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The Sioux County Journal,
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EIA.ZSQT, FEBBASKA., TSUJSTDA. IsTOV. 18,1897.
--ity w not clnii'40 its course
The Sioux County Journal. Vv'illiai:i T- ni be
electcfl president of the Unit-
led stall's in l'lOo."
Sole riidiou I'rii:, $1.00
OFFICIAL PAPCR OF SIOUX COUNTY.
II. C'fti ou, -
Kntrcd itt tbe Harrison jsint otlice n
! Every indication points
j to the election of Gov. Bu-di-in?ll
a 4 U. S. Senator
I from Ohio to succeed Marcos
: Aurdhis ILmnn, McKinley's
boss. Just-watch the result
rei-uud class mutter.
janrl see how near v;e
; come to the truth.
Not a few ,of the republi-
' can leaders and some of the
Every voter should study the monetary
f v'stem of our country dnrinjj the next
twelve month, so hen the next con-
irressiona 1 election fuses blaiv thev will
U able to decide tntellijrenllv how torn! j COUHtry 1U WSJ-a p(TS claim
their vote, Take nohodv's word for itiY.'Ilcro Hon. W. J. liryan had
tmt.tHythem,tWforyours, lf maie a thorough campaign
Notwithstanding the desire of t A'!-jlhey had W'ld,.' Wond V'l
-iiutiiHtrntion ami that of the secretary of j :r VJ f,,r tlwlp Tl,
the tre.tsnry Lfrrmn J. Onpe, thev will
! unable, to retire the greenbacks nd
should offer :.;nj -ial in In
How To Find Out
I'iil ii hot tie or common rl.iss with
urine and let it stand twenty-four hours,
a sediment or settling indicates an un
healthy condition of tho kidney. When
urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney
trouUe. Too frequent desire Li urinate
or pain in tho hack, is also coiivi ncirifr
proof that the kidneys and blaJerare out
What To Ic.
There is comfort in tho knowledge so
often expressed, that i r. Kilmers
Swamp Koot, tho croat kidney remedy
iullils , v.-iy wi,h i-i ii iu-viiij; iin in
t ic luck, ::idue , l.v.,1, hi cider .end
ever. i irtol lie- uiMiary nn ig, k. h
cor,els iuahil.ty to h.dii in. lie and maid
ing pa. ii in pas-ui!.' It. .r had i liVrls li.l
Iomii u: minor, wiiio or htr, ami
iiv.-rc.i.nes that unpleasant necessity ol
he, ii;; compelled tu tri t op many times
dun , ilii- ii.-.i'. t.. urinate. The mild
' ' ' - ir,r . vii- , t i,i s . ;mi-i
.1 ;,'.- :,e
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SOUTH AFRICAN 0F
CO LOK DIAMONDS.
White, steefblue 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 solid gold ring,
pin or stud, sent post-paid
any where in the United
States or Canada upon receipt
; WARNINO-Doivt confound
these btones with being ad
vertised by certain unscrup
ulous parties. The genuine
; can only be obtained tliTOU.rh
3 hey positiv. ly cannot be
told from the finest 1 0.
OHMS, nv make a soe ial
t v .f du-.'i ,.r v-tre " n .
j STOCK U RANDS.
The oriiVAL will pttt-lUh your br:inl, Ike
the rolkiwlnu, for . :Ui, p-r yenr. Kaeh ail
dltioiuil brand r cent. Every farmer or
rancliinen in Mum and ail join jug count leu
moul'l a.iverti.ie their brands in TheJoLK
NALa it circulates ail tiver the uVau- if
may be the means of navlng money for you.
I : a."-.
On left Riile nf inttlo ni.fl cm lf-t.
a h uo Id r of borsew.
51 Kange oa Antelope creek
P. O., OUJlchrlst, Sioux Co., Neb.
On leit Kiile or hip of cattle, (
HyTtiJ Cn left shonl'ier of horses. (
f (Kaiii;o on the head 01 Warhonnet
'3r'8 Address llarri.ion. Sioux Co. N'eb.
R. W.C'AUKY. !
alionliier of cattle and
i'n Iimv h' triianintceil -AS (JOOn .
I Vt hl-iL ifiK-. i,,r mnnev ; III' m t I ;
''. Oiiv. bjisij ya Vetiki . .4 '
ll -n',1 IH.uile Is- tb liidt expensive liin-tn"r.v
mi . uri trfci; it fa unreliable, aoil ibuniK inn
U'..-.( r ir later yon nuii liuy iit-uln. ISot oui t
l pVMiitHe. Iss-t Sarp.u veil U: i: UH
vtui a w t 1 1 ij.t i'iu a llii-tlme. wmi pwivi; ili
Iiap4v( In f n- -ttd. Krt oiip, ran ih'n rti-i"iit
nir i-;,.blou AJCE OF lall.WION!
"ASnSAs, p.:onsE & co.,
HC2 Farnam St., Omaha, Nei.
lOlil hralr ISrpaiif l.l
treurv nofen thii wintr. and esta!"ih meilts t.0 keep him 3:1
in thiir stead national hnnk note and thus fj'h CVCTy CJl!ni)'ll,,;i Jr if.
T.irTrnr taften tne srmu stanriira nn inn i
ieoptt of the United States, as tho t-ilver
lartv are in the majority in the forth
Mis Jessie Lincoln dauchter of fcoht.
T. Lincoln of Chicago, ex-miniiter to t lie
Court of St James, eloped with a mtcr
in-if-ectora Mr. Beck with on the 10th wiftt.
tti rc-uni; couple went to Mil wnnkee bn
ni'.ern retna frreen of tried lovers, Rnd
th"re had their frrief as'tned hy Is-inp;
irti-dij one. But now pupa Lincoln refunds
.n h-corne reconciled to existing affairs.
1. vp lauhat lock smithi.
The New York Wot Id re
quests that every man vho
voted for the late Henry
George when a candidate in
1S8G. or for lion. J. W. Bry
an in 1 800 to send lOo to
assist in buildinga monument
to the momory of the mar
tyred Ileury George. How
many will contribute that a
mount from Sioux county for
Post Master General Gar-
r'iirnnt thfli murderer of Blanch Imont
i-i Rin Frnnotsoo. vbout two years ago
wif rfimed a new trial hy t hj hiifirenie
court two wcesi a.o, iinii a- n'ii'f!:'iii'- . , . . ,
... ,, . , . , , , ey in Iiih report to congress
t to han on th-i 12th ins. hut toe state j r
;i'jpreme court was ohlip-d to -rant a re- ! lay.s much stress on the adop
ppite of sixty days, as the federal law tiOfl of IOS.tal Savings banks
i-rracti a condemned 'finiiral that much!
i tine tit-fore nentenee can 1 - es-vn-d.
,.:rA tun i'.hsr rw
which, in our opinion is just
the thing. But, what makes
it look so singular to us is,
that the republicans are be
giningto eiiibibe those crank
flencn Ditrnnt has
h iifo of life.
England cve the li -metallic cnmmi--iou
appiiinted hy President M K nh-y
i.iKt winter to understand quite . .nphati- fl nf aiKircli istic ideas 98 they
cullv that rIw had no ue for hi-metallism, , , , ,
, . , .... , , ,. a have termetl them. Cut yet,
It was hut a part of the reputiliffiii farce I 1
i.e. that is the administration. No doul.t j whCJl J'OU stop t.0 think the
i.it the pentlenien who componed tl,ejna((or ovor l plain to a
:o,nmission were sincere, bwt ail the acts j .j o1wcrV(.P; tho party gee
onect-(l with thu adtiiiistration before , .
suid after thu commisstoo Indicates the j the hand Writing OntllO Wall.
furce that n wan. Theories, advocated by the
reform forces are gradually
to the front more
mad. Mention The Strxx f'orvi
Jolrsal and oA your addretm to Dr.
Kilmer &, Co. , Binghanipton, NT. Y. The
proprietors of this paper uaraotce tho
genuineness of this otter.
NEW YORK WORLD,
18 Paires a TVw!
-156 I'apcru a Year
Watch rresideia Mi Kinley's mes-aire
10 confTrens in Dt-eriils r mid see how he , COmillg
favois tl national hanks You know he
in commitod to the. single gold standard
hecauso he, in his message to l ongnuss
last Jnne, alter the passaireof the i u-ffley
hill, advocated the Indianapolis monetary
conference plan, and that is absolute
in its demands for the British monetary
tytitem. Everybody knows whut Mr.
f.ige is; he naturally reflects tho senti
iiient of his nuperior.
Bradstreel prents some pretty inter
ftinp; Itgures concerning the production
cf gold and dilver hy all tho nations of
tho world. It is interesting from the
fact, that during the. calender year of
JS98, the silver product of the wnrld in
its coinace value at the ratio of 13 to 1
U 1213, 204,700. and during the same year
the world's production of gold in co u tt-'e
vlue, was f2O5,:390,00O The exee;sof
$10,807 ,700 nearly wares th" gold pei-ple
to death. Yet if all the gold and s Iv. r in
tb world today were coined into doll irs
it would not increase the per capita
amouot 18.00, an I tl at is us n,' every
thing mined iu the way of gold and silver
Jeaving nothing to be used in the arls.
But it hi estimated that at one third
of tho world's production at least is used
in manufacturing and arts, which reduc
es it the coinage value down to $4,00;
Now tben oue of the great howls of the
the gold people is, that the United States
would become the dumping ground of
the world. They never say any thing
about our own country producing 70 per
rent of the silver of the world and that
the South American countries produce
ficru 10 to 15 per cent of the other 80 per
cent and if this is so and we must rely
on tfovertimunt statistics, the foreign
countrieH haven't half. No not one
quarter of what they want themselves
at honii:. All thu hilvcr coined in to
Americnu dollars, produced in 1W
would make a trifle more thun $3,00 per
cApit. Will free uud uulimited coinage
hurt tho United States? Think of it,
fellow voters study the rpuestion; be
your own Judge.
Senator William E. Chan
dler of New Hampshire, lias
sounded a note of warning
to the republican party; he
says; "if the republics par-
eve ry succeeding year.
A (Jrand Opp Utility.
There are tod iy thousands of young
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woman Is very seldom sick.
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NOTICE TO l;i!lP;K Iil'lLDKRS.
Ey order of tho P.oarrt of fountv coramia
aioaer of Sioux county, Neb:
Notion la herely i?lve i th-it sealed bids
wlli bo received and tiled by tho undersign
ed, coiiiitv clerk, until 12 o'clock noon of the
3rd Hay oi' Peenmher 1S97, for the removal
of what is known us the Montrose bridge
across Hut creek, and for the construction
of a-new Bridge where public road crosses
dsns and specific ltions can onlv be had
by oaliing at theofliee. of the "unty ( lerk.
Howl fur ,it le ist one thousand Dollars' fl.UUO)
iiiiirft accompany all bids, and the Po.rd re
serve the right to reject any or nil bids.
i' .ted at ; .unison Heb., Nov., titb la'J7.
H. J. Blewbtt.
Notice To Land Owners.
To all to whom It may concern:
The Commissioners appointed to locate a
rond commencing at r.O links ast of the Cor
Bivnsof sections H ami II-16 and 7 ii Town
ship thirty two range llfty three thence
lionli 20 chains; thence wivt ;'.0 link-j to sect
iou linn; thence north 'J ell ilia to qa.irier
post; thence north ,.60 cU.iinn; thence north
70 di Riei-K H0 minutes mist V.0J eh ilns then, e
north :Z degrees 1: minutes e:ist 4. CO chains;
thence north 21! degrcea west (MX) chains;
1 hence south if'i degree H0 minutes went 2.70
ohaiiis; thence north 41 decrees went f'.t
Chiins: thence north fi una 70 hniidre hs
eh dns to corners of se tionn 4, 5, Sand 9 in
said Towiiihip and ranife and there end: tcis
report's! in layor of the. establishment there
of, hu'I all objections thereto, or claims for
dniuK9 must be lib d in the County Clerks
office on or before noon of the 2-M d;iy of
Di cember A. P. i(j!i7 i,r such roiid will be es
tablished without reference thereto.
M.J, Bl,fcWtTT, County Clerk,
Final Proof Sotices.
All rs'rsons hnvl.ijr final proof notices in
tins paper will leceive n marked copy of the
, paper and arc rei netted to examine their
1 notice and if miy 'rrois exist report the
: same to this oinee aL mice.
Is nature's provision for the regu
lation of the menstrual function.
It cures all " female troubles." It
Is equally effective for the girl In
her teens, the young wife with do
mestics and maternal cares, and
the woman approaching the peri
known as the "Change of Life."
They all need It. They an all
benefitted by it.
For uhlse tn case requlrtne speela
directions, address, flvlnr symptoms,
tho " Ladles' Advisory Department,
The Ch.niinoogi Medicine Co., Chatti
TH0S. I. COOPER, Tupile, Mln., MrfSI
"My ilitsr suflered from very Irregular
nd painful mtnttruatian and doctors
could not relieve her. Win ol Cardial
entirely cured her and also helped mi
other through the Change el uk."
.Nol'lC Fo I'CBLIC I. .
Land Ollice at Alliance, Net., j
October Lith 1SU7, (
Voflce Is hereby given thnt the following
named settler has II led notice of his intention
to inske final proof In su pport of his clsini,
ml Unit s ilcl proof wiil bn umde before M J.
tiieweit, Clerk, Dist. ( onrtst llnrrison K.eb.,
nil Decemtier, iith IrttT, viz: William Voigtot
rort Robinson, Neb, who made II. E. No
xt lor the N x 8. B See Tl and w, X 8-W
U, .sec. 13 I n. Si N K M W.
e names the ollowlng wl ncsses to prove
ros eontinuoiis residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz:
Fkud bWAs of Kt. Koblnson, Neb,
CAEL Ilr.lMIER, " "
KHE!) ANDK ,
11 B T FK1CKK,
Wehn Jr. .Register.
Why Don't You
It is not because you can
not afford to, because YOU
CAN if you will let usTelp
Wo have Bccured the exclu
sive, control and output of t he
NOTICE FO!t LUHLlCATtON-
Land fiftlce nt Alliance, Neb- )
NovemlsTSth, 1SS7- )
Notice is hereby given thnt'ho following
mimed settler h s tiled notice of his inten
tion to mike Ileal proof in snpport of his
claim, and th it said proof will be made
before M. J. tilcwett Clerk District Court tit
Msr: ison. Neb., on December 18th, ls,7, viz.
iienry Prlesh n, of Montrose, Neb., who
made II, K. o. m,l9 for the N-E4 N W'4, N'-j
X-E. S-E't NK'i, Keo. , lownsliip 84,
K ltiinger S w.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
bis continuous resilience npn and cultiva
tlon of said ,a id, viz:
Jacob Wasserburger, J. J. Wassorburger,
Anton ithcin and' Iienry Wasserburger, all
of Montrose, Neb-
Also Theodore E. Piekenbrock, of Mont
rose, Neb., who umde tl. E. No. Sis7, for the
8-Wl, Sec. IS, Township 34 N Uunge W w.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous resilience upon and cultiva
tion of said laud, viz:
Henry Wasserburgor, Anton Rheln, J. J.
Wsserlmrger and M. J Guyhart, all of
Also, Henry if, Wasserbnrger, of Montrose,
Neb., who made FI. K. No. 8Mo, for the S-W1.,
Keit. tl, Township M, N Range 5B w.
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ol said land, Vic:
Theodore K. Piekenbrock, Anton Rheln,
Henry Prleshoff and Heury Piekenbrock,
all of Montrose, Nob.
J, W, WK in, Rcgltter,
y. ', K inife on Little Lottonwouu.
, ( 'rawford Nebr
IRON ANB WOOD
OF ALL KINDS,
Eclipse &ai Fairbanks WIni
mills Towers. Tanks, I rrlv
tluD Outfits. Ilwe. BnliluK,
(irlnder Hhellt-ra, Wood Ssws,
Drive l'ulnwi. Pipi?. Killings,
nranfl ioods and Fairbanks
Slandard Mcalew. I'-'i-es
low. Get the best. Seou lor
I n l js
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SUCH AS DRY GOODS and GliOCEPJE, BOOTS and
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Transacts a General Banking Business.
American Exotangk National Rank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
OTDRAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
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We pay the freight
In Nebraska and Western Iowa.
You Get $198 Organ for $88.
YOU PAY FOR IT
WITH A FIVE DOLLAR BILL
down and 15.00 per month,
f ully Ouaraateed for B yearn.
Now write us for Description and Catalogue. We will tell you !!
about it. We have been telling our friends About this now 23 year.
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