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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1896)
Tl)8 Sioux County Journal.
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J ff. Simmons,
trt'rrt at tHe Ilarritou ikmI uirk-r as
Jfecud elm utter.
TjlCRJpjY, NLrt'EJlKEIt ., 1;
prysn is nit likely to starve for uant
of a job. A New Vork firm has olbrr-d
him salary of .2".iii i a yr to nuiimv
law iepurtiiM-nt in tlx-ir ton?.
Jmi,'e Elmt-rS. 1'undy, iff the Ur.i'-d
States eorirt, (lied a', bis home in Imal.a I
feist weefe. He had toll;," xs-sidvd ot r I
jhi fi-tienil iu)rt fur tie: district of!
Nebesfc:v. .V niimbtr of asjiirants for '
fht) phtcegrti already mentioned, in! it is '
SuiiJ tlrnt President Cleveland will an- I
poini ro que bo is over sixty years old ;
pr wm is Dot a so '.(rut money tlem.MT.it. j
T5e election not only va r favor of
MiKinley, but botll the .senate ami In. us,,
pf representatives Bill be republican so
tlmt legislation aloiij;' republican lines is
assured. The effect of that assurance is
already bvu.g shown in tlve east aiimr;,
mills ami factories, anil those who have
denied that protection bruits ;'ood
times are requested to watch the result.
Tte announce rueit 01 1 r. Stepbcn I J.
mmons, of New York, tliat be has
foontl a method wljervby silver mas- be
transformed into roM is one of tlie most
recent advances of science. t is not. the
"wild assertion of an riTispof-siblt; tWKi,
tippalist for Dr. Emmons is a scientist of
the highest order and bis announcement
lias been lonjj anticipated and while it
aroused interest and curiosity it caused
no astonishment among those ivlM have
kept abreast of the advances of scientific
research. The ultimate result of the dis
covery of Ur. Emmons is an interesting
tltemp for discussion. For aes ,M h.i s
been largely the measure of value in
justness transactions in all civilized na
tions. If the conversion of silver into
plJ is not attended with too 'f.-reat ex
pose tlw increase iu the amount of gold
,; in the world will be go great that it will.
jnost, likely, make it a less desirable
jwedtutu of exchange. That would up-
'srtthe existing conditions to a very
great extent and whafc would be decided
-"fn to take the place of gold in the busi
' ness world cannot be foretold. The de
velopment of the method will be walch
pd with interest.
f)ur America a )'- hn Ms.
' The progress of our ow n presidential
Campaign has been marked by the wail
pf many pessimists whose voices have
been beari along the outer fringes of the
general conflict. In the East the pessi
mists are practically all in
one political camp, while in the
Vejt they are all on the other side.
The Eastern pessimists have been !
moaning the fearful decline in the moral
character of tlie nation as indicated by
the desrate wickedness of tiie Chicago
platform and the shocking depravity of
,he millions of citizens w ho are support
ing William J. Bryan. The Western
pessimists, with precisely the same de
gree pf self-righteous censoriousness, are
proclaiming the enormities of the" mon
ey power," he dark designs of the "syn
dicates," "trusts," and corporations, and
he speedy downfall of all our best insti
tutions in case McKinley should 1 elect
ed. His victory, tliey declare, would be
the triumph of the most grasping and
pnscrupulous plutot racv that bus ever
. in all history fastened its clutches upon
an enslaved people. In justice to the
most representative portion of the coun
try, it should be said that the one set of
pessimists wil cruelly ba found east of
tip Alleghany mountains, and tlie other
$ets almost to a man, west of tl? Mis
souri river. In the central section, ex
. tending from Pennsylvania to Nebraska,
. The political little lias been raging most
lustily; but men are not pessimists in
jn that region. In those splendid com
men wealths of normal and wholesome
development, of high average prosjierity
and of comparitive freedom from ex
trepie contrasts of social condition, the
people are not given to uppoing. even
tinder the excitement of a presidential
campaign, that their country ingoing to
the dogs or that half their "fellow citi
zens are rascals. From "Tlie Progress
of the World,' in November Review of
The Toledo Weekly Blade.
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