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VOL , XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JULY 27 , 1899-EIGHT PAGES , NO 6 It requires a special ce ment to successfully plug a single tube tire. I have it. Price 10 cents. For Sale By ED WIN F.MYERS , opposite Banners I3nnh. Telephone . 41. J3icycles ; Sundries and r Uf > - Repairing. C. w. HEAL. A. P. SMITU , Seal & Smith , ATTOttNKYS-AT-I\W 1'rompt attention L'hon to collections nnd real cstiito. OMIco orcr Klrpt National li'ink. Broken How , . . . Nclirnokn. Checkered Front AND L1VKUY 1IAUN , II. IX. CI.INGMAK , JT.ip'r. Putrotinj-e ( elicited Good nccommodatlons fair treatment and lensonnbio lutes. Chas. W. HakesM. D. IIOliaCOPATHICIAN , Successor to Dr. M. C. Blyntone. Office over Chrystal Drue Store. Calls prompt ly answered from ollice , day or niglit. E. B. Mullins , Physician and - Surgeon , Sargent , Nobr. Dr. Chas. L. Mullins , PHYSICIAN AND SUKGKON. 2d stairway from wont ondin Realty block ; residence , north side. The peculiar adjustment of the ocnlnr must lee may bo eliowu by holding this ntcturu directly in front of the o es , at n distance of nbout fourtcon laclio * . and driiliK slowly toward the face. Thcvo dcllinto yet strong imipclen will hold th eyes to n focus until you reach the limit of their power , wlii-n the eyea aurtdunly crofe and thu Imllcnoa Into the boy's open moutli. Nearly ml uyu trouble is brought about by PARSING tlio place of safetyby I'UBiiiNO without good eyes or ( .nod ulntsis. 1 can supply the latter You can have the former. . I OIAHKICH RIGHT r COOI ) HIRII I . S A E. ANDERSON , Grndtiutoof Cliicngo Optlir.lmlc 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 $15. That's what I can do , and in a company that has over $27,000,000 of insurance in force in this state. E. C. HOUSE. $ | 50flioo in First Nalioual Bank building , 1st floor. I fejs& & : sg& 3 ' & SEE THE Lumber Piles ! 5 Aren't they nice and high ? Wo'vo GOT 'EM too , and thn quality is 0. K. Wo are adding to our already lanjo stock as FINE an ASSORTMENT of I "TE oU. O. lEPJLo. © As can be bought in the market. Just received two oars of Northern Pine Finish ! OUT is the best. Li Call on our Manager , Will L. Rule , and you will | find him a GOOD RULE to deal with. Remember E the uhco , if Poster & Smith Lumber Co. Telephone No. 79. 1 ijasasi dsssp isssssas i5i5Esa5S53ii asssasssssHS ssasasa5ssa5asasH jJ JJJftlmiftf I lit nntt'trnttnt jt1 if | full line of Drugs , Paints and Wall Paper. Also a Fine Line of Books , Stationery , Toilet Articles , elo. Stores on both North and South Sides , Broken Bow , Neb. 1 Local Mention. Job printing at ibis oilioe. Buy quociiswaro at Pcalo & John's. I'uro eider vinegar at J. 0. Bowen'a. Cannon City coal t Diorks Luuib.or Co. Tea loaf brand of teas at J. C. Bowon's. Go to Foster & Smith's for your summer ooal. v First olags butter and fresh fitiit at Pealo & John'fl. 11. L. York , of West Union , wan a pleasant oallor Monday. Wm. Brooding , of Somorford , was a friendly oallor Friday. Call on O. P. Porloy , agent for Pasteur Black Leg Vaooino. Joe Holoomb reports n good rain in his vicinity Sunday morning. Curtain poles , now and nobby , go at 25o. A.W. DnAicic. Edward Olson , of Hound Valley , made this otlieo a business call Fri- Jay. Misses Clay and Pinkley , of Ans loy , came up Sunday to attend the institute. Chas. Hammond of east CiiHter was a welcome oallor at this oilico Monday. H. M.J3rownoll has bought a residence property near the waters works plant. ' 'Soo.WillL. Rule , at Foster & Smith's yard , and have him give estimates on your bills. For Sale-Thirty yards of rag car pet. For particulars inquire of the Lad'cs Baptist Aid Socioty. Wo want your grocery orders , and wo will treat you right. J. C. BOWICN. W. D. Hall , of Sargont , was ever Monday with his daughter Mabol who will attend the Teachers Insti tute. Jas. C. Osboruo , contractor and builder. All work first class ; for particulars , call on or address him at Broken Bow. FOR SAI.K Two houses ; ono two blocks east of square , and one west of Glebe hotel. Enquire at Bangs' studio. L. W. Amsborry , son of ye scribe who is located at Ansley in the imploy of the B. & M. R. R. spent Sunday in the city. Mark Riohtmycr , of Ansley , was in the city Monday , having brought his daughters Nellie and Dollio up to attend the toachor's institute. This office atkn owlcdges a friendly call from T. J. Arthur Friday. Mr. Arthur is a member ot the county board trom Woscott. J. W. Craig , of Wcstorvillo , made this oilico a friendly visit Fri day. It was his first visit to Broken Bow , during his residence of three years in the oouny. Mrs. H. Walton left Tuesday of last week on a visit to Deadwood b. D. where she has a daughter and three grand daughter * . She expects to be gone three or four weeks. Farms for sale and lands for rent Now is the time to got a farm cheap , as the cheap farms arc all going and prices are commencing to advance rapidly. J.G.Bronizor. Diah Woodruff , of Georgetown , kindly remembered this oilico Sat urday. Ho reports crops looking well in his vicinity. Ho thinks the wheat will make 18 bushels to the acre. Foil SAI.K 534 head of yearling steers. Will sell on six months time to good parties ; wo will also loan money to parties on cattle. Inquire ol J. U. Blair & Co. , Broken Bow , Nebraska. Office lourth door north of the Burlington Hotel , tf Charley Martin has bought out his partnor's II. II. Squires , interest in the implement trade and will now run the business alone. Mr. Squires wo understand will stock up his farm , two miles northeast of town to which ho will give his attention. John Mooney is homo from Alliance on thirty days leave of absence. Lie has a position there with the B. & M. railroad in the machine shops. He reports that John Maulick is getting along moo- ly as brakscman on the pasnongor. Dr. Goo , Sutherland president of the Grand Island college will speak next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in the Baptist church on "educa tional matters" Teachers and others interested in educational work are invited. Special music I will bo provided. Grain harvest has commenced Chase and Sanborn ot ffeos at J. C. Bow en's. S. II , Rood , of Merna , was a city visrtor yesterday. New York full cream choose at Poalo A John's. A. Winchester , of Merna , was a city visitor yesterday , Everybody should give thanks for the tiuo rain last night. Wo buy produce and uhiokons. J. C. BOWHN. Jas. Lindloy , of AiiHolmo , was among our friendly callers Friday Try our Diamand Bulk ooffeo PKALI : & JOHN. F. W. Iloldon , of Mornn , made this oilico a welcome call Monday. J. J. Stanford , of Merna , was n friendly visitor at this ollioo Tues day. day.Tho The precipitation of rain last night in this vicinity was 3 73 inchi'H. Sunday school convention will be hold Saturday night and Sunday afternoon and night. Fosti'i it Smith * i is the place to pur chase your material for your porch , or repairs on your houso. Miss Myrtle Pierce , of Lodi , who is attending the institute made this oflioo a welcome call Tuesday. O. W , Barnard , of Callaway , was n city visitor Friday. The KKPUII- LIOAN acknowledges a friendly call. CATTUS Foil SALK : At all times on mv ranch six miles Hottthwout of Broken Bow. Jn sic GANDY. City and larm property insured against tire , lightning and torna does. J. M. KIMUKKMNO. Roy Barnard , the genial editor of the Callaway Courier was a friendly caller at this otlieo Mon day. day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Coon , of Manly , Nebraska are in the city visiting with their , daughter Mrs. C. L. Mullins. Phis ofliou acknowledges a friendly call from Mr.Nixon of Grant town ship , who is attending the toachor's institute. Elihu Root a prominent lawyer of New York has been appointed by the president , as secretary of war , to succeed General Alger , resigned. Wanted , a girl to do general house work. Good wages to the right person. tf Mus. JAMKH LKDWIGH. Dr. J. H. Graham sold his resi dence to John J.Johnsontho black smith. The Doctor sold the Lilly proporlv , which ho recently traded for , to P.M. , Towsoly , city marihal. With the B. & M. railroad divis ion located at Broken Bow and machine shops which will follow , it will make this city ono of the best in central Nebraska in a few years. N.Gloim and J.E.Myers have com pleted arrangements to build a two story frame building 44 by 50 foot , on the lots west of Largory's bil liard hall , \V. F. Hopkins hat ) the contract. A man by the name of Buroh , of North Pintle was in the city yester day looking for a team that was stolen from his place July 7th , The laat clue ho had of thorn was at Callaway. Before having any hail insurance written on your crops sco W. D. [ ilackwell the agent of the old and reliable 'St Paul Fire and Marino insurance Co. and got his rates and teiras. LOST A black and tan female dog , six years old last Friday wnek. Information leading to the recovery of the dog will b.i liberally reward ed. T. W. Edwards. Broken Bow Nob. Julius Ottun , of Round Valley , is building a frame buiHing on his place , which ho will use for a store room and post ollice. Ho has re cently been appointed post master at Round Valley vice , S. Lee re signed. H. W. Alberts , of Woifisort , was a welcome caller one day last week , Ho reports the orops doing nicoly. Ho says ( hero will be fully a half crop of small grain in the vicinity and that oorn was never better at this season of the year. The 15th session of the West Nebraska Annual Conference of the M. E , church wijl bo hold in Broken Bow September 13th-18tliJ Bishop Warren Aill pioside , It is expected that more than Uvo hun dred preachers and delegates will bo in attendance during the entire ses sion. Bakiog Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum * Alum taking : powders arc ( lie greatest mcnacers to health of the present day. POVAI MKINO rowota co. , ntw voni. .loliu Coiiloy Named , At tlio populist supervisors con- volition in ( liHtriot No. 4 lust Fn- day John Conloy of Wood River was nominated for fliiporviHor to succeed S. Nolh wlioHo liiao expires Jaiiiui.y let 1000. u. 11 onuitoii. Sunday Huliool at 10 A. M. and prcnuhiug at 11 A. M. Tlioro will bo no evening services. Rov. Mrs. Hull will conduct a camp mooting at Miller Nub. Aug. 3 to M. A number of Broken Bow people are talking of attending. A good linio ! H expected. J. T. Orr , son of 0. T. Orr of Montana is in tlio oily visiting with IUH father and sisters , Ho wan a member of Grigsby's Hough Rulers that wont from Montana. Ho was for Hovcral weeks in the hospital and ia just now on his way back to Montana from tlio east where ho haH boon stopping Hovoral montliH to roouporate. Notice to tiic Public. Notice ! H hereby given to all own. OIH of dogs in the city of Broken Bow that on Friday , August 4th , I will prouood to kill all dogs in tlio limits of the corporation on which the tax hat ) not boon paid to the oitfrulorkj P. M. TOWHI.KY , MarHlml. At the mooting of company M reception oommittoo Tuesday night , it was deoidud to try to hold the re ception and reunion about the 25 of August. Tlio following oomniittoos were iippoinioii : Finance , . ) as.Stook- hoin , Harry Day , Q , W. Apple. On speakers , Judge Reese and Judge Sullivan. On tents , Judge Armour and Judge Bonjntniu. Geo. Harris , of Ansloy , was qtulo seriously hurc Monday morning by his team running awuy with him , ho had started out to his work when his loam took fright and throw him oil the wagon. The waaon , which was loaded , ran ever him , breaking both logs , crushing the bones. Ho in the father of Airs. Tom Wright , editor of tlio Chronicle. W.D. Grant of the hostpital corps at Manila arrived homo Tuenday afternoon. He left Manila the IB of Juno , and arrived at San Franeiseo July 2Uh. There were 130 come ever on the Indiana , but only eleven members of the First Nebraska on board. Mr. Grant says that Dr. VV. E. Talbat was the only member , of ( Jo. M , When ho loft , that talked of remaining. The Summer School which ban been in session hero for the past six weeks closed last week. Those in attoudanoo speak very highly of their instructors Profs. Hawthorne and Lewis. Prof. Hawthorne , ow ing to poor health has resigned his position as one the instructors for the Teachers Institute that convened Monday. Profs. J. G. VV. Lewis and Herbert Sutton have boon im- ployod in his stead. Supt. Tooloy is to bo complimented on his selec tions. Dr. Graham has disposed of his city property and expects in the near future to looato in the oast. Ho has not yet fully dooicod wheth er ho will locate in Ohio or Tonnes- see. The Doctor and his oHtimablo family have a largo circle of inti mate friends in Broken Bow and vicinity who regret very much to see them leave. The host wishes of the Hiii'iTiiMOAN will go with thorn. The Dootor'H failing health has induced him to try a change of cli- Mandolins , three only left ; no room for them ; they go at one- fourth prioo. Pastel and oil pic tures go for less than cost of frame. Iron beds * 1.50 to 75. I buy all kinds of goods , and advance money on any article of value. A.VV. Diuieit. DIED. I'nisv Wcilneiitay mamlng , July SOth , 1800 , nt 3C : * > o'clocK , Uco , W. Froy. of heart ( allure , Kcil US yp ri > , H months and 8 da ; * , The deooased was an ox-union aoldior , having served in the war of the rebellion four yoare , in the 03d Illinois Infantry , IIo oamo to Bro ken Bow soon ftftor the advent of the nil road in 1880 , and in part * niTship with VVm , Shotip , of Grand Island , erected the largo llouring nulls now owned by S. J.Louorgan. For a number of years ho has boon justice of the poacoand police judge of the city , and was polioo judge nt * the time of bio death. IIo wan ono of the oitio's most highly respected citizens and enjoyed the high esteem of all who know him. IIo was a member of the Episcopal church , having boon confirmed ainco ho lo cated in the city. HIM wife died Juno 4th , 1802. Since which lime he has kept liouso with his children , his daught er Miss Myrtle , and George and Herbert being with him most of the time. His health had usualy boon good , for a man of hifl ago ox- cc < pt occasionally heart trouble. Last Tuesday while on the South Loup fishing he had a spell with liis heart but had apparently recov ered , It was about 8 o'clock Tues day night while at his sou's Will Frey that ho was taken sick. His daughter who was at the hospital was sent for , but she was unable to give relief. Dr. Talbot was culled i short time before his death but bo was unable to save him and at 3:50 : a. m. ho passed away. Ho loaves six children to mourn iis sad domiho : Namely : llarryVVill MyrtluRobortGoorgo and Herbert. All are here oxoopt Robortwho as a member of Co , M is on his way home from Manila. The funeral will bo hold tomorrow at 10 o'clock , in the Episcopal churchllev.Ghas. Forguraon oflioiating. The G.A H. post.of which ho was a member will Lake charge of the remains and bury them with military honors. t'uiiuilu W. L' . Talbot Will Remain In Manila. From Germain Towlo of Thurslon Riftii'S , a discharged aoldior , who reached San Franstco Friday ia authority for the statement that Dr. VV. E. Talbot is ono of the thirty- three men of the First Nebraska regiment that asked to remain in Manila , In spunking of those re maining Towle says : "Thirty-throo of the boys asked for their dis charges at Manila , Captain Talbot to retain his position as acting pre sident of the board of health in the absence of Major Bourne. Jacob Lang was offered a position as teacher in the city schools. Others had various reasons for remaining. One was offered a civilian position in the commissary and another a job in the customs IIOUBO. Ono mm is coming homo via Europe and the " aris exposition , while several others have some little private en terprises in view by which to turn their fortunes. Eight will remain from company I , while company D. leaves not a man. Ono of these has expressed his determination to re-enlist and is looked upon as n madman. " The Ladies' Library association gave a literary entertainment last Friday night at the opera house. The attendance oamo far short of being what it should have boon , yet the entertainment was first class. The program oosistod in an instrumental duct by Misses. Lib- hie Broniuor and Mabel Willing ; solo by Mrs. Maude Hubbard , and iddressoH by A. R. Humphory and Rov. Chas. Ferguson. Another entertainment will bo pivon tomor row night by the association in the M.E.church. The principal features of it will bo a lootuio by Senator F. M. Ourrio. The admission will bo 1C cents. Improved Railroad Service. The local pansang r train which has boon run between Grand Island . and Lincoln is now extended to Broken Bow. No. 43 arrives here at 4:55 : p. in. and No. 44 departs H.25 ; ( ; a. in. and arrives .it Lincoln 5.ti.p ; ; } , . . , in. No. 43 loaves Lincoln at 10:40 : a. . m. This train will probably bo extended to Alliance as soon as the branch road to Bruh Orook.is ooni- pleted as thin will be the main lirio , ' to Denver it being a shorter route" than the southern lino. Nfils Luo.propriotor of the Grand Central food and livery barn com- enoed laying the foundation Tues day morning for a now barn , just east of the old ono on the oornor of the block It will bo 50x78 foot and will bo finished up in modern ' ' ' stylo.