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VOL XV1X , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST 9 , 1800-EIGHT PAGES. NO 8
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It yon want Rhpscs from mo , don't ex
pect to runh Into mv place , run ynnr hand
into a pllo ot cpccUclcB and liurry out
with the first pair yon "can BOO thro' . "
I shall not allow YOU to fool with roar
eyni In this way.
If yon can't allow mo time for a thor
ough pxa Inatlon tlmo to ascertain the
tronblo and rtodcio npnn the remedy time
to do jtiBtlco to yon , myielf and yonr eyes ,
don't conic to mo for yonr gliuuR.
I must know that every pair of glasies
leaving my etoro Is right absolutely
Oraduato ot Chtcneo Opthalmlo College.
J. G. Haeberle's :
I 0)o ) >
0 = 3 W
tIn a | i < ; rl > ct
> . It ftou ;
that does the business , any bungler
can buy the line kinds of mitorltil
that I uo In repairing ; but skill
is the most valuable material that
can bo used In watch repairing ;
nnd the buuKler can't buy it. 1
eell tny skill ( or what It Is worth
nud It will cost you less than
bungling at lower prices.
Jeweler nnd Opt'ciiin.
West eido of Bqunro.
PENN & DORRIS ,
All slnds of work In our line doue
promptly and In first-class order. Red
Shop on tbe corner , west of ibo hoao
house. Give us a trial.
CAMERON & REESE ,
ATTOHNBY8 & COUNSEL LOUS AT W V
JUomn 8 9 Realty block. Urofceu How. Nob.
Potatoes Onions" . , in
Steers , n
Dr. T. W. Base , dnntist , Broken
The jar rubber that koopa fruit ,
it J. C. Bo wen's
Lubricating oils of all kinds at
Wilkm'8 drug store.
Fou SALIC Two good show
W. II , OsnoiiNK. tf
Ice cream soda 5 contH a glass at
Wilkin's drug store.
Fruit jars , glagp and stone , at J.
Pepsin Gum , two packages lor a
nickel at WILKINB' PHARMACY.
Cannon Oity coal at Diorkw
Snyder Bros , etill lends all com-
> etitorH in priceswhich ac'cotiuts for
heir largo trade.
Sealing wax good for canning'
jurpobcn at Wilkiii'a drug store.
A line line of new and fresh
jroceriofi at Thompson , Rubloo &
WANTED. Three or four more
bonrdora. Enquire of Mrs. B. W. Kd
wards , in Really Block.
For drees good go to Thompson ,
Llubleo & Stevens , if you want
something elegant or cheap ,
Store room tor rent on north
side of public fcquaro.
agOtf A T. SEYBOLT
Thompson , Rubleo & Stevenn
jaa a line line of shoes. See .if
they are not just what you want.
to Mike Scanlon's Restaur
ant for the best lunch in town
When looking for bargains in dry
joods or notions you will look no
farther after you call on Snyder
Spring IH here ! Drink Sassafrasa
Tea for your blood.
If you arc sick and wish to gel
well UBO our quakar bath cabinet ,
at J. 0. Bowen's. '
Call on or write Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. when in need of an ah-
Btraot of title. E. Royso abstractor.
Write Uayden Bros. , Omaha
Wholesale Supply House for pnuet
and samples. 2 8 lyr.
See Suyder Bros. ' fine line of
ladies shoes. They are the latest
and their prices are bed rook.
Abstracts compiled promptly and
accurately by thu Broken Bow Ab
stract Co. E. Royno abstractor.
Cherry pitter that pits , at J. O.
FOR SALE Eight room house
and oue aero of land also Burdott
Organ cheap. '
7 10 tf Inquire of L. E. KOON.
Snyder Bos. have added largely to
their slock of goods and rearranged
their stook which enables thorn to
better accommodate their customers
Ben Griobel will have a public
Halo of cattle , hogs , farm machinery
and household goods at his farm
one-half mile west of Walworth , ou
August 17th. It
Attention , CuUlumeiil
I have a tine section of pasture
land and want at leant 100 head of
cattle to panture. Plenty of water
and salt guaranteed.
tf JEBSK HANDY.
Pure cider vii egar is ,1. C , Bow-
en's trade mark and it in true to
name. It is a pioklo keeper.
Bring your butter , eggs , lard and
all other country produce to Peale
& John , and got groceries , queeriB-
ware and fresh-fruit , or orders for
dry coeds , boots , shoes , hardware
nnd drugs. PK A Lie & JOHN ,
The Realty Grocers , is the place.
Snyder Bros , have the finest as-
Horlment of dry goods the city
affords. Their line of dress goods
is largo and varied. If you want
something fine or Homothing cheap
call and see thorn 8-2-tf.
A Good Thing-
Our Groat-Grendmother'H garret
containing the same herbs of all
healing found in Karl's Clover root
Ua. They ( ; ave our nncostoi
' in-iiplh , ki'pt i ho blood pure , oml
1 will do the haiuo for vou If you miy
leo. Price 25 Ud. OLd 50 ctd. Sold
'by ' J , G , llaoberlo ,
Job printing at this office.
Watch for the big pnradj Satur
Caph Oomstook of Weaoott was
among the oity visitors yesterday.
Wo will furnish the Kansas city
Journal and REPUBLICAN for 91.25
Captain Talbot wa down from
IUH ranch Monday for the purpose
of drilling Oo. M.
D. 0 Konklo , H. W. Alberts and
Alex Pioruio of VVoissort were city
Riy and Ross Armour , sons of
Judge Armour wont to Gering this
mo.ning on a short visit.
Al. Bookhaoker has sold his bar
ber shop , ever which ho has pre
sided no long , to Charles Chrysler.
David Hilton of Wei ort was a
city visitor Monday , lie reports
two inches of.ram fall there Sunday
At their Monday night session
Oo. M. oloot'ed Hugh Kenoyor
sargent and LeVin Amsberry cor
Al. Bookhaoker has purchased
the news sland at the post office of
Mrs. King. Ho took possession
TiV R. f41o&Hnn nf Tnrrnhntir
Indianna has recently located in the
city as assistant ' agent and night
o'perator for the B. & M R , R.
The lightning killed a three ytar
old colt Sunday -night for O. O.
Miller south east of town and four
cows for Eli Cox south of town.
Mcssers Stack & Holooinb , the
now proprietors of the bicycle ehop
asks the patro'nage of the publio ,
See their advertisement inthis
Leo Gordon , Peter Forney , Goo *
Davidson , ot Merna were in the oity
Monday as witnesses in the case of
the state against Hiram Wickham
and Ed. Hoagland for stealing
J. 0. Porter of Ansley , the re
publican nominee for county attor
ney libs concluded to accept the
nomination and will make vigorus
campaign for the principles of pros-
C. S. Oaborno came over from
Saigant Tuesday night , returning
Wednesday with Mrs. Osborne's
parents , Mr. and Mra. G. Hoagluud ,
who will spend ten days or two
weeks visiting at Sargent.
Lambert Walker of Walwortb ,
was a friendly caller Monday. Vie
reports corn in fine condition in
his vicinity and over an inch of rain
Sunday night. The crop of small
grain is light.
Daniel Barrett of the west table
was in the oitv Monday. He says
there is lots of oirn in hu vicinity
but that it would be improved by a
good rain. The rain fall there
Sunday night was light
Among the witness in the cattle
stealing case Monday against Hoag
land and Wiokham wore P. J.
Richardson , Frank Taylor , Harry
bwick R. B. Deatherage , Amos
Byers , GPO. Smith , Frank Wootors ,
Alouzo Oason and Jesse Ash.
F C. Wilson and daughter Ethel ,
ot Anselmo , returned Monday from
a five weeks' visit m the eastern
states. Thgy were as far east as
New York , and icturnod by the
way of the lakes. Mr. Wilson re
ports having enjoyed a pleasant
Dr. R. C. Talbot and Judge Sul-
livnn returned Tuesday noon from
their western outing. They went
as far west aa Salt Lake. They
report having seen a number of
former Broken Bow people at Salt
Lake and intermediate points.
They enjoyed a pleasant trip. *
Services in the Baptist church
next Sunday , at 11 o'clock a. m. and
8 o'clock p. m Morning subject ,
' Three B's and Throe P'e , " a ser.
mon to children. Evening subject ,
' The Second Coming of Christ , "
followed by baptism. Everybody
kindly invited to attend these ser.
We have again installed H ,
L. Frazier as foreman of this
office , who will also have charge of
job department. Mr. Frazier is a
man of largo experience in a print
ing office having spent eight years
in this office and three years in the
Chief offii'o We are now prepared
to alt"nd to job woik 'piomptly ,
and first olaus work is guaranteed ,
Bring on your work ,
Saturday , Aug. II.
BEflGft & BLOWERS
60 ALL WHITE PFOPLE 6O
3 Cars 3 Bands 3
Positively the most expensive
minstrel company ever organized
Watch for the Big1 Parade at
11:30 : a. m.
PRICES COc and 76o
\V. S. Wells , ot Merna , was a
friendly aallor at this oflloo Tues
Foil SALS OR KENT My building
ou west side of equate ,
tf H. L Fiuzum.
Fred Francos' grain etaoka wore
partially buruod last night. They
wore Btruuk by lightning.
W. E. Baker returned this morn
ing from Oconto where ho re
ports six inches of ram foil Monday
J. B. Jones , jailor ft Omaha is
visiting in the oily with hia many
friends. He hau a vacation of two
J. E Dunoanson , a pioneer in the
vicinity of Huxley was a oity visitor
yesterday , Ho now rondos at Hy-
arails and is practiuiny ; modiuino.
K. J. Walters and uauphtor Jes
sie have returned from Thedford ,
where they have been for several
weeks working on Black's ranch.
The attention of the readois of
the REPUBLICAN is oallod to the
public sale notioo of Ben and
Casper Griebel of Walworth in this
The social tea given by the Bap
tist ladies at the elegant homo ot Mrs.
Q. VV. Apple's yesterday afternoon
was quite a HUCCOSB financially and
pleasant time was enjoyed.
Fou SALE A one story cottage
with six largo rooms , pleasant yard ,
and surroundings , Price $000.
Call on L. J. Gandy or at this
office. 710th tf.
The attention of the readers of
the REPUBLICAN is oallod to the
now advertisements of Thompson ,
Ltubloo & Stevens , and of Snyder
BroH. and Wilkin's drug store this
Ye Boribo acknowledges tha re
ceipt of an invtatiou for self and
wife , from Judge and Mrs. Wm.
Plat to of Grand Island to attend
a reception of their eon , ( Japt. and
Mrs * Ralph Platte of Manila , today.
Judge Armour returned Monday
from Hot Springs 8. D. where he
ppont a week recuperating. Mrs.
Armour's health had not improved
any and she will ramain a few weeks
longer with'hopes of regaining
JohnCavenee of Georgetown who
was in the oity yesterday reports
good rains Sunday and Monday
night in lua vicinity. Ho says the
late rains will increase the feeding
properties of the early corn and
greatly increase the yeild of the
Will Bruce , who accompanied
hie father to Spokane , Washington ,
ban returned to Nebraska , and will
make his home in Alliance. He
and his family have been visiUog
here for several days. Will has
scoured a position with the B. & M.
Republican League Meeting.
All who desire to assist in organ
iziug a Republican League and
Rough Rider's club are requested to
meet at the court house , Monday
night at 8 o'clock.
Satisfied With Their Opening
S. B. 'Ihompson says his firm is
highly pleased with the patronage
of the publio of their new store at
the begining and they propose to
continue to merit the trade by fur
nishing their customers with bar *
To whom it may concern : I here *
by give notice that I will rot be
responsible for any debts contracted
by my wife , J. O. Wallace , an oho
haa recently left my bad and board
without just cause. Dated thia 0th
day of August , 1000.A
A , WALLACS ,
No other aid so great to the housewife
no other agent so useful and certain in
making delicious , pure and wholesome
foods , has ever been devised.
There arc imitation baking powders , sold cheap , by
ninny grocers. They arc made from alum , a poison
ous drug , which raiders the food injurious to liealth.
ROYAL DAKINQ fOWDER CO. , 100 WILLIAM ST. , NEW YORK.
Union Sunday School i'lcnle Post
poned Une W ok.
Not being able to secure a upoainl
train Aug. 15th the data of the
Union 8. S. picnic to Ravenna will
not bo hold until Wednesday Aug.
22nd. Traiu will leave Broken Bow
at 8 a. m.
The two rains the firbt of the
week , amounting to ever two inches ,
will increase the yield oi corn in
Ouster county thousands of bunhols.
No less than five bushels or more to
theaoro , whore the corn was not badly
damaged , can confidently bo ex
pected. The rain Sunday night was
loss than one inch , but was ouu and
one-half inches Monday night.
Northeast of town the precipitation
Morday night was about thrie
inches. The rains oxtrndod north
west as far as Hyannis , southeast
beyond Mason Oity , and southwest
beyond Oallaway. From the best
information we have boon able to
gather , the greater portion , if not
the whole of Ouster county , has
Monday afternoon John M.
Sweeney of the west table and Ed
ward Martin got into a quarrel
which resulted seriously for
Sweeney. It is reported that
Sweeney knocked Martin down.
When Martin recovered his footing
he used bin pocket knife freely , in
flicting five wounds , two of which ,
one near the heart the other in the
abdomen , it was feared would provo
fatal , but at this writing the chances
of leoovery are regarded as favor
able , lie was brought to the Bro
ken BTW hospital Tuesday for modi-
oal treatment. Martin wasarroBtod
Monday night at Anselmn , and
lodged in jail Tuesday morning ,
\-'ruro he a waits bin trial. Sheriff
Armstrong now has five prisoners ,
hold _ for criminal offences. They
are the two who burglarized Mrs
Tierney's safe at Anslcy , Wiukham
and Hoagland , for stealing cattle ,
and Mr. Martin.
I will sell at public auction , at
my farm , one and one-half miles
north and one-half mile west of
Walworth bridge , beginning at 10
a. m. sharp , ou Saturday , August
18th , 1000 , the following described
property , to-wit : Thirty head of
cattle , consisting of 3 milch cows ,
with calves by Aide , and six to have
calves this fall , seven to have calves
in the pring ; one 2-year-old bull ,
6 yearling Bteoru , and the rest is
young stock ; 10 head of horses ,
from sucking colt up to work team ;
'J4 head of Hhoats and 5 old no\vn ;
form implements and household
goods , 20 tons ot millet hay , also
Btiaw Htaokb , Free lunch at noon.
Wickham and lloa huitl Hound Orcr.
llirnm F. Wioklmm and Edward
lloagland , who were nrroutod- , t -
week on the chnrgo of stealing two
yearling steers from Press Richard
sonhad.thoir preliminary trial Mou.
day before Judge Snyder , The evi
dence produotd was very damaging
to the prisoners , and they were
bound ever in the sum of $700 for
their appearance before the district
court. Not being able to furnish
the required bond , they wore re
manded to jail lor hafc keeping.
Uoagland is a son of Mrs , Overtoil ,
of Gates , and is the same fellow
that was convicted several years
ago and sent to the penitentiary
for burning some wheat stacks for
a man by the name of Moon , north
of Now Helena. Wiokham'ri pa.
rents live in this oity , and have
been residents of this county for a
number of years , having first Hottlod
on Clear Greek , below Huxley.
The young man had been working
this season in the vicinity ol Mason
Oity. The cattle stolen Yioro found
in GOD. Davidson's corral at Merna.
Ho bought them to butcher , of the
parties charged with the theft.
Evidence was also produced by par
ties who claimed to have HOCU
Wickham and Hoagland driving
the steers in question to Merna.
Miss Madge Kay had a very alonu
call from lightning last Sunday
night. She and her mother were
alone in the north part of town.
Mrs. Kay had retired , and Madge
was standing by the pout of the
iron bedstead when slio was
knocked down. It was some time
before she rocamed ; consciousness ,
and it wan three o'clock in the
morning before Mm. Kay bad her
fully restored. The bolt of light
ning struck two trees in the yard
near the house , and around one tore
a large hole in the earth. Thu
bark on the other tree was sulit
from the top to the bottom. The
house was not injured in anyway ,
and Mrs. Kay , who occupied a
feather bed , did not oven fool the
Following in the dead letter Hut
for week ending August 7 , lOOli :
MM. Nettle Francis , (8) Mrs , Ilobt. Carter.
Mrf , Flora Cooley. Jameu H. I'roncU ,
Parties calling for the above
ploabo say advertised.
L. H. JBWBTT , P. M.
Obat ) , A. Towne has declined to
accept the nominal ion on the tail of
the demo-pop ticket. The ft'sion-
iHts will hftyo to take their democra
Now it is in order for the demo-
pop puperrt to pull down the name
of 1'ownu and uut up Sluvouuon.
The situation m China is grow
ing more critical ,
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