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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1898)
UjISOISr, 1TEBBASKA, THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1898
Our oMo"NO QUESTION 13 EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RfGHT." Hon. villi.. J. Br,.
The Sioux County Journal.1,
8ubcriition Price, fl.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF 6IOUX COUNTY.
fo. D, Canon,
Entered ut Harrlaon ml nlllce ai
aecohd f IftgM matter.
77i JornNAL stands fairly
The democrats of tliiH representative
istricl, who claim to have authority
to call a convention evidently propose
to do what they can to prevent ft union
of the reform forces hy either not niak
ins a call at all or waiting until trie
KipiihsU have nominated a candidate
and then call a convention to put up a
democrat to lie defeated in the interests
of the rt f til iit i ti J ally, Though it
may not Iw w), yet their acts (mints that
way and indicate llanacratic politics.
The convention of the three reform
parties of the 2nd congressional district
nominated Hon. (J. M. llitchcook, us
t'.ir'ir etn li I lU for c 1-fr.i-n.
The JoniNWf. Is-lieves that no hotter
man could h ive been found if elected, to
represent the peoples interest at the
national capital than editor Hitchcock
of the World Herald. So Ixxly has done
more for the interests of the. eple of
Nebraska, in various ways th in he has
and the honor nolv bjstowe I on him, in
unsolicited an i one well nieritted.
Ohio democrats at their slate conven-
tion a fo.v days sif;o at liytn, did not
mince matters in their platform of reso-
and xquarcly on the Chicago Mld ins a plowing tribute' to Hon.'
phltforn, bl't Will not helt(lte, J. Bry.in, that mail bless Jead
io Mipjwt 'Hid Work for the, jer of tlemccrsioy from Nebraska, wlien it
(lection, of candidate for the?-. ,
VtiriWIH ojflCCH to be vot&l rr Wo particularly endorse the financial
thin fall no matter, whet her 1 I'l" n -i';;o platform, declaring
for the free and unlimited coinage ot
silver and gold at tlio lefjal ratio of 10
to I indejieiidont of any and all other
We are proud of the patriotic coduct
in peace and war of that great leadar
William J. Bryan, and we favor his
: . r - . imin
I renominaiioil lor presioeoi mi ij'ni.
The republican party of South Dakota,
in llieir state convention held at Mitch
ell last Friday declared uneiuivi;ally
in favor of the single Hold standard.
Thus one by one the republican conven
tions in the several states of the Union,
(except Utah) are lein forced by the
administration to take a stand on the
linancial question in their platforms that
cannot lie misconstrued or that gives an
uncertain s.nm 1. Hjnce the free silver
repiiplican-i, who two years nyo thought
Mi.'kiuluy wit n. ti-tutal!lst find the
the mask be wore then is being gradual
Three new trust are now bein j form-
ed in Wall street, whos combined capital
a-regate somthins like $4 -VMV00.
Following v-'ill show what a trust form
ing administration is duinjf for the
Iron & Steel Trust $ 300.000,000,
Wheat & Flour Trut $150,000,000,
The Chemical Acid Trust, 73,000,000,
then are Democrat, PoptrliH
or free .silver Republican, if
endorsed by all the reform par
tie, conditional, homevev, that
then advocate fji-melallim the
income tax lam, opposition to
national banks of mac, are
opposed to Ike retirement of the
greenback and treasury note,
J'aror government control of
railroad, telegraph and tele
phone lines and the establish
mint of postal Having, bank
ing fystcn, and aim are op
posed to the ixxncmg of nation
al bonds in time of peace.
Voters of Slonx Con nl j Attention!
During the two years of l'j'i and 90 the
public schools of Sioux county receiv
ed from the republican state admin
istration for fcIiooI the sum if l."iy'j,ii.
During IS months under the state ad
ministration Of demo-pop rule ending
June 30th, the public schools of Sioux
county received on school apportionment
the sum of $l'J"i.3S. Hence it il!
lie seen that the reform administration
has increased the school fund of Sioux
county in M months of $33f,!!4 MORE
than was pa.id to the public schools of
Sioux county by the republican admin
istration during the two years 1.V95 and
1!H1. The average semi-annual appor
tionment for the republican years '03-'1)6
is $3H,3, and the average for 18 months
underdenio-pop rule is $651.79 hence if
the apportionmentor the last half of '88
which makes a paralell term of two
years with t hat of the republicans will
tnnke the average of $051,79, and in all
probability will ba much better, Sioux
county would lie ahead $10i0,03,
Can it lie possible- the people of Sioux
county would be willing to reinstate in
power down at Lincoln next November
the republican party who failed to do
their duty toward our public schools
when the resorces of the country were
just as good then as they have been
since? Certainly, the election of presi
dent McKinley did not have anything to
do with the apportionment of Sioux
county's school apportionment.
President McKinley and his cabinet
have accepted invitations and will visit
Omaha and the great Exposition Oct.
FUSS OX STATE TICKET.
rrr fiomnnr :
HON. W. A. roYNTER.
Kor l.lcut, Governor:
HON. A. E. GILBERT.
For SfV.ft'. State:
HON. W. F. POUTER.
Fur State Troanurrr:
HON. J. It MESEKVE.
For State Auditor:
Hon. J. W. COKNELU
For Attorney (Jeneral:
1ION.C. J. SMYTH.
For Com. t'nli. l.anN A H n1 ll I u -t I
HON. J. V. WOLFE.
For Supt. l'ublle Instruction :
HON. W. It. JACKSON.
For Coiirres, 6th DtntUct.
HON. W. II. GREEN.
For .Senator 14th enHtorlul District.
Hon. OTTO MUTZ.
MiM Ellen Gould of New York city
'during and since the war has donated
for the relief of the Hufferififf $125,000.
"Though rich she knows how to use hor
wealth for the good of her fellow bc
v ings. She represents the true Christian
It Is said by the great dailies that Maj.
General Nelson A. Miles u coming- home
to prefer charges against secretay of war
The National Currency convention
will take place at the Exposition at
Omaha as one of the special features
Sept 13-14 and 15.
Sept. 2nd has been designated as the
day when the Modern Woodman of
America will invado and take charge
of the Trans-Mississippi Exposition at
Emperor Nicholas of Russia, has is
sued a note to the powers of the world
asking for an international eace con
gress looking to the reduction of the arm
iesand navies of tne world. What does it
mean? Does it mean that the milioium
is soon to be ushered is and that "old
serpent, which is the devil and stan to
lie bound a thousand years? That lie
should he cast into the bottonless pit,
that he should deceive the nations no
more fer a thousand years.
Attorney General Smythe has been
requested by the Commercial club of
Omaha to commence legal proceedings
to compell ihe Adams, American, Pacific
Southern, United States and Wells faro
express companies to pay the war rev
enue tax, which they have been making
the patrons of the several companies pay
That shows what the corporations
will do to maintain the honor and
lignity of this great and glorious repub
lic as that same class of people told us
Beautiful Easter IilIles or Fairy
Florida is the home 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. Before coming north I had a
fine lot of the lily bulbs dug, and
brought them with me; they make love
ly house plants aod are sure to bloom.
Any one who would like two or three of
these lily bulbs can have them by send
ing a stump to pay postage. You are
indeed very welcome to send as I can
pet more w hen I return to Florida next
Address Mrs. F. A. Warner Saginaw.
East Side, Michigan.
The People's Independent Party Rep
The People's Independent Party of the
5!rd BepresentuMve Wstriet Is hereby re
quested to send delegates to a convention
or said party to lie hold in Crawford, Dawes
f.xuity, Nebraska., ou the loth day of Sept
ember, A. I. 1H!W. fiiild conTention to con.
vene at 1 :0 o'clock p. m. of said day. The
objector said convention Is to nominate a
Candidate for representative from suid dia-ii-iet
and to transact such other buaines us
may properly coine before it.
The comities of said district are entitled
to the same representation as in the. state
convention recently held. It is recommend-
id that no proxies be allowed and that the.
duleKutes present cunt the entire vote to
M'hich their respectiye CBiintiea areentltl-
dto. W.H. WESTOVKK,
Maj. General Nelson A. Miles is to be
tried by court martial. Everythig now
bids fair to some of the officials of the
war depar tment having their own char
acters aired as well as that of Genl.
We learn that editor Goods of the
Valentine Democrat has purchased the
Western News plant together with the
mailing list and good will, which we
presume will be consolidated with the
former, and which will no doubt
very materially enlarge the business
and circulation Brer Good's paper at
least we sincerely hope the deal will be
a profitable one in more ways than
The Republican leaders made a groat
howl early in tho spring ubout wheat
leaving silver away behind saying that
W. J. Bryan was talking1 through his
hat in 1)07 but they aro not talking
Not-with-standing the United States
army has been able to whip Spain a plen
ty, in remembrance of the Maine and the
starving to death of hundreds of thou
sands of the Cubans, yot, through the
incompetency and criminal neglogence
of the officials at Washington, or their
subordinates, either in the departments
or in the army at tho front our brave
boys who were willing to volunteer and
tako up arms in the war just closed for
the sake of maintaining the honor and
dignity of tho greatest nation and repub
lic on earth have been permitted to die
of pestilent fevers; want of projier care
and food. And it what we read in the
great dailies is only pertly -true, the
investigation that is to tako place soon
by order of the authorities at Washing
ton, it is liable to reveal one of the worst
war scandals in the history of nations,
as General Miles, head of all of the
armies of the nation (except the presi
dent), and secretary of war R. A. Alger
have their war paint still on and we rosy
expect some wonderful disclosures re
garding the conduct of the war and the
caring for our sick and wounded. If
thero had lieen more patriotism dis
played down at Washington and less
political favoritism until after the war
was over at least, tho humiliating scan
dal about to bo heralded broad cast over
tho world by an official investiga
tion at Washington would have ' been
averted, but an it is tho U. 8. govern
ment officials will now be a laughing
stock to all nations.
The same influences aro at work in this
congressional district insisting that the
democrats ought to put up a democratic
candidate that is working in this repre
sentative dist rict with no other motive
in view than to divide the reform forces,
well knowing the republicans will stand
no show to elect their candidates unless
they succeed in getting up a three corn
ered fight and the Journal is sorry to
believe that some who call themselves
democrats are lending the opposing
forces a helping hand.
If such daily papers as the Chicago
Tribune, Minneapolis Journal, Minneap
olis Tribune, Boston Ilearld, Buufalo,
Enquirer, and News, all republican; and
Omaha World-IIearld, Deliver News and
New York Journal democratic, are relie
ahln, Sec. Alger is guilty of incom
petency and criminal neglect in the way
the soldiers have been treated both in
camp and on the Held of battle and ho
deserves to be impeached. If he is not
guilty he should order an investigation
of the charges and put the blame whore
it belongs. -
Thk Journal will publiU your brand, ike
the following, for fc:no, per rear. Kaeh ad
amount brand 75 cents. f.very iarmer or
i uH-hnieu in Sioux and adjoining counties
should advertise their brands in The Jour
SAtas it circulates ail over the state. It
may bo the nicaua of saving money for you.
Ml On left side of cattle aud on left
shonlder ot horses.
ItaiiKe on Antelope creek
J'. O., Guilchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
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THEM WILL BE WAR.
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.
Head-quarters for HARD-WARE, TIN-WARE, DRY-GOODS and
GROCERIES, FLOUR and FEED and everythiug needful & useful.
LEWIS GERLACH, Prop.
A CRITICAL TIME
IJUHINO TMi: BATTLE
Sick or Well, a Kush Nljrlit Ami
Th Parkers at Uik But tip of Santiago de Cuba
tteronll liernes. TUelr heroic Kll'orU In grt
ting Auiiiuition ami Rations to tho front
saved the day.
D. E. Butler, of ack-train No. 3, writ
ing frcm Santiago, Da Cuba, on July
"We all had diarrhoea in more or less
violent form, and when we landed we
had no time to see a doctor for it was
a case of rush and rush night and day
to keep the troops supplied with amu
nition and rations, but thanks to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy, we were abla to keep at
work and health; in fact, I sincerly be
lieve that at one critical time this medi
cine was the indirect saviour of our
army, for if the packers had been unable
to work there would have been no way
of getting supplies to the front, There
were no roads that a wai;on train could
use. My comrade and myself had the
good fortune to lay in a supply of this
medicine for our pack-train before we
left Tampa and I know in four cases It
absolutely saved life."
The above letter was written to the
manufactures of this medicine, the
Chamberlain Medicine Co. , Des Moines,
Iowa. For sale by Dr. J. E. Phinney.
PUFF1 TDIII A package of oar
rtocay, nervous debility and
lot TttnlHy sent freo for 1 pis. dosMkh.
)(.d ! WtnA moniti pr irnifh, No
tarvlBf, no lnvfivtHre, nn 1mA result, ho iMatAOiil
"." i ruimwn nPi-mtif pjinniPM uiq firrctiy fXn-
k rtd H-K,k fw. Cull or wrtt.
.On left nldo or hip ot cattle, j
Hnnee on the head ol Waroonnct
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Nob.
1 ffr-"g s. w. CAiiEy.
LjPfM0n left shoulder of cattle
MIMaa KiiiiKo on Little Cottonwood.
J u. ., i.rawford Nebr.
Final I'roor Notices.
All wrsons havinir llnal proof notices in
tills paper will receive a marked copy of the
paper and are requested to examine thelc
tintlee and if any errors exist report the
name to this office at ouce.
By virtue of an order of sale Issued by 'the
Clerk of the District Court of the county of
'ioux, and state of Neoraska, upon a decree
reudcrcd by said Court In favor of The
fanners Trust Company, a corporation, is
pUln tiffs, and the said Iuvid Anderson and
Dora Anderson, la defendants, I will on the
3rd day of September, A. L. lsOs, at the hour
ol 2 o'clock p. in. of said day ut the east
front door ot the court house in Harrison,
In said county, offer and sell the following
described real estato to wtt: The South
east quarter of Section Twenty-eight, Town
ship Thirty five, Rungo Fifty four, In Hloux
comity, Nebraska, at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said ord
er of sale In tho sum of tU 17.02, with Interest
thereon ut the rate of ten per cent, per an
num from tho 9th day of May, lUSf and
costs anil accruing costs.
(2-0) Thomas Hoi.lt,
Sheriff of said Counyt.
Notice to Son-Resident and Uu known
Miithcw Itllcy, Jano Klloy his wife and the
unknown heirs of Joshua Baker, deceased,
defendents, will lake notice that on August
Uth, 1MW, Tho Western Security Company, a
corporation of Wlndlutm, Connecticut,
plalntlir herein, tiled Its petition In the
Klstrlct Court of Sioux county, Nebraska,
ug-ulnMt said defendants, tho objuct and
praver ot wtiieh Is to foreclose a certain
uiorliriiK" made and executed hy defend
ants, Mutliew Ki!';y and Jano Klley his wife
to the said The Western Security Company,
tho legal holder and owner thereof, upon
the S K'i of Section a;i, 'lownshlp 83, Range
4, hiMlonx county, Nebraska, to Si cure the
liuyinnit of one certain promlsurV note tor
3fi0.0n, duo September tlth, lKU.I, with Inter
est theroon at 7 per Cent, per annum from
Septomlwr 11th, lHSS. Default has beoa
ijiikIo In the piivmentof said note and Inter
out and hi the terms and conditions of said
mortgage Thero Is and will be duo and
owing to plaintiff on said proiiiinory note
with Interest thereon to September 19th,
JSCS, It being the lint day of the next term of
said Court, H13.00 and tuxes to tho amount
ofi'S.Oll, which taxes plaintiff ts eompellod
to pay to protect Its mortgage security ; for
which sum plaintiff prays decree that said
defendants lie required to pay tho same, and
that In default thereof, said premises may
bo sold to satisfy tho amount found rtu
tbornnn and costs. You aro required to
answer said petition on or before KepUmo
or l"th, 1MK.
. Tho Ventorii security Cmpany,
(3 7) Hy ALvis T. CXauk, lt Attornoy,
B. E. BKKWgTUt,
a F. Coma,
D. H. OBISWOLD, Oaahter.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.;
American Exchange National Bank, New York
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
Ftkst National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Depoca
WDBAFTS SOLD ON ALL PASTS OF EUBOf
ill 11 M
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THE GREAT REFORM MASftZsSE
A FRAXX, FEARLESS
editor it I. o. ftem
NewTitnr." Let mc lake Ihoic loads fror: i . "
THE NEW TIME, 50 Ave., CUlChCO
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