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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Custer County Republican — 27 June 1901

V AllftdUlO. ( Toolalo forUitweek ) O.K. Atkisson wna a Broken Bow visitor Monday. L. Wilson and F. Jacquot of Morna , wore in town Tuesday. Graoio Lewis and John Atnick wont to visit relatives at Rod Oloud Sunday night , High mass waa celebrated in Moore's hall Sunday , by Father Flannagan. A large crowd was present. Several bnaineoa and residence buildings are being painted , which improves the appearance of tlie town very much. Blanche Atkieson , Mr. Gear and Jessie Scott wont np to the Scott ranch in BlaitiO county , Monday , re turning Wednesday. Quite a hail storm struck this vicinity Monday night , doing con siderable damage in the way of breaking windows , boating down gardens etc. Sunday evening a Children's Day program WOT given at the church. The church was nicely decorated and a very good program rendered. A large crowd was present , many not gaining entrance , Anselmo needs a larger church. Threa merry loads of Sunday school children went up to Hoosier valley Sunday mor...

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 — 27 June 1901

Custer County Republican f > . til. A.MKH1CK l < V , Keillor mill I'li BHOKICN Bow , KKHHASKA Our girls niay go alfroaa to itnu'Hus bands , but men generally like to IInil Uiclr wives at home. Young Qtippn WllliPlmhm IB mild lo to ? quite a linguist , and th'.s report Is not given out by her new husband , cither. The -explorer who proposes to sock the north pole in a submarine l" > t hould have excellent prospects of find ing Andrce. The strenuous life may be n trifle swift for Japiin , after nil. for over twenty banks 1m uI'.ilcd ' recently in the little Island empire An Ohio farmer plowed up an old tea kettle which was full of ancient coins. Thin ought lo stimulate plowing all over tlint section of Oblo. It In nnld that the national debts of the world now aggregate $ : u-ilK,7-IO- ( 000. Evidently It Is no Joke to wiy Hint many of us nre living on the Interest on our debts. Two thousand tona of American rails recently arrived In England. They show the lines on which the I...

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 — 27 June 1901

TO KILL EMPEROR. tTJLL ANNOUNCE HIS MURDER BY BRIGAND" . Bon of 1'rlnro Timii Then , If All Goc W 1I tu bo Nnin - l Hl Siicci'Mor New * Kent by Iloi-Uhlll , LONDON , June 18. The correspon dent of the Globe telegraphing under todays date says he learns In Chinese quaitns that llv dowager empress presses , when the court reaches Kal Fong Ku in'llo Fang , t announce that tlie emperor has been killed by brigands and that Prince Tuan's son lias succeeded to the throne. The dowager empress will then establish a new capital at Kal Fong Fu , which -will be connected by railway with Nankin. The contract for this rail way will IHJ given to John 0. Ferguson of Boston , who , the correspondent understands , will soli the concession to the Russians. The correspondent adds that Fer guson is acting on behalf of LI Hung Chang and T.aotai Shang , who hope 1 < i escape censure by throwing the transaction upon Ferguson. KM ISM NrlKlilM.r. TlAiutisoN , N'eb. , June 18. The lit tle neighborhood of 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 — 27 June 1901

SUMMER SCHOOL ITEMS. Functunllty is llret clnss at Summer ecliooU Mr. A. P. Vnnnlco is placing special stress on diacritical marking , In reading , Mr. E , 0. Plckett drove to Cnllnwny Saturday , Prof. R. Thompson of Collawy called at our rooms Wednoedoy. Visitors are welccmc at nil tlmec. Ccmo right In nnd' make yourself fcol quite at homo. Remember tbe lecture Frldny evening by ReV. W. II. Doggett , given In tlio Episcopal church. Everybody Invited. The teachers of the Summer school hare organized n Lltfrnry Hooioty. First program Friday 2:20 : p. m. Six np.w students Imvo been enrolled this week. Ttirro nro more yet to ent er. The names of nil students are p.ivcn bolow. Mis * Jessie Ni.ion wbo was called homo by the serious sickness of her _ fia ter , in ngnln back In school. Her alster is Improving rirplilly. Scholars are coming In thick and fust Jrom every dlrecllon , swelling our num bers nnd Improving the looks of the school. Elements of Agriculture is receiving its liret Int...

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 — 4 July 1901

i WAITING FOR. A REPORT Wnttlnt ; for U.e n port from you ti-gaul- ' lujr Hint unit li \i > n nonl' ' iou've tliuiRlit iiliout It ninl tilKcd IlllOIlt 1C "tlui H noil. " will 110 Inliiiur iliiin tills dnv i'f i nlurpilKO mill Atn.Tluin jmfli I'l n in in lu > I m n\rr iinicrt u re. linliln time pieru ins tnUrtil Imlf tliu j.HH ot Illc I knwMilrlirn f nm the f.vlory to my CIIPO. In luiyir tr In iv i on trc i my crjiiT- lun t mid In ht jmli'i iiii-iit , < v i tu enuiu- tluiiL ; hut inBl * puililii" 1SQ1 Mt ? ® driuhmtu ot tluiaju O'.itlmlmlo Colloqc. School Books , \ Tablets . AND School Supplies , AT J. G. Haebcrle's : Fourth dl' .luly. All Kinds of 4th of July goods nt n&worx'n. Flass , Torioclos , Rock- ota , PibtolR , CrncUors , ( Snnkor. ) In fact ovorythiiiK Qt ! . C. isowon'tli G-2O-21. Nothrto lluI'lihlii - Owners of oily properly sio herdiv nolilud t' ) out the woods OH lliuir loin ami Mtrcctn : uid HUVO c-OHt. Jf lut frtand until cut by the city , tlio oxponsp wi...

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 — 4 July 1901

Custer County Republican I P. M. AM8M5MKV , Killtnriinil I' Bow , NlCIIKASJU There are warnings llmt : lie .tounji teen who are considering matrimony fad better get engaged. Diamonds arc tolng up. The refusal of Queen Wllhelinlim to pay the debts of her Duke Is a warning lo bankrupt noblemen to marry only 'American heiresses. If , eventually , an agreement IK made jvhcrcby the Isthmian Canal may ' ) u | > ullt without trouble , It's another argu ment In favor of peace work. Strange things continually happen. A woman In a New York court , being nsked her age. promptly answered , "thirty-six , " when everybody in court agreed that she didn't look over thirty. It Is said that the Czar of Uussla Is R good whistler , and takes espofal dc light In whistling American ritttlme airs. This may In n great mcaMiio explain - plain why so many attempts arc- being made upon his life. A man beard his suspender buckle creak whnn he breathed , and argued that he had eovcrc heart disease. He foil a...

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 — 4 July 1901

VAULT IS LOOTED TOWNOFMINDEN EXCITED OVER ATTACK ON TREASURER. \TlilIn nt Work In Court Hoiiiin Krrovcr * to Find llooin ou Kirn nnd MmTliounuml Dollars Stolen Itmvunl ollVrrd Tor C'np til re. MINDKS , Neb. , June 29. Mlndcn Is greatly exercised over the assault , late Thursday night , of County Treas urer Norln | , the robbery and setting fire to the courthouse. Treasurer Norlln was driven to the courthouse this morning , where he looked over the ruins as host he could , as he Is still In a dazed condition , ll.'s story of the affair Is totheollect that , being rushed to get out the treasurer's semi-annual .repoit , he had gone to the courthouse alter supper and worked until about I1:15 : , when ho looked the door and wont to a restaurant for a glass of lemonade. On his return to work he still seemed thirsty , and went to the hydrant , abuiit lifteen feet from the door of his otllcc , and got a drink of water. He then locked the door and went to work again. After working pD.vslbly ...

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 — 4 July 1901

a , PuWBitti drrry Thorwlny nt u < < ; . .IIM ; D. , Potitth Eattrtd tit the t lirAhi-n/BO , Neb. , 4t fn f-nTimofrntoi thr " 'ign ' Vi. 1 V * U. fit TW f' ' > ' " ' - " ' * ' * Hib bas'already i.ilu n brick wTt4r on their initiative and referendum plfu.of rominRtint ? onotlidate * for olfloe at the primaries mid plead at * nn oxcuHe that ttiey hnvo not moans for posture and ballot's : ankes H H b" ' i. k y Dintedpntorop f $ > - ' * ' ' , .1 ! V ) " v . Il 1- 1't /'t I wwr 'UNI w.liv II"- ; > ublK'ni < M i ru ; r V ! .i 1)1 ) 'tti fii u ar > < ' < ) - c Iiti uoq * ' U -on t < fc < ; . 'tn M , If . ; > ' tl ! x'f , , r < l\ . , . , ! , tj * o . m . I , . " tiu'H' ' f.iv in Uifj ; i'i -4ljuli ' -i-jU plant Vj. ' v ' ' vit' .s nil v..uuv , " * " ' to"p'l , n li.i.OOO iat , i | . , , MTd'ur ; i : , nn.il . i ' JI'IH . ' . i < iin'kly -wi. nfi- ' < d to h iua - ia . - , i trt * A.Tthj i ' ' 'Oil. ' . a tti IS -I , , IT l'f ' > " -ii pf . . ...

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 — 4 July 1901

Ilylin. RynoJuly2 , 1001. Unusually hot since last writing. Mercury from 90 to 104 in the shade. II G. Donnol picked forty-two butthelli of Hit aw hurries Irom leap than half an aoru of ground' Uivers ide nchool board elected L M. I'ickett , direotor. Donnoll and McDcrmott hold over. High school ojiried. School mariuH ou t e warpath. Next il will be candidates , and coupled uith the heat makes it al most unbearable. Born , to Mr. and Mrs. J. MoOluro June 20 , a daughter. Mother and babe doing well. Joe is a bit huf fy. Rather had a boy as he has a lot of weedy corn to cultivate. Soil getting dry again , rain will be benan'cial Corn maku.i ? u pho uomiual growth. Wheat making a fair showing iu some tieldrf Ryu thin , ripening , gr < tss never better. Several days ninoo , ni MI-H. A ) . Coopezr was loturntug from the Bow , the horses rn away , throwing her out of the \\agon fracturing hevcral nbt. The horses ran a short dis- tauue sustaining no injury. ortuiiu N Llaau't it been a r...

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 — 4 July 1901

I etty , ot "f be Old ( jrudrje. By .1. 11. CONNELLY. OopyrlElit. 18U ' ri 1B3.1. by Rohort lion frV Son * . [ All ileht * reiwjrrpd J OUAPTUIt XII. ; Dny" waa OIILof the great the ypiir. Men who had "ill v * Wrltiifli" were not scarce ; the Mcxl- JSWE War ypt too n-efiit for HH licrous to SJ * m el > spoken of nn "vctrrans , " except * r.wrstorii'al oilert ; ami a vaguely pli-an- on pervnilcil the country that -tfkr citi/en slionld Hland , meta- with a chip on his shoulder , oomc effete monarchy to "knock pot licked. " Martial uplrlt and lirhlc Htiiinilatcd a general inter- Jjfi'iihiR alive military organl/.a- Of course , the best "volunteer" w , axjust HOC iniirli xcrvlce before they the -HtcJiillness and ( llsclpllnc of and our host military estab- attaliiDblc then waa very far oh perfection as the severely 'f- fobool of civil war ban nine1 us an tlic ailaptatlon of our mill- lorcos for ready mohilir.ation as a ( iiinril. " But our militia was .then , la proportion to the popu...

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 — 4 July 1901

Miifltnrd Pickle. One quart each of small whole cu cumbers , largo cucumbers sliced , green tomatoes sliced , and small button onions , one large cauliflower divided Into flowerets , and four green peppers cut flue. Make a brine of four quarts of water and one pint of salt ; pout- It over the mixture of vegetables ami let It soak twenty-four hours. Heat just enough to scald It , and turn Into a colander to drain. Mix one cup of Hour. lx tablespoonfuls of ground mustard , and one tablespoonful of turmeric with enough cold vinegar to make a smooth paste , then add one cup of sugar , and Bufliclent vinegar to make two quarts In all. Boll this mixture until It thick ens and Is smooth , stirring all the lime , then adtMhc vegetables , and cook until well heated through. Khiilmrl ) , If the first hot water with which rhu barb is covered is drained off after landing ten minutes , the acidity will be lessened. lUiubarb is richer baked than stewed. Make enough sirup of granulated sugar to re...

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 — 4 July 1901

Our Aiutey Chronicle Wo nro indebted to Welcome Onrtin , Sr , , for an exceedingly fine box of fltrawborrics of hiH own rais ing. Mr. Curtis hau a fine utrnw- beirypntoli , yielding the Uncut anJ largoat BtrawborrioH , wo dareHay , every seen in Analcy , imported ones not oxuoptod. Ho says any body onn raise strawberries , and tine ( Joining autumn he will furnish plants and Hot them out for $1 a hundred. Henry Zimmerman is holding down the responsible position of moulder in Varnoy's brick factory. They say Henry is iin export. The Broken How Republican has reached the ago of twenty yoare. The Republican is the oldest nowe. paper in the county and the Cliron- isle comes next , being two years younger. 0. B. Foster has 140 acres of small grain which ho aays is un harmed by chinch bugs. In addi tion to this ho has -1C acres of corn. This means a great donl , and it means a great deal moro when taken into consideration that Mr. Fouler is over sixty yoarft old and has done the work hims...

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 — 11 July 1901

nn VOL , XX , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 11 , 1901-EIGllT PAGES , M ) , 4 It will jioy ynn 10 tieur me ID mlndwhuu In ccetl of anything HfUftlly ftiiiud In u tint class Irwehjr store. Hear mo In tiiltit ] alog wltli thu coming wedding I've got ju \vliat vou want to give , at Just Hie iircojou wniit to pay. Utarmeatm ihUln inlud I Itnd , nev er fallow , In quality ot goods , In low prices , In treattnint of my customers Graduate of Chicago Outlialmlc School Books , Tablets AND- School Supplies , J. G. Haeberie's ; PURE Pickling 7mcg > ? 9 * t J. C. Bowen'e. Attention fompnuy M. Order No. 10. July 8 , 1001. Thursday , July 18th * , has been the date fixed by Co ! . Trtlbot for general inspection of company and company property. You are therefore commanded to report at Armory in Broken Bow , a * . 8 o'clock , in.tho forenoon , on July 18th , for inspection and drill. No man will be excused save for sickness. The day drill heretofore ? et for the lotb 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 — 11 July 1901

Custcr County Republican P.H. AMHIIKUIIV , Killtornml I'l BllOKKN BOW , NKHUASK/ It is a wise railway Hint knows who wns It. The boy who says lie would rather lvo his quarter to thebmlghlod boatlicn tlinn go to Iliu dims will bear watching. British ship owner * are eomblnlng to fight .7. Plcrpont Morgan. Wo hope Uioy Imvo picked out n "Ice soft spot to fall on. Tbcro IB a possibility that the .South west niny but out lieu oil wells u trlllo fntftcr than the Standard Company can Bold them. A ninn of : i5 IIIIH married a woman of Bl "for love. " Yon never can tell what A man will do when his taste runs to the tertiary period. A Now York waiter tried to "lick" a man who accused him of. being a .fTrench count. Now and then even the tvorui docs a turn. There Is something decidedly tiro- wmo In the tales about butlers , cooks Mid their friends becoming rich through the tips of their employers. Now that King Edward has pressed the Icze majesty button , Emperor Wil liam will have to hitch u...

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 — 11 July 1901

BIG STRIKE IS ON SHEET STEEL MILL MEN TRYING TO TIE UP PLANTS- fltrllto Not OUR nf U'nRps , Hut to Ucinntiil Ilccognltloii of Union tr iiK Ilopuof n Settlement Vacation Benson nt Hum ! . , Pm'sutma , P.I.I July 2. As a re sult of Hie refusal of the representa tives of the American Sheet Steel company and the American Steel Hoop company , subsidiary companies of the great United States Steel corporation , to sign the worker's new scale at Sat urday's conference , circulars wore sent out from the national headquarters of the amalgamated association of iron , , steel and tin workers yesterday and today declaring a strike at all the plants of the two combines. The # reat strike is on , but it will bo sever al days before its actual extent is known. At , the outset , however , over 30,000 men are Involved. The American Steel company's main olllces are in the city. The company lias three non-union plants in this city and a non-union plant at Monessen and one at Duncanvllle , though the em...

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 — 11 July 1901

dlo , Republican Pnbltchcil orcry Thursday nt tlio County Boat , l. AMSHIUKVEditor : tjj.O'llco In Cnnlor Block , Fourth ATO.-V Entered nt lh Jioatofllco nt Broken How , Noli. , AS BocontUfllaaflmnttur tor transuiltnluu through thoU. 8. Malls. ' SUnSOHHTION MUCK : One YearIn advance . . . . . 51.00 THURSDAY , JULY 11,1901. M the old Bottlers' mooting in Lindloy's grove yesterday the pros pective candidates for oflioo on the fusion ticket wore thick. Polities in gelling lo n roclhot heat in the fusion rnnku of thin oounty. The trouble seems to bo that there are not enough ofliutH to go rOUMl. J. F. Foxworlhy , of Ryrio , is a candidate for the republican noinl \\A \ \ nation for counly olork , Mr. Fox- worthy has been ono of Iho wliool horses in Iho past few yearn , a failh- ful worker , a good oili/.an , and is worlhy of recognition. Should ho get the nomination and be oloutut ] , he will provo a faithful oilicor. The Beacon and Chief last week , contained n lotler froiuHOino poor u...

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 — 11 July 1901

' Georgetown. The 4th was oolobratod hero by several family parties and a family reunion in Highland grove , At uigbt a aublimo electrical display and thunder to boat tbe band , ac companied with n glorious rain. - \ A nuinbor of our young people - IJ' went to Eddyvillo to an entertain- < $ meat tlio evening of July 4th Tbe rain aud hail held thorn up till 3 o'clock in the morning. Paul amith , whoso parents are visiting nt ,1. E. Cave1 ' , fell from a b.ii e ! ( Its 4' i i. h broke both boi.i'n of bin lurf xi' " IK * is t uodor tlio care of IrTulbo , j ViUf/liii Campli'll has 1 is ti p invention at work in iho nll''i tield , liibu'n by lo hi-ife- , ' i h scoops iMui-nhopi'ttM ii h > he bushel , : At a meeting ol tlio ml f. 1 bmrd of the Burr Oak dietm-i. , iutii\ \ Caveuee was clectcd'to till the it\- candy ociHsioued by thu removal of Ned Pierce to Ktldyvlllo , Hvilit. x ( liyno , July 9 , 1001. No kids lo report this week" . . H. G. Donncl marketed hogB at Ooonto today. B. ...

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 — 11 July 1901

! & &i&&yZXf&Z etty , ot j he . By J. H. CONNELLY. Cfip/rlslit , IBM d 18KI , b/Hobnrt Uon cr'ifiwii. tAII rlphU re * rr d ) CIIAI'TIOU Xll.-tCoiiliuued. ) Quick nnd terrible In bN sudden wrath the Riant sprang to Ids feet and without n word blurted nt a rapid wulk for the hcene of conlllct. His lu-nvy rillo was Kripped iu his left liuud .and his friends , louring he Avould do a score ot murders If he went Into a li ht with that weapon even though be u.sed it only as a club luid hold of It und of him , crying : "Leave the nun , Uncle David ! Leave the gun ! " A dozen of them together so tried to hold him , but soiling his Jaws together , tightly , and with his eyes bla/.lng , he utroQu on , not seeming oven to observe what they were doing. And the terror ' of his coming Hew ahead of him , no that fleeing Mulveils shrieked Into MrClos- kcy's ns they Juried by : "Uniil Save yourselvesl Uncle Dave IK coming ! " dimerous , ( locking from all directions at the war-cry...

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 — 11 July 1901

\ Onte that Cannot The cut shows a plan of construction for n gate that avoids the great Incon venience of sagging. The framework about the gate holds the posts rigidly in place , while the cross supports of the gate Itself are arranged so , accordIng - Ing to the laws of mechanics , that sag ging Is almost an impossibility. Such a gateway , moreover , has an "air" to It a trlmness and an evidence of sub stantial building that makes It a cred it to the farm. Too few realize how the mall , untidy affairs , like sagging gates , dilapidated fences , well curbs , etc. , give to onlookers the Impression of general ly slovenly farm practice. Very often , It must be admitted , such an Impros- A BKBVlOEAnijB OATE. lon is just. Pride may , generally speaking , be the forerunner of a fall , but pride in the appearance of one's farm buildings , fences , stock , etc. , is purely the sort of thing that indicates and goes with good farming in all its branches. New York Tribune. Cheap Cover for ll...

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 July 1901

lToit rrtll 53 , by Fowler , excusing iho cnmllilittiN for towiulilp , iirot'lnct M'Mlimil district cill. < Iron lllliu ; lMimu.\ ii'ul Llei.ttiii ! i- . i inns au'diihl . lltu.M ) roll 0 , by llathorn , provid ing punishment for Illegal voting In nuy precinct , school district , village or ward. Imprisonment In thii county Jnll not moie than three months and u flue not to exceed iflOO nor loss than § 25 may be the Judgment of the court for each offence. The emergency clause la attached. Tlio bill reads ns follows : "Any person Ayho shall vote In any precinct , school district , village or In any ward of u city in this state In which he lias not actually resided ten (10) ( ) days or such length of time as required by law next preceding tbo election , or Into which he shall have come for temporary purposes merely , shall on conviction thereof be fined In any sum not cxcedlng one hun dred ( $100) dollars nor less than twenty-fire ( ? 2 , " > dollars , and be Im prisoned In the j...

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