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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 12 July 1900

Y DAIRY AND POULTEY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. now Saccwifal Farmon Operata ThU Department of IU Farm A Vevr JllnU ns to tbo Care of Live Stock nnil roultry. Dairy Note * . All wooden vessels that hold butter should bo carefully washed in brine and all parchment paper used around butter should bo soaked in brine. Com mission men claim that much of the mouldy butter in the market is duo to the fact that tubs and pails are not soaked enough before being used and that parchment paper is sometimes not soaked at all. It is the little things that count Immensely in the butter market. Friends of honest butter regret that the Grout bill failed to pass at the session of congress Just closed. Every obstacle was put In the way of its consideration by Its opponents , who boasted that if it got through the house at all it would bo so late that it could not pass the senate. They delayed Its consideration in committee by every known trick. The friends of the bill found it impossi...

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 — 12 July 1900

IF1 i ii ii. nil m EJ ra Of the extremely low prices we will make on our immense stock of DRY they will certainly visit Broken low i ; a , nd lay in a suupply for the ' 'Eed Hot" campaign , especially when they see the fine S now king specially prepared for us. And having access to the "Barrel" they could comply with our terms Look out for us abut JU1Y 12N- * . ' you to Our MOTO will te to treat all alike. YOURS FOE BUSSINESS , c Continued from tccond page. Populist Jny. ) the Mate legislature are to bo elect ed and also requires a majority of all votes cast at said election to be in favor of the amendment before the amendment can bo declared loaglly carried. Thereby authoring ! / ing the counting of , 11 votes cgaiust the amendment that were not cast for the amendment. Therefore bo it roBolvedThat wo favor the submission of an amend ment to the ooneitution whereby an affirmative vote o ( a majority of the electors voting on any amend ment shall be sufficient for the adoption of sai...

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 — 19 July 1900

guto 11UI LlbiMlwi HooUl/ rr / j J-I r l * VOL , XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 19 , 1900HEIGHT PAGES , NO 5 ' 'K YES IP * THE HACK. OF HIM HEAD , " Oliver Wcndn.1 Holmi's , Ililr * Glrtlicy. credited \vlh ! Iwvlni ; oycs In ho back of JJB licnil , because lie PHW thlnus behind , , s well ; IB In front. This was nil duo to ) , | B exit timely lursc. old fn.-lilonud , rnnr.d gpocti cle lonBos , In whlrU olijecte behind 111 w were plainly rcllectud IroperKlapscB on ilelectlvo eyes o the present dny wouVt cumblc their posecpsorc to sco ninny thluyevlth perfect case that now gct'in ulni and Indistinct Tliopu wbo have never avtiltcd tlicmtvlvcs of Kins * nldcall spcctncli'H "nulennccp , " ouern \vlio iii-Copt the aid In n tltutly manner call them "bles lngs " I Cnll tliotn what yon pleaae My Kineses glvu you case. I I Graduate of Chlcaco Optlialmic College. All Standard GRADES OK Machine- Oils AT G. Haeberle's. k. It iHM't tilt ; timterlnl Hint ifiten into...

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 — 19 July 1900

ITT i In the A Story Illustrating the Horrors of War CHAPTER HI. Three days later JanieH Crawford was committed to the crave , whore nil the sins and crimes of his past life were to ho forever hidden. And Mar garet hoard the stern command which nil mourners have to hear sooner or later "Turn thco , nnd try to work. " Word had come to her on the second day after her father's death that rhe had passed her "final" with honors. She wan free to enter on her llfowork that life which she felt must now ho devoted to one end , that of making restitution , so far as oho was able , to John Cleland's son. It was a work which could only end with her life she was sure of that. However successful she might bo , it seemed extremely Improbable that she should ever be able to pay back any thing Ilka the sum of money which her father had stolen from Paul Clcland's dead father. She did not think It necessary to publish her fathcr'B crime and dis grace by confessing to Paul Cleland what ho hud done. It ...

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 — 19 July 1900

* ' ' > - ' .DlTRY AND POULTEY. f INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. How SnccfKifnl Fnrmon Opernte Thl * Department of Ilia I'nnn A Few Hint * n to Ui Cure of LUo Block nnd roultry. Dcntroyliip Unr Mnrkot Abroad. The secretary of agriculture of Mis souri , In his last report , says : Adulterated Clfcese. One of the worst features of this business Is that Imi tation butter compounds and adulter ated cheese are destroying the market for United States dairy products abroad. To Illustrate , In 1880 , the United States sold In Great Britain one hundred and twenty-eight million pounds of cheese , while Canada only sold forty million pounds or less than one-third what the United States did. In 1898 this condition of the trade waa reversed , the United States selling to Great Britain only forty-six million pounds , wniio Canada sold one Hun dred and Hfty million pounds , or more than three times the amount sold by the United States , a condition that may bo attributed almost sol...

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 — 19 July 1900

( Sublet do. JlcpuMicon Pnbllehctl oTcry Thursday ftt Hie r ° cnty S011- n. ni , AHIHHICKIIV , . IJOllor * 30fflce In Cnetor HlocV , Fourth Ate. Entered at the pontoffico nt Hmhrn Dow , Nob. , BB Bccond.clOMmnttcr [ for trannnlffIon through tbo U.S. Malls. I'lUCK : One Yonr , In advnncu i.00 THURSDAY , JULY 10 , 1000 , KEI'UHLICAN 'J'lCKCT , For Qovcrnor. CI1AS n DIETRICH , Adams , For Llout , Governor. EP SAVAGE , CuBtcr , For Secretary of State. G W MARSH , Kicbardfion. For Auditor. OilAd VVESTON , Sheridan. Ear Treasurer. WM STEUFFEU , Cuming. F Attorney Central. FRANK N PROUT , GAGE. , For Com Pub Lands and Uldgs , G D FOLLMER , Thaycr. ForSupt Pub Instruction. W K FOWLER , Washington. Jor CongrosH , LI OSES P. KINKAID. f JOHN 1' . NFSniTT II. II. WINIHIAM- IlIMVAIU ) llOYali. Presidential Electoral I , . II. HAUL ) ' . I N. 1 > . DAVIiID-ON , JACO1I JACOlfeON' , JOHN I. KP.Nr.DY. V.IOHKPII L. I.AHU. It now appears that much of the reports of the horrible treatment of foreign...

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 — 19 July 1900

lias n full line ot 'Srugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also a Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store on corner of Fifth avenue and Main street , Broken Bow , Nob. CHAS E FOtlD , President , Omalia , Neb. II. G , HOQERS , Canhlcr , Broken How. J. M. KIMBEnUSG , Vlco-Prct. , Broken Bow. S. II. HOYT , Ass't Cashier ) BROKEN BOW , NEB. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. DinECTong : Chas. E.Ford. J M.Klmbcrllng. 8. U. Uoyt , H. O. Ho Cru. V. B. Caldwell Make a specialty of loaning money on cattle. to say to the WEjWANT our health is fairly good , and hav- inglaid asioVour winter clothes , taken off our high collar and Jjh * with our eyes turned in the d ' r ection of business. Wo are A ready to servo our customers with the best of LUMBER , LATHS , * POSTS , in fact ANYTHING' usually kept in a FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD. We make our own SHINGLES and wo know they are GOOD. Wo have the FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES ! WELL THEY ARE LOW. Oh eay ! Try our $4.00 ...

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 — 19 July 1900

CDSTERCODraREFDBLICAfl D. M , AJHIIinunT , Vablleher. BBOKEN DOW , NEBRASKA. I THE NEWS IN BRIEP. I .Too Cans knocked out Whltley y > s- tcr , of Now York , In the fourth round in a contest a Baltimore. The Italian chamber of Ceputlos line approved the commercial treaty be tween the United States and Itaiy. A. B. Darragh was nominated for congress on the sixty-eighth ballot by the Eighth district republicans of Michigan. P. B. Cossltt , founder of La Orange , 111. , one of the best known men In that section , committed milclde by shooting. He was 80 years old , and despondent from long Illness. Three- more bodies were recovered Monday from the wreck of the steamer Saalc. This makes 118 corpses thus far recovered of victims of the Nortk German Lloyd pier flre at Hoboken. James II. Hoffman , president of the ( Hebrew Technical Institute , trustee of the Uaron Do Hlrsch fund , and for more than thirty-five years prominent In Hebrew charities In the United States , Is dead , at New Y...

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 — 19 July 1900

A Gigantic Task.Is Finished. The final volume of the biggest lit erary work ever undertaken and exe cuted In the world , dealing with the .American civil war , the greatest con- Jllct of arms in all history , has just lieen completed at the government printing office In Washington. The title of the work is "War of Iho Rebel lion : A Compilallon of Ihe Official Records of Iho Union and Confederate Armies. " it consists of 128 huge royal oclavo volumes of 1,000 pages each , and In addillon a giganllc alias in thlrly-flvo parls. The publlcallon was "begun twenty-six years ago and has proceeded uninterruptedly since. The dlstribullon of Iho volumes as public documenls has gene on for elghleen years. Many of the persons to whom they were furnished at first have died , GEN. AINSWORTH. and many of the libraries originally designated to receive them have dls- handed , leaving a great quantlly of odd volumes slill undlslrlbuted. So now , to utilize these , and give to the public an opportuni...

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 — 19 July 1900

> * / H J11JJ1 fp a IB ES ffl ; w ) BB Iw w | Of the extremely low prices we will make on our immense stock of OR Y - 1 tf' t certainly visit Broken Bow f' , fine LE And having access tote to YOURS FOE BUSINESS , V Q ) MI VAo lie has a hard enough time. Every thing that the expectant mother can do to help her child .she should do. One of the greatest blessings she can give him is health , but to do this , she must have health her self. She should use every means to improve her physical condition. She should , by all means , .supply herself with (1 I It will take her through the crisis easily nnd quickly. Itisn liniment which gives strength and vigor to the muscles. Com mon sense will show you thnt the stronger the muscles arc , which bear the strain , the less pain there will be. A woman living in Fort Wayne , Ind. , says : " Mother's Friend did wonders for me. Praise God for your liniment. " Read this from Hunel , Cal. " Mother's Friend is a blessing to all women who undergo nat...

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 — 26 July 1900

t ; o , r r sKta TIM Llbrrulnn Society I VOL XVIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 26 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NOG "CVKS IN TIIR HACK 0V SXIH HEAD , " Oliver WcmtfU IlolmcF , llalos Glrdlcr , credited with having oycs In < ho back of I8 | head , bccnutio he MW tilings behind ns \\oll us In front. Tills unM ail duo to jijs oxtitimely large , old fashioned , ronnd epoch clo leiifcs , Hi uhloh objects behind Jilm were plainly reflected 1 roper Klassus on dotectlvo oycs of the present dny woul * umnblo tholr jiosecpsorH to tco jiiiiny tiling ? with perfect eaeo that now ( .ei'in dim alul Indistinct Thoeu wbo Imvo "ever avnlled themselves of cliias ntdcull spectacles "nulsnnceo , " o tiers who utcopt ilie aid In n timely manner call the' ' " "blcBdngB " Cnll thorn what yon picaao My Blueses filvo yon cape. Graduate of Chlcoco Opt Imlmlc College. 3&t All Standard GBADKS OP hf. JVTaclaine- Oils AT J. G. Haeberle's : I o 150 0T ! h fnH Ctf 0 # > It iHf't lli i...

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 — 26 July 1900

- - t-p-t Industrial Distress Unheard of The Laborer Finds Plenty of Work at Good Wages Good Prices for Farm Products. AN ENORMOUS INCREASE IN VOLUME Of MONEY The Republican Parly Not the Party of Imperialism , Proven by the Records of Deeds Performed Fusionists in Con gress Defeat the Proposition of Constitutional St. Amendment Giving1 Congress the Power to Control Trusts , NATIONAL ISSUES OF 'THE PARTY SUMMED UP IN FEW WORDS The Recent Populist State Convention Dominated by Fusion OfficeHolders ers A Portion of the National Platform of 1892 Reproduced Names Taken Prom the poster of the Delegates . ' / No Mope of Reform by Fusion Populists. OMAHA , .Nob , , July 23 , 1900. The republicans enter upon the cam paign this year inspired by resplend ent hope. Unexampled prosperity , to the farmer , laborer and business iifan , the direct result of republican pollutes crystallized Into law , Is of Itself a suffi cient solution to the political prob lems , and completely explodes and dls- ...

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 — 26 July 1900

DAIRY AND POULTEY. INTERESTING CHAPTERS FOR OUR RURAL READERS. UOTT Socci-.ifnl Farmers Opernto Thli Department of ilia 1'ariu A Few IllnU n * to th Care at LWe Stock and 1'onltrjr. Poultry Uriel * . The Buff Leghorns have evidently come to stay. They have grown into public favor very rapidly , and are now widely distributed throughout the country. . * In sending fowls to market It Is al ways advisable to have hens and roosters in different coops. Hens bring moro than roosters ; but the presence of the latter gives the buyer a chance to beat down the price. * * * A poultry raiser says that Jio finds a good way to make his turkeys come homo to bo to feed them regularly once a day near the house. The man that lets his turkeys go unfed , except as to what they get in their dally wanderings , is likely to have a good deal of trouble in keeping control of his flocks. * * * It is doubtful If chicks should be closely regulated in their feeding. If an attempt is made to feed them only twice...

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 — 26 July 1900

° L ' * * i * ' ( Ho * JUjmWican I'nlrilelicil oTcry TlmrmUy ftt Ui Connly Bout. If. OT , HUller * * * > WJ Offlco ! n Curler IJlocU , Toarlh A.ic.-r Kutrrad nt tlio postodlco nt Driven How , Nob. , as Bcwinl.clM ; mnttcr for trims ml lon tlirottgh tlio U. S. Malls. i'lUOU : Uno Ypftr , In mlvnnco 81.On TI1UJK8DAY , JULY 20 , 1POO. cAN TICKIT. : I'or Governor. DMAS JI DIETRICH , Ada ma. I'or Lieut. Govcrtur. K P SAVAGK , custor. Tor Secretary ofHlnte. , G W MARSH , Richardson. For Auditor. Oil Ad WESTON , Shciidan. Eor Treasurer. WM STEUFF1CR , Cuming. IAttorney General. FRANK N PIIOUT , GAGE. I'or Com Pub Lands and IJIdga. G D FOLLMER , Thaycr. I'nrSupt 1'ub Instruction. W K FOWLER , Washington. I'or ConRrosn. MOSES P. KINKAID. f JOHN 1' . NKSIMTT If II. W1NMUIAM' ItOYbi : . . ) ( .1ACOH JACDIISOy , .1011 N I , KP.NKDY. VJOSBIMI i , . I\NI. lU'iitiblh'an Supervisor Convention. Thu ropulilicnng of tlio sovcnili Stinorvlsor Ills tilct nt CuMur enmity Ni'b will incut In umvi-n- Mon...

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 — 26 July 1900

Paints and Wall Paper. Also a Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , oto. Store on corner of Fifth avomte and Main street , Broken Bow , Nob. OH AS U. I'OUO , VrcMtlcnt. Onmlm , Nnb. H. 0,110(5 KU8 , OnM.ler . , llroKcn lto\v. J. M. KIMHEllWNO , Vlcc-Vrcs , llrokou How. B. 11. HOYT , Asa't CftehlcrJ BROKEN BOW , NEB. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. UIIIF.CTOHB : Chas. S. Ford. J N.KImborllng. S. 11. Hoyt. n. 0. Rogers. V. U. Cald cll Make a opcoialty of loaning money on cattle. E V/ANT to say to lh ublio that our health itrly good , and hav- ready to servo our customers with the best of LUMBER , LATHS , POSTS , in fact ANYTHING usually kept in a FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD. We make our own SHINGLES and we know they are GOOD. Wo have the FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES ! WELL THEY ARE LOW. Oh eayl Try our $4 00 COAL for cooking. Remember LUMBEI [ GO. PHONE 79. BROKEN BOW , NEB. I Once Was Lost , "but How I Have Found it. Where ? At my door. A t the Eagle Groce...

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 — 26 July 1900

. > . * COSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN D. M. ABISDKKKT.TublUher. BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BRJEf. j- There is a political crisis in Korea. ! Nearly 27,000 patents were Issued the past year. 1 General Joe "Wheeler has asked to be sent to China. All union railway employes of Dal las are on a strike. The United Mine Workers have in their treasury $70,308. , Idaho republicans have placed a full ticket in the Held. Orders have gone forward to rush nrmy supplies to China. 1 General Wood , now In Washington , says all Is quiet in Cuba. ) Net earnings of the Union Pacific for the past year were $20,300,000. On account of yellow fever n quar antine has been declared at Callao. A. W. Scott , a Lincoln attorney , from an ovcrdoaa cf chl tl. Forest fires are raging In Callfcrnla , attended with great loss of of lumber. Three hundred millions bushels IB the predicted corn crop of Nebraska for 1900. ' A great heat wave has been over New York city , nnd many deaths arc reported. A rovlsed es...

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 — 26 July 1900

Col. Liscum's "Record. Col. E. H. Llscum , the commander of the 9th Infantry , who was Instantly klljed In the charge on Tlen-Tsin , was a popular officer with his men. In the Santiago campaign ho commanded the 24th Infantry , one of the two colored regiments , or "blackbirds , " as they were called. For five minutes during the San Juan fight before Santiago , July 1 , 1398 , ho commanded the 3d brigade of Kent's division of the 5th army corps. Col. Wlkoff , who com manded the brigade in the early hours of the fight , was killed ; the next senior officer was Col. Worth of the 13th in fantry. A few minutes after ho took command he was wounded and the command then devolved upon Col. Lls cum. Five minutes after Lieut. Simp son of the 9th infantry , who was act ing adjutant-general of the 3d brigade , had notified Col. Llscum that he was a brigadier-general , the colonel of the COL. E. H. LISCUM. fighting "blackbirds" sank to the ground with a serious wound. By this time the brigade , w...

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 — 26 July 1900

Every woman loves to think of the llino when a soft llttlo body , all her own , will nestle In her bosom , fully satisfying the yearning which lies In the heart of every good woman. But yet there Is a black cloud hovering about the pretty ptcturo In her mind which ( Ills her with terror. The dread f childbirth takes away much of the joy of motherhood. And yet It need not bo so. For sometime there has been upon the market , well-known and recommended by physicians , a liniment called which makes childbirth as simple and * . easy as nature Intended It. It Is a v strengthening , penetrating liniment , which the skin readily absorbs. It I gives the muscles elasticity and vigor , . prevents sore breasts , morning sick ness and the loss of the girlish figure. An Intelligent mother In Butler , I'n. , nayst ! " Were I to need Motlier'n I'rleiul again , I would obtain U bottles It I hud to pay $5 jior bottle lor it. " Got Mother's Friend nt the drug store. $1 per bottle. THE BKADHELI ) REGUL...

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 — 2 August 1900

Bttito Hl t UblRtlftU VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUG g , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 7 SHADbYOUR EYES. Shmle your eyes with my colored plas. son. Bicycles hoKii tendency to Induro f tlgno of the cjitlc nerve , rctlnn nnd I occular mnpclcn.and protnotCB conges , lion of tlio external oj-oball nndttr \ , Re- canto of cxpofuro no Wind , dust mid BUM. My tinted Rlaeucf will protect jour J eyes from all the auuoyancoa Inndont to wheeling. t Gradnatu of Chlcneo Optlmlmlc College. k i * All Standard GRADES OK Machine- Oils AT-- J , G. Haeberle's. 5 0) ) QQ QQm fo M tti tnntcrlnt tli t ir er * into t i nr rp > ilr < * < i wntcli tu t rr-Mtut" ! a i erlct ! > ! > . ills tliu Ktjou ; ou ; mat Uotslliu bu"iuees , ai.y u can buy the tine klr d * o ( uuterinl ibut I u < o In repairing ; but tkill is the most valuable mnterinl that cin b used In natch repairing ; ni d tbe bunyltr cnn't buy It. 1 eell my skill for wlnit It Is worth and it will cost yo...

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 — 2 August 1900

CPSTEBCODNTYBEFDBLICAH D. M.AM8DEttnT.Tnbllih r. BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. s THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Kansas corn was somewhat injured by the late drouth. Fire in a commission building nt Chicago killed 0,000 chickens. Doth McKlnley nnd Bryan will be nt the Chicago Grand Army reunion. Princess Cantacuzcne , who was Julia Dent Grant , has given birth to a son. The gold democrats have decided not to place a presidential ticket In tiic fleld. fleld.Mr. Mr. Gompers has failed In his at tempt to settle the Chicago building strike. The outlook for the sheep Industry In Utah Is said to bo quite unsatis factory. The Texas Socialists state conven tion nominated Q. II. Royal , of Lara- pasas , for governor. Ex-President Cleveland .denies the .report that he adyfscd gold Democrats to support McKlnley. Charles Hoyt , the well-known play- right , , has be.cn ordered confined in n private insane'asyluhi. . The city of Chicago Is having expan sion troubles. The suburban towns do not want to bo absbrbcd. Ex...

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