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VOL XViL BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA THURSDAY
, , APRIL 6,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 38
< $ N 44 wNN i 4 $
Line of Spring Goods
Just Becelved at
& Cos
W © have Special Bargains
six days In the week.
I Our Stock Is complete and up-
to-date.
Prices the "best In the city.
Call and be convinced.
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iMy Wheels Are Here and so |
PI Are my Sundries. ; i
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Morgan and Wroghl jtirea , 28 inch $0 50. ,
: | X Ray lamp. . . \ 175.
S Tourists C'jtse 1.00.
' 'S Sokep | ; per dozen ' . 25. j&Jj
'ii- Fiber giips p r pir 16.
jj Toe clips per pair 05.
| | Trotiaer giiardn per pair 02.
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, 1 EDWIN F. MYERS , ; V 1
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Broken 33ow , Nebr.
A10 per cent Discount for Thirty Days Only
To make room for bur large Spring Stouk , we will give a 10 per
cent discount discount off our regular low prices on all our Halts and Shoes
81.00 Hats go at 90u
1.50 Hats go at '
* 1 35
2.00 Uiite
fro at 1 80
3 00 Hats
at
go
2 70
$1.00 Shoos go at. . , - 90o
. 1.50 ShoeH go at , $1.35
'J. 00 Shoc-H go at 1.80
3.00 Shoes go at 270
Standard LL. Muslin at
3o yd
On our $4,000.00 Stock ol Hats'and ShoeH you.save 8420 by thia dis
count ualo.
res :
Do not Miss this Opportunity.
Goods all Marked in Plain Figures.
SNYDBR BROS ,
Leaders in Low Prices.
Local Mention.
I want potatoes. J. N. Pualo.
Lot the will of the majority rule.
I liavo alfalfa and millet seed for
sale. J. N. PKALK.
Cannon City coal at Diorks
Lumber Co'
Try iny evaporated fruits.
J. N. Poalo.
J. B. Klump , of Cliff , was a oily
visitor Tuesday.
The M. E church is to bo dedi
cated next Sunday.
A good farm to rent. Call on
Mrs. A. W , Gaudy. 2
Fresh vegetables and fruits for
sale at J. N. 1'oalo's ,
T have potatoes for sale from 15
cts per bu. up. J. N. Poalo.
S. D. Wiloox , of Upton , was
among the city visitors Tuesoay.
I buy and sell corn and oats ,
J. N. Pealo.
Fen RENT : Fifty acres of corn
ground. Frank Woisonredor.
Daniel Barrett , of the West Ta
ble , was a county seat visitor Mon
day.
All kinds of bulk ard paukat-o
garden seed for sale at J. N.
Peale's.
Rev. S. C. Cadwdll ia quite nick
at tlio homo of hie nephew , Willis
Cad well.
Amy Amsbeny closed a six
tnontus lorni 01 souooi in 1110 iianoy
district last Friday.
The LAnaicsT line of ladies and
gents watches in the county at Ed.
MoComas' .
M. A , Proper went to Lincoln
Monday to engage in canvassing
for a publishing bouse.
J. II. Chapman , of Callaway , was
a city visitor Monday. Ho returned
home Tuesday morning.
The latest in LADIES BELT
BUCKLES and NBOK CLASPS just
rouoivod at Ed. McComas' .
City and larm property insured
against fire , lightning and torna
does. J. AI. KiiiitKKUNa.
FOR SALE A nix room house
barn and other improvement ? . For
particulars call tit this oilico. tf
The state legislature adjourned
last Friday noon in history , but in
fact not until Sunday evening.
Just received another stock oi
L Amits SET UIKGB. THEY AUK
Doautios. ED. McCoifAS.
HOKSIJS Eight good work hornea
or sale by , S. L. QIOVEK & SON ,
Dry Valley.
I am now prepared to do plain
; amily sewing , also dross making.
31 AIiis. LILLIB KING.
WANTBD Cattle to pasture For
particulars enquire of E. M. Scott ,
of Anselmo , or W. C. Gregory. 4
Doctor Day has located in our
city and has his office over Ryor-
grocery store south of Pot > t-
ottic- <
Ausley , Callaway and Merna
voted in favor of license. Brok'en
Bow , it seems , will have to go it
alone this year.
A complete line of LAUIKS
CHAINS in GOLD FILLED , BEAD
and SILK GUAUD. Call and see
them. En.-McCoMAB
The Broken Bow hoHpital in in
nplfiidid condition for caring for
the sick. Trained nurses in attend
acco. Prices reasonable. tf
Dr. Graham's new method of
extracting teeth is absolutely pain
less. No sore mouth , as in the use
of other local anconthetics a25
Mrn Pearl Forsyth , of Ni-w
Helena , lu visiting in the city with
her parents , Mr. and Mrs. W. S.
Swan , and other friends in the city
Mrs , Barrett has received her
first invoice of millinery. Those
winning hatp willjlo well to call
and examine her stock. At Iforna ,
Neb , 3.30tf
Fin Morris , of Sarpont , was a
city visitor Tuesday. Like the rest
of the Sargent people , ho ia feeling
jubiliant over their prospects for a
rail road.
A. E. Stratton and family wont
to Central City last Friday morn
ing , where Mr. Straiten has been
transferred to toke charge of the
Fopter & Smith lumber and coal
busini'hrt at that place. Ho ordered
the REPUBLICAN sent to his address ,
in order to keep posted on the local
affairs ol thia vicinity ,
Rov. Teagarden has sold his res-
tdcnoo property to Prof , J. A , Ad-
amson. lie ro-invoHtcd in the
house of Mrs , Mary Ream , on the
north side.
Senator Curriu and clerk of the
senate , Alpha Morgan , returned
from Lincoln in time to east their
ballot where it would do the moat
good , Tuesday.
This oflioo acknowledges a
friendly visit from Lewis Proper ,
of Bonopart , Iowa , who ia hero
visiting with the family of bis son ,
M. A. Proper.
Have you got your ticket for the
hypnotic show next week , April 10 ,
11 and 12 ? Tickets on sale at
post oilico and Wilson & Drake's.
Prices 10 , 20 and 30 conts.
J. L. Burk returned from Illinois
Saturday night , where ho went a
few weeks ago with a shipment of
norsos. uo succeeded m soiling
all his horses at fair figures.
'Miss Rachel Caress , of Gaudy ,
known to many of the readers of
the HKPUIILIOAN , was marrird on
Tuesday of last wock to a Mr. Mo-
Grew , a North Platte merchant.
Farms for sale and lauds for rent.
Now is the time to get a farm cheap ,
as the cheap farms are all going and
prices are commencing to advance
rapidly. ,1.G Brenizcr.
LOST Late last fall , a pair of
white leather traces , considerably
worn. $1.00 reward will bo paid
to anyone returning thorn.
aO-3 TA.YLOU FLICK.
lirokon Jjfow will try it tue com
ing year without licensing the
liquor trafio. 11 will bo our first
experience on that line since wo
immerged from a village to a city.
W. II Cline , of Deer Crook ,
called Tuosdav. Ho reports that
bo saw one man gathering corn as
bo came along , which would iudi
cate that all the farmers arc not
ready for spring work yot.
Foil SALB : 13m residence loca
tion in.tho city , two lots , corner of
bloc ! : , " 90x112 ft. Vacant lots just
vest of , / . .1. Wilson's now resi
donee. Cash purchaser will receive
a rare bargain. tf JUD KAY.
Representative Taylor doubtless
comes homo with considerable sat
infliction , as he has boon able to
real i z ; ' the desire of bis ambition ,
in the enactment of a law which
reduces Jas. Stookham's salary as
district clerk to $1,000 a year.
Diah Woodruff , of Georgetown ,
was a friendly caller Tuesday. He
tiad just returned from Omaha ,
whorw ho shipped a oar each of oat-
tie and hogs last week. Ho reports
tiaving recoivad very satisfactory
prices.
Silas Thompson , of Upton , woni
to Omaha the first of the week with
two car loada of oat'le. Mr.
Thompson- one of the men who
not only believes that prosperity
has struck this country under the
\IcKinloy administration , but he is
one of them that in reaping the ben
otit ol high priced cattle.
Naro could laugh while Rome
burned , and the ignorant Jews jeer
ind rail on Christ while dying rn
the rugged cross , but Gov. Poyn.
tor , the demo-pop governor , who
votoca the resolutions of thanks to
the Nebraska soldiora in the Phil
ippines for their heroism and vie-
tones , has no paralell in modern
times.
Mrs. Thomas Smith , of Eudoll ,
was a oity visitor the first of the
week. From her report we would
ir.for that there are a low loft in
that vicinity that have little respect
for law or the rights of of others.
Those who undertake to take the
execution of law in thflir own
handn , thereby becomes law br < n'
( TH and are liable to get lhomnelve.s
into trouble sooner or later ,
S. J. Winch , of Elk Crook , made
this office a friendly call yesterday.
Wo learn from him that ho has a
son in company M. at Manila.
Mr. Winch is one of the early
settler ? of his locality , and by the
way one of the prominent organizers
ors of the alliance party in this
county , being ono of the original
stock holders in the Beacon , but
he is ono among the many of the
early day populists who arc begin
ning to SGO that they have bef n
used merely an cats' paws to pull
the chestnuts out of the lire for the
kid gloved gontn who are above
recognizing them on the ntrools.
Suffice to say that ho is no longer a
pop , and is frank to aay that "Wm.
MoKinley has raado the boot presi
dent since Andrew Jaokuou. "
Prof , Walsh , the Great French
Hypnotist , with his poorlcHH com
pany of Boloct subjects , will bo at
the opera house tbroo nights next
week. Tiokeld on sale at pnnt of.
tloo and 'Yilson & Drake's. PIIOOH ,
10 , QO and 30 conts. Ladies free
first night , when accompanied by a
gentleman with ono paid 30c ticket ,
Tickets to bo bought before 7 p. m ,
Will L. Kulo is the name of the
man aont hero by Foster & Smith
to take charge ol the lumber and
coal business at thin place , vice , A.
E. Slratlon , who has boon trans *
ferred to Central City. Mr. Rule
cornea hero from the southeastern
part of the state , but was formerly
of Illinois , where his family is yot.
They will locate in the city au BOOH
as ho can find a suitable hoiisn to
occupy. Mr. Rule is a very pleas
ant appearing pentloman , and it IH
with nlmiHiirn tltn lici > mu.inAV nv.
tends to him a wolcomo.
Dr. Roa , whoflo advertisement
appears elsewhere , confines his
practice to diseases of long stand'
ing , and which physicians of local
fame have given up as incurable.
Ho holds ( iiploinps in some of the
beat colleges in America , and has
praotiood his protessiou in Homo of
the largest mudioal institutions in
the world. The great increase in
the number of his patients ; il each
suoousjivo visit to thia place is a
euro indication of the esteem in
which ho is hold , both profession
ally and as n gontloiian. ]
Mrfl. Kato Barb ur , of Harvard ,
state organiser oftbo P. E. 0. sia-
terhood , was in our oity Wednes
day , and instituted a chapter of P.
E. O. Wednesday afternoon and
evening , at the residence of Mrs.
Willing. The ladiou constituting
the charter members of the Broken
Bow chapter are MosdameB Wil
ling , Hunter , Adamson , Drake , Sal
isbury and Wilson , and MUuos Rob
ertson , Bool and Alexander , and
are officered by Mrs Humphrey ,
president ; Mrs. Willing , vice-
president ; Mrs , Wilson , secretary ;
Mrn. Hunter , chaplain ; after the
installation of officers the ladieu
partook of an elegant spread with
Mrs. Willing , Thu P. E. O sis-
; orhood is highly spoken of by all
ts members , and the RKPUULIOAIT
liopcs to see it flourish in our city ,
as its influence for good IH unques
tioned.
A. It. SAMPSON ] ) KAI > *
Will Cole received a toloyram
from his sister , Mrs. A. R. Sam-on ,
that her husband , A R. Samson ,
died last night at Boise City , Idaho ,
where ho and family have made
their homo for several yoars. The
deceased was formerly a resident
of this city and had a host of frinudn
here , who will join the RKPUBLIOAN
in extending sympathy to his fam
ily , and relatives who live hero.
Fou RUNT Good house , with
barn , etc. Enquire at this oflioo , or
at Hrrry Bangs' photograph gallery.
Moved !
on cor. south of P. O. ,
A. E. ANDERSON ,
Watchmaker and Jeweler , formerly
north side.
Fine Pcrcliurou Stallion for Sale.
Not being able , owing to my
advanced uu mid poor health , to
take care of him , I am o.Toring to
sell my thoroughbred Perchoroii
stallion at a bargain . Time will do
given to suit the purchaser. Call
on ran at once , or write mo at Bro
ken Bow. 3 30-3 II , WALTON.
For Halo.
For sale , 100 bushels of flax Heed.
It is clear of mustard and is in fine
condition for sowing. Price 80
cents. Three miles north of Bro
ken Bow
4t F. A.
Vulcun Up.
A bay horsu , blaok mane and tail ,
at ray place of residence nine rnilos
west of Broken Bow , on the Mi-
landa Longfellow farm.
3-30,4 RionAiii ) BnvAN.
1 was reiKJlnK nn ndvertlsotuont of
Clinmbertnin'B Colic , Cholera and Dlar-
rhoefl Remedy hi ttio Worcester Enter
prise recently , which loads ine to write
this , I can truthfully say I never uuod
any remedy equal to it for colic mid
diarrhoea. I have never had to UBO
more than one or two dos B to euro the
worst cafe with myeulf or children \V.
A. Strotid , Pnporaoke City , Mil. For
nalo by all
Buoiclon's Arnlcn Salvo.
THK HKST SALVK in the world for
bruise ? , eoroa , ulourR , twit rheum , fuvar
sores , totter , olmppod hnnda , chilblains
corns , find nil xkln eruption , and posi
tively I'vres plles.or uo pay required. It
IB guaranteed to lvo flntlefaotion or
money refunded. Price 25 o per box.
'For sale by all druggists.
CUT ELECTION.
The oily election , Tuesday , wai
ono of the moat hotlv contested
over hold in the oity. The prinoi.
pin issue was political. Both the
republicans and fuaioniata had tick-
eta in the field asking the suffrage
of the people. The hoonao ques
tion was nn important factor that
cut no little figure in the result.
Both political organizations had
pnsHod resolutions pledging their
nominoofl to abide by the majority
vote on the question of liquor II-
oonso , but the republican nominees
wore regarded by the voteni at
most nearly representing the torn ,
pcraucc clement , and as a result
they got the support of that class
of voters , with but low executions.
of all parties. Upon the other |
hand , a number of republicans who :
favored licotuo supported the fus
ion nominoop , fooling they were
moro favorable to their views of
the question , so in this way a
double issue was at otako. Strong
populists , who wore against lioonoo ,
supported the republican ticket and
republicans who favored lioanao
supported the citizen's ticket , but
as Ed. Royce , the republican uom-
itiuo lor mayor , was elected by
eighty six majority over J. J. Wil
son , carrying each ward in the oity ,
and as license was defeated by onl/
sixteen votes , it argues that many
republicans who favored license
alao voted for Royoe for mayor.
The vote on city clerk was the least
complicated and comes nearest of
showing the republican majority in '
the oily. The vote was thirty BIZ
majority for R , D. Picket , ropub *
licauv. ever C. H. Holoomb.
AH both Bides wuro confident of
success they both worked bard all
day. Every voter : in tbo oity waa
induced by either ono or the other
side to go to the polls and vote ,
yet the election , while animated ,
wr.s quiet and the boat of fooling
prevailed among the workers of iho
different political parties. The
miration of lovyiiiu five mills for
electric light purposes wns not
generally undoretood by the people
and foi that reason was defeated
by a small majority. The repub
licans elected every officer except
councilman in the second ward ,
where E. It. Purcell was olooted
over J. W. Bruoo by seveu votes.
This ward bus always been
the "Irish word"
regarded as or
populist strong hold , and none
were surprised ever the outcome ,
yet better results were hoped for.
The first ward still retains the
honor of being the banner ward of
the oily. It gave republican ma
jorities of thirty four to foity ono ,
Koyoo , for mayor receiving the
lligllOHt.
KLKOTKIO LIGHT I'HOPOSITION OAK-
UIUD.
From the bust information ob
tainable without tie otliciul count ,
it in believed that the proposition
to authorize the levy of five mills
for ulootric lit htH , carried.
TUB VOTB HY WAUD9.
riuaT WAIIU.
For Mayor , Ed. Uoyto . Tl
J.J. Walson . It
Her clerk , Itoa ? D. I'lckett . TO
Clmc. II. Uoliomu . 41
KorTrcasurcr.II O. Honors. . . . . JO
W. 1) , lilac , well . IS
For "alonn llcouro . 61
AgulnitSuIoon License . 47
tecnNO WAIIU
For Miiyor , Ed Koyno . . 60
J. J. WlUon . U
for i.lork. Koi < D I'lcUol . fl
CUui. II llolci'inb . U
FocTreaiuror , II. O. Ilo er . 41
W. U. Uiuckwoll . 01
For Knsliner , E. P SIcOlnro . 7
Kor Councilman , JoUn W Bruce . . . . .47
U U 1'nrcoll . M
For Saloon Llcenco . . . 4
Against Bftloon Llcouee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
For ad mill lory to maintain ar.d furntab oleo-
trlc llnll'ii for Htrecta .
. ; ; / : : VM
lory to maintain and frd'ih
electric Hunt * rorntrcotc . 8 *
TIIIUD WAIIU.
For Mayor. Kd. Ilovse .
J.J Wllioo . 37
For Clerk , Hum I ) . I'l Hot . 99
Ctmc. II. Ho'conib. . . . , . 4S
ForTrcaeuror.il. ( J. HeBern . 48
W. O llauk ) * ll . 67
For Councilman , A It. Humphrey . OS
J. U. Luining .
For Saloon Licence . > . j
AgatnatBaloon Llceneo . . . . . . . . .to
for a 5 mill levy to maintain nod furulsh elec
tric IlKh a ( or itrcuts . . . . . . . . .40
AKaltiat a & mill lory to mnlnt ln and turuliu
eluclrlc llgbU for ilreeta . . . 48
UAJOIUTIK8.
ForMnyor , Ed lioyiu . + . , . M
KorOlurk , U , K. 1'lckctl . 88
For TfOMiiror , II. ( I. Itogori . . . *
nKluoer. K. F. McClnr- . . Fall vote
Au'aliiHt UcQiiia . > . 10
C'onucllmun tat ward. J.M.KImberllug , Tall T0t
Una ward , K. H , Puroell . 7
i ard ward , A. U , Hur phr . . , . , . , ,

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