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I ' % , ) L , XVIII , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , AUGUST.3 . , 1899-EIGHT . PAGES , NO 7 , - - - - MOfiGAHiWRIGHTTlRES Do You Know why TIRES DO NOT WEAR As Well as they used to ? It is because they deteriorate so fast when not in use even faster than they would if used. When tires first came out , they could not be anything but fresh. Now the factories make a tire , and send it to their sales agout , they in time sell it to the jobber , and ho to the dealer. By the time it reaction the T4a f rider , it is half worn out , although never used. I have just received 25 Pairs of First Quality 11 UBLETUBE MORGAN & WRIGHT TIRES , Direct from the factory. On these tiles I have paid no middle men's profits. They will wear like "your first ones did , " and will cost you Only $6,50 Per Pair , Bicycles , _ . , Sundries and Repairing. EDWDfT F. MYERS , Telephono-'No. 41. Opposito.Farmora Bank. MORGAN &WRIGHTTIRES ARE-GOOD tlRES ABE GOOD TIRES O. W. ItBAL. A. I" , f M1TII. Beal & Smith , ATTOUNKYS-AT-LAW Prompt attention given to collections and real estate. Olllco over First National Hank. 5 Hrokim How , - - - Nebraska. Checkered Front l-'HBI ) AND L1VKUY HAKN , K. II. CI.INGni/tN , I'rop'r. solicited. Onod iictnmmodallonH , fair treiitmiMit and rinsonlililu rates Clms/W. HakesM. D. Successor to Dr. M. C , Blystonc. Ofliceover Chrystal UruR Store. Calls prompt ly aiiBwerccUrorn ofhce , day or night. R. B. Mullins , Physician - and - Surgeon , Sargent , Nobr. Dr. Chas. L. Mullins , PllYHIOJAN AND SUUGBON. 2d stairway from went end.in Realtj block ; residoooo , north s do. Sun Headache. Vnny persons cannot go to church or an entertainment , ereu out walking , or rid I ing , or a short jour'ii'y on the cars , with- ont Incurring tlio worst kind of hnaducho It's Ijocansu of dofuc Ivu vision The heat mill glare of the sun etlli further ( train the overworked ejrcs make tnciu mr.nrt , aud hum and ache I lit jour CJCH ulth the proper classCK to protect them anil re lluve the strain. Consultation Froo. I A K. ANDKHSON , ( Jnuhiuto of Chicago Opthahnlc Colk'Ro 0 8 02 S2iSfe3 : iEeKSSXK ! ; iEeKSSXKs Farmers , ask my competitors if they can carry $1,000.00 of Insurance ag-ainst 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. USsST'Ollioo in First National Biuk buildinu , l"t flior. c Ksxv7xx : ? > csxxxxx : : xx x ; V. 0. WOKNALL , ' . 1'rcsldeiit. J. A. \HItI3 , . . . , Cneliltr. J. ' . A. UOUKUT80N Vlco-1'res. . - W. I ) HLACKWKLL , Aei't OMhler ! Farmers Bank of Ouster County , BROKEN BOW , NEB. Trausaots a General Binking Business. County Claims and Warrants Bought. Local Mention. Job printing at this oflioe. Buy quoenswaro at Pcalo & John's. I'uro eider vinegar at J. C. iJowcn'a. Cannon City coal at Diorks dumber Co. Tea loaf brand of teas at J. C. Bowon's. Go to Foster A Smith's for your summer ooal. Covenant mooting at tlio Baptist church Saturday night. First class butter and fresh fiitit at Poale & John's. Call on O. P. Porloy , agent for Pasteur Black Leg Vaccine. , FOR SALK Pony , cart aud har ness. TAYLOR FLICK. A R. Humphory went to North Platlo Tuesday morning on legal business. See Will L. Rule , at Foster & Smith's yard , and bavo him give estimates on your billn. For fresh and ourod moats of ill kinds oall at-Peter Simonson's first door south the post otlioo. For Sale-Thirty yards of rag car- pot. For particulars inquire of the ladies Baptist Aid Society. We want your grocery orders , and wo will treat you right. J. C. BOWKN. Some good rebuilt threshing ma chines for sale cheap , at reasonable prices. Call on G.w.Wildo. Rosa andVernie Blair attended the special meetings at Mason City last week. They enjoyed a pleasant time. The oity marshal is making war on the weeds this week that present sent so unsightly appearance on the vacant lots. Jasi C. Osboruo , contractor and builder. All work iirst clasp ; for particulars , call on or address him at Broken Bow. FOR SALK Two houses ; ono two blocks east of square , and ono west of Glebe hotel. Enquire at Bangs' studio. There will bo no cervices in the Presbyterian church Sunday. The Sunday School will ba held at the Christian church at 12 oclook. A II Lewis of Ansloy has com pleted arrangements to put in mar ble works in this oity in the near future. Ho has ordered the stock. Gee Maineof Ansloyho wan thrown from his wagon last week and his legs crushed , died from had lis injuries and was hurried last L'hurday. G M.Sullivan of Alliance was vis- ting in the city Monday , with his brotuorJudgo II. M.Sullivan. Ho oft Tuesday for Salt Lake with a view of locating. Mrs. Harding , the national tom- > eranoe leoturojwas favored fiilh a very fair audiouco last Friday nighl , considering the number of other entertainments that evening. Dr. Sutherland , of Grind Island , was favored with a iiuu audiunue at he Baptist church Sunday morning. Ho gave an able discourse on the necessity of a Christian education. Farms for silo and lands for rent. SJow is the time to got a farm cheap , as the cheap farms arc all going and prices are commencing to advance rapidly. J.G.Bronizer. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Kimberling , of Grinnell , Iowa , are visiting in Uio city with their son , J M. Kim- berhng , assistant cashier of the First National bank. They arrived Sat urday night. Polor Simonsonwho has been in the imploy of C. F.Tiorncy for sev eral years ban bought Fred Mau- liuk'B meat market. Tin RKFUBLI- can wishes him success in his new ontcrpriHO. Dr. R. B MullinH has bought the renidonco property of Mrs. Pred- niore , recently occupied by W. D. Blaokwell , oonhidoration $750. The Doctor expects to move back to Bro ken Bow in a few days. The republican congressional and judioal conventions have been called to moot at Lexington Tuesday Aug. 2iUh. The basis of representation for dolagati'B to both conventions is thn same as adopted by the state. Fou SALK 534 head ot yearling steers. Will soil on six months time to good parties ; wo will also loan money to parties on cattle. Inquire ot J. R. Blair & Co. , Broken How , Nebraska. Ofline fourth door north | of the Burlington Hotel , tf Chase and Sanborn ccffoes at J. C. Uowon's. Now York full cronm ohooso nt ; 'oalo & .John's Try our Diamand Bulk coffee PKALK & JOHN , Foster Smith'J is the plaoo to pur chase your material for your porch , or repairs on your house. City and I arm property insured against lire , lightning and torna does , .1. M. KlMllKUMNO. Wanted , a girl to do general IIOIIHO work. Good wages to the right person. tf MKS. JAMUH Liunvuni. Before having any hail iimiranco written on your crops see W. D. Blaokwell the agent of the old and reliable St Paul Fire and Marino insurance Co. and got his rates and teiinp , LOST A black and tan female dog , six years old last Friday wook. Information leading to the rooovory of the dog will bo liberally reward ed. T. W. Edwards. Broken Bow Nob. \Yiintcil. A good Indy cook and house keeper wants a plaoo to work in a private family or hotel. Address box 108 , City. Letter List. Following is the dead letter list for week ending Aug. 1st , 1800. Mr. A. J. llutlcr. Mr J. A. Hnrtmnu. 1'atrick Murphy. Mr Ncleon Vim Ulpur. Itor. J. K. Lnunmn ( card. ) Parties calling for any of the above will please say "advertised. " L. II. JKWBTT , P. M. The Sunday tuiliool convention last Saturday night and Sunday afternoon and uigbt at the Precby- tcrian church was quite well attend ed and all the SOSSIUIIB were interest ing. The session Sunday night was especially interesting. The oflioors elected for the ensuing year , J. M. CarcsH , president ; II. Lomax , vice- president ; Ijibbio Brenizer , secre tary ; and W. W. Bishoptreasurer. The Burlington system is the latest convert to the advantages of ' Pullman color" lor the exterior of passenger oars. The four handsome irains just built for its use between Denver and Chicago arc finished , not in the light yellow which is so familiar to western travelers , hut in a ncn MIKIO ot olive green. All the cars being of the same co'or ' , the no\\ trains present an oxoeed- ingly attractive appearance. Red Letter Days in Black HUls. Hot Springs , Sylvan Lake and Spear- liati are three black Dills Pimunorrueorts timt are as attract ve In their way UB any plaoes of their Ind in the West. And they are aa different as any three places can bo. Hot Springs IB a , health resort u jjood pluco to not rid of one's rheumatism and 10 eujoy life while renewing one's youthful vigor. Sylvan Luke la a pretty nook In the heart of the Hills , nn ensyuuif , ' , cool , drotuny spot , where hot weather Is un known. Spearilsh IB a thrifty town of parhapn 1,1500 people , not piirtlcnturly notable except In ono respect the beauty of tliu rallrond ride to U. Yon should mnku the trip to realize how fine it IH. Thnro IB notu tig more exhilarating , even in the HocUlea. During July , the Burlington Houto will run two cheap excursions to Hot Springs Cueter ana Sylvan Lake , ono on the 4th , the other on the 18th One faro , plus $2 , for the round trip. Tickets g ( ou 30 days lonjf enough to enable you to viaitcvery point of Interest In thu Bluck Hills , as well na to receive untold benefit from the crisp air am honllng waters ot this northern sanl turlutn. For ticket * cnl ! at the nearest Bur lington ticket ofllce. For beautiful illustrated advertising matter nbout the Blnck Hills , write to J. Francis , PAeBOogar Agent , Omnlm Nub. Burlington Koute California Excursions Cheap ; quick ; comfortable. Leave Omaha ! : n5 p. m. I in doln (1:10 ( : p. m and Hastings 8fiO p m. every Thursday , in clean modern , not crowded ton rift sleep ers. No transform ; cars run righ through to Sun Francisco and Lo Angeles over the Scenic Route through Denver and Salt Lake City Cars are carpeted ; upholstered it rattan ; Lave spring seats and back and are provided with curtainH bedding , towlos , soap , etc. Uni formed porters and experienced ex cursion conductors accompany cac ! excursion , relieving passengers o all bother about baggage , pointing out sbjeuts of interest and in man other ways helping to make th overland trip a delightful oxpor ionoe. Second class tickets ar honored. Berths $5. For folder giving full informa tion , call at nearest Burlington Route ticket oflico , or write to J. Francis , general passenger agent Omaha , Nob. Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum * Alum baking powders arc the greatest men.iccrs to health of the present day. BOYAl DAKINft POWDCR CO. , NtW VORK. Card of Thanks. Wo hereby desire to extend to the members of the Q. A. R. post and citizoiiH of Broken Bow and viuinity our sincere thanks for the assistance and kindness shown us in the death , and burial of our dear father. IlAItllT FllKY , WILLIAM FltBY , M YKTIiK FnKT. GICOKOK FIIKY. IlKKIlKRT FUBY. The Rui'iiBLiOAN was the lirst to receive the news Sunday morning of tlio arrival of thollanoook in the Sau Francisco harbor Saturday night , from our special correspondent F. A.Harrison. In the afternoon of the same day wo roooiuod a second message containing the glad intel ligence that none of oompny M was seriously Hick and that "they sent grotings to nil at home. " On rccop- .ion . of the news flags were swung o the brei-zo in honor of the ooca ion and but little else was talked of luring the day , but the arrival of Compny M on Amoroan soil. J. B. Emptield , our faithful oor- espoudont of Byno , made this office a friendly call Monday. August 1st was Mr. Empfiold's Hixty-uovonth ) irthday , twelve of which lie has mssod inaster county , having iomo hero from Pennsylvania twelve -earn ago last St. Patrick's Day. lis friends tried to porttuado him , when ho started , that ho would not ivo to HOO Nebraska , but after v'olve year- residence hero ho is in )0tlor hoallh than when ho came , ind if possible is a stronger ropub- iaan although ho dates his abolition views back to when ho was eight 'oars old. May ho live to enjoy nany more birthdays , and see many nero republican victories , Is our wish. THE INSTITUE CLOSES. The TunohorB Institute which tins been n session here for the lust two woolen closed lost night with a meeting at the M , 15. Church in which teachers and pat- ronB pnrliolpiilod. It was In fact the clofe ot n si'oslon which began yesterday Horning ft ml which wua arranged for mombcrrt of the Pctiool hoardspatrons ol > ur public schools and tenchora. Near- y every conceivable topic WIIR diacussoi pertaining to the work and the printed program previously arranged was in the mam carried out. This has been n very succeBfldil Inntltute ; the enrollment reached 228 ; the largest attendance In the history of the county. Its emlnon success Is duo largely to the untiring elToitB of Superintendent Tooley , iiBBla ed by Mcesrs.Sutton , Atklson , Lewis and MIPS Burger ; his ahle corps of instruct ors , and the he'irtv co operation of the teachers in attendance. The mealing yesterday ft ml last night was a ilttlnj climax to a very Biicuastfiil Institute. CATTLK Foil SALK : At all time on mv ranch six miles southwest of Broken Bow. JKHBK GANDY. Hurlinglon Route Another Kxcurilou To trie Uiaek Hills. Date , Tuesday , August 8th. Rate , ono faro for the round trip Limit , HO days from date of sale. The Hummer resorts of Black Hills are filled as never before Hot Springs and Sylivan Lake are crowded with pleasure sockets The hotels and sanitariums , arc doing the biggest business in their history , but there are s'ill room for more. Hot SpringB thermal waters have lost none of their old time efficacy is proven by the fact that more people have been ourod or bonofittod this year thanjat any time in the past. Remember the dto of this low rate excursion Tuesday August 8th. Remember , too , that the Burlington Route runs a through stooping oar to Hot Springs. Get aboard it at Linolon or any where north of there and go threw without change or delay of any kind. J. Francie Passangor Agent , Omaha , Nebraska Wo buy produce and chickens. J. C , BOWKN. ON AMERICAN SOIL. The UlorloiiH First Nebraska la Snfelf I/niiiled on American Soil. Only Fourteen Hick , and 'Tliojr Mot Seriously. The long prayed for day of the safe arrival of tiio heroes of No. > raska from Manila has dually boon oalizud. The transport llanoook , whioli safely carried them over , lulled into harbor at Man Francisco Saturday night , at 10:30. Whoa Ightcd in the harbor Saturday even ug , the RitruiiLtoAN corrcapondonl at Sau Francisco telegraphed the ' nowB to UH , it reaching here early ' ' sunday morning. It merely stated 'That the Llanooukaa entering . , ho harbor. " But that bit of news ' oausod rejoicing in every loyal heart. At 3:30 : p. m. Sunday A second diBpatch was received by the uruuLtOAN , staling , "That the No- > raska boys are looking fine ; they are in good spirits ; no oomplaining , only fourteen sick , all alight. They , send grootiuga to all at homo , " ( signed , "F A. Harrison. " About . ' the same hour , Dr. R. 0. Talbot re- . ooivod a telegram from Capt. V. C. H Palbot , oonvoing the news that he was well , that uono of Company M < wore seriously sick , and that nib > rothor , W.K. Talbot , had remained n Manila. Not being ( satisfied with ho inoagor news roooived , Major Skolton telegraphed to Capt.Wilson nquiring about hifi son Hay. Mon * lay morning curly ho reoeived a ologrnm from Capt. Wilson , stating that iiay waa well , but Browning , Shultz , Williams , Forsuytho and , Steers wore in the hospital. " W. ' 11. Oaboruo also received a telegram rom lun son , Lieut. W. 11. Osbornu , announcing the arrival of the First Nebraska , mating that Stewart Lau- torruan wan loft at Manila with a "over. Thus WOH our community gener ally well informed of the arrival and condition of the boya several hours before any information could bo obtained from the Htulo dailies , The roooption given the Nebraska boya when they landrd at San Franoiuoo is reported as having boon a grand affair , and highly fitting in honor of the great record the boya have ( made for themselves and their coun try. They were not permitted to 150 ashore until Monday , and it , waa ihon the great demonstration took [ ilaoc. The date for mustering out Lho First Nebraska has boon fixed for August 23d. They will not bo able to got homo before the 2tth or 28th , which will necessarily put off their roooption a week later than was planned. John Porrin , of Sar gent , it in reported , ia among the number who stayed. HUNTERS ATTENTION [ -Under the game law the killing of grouse or prairie ohiokona la prohibited before September 1st , 1809 and IB punishable of 813.00 per bird. AB Rood citizens , we should respect and obey the law and should Insist ttmt others do the lame. By September 1st , the birds will b old enough to stand some chance ( or their lives , and thus prevent wholesale slaughter , and then thoio who wish to hunt can do eo legally. Under the law it is made my duty lo enforce the game law and I Intend as far nt possible to do BO , and RBk and shall liopo for the oo- operation of nil oltl/.ens In enforcing the same. L. E. KIRKPATHIOK , County Attorney Eag Carpet Sold chonp , In any length pieces deilred. Ctr- pet wekTlng hollclUxl. Prfooi reaiouable. Mrs. Louise Raymond. Weel of Dowon'a Store. APPLICATION VQtt LIQUOR L1CCNHK. notica U hereby iv that on the 1st day of Au lit , 1858 the under lrnol ( Kd. K. Mtllojr flUd with the city clerk of the city of Urokeu Uow , Cutter countr. Nob. an application to the mayor and city council to neil malt , iptrltnoai and Yin- out liquor * In the third ward of ( aid city , laid application being algned by the lt-g l number of reildunt freohnl leri of aald ward. Bald petition will txtcallad upfor couilderatlon by the mayor and council of ald city IrarawlUtaly after th complets publication of this notice , a * required by law , or ai noon thereafter ai aalil mayor and city council may order. Dated at Ilroken How , Neb. , tali 3rd day of AairuBt , I8W. AI'I'LIOATION FOIl LIQUOn LICENSE NoUce li hereby siren that ou the Ird day ot Augnit , 1899 the underaUnfcd JoaepU S , BaU h and James L. Hogle , constituting the firm ot Halich 4 Hogle , filed with the city dent of the city of lirok n How , Ouster co. , Neb. an applies , tlon to the mayor and lty council to tell malt. iplrltuouB and vlnoni liquors In the Third ward of tald elt ) , laid application belug signed by tlio lecal number of reildent freeholder of Bald ward. Said petition will be called up for on lderatlon by the mayor and council of eald city Immediately after the complete publication of thU notice , u required by law , or u soon thereafter u itld mayer and city council may order. Dated at Broken How , Neb. , this 8rd day ot Auirnat , 1899. U , LI. 1'tokett , city clerk. JotepUB. U , UcU and Jam L.