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The Sioux County
HARBISON, NEBRASKA, THUJRSTJA.Y, ATJO-. 11, 1898. V 3STO. 3.
Our Motto-.-'NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT.-'-Hoii. William J. Bryan.
The Sioux County Journal.
Subscription Price, $1.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
4Ji. I. Canon, - - K1 1 tor.
Kntared at the Harrison post olllce an
Micuiid class inatlw.
The JonwfAL stands fairly
and Hquardy on the Chicago
platform, but v:M not hesitate ,
to HU),port and work for the
election of candidates for the
various offices to be voted for
this fall no matter, whether
then are Democrat, Populirt
or 'free silver Republicans, if
undorned by all the reform par
ties, conditional, however, that
they advocate biineUilli-yn the
income tax law, opposition to
national banks of was, are
opposed to the retirement of the
nvtf'n hurls and treasury note.
favor government control of
railroad, telegraph end tern
phone lines and the establish
ment of portal Havings bank
ing (syrtem, and also are op
jmed to the ixmeing of nation
il bonds in lime of peace.
ITSION STATE TICKET.
HON. W. A. TOYS TEH.
Kor U'Hit. (iovenior:
HON". A. E GILBERT.
rorSrc. if iut:
HON. W. F. VORTEll
for Stat Tn-iwiirir:
HON. J. K. MESERVE.
For statu Amlltur:
J. W. CORNELL,
'or Attorney Oiirral:
HON. C. J. SMYTH.
For Com. I'nli. l.ftiili A ISitlliH"B:
HON. J. V. WOLFE.
VorSupt. I'nhllr Instruction:
HON. W. It JACKSON.
The editor of tlie SlOtx County JOURN
AL is a good-natured democrat, and do' lit
like his neighbors to be quarreling. Af fording
to mention made in his paper he
visited Chadron and while among the
radical democracy in that burg, was
informed that the democracy of Dawes
county were shabbily treated by the
populists for which he is sorry.
The above is a paragraph taken from
a half column editorial in the Crawford
Bulletin, Aug. Sth relative to what the
editor of the Sioux County Journal
ha J said some Uiree weeks ago relative
to the democrats putting up a candi
date in this district, independent of the
populists, for representative thereby
making it possible for the republicans to
elect their legislative candidate and per
haps the entire Dawes county ticket.
True Brer. Lindeman, the editor of the
Journal is a" good-natured" sort of dem
ocrat and never mis-represents lacts un
less perchance lie be misinformedbut let
us return to our subject, as to the differ
ences existing between populists and
democrats in Duwes county. We are of
tlie same opinion still, as then, the fact
of the democrats putting a candidate in
tho fluid for representative, simply to
play even with the populists in Dawes
county, is all wrong as it is pi rely a I
cnl mutter and should not be taken out
side of the county which will make a
three-cornered light with a possibility of
the ultimate defeat of senator Allen's
re-election for the U. K seuate the com-
Sioux county, as stated in thei-e col
umns two weeks ago is entitled to the
representative und the democrats of
Sioux county feel that while the demo
crats of Dawes are trying to get even
with the populists in their county, they
are, besides, endangering the senatorial
and representative ticket in this district.
The democrats of Sioux county, by all
honorable means will pwli this county's
claim for representative, who's candidate
in no lt:ss a personage than Hon. Lewis
Gcrlnch of our village.
No sooner had the fusion state ticket
been nominated down at Lincoln than
the republican editors in Nebraska began
to talk sarcastically about the ticket
which is about all the argument tliey are
able to produce.
Birmingham Ala., July 31. f Speci
al. Farmer Joseph Plunkett has on bis
farm in Lawrence county four remark
able freaks of animals life. They are
half pig half goat. Two of the animals
have the head and fore shoulders of a
goat including the minum horns while
the other two are goats from in the
rear of the foreshoulders. The four
have a brother which is a common pig.
All five were given birth by an ordinary
young brood sow. Mother and progeny
are all healthy and growing rapidly.
The strange animals have been seen by
hundreds in this section who skeptical
at first were convinced by sight.
The Alabama state election on An
1st shows a majority of 75,000 in favor
of democracy. The largest democratic
vote in ten years was cast.
The following notice is tacked to a
roadside tree in Maine: "Strayed or
Swiped A young hog shote with the
left ear cropt and tale gone also black
sj-ot on left hind hip and hole in other
eir. Said hog shote disappeered from
premists of the underlined ouner at
nite under sircumstansis pointing to
him Iwinc stole said hoe shote being a
pet and not apt to go off on his own ac
cord. Said hog shote answers to the
name of Nellie, and he will eat from the
hand and can stand on his hind legs like
a dog and is of afleckshunate nature nat
ture. Anyone returning said liog shote
or letting me know where he is at, will
confer a benefit on a invalid lady whose
pet said hog shote was." Nebraska
Populist Senatorial Convention
A delegate convention of the Peoples
Independent party of the fourteenth Sen
atorial District of Nebraska is hereby
called to meet at Valentine Nebraska on
Saturday August 20 1H98 at 10 a. m.,
for the purpose of placing in nomination
a candidate for said district and for the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before the convention.
The representation is bused upon the'
vnta rn at f nr Hrtn J .T fti, 1 1 n ff ftn-
preme Judge at the general election of
IH'Jl viz; One delegate at large and one
for each 100 votes or majority fraction
thereof which gives the following by
Box Butte... 8
Keya Paha A
HI le rid an -H
ju in 1 1.' -V 1 1 1 I J. ITl bilUV 1 1 J pi iJita 'J
allowed but the delegates present cast
the full vote of their respective coun
C. W. POTTTEB.
The Joubnal will publlKh your brand, Ike
tho following, for S2:00, per Year. Kucb ad
ditional brimd 75 cents. . Kvery tanner or
ranchmen In Sioux uod adjoining counties
mjouiu advertise their brands in the Jour
nals) it circulates all over tlie state. It
may be the means of saving money for you.
On left side of cuttle and on left
shoulder 01 horses.
Range ou Antelope creek
'. O., Ghilchrlst, Kloux Co., Neb.
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The republican state convention met
at Lincoln yesterday.
The republican state convention of
Wyoming met at Douglas yesterday.
Dawes county in all probability will
liave to settle their county couimission
r rangle in the district court.
The Denver News, estimates the pre
sent war has cost the nation $900,000,000
which is more of a supposition than
n actual fact.
The New York World estimates the
new war revenue bill is bringing 12,000,
000 a month into the U. S. treasury
U carry on the war against Spain.
Hon. Horace C. Alger of Sheridan
county, Wyo., was nominated by the
Democrat at state convention at Casper
on the Srd Inst and was endorsed by the
silver republicans In their convention
Iteld at the same place and the same
Chairman M. A. Hanna of the republi
can national committee has notified
the state committee of Utah, that a sil
ver plank in their state platform is con
trary to the declarations of the nation
nl platform of ISM aad would be re
pugnant to the party principals.
An old lady over east lias a hen which
laid an egg with the letters O. 8.
IL, inscribed upon it. She took the egg
to prayer meeting to have the meaning
explained, and after much discussion
a pious old lady arose and said it surley
meant "Give Spain 11 '." The meet
ing broke up with three cheers for
Dewey. Alpena S. Dak. Journal.
The calamity shriek of our republican
friends is that fusion of silvor forces is
for ollluial places. Not exactly. But
rather to turn republican thieves from
the State houss to the penitentiary.
Yes. Brother Corns they have no other
argument to go before the people of
Nebraska with except that the fusion
forces want tlie offices that is all. But
the Hanna republicans don't waut olllce,
oh no, they j ust want to get another
whack at the state funds, after the peo
ple under the reform parties have replen
ished the treasurer then no body would
want the offices. You see its along time
Stephen A. Douglas or Chicago, who
lias beast a staunch and influential repub
lican aioos his bovboood days and a son
of the distinguished statesman who was
one of tiaeoln's private counselors has
renounce his faith in that party aml
accepted Democracy as represented
tho true principle of "government" the
people, by the people and strictly for the
Hon. James A. Oarfleld, son of the
Martyred president was defeated for the
nomination for ooofrass, in the republi
can congressional convention of tho 20th
district on the 4th Inst. H was senator
Hanna's candidal and was defeated by a
McKisaon candidate. The defeat was
caused says tho Chicago Inter Oooam on
nccount of the part young UarAeld play--)
in the (tentorial contest at Coluntras
Following is wliat Stephen A. Douglas
of Chicatro. irave as his reasons for re
nouncing llannaism and accepting tlie
pure unadulterated Bryan deniocra-
For years I have been considered by
Republicans as doctrinly unsound,
because I really believe that this
should be a government of the peo
ple, by tlw peoplo and strictly for
the people. This was the reason,
without doubt, why I was not per
mitted by the uuvchine to make a
single speech in tlie state of Illinois "
during the campaign of 1M06, though
this year, under date of July 28, the
Republican state central committee
honored mo with a request to take
the stump for them.
, Of late years the tendency of the
Republican party has been to fasten
this government under the control of
trusts and monoplies. The tendency
of the Deniocrtic party has been to
curtail the power of mooey and place
the government in the hands of tho
mass of the people. I not only be
lieve that this should be so, but I al
so firmly believe that the only thing
that can prevent this country from
being wealthridden on (the one hand,
or mob-ridden on toe other, is that
the government sliall be in tho
hands of the plain people. All my
life my sympathies have been with
the people having been taught
this by the two man I honor above
all others, ray father and Mr. Lin
coln and today I believe my proper
place is in the Democratic arty and
there I shall abide." Chicago Inter
Tho Old Soldiers Reunion will be beld
at Lincoln, on September 13 to 17 in-
elusive. A great gathering of the old
sore-worn veterans is anticipated. The
Spanish-American war crowned with
American victory every where has filled
all the people with a martial spirit, and
the old heros are bubbling over with en
thusiasm. Many of them would like to
go again; more than 2,000 sons of veter-
ous from Nebraska are now at the front,
and their parents and friends will meet
once mora and talk over and compare
the late Civil War with the present
struggle with a proud foreiiso nation
that was once mistress of , the seas. 'A
the rising generations with patriotic j
, i fl...rth. .Mat. M. I
ana a love lor uw nag oi wi .-
public. Hereafter there will be a blena-
ing of and a fraternal feeling between
tho old veterans of the North and the
South lands, such as has not been since
1861. The committee expect a rate ol
one fare for the round trip. Let every
body get ready for the reunion. The big
crops and the delightlul summer maice
both farmers and merchant feel good.
"Wi-iIa tr vour friends in the East to
meet you at the reunion at Lincoln,
Sept. 12, 1898.
For concessionary privileges and in
formation write to L. C, Pace, of Lin
coin. Q. A. R. rooms, Burr block. .
There never was a time since this
state entered the Union when its peoplo
could really afford a week of holiday
better than this fall.
There are five thousand families in
this state, who have near relatives in
the present war, and tho old soldier
hone to see them at the reunion this
year, as their sons and brothers who
ive to return may soon oe memoers oi
the Grand Army.
On left side or bip of cattle, j
On left houldcr of horses. (
Ikmikb on tho bead ol Wurbonnct
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Nub.
S. W. CAREY.
On left shoulder of cattle
liunira on Little Cottonwood.
., Crawford Nebr.
Final Proof Notices.
All nersont having final proof notices In
thtu nancr will receive a marked copy of the
paper and are requested to examine tbeic
notice and If any errors exist report the
same to tbi oIDce at ouce. .
SOT1CS WO rCiUOATIOS.
Land Office st Alliance, Nebr. (
July 11 IBM. t
THERE WILL BE WAR. .
If yuo don't believe what lie says go
to the RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE and
take a look at those 500 pairs of Boots
& Shoes just arrived last Tuesday, and
you will see he is warring witn every
store in the north-west, xou can ouy
:oot-wear of him cheaper than at any
other store in Harrison.
Fresh Garden Soeds for Sola.
Nntlra la lforcbv elven that the following
numnd nuttier has Hied notice of his mten
tlon to nialco.Hnal proof in support of his
oiHini and that said proof will be made oe
fore M. J. Blewett Cleric of dintriet court at
HurrlHOii Neb, on Auf UHt 20 Wi viz : Cather
mm H-iirv of Montrose Neb. who made H. &
No. 373), for the S. N-EK Ftf S V, fc, heo
ao Townshln M S. Kanice 55 W.
Ha names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon ana cuitiva
tlon ot said land, viz:
Frank Nutto.of Harrison b.
John Wcbcr, of Story "
MatStrudal.of " "
Henry Wasserburircr of Gilchrist '
J. W. Wiuk Jr. Register.
Democratic Senatorial Convention
A delegate convention of the demo
cratic party of the 14th senatorial ois
trir.t of Nebraska is hereby called to
meet in Valentine on Saturday, August
20. 1898. at 10 o'clock a. m., for the pur
nose of placing in nomination a oandl
date for senator from said district and
the transaction of such other business as
mnv nronerlv come before the conven
j r--. -
linn. . Each county Is entitled to one
iiol.cate at taree and one for each 150
votes or major fraction thereof cast for
Hon. C. J. Smyth for attorney general
at the election in November, 1896, which
gives the. following representation to-
Box Butte a Brown
Cherry o Dawes
Keya Paha 8 Rock ,
Sheridan . 7 Sioux
It la anrnatlv rftntiftHted that a
delegation be sent from each county, as
many matters or importance win come
in at this meetinic and a permanent
organization will be effected.
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JH. I . wlymbs vnairmao.
NOTICE FOH 8EALKD II IDS.
To Whom It May Conckrn:
Notice is hereby given bv order of the
Board of countv commissioners that
man Itui WiAa tn fliA f '.Amantlntf nf thai
outside of the foundation wall under tha
raM t nonaii win ta miai tpswi rttr na itaa.
v s u i vi iw to "in i uvwi i wm v v vuu u a
dersigned until 13 o'clock noon of August
1 lit fc. 1 OAO
Parties bidding must Azure on furnish.
rAmnnt. alan that Ih niatAi-lul anl teliAr
must be to the satisfaction of the county
commissioners and the board reserve
the right to reject any and all bids.
H. J, Blwot, County Clark.
nv virtue of an order of sale issued by the
riBi li of the District Court of the county of
Sloux. and state of Nebraska, upon a decree
rendered bv said Court in. favor of The
ffttrmoni Trust Company, a corporation, Is
plaintiffs, and the said David Anderson and
l)om Anderson. Is defendants, I will on the
3rd day of September, A. D. IStH, at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day at the east
front door of tho court house in Harrison
in said county, offer and sell the following
described real estate to-wit: Tho South-
eftst quarter of Section Twenty-eight, Town
ship Thirty-nvo, Range Fifty-four, In Sloux
county, Nebraska, at public auction to the
highest bidder for cosh, to satisfy said ord
er of sale la the sum of W7.M, with Interest
thereon at the rate of ten per cent, per an
num from the Mb. day of May, 188, and
cocts and accruing costs.
Sheriff of said Counyt.
,n Head-quarters for HARD-WARE, TIN-WARE, DRY-GOODS and
alSO. GROCERIES, FLOUR and FEED and everythiug needful & usaful.
LEWIS GERLACH, Prop.
B. K. BuwsTait,
a f. Corn's
D. H. aBXSWOLD, OaabJer.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50000.
Transacts a General Banking Buoincc
Notice to Son -Resident and Uuknowa
llathcw Riley. Jane Riley his wife and the
unknown hnirs of Joshua Baker, deceased,
dafendents, will taka notice that en August
lltb, 1SW, The western Security Company, a
corporation of Windham, Connecticut,
plaintiff herein, nled Its petition in tne
District Court of Sloux county, Nebraska,
again :t said defendants, the object and
prayer ot wblcb Is to foreclose a certain
mnrtiraire mode and executed by defend
ants, Mathow Klloy and Jane Klloy his wife
to tho said The Western Security Company,
tho legal holder and owner thereof, upon i
tho S K4 of Section 83, Township S3, Range
M. lnLAIoax countv. Nebraska, to aecure the
payment of one certain prouiMarT note lor
SS..0.0O, due September Utli.HWJ, wttU inter
est thereon at 7 per cent, per annum from
September 11th, Jss8. JKifault has been
made in the payment of said note and inter
est and In th terms and conditions of said
mortgage. Thero Is and will be due and
owlsg to plaintiff on said proniisory note
with Interest thereon to September inn,
ims, It being the llrst day of tbe next term of
said Court, SdSJW and taxes to tbe amount
of S7i.0fl. which taxes plaintiff Is compelled
to pay to protect 1U mortgage security; for
which sum plaintiff prays anoree ma saiu
defendants Im required to pay the same, and
that in default thereof, said premise may
be sold to satisfy the amount found due
ih..Mm and costs. Vou are reaulred to
answer 'ild petition on or before 8eptnie
er 101b, ISO.
Tbe Western security Cmpany,
(j 7) By Altik Ti Class, Its Attorney,
Amkrican Exchanob Nationai. Bank, New York, ; ; '
Omaha National Bamc, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
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Interest Paid on Time Deposita.
0-DBAJT3 SOLD ON ALL PARIS 01 XUXOFE.
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