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The Sioux County
The Sioux County Journal.
Subscription I'ri, $1.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Oo. I). Canon, -
Ei U tor.
Knuired nl the Harrison jioiit ofllce as
Feoond class matter.
The JoruxAL stands fairly
and squarely on the Chicago
platform, but will not hesitate
to tsuj'jmrt and work for the
election of candidates for the
various ujjices to be voted for
litis fall no matter, vhether
the; arc Democrat, Populbt
or free nicer Republicans, if
endorsed by all the reform par
tic'j, conditional, hon'CvcY, that
then advocate bimetallism the
income lax lam
national bard.-i of mue, are
opposed to the rUi cement of the
greenback anil treasury notes,
favor government control of
railroads, telegraph and tele
phone lines and the establish
tfiientof postal savings bank
ing system, and also are op
posed to the Uxu,eing of nation
al Ifondu in lime of peace.
NOTICE. Leave your
WatcheH and Clock at Dr.
f. E. l'innncytf' J)vi .Store
l'4iKravi:i' donoat rea
sonable pricctf. All work
jruaranlecd to give satisfac
Have graduated from
an Omaha Watch-makers In
Ili-fiir C. brinrnyr.
Address, Harrison, Neb.
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Politics are the orJer of the day.
What's the mailer of Hon. W. J.
Bryan for governor of Nulrtaka?
The republic of Hawaii is now a part
of the United Slates or will be soon.
The greenback, treasury note and tho
silver dollar is the poor man's money. '
Spain is begimng to talk peace through
the French ambassador at Washington.
It would be no more than fair for a
Sioux county man to have the nomina
tion for representative iu the slate legis
lature thu fall.
Will the war ns predicted by the JolU
HAL May 1st, close in 60 or 00 days?
There are indications of a peace declara
tion soon to take dace.
, According to the republican financial
views by putting the country under a
single gold standard they would reduce
the circulating medium almost one half.
Do we want that? No.
The investing of Santiago do Cuba by
General Shatters army has I won com
pleted and the only alternative now left
for the Spanish army within the city to
do is to surrender or die fighting.
After Commodore Schley had taken
and destroyed the Spanish fleet at Santi
ago besides capturing Cevera and 1,300
men; Sampson now come's in askincr for
toe honors which be is not entitled to,
neither has be earned them.
If a man has a hundred thousand dol
lars he can invest in government bonds
be can get ninety thousand back for a
banking basis which be gets 3 per cent,
semi-annual interest on, besides for set
ting up in the banking business (with
tbe general government at his bark), he
loans tbe national credit a second time
thereby indirectly compelling the peo
ple who n'ft the government to assist a
lot of luwiMty I'.'uurks ti rvy off lU-
pie, which U rn.ir.m and is a t.
Mentation of c'.a-.s 1 oUtion in tb in
Aemt of U aational banker,
a f-V""i .
Commodore Schley is to the Cuban
waters what Admiral Dewey was in
Pliillipine waters a naval hero.
The august bodies of the U. 8. senate
and house of representatives closed its
arderoun labors last Friday the 8th
John G. Malier who was court martial
ed for insubordination by a military
tribunal of his regiment at CI atUnooc a.
was found guilty as cluirged and repir-
vv nen ttie Madrid government cabled
to Admiral Cervera to get out of Sanli
ao narbor at once with bis fleet he
made reply. "I shall go to my doom
Admiral Sampson and Commodore
f:liley, it is reported are at variance
with each other over the naval victory
in the dist.ruotion of Cervera's lleet, by
( omodore Hchlev.
According to the World Herald con-
gressman Cireen has secured his own
county delegation and we believe he will
receive the second nomination from
his party to be returned to congress.
At the three reform conventions to be
held at Lincoln on August 2nd next the
three parties will have each a represen
tation in their respective conventions
from Sioux county Populists 8; free
Silver Republicans ); and Democrats 2.
a mm -mm a -m to.
I "THE STYLISH PATTERN,
V tbtic Fasf.lonafcV. Or;PinaL Perfect-
1 Fitting. Frfces lOaiul 15ccntM.
C None h-'jliCT. None cclter at any price.
2 Seme reliable merchant sells them In
T nearly every city or town, ".sic tor T
Q them, or they can be had by mail from 3
J u ia either New York or Chicago. J
J Stampi taken. Latent Fashion Sheet T
R tent upoa receipt of one nt to pay 1
J pottage. -
j Ir.va'-.jabie f jf tiie home. Fashions of B
I l'e &iy, Korr.c Literature, lirnrhold
1 i.i!;, rcr.cy were, Current lotscs.
X eluding a Irt-o p.ttern, your own select X
;or s.r:.y trey. '.ddreiJi
TI1Z T.IcCALL CO'.!? ANY,
J13-i 7cyt 1 5 th S!-ct, New YL
VL i'-'iir.i Averiuc, Cbicso.
Ready Jan. 1, 1898.
On AH News Stands:
Larger, Better, Moreomplete
Than Ever. c
on ! A an J T.jVC, .!? Wt)tt f'tbU'-htd.
" Ai- A
. 1W l. i until IT IS SETTLED RIGHT."-
A TBAoe Marks
rrffv Coavaiairra A
1 Anron wndlnf ttetrh nd daaertpttrm mar
qnicklr wratrtnln oar opinion froe whether iu
lnrenuon U prrrtinhlr piiumtiihie. Commanlea.
tloimtrlctlireoiUKIentliJ. Uanilbonk on I'aleau
ent free. Ol'lest enpy for Becnniiff patttnu.
I i!sn( taken tbrooah Muno a Co. racaira
tprtiol notice, wllhunt charge, U the
A hanrtiomelr lllmtra(d weekly, lament etr
eulatton of any rtentlllo Journal. Termi. ti a
IV.V.Ii?1' montll. L BoW brail newndealera.
MUM &Co."'Hew York
Bianeh Offloe, OK r Bt, Washington. D. C.
Some Plain Facts.
Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of
greater or lijss degree, arise from lack
of kr.ov.ledje of jhe truth, and rr.ore
frequently from deception.
The most infamous case on record
of deception and injustice is tho at
tempt to demonetize silver as a money
of find redemption in the United
There i3 no learned jnde, skilled
lawyer, or court of justice that is
capable cf reconciling tbe effort with
the constitutional laws that govern
the iisuc of money in this country.
The people have been deceived,
officials in power, chosen to adminis
ter justice under the laws, have
ignored their sworn duty, sind given
aid to the scheme that has paralyzed
industry, reduced property values
one-half, ar.d beggared millions.
There is no authority of law, either
specific or by inference, by which
v,rld alone is made the only money
with which to discharge debts, either
public or private. The effort to
rr,al;j it so is unconstitutional and a
l'lain and ample information, facts,
ar.-J truth, concerning this almost suc
cessful scheme' to corner the wealth
A the people, is now being printed
in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a news
paper which the combined power of
money ha.; f illed to muzzle or buy. -
The Weekly Enquirer is ODly 75c.
i year, t i he aadress is
r.iu'.uircr Company, Cincinnati, O.
Call for Stale Convention.
Lincoln, Neb., Jujy 1-jt, 1898 Tim People's
Iuiliipcndunt Party electors of tlin utiilc of
KebranlcH, are heri by requested to Bond del
egate from their i'i-iecUve counties to
meet In convention In the cttv of Lincoln,
on Tnenltiy, Auk. 2nd, lWH, at 8 o'loc-lc a. m.
at tho Oliver Theater, for tho purpose of
placing tu nomination candidates for the
following iitaU; otllces:
2 Lieutenant Governor.
3 Secretary of State.
i Auditor of Public Accounts.
0 Superintendent of Public Instruction
7 Attorney General.
S Csnnnlsmoncr of Public Tanda and
iuilriliifri and for tiie transaction of nich
other buslueHS as may proierly come before
the eoiiveu Lion. The representation Is baa
ed upon one delegate at large for each coun
ty, and one delegate for each one hundred
votes or innjor fraction thereof, cast for
Judge John J. Sullivan for supreme Judge
at the election of IW7.
Each county ia entitled to representation
Adam 21 Antelope . 13
Itamier i lllalne a
Boone 13 llm Ituttc 0
U-u'd.-.., i . .... 0 ltrowu. ... 4
Buffalo T.i Burt 12
Butler 20 I'iish 24
(VUtr 1 Ti Cliane.. . 4
(erry t'heyenne . s
( lay HI Colfax 14
1 lakota..... . 7
I ouglan. ...... Jil
(.iiHter . 21
iMiudy . 4
(jagn . 24
Holt . IS
Howun 1 1 2
Keya Paha...... 4
I'll rn as IIS
Ilaail . 17
H'Kike , 1
K I in but I 1
1 .011 11 2
MudiKon . 17 Mcl'hersoii 1
Merlck . II Nance .I0
Nemaha . lrt Nuckolls li
Ot! . -.'( Pawnee 12
Perkins 8 Phelps la
Hlerce 10 Piatt 22
Polk 16 Ked Willow 10
Klchnrdiion .2A Hock . 9
Saline 19 Harpy u
Sannders .27 Seotllllutts 3
Howard lit Snerldan . g
Sherman 9 ftlonx.. n
Stanton .. Tluirer 10
Thomas .. t Thurston n
Valley 9 Washington.... 18
Wayiu, 10 Webster 18
Wbeelor . 8 York . 19
It la socninsndad that no proxies be allow
ed, and tbut ihe delegates prosent cast the
fall vote of tholr respective delegations.
lndlt H further recommended that oil
personi who believe In tho principles as ad
vocated by tho neoplcs Independent Party,
who have net connected themselves hereto
fore with srtld party, ur hereby Invited to
to psrtlclpnte In tho doUheratlong o7 tbe
t . of (,e fomuiltteis will
tn T'i- I ,r," if-.ti, r.ir -u, ( j.- t ,
' nu. v i!
I 11, i n
JTOTICE FOli SEALED BIDS,
To Whom It May Cojjcebn:
Notice w hereby given by order of the
oard of county commissioners thnt
saled bids for the Cementing of the
outside of the foundation wall under the
cfourthouse will be received bv the tin
Jersitfned until 12 o'clock noon of August
parties bidding must figure onfurSfeh
iS tarse sand and english Portland
cement also that the material and labor
must be to the satisfaction of the county
commissioners and the board reserves
tfe right to reject any and all bids.
M. J. Blwett, County clerk.
tHB jotTBNAi .will publish yonr brand, ike
t. e following, for i:U0, per year. Kacb ad-
.. acuais. i-.yory farmer or
ru.e hmen in Sioux: aud a.1 joining counties
would advertise their brands in Tmf Jolk
hai.hh it eirculatc, all over the state? H
may be the means of saving money for you.
On loft side of cattjo and on left
shoulder ot horses.
Kange on Antelope creek
P. O., OhilchrJst, Sloax Co., Neb.
On left side or hip of cattle, (
tin le.f t shoulder of bm ses. j
lliauge on tbe head 01 Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
S. W. CARKT.
'bi left shoulder of cattle
Rangoon Little Cottonwood.
t'u. ., Crawford Nebr.
Final Proof ottces.
All persons having tlnal proof notices In
this puller will l-ecciTo a marked copy of the
paper aud are requested to examine thel
notice and if any errors exist reort the
same to this olice at once.
: NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION,
' Land Office at Alliance, Nebr. (
July 11 j
Sotice is Hereby given that tho following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make flnal proof in support of bis
ch.iin and that said proof will be rondo be
fore Si. J. Hie wett Clerk of district court at
H'ufison Neb. on August 2(1 W. viz: father
ing Henry of Montrow Nob. who made H. E.
Nn. ti, for the S. M-KV K4 N-W)..Sec.
30 1 iwnshlp 34 K. Ennge 55 W.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ot said land, viz :
frank Nutto, of Harrison Neb.
John Weber, of Story
Mat Stradal, of '
Henry Wasserburger of Gilchrist '
J. W. Wr.iis ,lr. Register.
In tbe District Court of Sioux County,
IHlSV Jf. JICKeax plaintiff,
KonF.HT C. McKkas defendant.
To ItoiiBKT C. McKean, non-resident de
fendant: You will take notice that on the 20th day
of May 1MW, tho plaintiff herein filed her
potitttion in tlm District Court ot Sioux
County, Nebraska, against you, the object
and prayer of whl.th Is to obtain a divorce
from the bonds of matrimony now exhist.
Ing between you and the plaintiff; to give
tb! plaintiff the custody of the child, Issue
of mild marrlag, Charles Kdwin McKcin, and
to declare any and all Interest and title you
may have in and to the NX of N-Y!i and
8 t!i of N-W14 and N-W'i of N-K't of Section
23, tu Township 31K. Kango M w. In Sioux
County, NcbmakA, to bo in the plaintiff,
and to cxcludo ydu from any such interest
or title: Upon the grounds Hint yon arc and
have been since said marriage an habitual
diiinkurd; that you have disipatcd plain
tiriproiMirty and tliat being of sunieieut
alillty to maintain the plaintiff and said
cipl you grossly, wuntonly and cruelly
n-felect and refused to do so; that you are
Ot vicious and vulgar habits and undt to be
entrusted with the care and custody of chil
dren, and that any Interest you may have In
s:Jd bind was purchased with the money of
plaintiff, for her, as alleged in said petition.
You are required to answer said Petition
Oil or before tno 1st day of August, 1SSW.
j DAlsr M. MCKuah, Plaintiff.
By J. lei. POKTBK, Her Attorney.
Notice for Presentation to and Hear
in? Before Comity Judge of Claims
and Demands Against the Ea
i tato or S. W. Kemp, De-
.State, of Nebraska, J
County of Sioux, j
In the County Court of Slour count, Ne
braska, In the matter of the Estate of 8, W. Kemp
Notice in hereby given to all persons hav
ifyt claims and demands against S. W. Kemp
late of Sioux couniy, Nebraska, deceased,
tb it the time fixed for filing claims against
wild Kstate is six months from the 6th day
of July, 1 mm. All such persons are required
to. prosent their claims with vouchers to
tie county Judge of said county, at his
omeo therein on or before tho 8th day of
J.nuary, 18U9, and alt claims so tiled will bo
heard before the said Judge on tho 1st day
of August, 1S98, or afterward on tho first day
of each regular term of said court durn.g
tbo time limited tor tiling claims as afore
uld. 'jfttcd theSth day of July, 1898.
Kobcbt Wimon, County Judgo.
A Trno Copy.
7 Jtr4um4 Htn 1 pound. rr Mo
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JTJI3T 14, iiia
Hon. IVIlIiam J. Bryan.
FRANKLIN, THE STANDARD KENTUCKY JACK,
to mk m m
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there inui 1 ne w n n LGEiicH,
I llbllBa iw ILL UL WV rill. Says itS SO.
If yuo don't believe what he says go
to the RANCH SUPPLY HOUSfi and
take a look at those 500 pairs of Boots
& Shoes just arrived last Tuesday, and
you will see he is warring with every
store in the north-west. You can buy
foot-wear of him cheaper than at any
other store in Harrison.
Fresh Garden Seeds for Sale.
jq Head-quarters for HARD-WARE, TIN-WARE, DRY-GOODS nnd
aloU, GROCERIES, FLOUR and FEED and everythiug needful & useful.
LEWIS GERLACH, Prop.
B, E. BaiwgTUi,
D. H. OELSWOLD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000. y
Transacts a General Banking Badness.
Amducak Excr Altai National Baick, New York,
Omaha Nationai, Bank, Omaha,
Fiest National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Depoailx,
IRAJTB SOLD ON ALL PASXB OF XUXOPI.
CVDUII IG The wmlfWSMBMl.
III 1 Bail tasrUrcly erg. M fcan'
Bssrwaaifiil prsotlrs. TMlmt enalilaalUL Cam
rrriniiii ' emn. Xstaulov. Qamttoa M.ak naitl
v.,' . v. 20H.tM tnM.Ueft.l'
Will make the season of , 1898, at my
place in Harrison, Neb.
TERMS :-$8 .00 to insure, due nd
payable when mare is known to beio
foal, or on her chaDginj ownership or
removal from the county.
Care will be taken to prevent acci
dents, but I will not be responsible
should aoy occur. .
THOMAS HOLLY, Owner.
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