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JAISOlsr, 3STEBEASK A, THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1897.
The Sioux County Journal.
Kubwriptioii 1'rir.e, tl.Ofl
OFFICIAL PAPER OF 8IOUX COUNTY.
urn. IK (lliiou.
hutirwl at thH Harrison jxt ofltce as
ftjiui class mutter.
Fusion Staff Ticket.
K r Judge of the su preme Court,
J. J. KU1.L1VAN, Columbus.
ror Regents of the Mate University,
CEO. F. KKNOWER, Wisnor.
E. V. FA RKEI.L. Keanwv.
l'u.-ioii County Ticket.
M. J. BLKWETT.
OiulitV M:p r ntcndetit.
It. F. THOMAS.
Dr .JULIAN. E. PHIMNEY.
We the Iiemrvrats of Sioux County, Seb.,
In convention luwiuljlfi), renew our devot
Inn to the principle of our pai ty at taught
by Thornsa Jefferson, ani Andrew Jackson.,
and fully, exactly and clearly define! by the
i.nwraiK t onvention at l liicago in jHjr,, t( work tjy )eartlv djs,-e.
., riiuwwi hl iiiv puu uy nun e i n uu si
millions of voters of the Unitel States.
We also assert that the struggle described
by Hon. John G. Carlisle 1m more bitter to
day limn it wan In ls's, mid that -'entaiictpa
tlon from the. beartlcsa domination of the
A firaml Opportunity.
There are today thousands of young
people on tins farms anil in the villages
who uro tied down hy ;u k of education
one of lliein my friendr It so, the
Grand Island IJusiness ic Normal Odl
atce can put you on the road to success
if vou tire ambitious and willing to
study. It make no (lifXernc) how
backward vou are rirovided vou are
syndicate, stock exchange and other money j r,,;kv and mean business. We tench
corporations in this country and Europe." j eVervtlnnif necessray for a successful
are moreimpeantive thun tver before In the KUrj; jn f you are short of ,)Kmey
history of tills nation. j we will m-rept a tfootl note without in-
We congratulate the Democracy of Nebras. I iPrel for tuition or if necessary we will
kaon having furnished t the allied silver I f,lrI,js!l every tliin?-tuition, board, and
force of the nutlo;i, thu irreat leader lion. ar1(1 pj ve yoll time to graduate and
William J.Ilryan, who so met the re.-mon.i I ,,av fr ham , Bf,er.wards. Business,
billtiesof the campalxn of liw, and who, i ormf) and Short hand courses. Hoard
The Union Pacific railroad will Vie
sold under fore-closure, mortgage 2ov 2
Enirland refuse to confer with the i
United States in the BehrinK sea. confer
ence. Salisbury the English premier
wants to rule or ruin everything ha lias
tl do with.
The statu duuiocruiiu convention
!t.-lire,. for the Chicago convention W J.
Bryan and the free coinage of gold and
tiilvcr alike at ,'1S to 1" und oppose the
retirement of.nl I classes of U. S. Money.
"Ooverniuent by injunction win also
Tim Mate oi Miine'ius uien shaken up j
)uite severely with an earth quake.
The Republican party of Nebraska
have-llled a protest with the M?ereta;y or
fsiate against the silver Hepublimn party
ijsing the name "Uspubtiiii" for their
It is too kid (h it a number nf fur
itizens urn dragged down to f)iwaha
. .i t ..... r
very now and tlion on me cnarge oi
c utting tiudier on government land just
to gratify a few person in getting a lit
tle Judas money every time they get
strapped in order to savethein from hav
ing to work tlrt aaw as otln r people.
Editor Iavi at the lirst opportunity
tries to convey tl impression to tne
Peoples Imlep xnlent Party that the
Ix-mocrats hud got all the best odlces
vo 'tll anything. The fact of the matter
is, all tl e Democrats asked wasce k,
sind that was with the consent of the
J'eople'H Party. Thesheriir wu unsol
seited and came as a surprise to every
body in the Democrat convention.
South Dakota's ex-auditor and the pre-i.-nt
one who s'iie?ied in by the tikin of
his teeth last fall have just turned in
JU8T9, ot which the ex-auditor had stolen
$2331, and tbejpeeot incumbent $43.50.
It ha been i stealing game with the re
publicans in that state ever since it was
sulmitted to the Uniorf. In that state!
tbeysccmtfl le built that way some
thing on the same plan the republicans
tdate officials of this state were.
J'reccilins oftlir Dcmorratlr Convntlon.
hhp. With, IsliT.
M per order of county central coinmlteo
the Democratic couiityconvenllon met at :
o'clock p. in. t thefXnirt h6ue, snrt was
alel to order by Chairman M. J. Oayhart,
ho read the call for the eonentlom.
On motion Jullua H. Hurkn wan chosen tem
porary chairman and Geo. U. Canon tcinpor
Kry ecratary, after which the reifular com
mlttce'H were appoint" by tbo cbalr, con
fNlliif of the folliiwln'
( om.on eredenUalii.Thoa. Holly, H. Zlmm
4 rmnn.and Ci. Kelndera- Com. on resolntlon"
1. M. Sutton, John J. Allcorn, and llcnry
W)nrbiirfer,oniltln(i eommlttee on order
On motion a committee of three were ap
pointed to confer with a like committee of
(he people' lndpedenVnt Party, which wm
In nesslon In another unrt of the Court honso
t the name time, conaltlng of M. J. Gaybart,
.fnim Scrrea and J. T. Mwtoo.
On motion convention adjonrnedone hour
In order to give commit U' time todcllber
ute. At :n0 o'clock convention reconvened with
Vhalrman llurkc In tho cluur.
Tlin orwlentliil's commltK-o report'' n
ont and Ihelr report wan accepted and
Coiifen-nce committee nJt reported, an
iindcrsUndlna hurt lieen are't on which
win, Uut the UeinocraU ahould nominate
ihc cintv Clerk and the rent or tne coiiniy
offlreri would be nominated by the People'
Independent Party for nomination.
On motion th convention accepted th
)ropoltion nnd dtchnrKth" committee.
.h '.' '' '' "' . " -'
though defeated 1 stronger lu the heart ot
the American people, than bis victorious op
)K(nent, who wbd elected by fraud and coer
cion. We denounce the maufcel attempt of the
; republican administration to secure the re
j tlruuient of the green backs and Treasury
j note under the pretence of currency reform
J and e urge, our representative in congress
fcto use every honorable means to tiruvent i
such disreputable scheme?. i
We tiffer our hearty congratulations to nil j
the people of Nebraska, on the pushing from j
pl.ice and power of the last, of the hut cor
rupt hoard of republican plunderers, who
destroyed the credit of the state, stole the!
people monev und made the Capitol build
ing a veritable den of thieves.
lcolved further, that we heartily endorse
the fusion State ticket nominated by the
throo (Treat reform force of Nebraska, at
Lincoln, Sept. 2nd, 1HW.
Resolved further, that we heartily endorse
the administration of Gov., silo A. ilolcomb
for conducting the public affair of atite i,f j
Nebraska, In the performance of hi , official
duty which comand both honor and respect
from the people of our slate.
i D. M. HUTToN. I
Committee. Jons J. Ai.coRs- I
IIEMIT WASSBIlIIUBOr.R. I
On motion the above platform of principles
m read were aicpted und thecoininittcedU-
c barged. i
On motion the convention procesd ed to
nominate County olhcurs, reultlng as lol
County Herk.M.J. TtLEvr ktt-
tounty Tie isur jr. Cfim u Itir.nr.E.
County Sherltr, Thomas HolLT.
County Judge. ;okkht Wilson.
Co. Superintendent, Mrs Ki-sib Mkhbum.
County surveyor. B. Y. Thomas.
County Coroner. Ur. Julian K. I'iiinnkt.
On motion the entire county ticket was
g;ven a unanimous vote of the convention.
On motion It was decided to rot.iln the old
central committee Including tba secratary
On motion the convention adjourned slnl
die; , ' i
JULIUS B. BCBKE.-C'IIAM.
Geo. D. Canon, wo.
lH.r0 per week. Established 13 years.
College Record K;iit free or catalogue
for 6 cents in stamps. This is your
chance of a life time. Will you let it
slip by? A dress,
A. M. IIaUois, President, f.
Omnd Island. Nebr.
- STOCK ltUANDS.
Tiir Journal will publish your brand, ike
the following, for $i:00, per year. Kach ad
ditional brand 75 eeut. Kv. ry farmer or
ranchmen in doux and adjoining countl-'S
siio-ld advertise their brands In TmbJoLB
SAL lis it eirculaU- all over the state. It
may bo the means of saving money for you.
IX THECor.NTY cni l.TOF MOI X t'dl'MV.
On left side of cattle und oa left
sliuolder of horses.
Itango on Antelojie creek
y., Ghilchrlst, Siou Co., Neb.
la the Matter of the Administration of
KsUiU' .of John H. lirown, Iiieeased.
'ial Proof Notices.
All p.ron having final proof notices in
this paper will receive n marked coy of the
paper and are rcque-ted to eramine their
notice and if any errors exist report the
same to this ottlce. at once.
Notice Knr I'fliMcnfimi.
Lund office at Alliance, Neb. I
Aug. Ml, 1MI7. i
Notice Is hereby given that the foUouing
named sett ler ha filed notice ot his inten
tion to make Unal proof In support of his
claim, and that salti -proof will be made be.
fore M. ,1. Hlewett, Clerk llistrict Conrt at
U.irrlson, Neb., on October ?ndr is7, viz:
James Mcf'atiof Harrison, Nob., who made
U.K. No.:t 14. for thlf'lio No. 1 and 2 and
K'i of N-W v, of section No. W, Township No.
33N Ifange No. -pW .
He name the following witjiosses to prove
his continuous resilience upon and cuitlva
tlon of said laiids. vlz:
V. W. Knott and Eugene Wohlheter of
Gilchrist, Ncbi, und Joseph C. Parsons of
Harrison, Neb., and Joseph II. Montgomery
of Jioduie, Neb. . J. W. WEhn, Jh.,
t '. " Keglster.
( 1IAKI.KS IilKHI-E. .
On lei I sbl or hip of cu ttle, j
On left shoulder of florae. (
IRango ou the head ot Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
fOn left shoulder of cuttle
lljiniKeon Little Cottouwood.
I'O. ., Crawford Nebr.
Stlas A. Ilolcomb Governor
James E. Harris Lieutenant Governor
W. K. Vorter - Secretary of State
John r. Cornell Auditor
J. K. .Mesi-rve Tre-niii-
C.J. Smyth lt"". v
J. V. oil'e iii '
W. H. Jackson r.upt. I'.-b '.- . I .
CONGRESSIONAL liKLKGAflON :
John M. Thurston U. S. Senator, Omaha
Wiu. V. Allen U. S. Senator, Madison
3. 1). Strode, Congressman 1st Hist., Lincoln
Ejff Legal pajiers carefully di- inn.
IIabiuson, - Ni:ms.v-iK t.
NOTICE FOE TUB rKKSENTATlON OK CLAIMS. I
Notice Is hereby given that all persons! I ronifit attention given
having claims or demands against John H, 'matters in Justice. Countv
Hkown, deceased, that the time fixed lor r
filing claims against mid estate is six Courts, and before the Unit-jd m
months from the 8th day ot S-ptcints-r, !'!".'...., niK.-c
Ail such persons are required to present!
their claims with the vouchers to the conn- Fire Insurance written in r-h i
ty judge of said county, at his office In the! .0mii-inies
l-iii...... II......;...... 1.. ..f.i ........... .... ..... .
liiiifK ... iini'iouu, in no.'. i.iii.im v, u.i v.
before the Kth day of .March, lWs, uml all
claims so filed will be heard on the 4th day
of October 1SB7 or afterward on the iind day
of eiudi regular term ol said court during
the time limited for tiling claims as afore
said. And notice is further given that Annus
Buown, widow of John H. Hkown. deceased,
has tiled her petition in the above named
court praying tba a allowance be granted
for the miiiulaiiianee of tho family of said
deceased out of the estate and that said pe
titition will be heard on the. tirst day of the
next regular term of said court. All per
sons interested In said estate are required
to appear at time and place to wlt the th
day of October, isti" at Bo'cloeka. m., and
show cause jf such exists w hy said allow
ance should not be granted,
Hated this sth dav of September A. P. 1W.
lioiiLur Wilson, County Judge.
But still on dec':
to do wagon wTork
Third building south of livery baru. .
Notice ol Leasing of Ketmnl Land In Sioux
The following described school lands in
Mints County will b offered for lease at
nubile auction at the front dour of the
t oiiuty Court House on October 14th, lst7,
heglnlng si 1 :oft o'lock p. m. and continuing
until all of said lands have been offered.
The law require all leases to draw, us an
nual rental, six per cent of the appraised
value of tin- laud leased. If mure than one
person applies for any tract, the same will
be lei to the one offering the greatest
umount of bonus,
A portion Of these laud are vecant by
virtue of an order of the Board of I'M ucu
tional Lands and funds, making cancella.
mm. entered Anitust lith, lsi.7, and mine
may lie redeemed. If delinquencies und costs
are paid belore the land is leased.
All.. K.f 1-53 I All 16-25-M
All . lfi.-W-M
AH as-3s-f.nl All
wW, 12-27 .VI w'.', tft-27..-B
Ku 17-27 53 I n ; I'l-ii-M
AH MZI-M ! All 11--t-!M
AllH aS-l!ll-53 I Art lii-2s-S3
All : s s:i I nuseusw. 16 30-.'.3
S-e'i o'a All Lac eXnw
has demonttrated ten thotiiand
times thai it is almost Infallible
irregularities and derangements.
It has become the leading remedy
for thin cls of troubles. It exerts
a wonderfully healing, strengthen
ing and soothing influence upon
the menstrual organs. It cunt
'whites' and falling of the womb.
It stops flooding and relieves sup-
e' vAiie'iHWi4. 5.1
All Kx. n e'n-
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1! W !A
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Pressed and psinfnl menstruation,
or Change of Life it is the best
medicine made. It is beneficial
during pregnancy, and belps to
bring children into homes barren
for years. It invigorates, stimu
lates, strengthens the whole sys
tem. - Thl great remedy is offered
to all afflicted women. Why will
any woman suffer another minute
with certain relief within reach t
Wine of Cardiii only cotts 11.00 per
bottle at your drag tore.
Tor advite, in fntn rtqnlrint tprctal Hrw
ffcml, oililrfw, (rftSnj tymplrmt, f.w "Ladin'
A'loiinry fv-wrtmrnt," Tin Chattanooga bttA
Ulne Co., Chattanooga, Tois.
Rev. I. W. SMITH, Comilen, S. C, tsyi:
" My wile used Wins ol Csrdul at horns
lor falling si the womb and It ntirsl
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IN THE COUNTY COPHT OF SIOUX. COUNTY,
In the Matter of the Administration of thr
Estate of Henry Ilelster, Uecessed.
D. II. Mercer,
Saxmel Maxwell, 1
W Li Stark,
K. V. Sutherland, '
A M. Post Chief Justice, Columbus
T.I). C. Harrison ..As'te Judge, Grand Island
T. L. Norval .Associate Judge, Seward
D, A. Cumpbell-.Clerk and Reporter, Lincoln
; K1FTF.ENTH JUUICIAL DISTH1CT:
M. P. Kinkald Judge, O'Neill
W. If. Westover " Hnshvtlle
M. J, lllewett Clerk, Harrison
Robert, Wilson.. County Judge
M. J. Blewett Clerk
C!.a,ilieile . Treasurer
vH.fl. Davis Rupt: Public Instruction
D. Martlett , w-8herlll
J. it. Phlnaey w Coroner
II. f. Thoinas..v. . . Surveyor
M X lllewett Clerk of District Court
Grant Guthrie. Couuty Attorney
r BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: '
Frank Tinkham... , IstDIsirlct
ii. J. Webe.r(Chairman) W "
James F. Young 3d- " ;
Otto Mutz..Kenator, Uist. No. 14, Sprtngvlew
Aa E. Sheldon Hist. No. 53, Chadron
; - VILLAGE OFFICERS:
F.Rohwer ( chairman) Trustee
.f. W.Scott "
f. H. Griswol "
W.B. Marstellcr "
N. D. Hamlin "
W. n. Davis Clerk
Lewis Gerluch Treasurer
J. W. Scott -' Director
R. L. Smuck Moderator
Iwls Ixrlach Treasurer
TERMS OF COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, commences
Spring term April 13th, Jury 14th,
Fall " October K, Jnry<h.
County Court, At Harrison, ' commences
flrst Monday of each month.
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
Methodist Sunday School meets every Sun
t jy morning at 10:00 '
J. K. Marstjlleb. W. H. Datis,
' 1,1 X. fti.trantnpil "AS CIIOUAS"
, -.M1..H1. f.,r lets luomiy; tlii-y cua'l bn
.. . ,.t-.i't l.wv, a.ilfhH y..ti n.'ttlm leiit. A
u ; Nolle Is tije aii.n e.ifmnslYO Invuminent
,-oa can utri-.-c ; It i uarellalije. and im-su that
.miner r.r lao r yon imist imy iijam. Ituy only
a fccitiiise. mtei.1 impi-oven VA 1 11I4AS! HS
wiiictl fill l.ul yiu a llfetlm, ami lin.vn tbo
cltetiii.-s( li t he nl. Nihi'h' ran ttn n dispute
)-!iurcltst.. ItJOWAHKOF IMITATIONS!
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1102 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
LOld Kralra tlrpalred.)
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If vou wi-h one of the 150,000
nncitinmi in I h I'nVprTHiient. StT"-
Vice, this Bureau can advise you
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now i.o urucccu wbctuic utuiiu n.
J Vt'U 1 CI JJtt-MMAi Hit S.JHi(-u
ftrv.cc cxafDination mcreior.
I'-nrrtrv, wci ann a toiuuiuu s.ijvi
enucaiion are all tne rcquircmcats
Tk,, u.... .,, I,... the hest facilities possible for ob
taining patent and copyrights 10 this and foreign
countries. The chief ol this dept. has had SO years
.inrirn a Chief Examiner, CcmmiSMOtier ot
Psteots, and Patent Attorney, and is very success
ful io eearing broad piU-nts and in die prostcttUon
of all patent litigation ueiore ih ran,
SCHOOL OF LAW. ' ,
' This Bureau can fit you for dmiirs to the Bar
and prepare you for- active practice in two years,
without materially? interfering with your other du
ties. Our instructors are the ablest, our system
thorough, and ourcharges reasonable. Three cours
es sre taught: University, Business and Special.
Scad for particulars, terms, etc
NATIONAL .INFORMATION BUREAU.
MHO New York Ave., Washington, D. C .
" First door north of the
RANCH SUPPLY IIOUS-:.
paid to all repai 1
work, also boot and
L. E. DICKINSIN.
, . WORK DON Kf
THEN COME TO THE
They handle every thing usualy handled in a
eral department country store.
SUCH AS DRY GOODS and GROCERIE, BOOTS
SHOES, HARD and TINWARE; also FLOUR, FEED
GRAIN, KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY GOING TO MARSTELLER .15
onnritP.oH nEAittNo offinai. acoopnt. -Now,
on the 7th day of September 1H9T,
came George II. Turner, the administrator
ot the estate of Henry Deistcr, deceased
and prays for leave to render an account as
such admltilstrator. It Is therefore ordered
t'nit the 4th dav of October, Isd7, at 1 o'clock
p. in., ntuiv office in the Village of Hurri
son. lu said county, Is- fixed as the time and
lri-?sf.T pl-ice for examining and allowing said ac
Hi ill .17 , count. And tho said heirs of said deceased,
yU 3n '9 n7 . and all persons ititeresien in sniu esiaie,
Alf "Ill Ifl 30-.-7 1 r required to appear at the time anil
All'"".""-- KSW-.W i plnee an designated, and show cause If snsjh
int."!"". 11 W exists, why said account should not bo al-
JERRY RUSK POST, No. 84.1, O. A. R.
Meets second Monday in each month in
tho court house at Harrison.
E. E. Livermoro, Com.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Harrison Camp, No. 58, meets on each
All exc. s'.n e
SWneiTs'In'wHAnKs -wijAnUs C ....1.1 3 '; a copy of this order te be published I
SHneAsnwUn V wUn?is e.i,i-..-n.2S-53 Klotix Cutis IT JourkaI., a newspaper
Wi ii-Ui Uii w'.An wUs-esAsUs e. ( ed and In ireneral circulation In said
w-4"e "r. "I,2-..T..?i.-i.ji.R i. for four wka nrlor to the da v
It is further ordered that siild George n.
Turner, Hdmlnistrator, give notice to all
persons Interested in said estate by causing
a copy of this order te lie published in Till
I UAsVs'WAn'Wtts wltl6 TO S3 I ty, for four weeks prior to the day set for
N siiAnKa.sX As e!n-w!AnHs e'4As
All exo. nus-w'n e'i.
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in resolution rersirted
tnt UlnW a.iun4Drinsll. fo
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II. W. Brown will take notice that on the
21nd day of S.pt. 1M7, 1). H. Cox Justice of
the peace for. Sioux County Nebraska, Issued
an order of attachment for lli-1. 00 lu an act
Ion, where A. I'rimeaiix, is plalntlf and II.
W. Brown derendent, that proM'i'ty consist
ing of II head of horses of defendent has
been attached ; said ease iscuiitluiied to No
vember Sth IW7 at 10 am.
Sept.Wth, 1W. A. Pbimeacx,
tcrnate Wednesday evening.
Clerk. Con. Com.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Meets each alternalo Saturday evening
at o'clock. A. U. Dew, V. U.
J. W. Smith, Clerk.
Regular business mooting flrst Tuesday
evening in each month.
C. L. Makstiller,
W.H. Davis, President.
Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
at :J. I). J. CLARK, louder.
1 JUNIOR LEAGUE.
Meets each Sunday afternoon at 2 :30.
MM. D. If. GKisw01.11, supt
Uni III I O Ths WOfttfarsMaMt.
f rnlUI v7H''r e""I- I Taf'
tamSV 'ii;",.fitl i)mct. T..lmll wnS.lfffitSM. Cuiu,
11 ftr 01, t,'. T.iinie.w. wtini-.Ti nuns ana
4.Hf.i, ti.il .--' rite. I X ISSTIIUII.
l'(..H. ill. 8..rii.l.6 4iS.lfc.
Call forOnmmlssloners Conventlmi.
Gilerlst, Slonx County, Xeb.
Aept. iHb, 1407.
There will lie held ti commissioners con
venllon nlfillchrlst Post Office on Oct. fltb
ISU7, at .' oelui k p in, for the purpose of pine
I'.g (n iKiiiilinillon a randidiite for commhw
D. a ORISWOLD, Caahiw.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Businc:
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaiu National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bavr, ClwdroD.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits,
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