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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 May 1899

Stftto III it 1 lbr-l n Booloty i t M VOL XVII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 25,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 45. Ms Sf T \ t I SI 1 I f \ l T i r m m JL OLJL JL X Uv3 f m i 1 M'tt 1m m ' . S'5 J. G. HAEBERLE i SRYBER BROS The mystery of our pronounced und unequaled success is not because wo are gifted with any super natural qualification ) ; , nor is it duo to our liberal ad vertising ; not in our "aystem" nor in our ability to convince people that black is white when it isn't. The explanation is very simple. The position we have acquired as the loading and most successful Dry Goods bouse is only due to the fact that we give the BESTaitioloat tbo LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE , and doing so enables us to hold our custom. Best LL Muslin always in stock at 3o to customers only ; other prices according. SNYDBB BROS Leaders m Low Prioea. Bangs' Studio is now newly furnished and fitted with large and the latest scientif ic instruments. Largs groups taken as well as the smalle...

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 May 1899

Is I DICK RODNEY ; Or , The Adventures of m An Eton Boy , , . itMl BY JA/WES GRANT. V * CHAPTER XXIV. The Thunderbolt. An emotion of mingled freedom and Entlsfnctlon possessed I ho whole crow on being rid of our tormentor , and Lain bourne now look ehargo of the brig , wjilch ho wan perfectly able to handle and work , though Ignorant of navigation as a science , and having but a vague Idea of the course to Htcor for the Capo of Good Hope. She was hove In the wind , whllo In the moonlight , about two hours after the exciting gccno which closes the last chapter , we committed to the deep the body of Antonlo'H last victim , the poor apprentice , whom the snllmaker sewed up In his hammock , to which , bolng without shot or other suitable weights , wo tied a sack of1 corfls to sink the corpse. -yi'- jj The head-yards were filled again , and , as If anxious to leavb Umt-rpor- tlon of the sea as far as possible astern , wo hauled up for the capo. Tom LnmbourtiG ordered every stitch of canv...

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 May 1899

oiaen eaai mg of Miss Popu lar Esteem and Mr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Fifty years of happiness , fifty years of doing good. The only Sar saparilla in the World that ever celebrat ed its fiftieth anniversary and is doing it today with no signs of decay. Its mission is to cure and \ > to help. No wonder it has fifty happy years back of it. Get a bottle today of [ which made Sarsiparilla famous ] . . . ALL DRUGGISTS SELL AVER'S SARSAPARILLA. gi.oo A BOTTLE. A Kentuckian says waterproof coats are all right for stomachs. Selling Inventions. r All Inventors having inventions for sale should write to Sues & Co. , Pat ent Lawyers , Bee Building , Omaha , Nebr. , for their free pamphlet on Pat > ent Property , which sets forth the best methods of selling patents Few mrn can keep their good reso lution and n dairy at the same time. A Giinrniil < < < ! Cur " . Most dlltlciitt to cure Chronic Constipation. Yet Caicnrets Candy Cathartic are guaranteed to euro any cane or money re...

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 May 1899

Of ooureo , because ho 1ms the ntnek of Oooda. Quality and prlco IN always light. Try'hls TCIIH , OoffooB , 1'uro Spices , I'ure Cider Vinegar , Sail Klah till kinds , Sorghum , OftBolIno , flour , Salt. Making a big run on Dried Krultfl. Ho la nlno ngont for the World Renowned Until Cnulnot * . Kvoryono ought to Imvo one for henltfi. a Ototct ( go , Republican I'nlilMiotl ovcry TlmrmUy nt tlio County font . ni. AniHiii'Kitv. iSftitor a-Onico In Copier Illock , KoortK AYO.-i Ktitcrcil nt tlio iniftolllro at Ilrokrn lto , Ncli , IIP sccoml rlAHH iimltur , for tnmsmlstloii tti rou li IIKI U. S. nmlln , HUIiaCJUlTlON 1'HIOK : Ono Yflftr , In ndviuiro ? l.l > 0 THURSDAY , MAY 25 , 1801) ) . A postoflico has bean established at Klurnp , Custor county , with , ) ano P. Klump postmistress. Col. Stots'inburg's remains reach ed San Francisco , on thur way homo for burial , Tuesday. It is reported that the postmas ters at Lee Park and PhillipHburg , Custer county have resigned , and their ...

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 — 25 May 1899

TO THRESHERMEN , And those contetnplfttlng bu. Ing n We are handling the Geiser Engine and Separator. Mnchino differs eomowliat from other mnolilnco. The holler has n dovbn which prn- vonta tlio wntor from hccominc law In RoinR tlo n or up hill , ki > epinn the crown Rhcut ntul llnnn oJvercd , provcnti thorn Irom hclng burned out , The Sopnrntor hns no ricvcs or anything to bother in changing from ono kind of grain to nnotlior , which cmn bo done without stopping the inn- chlno. If you i.ru thlnklnK of buyinp write or call on us , nnd we will Fend catalogue , which explains the machine thoroughly. Wo propopo to start all msohlncs sold by tie , and ecu that everything is in good or der. Remember If > on buy of us you will ml have to wait for an t-x- port two or three weeks. Wo will give you the boot outtlt ever sold In CtiBtor county. Wo can alao assist In gutting a competent eiinlnonr. Can glvo Btioh Instruction OB will enable any person of ordinary ability tn run an engine in...

Publication Title: Custer County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Nebraska, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 25 May 1899

COSTER CODffl REPUBLICAN 1) . Jit. AJISHimilY , Vubllilinr. BBOKEN HOW , NDIUlAfJlCA. NEBRASKA NEWS. A civil service examination will beheld held at Kearney pastolllco Juno 7 for the positions of clerk and carrier. Tula was made necessary by the addition of a now carrier to the regular form.1 to take effect September 1. Fred Spccht , a Diinhar liveryman , was stopped 'by three men about a nllo from Nebraska City on his way homo nnd at the point of revolvers com pelled to surrender his money and valuables , amounting to a watch and about $10. The state hanking board 1ms char tered the First Hank of Elm Creek. The corporators are James L. Tout. J. M. Forrlstall and M. J. Drake. The officers arc William Gnslln , president , and J. M. Forrlstall , cnshlor. The capi tal stock of the bank IB $5,000. The state board of educational lands and funds has authorized State Tr ns- urer Mcscrvo to pay a premium of 2 per cent on all Btuto warrantK dr.nvn against the general fund. This offer will ho...

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 — 25 May 1899

NGF I'l I 111 ! I I ' Condition of Affairs at The Hague Conference. SOME TANGIBLE RESULTS EXPECTED lutcrnntlonnl Arbitration Idea Appears to lie Taking Dcllnlto Slmpo All tlio Dele gate ! Scorn to 1'nxor It Orriinin Who IftMind n llolllcoso Pamphlet Tries to Square lllnituir , THE HAGUE , May 22. ( New York World Cablegram. ) Whatever may happen to the proposals for a restraint of armaments , It Is generally felt by the peace delegates hero that the con ference will attain some tangible re sults in the direction of International arbitration. Ambassador White and Beth Low have both been Impressed by the favorable tendency displayed In unofficial conversations by the dele gates of European powers toward the arbitration Idea. Germany , which Is entirely opposed to checking Its arma ments , is among the supporters of any practicable scheme for settling inter national differences by means of an international tribunal. The section of the conference lo which arbitration and mediation will ...

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 — 25 May 1899

Must Give Possession of Building June 1st. o. ri. yv\evis , StfSa ewYorkstore : : , $ ii Going out of Business in a Blase of Bargains. Bargains that will set a pace for value-giving , and that will "be remembered for years to come. Everything goes. Fine Dress Goods , Silks , Table Linens , Napkins , Towelings , BedSpreads , Laces , White Goods , etc. Drop in ; you will meet a crowd. No "Cheap John" goods in my stock. M . . - * 4. -it. TIIK COMMENCEMENT. The commonuomont oxoroiooB of the city high schools will bo hold tomorrow evening , in the north Hide opera hoiiHO. It will bo the tenth annual commenuomont in the history of the Bohool , in which time the Kohool has graduated twenty-seven youug inon and 33 young laditH. This year the lint is increased by fiovon young ladies , making Hixty- seven in the ton years. Those grad uating at thin time are Lena Gay- wood , Madgo Kay , Winnie Joynor , Verda Thorpe , Irene Reynolds , Madgo Potts , Nannie Barrett. ruomiAM. The following in the ...

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 — 1 June 1899

VOL XVil , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 1.1899.-EIGHT PAGES. NO 46 The Eagle is the popular Wheel for ' 99. Turning out a com plete Wheel every three minutes , and working twenty-four hours a f day , the Factory is still 2,000 Wheels behind. I have them in stock. Edwin P. Myers , Repairing. Opposite Fanners Bank sS HH i v 3 > ? sS , , , * { in I * * Si J. G. * Wt m $8 ! $ $ $ Farmers , ask my competitors if they can carry $1,000.00 of Insurance against Fire , Lightning * , Tornadoes , Cyclones and Wind Storms for eight years for S15. That's what I cane I e # do , and in a company that has over $27,000,000 of insurance i # in force in this state. E. C. HOUSE. AV six \\s \ \ * / * Is NX \ * \1/ \lx \ ixx ix \ x sjx MX Nix Nix JVtfxtfiA SAifoS fSXiiStf Bangs' Studio is now newly furnished and fitted with large and the latest scientific ic instruments. Largs groups taken as well as the smallest pic tures. Call and see the new work. P. C. WOUNALL , President...

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 — 1 June 1899

W 1 1/ OP , The Adventures of vfc lit vfcUi Ui An Eton Boy , , . vb kb * * BY JA/Y1ES GRANT. tb CHAPTER XXV. ( Continued. ) " ' " Tom Lam- "All's ever now , < mld bourne , as he grasped the tlllnr with a firm hand , after cnrefully wrapping a blanket round poor IIIslop. who droop ed beside him In the sturn-shcelH. " \Vlilc-h way shall we pull ? " naked the bowman , us wo paused with our oars In the rowlocks. "It matters llttlo , mates , " cried Torn. In a loud voice , with his left baud nt the side of his mouth , to send w.mt ho said forward above the roar of the wind and sea. "Wo muni bo many hundred miles from Brazil , the nearest land , and we can do nothing now but keep our boat allvo by baling and steering till daybreak. Now , Master , Hlslop , " he added , lowering his voice , "how do you feel , sir ? " j "I feel thut 1 am quite In your way , my lads a useless hand aboard , to consume your food and water , " re plied IIlslop , faintly. "Why , sir , " said Probart , the stro...

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 — 1 June 1899

Rebels Reoccupy Country and Furnish Hard Fighting. THE TROOPS THAT WERE ENGAGED Insurecutn Yrntnrn Ilnclc In the Train of I.iuvton's Miiln Column Ono American Killed , I'oartvcn Wounded Good Ito- nulls AccompllMliiMl In March of Twenty Days to Foothills. MANILA , May 25. Two companies of the Third infantry and two compan ies of the Twenty-second Infantry , formerly General Lawton's rear guard , returning from San Miguel to Bnliuag yesterday , escorting n signal party , which was picking up wire laid with General Lawtons expedition , found that the insurgents had reoccupicd the country , and hard fighting followed from daylight until the Americans camped nt night. But the troops com pleted tholr work , though harassed by the enemy. Ono American was killed and fourteen were wounded. The troops captured twenty prisoners and thirty wounded. It developed yesterday that five men Instead of ono were drowned by the sinking of a raft loaded with soldiers of the Fourteenth regiment at the Pa-...

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 — 1 June 1899

Of uoureo , bccauBo bo has the etook of Goods. Quality And price la nlwnya il ht. Try his Tens , Coffees , 1'uro Spleen , I'uro Cider Vinrgnr , Suit Fish nil kinds , Sorghum , Gasoline , Flour , Salt. Making 11 Mit run on Dried Fruits. Ho la alio ngcnt for the World Renowned Haiti Cabinets. Everyone ought to have one ( or health. J ! SxXKS roCS X XKXX . itcpitWican 1'abHihod orcry ThnriJ y at the County Scot. I ) . .11. AMHUI-KItY , iCdltor WOfflcc in Carter lllock. Fourth ATC.-V Entered at tbo pottofflco at Broken Dow , Nob. , nit second clans raattur , for tranimltlion tliruugh die U. S. mallf. 8UHSOIUPTION I'lUOB : Ono Vear , In advance 51.Oo rilURSDAY , JUNE 1 , 1899 Populists over the state are greatly disappointed with Gov. Poynter's appointments. The hearty welcome extended to Admiral Sohloy by the citizens of Omaha during his short visit in our state metropolis is appreciated by the whole state. If The remains of Col. Stotsonburg were retained at Lincoln over Sun Ir- day for...

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 — 1 June 1899

TO THRESMERMEN , And those contemplating bu , Ing a We are handling the Geiser Engine and Separator. Tbi * Machine differ * somewhat from other machines. The boiler has a devbo whlcli Jprc- vonta the water ( rom becoming low in going do4ii or up hill , keeping tlio crown sticot and Hues covered , prevents thorn from being burned out , The Separator tins no sieves or anything to bother in changing from one kind of grain to another , which can bo done without stopping tuu ma chine. If you rre thinking of buying write or cull on us , and we will eenrt catalogue , which explains the machine thoroughly. We propoRo to start all machines sold by us , and see Unit everything IB In good or der. " Remember if you buy ol us you will not bavo to wait for an ex port two or three weeks. Wo will give you the best outllt over Bold In Ouster county. We can alee nsalst In getting a competent engineer. at Can glvo such Instruction IB will enable any person of ordinary ability : " to run an engine in a...

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 — 1 June 1899

CUSTER COUNTY BEFUBLICAU U , HI. AMSHISUUY , Vutillflinr , BBOKEN HOW , NEBRASKA NKWS. Springer , thirty-sovon years a icslilent of Douglas county , and for thirty-four years In unu pioclnct , died last week , Morgan Rice , a young man formerly residing nt Dixon , but now or Waku- Held , attempted Hiilcldo fov tukliu ; n dose of polHon. Tom Smith , foreman of the Laverty cattle ranch , four miles northcnflt ol Ashland , waa aculdcntally thrown In to a feed grlntlor and had IIH ! left leg terribly mangled- Exeter proposes having nn old- fashioned Fouith of July coluuraHon with as good an orator as can b { found in the west. While breaking n colt .Tease Pos ter , residing ton miles north of aid ney , aged 27 years , was violently thrown to the ground and sustained Injuries which will undoubtedly prove fatal. His splno was dislocated nii'l an arm broken. At the last regular session of the Plattsmouth city council the most Important buslnuss transacted wan the passing by a unanimous vot...

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 — 1 June 1899

Filipinos Take a Now Grip on the Situation , ENCOURAGED BY THE WET SEASON They Continue to lliirrnss Our Troop * Contlnuul Menacing of United States I.lnrs , Canning Much Anxiety rood rroUsloiiMiint hoMudo for the Friendly Native * . MANILA , May 29. Special to the New York World : General Otis says , contradicting the gtnurnl impression , that the campaign against the Fill plno Insurgents will be prosecuto-1 by the American forces with the utmott aggressiveness possible during tiio .rainy season. General Lawton Is convinced that an early settlement of the troubles and close of hostilities depends on the Americans giving thorough protection * to the working classes in their poneo lul occupations , while waging InceS' sant war against the armed forces of the enomv from this time forth , by means of guerrilla warfare. "Wo will show the insurgents by vigorous ac tion on the rivers , lakes and moun tains , " ho says , "that their belief that wo cannot campaign in the rainy sea son or in...

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 — 1 June 1899

Harry Day & Cos In order to reduce the Salisbury stock of Goods we recently purchased so as to en able us to consolidate our two stores as soon as possible , we will for the NEXT SIXTY DAYS cnotinue to give our customers better prices than they can secure at wholesale. We bought these goods in a lump , and at figures below eastern prices , hence we have no competitors in prices or quality of goods in Broken Bow. If you want real bargains in Dry Goods , Boots , Shoes , Clothing , Call and see us at SALISBURY'S OLD STAND , in the Realty Block. HARRY DAY & CO , . ( JAIT. MDLLINS'ADDRESS. DollTotoil Docoratl ju Day , M y 3'jtli. ' Mr. Commander and comrades of my father , comrades of the Sprnish American war , ladies of the Wom en's Relief Corps , ladies and gen. tloincn : At the request of your Commander and my comrades in the Spanish-American war , 1 shall try in n brief manner to respond for those who offered their services in this war. Wo are deeply sousi bio of the courtesy...

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 — 8 June 1899

VOL , XVil , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 8,1899-ElGHT PAGES , NO 47 The Eagle is the popular Wheel for ' 99. Turning out ; i com plete Wheel every three minutes , and working twenty-four hours a day , the Factory is still 2,000 Wheels behind. I have them in stock. Bicycles , Edwin P. Sundries and . Myers , Repairing. Opposite Fanners Bank. ' ' : ' IF'ednte l * m - " H . * i : ? ' ma J. G. HAEBEULE.v.z. . Farmers , ask my competitors if they can carry $1,000.00 of Insurance against Fire , Lightning , Tornadoes , Cyclones and Wind Storms for qight years for $15. That's what I can do , and in a company that has over $27,000,000 of insurance in force in this state. E. C. HOUSE. & &J8 K8K& & 8& & & : S&8&8 ! 5 ? m $ m % 1 I I We will meet , competition on ' ' HI anything in our line. You need some fjf p Fancy Screen Doors , and our styles | f g | are the latest , and quality the best , | i 1 $ We have just received a car of ...

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 — 8 June 1899

CHAPTER XXVII. The Island of AlphoiiHO. Wo had Homo dread of savages , being totally unarmed , wo penetrated Inland with more anxiety than pleasure - uro nt first ; but ere long wo became convinced thnt the Island WUH totally destitute of humnn IntmhltnntH. Not n vcstlgo of wigwam or hut , of road or path , not oven of the smallest track or trail ( Have Hiicli as the wild goats made ) was visible anywhere , and thus wo became Impressed with new emotions of wonder and awe , In tread ing a soil whcro man lived not where no human foot seemed to have trod and where only the hum of Insect life stirred the Bolltudo of that wild island of the South Atlantic. For a considerable distance wo traversed Hat ground that was covered with Hedge grasa , Interspersed by shrubs of bright green. Uoyond this level plain rose a series of ridges cov ered by trees , and those ridges formed the first slope of the great mountain , which watt some thousand feet In height , and also of the great bluff wo had ...

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 — 8 June 1899

pww r It Is noted ns n curious fact thnt the majority of the Jnpnnes * ctudetits who como to Amorlca to study political economy go to Ann Arbor to seek In struction under Professor Adams. This preference Is duo to the Influence of Count Ono , now chief Inspector of the Bank of Japan , who studied at the University of Michigan under Professor ser Adams and who Is spreading the professor's reputation abroad through out the Japanese islands. You can pick out fools by thulr questions and wise men by their ans wers. It is pretty hard for some men to llvo up to their opportunities and within their Income at the same time. Kan sas City Star. Do Your Feet Ache and IlnrnT Shake Into your shoes , Allen's Foot- Ease , a powder for the foot. It makoa tight or New Shoes feel Easy. Cures Corns , Bunions , Swollen , Hot and Sweating Feet. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores , 25c. Sample sent FREE. Address Allen 8. Olmstcd , LeRoy , N. V. On September 9 next people will date their letters not all peo...

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 — 8 June 1899

Otooureo , bceniiBo ho tma the stock of Uoods. Qaitllty nnd prleo Is always tight. Try his Tenn , OoffcoH , 1'uro Hpluos , 1 Pure Cldor Vinegar , Salt Fish nil kinds , Sorghum , Gasoline , Flour , Suit , Making u bit : run on Dried Fruits , llu In alno agent for the World Renowned Hath ( Jablnete. Everyone ought to have one for health. J. C. BOWEN. Otolct ( Ho , itcpuWkan I'abllMiod every Thursday at thu County Soul. . ni. iCUItor -Omco In Cantor Jllock , Fourth Aro.-fca Kntored at Ilio poctolllco at llrokcn How , Noli. , lie Bcr.oml clans matter , for triummlmlon tli rnn li lnu U. H. innlln , SUJIBOKIl'TION J'KIOK : OHO Your , In ndvniKO . fl.Oo rilURSDAY , JUNE 8 , IBM. Congressman Ilondorson of Iowa is showing considerable Htrongl.li as a candidate to succeed speaker Kood. The harmony that was manifested by the Ohio republican convention is a disappointment to the demo- pop crowd who had counted on a hair pulling time. Good times , increased business and good prices lor cattle , ...

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