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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1899)
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ffi Owing to the death of Mr. J. |
W. Salisbury , the firm of T. M. $
& J. W. Salisbury will sell its |
stock of Dry Goods , Clothing , |
Boots and Shoes at very reduced |
1 prices. These goods must "be sold | j
1 and the store closed- ' H
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I'ubllfhod eve < 7 TliurnJny at tlio County Boat.
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* S-Offlco In Curler lllock , Koarth Aro.-fc *
Kntorcil attliopurtoinco at llrukon Dow , Noli. ,
BI icconil cl 88inattor , for trnnsmliuloM ttirongli
tue U. 8. iniillc.
One Yo r , In advmico . . . .
TUUKSDAY , APRIL ti.son
Koyuo's majority exceeded the
anticipations of the moot sanguine.
E. U. Purcell is all that is left of
the demo-pop crowd that crowed
so lustily before election.
The republicans presented to the
voters a good ticket , and their
nominees were most handsomely
endorsed at the polls.
These republicans who joined
the fusion party because of their
disbelief in partisan politics , now
have their pains for their pay ,
Those who felt called upon to
oppose the republican party and its
nominees so severely , will now have
time to meditate upon the wisdom
of such a course.
Juugmg from the result of Tues
day election , partisan politics does
not stand in the way of the voters
when the party does not seek their
franchise by rcnrrling to deception.
That "liandfull of republicans" ,
whom the Chief claimed constituted
the republican caucus , ilcmonatrat-
od at the city election that it must
have been a pretty good sized
AHthe , law recently pustiod pro
vides for the election oi city mar
shal In cities of the second class ,
hereafter the candidates for mayor
will stand no chance of loosing
votes on account of a supposed deal
with this or that one who may be
an aspirant for appointment.
"Deception wont work , " romnrk
od a loading democrat Wednesday
morning. "Hereafter I will not go
into a fusion deal on the pretence
of "oitia-n's " '
having a - ticket.
The fuels are , the people have been
fooled HO often on that kind of a
ueal that the ) are nutting their
Governor Poynter has deserved
ly brought upon himself the indig-
n tion of the patriotic element of
the state in his veto of the resolu
tion passed by the legislature com
plimpnting the First Nebraska reg
iment for the heroism manifested
in the battles iu which they have
boon.engaged in and around Manila.
The unprecedented act not only
shows the Governor devoid of pat
riotism , of which every true and
loyal Jon of America is so proud ,
but it proves him too coarse to
conceal his hypooraoy. In his veto
uiesage ho attempts to oxouso his
oontemptablo act , and uncallodfor
insult to the Nebraska boys , by
impeaching the motives of the
rresidout for maintaining the
honor of the government , in pro-
tooting these who by the incident
of war with Spain fell to our
charge. But in his veto message
Gov. Poynter has only beep the
mouth pieooof liunnoro ultra of his
party whose every effort ainoo the
' President was forood into the war
with Spain has boon to discredit
liiH efforts and iuipeauh his molivcH ,
simply and for DO other reason
than political prejudice. I am
tiol as old as some of my readers ,
but I have a vivid ruoollootion of a
class of the north during the war
of the rebellion who were too cow
ardly to go to war on either aide ,
whoHu delight was to abuHo and
maligno President Lincoln and
impugn liia motives and
attempt to ridicule the Union
Holdiera by calling them Lincoln's
hirelings. They would not so
muoh an lift their linger to have
prevented the disruption of this
government , nor hare signed rono-
utiotiB endorsing the bravery and
8UOOC8H of the Union Soldier. In
not Qov. Pointer and a largo auui-
) or of the leaders of his party sona
and daughters of these same sires ?
Why should wo bo surprised if the
unregenerate boy follows in the
'ootHtops of his rcbllioua father ?
vutlior ihould wo be surprised if
10 did not. Father's and mothers
who have sons in the Philippines ,
enduring the horrors and privations
of war for the honor of their coun
try , (4od and humanity bo not
deceived. Qov. Pointer is not
alone in his views , ho only voices
the sentiments of the leaders of his
jarty 111 refusing to oommond our
brave heroes for their valor. Uould
a fiend from the lower regions of
hell withhold Inn applause in the
presence of grand and uoblo man-
liood bleeding and dying on the
ticld of battle in honor of his ooun
try. The morbid crowd , it is said ,
did jeer and rail on Ohrist when ,
upon the rugged cross ho gave up
his life for the wako of humanity.
b'or thorn there there is some
excuse. They were ignorant and
Ohrist prayed for their forgiyness ,
for they know not what they didi
In it possible that tiioro are those
in the 19th oontury who hold ant
and aspire to the highest otlices
within the gift of the people , who
from the lauk of knowledge are
excusable , who can not comprehend
prohond the depth of gratitude wo
ewe our own bravo Nebraska boys ?
They are offering themselves a
sacrifice in defence of the Hag and
the honor of our nation. Who
knows but they are the pioneer
missionaries who , in the providence
of God , are blazing tbo way for
the missionaries of the Gospel , who
wi.ll oivilizo and load millions of
these barbarians into the light am
liberty of Christianity.
Refuse to commend our own Nebraska -
braska sonsl No more noble , no
more brave , no more patriotic
blood over coursed the veins of anv
country. Hofuso to commend you
own sons for unparalelled patriot
ism ? Nol Such a sire has no sue ]
sons. Grapes are not gatheiod
from bramble bushes , neither ure
patriots born of traitors. Parent
and patriots , when you lay you
head upon your pillow of down to
night , in offering your prayurs fo
the protection and safe return o
our boys- , will you not lay aside al
your partisan prejudice in you
solemn moments , when none bu
yon. and your ( Jed know your vow
and inquire of yourself howloug you
will dicgrnoo our Hlato by o
men of a parly embracing null
principles , to olllcc.
A Tribute loth Niitl n'fl lTcad Ilcroc * .
I'roni'lent MoKinloy has issued n
proclamation ordering the national
llagH on public buildiugN , forts ,
i'iunH and public vessels of the U.
S. to be placed nt half mast today ,
in immory of the fallen heroes of
the American army and navy. Al
two o'clock today the bodies of the
tlui officers and private * * nho were
killed 'n Cuba and Porto Kioo dur
ing the late war with Spain , who
were not given a private burin ! by
friends , will bo buried in the Nat
ional oemetwry at Arlington , Va. ,
at which time all proper military and
nav.il honors will be paid the dead
Gov. Poyuter vetoed the item of
2,000 in the nppaopriation bill ,
which provides lor investigating
the books of the t < tate officials
Too Governor was evidently afraid
to face the search light turned
upon the acts of bin pals in office.
Gel in the band wagon. The
Republicans have Ptarlcd to the
front with a down hill pull in Bro
ken How and the tide will swoop
the county next fall.
Buiioy and a Foot Pad.
Charles Husoy , of this city , who
recently returned from Manila ,
whore ho had been nerving as a
private in the First Nebraska volun
teers , has re-enlisted and has boon
sent back to the Philippines. Pri
vate BiiHoy was discharged some
months ago , but was ambioious to
eturn to the service He r.onstd
red the hospital corpse as offering
he best opportunities for advance
ment , and last week wont to Chi-
ago , passed the necessary oxamio
ations and was sworn into the sorv-
ce of Undo Sam in the hoppital
Before leaving Chicago , Busoy
lomonstratod to a crook that a sol-
lier boy was a bad thing to run up
agamstj Ho had been i i a restaur
ant and in settling his account
hewed a large roll of bills. When
10 left the plaoo he was followed
> y a bad looking specimen of levee
ough. Though it was broad day-
ight , Busoy suspected the man was
a hold-up. II ) accordingly wont
o the Illinois Central depot , depos
ited his money with a friend and
sallied out to moet the robber , lie
md proceeded only a few foot
Tom the elation when ho met the
tough face to face. The bad man
stepped up to him and placed a
: un against his breast end said
Shell out" . Busoy , without a
word , grasped the revolver with
both hands and wrested it troin his
issailant. 1 no would-be robber
br jko into a run and Buscy put the
gun , an ugly bokiug 44 , into his
poakot. The incident attracted but
little attention as few people saw
the short HcuQlc and these who
witnessed it did not suspect the
cause. Busoy kept the gun and
will use it against the Filipinos.
Champaign Co. ( Ill's. ) Herald.
of Sunday school Convention , o
Northwest District , to be held a1
Morna , Neb. , oa May la and 14 , ' 00
N , 2:30. :
Hoiitf service , led by Louie Oosnor.
AiUrcM of Welcome , John Copnor.
Ketpoiibo , W. H. Mi Illtt
Si ecUl prnjorc for rooro earnest Snuilajr eohoo
\Tiirk und workoru.
Topic How to mtio tills Contention * succol
J. SI. Podge.
Qui'Ktlon box , In cliarco of J It. Cares * .
Alipo'iitlng of coradilttci.
8ATUIIDAT KVEH1NO , 7:30 : ,
SoijB1 * " Tlcu. led by II. C Urownlns.
1'rajcr nnil scripture lemon , ] i. T. HuJpon.
TopicU tbo general review of tbo lesson
profitable ? R.J.l'lttuvMy , follunea br W. II
Topic How canTO luduou n oloser study o
the lufitont ill U ( lordou , follorred by J. 1)
Trojur and otbera
Quuntlou box , In charge of MM. Joe Sraltb ,
Election of dincor * .
SUND1T MOKXINO. ll30. ;
Thlrtr minute * for prayer and praise service
Bone eorviuo , led by D S Weluicr.
Study of leisou , conducted by K. 1) . Atklsson
Topic Pi actlcablHty gf normal work In onll
nary Siuhlay ichoalt , J. M. Carou , followed by
Wra. Tuubg and Win. Kcodcr.
Topic In the Sunday fdiool teacher a fnlltre
nnlcM a soul winner ? Mri. U. L , AtkUson , fol
bn ed liy Mrs lion Hnrdln and Itobt . Parley .
Adjournment for illuuer.
8UN1MT , 1 " 30 r. u.
boiitf uerrlcv , led by J. O WlUou.
Topic Doot the Hunilay school promote iplr
Itualltr ? Mrs. R. T. Hadeou , tollowud by C.
Kentou and Jobii Loug.
Topto What Imntflt his thU conyentlou bee
to Jiu ? Uy members of convention
Itoporti ot coinnilttool and bnsluuia of asioula
tlon.Uloilng Bonn ,
All Sunday school workers ar
cordially invited. By order of
I have the New Success beardless
barley , also the black hulless bar
ley , at 40o per bushel ; the Japanese
buckwheat and hog millet for sale
Send orders to J , B , KLUMH , Cliff
Sunilny School Contention.
llowing ' H the progrnin for the
"forthcriHl Jistrict Siimhy School
( invention to bo hold at Sargent ,
Neb , April 1C-10 , 1890 :
aVTaitbAr VK. , 7i30l' M.
Hong and prayer service , I ) . . Allen
The ucccpslly ot Individual effort that
Ins convention prove n success , \V. D.
SUN. MOHN. , 10. A. U.
t'ralio atrvlcoVnrd Moore.
I'ruyor and icrlpture lesson , Rev
Address of Woloomo , Hov. Chaa. K ,
Hespoueu , E. E. MIoklo , Wosuott.
Huuday Scbool Lesson Taught on
Modern Prlnciploa B. J. Pitaway ,
Hnekct dinner ,
1-30 Praise eervico.
Tbe S S , Teacher us a Soul winner ,
Mabel Hull , Ruth Plckoll.
The S. S. Sup't ns u General. Prof
rnggftrt , E. Mutineer.
InaiTldualBesponBlblllty In the S.
S. , Hurry Wright , Mrs. 8pooner.
Import on Sunday echocle.
An IddttlS. S , L. W. F. Cole nnd
? cv. Bolliin.
UriuK hymn booUa , "The Fine.it of
he Wheat. " Come prepared to tnke
xirt and muko this the best convention
iargent ever bad.
A. R. DAMON , VicePros. .
there are thousands of wo
men who nearly suffer death
from irregular menses. Some
times the period " comes too
often sometimes not often
enough sometimes the flow is
too scant , and again it is too
profuse. Each symptom shows
that Nature needs help , and
that there is trouble in the or
gans concerned. Be careful
when in any of the above con
ditions. Don't take any and
every nostrum advertised to
cure female troubles.
is the one safe and euro
medicine for irregular or pain
ful menstruation. It cures all
the ailments that are caused by
irregularity , such as leucor-
rhcea , falling of the womb ,
nervousness ; pains in the head ,
back , breasts , shoulders , sides ,
hips and limbs. By regulating
the menses so that they occur
every twenty-eighth day , all
those aches disappear together.
Just before your time comes ,
get a bottle and see how much
good it will do you. Druggists
sell it at | i.
Send ( or our free book , "Perfect
Health tor Women. "
THE DRADFIBLD REGULATOR CO ,
ATLAITTA , OA.
"A word to the wise 'a sufficient , "
nnd a word from the wise should be
suillclent , but you ftsk , who are tbe
wise ? Those who know. The oft re
posted experience of trustworthy persons
may bo taken for knowledge. Mr. W.
M. Terry says Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy gives hotter satisfaction than
any other In the mnrket. Ho has been
In the drui ? business atElkton , Ky , , for
twelve yours ; has sold hundreds ot bottles
tles of this remedy and neaily all other
cough medicines manufactured , which
shows conclusively that Chamberlain'
IB the moat satisfactory to the people
For ealo by all druggists.
Frazer Axle Grease
i-c5 sM !
Not affected by Heat or Cold.
Highest Awards at Centennial *
Paris and World's Fair. -
Manufactured Cni7CD I UDDIPITflD ffl
by rnAitn LUDnlliAlUn UUi ;
Factories : Chcbgo , SL Louli , New York.
Tlie Wuy To < iu To CulKorulu
is in a tourist sleeping oar person
ally oouduoted via the BurJingtoi
Route. You don't change oars
You make fast time. You see the
finest scenery on the globe. Your
oar is not so expensively finished
nor eo fine to look at as n palace
Blooper , but it is just ns clean , jiut
as comforuble , just as good to rich
in and NEAliLY $20 CHEAPER
The Burlington excursion leave
every Thursday reaching San Fran-
oisoo Sunday and Los Angeles on
Monday. Porter with eaoh oar
Ex'jursiou manager with oaoh party
For folder giving full information
call at nearest B. & M. R. R. du-
pot or write to J. Francis , Genera
PasBongor Agent , Otnaha , Nob.
Look over the advertisements in
the RUPUDUOAN for bargains.
If you are Looking lor Bargains the
is the place to find them ; where one can
buy as cheap as another ; where a CHILD
can buy as cheap as a MAN.
Shoes worth $1.25 to 9925 go on
to our 08o bargain counter.
Dloning out Felt Boots at coat ,
Now is the time to got Sheen ; call
and nee them.
Men's Underwear OOo per suit
Shootings 3 o per yard
Dress Qoodw away below all com
Window Shades 16c to 2fio
Coffee Mills I5o
Pint Cups , 2 for 60
Dr Piereo's Golden Medical Dis
Dr. Piorco'fl Favorite Presor'n , OOo
Dr , Piorco's P. P. Pellets aoc
Piso's Consumption Cure 20o
Dr. Ward's Liniment , sm. Bize.20o
Kickapoo Indian Worm Killer , the
best in the world.
Ayer's Pills 20o
Dr. William's Pink Pills tor Palo
A lOo Tablet for 4e
Rookford Socks So pair
Men's Wool Pants. . .fti.25 < o $2,60
Outing Flannel worth 12a for..So
Ladies India Dcngola Shoes. . . .76o
Overalls 25c to 49o
Hunter Sifters tee
Bib Overalls 49o
Call and see our now line of Serge ,
Brocades and Cashmere , at prices
way below all competition. A
tine line of Calico and Prints in
tbo lnt 'st i.attorns.
Silverware given away. Market price paid
SHERIFF'S SALE ,
And lo'd to ,
GEORGE WILLING ,
Tbe entire stock of Q. W. Wilde , consisting ot Hardware , Tinware , Implements ,
three Klngtnun Corn Planters , three Diok Cultivator ? , four Tongue Cultivators ,
four Tongui'lesB Cuhiviitore nud other implements. Tbo entire atock will be solder
( or lees tbnn manufacturer's price. Cull early and get bargains. I have jtut ,
received u carload , my first ehlpmeut tbie year , of tbn Grand Detour Plonn md
Discs , with Holler Bearing Discs , Listers. Cultivators , etc , tbo David Bradley
Plows , Corn Planters , Cultivators , Listers , Dlacs of all sizes. Force Feed Endftate
Seeders , best made ; 1)6 ) Tooth oteel lever Harrows ; the Thoaiis Disk , nothing
hotter made ; Badger Cultivators , the best riding cultivator on earth ; ECO It ; the
genuine New Departure Ton > juele88 Cultivatoi ; the Stndebaker Wasron , none
butter ; nsk those who use them ; ulco the Fish Bros. Buggies of all kinds Piiaos
from $40 and up. Sen them nnd you will buy Spring wagons Kaolne , Colum
bus , bradley and other makes , bearing Binders nnd Deering Twine , the beat made.
TTnrnfKJK Bou8ut thirty sets of the s < uno that I sold so nmny of last
JJ-ttlllCOO yeargave the host of sutisfaction. See tbl httuiofl. Con
cord bolt bame , wool faced , open throat collars , can't bo beat for tbe money ;
bought before the advance. See me for harness , collars , pads and etrnp work.
TTiTrnii"ni f I have just erected n store room at tbo re , r of my old
-C " * IIJLLUI L B ore , and just received u oar of Furnlturp , and with the
present stock have the best selected and most completw stock In the el y. Iron , ,
Beds ( torn$3.50 and up. Tables , Sales , Lounges , Rockers , linbv Cubt , M&ttmB- , i
eg , Springe , Chairs , etc. , at prices well , remember I am not undersold. II you T
need an outfit for housekeeping it will pay vou to see me , _ _ _ _ _ 1
TJdr O'f e ° not P'V 869 fr " ago from peddlers when von can net ' |
XVtilJgtJO a better one from your home ( iualers for $40.rln < Ptnlntuilar ] ' .
nil steel wrought Iron Kiin o , the very beet made , with copper reservoir and high ( ,
shelf , there Is no better Bungo ramie ; fully warranted ; Otlur stovefitrn SIO$12 , ' ,
316 and up. The Wonder line , they are fully warranted. The Gnnnlne Ghddon
Wire , the beet made The lightest nnd cheapest in the end ; nnd Rd Rubber
1'alnt , no tar like Imitation ; buy the best ; it IB alwa e the cbesptet.
ftn-relncr IVfiiriVlinoe The new Goodrich and Eh itlgf from $30
CJL/WXUg J.TAav/JJ.iilUCS and up ; thev are warranted for ten years ;
have sold them lor ten years. Window Curtainc , 25c and up. Don.e mnde Tta-
ware will give you the best Bntisfnctlon , and tlneh < > p In c > > iireotloi ) witr , tt e ftore ;
all kinds of repairing done. Bice's Garden Seedn of all klmlp. Buy eaoA fresh
aeeds and you will have succeps. Millet , Barley , rtd nil kli c's of tldd htecJi ;
prices lower than any catalogue \ rtcee. HordwRre , a pBiuB nnd prices the low-
Rt. Clevifos , double and single trees. My leader , IBc plow lilt ; Foikf , Western
Wosbor , Elwood Field Fencing , the brfc made ; Cloth * s WrlngiiB ? Table and
Pocket Kutiery , nd a complete line of Revolvers and Guns ; ammunition of all
kinds ; Copper Rivets , In fact everything , and prices as low at > the lowest ; when In
need of Implement ! , Plows , Furniture , Hardware , \Vire , Tinware , It will pay you
to see mo. With low prices honorable and fair dealing , I bavo bold tbe title of
th oldest hardware store In Broken Bow. When In reed of a housekeeping ( ulflt
oal and sarn money. Have a full line of ComnsCa6ketsrand Undertaking Good *
calls attended to night or day. Tours Respectfully , GEORGL \ \ II.l ING
I Once Was Lost , but How I Have
Where ? At my door. At the Eagle Grocery. What in the
world is it , my dear ? It is at the Eagle Grocery , a mam
moth stock ef Groceries , and at the lowest prices you ever
heard of. The Eagle has been reading the papers and keep
ing posted on what was being offered for sale. They don't
say anything about Terbacker and Candy , and other good
things like that. It is not pickle dishes you want now , it is
Candy. The Eagle has 2,000 pounds of candy for sale cheap.
Christinas committees are invited to call and get my prices.
Remember the place , on the big corner , jnst east of First
W. S. SWAET , - - Proprietor.
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