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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 28 February 1901

' a BtfttO Hist LlblnllnU , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , FEBRUARY 28 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES. N0737 Take a Look At Your Watch Has your \ \ atou got the eulkh ? Come and use uiy eye glues and eoo whnt the trouble is. / [ you tiavn annie difficulty in holding U > glnss on your eye , erIn In finding tbo natch trouble after you get It there , perbtips 1 can help you. I have had mnny years' experi ence In repairing watches juwt like yours. No cbnrgo for tbls experi ence. I mefoly charge for my work nothing for tbe experience. Gleaning , Sl.tfO ; maiiifpr Ing SI.00 ; other repairs equally Jow. Graduate of Chicago Opthalmlo College. School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , AT J , G. Haeberle's. It iHM't tue material Hint KOCH l"to vour repaired wutclt that resiiitH in a perfect . ItlstHe tbat clous tbe business , nuy bungler can buy the Hue kinds o ( matorlal tbut 1 use In repairing ; but skill in tbe most valuable material tbut ; an bu need In watch repairing...

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 — 28 February 1901

Custcr County Republican X > . M. Killliirnnil I'lilillnliri IBllOKlCN HOW , NKIWAHKA The old century fnllrd to got ftwny pcforo Alfred Austin did several things bo It In vcrsf. The trnln-boy WCUIIIH dc.stlnod to retire - tire from the Held ( if Ills nctlvulcs , mi- lamented , unlionored und unsung. According to statl.stlen , ( ho United Btates boRsiii the new t'cntury lirst In jomtnorce , induntry , wealth , education ind inonillty. A. Missouri woman si'onietl to tulco idvantngo of her linsliund , therefore ihe got him out of the penitentiary before - fore applying for a divorce. That plnte-glnss ( rust In Imposing on Cho wholesale frlnbs dealers i oculist the laying that tho.se who live In glass houses should not throw stones. Isaac Kahu Mofnklminmod Dovlct Is Ihe name of the new Persian minister to this country.Ve learn from relia ble Boiirecs , however , Unit he dou.sn't look It Husbands often have to pay for the BTcscntH their wives give them , but the poBUil authorities wou...

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 — 28 February 1901

THE CHINESE WILL COMPLY tfhe Kzeoutlon of Offenttnrs U ARM oil Ul > n. PJKKIN , Fob. So , The full text of Iho Imperial edict regarding punish- tncnts wasscnt last evening lolhc min isters of thu powers. It in identical With the unolllolal report of the con text of the contents of the edlelcabled to the Associated press. The minis ters say that there Is a little confusion With reference to strangulation and Oulctdc , but that this Is not Important. LI Hung Chang iccelvdd a bulletin Announcing the sentences which could bo best carried Into elleotby the board Of punishment and he requested the frapuncso to deliver Ylug Is'ien and Chao Shu Chalo In order that the sen tences In their cases might be execut ed today In conformity with the edict ; but the Japanese considered the notice too short and have delayed the en forcement of the penalties until Tues- flay In order that the mlnlsleis of the powers might send representatives If they so de-sire. It Is also Intended to guard the men ...

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 — 28 February 1901

Id i , Bcpubltcmt FubHiheU aver ; T liars Jay nt the Uuanty Sent. ] M. A9IHmWUA"I litlttor & .0 < llco ID Cnctor Block , Konrtli AYe.tr * Entered At thi poitofflco nt Ilroketi Dow , Nob. , it soaond-cliwu matter for tfantmlMlon through tboH S. Malta. " " "aUUSCKIPTION HUCK ! One Year , In ailVHiice 91.X ( ) I'UUKSDAY , FEU. 28 , 1001. Tliii senatorial dead-look at Liu- coin is still on. Caniu Nation has boon rcloaaod on bail and will try nor band at editing a paper. Thu Pacific mail sluamor , Kio-do Jtuiairo , was wrecked on a rook near San Francisco on thu 2Jd. Not less tban ICO victims are believed to bavo gouo down with the ship. "The Hastings Tribune alleges that tlio insane asylum at that plauo was overstocked with butter to the extent of twelve thousand poundH during tlio lust two months of the fusion administration , and that on February 1st there were Htill over nine thousand pounds of stale and worthless Bluff on hand. " Thin would indicate that HOtuuoue connected wi...

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 — 28 February 1901

Our Stock is going fast at the following pi ices. Como early aud got your Rhare : 12 Ibs Oat Meal 35o 0 Iba broken Rice 24o U Ibs Good Prunes 35o 3 Ibs Good Now Poaches 24o 0 Ibs Navy Beans 2fie 10 oz. bottle Queou Olivud . 15o 8 bnra of Silk Heap . ! 16o 12 bara of Tepee Soap . 25o 1 Ib pkge " MAUJA ' I7o Thes'o are only a few peed tbmgs found in this mine. Up on our aide in a now line of Hatu , and every day Now Goods come down the abaft tbat is kept buay biingmg tbora. HARRY DAY / Northeast Corner of Public Square. The People's National Family Newspaper , Published Mon day , Wi-dnciduy NEW aud Friday , la In reality u flnffresh , every other . day Daily , giving ttiu latent uuwa on duya of Issue , and cover- itiK nuwi of the other three. It con YOEK tains nil Important foreign cablu news which ippcarn In The Dally Trlbunu of Fhuio date , also Dome * tic aud For eign Correspond ence , Short btorlee , TRI filcgant Half-tone Illustrations , Hu morous HOIUB , In dustrious Informa tio...

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 — 28 February 1901

THO TEXAS CRUISER -OY- T , TUtKTTN' > AMK "Irene , " snid the visitor , In n tone .which he meant should have been very like the grating oweet , hut which sounded ing hhiBCH when too carefully moved , losing me. S-ou came very nigh "Ah. la it possible ? " uttered the maid- n , lu a. tone too calm for tcrrorfi nnd yet too parcastic for joy. "Yen ; I came nigh being n lost num. I trll Into the hands of a prowling ankeo u Texan cruiser , " resumed 'luilel. "Ah I" Bidd Irene , hi n very guarded tone. . . . "Yes : and but for my own wit and Hold taring , 1 should now have been in n .Texan prison. " "Ah , " said Irene again , more guarded ven than before. "Who wns it captured A fellow nnmed Howard. He com manded a heavy vessel called the Lone Star. " , , . The mnldcn said nothing to this ; she only let her hand drop upon a sheet of tuuslc before her , mid as soon as her nerves were steady , she picked It up and jnn her eyes over the notes. "Hut I made my escape , " pursued the 'dark lo...

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 — 28 February 1901

SOME AUTHORS' MISTAKES. - rturWrltem Are Seldom Grntefnt When litlltor * orrcct'ihcir Copv. "Most authors arc furious at the bare rnE&catlon of 'edit.ng' tlwlr uiiuiu- orlpts , " wild a nmu who used to be a reader In a big publishing houbo , "but fou would bo surprised at the hullcrou - . plunders made by the best of tlunu When a writer Is accessible , the usua. plan Is to mark the 'bad breaks' on tin. proof slips and send them to him with a ilscrect note requesting a corruption but when a house Is getting out a book m a hurry , or when the author U pforoad , Uils Is often Impossible , and picn the situation becomes very tick teh , "I remember , for Instance , I wa. KWX > reading the proofs of a novel b. mo of our best known and crank.es Women writers. She . - was away oni Tlslt to Mexico , and had left strict 01 lers to 'follow copy' to the letter. It. me of her early chapters the hero wa 'having ' himself after a long huntlnp rip , and was-exactly half throng when Interrupt...

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 — 28 February 1901

" - "J jna , Lindloy , of Ansolmo , waa a fnondly caller at this ollieo TUOH- day. Air , Lindloy hat > had n hard oeigo Ibis winter and hia many frionda iu Broken Bow are ploaaod to see him able to be out again. He was tiral takou with atnall-pox and that waa followed with a com plication of diseases from which there were serious doubta for BOIIIO- limo ho would not be able to over como. For forly-Bevon daya ho was coutined to his bed , thirty of which he could not turn himself. At the regular annual meeting of thu Broken Bow Abstract Co. held at the oilide af I. A. Honeau on Saturday evening Feb. U8d , there were five directors elected viz : C. M. Kenoau , H. Lomai , Mayme Beard , and I. A. Heneau of Broken Bow and U. Mackey of WoBtcrville. At a mooting of the director * Monday , the 20th , C. M. Reneau waa elootod preHident , C. Maokey vice preflident and 1. A. Renoau aeoretary , and treasurer and alac em ployed aa abotraotor for the com pany. The triiatooa ot the Christian chu...

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 — 7 March 1901

, XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 7 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES , NO. 38 , YOUR WATCH Con'nlnn ICO fpparnto pieces , ro quirlrik3750 diBtlncC opurntlonH in i lie production The bnlnncu tuns it mile an hour , 24 miles a dnv Ouo wheel revolves 4,730,450 times a year. The biilutiuo makes 1C7.080 000 vibrations every twelve montliF , nud keeps It up fur yenrs. IB It not H faithful pervant ? Are you 11 Roort muster ? I RHirlit \ VntchVruiiKH. . U rail unto of Chicago Oythalmlo College , School Books , Tablets . AND School Supplies , -AT- J. G. Haeberle's. It lHi 't tlie iiiMteriul Unit K < ieH Into your repalrutl wutcli tliat In a perfect flow that iloealliu business , uuy buughtr eiui buy tni- line kinds of material Unit I use la repairing ; but skill is the most valuable ainturml tuut 5 n bu ueed m watch n-pulriug ; and the bungler cun'i buy it. i sell my skill ( or what It Is worth ami H will colt you less than at lowV-r prices. F. W. HAYES , Jeweler nnd Optic...

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 — 7 March 1901

Custer County Republican JO. M. A.MHIilVlKV , Kitltnrniiil l'iil > lllii- BBnoKitN How , NmWASK. ' Sweden's army on riuowbhoea will be in Interesting night on dress parade. Count Zeppelin hns admitted n few ftefecU In his Hying ninchlne. chief of which la that he ciunot 11 y It When the kidnapping business be comes epidemic It Is certainly up to the detective to catch something. Stealing children Is nn approach to au infant Industry In this country that ittrudnly should not be encouraged. Chicago has a legless porch climber , jtnd next the pollre will probably arrest nn ormlesH wonder Tor picking pockets. Mr. John I'lerpont Morgan entered Bpon the work of the new century by Jamming a few more railroads to- Aether. Professor I.oeb now thinks that cer tain animals may defy death. I'erhap.s ho has been throwing things at some tat on the backyard fence. London IH having a "Dickens craze" ill of a sudden , presumably having Just pow caught the point of the funny things In "Pickwick Pa...

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 — 7 March 1901

i' AND BUM HIM JUSTICE SWIFT AND TERRIBLE TO NEGRO MURDERER. tn h d by Mob In IniUiuin J ll natterrd Down anil Wrelcli DrngmMl Awny horltr A k for MllltU , Wlilch Ar- rlTt'i tog I il - A Terre Haute , InU , dispatch says Qiat Justice swift and terrible was acted out today to George Ward , the wgro who murdered Miss Flnklcstcln , the school teacher , by shooting her srith a shotgun and cutting her throat resterday afternoon. In a few hours 4ftor his arrest an angry mob bat tered down the doois of the jail , Iraggcd the miserable prisoner to the wabash bridge , several squares away , m < l hanged him to the bridge. Not content with the hanging , the crowd &ufc & the corpse down and laying It on i Band btr under the bridge , kindled t lira and cremated it. It was the lirst lynching that ever ( Centred in this city , and the day tbounded in exciting incidents. Ward as arrested at 10 o'clock at the car < rorks , where he was employed , as a otborer , and after being fully i...

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 — 7 March 1901

rfH' H' ' ( Ho. JUpublicnit rublliliod rery ThnreiUy at the County Soot. I ) . M , IlUltur tjWOU o 'n Onutor 1) ) lock , Vonrth ATO.- the pottomcoat fir oka n Uow. Hob. , iR coond-cla tniaUor tor trantmlielou through fcoU 8. M 1H. SOUSCUIPTION HUGE : One Tear , In advnnce ji.oo "THIMSDAY , AiAitoH 7 , 1901 , Congress appropriated $5,000'- 000 for the World's Fair at St. Lotus in 1003 It is reported that Senator Alton loft immediately after the inaugura tion , for Lincoln , with the view of opening up nogotiatioiiH with re publicans to secure a rooleotiou. Ho thinks hn eau got Cl fusion votes and with nix republicans secure an election. Gov. Doitriuh favors rebuilding the state penitentiary in a now loca tion whore a section of good farm land can be had on which the con victs can raise sugar beeta. That sounds very uioo but tbo plan is not feasible at the present time. Wo predict the building will be rebuilt on the present site where tbo shops walla and the now cell house are in perf...

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 — 7 March 1901

In 0-o.srtoir Our Stook 'IH going fast at tlio following piioes. Como early and got your share : S SSKSS5S3f StOSSXSSSSZyKXSSBESSSSSZS3f > ySSUSSB ! a 12 Ibs O.it Menl 25o 10 01 bottle Queen OlivuH lf > o C Ibs broken Rice 24o 8 bars of Silk Soap 26o 0 Ibs Good Prunes 96o 12 bars of Tepee Soap 25o 3 Ibs Good Now Peaches 24o 1 Iboan HKBKINBKEN HEECoFFKRSOo 0 Ibti Navy Beans 2fio lib pkgo " MAIMA " I7u iBTOInHlMOTg f hllin&frhdNtTOHSIoniCiufl 9B These are only a few peed things found in this mine. Up on our side is a now line of 9B Hatfl , and every day New Goods oome down the shaft that is kept busy biingtng them. m HARRY DAY & CO. , Northeast Corner of Public Square. i's National Family Newspaper , Published Mon day , Wednesday HEW und Friday , la lu reality a fluefresh , erery other . day Daily , glrlnB tbe latent uowBoudays of Issue , and corer- Inp news of the other three. It con tains oil important foreign cable neng which -ippcarx In The Dally Tribunu of r-atut ) ...

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 — 7 March 1901

f w . fr t .K THE TEXAS CRUISER . . .BY- T. ntIKTIN < 4AMK KORS CHAPTER VIl.-Coiitlniiril. ( ) She \VBH now about a mllu and u.jinlf IJntnnt , and it was but n little nffor ii 'clock. The wind wns very near south , Had the schooner wns humllng a very tittle north of northwest ; thu lirlK wns upon the bchooner's larboard or Weather quarter , and hcntllnK about north by last , the direct line of her court ) ? strik ing ahead of the former. And thus they teed on fifteen minutes more. " " "we hnve them "Now , cried Clnrcnce , In the tolU. Up with your helm , and prcad your booms winifund-wliiK. We will take the wind directly astern , mid yon tee the brig can't help doing the Mm thing. In tain way , and In thin alum , can we clve them any trouble In vtrbauliiiE UK. But now we can huvo the wind upon every inch of our ciiuviu * , while that chap's forward sullH aio of o enribly UUP to him , uulesf * , Indeed , he dews up the main. There Htt'iuly , fo. Now cive me the helm nnd I'll keep ...

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 — 7 March 1901

Feeds the Hair Have you ever thought why rour hair is falling out ? It is because you are starving your hair. If this starvation con tinues , your hair will continue co fall. There is one good hair food. It is Aycr's Hair Vigor. It joes right to the roots of the Eair and gives them just the food they need. The hair tops falling , becomes healthy , and grows thick and long. Ayer's Hair Vigor does another thing , also : it always restores color to faded or gray Ixair. One dollar bottle. If your druggist cannot supply you , scud ft | i.oo and we will express n bottle to you , til charges prepaid. He sure and give us Irour nearest office. express J. C. AYBR Co. , Iowell , Mass. fond for oar handsome book on The Hair. Dlylnlty stndents in the University of Chicago have organized an unti- mtrimoniul club , announces the Chi- Bgo TimesHerald. . Now watch the girls single out those boys and bring teem to their knees. When there is no other kind of dos- srt , everything is in apple-pio order...

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 — 7 March 1901

TOIJAV'tt YOTiC ON HIJNATOWB. Lincoln Nubr. Maroh 7 , 10C1. Special to tbo RHPUULIOAN , Thompson , 'JO ; Meiklojohn , UU ; HiiiHhnw , 22 ; Curriu. 10 ; KoHowuler 10 ; CrouuBe , 0. A Farewell llcccptlon. Saturday night n number of tlio friends and neighbors of the Frazier family nsHumblcd at the Frnzicr homo to bid them n formal good * byu , buforo they took the r departure - turo for Lincoln. 'I ho guests took with them well filled bmkotn of provisions , which provided n royal feast for nil present. Tlio evening waa spent in soowl conversation , music and gainoH until a late hour. A most enjoyable time watt spent by all preHont. Air a. M. E. Frailer , with her two daugbtorH , Leoim and Marion , and HOD , II. L. Frazier , hnvo resided in Broken Bow about fourteen yoarp , having moved hero from a farm near Morna. Sinoo reaiding here Mrs. Frazier and the girln have en gaged in droHB making and have enjoyed all the patronage in their line they wore able to care for. In the time they hav...

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 — 14 March 1901

J * * ! t.A 5 | 4 | Mf- XIX. RRflKRN RHW. riTSTFR mTTNTY. NRRRASKA. THURSDAY. MARPR U. IPfTIFTP.HT PAP.T7Q wn SET AND UNSET. The effect o many per fect gems is marred by poor settings. I I Mount gems at little cost , in settings that shows them to best advantage. If you wish to be pleased , entrust your gems to me to I be set in the latest style. If you haven't the gems I shall be pleased to supply I you. I Graduate of Lhkuiro Opthalmlo College. | School Books , Tablets < * -AND fH 4M School Supplies , -AT G. Haeberle's : It iNii't tlie material tliiit into vatir repaired watcli Unit ruHUltH In a perfect ) oi > . u is tne Hou ; tliat Uous tliu bUbinbcS , ! Ly bungler cau buy UIL- Hue kinds o ( material that J udu In repairing ; but ekill ie the uiOHt valuable nutiunnl ttiut ; au bu used In uutcli repairing ; ui (1 ttui bungler cnn't buy It. 1 sell my ukHi ( or wuut It Is worth nud It will uuHt you less UIMI at lower prices. P. W. HAYES , Jeweler and Optician. West fidu of equu...

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 — 14 March 1901

I M fluster County Republican .M. AMHItUltltV , Killtornnil I'n NlCIIKASKA Many a man lias killed himself U'iing i hlncB tlmt wore supposed to prolong "tit * . They do It also In Canada. A llve- milllou-dollar furnltnro trust ban been founded tlicrc. Ko woman ever took the conceit out 9 < * mnn by lef using lilm nt tlrst nnil Anally consenting. When thin ha/.e has finally disap peared It may leally moan n brighter for West Point. China will have to do a lot of washIng - Ing to pay tlmt Indemnity , even If It IB limited to $2011.000,000. Borne women prefur dogs ns puts be- MUAQ children don't like to hnvo bells attached to their necks. That trial of wireless telephoning WBB not altogether successful. The re ceiver , HS It were , Is being held for n further hearing. Ruisoll Sage thinks that Mr. Cudahy acted unwisely In submitting to extor tion. To Russell Snge $ 'J.r > ,000 seems a deal of money. There's no r/cal paradox In the state ment that In nuking for nine or eight hours o...

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 — 14 March 1901

INDULGE IN RIOT. ' . of Hoai of Common Iflnor err * * FlgUt on mon * . LONDON , March 0. In the house of commons , shortly after midnight , Mr. Halfour applied theclotureon the edu cation estimates. The nationalists limited "gag , gag , "and ret used to leave the house when the division was taken. The chairman twice asked them to retire to the division lobby , but they shouted , "Certainly not. " Mr. Falln cried , " 1 protest , against the way all Irish votes are clotured. " Thirty or forty Irishmen remained in their scats. The chairman report ed the matter to the speaker. The Irishmen still refused to obey the or der , and the speaker named sixteen recalcitrants. Mr. Balfour moved their suspension. This was agreed to without a division. The speaker ordered them to with- firaw , but they refused , amid , great oproar. The speaker called upon the them. They oejgeant-at-arm to remove ohouted dellance. The deputy ser jeant-at-arms advanced and asked hcm to leave , but still they refuse...

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 — 14 March 1901

Republican PnbMihctl ercry Tliur l 7 nt th County Swt. K II. AMMUltU-KV , - lirtltor o-Ofllce ' .n Cticlcr lllock , Fourth ATe.-jfr nVrwl nt tlin jKwtofllco Hi Drohan How. Neb. , u ptswiid-clacu matter fur tran mlf eloti through the U. a. Malls. liU 1ISOKI ITION One Ynnr , In wiviuico . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C1.U ) THURSDAY , A1AKUL1 14 , 1001. "Since Alpha Morgan baoamo manager of ( Juiriu'rf latididauy > note with sorrow llio decrease in the Curric vole from 24 to 14 Bolter oorao homo , Alpha. " An - loy Chioniolo , The csteeint'd Chronicle leorun to have been very muoh imponod upon or was laboring under a very severe disorder of the liver hat week The facts are Alpha Morgan is not nor hat ) not at any time been man aging Senator Carrie's oaudid&uy for the United States Senate , The management lias from the first buen in olmrgo of Mr. I. A , lionoaii of this city. Mr. Morgan is a friend of Senator Uurrio , and , no doubt , would have'done Anything he could at'tiny tim...

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