VOL XYII1 , BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , JANUARY 4 J399 , EIGHT PAGES , NO 29 ,
Qradunto of Chicago Ophthalmic College
PENN & DORUIS ,
All itinda ot work in our line done
promptly and In flrst-olnss order. Red
Sbop on the corner , west of tbo DOP <
house. Give ua a trial.
New Grand Central Livery and
Feed Barn ,
JOSEPH B. SMITll , Prop.
Now xlgB aud good teams. Prices
PIXV8ICIAP * AN 8UUCIEON ,
Broken Bow , Neb.
Office over Hyer80n'B''crocery. Realy
Cence 6 > .b boueo wostof Baptist church.
AND FKED STABLE.
at the old stand , between tbe Burling
ton and Globe Hotels. Telephone con
nection. Headquarters of Callnway
etago line. Single and double rigs.
Job printing at this office.
The Gold King ,
Januiry 5lh 1000.
Cannon City coal ot Diorka
Dr. T. W.'Bass made a trip to
Grand Island Monday.
WANTED- Good navy bcana.
DOUOI.AB & BIIINBV
Call on 0. P. IVrloy , agent 1'cr
Pasteur Black Log Vaccine.
Minnie Amsberry returned to her
school at Round Grove Monday.
Now ifi the time to renew your
subscription to the REPUBLICAN.
C. D. Samson , of Ooonto , made
Irs oflico a welcome call yesterday.
The choice of thirty nice calves
forsalc. J. P MuKill , Merua.,4 8' '
The HKPUDI.IOAN and both the
Illustrated and Weekly Bee for
Th" eevpral county rttiters , elect
their ollioial duties thic
The RVPUBLIOAN aud Inli-r Ocean
forl 50 Tto REPUBLICAN and
S'alo Journal for $1 85.
Fou SALE Twenty aero farm ,
one mile of Broken Bow ; building ? ;
odwell. . Enquire at this office.
Presl * homemade bread for sale
at Fa.mer's Restaurant , third door
north of post office , Broken Bow ,
N < b.
J. G. Speake , of Omaha , was in
the city thu first of the week visit
ing. He cttmo up Sunday night
i\pd returned this morning.
Any one living in the city , who
may want a 7x0 or cabinet view of
his residence or business houee ca'l '
on mo. H. L , Frazier.
Lorin Amsberry , the younger son
ol ye scribe , and Charley Robinson ,
left Monday morning for Grand
Island , whore they will enter col
Dr. J. G. Brcnizer ind wife , who
have bean absent from the city the
past week spending their holidays
at Lincoln and vicinity , returned
home Tuesday night.
Goo. Fiick and wife , who have
been visiting in the city several
days with their father and brother ,
Taylor and Walter Fhok , left for
the south Monday morning.
The date of tbe Gold King has
been set for Jan. 5th 1000. The
favorite of last year with addition
of * new specialties by the best local
talent : not a stale thine in the lot
Remember the date. Prices 10,30
THE UUSTER UOONTY REPUBLICAN
Is the only republican newspaper published in Broken Bow
and i& up to date with news at the County Soil. It is
the oldest paper in the county , and having the largest cir
culation it is the
published iu Custer county. The subscription price is only
As an inducement to all in arrears or new subsoribsrs who
- pay a jear in advance , wo will furnish the
PAEM JOURNAL FIVE YEAftS
from the first of January FREE. This is a farm journal
in which all farmers , gardeners and house keepers would
- : - SEE DUE CLUBBING LIS
with the Inter Ocean , BOP , Journal and other papers. Ad.
* J- The Ctister County Republican ,
Broken Bow , Nebmikt.
Farms for sale and lands for ront.
Now is the time to got a farm cheap ,
as the cheap farms nro all going and
prices are commencing to advance
rapidly , J.G.Bronizor.
SrnAYED From my farm , 10 and
a half miles north of Broken Bow ,
Jut ) . ! , a red cow , white spot in
forehead , brindod figurfl B on r'ghl
O. P. Perley ia closing out Ins
entire business and offering great
ba-gaiiia in groceries , dry goods ,
uloihiug , boots and shoes , farm
implement ? , wogone , buggies , etc.
Do you want to bny acre propertv
adjoining Broken Bow ? I am offer
ing choice from four different tract ?
of land. In quantities from live
acres up to 440 acres.
Fred Rinne is laid up with a
sprained ankle , the result of a
fall on the iuy side walk Monday
morning He is getting along very
nicely and will bo able to gel
around in a week or two.
Mike Soanlon has sold his farm
north ol town to David AlHpaugh ,
f.nd has Ng-un moved to tin * oi-y.
UK \ ill put in a 'unch ' counter in
tin ) KriHtiiam building north of the
old Und office , north side.
With this isbiie of the Rurnnu
CAN wo commeuoo the publication
of an exegesis of the Sunday school
lessons , by Rev , Goo. G. Burns ,
pastor of the Presbyterian ohuioh ,
for those who are interested.
Rev. J. S. llarldeu occupied the
pulpit in the Baptist church Sun
day morning and evening , in the
absence of the pastor , and administered
istored the ordinance of baptism to
four persons after the evening ser
Sargent was represented in Bro
ken Bow last Thursday evening by
Jim Barta , Howard Savage and
Willard Fulton. Mr. Barta took
the west bound train for Wyoming ,
where ho went to ttquaro himself
with a friend ( ? )
The sociable given last Friday
evening at the residence of Dr.
Day , by Mesdames Day , Artnuur
and Pannenter , notwithstanding
the inclemency of the weather , was
well attended and a very enjoyable
time was had.
B. O. Sweazy , proprietor of the
Commercial hotel has leased to Jas.
Wright , who formerly occupied the
Globe hotel on the north side. Mr.
Sweazy bag leased the Great Wes
tern at Omaha , a three storv brick
with 180 rooms of which ho took
possession Monday morning.
Harry Boobe and wife , of Chica
go , came in Friday night on their
holiday vacation , and remained un
til Tuesday morning visiting with
Harry's former friends and old ac
quaintances. Mr. Beebe unarms
us that he is still with the Chicago
8c Northwestern railroad , whore he
baa had office work foi the past two
years at very satisfactory wages.
DIED Jacob Robinson , who
for several months has been living
in the southwest part of town , died
Monday , Jan. 1st , at the age of 77
yearn laat August. Ho was a for
mer resident of Indiarnu , but has
been a resident of Nebraska for the
past fifteen years , lie oarao from
Mullen here. Ho is an unolo of
Andrew Tree. The funeral of the
deceased w's held yesterday.
At a meeting of the boaid of the
Baptist State Convention at Lin
coln Tuesday , Rev. C.W , Briusted ,
of Fremont , was elected corresponding
pending secretary and general.mis
flioiiury for the fltate , vice , Rfv F
M. William * , resigned. Mr. Briu
sted will move to Lincoln and en
ter upon his work at once Ho is a
young man of fine qualification"
and has been a very successful
J. M. Amsberry , editor of the
Ansley Advocate , is in the city.
J B. Oabourn , county clerk elect ,
has selected for his deputy Dr.
Hakes. Just as wo expected , our
advice was not taken , and a tender
foot was selected instead of the
worthy and efficient deputy , B. W.
Sillivan , who has served the public
so satisfactorily the past two years
under Geo. Richtmyer. But we
can say for Dr. Hkos that wo be
lieve ho IB fully competent to fill
the position , notwithstanding the
fact that from a political standpoint
his right to the position was not so
great ( Bothers who wore applicants.
Wo are informed that the doctor
was endorsed by some of the lead
ers of the party , which had its in
fluence with Mr. Oabourn in mak
ing the appointment.
Found-A silk muffler , which the
owner can got at this office by pay
ing for this notice.
Mrs S. 0. Blair , of Ilillsdale ,
Iowa , is visiting- the city with
her parents , Mr and Mrs" David
S. S Hayman , of Grand Island ,
is in the city today. He is on his
way to iMerna to look after M.B A.
interests at that place
Goo. Boggs , former member of
Co. M returned to Grand Island
Tuesdiy , * vhcro ho will complete
the course of thu Business collrgo
at that place in another month , Ho
ia associate odilor ol the college pa
Miss Hiulbut , who expects to t r.
ganip.oa class iu penmanship lioro ,
completed a coiuso in penmanship
Fremont and the last year has
boon away taking a &pooial course in
art work. She is an excellent teach
er in the urt.
MissM E. Hiirlbut will organize
n clats in penmanship to commence
next Monday afternoon or evening
i1 her vortiol or slant will be ta ight
is-tnnH also in pen art work , broad
pen lettcrniuf ; , ntilnmttio eluding
pen workdrawing , crayon and pin-
tel work. Call at Library rooms ,
east side of pquare , Saturday , from
2 to 8 p , m. , and sco specimens of
work and jct terms
Rov. and Mrs.W. II. D.Hornaday
\vero given a reception at the M E.
church Monday night and wn are
informed a very pleasant time was
had. Quito a valuable purse was
presented .to him by his friendsbut
wo have been unable to learn any of
the particulars. They loft Tuesday
for Omaha where they will make
their homo while Mr. Hornaday is
engaged in the anti-saloon work.
Rev. J. S. and Mrs. Haddcn wcro
given a farewell reception Tuesday
night , at the homo of Dr. and Mrs ,
Day. Refreshments were served , a
fine progrr mo rendered and a good
time is reported. Initial silver nap
kin rings were presented them , by
Willis Cadwoll , in behalf of the
contributors with appropriate re
marks , to which Mr. Haddun respon
ded in his usual happy manner.
Toasts were responded to by Judge
Armour and Dr. Day. Mrs. Mayei
and Norma Rule furnished the party
with so mo fine vocal music. They
left this morning for Santiago Cali
fornia , where they will locate.
A unique holiday dinner was
giv n last Wfii-k by JohB Gandy to
iho members of the Broken Bow
bar. For some time Jess haB been
contemplating doing tic handsome
thing to his legal friends , and when
his wife left to spend the holidays
away from home with the under
standing that Jess should batch it
while she was gone , Jess saw his
opportunity. Ho dlaycd a turkey
and invited the boys to corao out.
They went Guttorson , Morgan ,
Shinn , Dean , Humphrey and Stock-
ham. Jess prepared the dinner ,
tore apart the turkey , made the
coffee nnd roasted the p italoos.
I'ho boys did it full justice and
apeak in high praise of Jess * culi
nary art. Dr. Willis Talbot and
Chaplain Ma'lloy. of the 1st Neb ,
came along and helped to make
disappearing guns out of the dinner.
An enjoyable ti no was had , shoot
ng indulged in , and everything
that goes to make a stag party har
monious and a good timo.
Thomson Mongel At Grand Islam ! ,
Jan. 1,1 BOO D.V. . Thomson and
Miss Sf'tU Mongol.
The bride is a well known and
popular business lady of this city ,
for years having been engaged m
the millinery business. She is a
lady of high standing and enjoys
the esteem of a large circle of
friends The groom located in
last fall on a half section of gov
ernment land near Westcrville ,
Four years prior to 1890 he was
efficient deputy county clerk un
der J J Brown He is now gen
eral agent for the Deering Manu
facturing Co , and is located at
Council Bluffs , Iowa. The R -
PUIIUCAN extends to them con
MAHHUD Atthe bomcot the bride's pawns Iu
Cueter canyon , Jammiy let , 1900 , Mr. Emmet
btoupto Miss Llzzlo Bootu , I. II. Itcfioll
Mr. Shoup ie a young man of
sterling qualities , and is well io >
spectod by all win know himwhile
the bride to know her is to lo\e
her ; with her merry loving diepos'- '
tion she throws sunshine all around
her. May the life of this young
'couple bo a long and happy one.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum *
Alum baking powders arc the greatest
mcnaccrs to health of the present day.
ROVH DAKIHQ POWDER CO. , NtWORK. .
They received many handsome and
useful presents in token of their
esteem. The names of the guusts
and the presents they received wore
as follows :
Mr niul Mrs CV llcolli , bed room Rail ; Ulolc
Coover , colleo mill mill cofTeo pot ; Ira Cooror ,
rot of cryttnl ( lianas ; Dick Kfllly , lamp ; MlBi
Outlm Cunvor. BOt of tun < peens ; Karlo Hkoup , rot
ot pliiluo : MramI Mrs Diivo Coulter , tnblo olotli
nnrt lonel * ; Mr I'riink Couvor nnd MI J Doodle
Uollov , set Klass tlii > litr ; Mra Cooior , p lr towoli :
( leu Slmup , i9 ! buotiolipotntoci ; Alraud Mr * Kii
Nicholson , oat plutos , cup * nncl saucers ; Mrs Ii
I ) Ituuscll , celery smnd and towel ; Mr Gcor.o
lloollt , three deep ilUhoi ; Mr Knnnle Van IJrunt
pnlrtowolf ! Kd tiooth and Mr * Nelllo Klniul ,
beautiful volumtot "Hriilal Doll ; " Cbas Coulter ,
pair tovvuls ; Mrs Cntbrluu Coulter , naltil dltha
Mr nnd tin Shoup , furnished bud ; bride's father
acovv : Gco Shoup. nhoi ; ; Mr and Mra Joseph
Hftcfolo , u ho t ; Jciuilo Wlmnior , Rlnci fruit
Jleli ; Mr uuil Sits Jnmea Wlmnior , towel ; Mzr.lo
and Itulli Iluefclo , crjetal fruit dish.
NOTIOK The Equality Political
Club will moot at Mrs. F. II
Young's Saturday evening at 7:30.
Doc. 12,1800 , at the h < UBO of W.
W. Potts , Mr. Luther Wiloox and
Miss Alice Bryan both of Huxley
Nob.T. B. McDonald oflioiatiog.
Cattle For Sale.
Ono thousand head of onu , tw"o
and three year old steers aleD eight
hundred head of slock cattle. Foi
particulars enquire of W. C , Greg
ory , tf.
Jess Gandy baa at all times on
his ranch , six miles southwest of
Broken Buw stock cattle for" sale.
Terms made oh application. tf
Try Wilson Bros , for all kinds
of hard and soft coal , and see if
they do not merit suub favors in
quality , weights and prico. 628-41
A well improved farm near town
Como early. JAMKS Lmmion.
Win.Albright and MQZU Mc'Quis-
ton have a good supply of mittcuH
that they got over at Brock's. See
the boys for particulars. 'Iho way
Billy came home was no trouble to
A. VV. Drake's holiday goods are
arriving. Como and see him for toys
pictures , frames , easels , screens , our-
tain rods , poles , tiimmings oot.
Universal low prices on dishes ,
gasswaro , china cups and sauoere
cutlery , and spoons , rockers , oonter-
tables couches and iron bods.
Three doors south of Bank of
Commerce , west side of square.
The KKPUHUCAN offers the best
lates on subscription you can get
anywhere. See our prices.
The Illustrated Ileo If * 00
Tt.o Weekly lien ot
Tbo Inter Oceou 1.00
Tut-Kurtn Journal 1.00
The Globe Democrat , 1.00
The Toledo Hlado l.tt )
The Uepuhllcau . . , 1 W
\V3 will furnish you the whole
list 010 yoai- for | 3.85.
Or we will give you
The HoimbllcuM and Illustrated aud Wnoily
Do i for $ .
The Itepub lean und Inter Ocean for l.fX )
'PMJI II i. mi hi I nn > i niiH fllnFwt III * itifiprrt t fnr . . . l.tV )
Tim Kuitibllcan undTolndo lllaJo for _ . l.W
To anyone who acoorts any of
the above oilers between now and
the first of .January , 1900 , wo will
give the Farm Journal for five
years f ee ; or to anyone who pays
up. Now is your timo.
Preaching each Lords day at 11
u.m. and 7:30 : p.m. Sunday school
10 a m. , C , E. 0:30 : p.m.
T. B. MCDONALD. Pastor
WANTED-Su/orAl persons for dUtrlc
ofllee muiia ers In thU state to represent
mo in their own and surrounding coun
ties. Willing to pay yearly $000 , payable -
able weekly. Dean-able employment
witb unuBUsl opportunities. Roieron
oeaexchanged. Ensloau Belf-ndclrefed
stamped envelope * S. A ; Pink , 330
Caxtou Building , Chicago.
San Isidiro , P.I. , Nov. 3 , ' 99.
Mra Calista Grant :
Dear Aunt , Uncle and Consina :
I received your letter of Sept. 24
today. Juat about one hour after
writing ; the letter that will pre
cede this I received an order to
vamoose from the 2d Reserve
Hospital to the lat Diviaion Hos
pital at this place. We left the
next day , the 24th of October , on
the train for Calumpit ; we arriv
ed there at noon , expecting-
take the boat up the Rio Grande
for here. We went into camp in
an old sugar house and stayed
there till Saturday , passing- the
hours swimmingboating - and
telegraphing- rations every
two days. On Saturday we re
ceived orders from Gen. Otia to
proceed by train to San Fernan
do and there report to the com
manding officer of the U S V. for
rations and escourt This we did
and on the following Monday we
left San Fernando , accompanied
by the wagon train and a battal
ion of 34th U.S V. We arrived
here safely on Wednesday night ,
having hiked the distance of 40
miles through the mountains
On the train from Manila to Cal
umpit I met John Perrin ; he has
received the appointment of 2d
Lieutenant in the 27th USV.
He has been running a store in
San Fernando with Whitcomb ,
one of the Nebraska boys whom
Will will remember. This ia a
beautiful place ; it is larger than
San Fernando and better built.
The natives did not destroy the
fine buildings , and everything ia
in good order ; it lies on the bank
of the Rio Grande , 10 miles north
of Mt. Arayat and 700 feet above
the level of the sea. The days
are fine and the nights are cool ;
the streets are shaded by large
Mango trees and all kinds of
fruit is in abundance. The people
here are not of the same class as
those around Manila ; these are
Papongas , and speak the Papon-
a language ; they arc not so
hlthy and seem to be a more pro
gressive class than the Tagaloa ,
I infiant to itave sent some Christ
inas presents home so that they
would arrive about Christmas ,
but cannot as we will not be paid
until January. Then I will do
the best I can. Don't forget that
Christmas box , for I got left last
year , and you cannot imagine
what a Godsend anything like
that would be Please send me
some stamps , as we cannot get
them here , and can not get to go
to Manila on any excuse I am
working here in the office , and
you may bet I am glad I didn't get
into a ward. I got a letter today
from Emmett with one of his pic
tures ; it is as natural as any I ever
saw. VVell I must close aa I have
some letters to copy for the Major ,
Your loving nephew ,
CHAS.E BUSBY ,
1st Div. Hosp.
Applications for-half fare per
mits for the year 1000 will bo re
ceived , and clergymen are urged to
make their applications at onoe.
II. L. OnuauY. Local Agt.
Tbo First National Bank of
Broken Bow , located at Broken
How , in the State of Nebraska , IB
closing up its affairs. All note
holdres and others , creditors of
said association , are therefore hereby
notified to present the notes and
other claims against the association
for payment. Dated Oct. 23,1800.
1-11. II. G. KooBBS , Cashier.
As I am closing out
my business I respect
fully request .and ask
all parties who are
ndebted to me either
by note or book ac
count , to call at once ,
and settle the same.
Also anyone having
any claim or demand
against me will please
present the same at
once for settlement.
O. P. PERLEY.
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