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ITE VOL , XVII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MAY 4,1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 42 , ( Wall Paper. ! m A te $ p ! ? : J. G. H AEBERLE | : . I . . W VU : * ' ; " * & * f ' < " fTfVw * ifvuti : : -A'-l/ ! itf & sjfe We Lead ; others try to follow. SRYBER BROS Broken A Laundriod Dross Shirts 38o.and up 0 Heavy W ork Shirts 25o and up 0 Best Celluloid Collars 5o IHffl Best L.L. Muslin , . . . .3cyd Bow Red Calico Turkey 3c yd , Nebraska cd 0 Come and see us ; we can save you money. SNYDBB BROS. Leaders in Low Prices , Which wheel bears most of your weight ? The rear one. The Eagle people are the only makers who put Forty spokes in the rear wheel ; all others contain but thirty-sis. EDWIN F. MYIJRS. Notice. All parties having judgements against Cuater county oan now be paid. Interest stops May 1 , 1890. J. A. ARMOUR , Co. Judge. FOB RKNT : A briok store room on north side of public squaro. For particulars inquire of tf A. F. SKYHOLT. Flue Pcrcheron Stallion for Sale. Not being able , owing to my advanced age and poor health , to take oaro of him , I am offering to sell my thoroughbred Peroherou stallion at a bargain. Time will be given to suit the purchaser. Call on me at once , or write mo at Bro ken Bow. 3 30-3 H , WALTON. Spray Vour Fruit Xrcet * . Spray your bearing fruit trees with London Purple and kill the Codling Moth. Thia will give you olean , smooth fruit. We sell the Excelsior Stahi Spraying outfit , the best sprayer made. To be effect ive spraying must be done as early as April and May. Wo alao have a general assortment of forest and fruit trees , small fruit plants , roses ornamental shrubs and rod oedai evergreens. Call at Norfolk Nur- eery , or address E. D. Hammond Norfolk , Neb. a20-8 Chas. W. Hakes , M.D. , UOMOJOPATIIICIAN , 8ucciior to Ur.'M. ' C. Blystone. O e ov r CbryiUI Drug Store. Calls promp ly n w rtd from offic , day or night. Local Mention. Job printing at this oflioe. Seed potatoes at J. C. Bowen's. Cannon City coal at Dierkn jurabor Co- Try my evaporated fruits. J.N. FOR SALIC : A good farm horse , enquire at thin oflicie. tf 'Iry our garden seed , . J. C. BOWKX , Fresh vegetables and fruits for sale at J. N. 1'oaloV R. W. Buoknor , of Borwyn , was a city visitor Monday. I buy and sell corn and oalft. J. N. Pealo. C. W. Lincoln , of Spring Crook , waa a welcome caller Saturday. I have alfalfa and millet seed for aale. J. N. PUA.I.B. Hereford bulls for Bale ; yearling and two year old. 4 E , SKINNKIU Attorney James Lodwich made a business trip to Mason City Monday. All kinds of bulk ard package garden seed for sale at J. N. Poalo's. Tom Wright , editor of the Ana- ley Chronicle , waa a city visitor Monday , H. J , Shiun made a business trip to Aurora Monday , returning in the evening. Garden seeds at Bowon'a , pure and cheap. Herman Campbell , of George town came up yesterday to attend thu May party. Have you had a plans of the ioo oream soda at Ed MoComaa' aoutl aide drug store. Callaway waa represented at the May party by it. E. Brega am1 wife and W. E. Shupp. Butter and ogga wanted at J. C Bowen'a. Farms for sale and lands for rent Now is the time to got a farm cheap as the cheap farms are all going am prices arc commencing to advanc rapidly , J.G.Brenizer. L. W. Wilson and wife and Nine McCouias , of Mcrna Attended the May party last night. lrou know us and wo want to know you. Come in and Hhako any way. J. C , BOWK.V. Mrs. Chas. Ouboi'uo and little daughter are visiting with friends in Lincoln this week. J. G. Lomiug loft Saturday lor Deadwood , S. D. , whore ho oxpoo'a ' to spend the summer. Try our tlowor seed , J. C. BOWKN. Harry Bangs has purchased the Jl. L. Fra/.ior property in the southeast - east part of the city , CATTLK Foil SALK : At all times on my ranch six miles southwest of Broken Bow Jesse Gaudy. Try a glass of those elegant phos phates with any llavai at Ed Mo Comus' south side drug store. FOR SALK A six room house barn and other improvements. For particulars call at this oflieo. tf City and farm properly insured against lire , lightning and torna does. .J. M. KiMjucnuNa. WANTKD Cattle to paaturc. For particulars enquire of E. M. Scott , of Anaelmo , or W. C. Gregory. 4 \Vhou wheeling atop and get a drink of ice cold soda water at K'l MoComaa' south aide drug store Win. Montgomery , wife and daughter of dtororook were in att endance at the May parly laat night While driving you can have ice cold sodn served in your carriage at Ed MoComns' south side drug atoro. Doctor Day has located in our city and has his office ever Ryor- aon'a grocery store aouth of Poat- offico. Mrs. S. P * Russell left this morn- intr on a visit to Dubutuo Iowa , with her daughter Mra. Harry Waters. Juat received , a new line of ladies and gents pocket books at ronsona. prices at Ed MoCouias' south aid" drug store. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Reyuor loft this morning on n vnit to Epworlh , Iowa , whore they expect to bo gone several weeka. This locality was favored with .42 inches of rain Saturday night and Sunday morning , which was very acceptable. A. R. Humphrey waa looking after business before thn U. S and ollico at North Platte the latter mrt of last week. Mra. Dollio Preaaon , of Auburn , irrivod in the city Tuesday night on a vifit with relatives. Archie Chrysler is her father. T. B. Russell , of Ansolmo , has ontod the Trofron building just oath of this ofiico which he will ooc-ttpy as a cigar store. Jesse Gandy ia starting up a Live Stock exchange at his ranch south west of the city. He has a fine augo and plenty of water. The Broken Bow hospital ia in plondid condition for oaring for he sick. Trained nurees in attend- IDCO. Prices reasonable. tf R. L. RobhiHon's family , of Grand Island , are visiting in this vicinity with Mr. and Mra. John tobinaon , Lloyd's parents. Dr. Graham's now method of extracting teeth is absolutely pain- ess. No sore mouth , aa in the use of other local aniusthetics. a25 Wilbur Holcomb , Jr. , has gone nto partnership with his father , 0 11. Holcomb , in the law business succeeding his uncle , Wilbur. Miss Ida Dooley commenced a throe months term of school in the Breeding district , in the vicinity o Somorford , last Monday week , Judge Grimes , of North Platte lield a short session of court in this city Monday. Judge Sullivan con tinued the court over Tuesday. Wanted , a girl to do general house work. Good wages to the right perhon. tf MRS. JAMKH LEDWIOH. Mra. Will L. Rule and child ar rived in the city last Friday night. Aa Mr. Rule had the house ready they wont to housekeeping at once. Ice 01 earn social at the parlors of the Grand Central Hotel Saturday evening May 0 , for benefit of Woman's Relief Corps. Cream ready at 0 o'clock. Everybody i invited. Moses Lewis and Ai MoClollan loft Tuesday night for Seattle Washington ; they wont by the way of Billinga over the B. & M. R. R. _ Fred Riuno , who has boon at the city hospital for the past week for treatment , hod auflicieutly recover ed to return to hia place of business Monday. The entertainment given laat Friday night to raise funds for the reception entertainment for Co. M. waa quite a success. The receipts amounted to § 75. The W. C. T , U. will meat at the homo of Mrs. Mary Gandy , Wod. May 10th. at 3 o'clock P. M. All nombera requested to be present. 'Important business. " Wo acknowledge the receipt of a ooJnmenoeuient card froni the high "school at Milo , Iowa , of which our nephew , Rollio D , Amsborry , is one of the graduating class. Mra. Jas. Pealo was at Kirksvillc , Mo. , last week , when the oyolono struck the town , but fortunately she waa a half block from its dead- y path and escaped unharmed. Rev J. W. Megan left for hia 'ormor homo in Burlington , Kan sas , Monday. Ho oxpoots to be ; ono about two weeks. Rev. J. S , Jadden will occupy his pulpit fern n in next Sunday. The saloons of this city were closed Monday night. It is report * ed that some of the buys celebrated he occasion by getting on more ot a jag than they could control. A ight or two resulted. H. L , Frazier has purchased the Fohn McDonald residence property u the southwest part of the city. Consideration , $600. Ho expects o build quite an addition to it as eon as ho gets poasoaaion. Following ia the Hat of dead let- era for the week ending May 3rd 'ohn ' Ferguson , Benjamin Chiller ? arties calling forauy of the above will please say advertised. L. II. JKWKTT , P.M. Waller Slack and wife are recent arrivals hero from California , and will remain during the summer. Wall is an old Broken Bow boy , taviug boon hero In the balmy days , jack in 1887 , and worked in A. A. Uollom's restaurant. A h'sl'ing party , consisting of Jud Morton , J. L. MoWilhams , Wm liarrott , John Boyoo and P. R. Stradloy went to the South Loup Saturday , whore they report having lad a good time and good success. They caught about two hundred mil. The county board has aocopted the tender of $550 made by ox Judge Shinn in settlement in full for all claims the county may have igainst him. Mr. Shinn was grant ed the right to collect and keep all 'ees earned and not paid during his term. In the ease of Mrs. Smith , of Anaelmo , against her divorced hus- liand , Humphry Smith , lor alimo ny , Tuesday , Judtjo Sullivan grant ed her & 200 , but Hold the $400 worth of property she had in her possession belonged to Humphry Smith. The patrons of the Capital City House were treated to a variety show last night by Duncan Clark's Company. It was what the crowd woil to see , and they evidently went away satisfied. Its as good a show of the olaas that has struck town this season. Daily Leader , DCS Moina , Iowa. The ninth annual May parly was hold at the north aide opera house last evening and waa largely attend ed. Not aa many from abroad at tended as in former years , but this no doubt was owing to the busy times. Music was furnished by the Harmony orchestra , consisting of ten pieces , and is said lo have boon very fine. Durinti the intermission the Ladies Guild furnished light refreshments. Chas. Collins , who is under bond for hia appearance at district court on the charge of gambling , is now located in the county jail at Kearney - noy on the charge of attempled murcter : Ho made an assault on Charles Tuba , of thai oily Wednes day evening of last week , stabbing him several times with a knife , twice iu the face. Four of the wounds in his back were from four to seven inches long. Collins made hia escape on Dr. MoCroason'a race horae , of which he had charge , but was captured al Grand Island and taken back lo Kearney. Tuba , though seriously , ia not thought to bo fatally wounded. i WANTED A few good carpen ters ; a few good oomiuon laborers ; and also work for masons and pain ters. Work iu the vicinity of Broken Bow and Sargent. These wishing work of this kind will do well to see mo soon while the places are vacant. Call on or address mo at Broken Bow or Sargent , Nobr. W. F. HOPKINS. Bert Gregory , BOH of W. C. Gregory , of this city , has accepted a position with the Flalo Cattle Co. , one of the largest cattle com panies of the state. The company wan fortunate in scouring the aor vioea of Mr. Gregory , as hia exper ience with his father for years in handling catllo makes him a very valuable man iu that line of busi ness. In his present position ho will alao prove valuable to farmers who need accommbdationa in a financial way , aa ho ia in a position lo secure money for these who desire - sire to engage in the cattle business beyond the limit of their ready cash. His father , W. C. Gregory , of this oily , will cooperate with him in that line. Penn & Dorria are now prepared to serve the public promptly and in the most satisfpctory manner. They have rooonlly added a now gasoline engine of thu latoal pat tern to their finely equipped shop. Charley Penn , the aonior member of the firm , ia one of the best mo olianics in central Nobrauka. Ho is not only a skilled machinist , bul ia a goniiib of remarkable ingenui ty. There ia no machinery that ho ia not able to comprehend. Be sides being able lo do all kinds of the ordinary work that cornea un der Iho line of blacksmilhing , ho' is a machinist and boiler and engine maker , Partiea desiring their ma chines repaired or boilers patched can save the expense of Bonding their maohineiy off or of hiring an export mechanic to come from a distance lo do their work , by leav ing their order with Penn fc Dorns of this city , who guarantee full satisfaction on all their jobs. OAH1) OF THANKS. To the citizens of Broken Bow : The Company M. Relief Committee moat earnestly thank the pcoplo for the liberal patronage and support given us at our entertainment on last Friday evening. Wo especial ly thank the members of the or chestra for the splendid music ; alao each and every one that assisted wilh the program , and helped to make the entertainment a success. Wo winh to assure the people that the amount roali/.ed will bo aacrcd- ly hold as a fund for Iho roctplion of the dear boys when they return. Ever groatful , James Stookham , N. E. Robertson , Mra. C. U. Richardson , Glen Johnson , E. R. Puroell , Mra. U. Wirt , L. E. Colo. THE NEW CITY COUNCIL. Monday night the old city coun cil convened for the laat time to close up the business for the p st year wilh a view to turning the ad ministration of affairs to its suc cessor , After transacting the business the oath of oflioo was ad ministered to Mayor-elect Royoo , Clerk R D Picket and councilman J. M. Kimborling , A. R. Humphrey and E. R. Purcoll. The retiring mayor , Dr. J , II. Graham , thanked the council for the harmony that had prevailed during hia lerm ol of ofiico and for the economical and business manner iu which they had conducted the affairs of the city. Mayor Royce outlined hia policy briefly and solicited the aid of the members of the council in giving Iho city an echonomical and progicHsivo administration , and in maintaining the good name of the city by Iho euforoemoul of Iho laws and ordinances of the city , He nominated P. M. Towsloy , the present incumbent , for city marshal and street commisaionor , and atlor- ney Jamoa Ledwioh for city allor- noy. Bolh nomiualions wnro promplly and unanimously endorsed ed by Iho council. The appoint ment ! * a night watch and weigh master way deferred and Iho proa enl incumbonla wore retained unlit the mayor should call for their res ignation. The following standing committees wore appointed : On finance , Kimborliug and Kirkpat- riok ; on streols and bridges , Humphrey , Wood and Purcell ; on walor works , Wood and MoComaa. The quoslion of street sprinkling was disouBiod. On motion the committee on atreeta and bridges Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum * Alum baking powders arc the greattit mcnaccra to health of the present day. ROYAl MKINO rowoea o < x , new VOKK. was authorized to HUO Courad with a view of having n sprinkler made for the oily. A NEW III&KNA I10Y KILLED. Cozad Moots Death bjn BuuntTRf Toniu uu Mono * Smith' * Farm. William Cozad , the oldest obild of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coead , of Now Helena , wan killed last W OK by a toaui running away with him. Ho was working for Mono Smith at the time and it was Smith's team that ho was driving. It wan about 0 o.'olook Wednesday morning that ho was hurt and died At 4 o'clock the aamo day. Ho was wounded in a moat frightful manner. From the injuries iniliutod on his body the wagon and team rnuat have both passed ever him. A wrench which ho had In hia pookot peno- tratcd hia bowels , and hia ribs were urokcn , one ot which w s thrnat through hit ) lungs. Quo hip and log waa alao brokon. Fortunately lie waa not wounded about the head and ho remained oouaoious to hia death llo aeemed to realize that Ilia time had oomo and expressed ft willingness to go , atatiug that ho "might an well die now aa any timo" , and in the lust momenta ho reached out hit ) hand to his mother who was standing by his bed mdv , and bade her good by with a grip of the hand while a guah of blood from hia mouth prevented him from apuaking the words. Aa blood poison aot in from the firat them waa no hope for him At the time of the fatal accident Mr. Smith was away from homo. It ia aaid ho cautioned the young man not tote to take the toatu out while ho was away , aa it waa not aafo. The fu neral of the doceaaod was hold on Thursday at the residence of Mr. Smith and the remains laid to rest in the Now Helena comotory. His parents , Mr. and Mra. Cozad , arc among the tirat aettlcra of the oouu- ty , and arc highly respected by all who know thorn. Their son , whose trngio death IH above recorded , was jiiBt merging into manhood and would have boon twenty one years old Monday , May first. The Kis- I'unuuAN oxtenda to them iu their Bad bereavement , our moat ainoort sympathy , Moved ! on cor. aouth of P. O. , A. K. ANDERSON , Watchmaker and Jeweler , formerly north aide. KPJBCOl'AI. OlltmOII. At the EpiHoopal church during the mouth of May there will bo a aeryioo with Horrnon on every Sun. day morning. No Sunday evening aorviooa. OII1USTIAN C1IUUOU. The beat people on earth are these that reileot the life of Christ. Subject for the morning diaoourso "Tho Christian Graces" . Theme for the evening , "The Gospel of Christ" . Chriatian Endeavor promptly at Hovon o'clock. Subject : "Patient Continuance in Well Doing , " lloin. 2 : 1 to 11 , Sunday school at 10 a. in follow v ed by preaching and communion J at 11 o'clock , Voting people's mooting at 1 o'clock followed by regular preaching Htlrvice. Prayer meeting every Thurmlay evening at 8 p. in. Two Houses for Sale. Tim J. Q. Mnuliuk property , south ot tlui Botith Bide school homo , ana tno J. 8. Klrkpatnok property , three block from public square * also n good bloyclo ( or aale. Enquire ot J. C. MACMOK.