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VOL , XVIII. . BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , NOVEMBER 2 1890.--EIGHT PAGES , NO 20
jj Clinton Day ,
j , ' I'UYBICIAK AND BURGEON ,
| Broken Low , Neb.
OIllco over llyoreon's grocery. Resly
donee Otb bouao west of Baptist church.
Lunch Counter ,
Ed. Nlnlloy , Prop'r.
All kinds of soft drinks. Boat
brand of oigare. 1st building east
of Farmers' bank.
0.V. . HKAL. A. P. SMITH.
Beal & Smith ,
Prompt attention clvcn to collections and real
estate. OIllco over First National Hank.
Urolteu Uow , - - Nebraska.
T. W. Bass ,
All work first class. Rooms on 2d
iloor , northwest corner Realty
block , Broken Bow , Nebr. "
E. B. Mullins ,
Physician - and - Surgeon ,
Residence first lioueo wtMt ot McComas' drug
; store. Ofllco In the Myers bnlldliiK as BOOH ns
PJ-lJroken uow , . - Nebraska.
"When the well is dry , then vro know
the worth ot water , " eald Bon Franklin.
When the eyesight begins to fall , or de
fects Appear , then wo know the worth of
glaeacB. lpranklln conferred many bless
ings upon humanity , but none greater s
than wlion ho Invented for Ma own cjo
the M-focal or double glass which enables
t those who have reached the eye failure j
age of 38 to accomplish all work both
distant and ncur , with only ono pair of
s ' glasses. si i
Graduate of Chicago Ophthalmic College ,
: ; v.i.iriv. . j. * . VravjiWVfsWifc -
te W JG. . HAEBEHLE.ffS
; . * $
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A. J. . . .
Vlco-Prce. W. D. BLACKWELL , Asa't Caohlor.
Farmers Bank of Ouster County ,
BROKEN BOW , NEB.
Transacts a General Banking Business. County Claims and
S Pratt's Stock and Poultry Food at J. C. BOWEN'S.
Lamps and Lamp Trimmings , of all kinds , at J. C. BOWEN'S.
Knives , Forks and Spoons , all kinds , at J , 0 : BOWEN'S ,
We buy Poultry at J. 0. BOWEN'S.
j ; Oar of Winter Apples just arrived at J. 0. BOWEN'S.
Clocks , all kinds , at J. C. BOWEN'S.
Rochester Hanging Lamps for good light , at J. C. BOWEN'S ,
Why can Lamps be purchased for
60c on the dollar of J. C. Bowen ?
A Puzzle on Clocks Why does J.
C. Bowen sell Clocks at 50e on the
'dollar ' ? Because he does not want the
ft jearth.A Customer.
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Has a full line oi
Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper.
Also a Fmo Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , etc. Store on
corner of Fifth avenue and Main street , Broken Bow , Nob.
Job printing at this office.
Cannon City ooal At Dierki
Oall on O. P. Parley , agent for
Pasteur Black Leg Vaooino.
Try a package of Magic Carpet
Cleaner at W. J. Woods' utoro.
W. J.Bryan apokc last night at
the depot to a crowd of about 100 ,
Watch for the date of the Gold
King , by the Broken Bow Dramatic
Mrs-Dora Keeolor of Grand Island
is visiting in this vicinity with Mrs
G. E. CadwelK
A buggy for sale every cheap or
trade for a good oaddlo.
J. M. OABESS.
Buy yourfanoy articles for Christ-
maa from the ladies of the Presby
terian church about December 1st.
City and larm properly insured
against fire , lightning and torna
does. J. M. KrMBEBLTNG.
Top cash pnoo paid for all kinds
of poultry at my elevator at all
times. tf. H. H. WIBT.
Mrs.Georigiana Collina PhiloIHi <
was visiting with her friend , MM.
Celiata Grant the first of the week.
We are compelled by laok of
space to leave out our correspondent
After thii week wo hops to be able
to give them ihe naal space.
S. D , Butcher has selected men
from every post office in the county
to write , but this excludes no one
from competing for the premium
Farms for sale and lands for rent.
Now is the time to get a farm cheap ,
as the cheap farms are all going and
prices are commencing to advance
0. C ; Wasbburn Relief Corps
will hold a fair commencing
Thanksgiving day. Place of hold
ing the fair will * be given later.
Every body will be invited to * help
mdke it a success.
Meaaera Lewia & White proprie
tors of the Broken Bow marble
works sole a few days ago a rustic
monument to R. E. Brega of Oalla-
way for his mother's grave , that
cost over 1100. It ii over 7 feet
Lost -On the streets in Broken
Bow between the Racket Bloro and
Gutteoraon'a , a buggy robe , blacken
on one aide , green on the other.
The finder will be liberally rewarded
by leaving it at Kennedy's barn.
The following pupil * of district
No. 50 , Caster Center , have boon
neither absent nor tardy for the
two weeks ending October 37th ;
Glen Ream , Edwin Wright , Harry
Wright , Ruby Baker and Lillie
Baker. KBYIN POTTS , Teacher.
There will be a sociable at the
Baptist parsonage Friday night , of
this week given by the Sunday
school for the purpose of purchas
ing a library. A program has been
arrange , besides refreshments will
be served. The public is , mvitod.
Wo have changed our lighting
system , and have ten large Roches
ter and Miller lamps , completewith
shades and spring extonsiona in
first class condition ; will sell for
less than half value. Churches
and schools should enquire at once.
o20-2w WILSON & DBAKH.
"Joshua Simkina" pastoral play *
said to be on the order of the "Old
IIomoBtead/'and other like attrac
tions , cornea to Broken Bow next
Tuesday night Nov. 7. The com
pany carries a fine band , which will
make a noonday parade. Admis
sion , 25 cents ; reserved Boata,30 and
A. W. Drake the aeoond hand
man ia now located on the weat
side of public square , and having
bought out another stock of gooda
consisting of queenaware , glassware
cutlery and furniture , he will sell ai
unheard of prices for thirty daya.
Call and Bee him and get prices
before you buy.
The pastors of Broken Bow me
Oct. 30th and organized a "Min
istors aisooiation of Broken Bow *
for the'purpoae of mutual cooperation
tion in the Lorda work. The ae
aooiation will meet each Monday at
2:30 : p.m. The first meeting to be
held at the home of Paator Vegan
of the Baptist ohurah. The officer
chosen weie Rev. Megan President
T.B. McDonald Beo'yAll minis
tera of the county are cordially in
vlted to become membera.
Jas. O. Osborno , contractor and
milder. All work first class ; for
mrtloulara , call ou or addroia him at
Farmers Restaurant moved to
bird door north of post-ofQoo
Broken Bow. oia.Oin
Mus , J. 0. WALLACE , Prop'r.
The Magip Carpet Cleaner will
clean that soiled carpet without any
tard work , and while on the floor ,
and restore the color. For sale at
WJ. Woods' furniture storo. 31
WAIT W All WAIT
DATE DATE DATE
of tbe Gold King.
There will bo a mass mooting in
broken Bow on November 8d and
4th , 1800 , under the joint auspices
ol the National American Woman
Suffrage Association , and the No-
> raska Equal Suffrage Association.
Able speakers will be present , and
an entertaining and instructive pro
gram will bo carried out.
The First National Bank , located
at Broken Bow state of Nebraska is
cloning up its affairs , all note
loldora and others , creditors of
aid association arothoreforo ( hereby
notified to present the notes and
other claims against tbe association
for payment. Oot 93rd 1800.
* H. G. Roaans , Cashier.
By special request , the Broken
Bow Dramatic Co. will repeat the
avorito of last season , "Tho Gold
King. " This , with the addition of
now specialties , will make an enter *
ainmont which all may enjoy. The
> lot is one of the boat , a mixture of
aughter and tears , so artistically
arranged as to provide an excellent
entertainment. The date will bo
Preaching 11 a.m. subject
' " " rcadeatthou" ?
'Donbti" , 7:30 "How
Bible school 10 a.m. 0 , K , 0:30 p.m.
All arp oorially ; . invited , ,
T. B. MCDONALD. Pastor ;
Last Thumday , October 0th , at
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Well * ,
wai given a very , pleasant surprise
n honor of Mra. George Longataff ,
of Sumner , who was visiting her
parent ! , Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey ,
> f thii city , th * occasion b 5ng her
birthday. An elegant dinner was
soryod , and a general good time
enjoyed by those present. Mrs.
Jongstaff received a number of use
ul and beautiful presents , to remind
lor of the occasion , and all joined
n wishing bar many happy returns
of the day. A FBIBND.
Another Marble Shop
E.D. , W.R. and I.D.Glazo of Hoi-
dregc have located in in the oily and
iave put in marble works. They
lave opened in bniinea in the build
ng south of the Beacon offioo.under
Lbo firm name of E.D. Glaze & eons.
VIr. Glaxe , the senior of the firm
las been engaged in the business
forty years and ia an experienced
artist in hii line and is up with tbe
, imos in making the latest designs.
They soliot tha public to call and
make their acquaintance , examine
their work and get prices. They
guarantee first class work and satis-
Try Wilson Broo , for all kinds
of hard and soft ooal , and aoo if
they do not merit auob. favors in
quality , weights and price. ua8-4t
Cattle For Sale.
Ono thousand head of ono , two
and three year old ulcers alee eight
hundred head of stock cattle. For
particulars enquire of W. C. Greg
ory , tf.
THRKB DOCTORS IN CONSULTATION.
From Dtnjunln Franklin.
' When you are alck , whut you like
beat Is to be cboien for a modlolno In the
first place ; what experience tells you la
best , to be ohonen In the second place ;
what ( I.e. , Theory ) uaya Is beat to bo
chosen in the last place. But If you
oan got Dr. Inclination , Dr. Experi
ence and Dr. Reason to bold a oonBnlta-
tlon , together , they will give you the
beit advloe that can bo taken. "
When you have a bad cold Dr. Inclina
tion would recommend Chamberlain's
Cough Uomedy because It is pleasant
and Bale to take. Dr.Experience would
recommend It beoanao It never falls to
effect a epeedy and permanent euro.
Dr , Reason would recommend It be
cause it ia prepared on scientific prlncl-
plei , and acts on nature'u plan in re
lieving tbe lungs , opening the eeoro-
tloni and reitorlng the system to a
natural and healthy condition. For
ale by all drugglati.
Jk , - ftfr , - - ' ' ' _ _ - - _
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum *
Alum baking powders arc tfic grtnlc&t
menacen to health of ( he present clay.
ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO. , Nt.V YORK.
EnririLD MoOLunK On November let , 1809 , at
brtdo'aparents , near Oallnway , Nobr , Mr. lieu-
lamln F. Kuptlold and Mloa Urnco McUluro ,
lUr. lluckloy officiating.
They wore kindly remembered
with both UBoful and ornamental
presents. They will go to house
keeping near Ryno , where the
groom baa lived the past two years ,
and they now have overytLing
needed to start out on the voyage
of life with the best wishes of many
BSINBU At Kpwortb , Iowa , Sunday , October
SStb , 189V , after a long lllnoes , agou 00 yuan ,
one year and twenty-ono daya ,
The deceased was a native of
Maryland , having boon born there
Sept. 8 , 1843. In 1851 ho moved
with his parents to Iowa. When
the war broke out in 1801 , ho wao
among the first to enlist in Co. A ,
Oth Iowa Inft. Ho nerved to the
oloso of the war , in 1805 , when ho
waa honorably discharged , lie par
ticipated in every battle in which
hia , company waa engaged except
one , and waa then in the hospital.
At the close of the war ho attended
the college at Cornell , Iowa , for
two years. Ho then engaged in the
mercantile business at Maquokota ,
Iowa , and later at Baldwin , Iowa.
In 1884 he located at Broken Bow ,
and engaged in the drupr business ,
and later started the Racket Store ,
with which ho was connected at the
time of his death. Owing to failing
health ho wont to Epworth , Iowa ,
to place himself under the treat
ment of hia brother , Dr. F. Reynor ,
where ho remained until death re
lieved him from his sufferings.
Since a resident , hero ho has boon
an active worker for the building
up of Broken Bow , and at an early
day laid out an addition to the
town , known as Royner'g addition.
Juno 14th , 1800 , ho was married to
Miss Emily Uamby , of Maquokota ,
Iowa , who survives him. To them
three children were born , of which
but one is now living , Allau , who is
a resident of this city , and who ,
with his mother , has charge of the
Racket Store. The funeral was
conducted yesterday from his late
residence , by the G. A , R. , Rov. J.
W. Megan preaching the funeral
sermon , The RBPUJILIOAN extends
sympathy to the bereaved relatives
To the 1'ubllc.
Our biography books wore burned ,
containing 1,500 biographies , which
can only be obtained in time for
publication in our book , by sending
us by mail to Broken Bow at once ,
a letter , answering the following
questions : Born where ? When ?
Father's name ? Married ,
when ? Whore ? To whom ?
Who was born when ?
Where ? Father's name ?
How many children ? Their
names ? Came to county when ?
Located where ? About
how many copies will you want ?
S , D. BUTCUER ,
JOBS Gandy has at all times on
his ranch , six miles southwest of
Broken Bow stock cattle for sale
Terms made on application. tf
House for Sale.
The J. 8. KItkpattiok property , tbroo
blooki from public square ; also A good
bicycle ( or sale. Enquire ot
J. 0. MAULIOJC.
HOW TO PREVENT CROUP.
Wo have two children who are subjoa
to attacks of croup. Whenever an
attack is coming on my wife gives them
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it
alwayo prevents the attack. It is a
household necessity in this oounty and
no matter what else we run out of , it
would not do to be without Chamber *
lain'e Cough Remedy. More of it is
sold here than of all other cough medi
cines combined. J. M. Nloklo , of
NIoklo Bros , , merchants , NIckloville ,
Pfti For nnle by all dr.ugg.Uia ,
Following lajtho program for the Wo *
man Suffrage county convention to beheld
hold nt Broken Bow , Friday , November
3,1890 , N
Aililretftot Manager , MlM Helen Klmber ,
Hympodumoa Woman SufTcrago.
Docs tlio wife nnd mother need It ?
Does the working Trotnon need It ? It ; Mri ,
Cnrrlo Carlos , ] ;
Does the provisional and buiincis women need
Docs the tax-paying women need Itf Vy Eon , i
0 W. Heal. '
Bhoiild womou yotors hold olllca ? Dy lion , )
James AVhltohead. <
( Time Minlt on onch P per , 10 mlnaUi. )
Anuoaaccmsiits mid ndjourumout. ,
Miulo Duet , Mrg.anttcrsou , Mrs. Btnokoy.
Indrodnctlon of Sponkcr.
Address , by Sirs JJ. II , UolJon , l'ro , Iowa W.
Bntnrd y , November 4,1B'J .
Conttreuoo with U Interested lu Wouan fluff
Dicu8 ; l ot practical plaui ot rrork ,
Do yon know enough to votoflO ml uriUI ,
by Mri. Thorp , Miss llonno
Uoci the state need Women Huflrag T (20) (
nltmtoB. ) by Mrs. Anna 1'lckot ,
Miulo. Duet by Mrs. UtUtanou.Mri , Blacky.
Muilc by Mri. Hidden.
Introducdtiotlon ot speaker.
Address , by Her. Ida U.Unltln oi 111.
Cloilug wordi ot Mnnftgor , Mls Kimbor.
Following is the dead letter list
or week ending Oct. 31st , 1800.
.lr . llnry Wnllaco. Alias L. X ! , Owona.
Mr. L. L , Lltlmtui ,
Parties calling for any of the
above will please Bay "advortis'od. "
L. II. JKWBTT , P.M.
Old fnshlon in droaa may bo received ,
but no old-taaionod tnodiolno can ro-
> laoo Chamberlain's Colic , Cliolora and
diarrhoea Bomcdy. For sale by all
WOMEN IN TROUBLE.
The Approach , of Motherhood ! the
Occasion of Much Anslety to All.
Every woman dreads the ordonl
through which she muBt pass in becom-
ng a mother. The pain and eufforing
tvnich is in store for her ia a source ot
constant anxiety , four and dread , to
Bay nothing of the danger which the
coming incident entails. The joyous
anticipations with which she looks for-
Yard to baby's coming gives way to aa
ndesorlbablo dread of the ordeal when
eho fully realizes the critical and tryln
jvont which will soon approach an <
lave to be endured.
Women should liail with delight a
remedy which insures to them Im
munity from the pain , Buffering and )
danger incidental to chlld-boaring.
Such a remedy is now offered , and
women nocd not fear longer the hour ot
childbirth. "Mother's Friend" Is a
scientific liniment and if used before
ionflnomont , gently and surely prepares
the body for the great requirements
and changes it is undergoing , insures
safety to uoth mother and child , and
takes her througli thoovent with comparative -
parativo ease and comfort. This'Won
derful remedy is praised by.every
woman who has usedit. / .
What woman is not interested in
Mother's Friend ? " This wonderful
remedy has boon tested and its price-
ess value proven by the experience of
thousands of happy mothers who
lave used it during the most critical
period of woman's life the approach
and culmination of motherhood.
It has won their everlasting praise ,
( or it gave thorn help and nope in
their most trying iiour and when
most needed. Every woman may eoma
day need "Mother's Friend. " The
little book , "Before Baby is Born. "
telling all about it , and when it ehould
bo used , will prove of great interest and
boneiit to all expectant mothers , and
will bo Bent free to any address upon
Application to the Bradliola
Company , Atlanta , Qa.
The trao teat for Life Insurance Is raj *
found In the Equity of the Contract , * $
the Economy of Management , and the J&B
Security for the Payment. & $
Bankers Life Association ,
i , tovm.
EDWAIID A. TEMPLE , President.
Organized July 1st , 1870.
Guaranty Fand for sufoty.
Surplus Fund for protection.
Wi'.V Supervised by 3,060 depository banks' .
Becnrllos deposited wltu the ntato
Preferred Itli's -Low Hates.
For rates and fall Information , call
oa or address
J. A , HARRIS ,
Agent for Caster County , Nob.
Oflleo at Farmers Bunk of Cuetor
County , Broken Uow , Neb , sp
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