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The Sioux County
IHEI3ISOnsr, IsTEBK-SIC A, TIEITT;H,sr)A-Y-, -A.TTCK 25, 1893.
Cnr WI'-.-'NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL !T !S SETTLED RIGHT."--". William J. iirjai,.
The Sioux County JcurnaL
Suhscriptioii Price, 1.0fl
OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Ilia issue of (lie criming Ciirnpiiijrn nre
now clearly defined. Our only Kifely
is lo stand firmly anil united hy them.
(.'(. H. Cnnon,
Th rcfuiltlicuri congressional conven
tion In-Ill at Council fituffs, la., on An;;.
1 ;lli si cms to have hroke the record for
h Ion- il.iu .wk, having takn !-.! bal
lots w ithout iiomin.it in- a candidate and
Here forced to lake a recess of three
uiys In fore concluding the convention.
Knterd at llii llnrrlxoii po-l olllce as i
iM-oti'i clan iiiHiicr.
Tho Jut'TiN VL confidently exports linn.
I-wis (Jet Inch to lie nominated for repre
sentative of this district at Crawford
on Septciriher 10th, Box Jiutto Sheridan
and I liiwre civo Sioux county the can
didate this year. Wo expect llieit) to be
inafjnnniniously f enerous.
The re-nomiuntion of senator Mut?, of
I Sprint: view hey a Pa- county to repre
I sent this district in the legislature next
winter hy l ho fusion conventions at
I Valentine hist Saturday
' to an election and is a vote for the re
election of senator Allen.
! i i i . i I. r ...
j Acioruin-10 a special uispmeii ironi
' Uiytoti, ()., to the th'j Denver News" of
tA iriwl n mmit t4 in ,-irrn !:it 11 in
flll'i I 'pl(trC'llJ (ill ike t:'7'.''iih,.r() tt,;,t,Jol,i) It. Met 'lean, editor and'
JiUtiforill, but -Will iiot helUtU ! proprietor f the Cincinnati' daily and
to Ull IllOl't Oihl U'OI'.' for the iwcrkiv Enquirer, is likelv to hccoiiie
i-retary of war in president McKiulors
A. AL'er who
.Ac .Ioit.xal lUnvH jiVily.
Holi!ol by Tru.-.ts.
Diwt taxation is not . borne wjth
eqiinniiuity by the eople of the L'nik-d
States. Hut when such taxes are im
posed on as means of raismg revenue to
carry on war, objections are silenced.
There is a form of taxation however,
which is more heavy than any iinpof.ed
on by the government, nnd that is the
tux levie ou nil consumer by the trust-.
Almost every day the announcement is
made of the formation of a new trust
or of the increase in the price of articles
manufactured by some trust. Yesterday
it was the plate lass trust. Tomorrow
it w ill bo some other trust. Every one
of these ti-usts is protected by the re
publican administration. Every one of
theso trusts helped to elect McKinley.
If the people are tired paying tribute
to the trusts, they sixiuld cease to vote
for the candidates of the republican
pirty. So lonif as Mark Ilannu. Steve
Klkiusnnd McKinley are kept in power,
is e.piivelant I just so long will the trust multiply and
( . I. ... .1 I..ni. ..rill ,l.n tinnr. ii
UUUI iSO. J'lnb SO lOIJ , III IHD ' "J'lw
be taxed to make the rich richer and the
ioor poorer. In tha light of every day
exjierienco the people ought to sej the
result of republican success, find should
take measures to destroy the party
which creates the trusts.
Section of CumU'Iiik i for tfie
niriov o.dke-i (i be void for
thti fall no mailer, irlxilxr
then are IKmoerat-u J'o;mH-i
or 'free filrer Jleimhlhcn -,
wlorsed bi all tn? rejorm pur-
iie. coiniitionrJ; honi'er, that's
thil) advocate lA-inttalth-in thes
income ta.v lnr, ojipoAtioii io
national, bank of are)
cahiie-t to succeed Hon. It.
The I't'oiile's Iiidependcut Party Hep.
lie People's Independent I'nrty of the
ii-ir'( Ilcprenentutivo platrict Is heretiy re
iiiilit to Kurel delegates to a cunveutlon
of saiJ parly Uj be lic:W 1 Ciaii ford, Iawea
coupty, Nebraska, oa tbe loth, day of Sept.
emtjer, A. I. JS!i. Sulir convention to con.
veiie ut 1:011 o'clock p. jn. of said day. 1'he
otij-fetof 8 ild convention ig to noiulnute a
canfliijiite for representative from mailt dls-
triit and to transact nucli oilier businens un
lim properly eoaie heloro It.
'J iie roiiinVs of Buhl district ate entitled
to the siiiiie icpreucuUitiou n- in tlie dtate
co;!)fi'iitlon recently lield. It is recommend,
ed ictt no proxies bo allowed, nutl Unit the
del kt.ites pr(:nt cunt the entire vute to
wlij-h tlit-ir respective counties ui-e entitl
ed fc). W. H. WliSTi rV'EB,
' STOCK B11AND3.
XRE Journal will publish your brand, Ike
the following, for per year. Knell ad-
dilkiiiitl brand 75 ceurti. fcvi-ry rarmer or
riii'liinen lu Sioux and adjoining counties
f.iniild adTurtlse their brands In The Jock ,
NAiins it clrculutes. all over the state. It
mi.? be the means of saving money for you.
I- e5a -U 5 i
W w Cit-j y c c - z u ;2
W ti 'J L Z "5 - w
a Z T.
joss g Silt: &
On left Bide of cattle and on left
shoulder ot horneu.
Kunne on Antelope creek
I . o., (;in)i.-linst, Sioux Co., Neb.
opj)0 :til to the nilrtmcii
I of the
ireenbach and treasury htt.
favr government control oj
rail rood", telegraph and trie
phone linen and the tyf illi-h-ment
of postal naviogn bonk
inn tojxtem, an I oho are ' ..
pord to the iw.ein of nati'x.i
til bond in' time of jcace.
FCSION STATK TlCIiTT.
HON. W, A. l'OYNI'EI- !
J-'nr I-tciit. (o Timr:
HON. A. V. GILHEHT.
for bve. of slate:
Hon. w. f. roni r.K.
Tt t Mule Trc in rer :
IloN. J. It. JlESF.ItVE.
Tor ;-l.iti- Auditor:
J. V. COI'.NELK
For Allnrncv t.i-uf ral :
HON A J. M1VTH.
For om. Tub. l.uils ll-ill lri:
Hon. j. v. woi.n:.
lor 'tipl. Vnldlr I'l-tnirti.in:
HtN. V. H. JA'-KSOX,
T"or ,-niitor I4tii .-"-nst'ii !:tl I.Ktrict.
Hon. OTTO MliT,.
The Spanish builders of tim Wl d
.,ra tpm-lia nra now forced to aJuutJ
that it wan tiowhero Hear AmurUiau
Hy cute diplomacy. Spain proposes
iu some way to make CuUi liable for
the Spanish bonds U the amount of 5-V)
million dollars. Certainly this govern
ment would never jH.-rmit such an act.
Tho St. I.niiis platform misled millions
bv the nrniicse of "intcrnaticuial bintet
allism." Thuidf lod that phantom has
vanished. What next! Eutinlly decep
tive and iinnieaiiin "cuns-irvatism."'
As defined by the fc-1.1 oliarcy mean
one and the some, m.d like the cry of
's.niiid nmrif-y," arc only calculated to
tii.klu tin1 car. L':t tho "coiervniisiii"
jointh's republican I'nrty of like proc
livities or fall in at the rear of the g'-n-
eral procl-viti's or full in nt the rear of
the ;eiici-al procession the further in
ti.e rcir the better. Hut ton idea oi
t i!iii;.t that figment back into tho party
thev i!-;.. i t' I in its time of need would
be as impolitic .nnd unwiso as to invite
Spanish .ri,v,iicr on 'heir way to Spain
to return and join Cien. Shatter' army.
They Would Itollre the (.'rcenbacks,
Treasury ol(s and Silvei'
The republican candidate for governor
coutdnt nialie the race for congress
because the 11- &. M. railroad would
not let him run. Ho could do them j
letter service down at Lincoln if elected
but ho will get left.
lion. John IL McLean of Cincinnati,
emphatically denies that he will succeed
Hon. U. A., Alger,' as secretary of war
here in what ho says:
Please deny in most positive terms the
statoinuiit of tha Times-Star.
J. It. Mclean.
According to the republican theory of
finance, incorpuraud in the St. Imis
platform-the sm-lo (,'old staudard-as du
lim!d and interpr-ted by secretary tJa)e
who in that case is the accredited expo
nent of tho party and no .doubt stands
nearer to the adminislrat .on (except
Mark Hanna) than liny other man in the
party they would retire half the circu
lating medium of the country, especial
ly that kind of mouev that circulates
anions the people.
Secretary (tagu declared uureservedly
that the 31fMw,0.r, in greenbacks
should i retired; the silver purchased
under the Sherman net lie gradually sold
and the treasury notes (silver certifi
cates) redeemed nnd cancelled. What
does it mean? Simply, it means the sin
gle gold standard, national banks of
issue, and bonds when wanted. I,et us
see what secretary (Jagu's policy would
result in if carried out. Tho amount in
circulation at present of all kinds of cur
rency is as follow:
Gold coin 5 riiT.nr.'Vioo
Standard silver dollars 01,491,073
Subsidiary silver (I.ri,72(),:i0s
Oold certificates.: :i0,57.',(i8!)
Sdvur certificates 37fl,fi0.'i,.'iti2
Treas. notes, act July 14, '00 10S,44:i,!M
U. S. notes (greenbacks)... 310,4HO,027
Currency certificates, act of
June H, 172
National Hank notes
The ExiiosHIim JSIanutrinr nt Names
August '-'Hli as AVorld-IIcrald
In honor of the thirteenth anniver
sary of the establishment of the
Omaha evening World which later con
solidated with the Omaha Morning
Herald, the exposition management has
designated August 21 us World Herald
On that day the railroads will sell
tickets from sill parts of Nebraska at
one fare for tho round trip and from
some sections for even lefs. Tho ex
position will make a special half rate
admission in the evening arm a granu
display of -tirewoiks will lake place
upon the exposition grounds at 9 p. m.
At noon upon World-Herald day the
editors of Nebraska papers will take
lunch with the World-Herald UKn tho
exposition grounds and in the aftornoou
and evening as guests of the World
Herald will visit tho Midway and take
in as many of its thirty-four attractions
as time will p:;rmit. At 4 p. m., the
United States life saving services will
give an exhibition of saving shipwrecked
and drowning Kjopla upon the lagoon
near the government building. The
great Mexican band from tho City of
Mexico will play both afternoon and
evening upon the exposition grouuds in
open air concert.
The Indian village, Chinese village,
Streets of all Nations, Streets of Car,io,
Ostrich farm, Old plantation, Haz"n
back wild animal show, German village,
Wild west and all other attractions will
give their liest shows, and such places
as the giant see-saw, shoot tho chutes
and others will be in full blast. On ac
count of tho low railroad rates and extra
attractions as well as in honor of the
World-Herald a great attendance is expected.
On lei t, !dn or hip of cattle, I
On left shoulder ol HovBl,s.
:iii on the head ol MTaruorinot
Address Harrison, Sionx Co. Neb.
f?;S )! n left shoulder of cuttle und
Lrf rSfta&h'niitteoii Little Cottonwood.
i). ., I lawrora iscur.
1'inal I'roof Polices.
Ail persons havin llual proof notices in
tUU paper ill receive a marked copy of the
pnvjr and are renuested to e.ramino theii
notice and If anv rrror exist report the
sa."ia to this office at once.
Says its so.
If yuo 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 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
N0TICK KOIt I'CIlI.iCATION.
' Land Office at Altlanee, Nebr. )
July 11 MS. S
Kotlce in ".t ;rcby slven that the following
iiiMi.cd net tier hiw It toil noUvo of bis inten
ti..)f to make Htm! proof in mjiport of his
cd .jm and that said proof will bo made be-
rv ',v'.',t-wrtUiirk of vUUtet ourt at
Ii Jell, on AilgnstMls-.U viz: ItttVir-
unrr of Montrose N'eti, who made 11. K.
V ;'0, for tho N-EJ K'-i N-w;t, cc.
.Vwrish!i l .V. JinngeSj W.
;t aam';s the fullowlng witnesses to prove
hi: continuous resiijunce upon and cultiva
tku ot said land, viz:
t rank Nutto, of liaiTison Neb.
John Weber, of ' Story
. Mat rltrndal.of " "
I t-nry WasserlmrKiir cf Gllehrls-ti "
J. W. Wehn Jr. Itcglstcr.
r., v, . -reSTABUSH ED 1883.1 .' -
F. Cof ni
D. H. GRISWOLD, Cashitr.
The National W. C. T. U., have decided
after mature reflection to abanodon all
'UirrM to their building in Chicago
known as tho woman temple. In so
doing they feel that a great burden is
lifted from their shouldern.
The appointment of 1'. O. Hedlund to
lie iwcretary of the republican state
central committal w ho was chief clerk
under Eugene. V. Moore, who stole $28,
000, during his term of olllce, ought to
lie sulllcient to defeat that party on
general principals, if for no other reason.
They slKiuld have made Mr. Moores
Chairman of the same committee.
Tho amount of fees received during
Eugene Moore's term of olllce us state
auditor was Sil7. 000 and out of that he
covered into the state treasurer only
$9,000 poekoting tho other $2H,000.
That is a record breaker for the republi
can narlv lo co beforo tint voters this
fall is'nt it? Yet iu the face of all that
his chief clerk has been rnado micretary
at the republican ittutu ccutmJ coinmit-
Now then, the republican party's theo
ry of financial "reform" voiced in behalf
of tho money powers of Europe and the
United Stales would take out of circula
tion tho following kinds of tummy, which
bears no return of interest to the bond
holders and money shylocks:
Standard silver dollars $ 61,720,!W
Silver cerliflcntes .Vfi.fiOo.fiW
Treas. notes, act July 11, '00 1011,4
U. S. notes (greenbacks).... 8I,4W),D27
Currency certificate, act of
June K, 72 43,315,000
Total 1931, 00.-1,703
Thus it can ha wen very readily, that
tho money they wish to rctiro from cir
culation is tha kind of money mostly
circulating among rhe peoplo, liesides it
will reduce tho per capita amount al
most ono half.
In the opinion of tho Journal,, wo lie
liove candidly, if the puoplo of tho coun
try thoroughly understood tho republi
can theory nnd plan of llnance meant,
and what tho result will I si of a gold
standard, thoy would fturely turn tho
gold party down hard at tho polls on the
8th day of next November.
Ueaullful Easier Ldllies or Fuiry
Florida is tho homo of the famous
Easter Lily. During the blooming sea
son, in some places, the ground is almost
white with their beautiful, lily white
flowers, and thousand of them are picked
by the colored children and carried to
market. He fore coming north I had a
fine lot of the lily bulbs dug, and
brought them w ith mo; they make love
ly house plants and are sura to bloom.
Any ono who would like two or three of
theso lily bulbs can have them by Bend
ing a stamp to pay postage. You are
indeed very welcome to send as I can '
get more w hen I return to Florida next
Address Mrs. F. A. Warner Saginaw,
East Side, Michigan.
Jiy virtue of on order of sale Issued by the
Chirk of the IiUtric-t Court of the. county of
Slims, and statu of Nebraska, upon a deem
rendered bv said Court iu tavor of The
Farmers Trust Company, a cororntioii, is
jxirtutilTs, and the said David Anderson and
nc.ra Anderson, Is defendants, 1 will on the
SM day of September, A. 1). 1MW, at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. in. of said day at the east
li nit door ot the .-ourt house in Harrison,
In maid county, otter and sell the following
ftncrllicd real extute to-wit: The Smith
f rt quarter of Section Twenty-eight, Town
ship Thirty-live, Kantfe I-ifly four, Iu Sioux
ccunly, Nebraska, at. public unction to the
h Kheat bidder for cahli, to satisfy said ord
e- of sale In the suiii of IIT..V!, with Interest
thereon ut Hie rate of ten per cent, per all
ium from tho lull day of May, lsi'S, and
etwts and aocrulnit costs.
(2-0) Thomas Hoi.lv,
Sheriff of said Counyt.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. S50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Busi:
American Exctianof, National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
t3f DRAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
U.1IU.UXMIKI iiAi titofl It 'ftniinm jnoi :
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UV JlllvliM miJJ milUii diiu ,iirijmn uiuu
iiu utii)tljaiiuu pun u.jhi XuiuiM nuuiuy ,.
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Notice to Xon-Ucsidciit and I'uknowii
llathew Ullcy, Jane Kiiey his wife and tho
unknown heirs of Joshua Maker, deceased,
uVI'cndutiU, will take notice that ou August
'.tli, 1HW, The Wenlcrii Security Corn puny, a
corporation of Windham, Connecticut,
liiaiutifT herein, filed its petition in tho
District Court of Sioux county, Nebraska,
afaliist said defendants, the object and
,-praver ot which Id to torncloso a certain
inoUK.igo mii'lH and executed by delond
auts, Mathew Kiiey and Jano Itlley his wife
U) tlie aaid The Western Hecurtty Company,
the legal holder and owner thereof, upon
tbe S K'i of flection Townslilp SI, limine
"(, illusion x county, Neliraska, to accurc the
piiymisit of one certain promlsarV nolo tor
fWl.on, duo September Uth, Isim, with inter
e.l theroon at 7 jier cent, per annum from
HeptenilM-r 11th, lsss. Default has been
iinulo In the payment of said nolo and inter
dlnnd In the terms and conditions of said
uiorlipiKii. riiere is and will be duo and
owing to plulutiff on said promisory note
with Interest thereon to Seplcinlxr llith,
It boliiK the first day of the next term of
said Court, MI3.S0 and taxes to tho aniount
of73.Wl, which taxes philutld' is compelled
to pay to protect its mortKago Kocurliy; for
which mi ni plain tin" prays decreo that said
defendants bo required to pay tho same, and
that In delimit thereof, said premises may
lie auld to satisfy the amount found due
thereon and costi". Von urn required to
aiinwcrsald petition on or beforo Heptiune
cr loth, IMta.
Tho Western Security tympany,
, (3 7) By Al.viN T. CLARK, its Attorney,
THE GftE&T REFORM KJlfiJiZiaS
l in m ran r n WTZi r:
2 II IB Ifera H a K
K4uwJ 1 11 2fl ptiuntlf jut mnoffk. K
itarvlnf. no nKnvntnr, i (4 rult, no oAiMr
tirur Trrtinnt jrl-cllr ImrmN'M an4 ftrirtl ookA
dMtlftl. Qtitrtion fct nV n't fl.V lr. Oil or vrlk.
im. U. I). JJlll , bit I'm fttre, m. tvuU, M.
D 4 dncay, norvo
lout vitality sent free for II ofs. potait.
Dli. UK1) INST. 120 1. 91! SL, IT. WDLJ, l
Monthly, 100 Inr;? pa?M,
illulraied,- not a dull lino iu
it. It is GrMIiir yont fitfht; O
it deserves your support. t
flue dollnr ft vear. niccntl
ENcwTimc."Lct me lake those loads from your backs" a cony; sample uurat.-. mailed
for six cents. O
THE NEW TIME, 56 Fifth Ave, CKiCAQO y
editors s Ti. 0. WW
Head-quarters for HARD-WARE, TIN-WARE, DRY-GOODS and
GROCERIES, FLOUR and FEED and everythiug.needful & useful.
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