VOL XVil , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JUNE 1.1899.-EIGHT PAGES. NO 46
The Eagle is the popular Wheel for ' 99. Turning out a com
plete Wheel every three minutes , and working twenty-four hours a
day , the Factory is still 2,000 Wheels behind. I have them in stock.
Edwin P. Myers ,
Repairing. Opposite Fanners Bank
sS HH i v
, , ,
$8 ! $ $ $
Farmers , ask my competitors if they can carry $1,000.00
of Insurance against Fire , Lightning * , Tornadoes , Cyclones
and Wind Storms for eight years for S15. That's what I cane
e # do , and in a company that has over $27,000,000 of insurance
# in force in this state. E. C. HOUSE.
AV six \\s \ \ * / * Is NX \ * \1/ \lx \ ixx ix \ x sjx MX Nix Nix
JVtfxtfiA SAifoS fSXiiStf
is now newly furnished and fitted
with large and the latest scientific
ic instruments. Largs groups
taken as well as the smallest pic
tures. Call and see the new work.
P. C. WOUNALL , President , J A. IUHHI3 , Cuehler.
A. J. UOllEHTdON , Vlco-1'res W. D. ULACKWBLL , A s't Ca hler.
Farmers Bank of Ouster County ,
BROKEN BOW , NEB.
Transacts a General Banking Business. County Claims and
Warrants Bought ,
"Wholesale Cigar Store ,
T. D. RUSSELL ,
ARont lor A.T , Morrlp , of Cinoln-
nnttl.Ohlo llest brnnda o ( OlRnrs
and Totmoco nt wboleealo and re
tail Flrai door eoutli of Repub
Job printing at this ollioc.
Try my evaporated fruits.
J.N. Pcn'o. '
Cannon City coal r t Diorks
Lumber Co *
I bnvo alfalfa and millet Rood for
Bale. J. N. PuAiae.
\V. Montgomery , of Ash Crook ,
was a business visitor yesterday.
I buy and sell corn and oats.
J. N. Poalo.
Curtain poles , now and nobby ,
go at 25o. A.W. DIIAKK.
Andrew Sherbook , of Wcstervillo ,
was among the welcome callers
All kinds of bulk acd paukapo
garden seed for sale at J. N.
Mr. and Mrs. John Finch , of
Arnold , were doing business in the
M. Q. Montgomery , who Hvos
north of the city , was a friendly
Have you had a glass of the ioo
oronm soda at Ed MoCoiuaR * couth
side drug storo.
Miss Irena Said , of Morna , viaitod
at J. W. Megan's over Sunday , ro-
Wo understand that T. B. Rus.
sell lias Bold his oigar store to C. P.
Russell of this oity.
CATTLE Foil SALE : At all times
on iny ranch six miles southwest of
Broken Bow Jesse Qandy.
The county Sunday school convention -
vontion oonvonod in this oity last
night with a fair attendance.
M. Conloy , of Kyno , was a oity
visitor yesterday , lie reports orop
prospects tine in his locality.
Two now members received tha
hand of ohuroh fellowship in Iho
Baptist ohuroh Sunday night.
Try a glass of these elegant phos.
pliates with any flavoi at Ed Mo
Comas' south side drug store.
City and farm property insured
against tire , lightning and torna
does. J. M. KlMUKKLINd.
Judge Armour and family visited
Ansley Tuesday. The judge de
livered Iho memorial address thoro.
Fen SALE A second hand Victor
sewing machine , in good repair , for
five dollars. Inquire at this oilico.
When wheeling stop and got a
drink of ioo cold soda water at E'l
McComas' south side drug store
Doctor Day has located in our
oity and has his oflluo over Ryor-
aon's grocery store south of Post-
The attention of the readers of
the RBPUULICAN is called to the
new advertisement of Harry Day
Fou SALE Two houses ; ono two
blocks east of square , and ono west
of Glebe hotel. Enquire at Bangs'
While driving you eau have ice
cold sodn served in your carriage at
Ed MoComas' south side drug
Peter Book , of Georgetown , oallot
in Monday for a social chat , lie
roporls crops in tine condition in his
Jiifit received , a new line of ladio
and gents pocket books at roasona
prices at Ed MoComaH * south nidi
Frank Barks Jr. was among the
number from Ansloy that attended
Uio commencement oxeroiseH in the
oity Friday night.
Perry Metoalf , of Walworth , is
in the city thib week attending the
Sunday school convention that
convened last night.
Messrs. Talbot , Sullivan , Loinax
and Thompson started 700 head
of oattlo to their ranch near Dun
ning from this place Monday morn
Farms for sale and lands for rent.
Now is the time to got a farm cheap ,
as the cheap farms are all going and
prices are commencing to advance
rapidly , J.G.Brenieor.
A , L. Morgan , of Cumro , made
the REPUBLICAN oflioo a Inondly
call Monday. Ho reports plenty of
moisture in his vicinity.
Wanted , a girl to do general
house work. Good wages to the
tf Mits. JAMii8 Lumviun.
Senator Currio delivered the
memorial address at Morna Tues
day. Wo are informed that the
attendance way very largo.
Dr. Graham's now method of
extracting tooth is absolutely pain
less. No floro mouth , as in the use
of oilier local anrosthottos. a25
The Broken Bow hospital is in
splendid condition for caring for
the sick. Trained nurses in attend
ance. Prices reasonable. tf
N. J.Ottun , of Round Valley ,
was a city visitor Tuesday. Ho
reports late rains in his vicinity ,
but says that inoro rain in yet
II.J. Vaughan , the now proprietor
of the Glebe barn , wont to Council
Bluffs yesterday morning to BPO hip
family. IIo expects thorn hero in
the near future.
'Iho ladies aid society of the M.
E. church will servo ice cream and
oako in the Park Saturday after
noon , Juno 3d , or in some building
if the weather is stormy.
R. W. Montgomery , claim ad
juetcr of the B. A M. R. R , spent
Tuesday in the city and joined with
our citizens in tlio memorial ser
vices. IIo made Iho REPUBLICAN a
Persons wiehing lo lot rooms or
take Summer School boarders , are
requested to report to the county
superintendent , giving pricenumber
of students that can bo aooommo.
dated , eto. 2t
Before having any hail insurance
written on your crops HOO W. D.
Blaokwell the agent of the old
and reliable St Paul Fire and
Marino insurance Co. and got his
rates and tciras.
The case of the state aguiuet Cole ,
who was charged with ( tolling
iauors. oamo uu before -Judco Ar
mour Monday. The defendant
waived examination and was bound
over to the district court.
W. ( I. Prodrnoro is rosirtont agent
or the Farmers Mutual Hail In-
uranoo Asflooiation , af Fairfiold.
> Ji > b ; nlso agent for hog cholera
nsnraiico. Insurance at actual
cost. Oflioo at Ryorson's store.
John Cavoneo , of Georgetown ,
was a friendly caller at this oflioo
reslorday. Ho says the fine rains
lero Friday and Saturday ovomnga
did not extend as tar south as his
) laoo. but crops are not Buffering
'or moisture *
Lealio MoVVilliams , who is lo
cated at Edgemont with the B. & M
> ridge gang , came down Sunday
morning lo attend the Alumni
mooting. IIo is one ot the olass of
1805. IIo roturncd to Edgomont
The first meeting of the Young
Peoples Union , hold Sunday even
ing , was well attended , and an in-
.ori'Bting program was rendered.
The plan of the Union in lo hold
union meetings once a month here
after in the various ohurolioR.
Col. E P. Savage , of Sargentwan
in the oily Monday attending the
mooting of the directors of Iho At >
rioultural Society. lie reports that
the work on Iho railroad lo Saroont
is progressing , and that the grade
will bo completed there in a few
Joseph Scott and wife , of Dry
Valley , were welcome visitors Mon
day. Il had boon dry in lhat vi-
oinily this spring , but Mr. Scott
roporta that the recent rains are
bringing their crops out now in fine
shape , and prospects for a crop are
Mandolins , three only left ; no
room for thorn ; they go at one-
fourlh price. Pastel and oil pic
tures go for less than cost of frame.
Iron beds IU.GO lo $75. I buy all
kinds of good ? , and advance money
on any artiole of value.
ICHtray Notice ,
Taken up , at my place in Broken
Bow , Nebraska , ono win to steer ,
supposed to bo ono year old , past ,
April 24th , 1690. fi
Hoard or Equalization.
The city council will sit as a
board of equalization Monday and
Tuesday of noxl week , to hear com
plaints , if any , against asaeiiauiont.
Decoration Day was appioprit.to-
ly observed in thin city. Thu pro
cession fni mod at ton o'clock on
Broadway , and was ono of the
largest aoun in the oity on a sim
ilar occasion. In thy order of thv
procession the band of martial
mtieio Jed , followed by the pupils
of the primary schools , aooompan
ied by their teaohcra. Next in or
dur was the speaker , lion. W. 11.
Akors and wife , aoooinnaniod by
lion. James Wlutohoad , in a carri
age , who were followed by the
members of the G.A R. post , re-
luruod soldiars ol Iho Spanish-Am-
erioan war , the Relief Corps , the
hose and hook and ladder oompan
ies and oitir.uns in carriages. The
ritual Borvjoea at the cemetery were
impressively observed by the otlioora
of Washburn Post. There were
but few graves but what were kindly -
ly romomburod with boquota and
wreaths of ilowortt by loving hands ,
and the day of visitation of the
last routing place of the remains of
their departed loved ones will not
soon bo forgotten. A dinner was
spread in the old Wiido store
building by the Company M. Ro.
liof Commitleo , of which Miss Nan
nie Roborlaon and Mrs. C. U. Rich
ardson were Iho loading ipirits , for
all Iho members of tlio G.A R and
their wives. The feast was greatly
appreciated by the old veterans ,
and at the conclusion of the repast
they voted ihoir thanks to all who
had parlicipatod in ita preparation.
The program in the afternoon at
the north side opera house was ono
of the bosl ever rendered in Iho oily
on Decoration Day. The exorcises
were opened wilh ritual services , in
which the members of the G. A. R
participated. The Harmony Or
chestra had the music in charge ,
and rendered excellent service. In
addition to the music by the orches
tra , there was a Bong by a mixed
quartet , Mosdrs. Oaborna and Shinu ,
MesdamcH Hubbaid and Taylor , and
solos by Mrs. W. D. Black well and
Mrs. A. 11. Stuokoy. The address
of lion. W. R. AkorB , was ably
dolivred , and abounded in most
excellent and patriotic Hont intent
from beginning to end. It wafl a
rare treat to all who hoard it. Dr.
C. L. Mullins , of Co. M. , responded
in behalf of the Holdiers of tlio
SpaniBh-Amorican war , in an able
and patriolut Hpcoch that mot with
the hearty approval of the largo
audience. A special feature of the
occasion was the reading of a poem ,
"Tho Soldier's Reverie , " by its
author , Mrs. A. II. Stuokoy. She
had written the poem several years
a o , when it was published in Iho
Omaha Boo. Mrs. Stuokoy is ono
of our moHt highly cultured ladies ,
and no truer nor more patriolic
heart boats in the breast of any.
She is not only an author of meril ,
but Binge equally as well as she
writes Mrs. W. D. Grant read the
speech of Abraham Lincoln at Got-
tysburur , in an able ana highly ac
ceptable manner. The closing
prayer and benediction was read by
Rev. J. W. Megan. All in all , it
was ono of the most salisfaclonly
arranged wo have over had , and the
attendance of the citizens was the
most general. The city ollioorH , for
the first time in h'lHlory , were all
numbered among those in attend
The following is the poem by
Mrs. A. 11. Stnckey :
TIII : HOLDIKH'H KKVEUUC.
ISro nleht hoi starlit curtain drop * , to hliln the
eloeplni ; day ,
Whun nil U mill
Upon thu till ,
I nla mo them nwnv ;
While Vesper clunta am softly hyiniitil , when
'H voice h duinh ,
I tnnR the lays
Of liytione ilaya.
Thu eongrt ot life anil drum
I wntch thu MIM march homo In rplomUr to tlio
WUDtUlll HOII ,
Thou , UrcBiii'tldii mint
Through violet ( 'llet
C'oinon UarkllnK o er the lea
The bi'ozps throUKti the grunsos play ; Atiollnn
harps are ctrung ;
Anil mimic I1IU
My noiil , nml ullln
The notvH tlift coinrnilei eunf.
I IOTII to steal it way , nnil rent here on thin quiet
Todruam of joro
And hittt'o loru
ThattbrllU my bolnKi Btlll
It calla to ml ml the hlvonno , of days forever lied ;
Of com rail 8 dear ,
Oncu Kathnrcd here :
Now , numbered with the duad.
1 Uu hero In the glomnlnK 'notth the nllont itar-
btur conmiml uky ,
A llll JUUK BUUVU
With ) eumlnKlovo ,
Ainl fcul that they are nluh.
I feel the camp tiro's cheery hlazo , nnd wutch the
liusy througH ,
Too biiKlo'H sound
Had called around
To Bhout Iho battle Bongi. .
Homo sleep Imueuth a forelgj aky , tha giant-
hearted h avos.
No sculptured itono
Telia of their Unu
SVntch , In nnmnrked craves.
With lantlled tread 'ncath moonbeam * ' ray , wt
boru thorn to ttelr rear
No KitrlmuU bright ,
Noualny white ,
To place upou each lireaat.
Aud oh , before me , take * uU plucw , lu iba
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum *
Alum bafonj powders arc the greatest
menaccrs to health of the present day.
ROYAL DAKIN9 POWMFI CO. , htW VOKK.
grunt bfittlo line ;
Ami hero I wait
To welcome 1'ftto
Thnt culls mo t llll inlno.
To hour ( oraoltun uamci ouco more , to grasp
each comrado'ft hand ,
Anil know thorn all
In that roll cnll
The last grnnd buttle iitanil.
Ami hero I wander oft ; to mine , anil drlre dull
euro sway ;
To wreathe the hour *
With Memory's Bowers
And wntoh tlio dying il y <
Till glow-wormi through the darknei * Bletmand
KJlBten , ono by onoj
Then lint I I hoar
A whisper near
From comrcvbs that nrn gotta.
Dr. Franklin , of Philadelphia ,
Bpont Hovoral days ID the city. Ho
proaohod Sunday morning in the
Baptist church , and Sunday evening -
ing in the M. K ohuroh to oppre-
oiativo audioiiOL'H. lie also dc-
livered a lootnro in the M. E. ohuroh
Monday evening. Ho la a fluent
pud foroiblo spoakor.
C. It. Kroux and his son Joseph ,
of Morna , were among the friendly
oallorn at thin oflluo Monday. Mr.
Crons ; reports thatthorowaa enough
tail accompanied the rain Sunday
afternoon to oovor the ground , but
hat no material damage resulted.
lo says the present prospect for
crops in his locality is moat Hatter.
The momorinl Horvtoo Sunday
ifl'jruoon wan lirgoly attended , the
M.E. ohuroh , in which it was hold
joing more than filled. Rev. J.VV.
\logan , the speaker of the occasion ,
delivered an able and patriotic ad
dress. The mimic , which was "in
charge of K J. Pitlaway , was a
pleading feature of the occasion and
wan enjoyed by all.
WANTICU A few good oarpon-
lorrt ; a few good common laborers ;
and alflo work for masons and pain-
tors. Work in the , vicinity of
Broken Bow and Sargent. Those
wishing work of Ibis kind will do
well lo HUO mo fioou while the plaooH
are vaoa.trt. Call on or address mo
at Broken Bow or Sarnont. Nobr.
W. F. IIOI'KINB.
Prof. Adamaon has his telephone
Hyfitom in line working order , and
everybody HUOIUB well pleased. IIo
put eighty telephones in to atari
with , and now has ordorn for twen
ty more. They will ho put in just
as noon as he oan got Iho material f
here , llo has completed arrange-/
mrnlB wilh Oallaway , and will o&
torn ! the line there HH soon ushe
poles and wire reach horo. Tfixs
hopes to be able to arrange with \
Sargent , Morna , Annley and Mason
City to extend lines there in the
near future ,
At a spuiial meeting of the school
board Monday an informal ballot
was taken to determine what toa-
uhers of the previous yeai should
be retained. Those agreed upon
are Prof. Adamsou , Misses Abbolt ,
Bealo , Alexander and Downoy.
They are o'ich able and etlioient
teachers , and are popular with both
patrons and pupils , and the good
judgment of the board in retaining
tin-in is commendable. ootno of
those not retained are hold in equal
ly an high OHtoem by some , but
wore not among the fortunate. Wo
understand thai Mm. Hunter and
MIHS Drake declined to be candi
dates for another yoar. The schools
in the past yi ar have made good
progress , and with but ono excep
tion there was no friction between
the board and teachers The ac
tion of the board leaves six places
yet to fill , and the public oan rest
assured that the board will exorcise
its host judgment in seeing that
none but good teachers are em
on cor. south of P. O. ,
A. K. ANDERSON ,
Watchmaker and Jeweler , formerly
north aide ,
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