The western Pennsylvania and east ern Ohio traffic association has decided to make an advance In coal rates. The Gocbel assassin reward bill for ? 100,000 has become u law by the ap proval of Democratic Governor Beck- ham. ' At Springfield , S. D. , Hev. Charles Sccomhe , one of the pioneer mlsslon- nrlcs of the northwest , is dead. Ho was aged S3. Of the total production of Bessemer rails In 1899 Pennsylvania made 1,221- 807 tons and other states made 1- 015,900 tons. Congressman G. A. Boutellc of Maine has so far recovered from Ills recent Illness that he has decided to seek re-election. It Is reliably reported that recent Inundations In the department of Ma- tiuandn , Pern , have caused losses to property estimated at 300,000. Mrs. L. B. Harris , mother ...

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 — 15 March 1900

A GAIN FOR MORALITY WHAT THE PLATE COLLECTION CENSUS SHOWS. Mnrlcml Incrrnio In Contributions Shtmn That tlio Can so of Itollclon Hun Hlmreit Mborulty In the 1'roiuorltr of the 1'erloil. The results of the plate collection census Instituted by the American Pro tective Tariff league show the extent to which the cause of religion and mo rality has chared In the great increase of prosperity which came to the people of the United States directly following the election In 189C of William McKInley - ley as President of the United States. This unique and Interesting collection of statistics is valuable , instructive and gratifying. It proves beyond ques tion that a gain In the material wel fare of a country carries with it a gain in the spiritual welfare of its people. It proves that it is not true , as some enemies of protection have claimed , that the Interests of the Christian re ligion are best promoted by poverty , want , deprivation and suffering. It proves the contrary , and every p...

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 — 15 March 1900

ffiwter oto * Pobllihed oTcry Thnredaj.at the County Boat. > . HI. ktdltor 3.0fflco In Oneter lilock , Fourth ATO.-V Entered nt the poitofflco t Droktu How , Neb. , * 0ootUUcl < uim ! Uor for trMiitult'iloD through _ Jjto U.S. Malls. 3DB801UPTION J'KICB : 0 Una Yew' , Ih ( ulUnco 1.UO , MARCH. , lf > , 1900. A I II : . . 'jit'Gp'6ny ' | ' "Lot UB vote and eao. "i whether this , is a democrat or pop- „ uliqt convention. " Holiday "I have no objection to killing tbo republican party but I wont beoomo one of ita pall boarros .by joing.tho democratic party. " The kind of harmony the domo- pop convention developed Monday was of the some kind that exists between a dog and cat when the dog wants the whole bone. The democrats had a clear major ity in the popconvention Monday * but there wore fifty one of thonum bor who had the courage to say they wore not going to bo carried bodily into , tho'domooratio camp without a protest. Wo undoratand that C. F. Roaviu of Falls City'will4bo a...

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 — 15 March 1900

TIME TABLE , BROKEN BOW , NEB , Lincoln , Denver , Omaha , Helena , Chicago. Untie , Bt , Joseph , 1'ortland , Kansas City , Salt Lnko City , St. Louis , and all ban Ftaiicl-co , polnti eait and south. and all points went. TUAINS LEAVE AS 1'OLLOWS ! EAST. No. 43. through express dally , Lincoln , Omaha , and all points cast . . .U'KU a.m. . No. 44. Locul pnpgcngcr , departs..11:25 : A , in. No. 40. Through Irclj-ht ouei lolly..6:311 : a , in. No. 48 , Local troiglil east urr. dally 1U.II1 p.m. DopartBat l.uap.in. Bxci'pt Sunday. WEST. No. 41 , through express dally , llclouo , lluttu Jfortluud , uli polutu \ \ \ : < tl ll5u. : in No. 43. Local iwcecUfeer.urrlvcaat. i&S p. m. No , 46. " " \\cel " 10-6H u m No. 47. " " " a:16p. : m Deport ! ) at 2,45i > , m Except buntlay , Bleeping , dllilug und reclining ciialrcam ( scats /rco ) ou through truing. Tickua sold uud bug- gage ihucki'd lu uuy polul In tu United btntc& mu Canaclu. No. 48 has mvrchitudlso cats Tuesdays , Thu...

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 — 15 March 1900

> } ' - - l\ > / / . iji * 'W i\ \ KING r A.STORY OF MIUTARY LIFE IN INDIA. ? X DY lAVOR i CHAPTEU.,11. ( Continue.// / / . ) , ' She looked UP in.hlfl f < } Cp wfctli a.llt- , tle smllo that would have appeased a Very martinet In love. ' ' ' ' " ' "I nm very sure that Unddy docs nol care ( i ocrnp 'nowndayd for mc'r 'slid nald demurely ; adding , with nwect con trition , "and I am not surprised , after the w.ay. I-treated him. But J.wns only n thougiycst\ ) In thgjjg d * oys , and 1 know ho has forgiven me. " I "How long ago Is it' since 'those days' ? " queried Don , toying with a goldenBtrnrid , of her hajr. Her words had restored his reassurance and calm. "I try to think it is n long , long time , Don , " she answered gravely , "for then I never thought of right or wrong , or how beautiful It makes life If wo try to serve God rather than self. Oh , " Bho broke off , with a thrill of emotion In her voice , "sometimes I pray I may Hvo to bo an old woman , Juut to try to m...

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 — 15 March 1900

; - * , My Turning Gray aoonncss : "I wish to testify to the merits of Ayer's Hair Vigor. My hair wis falling out and turning gray very fast. But your Hair Vigor stopped the falling of the hair ana restored it to its natural color. " Mrs. E. Z. Bcnommc , Cohoco , N.Y. , April 21 , 1899. , , , You oo It's impossible for you not to , with the color of seventy years in your hair 1 Perhaps you arc seventy , and you like your gray hair. And perhaps not ! Dark hair for youth and vigor : gray hair for old age and decline. If you will use Ayer's Hair Vigor , in less than a month there won't be a gray hair in your head. " " - It keeps the scalp free from dandruff , stops filling of the ' hair , and makes it grow thick and 1 long. * > $1.CO a bolt ) : . All drcijisls. Write the Doctor If yon donotobtalnall tlio boncfltayou deslro from the u&o of ttio Ylrwr , Mrito tliu Doctor alKiut It. Ho will tell } on Just the right tiling to do , and will send jou his book ou tlio Hair autl Scalp I...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 15 March 1900

Correspondence. Wcninn'o Sutfrugo meeting wan fairly well represented on last. Snturday nlRlit. They will mcot on the tlist SMiinlay ulght of each montb until furlbei n uw Unrlnnd Lcwla closed a very fruc'CL-n - tul term of school uC Ouster OH Inet Fri day nlgbt with an entertainment. li < ci tations and music , both vocnl and ! atrumental constituted tbo program Everything pneacd oil without tliu si n of a failure. Garland will ICKVO the coming week for Grand Island , to resume hia Btudlco at tbo 13aDtiet uollogu. Ed. Booth has rnovod to tbo Gcoigc Smith place near Ryno. L. I. Fiuloy bno moved to Sherman county. John Province moved to the Donaboy place Saturday. John McUormott will move to claim touth of Ryno. RU. H. Carroll IB very sick. Ho has La Grippe. Will Plorco will move to the ranch viv catcd by MoDormott. John Merford returned lust week from aalx weeks vlalt among relatives In Thayer county. M. J. Bottgen commenced sowing wheat on lost Saturday. Several are getting read...

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 — 22 March 1900

- < * L oiniu am inpranan society 1 * VOL , XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 22 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 40 GUsset arc not worn as ornaments , I Nobody Ilkee to wonr them , doing because of necessity Many arc so and good fonso. II There tu hundreds of children who no d glasses today who ere refused tills nld through 'holr own or their parents talsb pride I A few monts with glnsecs now wnu'.il rave them a lifetime of cyr nnri Kltiss wor II ry would onro TEitronAny trou' ' lr , that fart ) cr strain forces Into a I flt glasses for the relief of nil eye de I fects. I Graduate of Chicago Optlmlinlc College. Fine Plymouth liock cookrt'ls for Bale. Three miles north m d one mile east of Wai worth bridy 4 A G. GUYLE , Walworth. .Clinton Day , rUVHICIAN AND HVUt Broken Bow , Neb. Office over llyerson's grocery. Resly Oenoe Oth bouse west of Baptist church. A. THOM 'SON. CONTRACTOR AND BOILDKR. s and estimates on short no tice. Broken Bow , Neb. Dr. Chas. ...

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 March 1900

CDSTERCODNTYREimiCAN D. M. AMSIIEUHT , .Vublliher. BBOKKN BOW , NEIUIASKA. THE NEWS JN BRIEF. Jealousy Is the compliment wo pay to our superiors. An electrical omnibus line began op eration In Uorlln. The church cannot ho measured without its cornerstone. America .needs . good parents even more than good politics. Hell IB a hole with a great big en trance , but a very small pit. Truth may be bruised and laid , up , but It never gqts heart failure. John R , Gowey , of Washington , Unit ed States general consul at Yokohama , isdead. The report of the minority v61ce In the heart should always be given a hearing. I'adercwskl has left the city of Mexico ice aft'cr h , most succx'tU'Sful ' 'series ' of performances. Suit has been commenced by the sugar trust to test ( ho constitution ality of the war tax. Connecticut trolley lines liibt year carried T > 9,084,702 passengers and the Etoam llnco GO,12G9-iG8. A large conllrngntlon destroyed live business houses at Carbondale , 111. , with...

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 March 1900

Capital of Orange Free Stata Delivered 'into Roberts' ' Htuitla. ENGLISH COLORS AT STATE HOUSE J'lng Miidn Specially for ( lie I'lii'iniie l > y the H'lfo of Lord ItuhcrU Hour * Offer Only rurlilo Kral'tanvo llrltad It Now Knranipcd on diarmlng ICiUito Commanding tlin Town. CAPKTO.WN , March 16. ( Now York \Vorfil Cablegram. ) The cxpecled op position to tour entry of Bloemfonteln resolved Itself Into a miscellaneous enlplng. The cavalry division , swoop ing around west of the town from IlemVberg , overcame the slight oppo sition there at 8 o'clock. The enemy had prepared formidable entrenched positions along the kopjes. , three miles south of vthe town , .hnt , finding his Hank thus" turned by'the cavalry ad vance' r.etrpated precipitately , .leaving the1 spade's lit the Ireilche's. * ' ' - Consequent upon the enemy's re tirement the line of infantry's advance was altered by heliograph. The brl- ' , gado is now camping beyond the kopje at a unarming testate , commanding the town...

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 March 1900

Pnbtlilied erorjr Thnnday at the County Boat. . M , AMBIBKUM.V , - liclllor A Offlco In Cnster UlocU , Fonrtli Are.-tr JCnUred at the pottofflao * t llrolieii Hoiv , Nob. , M i < MjoDCUl u.maUcr for traniniliBlou itu "ugh tb U.S ; Malls. SCH801U1T10N i'HIOK ! Ono Yew , In arutic . $1.00 REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET. For Mayor . KO UOYBE VOT Clerk . , . .W WCOWLKS ForTrewnror . S H HOYT TorCltV Engineer , . K K MoOLUUE For Police Jndgo . KMILr O'SCHWIND ron coUMriLMEN. FlrHWaril . WJ WOODS Second Ward . ALPHA MOIIO.AN Third Ward . I A ItKN AU nupuvnoAX cur laATroint. RESOLVED' That wo congratulate the prceont oity Bovorument upon its ocono mlcnl administration of thu affairs of the city and commend the prinolplo adopted by the presunt admuiBtrntion of making the revenues for each year pay tlio run ning expciiccs of tnld oity lor tbo year. 2nd , That wo favor eeomerny when ever It may bo practiced In city affaire nd rccomond that tbo present system be continued. 3rd , Hesolvod , That wo ...

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 March 1900

iff TIME TABLE , BROKEN BOW , NMB. Lincoln , Denver , Umnba , Chicago , llutte , Ht Joteph , Portland , Kansue ( Jlty , Shit Luktt City , St. Louie , and all SHU I'tniicli-co , point ! uit and eouth. anil all points wi'bt. TllAINS LKAVK AS FOLLOWS' KA8T. No. 42 , through uxprresdnlly , Lincoln , Omnliit , And nil poliiu caul fSU u.ui No , 44 , Locul piifsenKor , departs..11:2T : > n , in. No , 40. Through freight oust lmly..5:3U : u. 111. No. 48. Local ( rulght east nrr. dally 1'J.Ul p.m. Departs at i 03 i > 111. Kicopt bundny. WEST. No. 41. through ixprebB dally , Helen 11 , llllttu i'oiHand , tilt points wei-t UKJp. : in No. 4.1. uocal iacbunturutrlvus ut..4o5 : p. m. No. 46. " " \ > tct "lU'otia ui No. 47. " " " " iiU&p. m Departs at , " .45 p , ui Kxcept Sunday , bleeping , dining urnl reclining cli&lrcnrs ( seato Irco ) on through trains. Tlcl.ca sold atid bag gage checked to uuy point lu tU. U tilled states nu Canada. No. 48 baa merchandise cars Tuesdays , Thu...

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 March 1900

11 KI'N.G. DOINs , . ' ft Tfv f i 1 n i - i 5 * * 11) > ' ) iti K \ sf * A STORY OP MILITARY lift 111 ISDI/Y. / 1 rf \ v OY mAVOR ALLAN Si . CHAPTER lIliM < . ' < " tfniniil , ) "Pardon nfe ; " Haiti Don , Mr\ml' \ noAy Jio was BO thoroughly , Inr/winiesT. U IWY E occurrc.il "tp utyn tlid atttisatioil might 'jiiKtly Imvo ibeen rought against him not so very' loi/g / 'n'tfoV.1 WVc Llll.te ; too mitch tohave" . tlmmiod or tailing iior from luxuries to which she la ac customed. Slic loves .me , ami I repeat my right to claim her. " Ho 'tossed away lh ( > iljn'nn ) of hid cigar nntl turned to Wolf nthlfl eomf imnlon with haughty" . 'rtqlanc.c--tUj4 ( proud nlr of majesty which''hnd put. fear and trembling Into the""iNto t * ot ninny a raw rc'erult. But Captain Dei-went was no raw. fc : emit , but a very veteran In nffnlrn of love and wr , and he could afford to meet Don's culm nonchalance with an equally calm smiles- "My. dear clwptJ'in extremely sorry ; but the child -under...

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 March 1900

GOOD NIGHT ! ' T * 5\vcet Soolhinjf Slumber Alan's Greatest Blessing. Notlilcc Kills s > Qu'ck'y as Loss of Sleep Hcst Deeded for Iferalrs. How to 11 Obtain It Without Fall. i V.'licn you tlon't sleep well , look out for ytiursclf. NotliliiK breaks Ooun n person xo quick ly IIH IOXM of Hlcpp , that boon of inanklnJ ulilcli Klvcs thu exhausted Hystcin rest for repairs. No tlmo for repiitrs incnna destruction of the ntaohlnuiy. Jt Is so with thu human body. You me imivotis , ImVc n lend on your clu'Bt , uio troubled \vllli tmiiccouiilnblo npxlety ui.d fotcbudln s of evil , and roll nnd tops nil night. Townu'3 inornltiK you hnvp fitful imps from sheer exhaustion , awake In a cold Kut'iit , unruf rushed , pallid , tremblliiK , with a hud ttistc In your mouth nnd a fePllnj ; of srciit wcakiu-HS. It's > our stomach , your liver , your bow el. * . Krop your dlgentlve orBans all on the move properly and your bleep will be rest ful and rcfreL ilntT and all rcjmltp will bo uttondrd to. ...

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 March 1900

Correspondence. Itylio , Winter 11 Btill lingering ou tli top o ( prlng. 0. 1J. Carroll had n relnpao nnU la el 111 confined to ilio house. tteo. Pol key it down with thu Grippo. Atlor ipendlnfl live uiontho In R'oux ' City , Iowa , John Baldwin IMS returned. Ho la not very favorably luiprcuaed with Iowa. Ho < mya It IB a poor place lor the laboring muni L. M. AloUiuro sports a new rig. If you moot him plotiao turn to thu ri ht as the law directs. Look well to your fireguard ? , you may need them on short notice. According .to tbe divisions o ( the Bcasons , spring commenced Monday , n little too cold but a bad beginning may uiako a good end- Ing. FROM PHILADELPHIA TO PARIS. ( Special Correspondence by K. llogvta. ) PAUIS , March 1 , 1000. ( Concluded. ) Monday morning there was wlml the captain called a "Ground Swell. " I never saw a ground swell or heard of ono before and I never want to sea another ono. It didn't do anything hut wauh away a few of the life boats aud shako UH u...

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