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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1898)
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JLXTQ-. 18, 1888.
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The Sioux Count? Mir ta f7 .
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Tb Sicux County Journal.
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OFFICIAL PAPCtt Or SIOUX OOURTY.
ate. D. Canoa,
Ka Wired at the Harrlaon poet oIBce a
econd rl aaa matter.
The Jofbnal Vm& ffiWy
and squarely on the Chicago
plaiform, but will not hesitate
to support awl work for the
election of candidates for the
various offices to be voted for
this fall no matter, whether
they are Democrats,' Populist
or free silver Republicans, if
endorsed by all the reform par
ties, conditional, however, that
they advocate bi-metallism the
income tax law, opposition to
national banks of issue, are
opposed to the retirement of tlie
greenbacks and treasury notes,
favor government control of
railroads, telegraph and tele
phone lines and the establish
ment of postal, savings bank
ing system, and also are op
posed to the issueing of nation
al bonds in time of peace.
FC&IOX STATE TICIET.
HON. W. A. POYNTER.
for Ueu t. Go v rnor :
HON. A. E. GILBERT.
rir8ec. of State:
HON. W. F, PORTER.
rrr State trearorer :
HON. J. R. MESEEVE.
For Slavs Auditor:
for Attorney General :
HOS.C. J. SMYTH.
Tor Com. Pub. Lands A Building:
HON. J. V. WOLFE.
For Sunt. Public Instruction
HON. W. R. JACKSON.
Aug. 24th will be World-Herald day
at the Omaha Exposition. -
The musteline out of volunteer
troops began on the 17th inst.
The city of Manila was bombarded last
Saturday and surrendered to Admiral
Gen. Fitshugh Lee, has announced
himself as a candidate for U. 8. Senator
from Virginia. .
A terrific wind and bail storm passed
over Gary, 8. Dak., Monday and as a re
sult killed 8 people and destroyed all
crop in that vicinity.
Cape. General Blaoko of Cuba has
resigned rather than to be obliged to as
sist in the evacuation of the Spanish
army and its subjects from Cuban toil,
The father of fighting Jim Corbstt
shot and killed his aged wife, and then
shot himself at Baa Francisco on last
Tuesday, while laboring ander a mental
The Tripartite committee of the three
silver parties have decided that tbere
shall be no fusion of the McKinleites
and any free silver candidates in Colora
do this fall. -
GenL Fitshugh Lee, will mis Havana
province with the 7th army corps of
which be is the commanding officer.
The fed Nebraska reguoent is included
in the same corps.
Osncral Us estimates it will take at
Isast 48,000 soldiers to garrison the island
of Cuba, which doubtless means a hun
dred thonsaad steading army for toe
UoAed States la the future to maintain
aJl her ootoerial dscsassnclss.
It wouu asm by the daily paper
that Osrasasy had beta interfering
aoeoswbat ra ths Phllipine troubles
betwssa this gorerasoeot aad Spate. It
smsjs aha has succeed d la kidnappi
aad cwryiagawa la Boat Koac , Cap!
OaaL August aad Ms family sou Wary
it ail later an tUaal law of aatioaa, -
England has been outwitud in China
Hon. John P. Altffeld of Chicago, will
apeak at Rivertoo, la., for Um fusioaMts
cm Aug 26th.
According to special dispatches to the
New York Journal, 100,003 soldiers are
noon to be mustered out.
Bear in mind During the last two
years of republican state rule they
increased the state debt (975, m, and
the last 18 months of demo-pop rale
they decreased the state debt $00,542.
In the PhiripitHT Inlands, every male
citizen over 21 years-old must pay a poll
tax, equal in our money to $30, and the
women pay f 13. Is it any wonder tbere
have been 17 rebellions in those islands
during the past 60 yean?
Following are three of the Ave com
missioners to represent the United States
at the peace conference at Paris, be
tween Spain and this government:
Secretary Day, Adjutant General Cor
bin and Senator Davis of Minnesota.
Since April 25th, last when congress
declared a state of war existed between
this government and Spain, will have pas
sed four months, Aug. 25th' and during
that short period of time, we have as a
nation demonstrated to the world that
the American army and navy is second to
none on earth. Our soldiers are invinc
ible as fighters and by their deeds of val
or and heroism, have served notice to
meddlesom powers of the old oriental
countries that they must show due
respect to a first class nation like the
It will be something very singular if
the railroads in Nebraska do not interest
themselves in the selection and election
of the legislative candidates this fall.
For the past 20 years or more, it has been
the settled policy of all corporations
trusts, National banks and especially
the railroads to take a lively interest in
state politics and in 1890 they became
much more bold and enlarged their elec
tion campaign policy from that of the
state to a national one. The election
this fall is a significant one and in var
ious ways will effect the weal or wot of
our people: one is whether senator Allen
shall be returned to congress or whether
a republican, representing national
banks, railroads, trusts, and corporations
shall be elected; whether the maximum
freight rate bill shall be so amended
as to conform to the constitution that
ths supreme court will be unable to
knock it out; and whether the people
shall be permitted to sand representa
tives to Lincoln to legislate in the inter
est of the wealth producing class or the
railroads and corporations. It is for the
people this fall to determine by their
votes whether their candidate shall be
elected or corporation candidate. Of
course we are presuming that the cor
poratioos will have a candidate even if
it is a gold democrat; if they don't the
people will win without doubt
Fuslonlsta the Good Samaratlns.
As a result of the republican admin
istration of state affairs for the seven
years last past that the g. o. p. were in
power, there were 14 republican default
ers and the amount of defalcations were,
$1,118,503, for which Attorney General
Smyth instituted legal proceedings and
secured judgements against the default
ers or tneir bondsmen for $333,211.
The above glorious state record of
the g. o. p. in Nebraska, besides their de
claration of the single gold standard In
their state platform only a few days
ago down at Lincoln, ought to convince
ths people of this state bow the land
lays in regard to good government
"The proof of the pudding is in chewing
ths string." Hence, the reform forces
in Nebraska have demonstrated to the
public conclusively that they are of the
people, for the people, and by ths people.
The record of the republican party in
congress, and the administration have
nothing mors in common to commend
ths republican party in this state for
recognition from the people, than the
democrats, populists or fret silver re
publicans, for it must bo admitted by
all who art inclined to be fair that it
was ths reform forces together, with
a few such patriotic senators as Hon.
John M. Thurston aad William E. Mason
and a fsw others in ths lower bouse, and
public opinion, compelled president Mo-
Kinley to act in ths Cuban troifbl
against the expressed will of Mark Hao-
na, Wall Street and Grover Cleveland
who's polioy the party would have oar
ried out to the letter, only for ths Mains
iackteat Do ths people of Nebraska,
who like ths stranger mentioned in holy
writ, on Ws way from Jerusalem to Jeii
oho beaten, robbed, and left bleeding and
dying? wish to turn the state over to that
tarns element? Or, do they prefer to
tsars the administration of our state af
fain in ths hands of the "good Samara
tin to which SamaraUn may be likened
tM faformed f oross.
The Democratic and Populist senator
ial convention of this district meets at
Valentine next Saturday.
It begins to look as if the sugar trust
was working to have the West India is
lands which Spain has been forced to
relinquish, annexed to the United
Just for a Poynter the JoOkhaL rises
to inform the public that the fusion
state ticket will be elected by a much
larger vote this fall than two years ago.
Why? because the reform administration
of the past 18 months has been a record
breaker for honesty and efficency un-
paralelled in the history of our state for
The Cubans- have been scrupulously
prevented from exersisiag any authority
of having anything to say in the con-
quored part of the island; but Spaniards
who have been guilty of murdering in a
official way thousands of the Cuban
patriots are permitted to exercise mun
iciple authority in the city of Santiago.
Is that humanity?
Following is how the Daily Inter
Ocean feels in regard to how Hon. W. J.
Bryan retains his magnetic bold on his
party and that it is not sure about the
free silver craze being dead in this coun
try here it is, read what it says editor-
Nearly all the Democratic state con
ventions of 1898 have now been held.
A few of them, like Pennsylvania's,
steered around national issues, or feebly
sought to escape the shoals and quick
sands of 1890; but for the most part
the resolutions adopted showed that the
party now pitted against Republican
principles and policies is the same old
To all appearances W. J. Bryan is as
strong with his party today as be was
two years ago. The probability is that
he will retain bis hold until 1900. But
however that may be the opinions and
purpose for whieh his name stands are
now, as then, chart and pole star of the
party. Daily Inter Ocean.
Peace Protocol Siped,
By Secretary Day for the U. 8.
Government, oncVSf Camboa,
the French Ambatawlor,
on Behalf of Spain.
WAsmxaTOK, D. C, Aug. 1?. The
protocol provides: , ,
First That Spain will relinquish all
claim of sovereignty over the title to
Second That Porto Rico and other
Spanish islands In tbe West Indies and
an island in ths Land rones, to be select
ed by the United States, shall be ceded
to tbe latter.
Third That the United States will
occupy and bold ths city, bay and har
bor of Manila pending tbe conclusion of
a treaty of peace, which shall control,
disposition and government of the Phili-
Fourth That Cuba, Porto Rico and
other Spanish islands in tbe West Indies
shall be immediately evacuated and that
commissioners, to be appointed within
ten days, shall, within thirty days of
the signing of tbe protocol, meet at San
Juan and Havana respectively to ar
range and execute the details of evacu
Fifth That the United States and
Spain will each appoint not more than
five commissioners to negotiate and con
elude a treaty of peace. Tbe commis
sioners to most in Pans not later than
the first of October.
Sixth On tbe signing of ths protocol,
hostilities will be suspended aad notice
to that effect will be gives as soon
possible by each government to toe
commanders of its military and naval
forces on land and sea.
Tbe above is ths official statement of
protocol's contents as prepared andgiv-
sn to tbe press by secretary of state
Day. Denver Daily. News.
The People's Iadeaeadeat Party Bp
The People's Independent Party of the
Hrd Representative District is hereby re
quested to send delegates to s convention
of said party to be held In Ornwford, Dowee
county, Mebraaka, on the 10th day of Sept
ember, A. t. ISM. Bald convention to con.
vene at 1 M o'clock p. m. of said day. The
object of said convention I to nominate a
candidate for representative f rom said sns
trlot and to transact ieb other business as
may properly coma before It.
The eouatlee of said district are an titled
to the same representation aa In tbe setts
convention recently held. It Is reeomSMI
ed that no proxies be allowed aad that ths
delegates present east the entire vte W
which their respective oeuntlA are entttl,1
dW. W.H.WESTXJVKR, ft
PoilUt SsnatorlaJ Convention
A Istegate convention of ths Peoples
Indsa sadist party of the fourteenth Seo-
atonai jJismct or Nebraska is hereby
to meet at vaieattat Nebraska
Satstrday August) 1806 at 10 a. to.,
for tcte purpose of placing in nomioation
acaaaidate for said district aod for the
transaction ofaoch other buaioessas may
prcly cotuo before ths convention.
, The representation is based upon ths
vote cast for Hon. J. J. Sullivan for Su
preow Judge at ths general election of
1897 vis; One delegate at large and one
for aach 100 votes or majority fraction
thsssof which gives the following by
6 Butte :6
It to reoomended that no proxies be
allowed but the delegates present cast
ths fall vote of their respective coun
; - v. v. rorrrBBt.
" STOCK B SANDS.
TWSJoVBSALwlllpabUab your brand, ike
the tallowtaiic, for S2n, per year. Each ad
ditional brand 75 cent. Kvery isrmer ar
ranebjten In stonx aad adjoining- countiea
shottid advertise tneir brand In Ths JoDB
kal it circulate all over tbe state. It
may be the means of saving money for yon.
On left itde of oattle and on left
ihoolder at borset.
Range on Antelope creek
P. O ObilobrUt, Sioux OO: Xeb.
Ob left side or blp of cattle, I
On left (boulder of bores. I
:ange on tbe bead oi War bonnet
Address Harrlton, Slonx Co. Xeb.
8. W. CARET.
On left sboalder of cattle
Uanfre on Little Cottonwood.
final Prtsf Hstiees.
All pertma barlnf final proof notices la
tola paper will receive a marked copy of tbe
paper and are requested to examine their
notjwandix say errors exist report the
, KrQOKJOB FCBXICATIOK.
, IMBoeatAUianoe,Xebr. J
... JulyUisH. 1
Xotlee is Hereby given that the following
named settler ba Sled notice of bis Inten
tion to make final proof in rapport of his
olatS sad that said proof will be made be
fore JL J. Blewett Clerk of district court at
Ranttwrn Xeb. on Aogot 1W8 viz : Cather
ine Bcary of Montrose Xeb. who made H. .
Ko.HU, for tbe S.tf M-EX E K-WK, Sec.
30 Vownshlp M N. Bange 55 W.
Hf name tbe following wltnesse to prove
his continuous tealdence upon and cultiva
tion ot said land, vis:
-ftatik Kutto, of Harrison Xeb.
JoSn Weber, of Story "
VatStradal,of " "
Heary Waeiburfr of OUchrUt
i. W. Wshk Jr. Register.
j ShsrHTs Sale.
y vlrtn of an order of sale issued by the
Claik of tbe DiatHet Court of the county ef
Mpsx, and state of Sebnska, upon a decree
saMered br said Oonrt in favor or Tbe
ansen Trust Company, a corporation, is
Sail ii HIT and the aald David Anderson and
Dora Anderson, is defendants, I will on tbe
trf dsy of September; A. D. iM, st the hour
of -f o'clock p. at. of ssid day at the east
t root door of the wurt house in Harrison,
la mH county, otfer and sell the following
described real estate to-wit: The South
east quarter of Section Twentv-elght, Town
S! Thlrty-flve, aaage Plf ty-four, la Sioux
eonaty, Xabraska, at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, to aatlafy said ord
er st sale in the ram of strfs, with interest
thereon at the rate of tea per cent, per an
nan from tbe Mb. day of Hay, WW, and
eat and accruing coat.
(24) Tie Hollt.
ShertnT of csld Counjrt
Caiice ta foa-Besldeat aad Caknawn
athew Riley, Jane Blley his wife and the
aakaown heirs of Jeehua Baker, deceased,
Aefendents, will take notice that on August
1Mb, UM, Tbe Western seeunty Company, a
OorporaUon of Windham, Connecticut,
plaintiff herein, filed Its petition in the
Metrlot Oonrt of Sioux county, Nebraska,
against aai defendants, the object and
araver of w felon is to foreclose a eertala
sasrtgage made and executed by defend
Salts, atsthew Riley and Jane Riley his wife
ta the said The Weatern teeurlty Company,
the legal holder and owner thereof, upon
S-KMof Mootlon 13, Township St, Range
M,tiCoox county, Mubraaka, to stseura the
payment of one certain promlaarv note lor
ajw.ao, duo SeptcmBor nth, 1HU3, with inter
est tneroon at 7 lief cent, per annum from
September tun, ISM. Dnlault baa baton
Basils In the payment of said note and Inter'
est and la the terms and condition of said
sjiort-aga. There I and will be due and
wtag to plaintiff on aaid. promlsory note
With Interest thereon to September Ittb,
MS, it being the trtt day of tbe next term of
Oonrt, Sill JO and taxes to tbe amount
Sf net, whtoh taxes plaintiff compelled
as pay to protect Its mortgage security ; for
eRich sum plaintiff prays deeree that said
eWondanU be required to pay the same, i
that in default thereof, said premises may
fee sold to satisfy the amount found due
tsar eon and costs, iron are required to
paiwer said petition on or before Bepttme
sjr loin. una.
' The Western security Ompaay, ,
Q 1J p jf 8 go e a a8aBi?2j rz
, itjf 1 1 1 h situtMim B
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THERE WILL DE
If 3Tuo don't believe what he says go
to the RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE and
take a look at those 500 pairs of Boots
& Shoes just arrived
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 otoro ip. Harrison.
Fresh Garden Seeds for Sab.
9en Head-quarters for HARD-WAKE, T1N-WAEB. DEY-OOODS aad
alSUi OEOCERffiS, FLOUBand FEED and every thiug ntedful V useful.
LEWIS GERLACH, PfOp,
Bi B. Bunurb,
IX st fJKHWOLD,
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000. .
Transacts a General
AjaatKAir ExcsAXOR Satkwai. Bark, Mew York,.
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
Fan Matioxu. Basi, Crstdron.
Interest Paid on .Time Deposits.
OTOBJUrn SOLD ON ALL FAXT9 OF BUBOFB.
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I. (M) y aUv T. ClABS, its Attorney.
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