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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 20 April 1899

; . ( . ; ! . . * 4m i V i : 4i . < ! . . .ViRrA , ! } { . . ' itn l iVi".s.M' : A Hew Line of Spring Goods Just Eeceived at ryDay&Co's We have Special Bargains six days in the week. Our Stock is complete and up- to-date. Prices the "best In the city. Call and te convinced. . S'fef M , , | XjV /v XV f / | \ xTv XIX | \ | C | V ' | V ' ? * /N XS / \ / | \ XjX | * XV Xl X\ " * ' / ; " . . i-t " . . . . ' . . " . / { ; ( - . , - . - . . . " ' . . ' " . " * * .0i { . ' . .v..O-.f.v..O . . " / i > .t- . . . ; a .1 " ? * . : , > B . ; * ; " . . - . . " ! . . . . * " ' . ' ' : .v ' " * . . ' . ' . ; P . a . . * . * . * . ! .v. * ' vc ! ' . . . : * . " ' . * . ; . ' : ' . ' / . . ' . -.v. ' ' ' . > 0 * < - . ' - - / < # , " . : ' . - . ' ' . ' . ' ' . : 'li . ' " . . : . i" What makes a bicycle run . . i . easy ? You know It Is "ball bear- I : f.Y " v ' . * : ' K : i - . ' ! Ings. If you take your wheel .Vfcj : to the repair shop to have a lester At * * & or broken...

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 — 20 April 1899

f , m ' Si i \ Or , The Adventures of j * An Eton Boy. . . lkUi OY JAMES GRANT. CHAPTER XVI. ( Continued. ) Most of the houses tire built of good Btono , but Imvc all their windows Iron-barred without and barricaded within , for the population ( of which our Hliijinmto Antonio was a striking npeclmen ) confllHtH of about thirty thousand ollve-shlnncd SpanlardH and double that number of Hlavca and frco mulattocB , all loose , reckless , flory and apt to use their knives on trivial oc casions. There wan not a ship lying there for England , or any other craft by which Wcston could have Kent mo home. A Spanish steam-packet on the eve of departing for Cadiz , but being wearied by the monotony of my long voyage , I was scarcely In a mood for the sea again , and wished to spend a little more time on shore Instead of leaving with her. However , I wrote to my family by the Spanish mall , acquainting them of my safety , with the Htrango Incident which had eo suddenly torn mo from them , and a...

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 — 20 April 1899

PLHA8ED WITH ALBEnTA. An Excellent Itcport from Wisconsin nnd Mlnnenuta The opinion of five delegates from Minnesota nnd Wisconsin , published by the Edmonton Bulletin over their names is very complimentary to Northern " Alberta. The report says : "Wo must say with all sincerity that driving all over the country for six days , wo have not found ono settler who was not more than pleased with the country and Us productions , and will not return to the land ho left. Wo have seen people hero from all parts of the states and all doing well. Wo met a Dakota farmer by the name of McLean , who has Informed us that ho ha& raised more grain hero In thrco years than ho did In thirteen where ho came from , on half as much ground. We have seen a number of others , both men and women , and all speak in the same strain about Alberta. They all look well and contented ; oven the chil dren are happy. In our drive over the country , In passing the countless school houses wo could only see hap pine...

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 — 20 April 1899

* * " ttjvfj $ ? 1 V'1- ? I Owing to the death , of Mr. J. 1 W. Salisbury , the firm of T. M. v'Ji & J. W. Salisbury will sell its i stock of Dry Goods , Clothing , f f : i Jfe Boots and Shoes at very reduced M S * prices. These goods must be sold ' and the store closed. iteim ? , K T , M , & J , W , SALISBURY. 1 S. W. Corner Public Square. ! . . ; , iWWttlpWfXrttfXr' ? ; - * ; > ; ? > i ; h ( iW . HcyuMitan rnblls bed every Thursday at tbo County Seal. , M.7AMH1M KIIV , ICO I tor : i .WOfllce ! n Cn tcr Ulock. Fourth Kntered at the postoQIco at Ilroken Bow , Neb. , as second clacs matter , for lrani.ii lon through tue U. U. malls. SUBSCUIITION One Vcar , in advance . 51. Oo THURSDAY , APRIL 29 , 1809. Virginia has offered the presi dent a regiment of volunteer i to i take the place of tboae at Manila who in 15- desire to come home The presidents' answer was that the latest information he bad from tbe Philippines & * shit the boj * thcre prefered to siij &s the...

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 — 20 April 1899

T ? * J ITS DEAD EASY SELLING GOODS When the prices are on the WILSOI & DRAKE PLAN same kind in all departments : All immenro line of Ladies ready to wear areas Skirts in all tlio popular fabrics. Ono fltyle is a A r * neatly made ( 'rash Skirt , at the remarkab 45c ly lew price of Another style IH very pretty Hrocade Motiair , looks like the $3.00 kind. Our priuo , as long an they last Beautiful Brocade Silk Skirts ut Better Skirts nt all prices. Wo HIOW ! the only line of Ladies Tailor Made Suits in town. House Cleaning Time should turn your thoughts to our Upholstery and Carpet - pet DcpartmentH. Kloor coverings of all kinds. Oil Cloths , Linoleum ? , Straw , Hemp and Napioi Mattings , Union and Wool Ingrains and Moquett UarpetH. Wo start a full yard wide Carpet in bright , pretty color * at 14o a yard. Granite Carpets in beautiful designs signs reversible , ouo Hide just as pretty as the toher. These carpets are very Btronp , servicablo and * * " cheap only 28o Wool Union In...

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 — 20 April 1899

fc CDSTEB COUNTY BEPUBLICAt . W. AMBHKH11Y , Vubllihnr. BUOKKN BOW , . > NKllltAKA NEBRASKA NEWS. An Jtallan , natno not given , wa killed by.-the cars nt Alvo. Ho wa 70 years of age. Joseph Pilchard , slxty-tllrco ycarp o ngo , died at his homo tux miles inn of Ueatrlco of heart failure. Ho was ai old soldier and pr nriloiier. Albion cltl/.ois are feeling Jtibllan over the fact that ono of her Htudoiils Kugonb Culver , won the first prize Ii the contest at Norfolk. They celebrated brated the event. The Oxnard Dcot Sugar complini of Grand Islam ! so far contracted onlj about thrco thousand acres of ncoti for the coming year , and It Is not wha the friends of the factory had hoput for. Postal receipts In Omaha March las aggregate $32,808 , against $27.7'18 foi March , 1898 , a gain of ? fi,120. Hccolpti at DCS Molncs for March wore $81,820 against $21,038 In the corrcspondliu month of 1898. At a meeting of the stockholders ol the Bancroft 'Creamery qompany It was .utmnimoiisly dec...

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 — 20 April 1899

Country for a Long Distance Swept by Our Army. PIGIITINO ATTENDS THE MOVEMENT Five Members of North Dnkotn Hcglmont Kllloil nnil Two Wounded Troops Con centrate nt Mouth of lllvor Two Coin- of Fourteenth Guard Lambim and Host Go Forward. MANIL1A , April 15. ( New York World Cablegram. ) I have Just re turned tonight from Palto on the east ern sldo of Laguna do Bay where I left Major General Lawton. The general was detained there trying to float the launches captured from the rebels. His expedition has been advancing north ward , driving the Filipinos before It. The troops marching on land are sup ported by the gunboats on the lake. Every town on the line of march since iny last previous dispatch was sent has been captured without striking a blow , for all the Inhabitants fled on the approach of the American troops , leav ing the towns deserted except for the Chinese residents who remained. These Chinamen will bo deported to Manila for fear they would be massacred when the natives re...

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 — 20 April 1899

* ' Must Give Possession of Kuilding June 1st o. rt. NewYor : tore , * i- III' Going out of Business in a Blaze of Bargains. Bargains that will -set a pace for value-giving , and that will lie remembered for years to come. Everything goes. Pine Dress Goods , Silks , Table Linens , Uapldns , Towelings , Bed Spreads , Laces , White Goods , etc. Drop in ; you will meet a crowd. No "Cheap John" goods in my stock. A/lovle. CAP ! . V. CLAIMS TALKOT. The Htuto papont announced u huuibur of promotion iti the First tiobraska regiment , Tuesday , among whiuU wan tbo promotion of Liout , Talbot , of company ] \1. , to captain of company tj. , vioo. Forby died of w on ml H received in b.ittlo. Ltout. Burton Fisher , of company II , has boon appointed lirHt lieuton- and of company fif , , vioo. Talbot promoted. 11 Was n Horse on Sliorlfl' Leisure * Recently tbo county treasurer gave Sboriff LuiHure a warrant on tbo Broken Bow Horse Co. to col lect delinquent taxoH. Tbu sheriff , instead of going...

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 — 27 April 1899

'Jfv-W- 'II VOL , XVII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , APRIL 27,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 41 | What makes a "bicycle run | I ' . easy ? You. know it is "ball "bear-1 : ' : in / H I or "broken "ball " replaced , do you | | want It ruined by the repair man l | I putting in old worn bearings 1 | that he has taken from some cast p | of pedal or broken hub ? I use in I | my repair work nothing but the | | best new material money can buy | * " ' : EDWIN R MYERS , m K Broken Bow , ISFelor. . . m f.Y'2 % : * y * i'4 : -yt > ' - % ' * 'iV"i ! * ' ' < fe s&wto We Lead ; others try to follow. SRYBER BROS cd -ELU- > -r - - rO Laundric'd Drees Shirts , . . . . 38u and up o Heavy Worit. Shirts 25c and up Best Celluloid 5o 0 Collars td I ( Best L. L. Musliur 3c yd o ffl Turkey Red Calico 3o yd C3 CD Come and see us ; we can save cr i-i you money. SOon fT1 P SNYDBR BROS. sin Seed potatoes at .1. C. Bowcn's. I have alfalfa and millet seed for sale , J. N. PEALE. Cannon ...

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 — 27 April 1899

41 Courage and Strength in Times of Danger/ ' < \f \ ead the warning between the lines. What is that warn ing } It is of the danger from accumulation of badness in the blood , caused by the usual heavy living of the Winter months * Spring is H the clearing , cleansing time " ' of 'the year ; the forerunner of the brightness and' beauty of glorious Summer. Follow the principle that Nature lays down. Stnrt In at once and purify your blood with that great , specific , Hood's Sarmipniilla. Jt xciv.r ilmajipointit. Poor BlOOtl " Tlio doctor snld there wuro not seven drops of food blood In my body. Hood's Biirsiit'i'HHii ' built inn tip mid inadi ) mo tro.ic mid well. " SUBIK K. HIIOWN , If ) After Hill , I.ynn , Muss. Female Troubles- nm imppy fo sny tluil I wns entirely curt-d of fciiirtlo troubled by Hood's Hnrmipnrlllii. It hulpt'd my litlslmnd's onturrli Krriilly. " MiiB.,1. K. WmootKH , 703 S. Cth Street , Oiinidun , N.J. Unoil'n 1'llls cure llvor IH Jtlio nnn IrrltnllnR Mid only...

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 — 27 April 1899

The thinking the professional diver docs when he's down doesn't make him a deep thinker. Do Tour-Feet Ache nnd IlnrnT BLdko Into your uhueo , Alltm's Foot- Ease , a powder for the foct. It makes tight or Now Shoes foci Easy. Cures Corns , Bunions , Swollen , Hot and Sweating Foct. At all Druggists and Bhoe Stores , 25c. Sample sent FRED. Address Allen S. Olmstcd , LeRoy , N. Y. There's something wrong with your religion if your servants nro not the better for It. In an improved car stnrter the level is pivoted on a horizontal pin sus pended In two hinged members , the latter forming a clamp to grip the rail when pressure Is applied on the lever. Oh Ttiftt Dcllcloni CofTe l Costa but le per Ib. to grow. Balzer has the need. German Gotten Berry , nkir , l&c ; Jnvn Coffee pkg. 16c. Bnlrer'B New Am erican Chicory l&c. Cut this out nnd send 15c for any of above packages or lend SOc nnd tret nil S pkgs , nnd grcnt Cata logue free to JOHN A , BALZKH CO. . La Crosse , WU. Iw.n. ] Th...

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 — 27 April 1899

( inflict ( iio I'nhllMicd every Tlmridiiy nt tlio County Hoot. it , ni'AniHni > mtv , a-Onica In OnMct ItlocU , Koilrtli Arc.'S Klitercil ftl tlia luidofllca nl Hrnhcn lion , Nnli , HP flccoml claMtiintlcr , for trnimutnlon throiiKl tut ! U. 8. mnllf. I'ltlUK : Cue Ycsr , In ndviuice Jl.U , TI1UKSDAY , APlilh 27 , 1800 It IB roportml Uml I'om Itued , llu cminant HlnlcHinnii Iroin Maine , wil resign his aunt in congress and no- oopt a position with a law ( inn it : Now York , which guarantees him llfty thoiiHftiid dollnrH it year. It HOOIUH lilco old timcH to read i bout railroad building in Many of the peoplu in the western part of the Hlnto have waited long yearn for a railroad to roach thorn and wo arc glad that Home of thorn will BOO their long wished for rail road tnatorinlizo thin year Hold- ruga Oitizou. From all present indications Neb raska will flourish thin year aa it has never flourished before. Farmers mid business men who had plastered their property with mortgages ...

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 — 27 April 1899

ia B . _ m a ; a B a in pecial Sale This Week s a Howliner Su If you want trashy goods you must patronize some of the other fellows , but if you want to make your selections from a complete up-to-date NEW stock of thoroughly reliable Merchandise at reliable prices , then you must come to us. Same price to all. Your money back for the asking. Raw Material on the way to our ouslonurs. It iHn't iho length and width of u Shoo that insures comfort. A Shoe too big IH as bad as one too 'tnull. Wo attend to your size I\t nardini { quality AC would say that for Three Dollars wo do uot believe you can got uny better Shoes in the United States than wo are selling fore o " * " r\ $ 2.50. NEXT WEDNESDAY , MAY 3d , Wo will piano on Sale 145 pairs Men's all Solid Milwau kee Oil Grain Creole Plow Shoes , . at per Pair , Those Shoes are worth $1.10 at the Factory , and arc sold by all doal. ors at § 1.25 to § 1.00. "J /T O Pairs Ladiep Buokukins and ( Join fort Oxfords , I Qfj regular price $1. 16 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 — 27 April 1899

CDSTER mm REPUBLICAN D. aiBOKEN BOW , NEUKA.3KA. NEBKASKA NEWS. Hebron frctalna for another year all of its school teachers. The boml-rclnsulng scheme In Te- ctimsoh carried by a good majority. The condition of the winter wheat In Adams county Is not very encour aging. A now banking company Is being or ganized with Illinois and Kansas City capital for a new bank to be opened In Wynioro. Two residences In Valentino wcro burned last week , and heroic efforts were required to keep the conflagration from destroying others , A gralnary and two corn crins to gether with grain and machinery burned on Ilcjiry Lonoy's farm , three miles northeast of Plalnvlew. The cause of the lire was the explosion of a lantern. The twenty-third annual tournament of the Nebraska State Sportsmen's association , which will bo held In Lincoln May 2 , 3 , 4 and 5 , will prob ably be the largest tournament held In the west for some years past. Captain Baxtir dlnposcd of the In terior furnishings of the old post-...

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 — 27 April 1899

Gallant Loader of the First Nebraska Slain. SHOT WHILE LEADING AN ATTACK Lieutenant Sisson mill Thrco Men of the Fourth Cm airy Also Killed Forty-four Bleu Arc Itcportcd Wounded 1'lrst No- brauku llm lluptl/un / of 1'lrout Uuciiua. | Killed Colonel John M. Stotsen- berg , First Nebraska ; Lieutenant Les ter E. SIsson , company K , First Ne braska , Columbus ; two privates , First Nebraska volunteers ; three privates Fourth cavalry. WASHINGTON , April 24. The fol lowing regarding the fight at Quengua was received at the war department : "MANILA , April 23. Adjutant Gen eral , Washington : A reconnolssance on Quengua place , six miles northeast of Malolos , made by Major Bell and a troop of cavalry this morning , result ed In contact and battle , in which four battalions of infantiy and four pieces of artillery became engaged. Enemy driven from entrenchments with con siderable loss. Our casualties quite se vere. Colonel Stotsenberg and Lieuten ant Sisson , First Nebraska , killed ; al...

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 — 27 April 1899

Must Give Possession of Building Juno I.sl , . II : < o. ri. yv\evis , s- ' ; ' . : se wan m Going out of Business in a Blase of Bargains. Bargains that will set a pace for value-giving , and that will be remembered for years to come. Everything goes. Fine Dress Goods , Silks , Table Linens , Napkins , Towelings , Bed Spreads , Laces , White Goods , etc. Drop in ; you will meet a crowd. | ITo "Cheap John. " goods in my stock. ,1. G. Lewis , of the Grand Island college , spent Monday in ( ho city , looking after matters conncted with the summer fcohool , ol which he IB ono ef thu instructors. MB. Ei > rrcm : In reply lo the nnnounoemenls mnde by Mr. Shuck and Mr. Taylor concerning the best district in the county , 1 will say that district No. 32 docs not hoimt the amount of funds , but of the amount of school held. Wo are out ol debt and hold nine months of pchool in n year and do not compel our teachers to teach for twenty or twenty-five dollars.Vo believe in paying good wages...

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 May 1899

Ktato journal ITE VOL , XVII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 4,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 42 , ( Wall Paper. ! m A te $ p ! ? : J. G. H AEBERLE | : . I . . W VU : * ' ; " * & * f ' < " fTfVw * ifvuti : : -A'-l/ ! itf & sjfe We Lead ; others try to follow. SRYBER BROS Broken A Laundriod Dross Shirts 38o.and up 0 Heavy W ork Shirts 25o and up 0 Best Celluloid Collars 5o IHffl Best L.L. Muslin , . . . .3cyd Bow Red Calico Turkey 3c yd , Nebraska cd 0 Come and see us ; we can save you money. SNYDBB BROS. Leaders in Low Prices , Which wheel bears most of your weight ? The rear one. The Eagle people are the only makers who put Forty spokes in the rear wheel ; all others contain but thirty-sis. EDWIN F. MYIJRS. Notice. All parties having judgements against Cuater county oan now be paid. Interest stops May 1 , 1890. J. A. ARMOUR , Co. Judge. FOB RKNT : A briok store room on north side of public squaro. For particulars inquire of tf A. F. SKYHOLT. Flue Pcrchero...

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 May 1899

rut Ntw Lflws orNtBK A Digest of Bills Put Through at the Recent Session of the Legislature. LABORS OF LAW MAKERS SET FORTH , Election , School , Judicial and Other Enactments With Which ; All May Become Familiar by Giving Due Attention to What Appears in These Columns. INSURANCE LAWS. Senate lllo lis : , by Ildlhroolt of Dodge , to ainiMid section f > S , chapter II. coin- piled statutes of 1MI7. xo us ' .o IIIHCU country churches nnd cunti-nta , country liiir ioniiKiB nnd cunlciitx nnd conniry Huhool hntiHuM ad contemn In thu list of properly Hint limy IIP liiKiirod by mu tual llru hiHiirnncu eommiili' | ! . .JU.0UP.V..roU..effi/.J/.V.tu.nIV. / ) ( aHliiiH m uui. Btnlo who uro owners of IIOKH < > l not IOH.H limn J10.0UOO In X'ulno pay imsocliitti thi'inselVPH toKcthi-r for the pnrpo.iu or mutual liiHtirnnco nualnst leas of IIOBH Dy death from dlHCUf-c. Sec. 2. All POTHOIIH who tnlto Insur ance In nncli company fdinll ( dun nn nn- pllratlnn obllKiitlni ; lliviimolvus to p...

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 May 1899

The News Briefly Told. A _ _ _ _ _ . . _ . _ _ . * . - -Tf > _ - Af n tt _ * a * fi it - bak . .r A c * A-i > i Siittirclny. Charles A. Slncl tir , n well known railroad and hotel financier of Boston. Is dead. Thomas Kaln , an assistant door keeper at a Cleveland hospital , has fallen heir to $100,000. Havana papers report the killing of a child by bandits In Holguln province and the subsequent capture of two of the bandits. The duke to Tetuan , former minister of foreign affairs , has baen appointed Spain's delegate to the International peace conference , which Is to meet at The Hague next month. The Paris academy of moral and po litical sciences has awarded the Au- dlfferot prize of 15,000 francs , given yearly for the greatest act of devotion , to Major Marchaud for traversing Af rica. Ferdinand W. Peck. United States commissioner general to the Paris ex position , has Informed the exposition authorities that ho approves the plans for the buildings for the American section....

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 May 1899

r * i ffio. ilqmblitmt I'titillnliod every Thursday nt Uio County tioat. i , M , ABiHiir wfiv , r * -Onico In Onntcr Illnck , Fourth Ave.v Knteml nt tlio poptofltco nt llrol.cn How , Neb. , tinsecond clansmatter , for trniiimlrilou through Ilio U. 8. uialli. 8UUHOUUT10N I'KIOK : One Year , In sdvnnco 91.OQ THURSDAY , MAY 4 , 1800. Diplomatic relations between the United States and Spain will be resumed in a few days. Over nine hundred million is now in the government treasury , and it is still accumulating. The grand achievements of the American army in the Philip pines from day to day , is having a chilly effect upon the Aguinal- do supporters of Nebraska. Those who contemplate defy ing the law and the city authori ties by selling liquor illegitimate ly may find a hard road to travel before-they 'have journeyed very far. Aguinaldo has made the second overture to Gen. Otis for peace in the last week , but the General persistently insists that the only terms he will accept is uncondi...

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