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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 9 May 1901

State Hist Librarian boolety VOL , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 9 , 1901.-EIGHT PAGES , NO. 47 , Some watches run when banging np , but stop on their backs Sorao WBtcbes "IICN" In any position , but keep time I n none. Some watchoi are Jllke orae people you inuet humor them such people and ench watches are not desirable companion ! . A wntch that IB not reliable , consistent , A falthfnl and timely nt all times , under all W cot.dltlona , In tiTery climate and Iu all 5 position ! " , needs treatment B Let me see the fnco of you watch. The 2 hands may be on a strike became ot H ! overwork. 3 3S S Graduate ot Chlcnuo Opthalmlo College. $ Headquarters For $ Dry Goods , Groceries , Boots and Shoes , Our Royal Worcester Corsets Have No Superiors For Ease and Comfort. From this Sanitarium. Patients in thin vicinity who have bc"ii under the oare of Drs. Shepard - ard & Headrick , of Omuha , are hereby notified thpt Dr. Chan. M. llcadnok will bo n Broken ...

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 May 1901

ster County Republican t .HLAMBIIKltltY , ICilltorund I'nlilUlini Uotr , NltUHAHKA The future KaiiMiiK joint will be imr- Tarlr 8. A man that gctK the Htnall-pox ought to keep it to hhnKclf. The Auntrlan KclcliHrnth opened with uiuml rough house. The gloRB trust may he wild to bo no of the healthiest bottle bablcH on Tocord. < rrrrrrs The girl who Injured her too In a fall .from her bicycle and IH milug for -10.- 000 damage * * netn a high value on her- elf. In the last hundred years Turkey haH lost nbout half of ItH territory. Yet In face of this misfortune thcro are cold blooded people who want the , Sultan to pay lite debts ! The Ohio murderer that was olcctro- entcd the other day loft behind a largo consignment of advice for young men. Why IR It that Much crltnlnalH Imagine their advice Is wanted ? There nre lively times ahead for phi- Utcstn Qucon Victoria's dcrtth will bring about changes In 1.HOO pontage .tamps , Issued by sixty-four States and colonies that arc ruled by G...

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 May 1901

A CITY IN' 'ASHES , ( JACKSONVILLE FLA- , HAS WORST FIRE IN HISTORY. Ttlockn Swept Awny Area Tw oiiKiiiul HnlfMllu Wll lurn < i H coniri Itonrlnt ; furnaua Flrero u Work Hani lint AInke No Progreu. , Fla. , May 4.-AI 12:45 : yesterday Jacksonville experi enced the most disastrous fire of 'her , exlstancc. Alotiff the entire length of Beaver-street , front Davis street lo the creek on Liberty street , , all biilldlmrs have been totally destroyed. Tills is fourteen solid blocks of residences. For the same distance Ashley . and Church streets have both been com pletely blotted out. When the lire reached Bridge street It enveloped in ( lames three blocks , Duxal , Munroe and the north of Ad ams , burning that entire suction of the city and running- fourteen blocks to the Duval street bridge. How much further In that direction the city Is burned It Is Impassible to learn , the Bireets bcinn Impassible , but It Is feared that St. Lukes hospital was burned and a report saps the Presby 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 — 9 May 1901

, Republican io'U oratj Thur d y nt lti Uonntjr Boat , ' " ' I'M. AMHBBItUY.- _ ' ( l < ) r In Conor Uloek , Fourth AYe.- > Bntorcd nt thn . poetofflca At llrokcn How , Nob. , ocoiil.claiig tnnttor for tranf mlcplon through thoU. U.Mtlli. 8UU8CHI1T10N PKIOK : One Tour , In advance { 1.00 THURSDAY , MAY 0 , 1001 , Governor Diotrioh ytintor'lay af tenioou ooiiiniittod the doulli Hcnt- onoo of Frank DitiHinoro to imprison , rnont for lifu. Dinmnoro IH tlio man oonviotrd ou the olnrgo of murder ing Friid Latin nt Odessa on Decent bur 0 , 1800. Among the lotlors ask ing for commutation of the Hontonuo was one from Judge Sullivan , the trial judge who , while he believed Dinemoro guilty , contends that the Uoatb penalty is a relic of barbarism. Gaudy Pionoor. Amongst IIH nuinoroiiH claims 10 diminution , Gandy , may now hooHt Ihb oxchmivo honor of having atnongHl its residents a sister of Ne braska's now Chief Executive. Qandy being , wo urdorstand , the only town in the state thuH ...

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 May 1901

j Our Stock IK going fast at the following piiocH. Corao farly and get your share : In 12 lliH Oat Meal 25o 10 oz. bottle Queen Olives . IGo 0 Ibs broken Rice 24o 8 bars of Silk Soap . 26u 0 Ib.s Good Prunes 26o 1 2 bars of Tepee Soap . i5o ! 3 Ibs Good New Peaches 24c HKKKlNBKKNlIl KCoFFEK30o 0 Ibn Navy Beans Sflo 1 Ib pkgo MADJA 17o BIpl CirjUlfrlflrai/inlhTai CaCTqreiTOIITOIflg ( Those are only a few good things found iu this mine. Up on our side is a now line of n , and every day Now Goods oomo down the shaft that is kept busy bringing thorn. HARRY DAY & CO. , Northeast Corner of Public Square. " ' " ' GI I1 "iriT'ini iniii Soils tht- David Bradley , John Deere , ttrand Detour , Listers , Riders and Walkers They arc the best madp. Also the Ohio and New Departure Cultivator , Disks aud Seeder ? , Racitie Buggies and Spring Wasjons. Tl u bent harness aM kinds at prices that has put competition to think- itif . See me for Stoves , Furniture , Carpets new patterns , Tinware , Ri...

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 May 1901

, of The Old Grudge. By J. H. CONNELLY. 'v * i & 0 l > rrlhl , lltl d IMS , br Knlmrt Him er' 8on . [ All llMi rwortrd.l CHAI'TKIt I. Notably strange formation , atnoiiK the sccnln beauties of Western IVnniylvnnln , IB the walMiko hill locally known AH the DpvI | > JJni'kbone , wblc-li is thrown hnlf acrnRR the llaccoon Creek Valley. Though It * plcvatlon la hardly inontlniti live hun dred fret , the abruptness with which It rlhos out of tlie incitduw Inndfl , the Btrnlchtncs.V nnd length of the lofty line Its xnmmlt make * iiRiilnt the ttky and the nbsonce of near rival eminences catiKe It to neoin , when viewed from the Yullr , a real mountain. Itu top , for u length of about two mllex , In level nnd fftnilght , nnd 1 * trHVpriwl by n rood , one of the inoit charming driven lni < iKlnnblc > , and not by any incanit so difficult of ae- rens ns nilsht he expected , slnco the ( dope at the end of the hill IM ho gradual thnt tpmnii , drnwlnp loaded wngons , aticcml It ...

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 May 1901

THE BATTLE-FIELDS. 3LD SOLDIERS TALK OVER ARMY EXPERIENCES. Fa * Bine and the Gray Iterlow Incl- denta of the Late War , and In Graphic nd Interesting Manner Tall of Camp , March and Battle. Says Henry Clay Evans , commission- rr of pensions , In Collier's Weekly : No nation or government in all time 1ms dealt so generously mid magnanimous ly with Its defenders as lias the repub lic since the beginning of the Civil War. * r Kot until 1830 were pensions grunted to widows of soldiers of the Revolu tionary War , and then only for a period f five years , conditional upon marriage to the soldier prior to his last service , and tliat the soldier's service wns not less than six mouths. Not until 1853 , loventy , years after the close of thw war , was the limitation as to the time i > f marriage removed. On June HO , 1000. the rolls contained the names of eleven pensioners based upon service hi the War of the Revolution , four be ing widows and seven daughters the latter pensioned by spe...

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 May 1901

Flveluuudrcd Dollars lu PrUes. Uniaba , May 1 , 1001. The Hurl- int tou Hailroad wanlH 10,000 let- tore about Nobrackn. It lifts neuO for them in Us work of promoting immigration to thin state. It wants JottcrB that will induoo men ami woraon to move to Nebraska to UH- in farming , uuttlu raiHing , dairying , fruit growing or uiuiilar purBiutB. Prizus amounting to 1600 are offered. Two nimilar prize uou tobts Imvu been held witb HUOQCHH. rcHulls. Thu tbird uontvut haa boon nrrnngod on n gruatur auale , and ahould bo oven inoroHiioeHnlul. $500 IN PRIZES. First Prizo. A tiokut from any Burlington Route * > tatiou in No btauka to Yellowstone National Park and rot urn and a oomplnlo trip through the Park. This trip om- braoen itngo iraiiHportalion tlnougb YollowHtono Park and iivo and one- 1ml f days' aucomodatioiiH at the hotels of the Yellowstone Park Auaooiallon value $100.00. No holiday trip is comparable 'f with that through Yellownlont \ Park. Iho only reason the Yel lowstone 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 — 16 May 1901

SUte Hist Librarian Society VOL , XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 16 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES. NO. 48 , ALWAYS IN FRONT , That'll where ) on'll llml nio In watch ROlllllir M > watch ITcringa sre not onlj tlio largest , but roprt'Miu t a hlRnufB In value tlift 1 ilnfv jou to equal elsewhere. Tbt re IB jjooil time , prutlcntu and econ otny In erery watch 1 cell A warrant ttiat unrranU go 3 with f" cTery one # raduttte of ( hlcntro Ontlmlmlc College. - School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , -AT- J. G. Haeberle's : Card of Thanks. It is with profound gratitude tluil I hereby publicly extend my sincere thanks to the citizens of Broken Bow and vicinity , for tboir kind solicitude nnd financial assis- IMico in my severe lose of property on the 27th of April , when my horses , barn and harness were de stroyed by lire , ignited by light ning , and especially to Clark Tnp- lett , whoso generously , unknown to me , circulated the subscription paper ir my behalf....

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 May 1901

w Custer County Republican D.M. AMBItlCltKY , IMItor mill IMibllrilicr HUOKICN Bow , NKIMASKA The antl-clgareUo forces show no disposition - * position to Biiioko the pipe of peace. The country's birth rate is Increasing. AH n kind of national baby show It Is all right Tlie tin can trust might begin busi ness by canning n few of thee Jokes about itself. Infernal machine. ' ) should not be used In courting. rlt , IB bad enough that blowings up Jake place after marriage. About the only use of the pick Eng land encourages In that Isthmian canal proposition Is to pick Haws in the prop osition. There is this resemblance between loaded trolley and a man that wny. Bach always seems to have room for one inoro. Russell Sage doesn't like the wny In which Andrew Carnegie spends his money. It sets n spendthrift example to other millionaires. Th statistics of crime in Chiesgo re- real the fact tbnt $7,200 worth of um brellas wore fitoU-n In that city Inst jonr. The humorists arc t Indicated. "Th...

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 May 1901

A DARK PICTURE. TERRIBLE CONDITION OF AFFAIRS EXISTING IN CHINA. Military Ilnlo llml Mnrtlor nn l 1'llliiRO tin1'rlco of Oco iii Uoii Lit tle ClilUlrou Wnntoiilluiinle | < l OR 1.IU1COI. NKW YOUK , May 7. The latest mall from China , says a Washington spec ial to the Tribune , has brought to the itate department new proofs of the terrible mill .icrhaps irretrievable mm- dltlons which exist under the foreign mlllUty rule in north China , Involv ing a situation not heretofore realized even in Washington , and utterly un appreciated in the United States gen erally. Tin ; eharaeter of the Intorina- tionvhleh has now come Into the ad ministration's possession Is Ktimmar- zed In the following extracts from a communication written by one of the most trusted otlteluls in the service Abroad and mailed from Pekin a month ago. "The question of raising the Indem nity , though one of the most serious for the Chinese government , Is neb paramount. All the people who are likely to know declare ...

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 May 1901

V" * Jtcpublicmi Published oTcry Thuredny nt the County Boat. 1) . 91. AMS1UUUY\ : J. a-O < llco tn Ctiftcr Hlock , Fourth Ate.- Entered nt llio poatonico nt Uroken How , Nch. , ai BOCond-clBBB mnttor for trin mlt lon tlircniK > i UioU. B. Malls. BUU80UUTION I'ltlOB : One Year , in advauco , . JI.UO TliUKSDAY , MAY 10 , 1001. While it muat be conceded by all that the re-election of William AlcKiuloy bns brought an end to the rebellion in the I'hilippineu , tlicro is another fact an potent to bo remembered , and that is that those who opposed the prosecution of the war against the insurgent ? did noi contribute to bringing about the happy lenuiimtion of the rebellion by voting for MoKitiley. They did not vote as they preached. The North River Bridge Co. , of Pennsylvania , have arranged to build a bridge from lloboken to Honhettors. The various railroads whoso business it will .luoonimodato are back of the sohnmo. It is esti mated that it will take four yo.TH to complete the br...

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 May 1901

IU4 < Co o.33.tv- Our Stock IH going fast at tlio following pi iocs. Como larly and got your shnro : 12 Ibs Oat Meal , 2Co 10 ou. bottle Queou Olives IGo t ) Ibs broken Rico 24o 8 bars of Silk Soap 26o G Ibs Good Prunes 25o 12 bars of Toueo Soap 250 | 3 Ibs Good Now Poaches , 1 Ib can H KKICINB KKK HKBCOFFKK 30o 0 Iba Navy BeatiH 2fio 1 Ib pkge ' MADJA " I7o EfaSc 6ia ! to'cto ito E BEcM BflraiSTafi fiHafiliUBT cira arc only a few peed things found in this mine. Up on our aide is a now line rf Hats , and every day Now Goods oomo down the shaft that is kept busy bringing thorn. HARRY DAY & CO. , Northeast Corner of Public Square. Si-lls the David Brndley , John Deere , rand Di'lour , LiHtors , Uidors and Walkers They are the best made. Alflo the Ohio and Now Departure Cultivator , Disks and Soedorn , Kauino Buggies and Spring Wagons. Tlu best harnoHf all kinds at prices that has put competition to think ing. See mo for Stoves , Furniture , Carpets new patterns , Tinware , Gard...

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 May 1901

& * > etty , of The made. By J. If. CONNELLY. d JfW ) , by Ilobnrt Ikm iT'lPoiii. ( AH rlrhln rwrrml ] OF ! APTHK III. Bat before John could quite make up hln mind to ( lint conclusive action , n thrill of hope run through him. He- fun * tied that lie saw his victim inou- one of her hnmlH. The motion wan HO slight flint he conld not , ut first , lie sure his utiulni-d ttlsht hnd not jilnyed him n trick. Soon , however , It wn licjond question. Her Ions , white ( incent that hnd been outspread , closed slowly , clutch ing n hnndful of loaves. . He prated , Tttvoil nnd ulinuti'il to her to "wake up , " fcnt though lie WIIB near enoimh to hear Ihe faint ruHtlhiK of the dry leaves Htii- red by her hand , hho was deaf to all the omuls he could make. He would have jlvcn years of his life to be able to get where ( the was and try to revive her , but that would have been no ICHH practica ble , hnd she been upon another planet , Instead of ntretchcd out almost beneath ils none. The pe...

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 — 16 May 1901

An cpg train of twelve refrlpator cars left Newton , Kan. , the other day lot California. After eighteen years Senator Cock- rell has recovered a wallet , stolen from him In Philadelphia. Kansrs has a state school fund of 11,600,000 , Invested In such a way that It brings In interest and reduces taxa tion. tion.Piso's Piso's Cure for Consumption is an Infallible medicine for coughs and odds. N. W. Samuel , Ocean Grove , K. J. , Feb. 17 , 1UOO. Waist bans lar e enough to hold purse , handkerchief , card , vhmrgrctte nnd often a tiny poudor pnrt and mir ror , are sucn in the delicito suede or velvet. _ At the back of the skirts thin ma terials aic sometimes gathered in at the waist , but not often ; flatness is produced by stitched plaits , as many as ten sometimes , which are far re moved from trrace. iMwiml r.ovc * HI * Farm. Among the innumerable interests thai .utaoh the royal family toSand- ringham and have Induced thu king to decide that It shall continue to bo his country home ...

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 — 16 May 1901

Luttcr From Cullfuruln. Ono of OtiBtor oounty'B former residents gives her viuwe of Cnli- foruia. DOCH not like tmow nnd Efloondulo , Unl. , May 8 , 1001. Mr. Amnborry : VVo ju t rocoivi-d your lottLT giving the namu of thu M. E. miuiulnr. Am muuli obliged : for tbo information. L L. South tunyd is ahvu and wull , and in : tt l prt'Bt'iit nuar Lovolockn , Humboldt uuutity. Novnda. Ho ImH an apiary there , aud IH there Hupi'rintending thu buHinoHH. Novnlft is for ahead of California in thu production of honey , both in quality and quantity. Mi. Southmayd will ho there moHt of thu Hummor. I hardly know- how to atiHwor your qiiuntion in ro gftrd to how wo like California ? as wo like it m Home wayH and in othora wo don't like it. It haw boon HO dry lor Hovoral yearn that wo have not rained muoh , and that makoH time quito hard for farmorH. But there IH nlwayH fruit every year , althougli tlio quality h r.ot tu good aH it would bo with moro mm. The climate IB ax nice M over , i-xcopt th...

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 — 23 May 1901

VOL XIX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 23 , 1901-EIGHT PAGES. ' NO. 49 , If yon have some rare stone , nng ct or gem , or eomu old relic In the line of Jewelry. I am at your BiTilce to imiKo a thing of beauty mill nacfnluesei To the rcmemhrnnco of pleatcnt nssocl- tlon add the charm of utility , I glvo you the Tery beet cert of work , the tort that IB dona right the lint time. No cheap work , but right work , moder ately priced , I need old gold In my repair department. Highest market price. GradHAtti of Chicago Opthaliulo College. School Books , Tablets AND School Supplies , AT J. G. Haeberle's : * Memorial Day Aimoucements. Memorial services at 51. E. church Sunday. May 20 , 2,30 p. m. All old soldiers , W. R. C. , Span iflh American soldiers , Civic sonic , tics and the people of Broken Bow and vicinity are cordially invited to join in this service ia memory of those who give their lives that the flag of our country might wavn over all this beautiful lau...

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 — 23 May 1901

r" " * * al ; > 1..IL Custer County Republican D. M. AMHIIKlt ItY , Killtnr unit I'.ihllH.iai BROKRN Bow , NICHHASKA Kussln's title to Manchuria la clear. Blip needs thi' Intnl. It docs not alfcet the general rule of prosperity thai year after yenr the bar bers report the hair crop Hliort. I ! Isn't It nbout time for President Har per of the University of Chicago to ncrapo an acquaintance with Mr. Car negie ? _ Iluss.ell Sagu says lie approves of Mr. Carnegie's course. KUdetitly Ituss has nevc'r had any hope of being remem bered In Andrew's will. It's a poor rule that won't work both ways. Many n woman has succeeded in imiKing a 1001 m a man , aim few women In making a man of a fool. A negro minstrel who.se skull was broken played for a week after the ae- cldent and IB reported to huve been as "funny as ever. " A shock Komollmos works wonders. King Udward has established a high ceremonial court dress , adding : "This Is not n republic. " If It were , Kdward would hardly be the ri...

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 — 23 May 1901

CITY IN A TUMULT / STRIKti SITUATION AI ALBANY GETTING WORSE. 7oldl.-r Hnvo Iliinil * I''nll-Strlkcr ' I'roM Hiird Upon Them , S.vinputlil/ lint Mllltlii .MIIIIIIK * ' * t Protect > Crr * Ittinnlii ) ; . AUIANY , N. Y. , Muy 10. Sosorlom was i lie situation here last night over the traction company strike that Gov ernor Odell postponed a trip to the Ktuto Institutions which he had under taken and returned to the executlvi mansion. Two thousand armed sol diers are now within the city limits , more arc coining and 2,500 are in read iness to move to Troy when Ocvernoi Odcll so orders. The streets are thronged with excited men , women nnd children , and the otherwise quiet day terminated In bloodshed. A dra matic clement was added to the days features by the sudden death of Adju tant General Iloll'mann. As long as the traction company does not attempt to move cars or bring In non-union men , the crowds on the street remain good natured , except ' for taunting the soldiers and police ...

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 — 23 May 1901

ffluatct ( So , Republican I'nblUlicil every Tlmrndny nt tlic Uonuty Bunt. tSuOTlco tn Cnrlur Klock , Fourth Ate.-fe Entered nt tin ) i > o tomco At llrokeii How , Not ) . ai BccomUclnnK mnttor for trnni-mlpMuii ilinniKli tboU. S. Malls. suiiacuimoN One Your , In fulvmico . too \ THURSDAY , MAY 23 , 1 01. Mrs. AloKinloy lm < i Htillioienily improved that tlio President wan enabled to attend thu hunching of tliu ship plno Saturday. Mr . McKinley IH now considered out of danger , but bor physicians utato HIC ! will not bo iiblo to return to Washington for several days. Mr. Uryan in already making flignH of kicking over tlio doinuura- tie tr.icoH , unices the llill-Cluvolainl wing of democracy will continiio to tolurato liin leadership. Two thousand froigbt ears IH Haid to have boon ordered built by tin * railroadH of thu country in tlio l\ht : two weeks. Tliat would indicate prosperity in rail roading. Qov. Savage has appointed Mayer Harris and Taylor Flick of this city , deloga...

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