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The Sioux County Journal,
HK,HIS01sr, 1TEBBASKA, TECTJSTJY, FEB. 3, 1898.
The Sioux County Journal.
f ESTABLISHED 1888.
SuW-ription Price, fl.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF 6I0UX OOUNTY.
Alfii. It. Canon,
Kntered ut the IlarrUon post office u
second cIumh matter.
Every indications points to tlio in
dependence of suffering Cuba in the near
Speaker Heed, secretary Gaffe and the
president will vie with each other in ord
er to prevent the Teller resolution from
jiassin"; the lower house of congress.
Watch thoir tactic.
If you wish to know how the republi
cans stand for the gold standard, reaii
the vote on the final passage of tlieTel
lr;r resolution w),iich will be found in
another column of this patr.
men, that nickles expended in treats to
the boys now retu.n in dollar to your
tills after the eppetita has been formed.
Above things create appetite.
The following is the vote on the Teller
Kesolutions as taken in the U. S. senate
Jan 27, showing who favored bi-metal-lism
and who favored gold monemetal
lmni: The vote in detail:
The republican administration is mak
ing history which will ultimately floor1
the party for all time. The tat ill" Cuban j a,.erT
end monetary policy are snflicient to
distroy any party's usefulness.
The republicans in emigres have suc
ceeded in preventing a favorable retort
on the Teller resolution which camo be
fore that house on tin) 2i inst. Senator
llmnit and Czar Reed are running things
their own way this winter.
M irk Hanna who was elected by pur
chased votes and bribery, was given a
night's lodging in the White house on his
return to Washington from his Benator
in contest in Oltio which was to show
the appreciation of president McKinley
for Mark's cuteness in polities.
Senator Liriyey of Kentucky improved
the golden opprotunity to ( limb onto the
free stiver band-wagon as it passed along,
J.y voting for the Teller resolution when
it came up for final passage in the L. S.
Senate a week ago today. Ho was an
avowed gold bug di-.ring the last campaign.
Piatt (X. Y.).
The pairs throughout tho voting were
Turlev with J;boe, Faulkner with
Elkins, (Jot-man with Frye, Jones (Neva'
da) with Proctor, Walthall with Spoon-
The first named would in each caso
have voted with those sustaining the
resolutions and against all amendments,
while the last named would have voted
against the resolution and for the amend
ments. There was no demonstration on the an
nouncement, and at 7 p. m., on motion
of Mr. Allison, the Senate adjourned till
exercise a censorship over the press or to
limit its right to publish.
Second Because, even if the court had
such power, this injunction was void as
against the World-Herald for the reason
that no indemnifying bond was given to
the World-Herald or it officers.
WELL WORTH READING.
Something In Thl Column That Will
Interest Every Body.
told Standard Panic In Japau.
Now comes the distressing wail from
Japan that a gold standard panic is sett
ing in. The Yomiuri, one of the leading
Japanese papers, says: "The financial
panic which occurred in Osaka is only
the first of the disasters that will follow
the adoption by Japan of the gold stan
dard. "Several big Osaka merchants have
become insolvent and as circulating
medium is becoming less daily, em
barrassment will increase.
Cash Paid For a Vote.
The republican papers all over the con
try hnvebeen making a great deal of
noise altout a certain artii l? that apiwar
in the New York Journal some two
weeks ago, which made it ap.-ar that
the Journal had no more use for W. J.
Bryan or the Bryan I 'emocrats. The
fol'lowihg ought to u t at rest all such
As to the position of the Journal on the
miH.Ttof Mr. Bryan, the matter is sim
plicity itself. .The Joiirn.il supported
Mr. Bryan in 1 '!!)$ because he was tho
rvgular nominee of the Demm ratic na
tional convention. H will support him
ia ltMH). orauyliody else who may occupy
the same position. It supported . Mr. an
Wyck last year forsimilur reasons. The j
journal is not and never was either
a. Bryan paper or a Van Wyck paper. It
U a Democratic paper.
The Newsp;ier Press of Nebraska,
certainly owe to (iillicrt M. Hitchcock,
president of the World-Hrall Publish
ing Company of Omaha, their lasting
gratitude for the part he played in the
Judge Keyaor injuntion case to maintain
free speech and a free press in the state,
and to permit publihboin to advertise
their own business.
If a nation t to indure, tho public
press and free speech, should not he
abridged or muzzled.
LAID DOWN' OS THE IN
V ESTJ (JATO US T A Ii LK.
Complete Exposure of
IIuiiiiii Corrupt ion in
"Sound" money is money which never
reaches the channel of trade without
paying several interests to Shylock on
the way. No money is sound but what
pays interests, and the larger the inter
ests the "sounder" the money. Facts
Wages And Dividends.
The following throws a side light on
the recent reduction in the wages of the
New England cotton mill operatives:
Mr. Ross said a strike was certainly
emminent from the sentiment cf the
operatives, and in view of the fact that
the mills here, after paying an extra
dividend, now make a horizontal reduc
tion of 11 1-9 per cent."
How To Find Out
Fill a bottle or common glass with
urine and let it stand twenty-four hours,
a sediment or settling indicates an un
healthy condition of the kidneys. When
urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney
trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate
or pain in the back, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys and bladerareout
AVhat To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy
fulfils every wish in relieving pain io
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every partof the urinary passages. It
corrects inability to hold urine and scald
ing pain in passing it, or bad effects fol
lowing use of liquor, wine or beer, and
overcomes that unpleasant necessity of
being compelled to get up many times
during the night to urinate. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Swamp
Roet is soon realized. It stands the
highest for its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cases. If you need a
medicine you should have the best.
Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and
one dollar. You may have a sample
bottle and pamphlet both sent free by
mail. Mention THE SIOUX County
Joi.'knal and send your addrefis to )r.
Kilmer & Co. , Bingham pt-on, N. Y. The
proprietors of uhis paper guarantee the
genuineness of this oiler.
A car-load of Wheatland Flour at
the RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE, at
prices that will defy competition any
where in the state.
The RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE is Head-quarters for
DRY-GOODS & GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS
& CAPS, HARD-WARE & TIN-WARE &c, &c.
Our Motto is, "LIVE and let LIVE"
We need money, and the people need our goods, bo come
in and see Low cheap we can sell you goods for cash.
LEWIS GERLACH, Prop.
Some newspapers claim 'we ought to
annex the Hawaiian Islands because
Americans have thirty million dollars
invested there. Well, that is good logic,
the United States ought to be annexed to
England because the British have over
fifteen billion dollars invested here.
It looks .is if the New York World was
making a great deal of fussover the acts
of tho republican administration, after
doing all in its power to elect president
McKinley in the IKiO campaign. Hon.
W. J. Bryan did not liesitate to say what
he would do if elected to the presidency,
wliile Mr. McKinley hedged and is still
hedging. The New York World and Dav
id B. Hill should have a party by them
' "Other Men's Holt's."
Considerable indignation has been
aroused by the remarks of the presiding
officer of the Ohio Liquor league, who
in calling the league to order made a re
markable speech in which he said:
It will appear from these facts, gentle
men, that the success of our business Is
depending largely(uon the creation of
appetite for drink- Men who urinK liqu
or, like others, will die, and If thero Is no
new apptit created wir counters will
be etjjpty, will bo our coffers. Our
i,iMin will iro hungry or we must
change our business to that of some oth
er more ramunrative. The field for the
crcatioD ( t this af p lite U not anmng men
.tiMr tiiev have crown and their habits
are formed they rarely, if ever; change
io thin reffard. Jtwlll be needful, there
, fore missionary work be done among the
bojg, and I make lit? iUfgeUion, gnH
The exKMirete is comple, and the mon
ev Inishf-eii thown. Yesterday f 1,750 in
crisp bills were laid on the table of the
S ma ti Inv-ostigaliog Committee by the
Gentleman who received it from General
Boyce, M. A. Hanna's agent, for the vote
or John C. Oil.
The money was produced by Colonel
iT. C. Campbell, who, with Mr. Otis,
j testified in full yesterday to '.he story of
the Hanna corruption.
The testimony of both gentleman
made a deep impression, and it leads to
the final conviction of the truth of what
the Hanna people call a "conspiracy"
and a "llinmy fabrication'' in the same
The situation is certainly a extraordin
ary one of Senator James Garfield, who
declared that he would leave Hanna if
he were shown to be corrupt. Since
that expression of opinion he has declar
ed that he does not believe tho charges
of bribery. Yesterday he refused to re
main to hear the testimony of Colonel
Campbell. It might almost be suspected
from Senator Garflelds demeanor at the
recectnt hearings that he fears he will
bo compiled to believe the charges.
"Men in this nineteenth century," says
Mayor Jones of Toledo, "are to-day
without any other alternative th"l t0
steal or starve. I meet th" very day.
They are good ri"-" Jl,st ali J?00'1 ,ls
most of thK l"ous 1'un of the city, but
they are unfortunate. They are not to
blame. We must vvie out the present
social condition of things and have in-
i stilled into us that to love all men is the
highest type of patriotism.
Trees and Plants,
iieneral Assortment of Karocry Stock
Bi'Ht varieties for Nebraska.
Millions of Strawberry and Raspberry
Plants at wholesale and retail. Our
plants have been irrigated when needing
it therefore V3ry thrifty and deep rooted.
Buy the best near home preventing loss
by delay and saving extra freight or ex
press from eastern points.
Write for price list to
' North Bend. Dodge Co. , Neb.
TnE Journal will publish your brand, ike
the following, for 2 :00, per year. Kuch au
ullionnl hmiiu 7ft cents. Kvery larnier or
ruui'ltmcn In Wonx unit adjoining counties
gnoiild advertise their brands In ThrJouh
NALns It circulate nil over the vtute. It
may bo the menus of saving money for yon.
On left side of cuttle and on left
Kliou Idcr of borCK.
ItaiiKu on Antelope creek
, l.hllchriot, Sioux Co., Neb.
Mayor Jones Says.
There is really prosperity among the
steel workers making cannon. Queer,
twould be wrong for the government
to employ workers to produce the nec
essaries of life. Appeal to reason.
On left side or hip of cuttle, I
im lei t shoulder of li'ii-ncH. j
llCiuign on the Iicad ol waruonnet
Address Harrison, Sloii Co. Neb.
i In left shoulder ol citUlc ttnu
llhuiKKon l.lttl" Cottonwood.
I'O. ., Crawford Nebr.
Mistakes Of The Printers.
Found on Tim Editors Round Table.
THE INJUNCTION VOID.
Judge Kcygor Admits That the Court
Han 110 Power to Punish Mr.
Hitchcock for Contempt,
Because the Injunc
tion wan void.
Judge Keysor today rendered his de
cision in the contempt proceedings which
he had ordered instituted against Gilbert
Tho decision is a complete victory for
the liberty of the press as contended for
by the World-Herald.
The full opinion is published below.
It bases the decision in favor of Mr.
Hitchcock upon this proposition:
The injunction issued by Judge Keysor
against the World-Herald and O. M.
Hitchcock was void, and therefore Mr,
Hitchcock cannot be punished for con'
tempt of court in violating it.
This, Judge Keysor now admits to be
true for the following reasons, either one
of which is sufficient to vindicate the
position taken by the World-Herald and
First Because, under Uie constitution
of Pebnuka, do court baa any power to
An eastern newspaper in describing
the journey of the Tunisian embassy
from Leghorn to Paris, said: "They
went through Mount Saini," meaning
Mount Cenis. A polish newspaper once
startled ths world by publishing the tele
gram that "the state of Italy was preg
nant with a lamb," when the correct
reauing should have read "Pregnant
Some years ago the Philadelpha Post
published this erratum: "In our last is
sue a biography of Newton was said to
contain this: 'Yes the immoral Newton
lived just like other men.' It should
have read 'The immotal Newton.' "
A New York editor who wrote an ob
ituary on the death of a man of some
celebrity said : "He began life as a legal
practitioner, but was diverted from it by
a love of letters." He did not see the
proof and was confronted the next morn
ing by this: "He began life as a legal
politcian, but he was diverted from it by
a love of bitters.
A convivival host once offered a toast
to a woman at a dinner party. He said:
Woman man without her would be a
savage." When the words appeared in
print the next day they read: "Woman
without her man would be a sausage.,
In the begintng of the present century
Dr. Kunze, a prominent Lutheran minis
ter of New York, wrote a communicat
ion on a vexed chronological question.
He spoke of the Gregorian style and men
tioned Pope Gregory. Tho learned doct
or went to the editor and requested an
erratum to specify, instead of Tom Gre
gory, Pope Gregory. The correction
was made to pope "Pope Tom Gregory."
The Doctor made another attempt, with
tins result, "Tom Gregory, the pope."
Fearing to lose his reputation on the sub
ject, the doctor submitted Ut the inevit
able und asked for no f urtber corrections.
Final Proof Sot ires.
All rwrminH hnvlnir final proof notlcs in
this paix-r will receive a marked copy of the
paper and urn requested to examine their
notice and If liny errors exist reiort the
same to this oUice at once.
TlltllEli (TLTVKK, FIN A I, I'KOOF.-NO-
TICK FUU PUBLICATION.
Alliance, Neb., (
Dec. a", ISI.7. I
Notice Is hereby given that liohcrt Math-
er ol i cdur KiipnH, lown, iuir iih-u inst "
Intention to nuiko flnnl proof bcfoio M.J.
Illcwctt, Clerk District Court, at his office
In Harrison, Neb., on tho ith day ol tvim
ry ISilS, on timber culture, application No.
IM1, for the SX of N-U'Vi, and S-w V ol
Section No. 2i, In Township Ho. 3 Komi
Uane No. M West.
He names iu wltncsm-s:
K. A- HlOr.LOW, I. It. lllOKI.OW.fi-'ANT (jfTll
IK anil G. W. IIE8TEK, all of Harrison, Neb.
J. W. VVKII J ,
Notlro of Itagttolutlon of Paotneoshlp.
To WHOM ! IT MAT CONCURS.
Notice Is hereby (jiven that the firm of
II I'T Kit A WN com posed of ii. W. HESTKfl
und V. A. IIESTF.K, hs this (lay been dlssolv
rd by mutual consent, V. A. HKSTEK with
drawing- from said flrn and O. W. HESTER
nuccei-dluif In the buslncus of said firm.
All dehls due and owing said Ann to lie paid
too. W. IIEKTEK nd all debts owln by
itald linn to be paid by ld U. W. Hester.
Dated Kcbuarv nd, IHSH.
. W. HESTF.K,
V. A. HESTER.
CnrlHlInn Jcnnon will take notion that on
thn'Wth day of January, ISMS H. L. Sinuek a
Justice of tlie peace of Howen Precinct,
Sioux county Nebraska lwued an order of
attachment snil ifurnlnhment for the sum
of 16,40 with Intercut due thereon at 7 per
cent, per snuum from July 1st, 1HW, In an
action pending before him, wherein M. J.
(iuyhuit is plaintiff and Christian Janscn
defendant, that property of the defendant
consisting ol a school order to the amount
of (MU.OO dated Oct. Iht 1SK7 Issued by School
District No. 23 of Sioux County, Nebraska to
mid Christian Jauxen bus been attached un
der said order.' said rausu was continued
totholflth day ol March. WIS, at 1 o'clock
Harrison, Nebraska, Fehuary 3, lsflS.
M. J.ii .TkAKT, 1'lalnlltT.
Ity A i.vikT. Clark, his Attorney.
libto decay, nervous deMlitvaad
A $2,000 Word!
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The sentence is taken from a well-known publication. The
word Is a familiar one. and it may readily suggest itself.
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tion i und received from subscribers guessing at the mlMlng word, and
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puts asl.le 10 per cent from all cuessers' subscription for this distribu
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lor this period then
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