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HABBISQjNT, 3STEBA.SIC A, THURSDAY, HOV. 1837.
The Sioux County Journal.
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OFF IGIAt. PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
;o. 1). Canon, - - . llitor.
Kntin-H at tin- IUmju pom olllce a
ecUIIU fin IIIHlUT.
THESE ARE ELECTED FOR
The Election of Only one Candi
dates Is in DouM.
Fusion S'.nie Ticket.
Tr Jtulf of tbe .nprm Court,
J. J. SULLIVAN, Columbus.
For tnt of the fitnte Cnlrf rnlty,
fjEO. F. KENOWER, Wisner.
E. V. FARRELL. Kearny.
Fusion County Tieket.
M. J. BLEWETT.
fa a ty Sheriff,
MLSS ELSIE MERRIAM.
B. F. THOMAS.
Dr .JULIAN. E. PIUJINEY.
County CommlMloner, lot Iikt.
JENO C. MENG.
County CommlMloner, tnd Iilst.
4'onnty r)uiui1ioner, lrl Ulnt.
Victory is ours.
Through the comb
ined efforts of the
ref orm forces Sioux
county has done
her part toward the
redeeming of the
state of Nebraska
out of the hands of
a lot of boodlers.
It not only shows
that the state has
been still further
tlOll at LiUCOlll, '
1 , ,
out -tsryan and free
Cll VfT ICS -nrf narl
-AvtI HOD QCaCl, ;
iDPlfhor 1CJ - nTrcariaTM -
tV llGP in 2Iett '
Hon. John J. Sullivan is
j (.'looted supreme Judge of the
1 1-tale of Nebraska by from
! 1 :. 000 to "0,000 majority. The
fusion candidates for Regents
are elected alo, though with
a slightly decreased wor!.'!?; ""T j1
, J picked to piece, mii-T' presented, malign-1
New York, Maryland, Ken
tucky, Colorado, and proba
cy Ohio has gone Democratic.
South Dakota only elected
j three reform circuit Judges
jout of eight to be elected in
! the state.
jtousthat if the voters were
j left alone without resort to
ico-ertion and intimidation,
they would be found voting
right on all public questions
it hat would be for the wel
; fare of the public good.
j Hx-state auditor Hippie and the pres
ent stale auditor M.iyhew of south Dak
i fit:, have been bound over to the circuit
! court for embezzlements of state funds,
i Let the good work go on, if men elected
I to fill-important ohVes in the gift of the
j people without stealing then tliev ouirlit
! to l d!nlt with accordingly, . No mat-
Ur what party they represent.
Report comes from Dawes county that
the entire county ticket i elected with
tlw exception of county Superintendent
and that office stands in doubt up to
last niht with three or four precincts to
hear from giving tho fusion candidate
a fighting dunco for election yet. Itav,
Julian nas a v-ry popular candidate, and
hence his Letter chance for election.
' .1 i i . . 1
now inau ine campaign is cioscu lei
us ct down to business and let the past i
be the past. It has been our aim during
the campaign just closed to refrain from
personal flings at any of the candidates
running on the opposition ticket. And a
paper or a candidate who will engage in
such disreputable business ought' not1 to
be countenanced in a neighlorhood.
There is one thing we have this much
to nay on that point; It has been with
out doubt one of tho cleanest campaigns
it ever has been our good fortune to pass ;
through. Which in our opinion speaks
volumes for the people of Sioux county.
In a general way the candidates on both
sides seem to have vied with each other
in conducting the c invas on a clean vote
hunt. Of courie we may be mistaken,
in the above statements but believe we
are correct in what we say.
All the defeated candidates seem to
take defeat like men without making a !
howl as some defeated candidates wool I !
do. The other fellows had they been de
feated, would doubtless have takeo tbeir
medicine the same.
Henry George tha laboring man's
friend and who was a candidate for may
or of Greater New York City did on the
29th lilt- of apooplexy in that city while
in active campaign word, having made
a speech tha night he died and only sev
en or eight hours before. No doubt but
if he had lived to pass throught to tha
end of the campaign he would have been
elected the oext mayor of New York
He certainly had Tamany and the '
Piatt machine pretty badly beaten up
to the time of his death. Whatever
.... . . ,
night have been th. result as U hiselec-
lion last Teuesday at any rate the labor-
ing people of the United States have last
one of their best friends and will be a
i .(,.. k., ., k 1M l-
long time before another man will be
found who can fill his place as well. It
is a pitty there isnt more such men in ,
the world. I
. , ...
Henry George has been called an an-
anhUt and a. inrv r ran If hut tha an.
archist and a traxy cranK, out tne "P ,
ithets wer misapplied, and any body
who took the trouble and was not too
partisan to read bia views could not
hesitate to say his political views war
as sound as the views of tho two old par
ti. Tl wns dul'l"s honst and sin-
Wlmt 19 T1,ou-ht ofai,Eili("--
The man who -in run a. nfniniun
witll0ut flnf criticised, ceosuivd and
inremeneu, lias never iieen louiul, says
tie M,.ysvine, (k.v.) i-er. h . a
barrt" "Jahty, beautiful to think of hut
incapable of taking on morality and
ssH;ii',in wth vulgar hum.inity. t
' plei,se everv body as it is fr every
"""'y to p'eas,! him, and the u pner lie
makes up his mind to the sttiliOin fact
me ueiter ior nil concerned. 11 ne
works l,ar.l for the public good, lie re
ceiqes private sensure; if he compiim-tits
merit he is censured by jealous dements;
if lie approves morality he is cursed by
immorality; if ha tries to be. lair he is
condemned by the unfair; if he makes u
mistake few overlook it or anliiz for
him. No matter how innocent his pli'-
ed, ridiculed and seldom defended. K:
works hard for bread and butter while
other men wax rich around him. He
writes up a yard long marring article
to the queho taste for nothing, and in
threatened with a licel suit or a duel if
he mentions a drunken spree of the
bride groom six months afterward. Yes
it is impossible to please all. As well
attempt to chain a cyclone or lasso the
First To think the more a man? eats
the fatter and stronger he lieconies.
Second To think the more hours chil
dren study at school th more they
Third To conclude that if exercise is
healthful, the more violent or exli tust
ing it is the more good it will do
Fourth To imagine that every hour
taken from sleep is an hour gained.
Fifth To act on tha presumption
that the smallest room in the house is
large enough to sleep in.
Sixth To argue that whatever reme
dy causes one to feel better at once is
good for the system, without regard to
Seventh To commit an net which i
felt in itself to be pr-jmlici ,, ti p mt
that some how or n'lu-r It imv y,l';
in voiircin" wish i is pJi i
Eight To advisa another to t.il: a
remedy which you have tried youelf,
or without speciai inquiry whether all
the conditions are alike.
Ninth-To eat without uny appetite,
or to continue to eat after it has been
satisfied merely to gratify the taste.
Tenth To eat a hearty supper for the
pleasure experienced during the briaf
time it is passing down the throat at the
expenceofa whole night of disturbed
sleep or a weary waking in the morn
ing Vni-th WuatArn Catholic
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Tke Illeks IS0S Almanca Hid paper.
We are informed that the 1898 alman
ac of Prof. Irl R. Hicks is now ready
and judging from its past history, it will
not be many weeks in finding its way in
to homes and offices all over America.
It is mnch larwer and finer limn any pre
v,ou issue. It contain- 115 pages, is
splendidly printed and illustrated on fine
book paper, having the finest portrait
ever given of Prof. Hicks. It can no
longer be donied that the publications of
Prof. Hicks have become a necesssity
the family and commercial life of this
country. His journal.
"VVohd And Works, aside from its
storm, weather and astronomical feat
ures has taken rank with the i-st liter
ary, scientific and funiily -magazines "of
the ajre. Do not believe hearsay and re-
ports. See the Hicks Almanac and pup-
er for yourself. You will tli.;n know
why they are so popular. They are ed-
ucators of the millions and unrivaled
safeguards to property and human life
It is matter of simple record that Prof.
Hicks has foretold for many yean all
great storms, floods, drouths and torna
does, even the recent terrible drouth ov
er all the country. The Almanac alone
is 25 cents a copy. Tho paper is 11.00 a
year with the Almanac as a premium.
WOR'J AND WORKS PUB. CO.,
2201 Locust St , St. Louis, Mo. , ,
Notice To I,ni Uwiirs. ' , ,
To all to whom It may concern :
The CoiniuhMlonera sDnolntcd to locate a
rMMl commencing at so link , nt o. thu Cor-
ners of sections H and 1 and .7 in Town-
h!P " two r"e flrty lhT- thncn
north lOch . Inn; thence wu t 51 11.. k to wet '
,on Mne; , hJ eh ,n( to
thn0e north chain.; tb -nee i.onb
70 degree SO tumutet eut ;.ou h.U.i tueu e ,
north a degrees li minntesemt 4 Uch,.ji.ii;
thonce nurthlS degrees weste.00 eh. dim;
thmce M mvnUm wua( t;,
,,. thciice north 41 degree, we.i nt
chains: ttaeuce north snd 70 hundreds i
chains to corner of kc tlons 4, 6, R and 9 In 1
mm iuwiiiiii nu rniiKw bihi niero : nus
rnortd in favor of the cn.,biin .mat iti-re.
r nd objections thereto, or ulaliii for
,uinagc must iw Bi.d lu the ounty clerk
offloannor befor noon of the w day of
tMhllahml arlthnnt rnfri.iii.ji thi ntn.
U.J. BbHWBTT, County Clark,
'tU-e't aunt. H fmft'
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Final Proof Notice.
All persons having flnul proof notice In
this paper will receive a marked ropy of thu
i i.jucnu-u ii i'&;uiuue men
notice ami If any -rrois exist report the
wiiiie to tills office at one!.
X'OTICK FO I'CULIC I . .
. Land Office at AIIIuiipp, Neb., )
October Z',tli 1W7, j
" ,ro: Ice i hereby pi ven that the fol!owin
nhnied settler busUled notice of hisintentlon
1- n.uke tliml proof iu euppoi t of bis cl..iiu,
a-id that uiJ proof will be made befre M J.
Jlli-wett, Clerk, Dit. Court at Hnrrison eb.,
on December, 6th 1C7, viz: William Voigtof
Fort Coblnaon, Neb, who made II. E. No
2S-JI for the S JfS.t Sec. 22 and w. S-W
See. 3 Tp. 32 N. It 64 W.
Jie namen the followinir wi ir sseg to prove
Ins continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, aid l.tnd, viz :
F'.eo SW of Ft. Robinson, Seb,
t'A!!L ijCIMIKU, " "
i'l.E!) Amis , . " "
SiJ . t I'mtKs, "' ,
f J. VF, W ins Jr., Ke-jlswr.
How To Find Out
.Fill a bottle or cotunion glass with
ii ne and jet it stand twenty-four hours,
a' sediment or settling indicates an un
healthy condition of the kidneys. When
urine stains I men it is evidence of kidney
t fouble. Too frequent desire to urinate
or (rain in the back, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys and bladerare out
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Lr. Kilmer's
Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy
fullils every wish in relieving pain in
the liack, kidne-H, liver, bladder and
every partof the urinary passages. It
corrects inability to held urine and scald
ing pain in passing it, or bad etfects fol
low ing use of liquor, wine or beer, and
overcomes that unpleasant necessity of
lmin; compelM to tret lip many times
during the niht to nrmnie The mild
and the ext rnrd.iiiir ell'.ctof Swamp
Root is 8(wn realized. ,'t stands the
highest for its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cases. If you need a
medicine you should have the best.
Sold by (iriia-uis s, price fifty cents and
one dollar. You mn hnve a sample
bottle and pamphlet lioth sent free by
mail. Mention The Siorx ot'NTY
JonrtN-H, and s nd your address to Dr.
Kilmer & Y.. Binghiimpton.N Y. Thu
proprietors of tins p;iper truarantee the
renniri' iii-ss of fh;s offer
It is not because you can
not afford to, because YOU
CAN if you will let us help
"We have secured the exclu
sive control and output of the
SOUTH AFRICAN OT
White, steel blue and canary
color" and offer them to the
readers of this paper at $3.00
per carat, or a one carat,
stone set in a sj.l l I
pin or stud, sent post-paid
any where in the United
States or Canada upon receipt
these stones with being ad
vertised by certain unsorup
lous parties. The genuine
can only be obtained through
They positively cannot b;
told from the finest $100.
GEMS. We make a special
ty of duplicating rare gems,
and are importers of geuuine
DIAMONDS, RUBIES, EM
ERALS, OPALDS and do
our own cutting. Our repair
department is the best equip
ped in the west, all work
done promptly and satisfat
SPECIAL OFFER: Send
us 2.00 and mention this pa
per and we will set you a one
carat stone in gold ring, stud
ro pin and send it to you any
where in the IT. S. pont
paid if you will agree' to
show it to your friends and
help us to iutroduce these
Send 10 cents for catalogue
and book on diamonds.
UNIVERSAL VPP Y OMPANY.
69-71 D BORN T.. CHICAGO, ILL.
rnpp mill a
bllhb lllini. iroatmenl for
rlULLi'""1" weakness ai.r
f KBjanaai denty . nnrrous debility aad
' -' - '!'!' ; th fr p t 11 f . postaite.
The Joue.val will p-UiIIhIi your brand, Ike
the following, for f2:), per year. Each ad
ditional brand 7j cents. Kvery farmer or;
runchuieu in hioux and adjoining counties
siiould advertise their brand In TheJoue
MALns it circuit. tes ttn over the state. It
may be the means of saving money for you.
On left side of cattle and on left,
slinoldcr of horses.
Jtange on Antelope creek
I. O., Gliilchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
On let t side or htp of cattle,
On left shoulder of hnnes. (
Range on the head oi Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
cf-T"-?' W. CARF.Y.
Jt r'n '"ft shoulder of cattle and
KMk!$ HsniP'on I.lttle Cottonwood.
i'U. ., Crawford Xebr
A Ur Hid tiiaily.
Tlwre are tod.iy thousands of young
people on the farms and in the villages
who are tied down by lack of education
to work they heartily dislike. Are you
one of them my friend? If so, the
Grand Island Business & Normal Coll
age can put you on the road to success
if vou are iimtntious ana willing to
study. It makes no differ nee how
backward you are provided you are
plucky and mean business. We teach
everything necessray for a successful
start in life. If you are short of money
we will accept a good note without iu-i
terest for tuition or if necessary we will
furnish everything tuition, board, and
books and give you time to graduate and
pav for sam afterwards. Business,
Moroni and Shorthand courses. Hoard
$1.50 per week. Established 12 years.
ollege Record sent free or catalogue
for 6 cents in stamps. This is your
i-hnwe of a life time Will you let it
slip by? Adress,
A. M. Hargiis, President,
Grand Island. Nebr.
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They iuiil3 3317 thing usaaly hndled in a gen
eral department counry store.
SUCH AS DRY GOODS and GROCERIE, BOOTS arc;!
SHOES, HARD and TINWARE; also FLOUR, FEED ani.
GRAIN, KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY GOING TO MARSTELLER UKOS
D. H. GRISWOLD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50000.
acts a General
Amwucav Exchange National a!k, New Torlt,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chodroa.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
HTDRATTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OP EUROPE.
in imMuida moit
m 1 joa UBn. ias je auon VmUnri
;q lasaaiq aLMltaarav)
WoA MIR 'IfMWW M 00 NNflll
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Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and IiHrii t
Courts, and before the United Sun
Fire Insurance written in rcliubla
3TLegal papers carefully drawn.
Harrison, - Noras a.
But still on deck
to do wagon work
Third building south of livery barn,
WORK DONE I
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