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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 11 October 1900

Tuaioniatfl Unable to Placate Morton | At tack the Starch Company. THE WHY AND THE WHEREFORE 'Would Sot HaTQ i : ien Molested It Mor ton Ilnd BelittTfil" I * the Kijinnnt4o ! Offered KfforU to Cruitt Out a Grout Imlrmtry. NEBRASKA CITY , Nob. , Oct. 8. TUo secret la out. "Tho Argo Starch Company would not have been molested by Attorney enernl Smyth if J. Sterling Morton had supported Bryan or refrained from attacking him in his paper. " The above startling statement was publicly made by ono of the most promlnont democrats of Nebraska City just before Bryan's meeting Wednesday night. What a spectacle ! Tha Argo Starch Manufacturing Company being prose cuted for violating the anti-trust law , not to vindicate the law , but to punish J. Sterling Morton , father of ono of the principle stock-holders , for daring to express opinions as to Bryan and Smyth. Viewed in this light what else does this moan but an embargo on free speech ? What else Is It than imperial ism ? The fus'on leaders a...

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 — 11 October 1900

The Thirty-third Annlvcivury of tlio Ne braska llaultst State Convention , To be hold with the FirHt Baulial church , of Hroketi How , Nob' . October 8 to 12 , 1000. PKOGltAM MONDAY KVKNING , OOTOURU 8. 1'AHTOHH' UOMTKIIBNOK , 7sSO 1'rnvor Service Ui'v I II Wood. Address 'How to Obtain tlio Mlnltttj 7:40 : Wu Need , " HOT ( ton Hulliurlnml. 1) . H. . , 8:1B Addrosii' "Tlio 1'rcnililng fur the Day , Itcv. II O HowlamlH , I ) I' . TUKSIMY MOIINIVU.OOT 0. 8:8) : Pra\or and Praise ServiceUcvlIK'Fcllman . ' "Current Uoclrliml llcrejlop. tB:00 : AddroKH' " Kov A II nndllowto Ucnl With Tl cm , llallnrd. 9:30 : U.fcufflon . , , „ "or j " 1'iutorol Leadership , g45 ; Addfcon : 11 lulnluii. 1 > 1) "Tim PnMor Ills own EvatigO' 10:80 : Aildrcpn : ' Kov AT Norwood. list.1 D I > Unlvcr- 11:00 Addrcxs' Hov IS lliinttt , , B v of chlcfiKn 11:50 : Adjournment. TUKHDAY AFl'KHNOUN 0 JTOIinit 0 HUMUT f CIIUOL OONVUNTION. FralsuHuvIco , res 0 K I'liiKloy 2:00 : "Oonseoratml Tiacliert , " llo\ a:30...

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 — 18 October 1900

Blote illit Librarian aoolo.y \ , VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 18 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 18 WATCH TALK I Iiqalto annoying If it tin't the right kind of UlliIt the watch doein't talk the right time. There ro BroVcn Bow watchoi talking wrong time which could bo mndo to talk rlRbt time If I could get bold of thorn. I fix watches , and make them talk right s right time GradBato of Chicaeo Optbalmlo College. School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , AT . G. Haeberle's : It iBii't tlie material tti'.t igoett Into vaur repaired wutcti tliat lit a perfect It Is tlie tannin that does the business , any bungler can buy the line kinds of. material that I ute In repairing ; but skill ie tlio most valuable material that can bo used in watch repairing : and the bunglercan't buy it. 1 eell my eklll ( or what it is worth nud it will coat you leas than bungling at lower prloea. F. W. HATES , Jeweler and Optician , West aide of square. CO 0 0 CO H is ffl C...

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 — 18 October 1900

CDSTER COUNTY REFDBLIGAS D. Ji. AJISIinUHTVublUhnr. IJBOKEN BOW , NEBRASKA. A TKS NEWS IN BRIEF. Ex-President Harrison will make a few polltrdnl spoeclu's bo'oro the rloso o' the campaign. Printers' Typographical Union No. 350 , Joplln , Mo. , struck for higher wages nnd shorter Itoilrs. It Is asserted at Homo that Arch- l-lshop MartlnoiSl will lie rained to the cardinalato nt the next consistory. B. F. Nowklrk of Arcadia , 0. T , , has been appointed n teacher tat the Flan- drcau Indian school in South Da kota. Pensacoln , Fla. , reports that the Russel A. Algcr syndicate will build a" railroad from Fosheo , Ala. , to Pthsit- cola , Fla. ' Col. Joseph Payson Wright , assistant Burgeon general of the United States army , died suddenly nt Washington , D. 0. , in his sixty-fourth year. The exports from the South Gorman consulates for the last quarter aggre gate $10,510,280 , a ( leci'easo of $258,888 from the corresponding quarter of last year. ' t \ The legislative council of Victori...

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 — 18 October 1900

Dllffl TO More Than 300,000 , People Turn Out to Hear Koosovolt , GALLANT ROUGH RIDER IN NEBRASKA Tlio Itopiibllcan Vice rroiililuiitlnl Cnndl- ( Into In Greeted by LurRo Crowds niul JtiipUirouH Ajipliuiflo All Along the Lino. Never in Its history has Nebraska turned out anil extended a more cor- dlnl greeting to a public man than it accorded to Theodore Roosevelt. His toUr back and forth across Nebraska was a mosU < Lriumphant one , being dis tinguished in enthusiasm and numbers from all the rest in the way of political demonstrations. All along the line thousands of people turned out to hear liim , the tour closing with a demon stration in Omaha in which fully 150- 000 people participated and which was clearly the largest political demonstra tion ever held in Nebraska. All fold fully 330,000 people turned out , or approximately one-fourth of the entire population of the state. This is a record which stands alone , sur passing everything of its kind in the history of Nebraska. T...

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 — 18 October 1900

Ti ( Enatct ( go , Republican PnblUhoil ofcrjr Thursday At tliuUonuty Boat. . M , Keillor 3-OfUeo in Cnitor IMock , Fourth AYe.-5 < * Entered nt the postofflco at llroken How , lieb , k BCOonJ.clHnn matter ( or trniiBmlrelon ; jrougb thoU. 8. Malta. BUUHCmilTIOM I'llIOK ; One Tear , In ndvnuce $1.00 THURSDAY , GOT. 18 , REPUBLICAN TICKET. l JOHN F. NKHHITT II. II. W1NDIIAM , KDWAItU ItOYSK. Presidential Electors I , . II. IIAUUK , H. | . UAVDIDSON , JACOIJ JACOIISON , JOHN I , . KJCNKDY. JOHIU'II L. LANG. HTATK TXCKIST. For Qovernor , OI1AS H DIETRICH , Adams. For Llout Qovernor. E P SAVAGE , Cuator. For Secretary ofHtote. Q W MARSH , Richardson , For Auditor. OLIAd WESTON , Sheridan. Bor Treasurer. WM STEUFFER , Cuming. For Attorney General. FRANK N PROUT , GAGE. For Com Pub Lands and Uldgs , G D FOLLMER , Thayor. ForSupt Pub Instruction. W K FOWLER , Washington. CONGRESSIONAL , for CongrniB. MOSES P. KINKAID. SKNATOKIAL. For Senator , IBtli Senatorial District , HON. F. M. OURR...

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 — 18 October 1900

Y WASHINGTON WHEELS INTO LINE ON EXPANSION 'Co'loncl ' Frank Wllkcson , formerly "Populist member of the legislature of the state of Washington , and who was one tlmo associate editor of the .New York Sun , lias rejected Bryan- ism. He says : ' 1 am nn expansion ist 'of the most 'extreme typo and 'believe In holding the Philippine Islands for commercial reasons aa well as a military and naval base. I have paid taxes for thirty years to establish eastern manufacturing In dustry , paid oven under angry pro test , because I lived In a region remote from all-possibility of proflt- .ablo manufacture , tand now , when .Washington has a chance to estab lish a manufacturing industry to supply the people of Asia with fin ished products , il am a high tariff advocate. I want the industries of Washington diversified ; I want 'our < coast built up and commerce estab lished. I want to BOO the consum ing powers of the market of Asia Increased - < creased , so that .it . will consume all the...

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 — 18 October 1900

. SUPPLEMENT. BUOK13N BOW REPUBLICAN , Broken Bow , - - Nebraska. Thursday , October 18 , 1900. Ui , > \ Nail It Fnst Forovcr. THE "IDLE" SOLDIERS. I i < "rom the Baltimore American. ' ( ( "Tills country has a hundred thousand Boldlcrs walking around in idleness. " W. .1. Bryan. ) Walking around In idlotics * , Wherever the ll.ur's assailed ; Meeting ( he foe with an idle might That never .vet has failed. Lawton , and Llscum , and Logan , too Capron the list is lone Went to tliclr death in "idleness , " i And their "idleness" wns wrong. Grant and Sherman nnd Sheridan * i Why should wo call the roll ? They Idled away in the Idle fight- In fights that tried the soul. "Walking around In idleness" Braving I lie leaden hail ; What of the glow of a nation's pride ? Is that but an idle talc ? "Walking around in Idleness. " Over the Pekln road ; N Scorched nnd worn by the galling sun , Lugging an Idle load. Fighting with Idle energy. Cheering with idle breath- Thinking , with idle lov...

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 — 18 October 1900

THEJBUST QUESTION. Every Line of Legislation Now on Our Statute Books Was Placed There by the Republicans , and the Democrats Voted Against a Consti tutional Amendment to Regulate Them Only Four Months Ago , % , > V 4 t now the Democratic National Chairman Tried to Help the Sugar Trust Facts from the Congressional Record. Every line of legislation now on the statute books of the United States directed against trusts anil unlawful trade combinations there licans. was placed by the Repub That there is not more stringent law against them is the fault of the Demo cratic party. The last occasion on which the parties , as represented in Congress , went on record on the trust question was on June 1 , 1S100. On that day n final vote was taken on n constitutional amendment to grant combinations , whether existing in the form of corporations or otherwise. " It requires n two-thirds vote of Congress to submit a constitutional amend ment to the State Legislatures for ratification. 1 The ques...

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 — 18 October 1900

so T PULISTS D EX-SECRETARY CARLISLE WILL SUPPORT McKINLEY Hon. John 0. Carlisle , formerly Speaker of tlio House of Represen tatives nnd Secretary of tlio Treasury under President Cleveland , has accepted the Presidency of a Sound Money Club In New York nnd will assist In the rc-clcctlon of President AlcKlnlcy. Mr. Carlisle's reasons arc covered by two utterances made In a speech at Chicago four years ago. They still hold good , lie said : "The greatest crime , short of absolute political enslavement , that could be committed against the wo klngman in this country would be to confiscate his labor for the benefit of the employer by destroy ing the value of the money In which his wages arc paid. Hut , gentle men , this irreparable wrong can never be perpetrated under our system of government , unless the laboring man himself assists in forging his own chains. " Hon. John 0. Carlisle , Democrat , lix- bccretnry of the Treasury , Chicago , April 15 , 1896. "No man who lias a particle o...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 18 October 1900

\ Supplement to THE OUSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN , OCTOBER 18 , 1 9OO. "ft ) F TAXES IN OUSTER AND Below is a statement of taxes on lands in the border suctions on all four sides of Custer county , as comparedwith taxes on lands just across the line in the county adjoin- -ing . v .By referring to the Custer county map above , whichgives one row of sections in the counties adjoining Custcr you can readily locate the section , township and range of y land described and see at a glance that the comparisons are made in sections which join each other. Per instance , the first comparison mentioned'Thomas Todd , 320 acres m 1-16-17 , taxes $10.01 in Custer county as compared \vithJ. 13. Wourey , 160 acres in 6 16-16 , taxes $16.00 in Sherman county , anyone can readily see by referrin 'to the map that 1-16-17 in Custer county lies just across the road from 6-16-16 in Sherman county. b It is not claimed that Custer county taxes show up less in every case , nor that the character of the land is ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 18 October 1900

ion uu' lold tint taxi-H cannot It any uiglur boomine tint county lov > IB at HH limit , lot IIH yrKut that il IB , Now jusi pe.l jour lux roooipl ftm' ' lot IIH t'mnro u litlio. Yon itnvo a farm of ItiO nurui that yon oiti nHl at ft 1-200. $1 100 , or $1000 ; your tux receipt hhowh it valued ut ab.mt $200 , wt irh iit IT ) diillH , w mid b < fcB.OO but if UMHt'HUPd at NO I at 16 millH , would b 40 00 , or if limed a- $800 ut K nnllM , would be $12 00 , and H on M ) a t'uir en * ! ) v.nuo of your f.'irin , ami it IH the dulv of the assessor to JIHHOHH propi'My at i ftut oaHh valur , but it IIUH bei'ii UKH"H6tjd at fiom oiitt-etxth to oin.-ti inli of us value , ami while it i.s true tlui the levy him been \ \ * hifjlr iia tin Htulutory limit , yet your taxt-H oan bo made hiirh'T by THsn Hinu ; you property higher , altio you- levy O'n be fjrealer ih.in 10 milln by rejwoii of county boudH , jiiiigiiuMUt > , etc. . acaiiiKl tlit < count v. Kirnt , thnrv- , would bo a if ren...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 18 October 1900

IT IS NOT OUR FAULT That Our New Fall Stock of Men's , Youths' and Little Fellows' Suite , Top Coats and Furnishing Goods comprises a greater mont of up-to-date merchandise than is usually found lu towns five times tlio nir.o of Broken.Bow. . . IT IS YOUR FAULT If you do not got your share of the good thinge to bo had hero. Every eeotion in this great establishment boars witness to , and every purchase made hero is positive proof of the taut that this season , more emphatically than over before , do wo quote throughout the eutiro house the lowest prices on trustworthy , desirable clothing. Men's all Wool Suits at $4.85 , worth $ 0.00 Men's all Wool Suits , $0.40 , worth 8.00 Men's all Wool Suits , $8.6C , worth 10 00 Men's all Wool Suits , $9.60 , worth 1200 Men's all Wool Suits , $9 90 , worth 12.50 Men's Velour Cassimere Suits , $13 50 , worth. . . 10 50 The Boys Are None the Less Important Because of their size , and we are prepared to make the little-fellows feel as big as Pa. C...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 18 October 1900

J . * + 'WR4 * * > * + * W & | * i I CHAl'TKU VII. ( Continual. ) Ho turned to Jnamlno , and laid his hand ngnlti on hers. "I shall go and get something that will strengthen him mcainvhllo , and I shall telegraph for Doctor Uilnthornc. I kncnr he will como when I aalc him to do so. " "You will como back again ? " Jas mine said , looking In his face with an expression of such pitiful appeal na almost overcame Enilcrby. "I am nil alone there la no one 1 know in nil London whom I could ask to be with nie , and I am afraid ! I never have been that before. " "I shall come back , my child ; do hot be afraid , " Said Endcrby gently. He went out. It was easy enough to get what ho Wanted In that district a small llaak of brandy. Endcrby was , as baa been said , a 'total ' abstainer , and never touched any Intoxicant , but ho believed the strong stimulant wns of use as a medicine , especially In a case when the dicker of life In very low. Then ho wont to the nearest post- office to dis...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 18 October 1900

CONGRESSMAN Standing. Ex-Consrcssman A. T. doodwyn. Ex-ConfjTCbsman A. T Good\vynfrom Alabama , writes the following1 Jdtter : ThePermm Medicine Co. , Columbus , 0 , : Gentlemen " 1 have now used two bottles tles of Perttnu , and urn n well man to day. I could feel the good effects of your medicine before 1 had iibed it a wc'ek , after suffering- with catarrh for over a year. " Respectfully , A. T. Goodwyn. Catarrh in its various forms is rapidly becoming a national curse. An un doubted remedy has been discovered by Dr. Hiirtman. This remedy hns been thoroughly tested during the past forty years. Prominent men have come to know of its virtues and are making pub lic utterances on the subject. To H.avo the country we must save the people. To save the people wo must protect them froni disease. The disease that is nt once the most prevalent and stubborn of cure is catarrh. Public men of all parties recognize in Pemna a national catarrh remedy of unequaled merit. Send to Dr. . Hartman , ...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 18 October 1900

l.-l Every woman lores to think of the time when n soft little 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 picture In her mind which fills her \vith terror. The dread of 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 Mother's which makes childbirth as simple and easy as nature Intended It , It Is a. strengthening , penetrating liniment , which the skin readily absorbs. It Clves the muscles elasticity and vigor , prevents sore breasts , morning sick ness and the loss of the girlish figure. An Intelligent nintlicr In liutlcr , Pa. . ayst " Wcro 1t" need Mother's I'rlcml K < iiril would oMniiiilliottlcuit 1 luid to pay $5 pur bottle for it. " Got Mother's Friend nt the drug etore. $1 per bottle. THE RttAUriCLD R...

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 — 25 October 1900

State VOL , XVIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , OCTOBER 25 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO 19 \ We lell 10 watches to 1 clock. It's * wrong ratio , I want to change It My argument Trill bt ono ot economy- cut prlcoi. I appeal neither to "patty fealty" nor "patriotism , " but directly and forcibly to your pocket book. Can jron support moon thli platform ? i Yon may ( elect at random with absolute I carta'nty. I sell none but prodncti of tbi rcry beet makers. ii i I Oradaate ot Chlcaeo Optbalmlo College. * v School Books , T : k Tablets & 'P' J/ J7F AND * School Supplies , AT J. G. Haeberle's : * It isn't the material tUnt gee Into your repaired wutcli tliot reHit tn In a perl ct h. It Istliet nm , , JJoU/ 'liQt dots the bupioecB , ai.y bungler can buy tbe fine klnda ol material that I ue In repairing } but ekill ia the most valuable material ( but can be need tn watch repairing ; and tbe buonlercon't buy It. I eell my skill ( or what It IB worth aud It will cost you...

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 — 25 October 1900

D. K. AaiSIinUUTVulllitier. BBOKBN BOW , NEBRASKA. I THE NEWS IN BRIEf. > < At Lexington , Va , , ex-Postmaster General William L. Wilson died sud denly. " Lord Roberts has been gazetted hon orary colonel of the new regiment of Irish Guards. Queen Wilhclmlna has proclaimed her betrothal to Duke Henry of Meek' lonburg-Schwerln. President Krugcr has postponed his departure for Europe until October 20. Ho will land "t Marseilles. John Hughes' , postmaster at Cam- lirla , I5a. , shot an killed an unidenti fied burglar who broke Into the pf- floo. floo.Whllo A. W. Stevenson , a council man of Sallnn , Kan. , wan sitting near a horse , the animal bit a portion of ono of his cars off. The Fond du Lac , WIs. , postofllco was entered by burglars and a largo amount of stamps , money and regis tered letters taken. The comptroller of the currency has authorized the First National bank of Salllsaw , I. T. , to begin business with a. capital of $25,000. The San Domingo uprising Is ended , t...

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 — 25 October 1900

Becoivor Howard Loots the Assets of the Exchange Bank at Atkinson. ANOTHER POLITICIAN GONE WRONG Iho FuMon Ciindldiito for th Important Ofllco of Stnte Treasurer the Slain Character In u Corrupt nutl KfTeetlvo Conspiracy. O'NEILL , Neb. , Oct. 22 , 1900. Perhaps the most hlgh'-handed cor Tuptlon ever practiced by a man ap pointed by a court ns receiver was practiced by Samuel B. Howard , can- \ < lldate for state treasurer on the fu sion ticket , as receiver of the Exchange bank at Atkinson , Neb. The story of the closing of the "bank , the manner in which the re ceiver was appointed and the looting of the assets by the receiver and his political lieutenants , is a story preg nant with rottenness , fnaud and cor ruption from start to finish. At the time the bank was placed In the hands of a receiver it was per fectly solvent. The firtion bank ex aminer had been sent 'there ' but a short time before and had given it a clearing. Nobody had asked for a re ceiver and the depositors h...

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 — 25 October 1900

fluster ( go , llcpubltcan Pabllttioil oTery TlmraJfiy nt tbaContitj Boat. P. M. AMBMKUU.V , lUHtur B-OQlco In Castor lllock , Konrtb Ate.-ffr Entered nt tlio pontofllco t llrukcti How , Nob. , as ecoond-clftM nmttnr for trMiMiilMlnn through the U.a. , Malls. SUllSOlui'TION HUdC : " One TearInwivancc (1.00 THURSDAY , GOT , 25 , 11)00. ) REPUBLICAN TICKET. | JOHN F. NI'.BIHTT It. I ) . W1ND1IAM , KUWAIU ) UOY&U. PrtitdtntUlBleetors L. II. IIAUUK. H. 1 > . DAVDIDSON , JACO1) JACnilSON. JOHN lj. KKNKOV. .JOHKl'II L. J.ANO. HTATIJ TICK.I5T. For Governor , OI1AS H DIETRICH , Adams , For Llout , Governor. E P SAVAGE , Cuator. For Secretary of Hintc. Q W MARgll , Hiobardaon , For Auditor. OHAd WESTON , Sheridan. Bor Trraiurer. WM BTEUFFKH , Cuming. For Attorney General. FRAtiK N PKOUT , GAGE. For Com Pub Landi and Ulde * . G D FOLLMKR , Thayor. ForBupt Pub Instruction. W K FOWLER , Washington. CONGRESSIONAL. JPor Confront. MOSES P. KINKAID. SENATORIAL. Tor Senator , l&tb Senator...

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