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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 2 August 1900

How the Fusionists Are Preying Upon the In terests of Taxpayers of Nebraska. HOME FOR FEEBLE-MINDED YOUTH AT BEATRICE SCENE OF TURMOIL AND DISCORD Fraud and Spoliation , Drunkenness , Incompetency , Dishonesty , Treasury Raids and Kindred Offences Committed by Officers High and Low Public Officials and . Employes Held Up for Part of Their Sal- 1 ary Each Month bv Party Leaders. Shameful Incompetency gross per version of the public funds use of the appointive power to reward party satel lites regardless of merit manage ment's hands tied by high-up fusion officials ofllclal records in bad shape and over the Poynter administration In its entirety hangs thb shadow of cul pable negligence and fecandal. This In brief Is an epitome of the condition of the Homo of the Feeble Minded Youth nt Beatrice. Several years of fusion mismanage ment and jugglery have sufficed to bring about a state of affairs in this institution so terrible as to almost challenge public credulity. Dispassionately reci...

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 — 2 August 1900

tfuolci ( fa. itcpublican Pub lihoil oTr ry Thnrwlajr at the County float. V Si. A31 nK MV , 1 clltor tlUOfllcc ! n CnftcV Ulo < V , Fourth Are -tt * Entered at the l > o t < > fllco at llroken Dow , Neb. , B pi'Outul.clncr n-attrr ( or tr unulf tlon through thoU. 8. Mulls. ION I'ltlCB : One V"ar , In nevin.co (1.00 lilUUSDAY , AUG. 2 , 1000. KKl'UULUIAX TICKKT. For Governor , UIIAS II PlUritlCIl , Ad-ins. Per Llout. Oourn r , li I 8' VAGl'2 , Cu.t. r. For Secretary ofHinte. G W AIAUSII , Kichardson. For Auditor , C1JA-5 WESTON , Sheridan. Eor Treaiurer. WM STKUFFEH , fuming. F Attorney Qeneral. FRANK N PKOUT. GAGIJ. For Com PubLanduand Bldgi G D FOLLMER.Tl.ayer. . ForSupt Pub liutruction. W K FOWLER , Washington. For Corwrets. MOSES P. K1NKAID. f JOHN F. NE1D1TT I II , \VINDHAM' i EDWAIID. ItOK. . I'reslUeotl.lElectors- ! . U. IIAUU" . IS. 1 . DAVU1DSOS. JACUU JAPOIISON. ( JOHN L. KCSEUY. \ JOSKl'll U. L.ANO. Rrpublicnn Supervisor CoiiTcntlon. The republicans of the eev...

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 — 2 August 1900

Hag a full line ot Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also n Finn Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store on oornor , of Fifth avenue and Main street , Broken Bow , Neb. Oil AS. K. FUl'i' , Proflilcnl , Onmlm. Neb. II. G , ItOGJtnS , Oasblor , Hrokcn Itow. J M KIMI'KHI.INO. Mct-I'rcB . I token How. 8. II. 1IOYT , Ass't Cashier , BOW STATE BROKEN BOW , NE13. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. DIUBCTORB : Chas. E.Ford. J M. Klmbcrllng. S. H. lloyt. n. O , Itogors. V. U. Caldwell . * Make a specialty of loaning money on cattle. \ \ JE V/ANT to say to the that our health good , aud hav- winter clothes , high collar and with our eyes turned in the d t nction of business. We are ready tj perve our customers with the best of LUMBER , LATHS , POSTS , in fact ANYTHING usually kept iu a FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD. We make our awn SHINGLES and we know t'ley are GOOD. We have Ihe FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES ! WELL THEY ARE LOW. Oh-ay ! Try our $4 00 COAL for cooking. ...

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 — 2 August 1900

V\ l&Jifc of "Bojecr Leader , She is said to bo a most nmWtloua 'woman ' , who hates the dqwagcr em press as only powerful women rivals can. She Is the chlot advisor or her husband , amj has urged him on In UU MRS. KINO SHO TSAY. fanatical warfare on the Christians and foiolgners. She may L-3 the next "Old Woman of China. " Capt. Healy Insane. Captain Michael Healy , of the Unltoil States revenue cutter service , in com mand , of the handsome cutter Hugh McCulloch , was brought to Port Townsend - send , Wash. , the other clay In that ves sel from the . .north hopelessly Insane and dangerous to himself and those with whom ho comes in contact. Ho is in the marine hospital there now In a straight JackL et , having become so violent.that this was the only means of restraining him. Captain Michael Healy Is 63 years of ago , and has fol lowed the sea over since his sixteenth 'year. ' 'Ho ' entered the service of the United States gov- . . eminent In Mafcn , Capt. Healy , tinned on act...

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 — 2 August 1900

State Department Losing Paith in Information mation Furnished by V7u , CIPHER DISPATCHNOW DOUBTED ( Irltlsh Government Cull * Attention to Several Suspicion * Clrcuinnliincci U , 8. Ilofusfg to Mnko CaiiRcr'w Sufo lle- turti Mutter for Diplomatic Itnrtcr. WASHINGTON , July 28. Unless Borne authentic assurance as to the condition of the Americans In Pekln reaches the state department within a day or two the administration is like ly to abandon whatever faith it has manifested thus far in the truthfulness of Chinese information. Ine ChinemS' minister is confident that within that time there will be news from Pckln of a character to satisfy the most skep tical as to its accuracy , and he is also confident that this will be good news from the American point of view. The state department is still recep tive , though looking with growing coldness on the numerous edicts and telegrams which arc coming from China , all without bringing any news. The contributions of the day were from Consul ...

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 — 2 August 1900

t - o a Woman 41Ol o wants to put out n dro- she doesn't hen ] ) on oil and w < 30d. She throws on watcr.knowlng that waterquenches fire. When rt womwu wants 10 , ; H I well from diseases peculiar to her sex , she should not ndd fuel to the drc already burning her llfo nwuy. She should not take worthless drugs and potions composed of harmful narcot ics nnd opiates. They do not check the disease they do not cure It- they simply ndd fuel to the firo. L Biadfltld's Female Regulator should betaken taken by every woman or ; who IMS the ; < 4 I susp cion of HUN ot tlio nil- nu nt i which nf > Out \v o in f n. I lav will simply bo wiihtiiur tltuu until they tnko It. Tlio lU-pulutor la n i > u r I f y 1 n K , Htri'ittM lietiIn K Atonic , which jcts t therootHol I ho tliuciitixe. It ilovs not the pnln , It t'rmllcuten It , It Btopx fulling" ' tin ) womb , Intiuorrheii. inrliunmittlon nnd periodical Hurfcrin , Ir- roKMlnt' . 'Bounty or iinlnful inunHtrunilon ; nnd by dolnj ; all t...

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 — 9 August 1900

VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 9 , 1800-EIGHT PAGES. NO 8 ' v ; It yon want Rhpscs from mo , don't ex pect to runh Into mv place , run ynnr hand into a pllo ot cpccUclcB and liurry out with the first pair yon "can BOO thro' . " I shall not allow YOU to fool with roar eyni In this way. If yon can't allow mo time for a thor ough pxa Inatlon tlmo to ascertain the tronblo and rtodcio npnn the remedy time to do jtiBtlco to yon , myielf and yonr eyes , don't conic to mo for yonr gliuuR. I must know that every pair of glasies leaving my etoro Is right absolutely right. Oraduato ot Chtcneo Opthalmlo College. All Standard GRADES OF Machine- Oils AT J. G. Haeberle's : fck. $ & 'f * I 0)o ) > 0)fl fl PHh i h H f < 0 = 3 W ftlHfi't lli- rtii"tr tIn a | i < ; rl > ct > . It ftou ; that does the business , any bungler can buy the line kinds of mitorltil that I uo In repairing ; but skill is the most valuable material that can bo used In wat...

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 — 9 August 1900

j CUSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN D. M. AMBncnBT , TablUhor. BBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Internal revenue collections In Kan- , $ as for July reached $1G3OOO.GG. ' Foreign Consuls have been notified What only plain language can go to 'ministers ' at Pckln. Cantnln Wilde objects to press as sertions that the battleship Oregon towul Inefficient officers. Ballard Smith , the well known Jour nalist , died on the 4st in the McLean asylum at Wavcrly , Mass. James Dent , an Omaha lineman , was instantly killed last week by coming In * contact with a live wire. At Panni , In. , Frank Janes shot and Jellied James Elam , because the latter refused to stand on his head. Returns of the census of Clncln- ntl showing a population of 32i > ,002 against" 200,908 for 1800 , have been anado public. At Stl Petersburg , Princess Cnhtacu- zone gave hlrtli to a1'daughter. ' The 'princess' ' Is the 'daughlcr ' of Brigadier 'General ' F D. . drant. Fifty salmon fishing nets , of a to tal approxim...

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 — 9 August 1900

"Predicts Long The predictions of Mr. T. H. Starts , of Van BureTi , Ind. , have been fulfilled to a remarkable degree so far. In the year of 1S94 he prophesied that the .United . States troops would be called Unto the field of battle In 1898 , and that our government would not cease from war for seven years , and that In the year 1900 .we would bo embroiled In a war with all the leading nations of the earth. Ho also predicted that When this war ended there would be no more use for the sword and bayonet. ! HO further says that when the powers 'have ' subdued China the swords will be turned toward each other , and a great destruction shall befall the nations. All this he gathers from his reading of the J. H. STORTS. Revelations of the Apostle John , and says that we are very close to the "last days. " "Blames the Allies. "Why the allied forces now In Tien tsin do not march on Pekln Imme diately Is beyond my comprehension , " said the Rev. A. M. Cunningham In Chicago , the other day. ...

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 — 9 August 1900

dialer ffo. Republican I'nb l lictl ortry Tlmrmlny nt UieConnty Soil. I > . .11. A.-UHIUCMUV , i.clttor fl.0ftlcc ! n Cnftcr HlorU , Fourth ATOi Ktitctnl ul tlic | Hint ( > mco at Dtuken How , Neb. , ii < FCTonil.dflff inflttrr fur trniinnlfKlon tlirough tlicU. a. Mulls. I'ltioit : Uno Ynnr , In ndvnnco SI.00 TllUKSDAY , AUG. 9 , 1000. UEl'UIILICAN TICKET. For Qovcrnor. OUAS II D1ET1U01I , Ailema. For Llout. Qovcnur. E P S VAGK , Cantor. For Secretary ofHtnte. G W MARSH , Kiohardaon. For Auditor. C11AS YVKSTON , Sheridan. Bor Treasurer. WM STEUFFEli , Cuming , F Attorney General. FIIAUK N PKOUT , GAGE. For Com Pub Lands and Utdgs , G D FOLLMKR , Thayor. KorSupt Pub Instruction , W K FOWLER , Washington , i'or CongroiH. MOSES P. KINK AID. For County Attorney , JUDSON 0. PORTER. | JOHN I' . NKtflllTT | It. U. NVINDIIAM' IKDWAUU HOY U. Presidential Electors- ) , . II. HAUUK , I H. I' . DAVDIDSON , JACOII JACOIISON. JOHN 1 , . KKNKDY. I JOHKl'lI L. 1ANU. Republican Senatorial C...

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 — 9 August 1900

l7i . nf& ag3 Has a full line ot Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also B Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Awtiolcs , etc. Store on corner of Fifth avenue and Main street , Broken Bow , Neb. OHAS. K. FOWD.rrrcldent , Omaha , Nob. U. G , ROGERS , Oa hlor , Broken llow. ' . . . HOTT , ABB' t Cashier J M KIMHKHI.1NG , Vlco-I'roi , urnkon Mow. 8. II. BROKEN BOW STATE BAffi BROKEN BOW , NEB. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. DIRKOTOng : Chas. K. Ford. J M.Klmborling. 8. II. lloyt. H. G. Ilogors. V. D. Caldwell a specialty of loaning money on oattlo. WANT to say to the WE that our health is fairly good , and having - ing laid aside our winter clothes , taken off our high collar and with our eyes turned in the di rection of business , wo are ready to servo our customers with the best of LUMBER , LATHS , POSTS , in fact ANYTHING usually kept in a FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD. Wo make our own SHINGLES and wo know they are GOOD. Wo have the FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES ! 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 — 9 August 1900

o ° A Story Illustrating g I " CHAPTER VI. ( Continued. ) As they wnlkcd toward the door nayburn's cyca foil on the dark bulk 01 the dond hyena beside It. A curi ous expression passed over hln face. Ho touchod"'lho dead bcnBt with hla ' > ' foot. "What's this. Cloland-a dead dog ? ' "Rather a dangerous Iclnd of dog , " answered Clolhnd , Binlllng. "It Is hyoim , nnd would linvo inndo short work of ino If 1 hud not happened to he beforehand with my rifle. " "Lucky for you. 1 thought I heard a shot us I came round ; but fancied i hail made a mistake afterwards , " nald the other , with a peculiar Inton ation. "An ugly customer to deal ' to have es with , and you're lucky caped.Well , are you ready ? " They went out Into the moonlit night. Cleland led the way up from the camp. "I'was tempted by another follow to take a look around before wo turned in , " ho said , as they walked on as quickly niTtlio sand would permit. "Wo thought wo might happen to fall on some traces of the Baggar...

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 — 9 August 1900

Vegetable Compound ! cures the ells peculiar to women * It tones up their general health , eases { Sown overwrought nerves , cures those awful backaches antSrsg- ulates naenstrisationm If does this because it sets directly on the fe male organism and makes it healthy , relieving saneS curing all Sasflamsaaatsoti an Nothing else as just good assefnsany { hangs that may ho suggested are tSangerousa This great medicine has a constant record ! of cure * Thou sands of women testify to it * Hsatf their Betters coat" stantly appearing in this paper. Reason is a man's guide , but prin ciple is his safe-guard. Dost for the llcnvelu. No matter what ails you , headache to a cancer , you will never get well until your bowels are put right. CASCARETS help nature , cure you without a gripe or pain , produce easy natural movements , cost you just 10 cents to start getting your health back. CASCARETS Candy Cathartic , the genuine , put up in metal boxes , every tablet has C. C. C. stamped on It. Be...

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 — 9 August 1900

Every woman In the country otujht to know nhotit Those wlio lo know about it wnndur how they ever } t"t " ' " "K without It. It has robbed child birth of its terrors for ninny n younevlft . It has jncservcd her girlish flK ru iul navcd her much suffering. It is an external lini ment and cnniesith it therefore , absolutely no clangi r of tipsettiii } , ' tlio system as dm , s taken intern ally arc apt to do. It is to bo rubbed into the abdomen to soften and strengthen the muscles which arc to bear the strain. This means much less pain. It also prevents morning sickness and all of the other discomforts of pregnancy. A druggist of Macon , Ga. , says : "I have sold a largo quantity of Mother's Friend nnd have never known an instance where it has failed to produce the good results claimed for it. " A prominent lady of Lam- bertou , Ark. , writes : " \Vith my first six children 1 was in labor from 24 to 30 hours. After using Mother's Friend , my seventh WHS born in 4 hours. " Out Mollirr'...

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 — 16 August 1900

IlUt Librarian Booloty VOL XVIX. BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 16 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES. NO 9 ( inn slnalo drop of watch oil will keep I your wiitcli well lubricated fora yonr. To Insure period running and. timing , that drop U JugtnN necessary to the watch SB nrotho gat'ons to the mammoth online. Friction mid ntimuphcilc conditions turn the fluent wntch oil Into dirty gam II In n twelve man h. After tlmt ynti carry a pocket piece- not n time piece. I charge more tbnu the 'tinker" for watfh repairing , hut It Is cbeiper for you In the long ran , . I I I I Graduate of Chlcneo Optlmlmlo College. All Standard OBADKB OK Machine- Oils AT JG. . Haeberle's. I lHi 't ttic ill"ti > rli l 111 t l < it v our r -t > i lrfci a i crt , ct | . .i > . matnc that does tbo business , any bungler can buy the flne klnda of material tbat J uao In repairing ; but ekill is the moet valuable material tbat can bo need In wutcb repairing ; and the bungler can't buy It. 1 ...

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 — 16 August 1900

CDSTKR COUNTY IMICAH D. M , AMIDKURY , .Tnblliher , BBOKEN BOW , NE11UASKA. < $ 1 THE NEWS IN BRIEf. The Page Wire Fence company went Into the hands of a receiver. At Independence , Kan. , the hay crop Is unusually good this year. England , Germany and America ere looking for horses for army service. Postmaster Gordon of Chicago Is charged with having violated civil service. The cattle Interest In the Ulaclc Hills Is finite as large as the mining interest Sonio of the papers criticise the withdrawal of Mr. Towns as vice pres idential candidate. ' George M. Shelby , the postmaster nt Memphis , , O. , committed suicide by taking parls'green. . The India relief fund contributed to by persons all over the country now amounto to ? 200,020. Colonel Prank 0. howrton of Chicago has declined the position of first assistant - ant postmaster general. Lewis G. Stevenson , son of the vlco president ! ' 1 candidate , has been se lected as western manager of the na tional organization of democr...

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 — 16 August 1900

A Story Illustrating the Horrors of War CHAPTER VII , ( Conynued. ) " " said tile Khalifa , "You arc a spy * looking from under bent brows at Gle- Innd , as the dervl8h.es paused , "and epics have but one ( ate with mo ! " He turned to the two dervishes. "Take him out and hang him behind the za- icba. " "Surely you will at leat allow mete to say a word In my own defense ? " exclaimed Cloland. Life U dear to all , and though Paul Clel&nd was ready to die In just warfar6 , as all brave , loyal British subjects are , yet this con- demnatlon to the mrtal Ignominious and Ignoble of deaths , wholly unde served as It waa , sent a chill of horror through him. "I am no spy , and It Is my misfortune that I am here to- lilght. If you will allow me to explain how I came to be so I shall bo under debt of gratitude to your Excellency. " The Khalifa again waved his hand. Then , as well aa he could on account of his Imperfect knowledge of the language - guage , Cleland briefly related what had ...

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 — 16 August 1900

( o. Jlcpublkau PabMtlicil oTTy Thandajr ftt ttieConnly Boat. n. ni , AMNIIKUUV , icllt r ttn-Offlco In Curler It lock , Fourth Are.-ffi- Entered nt HIP postofllco at Ilroketi How , Neb. , an tecond-claM rantlcr far tranf mid-Ion tlirough thoU. S. Malls. BUUHCIIIITION 1'KICB : One Vonr , In advnuco .TIJUK8UAY , AUG. 10 , HIOO. 1'lil'UBLlCAN TICKET. HTATK For Governor , OI1AS H DIKTHICH , A.lfniH. . For Llout. Governor. E I'-S'VAGK , Cu tiT. For Secretary ofHtnle. G W MARSH , Kiohnrdson. For Auditor , OUAo WESTON , Sheridan. Eor Treasurer. WAI STKUFFBR , Cnming , P Attorney General. FRANK N PitOUT. GAGE. For Com I'ub I-flnds nnd Hldgs G D FOLLMER , Tlmyer. ForSupt Pub Initniction. W K FOWLKU , WnBliiogton. CONOIIF.HHIONAI. . For Congro H. WOSK8 P. KINKAID. HICISA'I OltlAI. . For Senator , Iftlli Senatorial District , HON. F , M. OULUUE , Sargent. COUNTY. For Comity Attorney , JUDSON C POUTER. | JOHN F. NKHII1TT It. II. WINDHAM' KMVAHD UOYaK. I'reoldciillal Kkctnrs I , . H. HAllUf , H...

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 — 16 August 1900

A BIG STOCK JUST RECEIVED I W. H. PENN & CO. Have just received a Complete Line of Clothing , - : - Gent's - ; - Furnishing - : - Goods , Call and examine before purchasing. Prices are Right ! Realty Block ! W. H. PENN & CO. WANT to say to the Public that our health fairly good , and hav ing laid aside our winter clothes , taken of ! our high collar and with our eyes turned in the di rection of businoHH , wo are ready to servo our customers with the best of LUMBER , LATHS , POSTS , in fact ANYTHING usually kept in ft FIRST CLASS LUMBER YARD.Vo make our own SHINGLES and wo know t'.ioy are GOOD. Wo have the FINEST SCREEN DOORS of the Season. PRICES1 WELL THEY-ARE LOW. Oh' ay ! Try our $4 00 COAL for cooking. Remember LUMBER CO. . PHONE 70. BROKEN BOW , NEB. F. C. WOUNALL , President. J. A. It ARRIS , Cnchler. A. J. RODERXSON , Vice-Proa. W. D. BLACKWELL , ABfl't Cashier Farmers Bank of Ouster County , BROKEN BOW , NEB. Transacts a General Banking Business. County Claims and Wa...

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 — 16 August 1900

A Household JVamc. William Clark , president of the ceN cbrated thread manufacturing concern of Rhode Island died last week In his iesldonoe-at-Watch Hill. Howna seized with a sudden \\cakncss of the heart consequent upon an extremely Edvero attack of Indigestion. Mr. Clark was extensively known In the world of trado. Ho had been a manufacturer of spool cotton In' thlfl country since 1801 , when ho came over from Scotland for the special purpose of erecting mills for the firm of Kcrr & Clark of Renfrewshire , in Scotland , of which ho was a member. This "flrni had boon founded by Mr. Orark in 1851. Thirteen years later - tor a Joint stock company was form ed , and while many of the shares ' were owned in 'I//// ' / / / England and Scot land , numerous wealthy Americans Interested In William Clark.wcro the enterprise , which , with its new plant in Now Jer- ney , was a great success fiora the start. The original name of the concern was the Passahj Tlnoad Company , but this was af...

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