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Sioux County Journal,
VOL. XI. HIERISOlNr, NEBRASKA, THUBSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1898.
Cur Motfo--"NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT."--Hon. William J. Dryan.
The Sioux County Journal.
I EST AEMfcHEP
Subscription Frit, fl.OO
OFFICIAL PAPER OF G'.OUX COUNTY.
t.'eo. II. Canon,
Entered at t;i llamaon )at office a
ftcund clam mutter.
.TornxAL standi fairly
ani nquarclu on the Chicago
platform, but will not hesitate
to tvj'port and work for tho
dcction of candidates for the
rariovs office to be voted for
this fall no matter, irhetter
then are Democrat, Populist
or free silver Republicans, if
endorsed by all the reform par
tics, conditional, however, that
the advocate bi-mctallim the
income tax law,-opposition to
national banks of wve, are
opposed to the retirement of the
greenbacks and treasury notes,
favor government control of
railroads, telegraph and tele
phone lines and the establish
ment of pokt'tl savings hank
ing system, and 'also are op
posed to the iesueinj of nation
al bonds in time of peace.
FUSION MTATE TICKET.
HON. W. A. POYNTER.
For Ltont. tiovernor:
HON'. A. F.. OILBLKT.
For Sec. of State:
110S. W. F. VORTER.
Tor Ktate Trpniirrr:
HON. J. B. MKSERVE.
for Kuite Auditor:
Hon. J. W. CORNELL.
Kor Attorney General :
HON. C. J. SMYTH.
For Com. 1'iib. Laud Buildings:
HON. J. V. WOLFE,
ror Supt. Public Instruction :
110N. W. R. JACKSON'.
i'ur ("onifr. 6th Diiitlwt.
HON. W. H. GREEN.
Kor Xpnntor lth HenatorlHl Itlntrlct.
Hon. OTTO MUTZ.
Rev. Wilford Woodruff, presulent of
tlte morman church died in Han Francis
co, Sept. 2nd.
Congressman Green and Judge Brown
the republican candidate will hold joint
debate at Cliadron, Sept. ltith.
According to the best authority ob
tainable the wheat crop of the United
KUtes this year is 730,000,000, bushels'
or 138,220,000 bmhels more this year
The only daily paper in Chicago to
Biipiwrt Secretary Alger, in his mis
management 'and treatment of our
nick and wounded soldiers during the
campaign aguinst Spain, l the Chicago
Inter Ocean, and it denominates all its
contemporary in the white city as
The middle-of tho-road populist nation
al convention held at Cincinnati the 5th
inst have nominated a presidential tick
et for 1900. Wbartoo Barker of Phila
delphia received the nomination for
tlM head of the ticket and Ignatiotis
IJonnley for Vice president. The Marion
Butler part of the convention bolted, and
have issued a address to the populist
voters of the United States.
One of the principle issues of this
fall's campaign is good stat govern
ment. The question in whether the reform
administration is butter than republican
Another question is, whether the
present stale olllcers have proven them-
Helves worthy of continued public contl
The records are the best evidence and
they are nnen to piibtli; inp tion.
Every voter should ruad carefully, in
vstiitate throughly, "prove all things
nd hold fast that which is pood," and
lion, Thomas F. Fayard a great
statesman and diplomat is said to be
dieing at Dedliam. Mas.
When state treasurer Jleserve was
inducted into office Jan, 3, 197 he dis
covered his predecessor had left him a
shortage of "i.7fM),Cfi, for whii.h Mr.
Bart ley now languishes in jail.
According to the duly World-Heral
the 3rd Nebr. volunteer, now stationed
at Jacksonville, Fa., are preparing to
embark for Havana, where the 7th army
corps, of which they area jiart will do
garrison duly in Havana province.
Will the politician?, or the people rule
at the representative convention nl
Crawford next Sat urd;ij-y Tho JoCRJTAL
serves notice ou Inn personal of timt
convention and fUo the people of Dawes
and Sherridan counties that they can't
alford to ignore the rights of Sioux
county til is year.
About all the headers of (he republi
can party can nay about Hon. W. A.
Poynter is that be is a farmer and a tem
perance man and that ho is a populist.
Well if he is a populist the principals he
advocates are democratic and there is
little dilfurerence between a Thorn is Jef
ferson populist or a Thomas JelTursoo
Under the fusion state administration
more fees were accounted for hy secre
tary of state, I'orter in 19 months than
were turned into tho state treat. ury by
all the republican secretaries in the pat
20 years. The above may seem to be
a sweeping statement, but the record is
what talks; the voters of Sioux couoty
sli 'iibl inf.irin Hum selves, write to
Mr. I'ortor, Iij will send you a statement
Following is the co-it per year to
mai'jtain and keep up land aud naval
forces of Enroie:
Germany, army and navy $145,800,000
The numlier of men couixsing the
army and navies of the above six great
powers are renpectively;
Germany, (507,308, France, 539.2C0,
Iialv, 2tC,2;j., Auhtria, 277,192
Russia, 1,743,244, G. Britain 220,199
Total No. Soldiers. .3,623,438
The Omaha Bee and Lincon State
Journal two daily papers, who went
after the World-Herald of Omaha for
printing so much of what they term
fake news regarding the sick and suffer
ing of our soldier boys, mad a bad
hit when they did so. The World-
Herald took their own papers and proved
conclusively that they beloged to the
sarao class of newspaper publishers
as tho Chicago Tribune and News, the
Minneapolis Journal and Tribune, the
N. Y. World, Times, and Herald, all ad
ministration or gold orgaus who have
published pages, telling about the Buff
ering and distress of the soldiers in camp
and battle field and they attribute it to
the mismanagement of secretary Alger.
Hence tho Journal and Bee are as much
yellow Journals as the World-Herald or
the other metropolitan papers mentioned
Yes, the World-Herald is enough for a
whole state full of such dalies as the
Omaha Bee and Lincoln State Journal
Tha Journal noticed in the Cliadron
News of Sept. 2nd a call for a representa
tive Democratic convention, signed by
C. C. Patterson of Rusbville, state com
miltman. Tti9 strange thing about it
is, the editor of the Journal by the way
is a democrat and runs a democrat pap
er but have never been requested to
publish a call, cither by Mr. Satterleo
who claimed to us that lie had the
authority to make the call, neither by
Mr. Patterson, nnd we notica also that
the Hay Springs Leader, nor the limn
ing ford Herald, both democratic and
neither have published the call hence
it looks as If there was a nigger in the
woodpile at Chadron. Even if it were a
legitimate call it has been so arrang
ed that a county convention could not
be called in any of the counties in this
district should the chairman of the
democratic county committees so desire.
The parties, whoever they may be may
think they are playing a smart, yankee
trick, but it will react. Snap conven
tions and bossism In this day and age of
the world is loosing its power and the
time is coming when that class of
politicians will be relegated to the rear.
The Journal does not pretend to place
the blame either on Mr, Satterlee or Mr.
Patterson, but it evident to us that it is
a scheme to rtefent the will of tho people
by Homo onn.
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any woman ssfler another minute
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Wine of Cardui only coats 11.00 per 4
bottle at your drug ators.
Tor adrirr, n coin WTUiHnj tptHal Mrf
Urms, atUtrr$t llSfte tymptov. th$ 'Lo44tl
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I tie tiliwHi of all llnimenu lor t. Ha c:r omcro aeUon.
tcm"f all llunchf. "T riomlali'i tmn Ifwaes
and tit. uiERS.r.rt;.:ii all cAOTcr.y
na snaiain. impjMttHt wt Vfuawric&r oi
rfri bottle anld la wnnanl"1 to 're istlafactioa
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Beautiful Easter LUlles or Talry
Florida in the home of the famous
j Easter Lily. During the blooming sea-
bon, 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
mark,. Before cotuieg north I had a
fine lot of the lily bulbs dug, and
brought them with me; thesy make love
ly house plants and are sure to bloom.
Any one who would like two or three of
these lily bulbs can have them by send
ing a stamp to pay postage. You are
indeed very welcome to send as I can
get more when I return to Florida next
Address Mrs. F. A. Warner Saginaw.
Cant Side, Michigan.
The PoopIe'H Independent Party Rep.
The Peoplti'9 lnuepmJent Pnrtr of tho
53rd Reprcentntlve District Is hereby re
quested to send delegates to a convention
of M party to be held In Crawford, Oawes
county, Nebraska, on the 10th day of Sept-
ember, A. I). lSSiS. Said convention to con
vene at 1:00 o'clock p. m. of sukl d;iy. The
object of said convention Is to nominate a
enndidute for repre.ientntlve from said dis
trict and to trunsact uch other business as
may properly come before it.
The counties of said district are entitled
to Hie same reproontatlon as in the state
convention recently held. It is recommend
ed that no proxies be allowed and that the
delegates preout cast the entlro votfl to
which tlicir ro.spoctive counties are entitl
ed to. W. II. WESTOVEIt,
THE JornvAL will piibitsh your brand, Hte
the follo'.vliu?, for ti :0O, per year. KucU ad-
uitioual brand 7iS ccnu. Kvery farmer or
ranchmen in Sioujs and adjoining counties
should advertise tbeir brands in TiikJocr
NALas it circulates all over the state. It
may be the means of saving money for you.
On left side of cattle and on left
shoulder ol homes.
Range on Antelope creek
I'. O., Cbilohrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
( HAKLF.8 BIEHI.K.
On 1-Jt aide or hip of cattle,
On left uUoulder of horses, i
lltange on tbo head 01 Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Nob.
JOn left shoulder of cattle and
IRi iiireon Little CottomvooU.
I'O. ., Crawford Nebr.
Final Proof Setucs.
All persons having final proof notions In
this paper will receive a marked copy of the
puper and are rcqnested to examine theU
notice and U any errors exist report the
name to this olllco at once.
Ily virtue of an order of sale Issncd by the
Clerk of the llt.Tct Court of the county of
! Sioux, and state of Nebraska, npon a decree
rendered bv anid Court in favor of The
Farmers Trust Company, a corporation, i
plaintiffs, and the said David Anderon and
j Bora Anderson, t" defendants, I will on the
; Srd day of September, A. I). 18SW, at the hour
! of 2 o'clock p. rn. of said day at the east
front door ol the eourt house In Harrison,
' in said county, offer and sell the following
'described real estate to-wit: The South
east quarter of Section Twenty-eight, Town
ship Thirty -live, Kango lifty-four, in Rioux
coiiuty, Mebraska, at public auction to the
highest bidder for canh, to satisfy said ord
er of sale in the sura of S417.5, with interest
thereon at the rate of ten per cent, per an
num from the 9th day of May, lbiW, and
coets and accruing costs.
(2-6) THOMA8 :iOLLT,
Sheriff of said Counyt.
Notice to Non-Uesldcnt and Uu known
Matbcw Klley, Jane Ulley his wife and the
unknown heirs of Joshua ltaker, deceased,
defendonts, will take notice that on August
Uth, INK, The Western Security Company, a
corporation of Windham, Connecticut,
plaintiff herein, tiled its petition in the
District Court of Woux couuty, Nebraska,
against aaid defendants, the object and
praver ol which la to foreclose a certain
mortgage made and executed by defend
anU, Matbew Klley and Jane Ulley his wife
to the said The Western Security Company,
the legal holder aud owner thereof, upon
the 8 K'4 of Section 3.1, Township 83, Range
54, IniSionx county, Nebraska, to secure the
payment of one certain promlsarV note tor
STiO.00, due Hcptembcr 11th, IHfl:?, witU inter
est thereon at 7 per cent, pur annum from
September 11th, 1HKH. Default has beeu
made in the payment of said note and inter
est and In the terms and conditions of said
mortgage. There is and will be duo and
owing to plaintiff on said promisory note
with interest thereon to September 19th,
M.m, it being the Drat day of the next term of
aaid Court, 4I3.M and taxes to the amount
of 173.00, wbtch tuxes plaintiff Is compelled
to pay to protect Its inoi lgai;i Mwurlty ; for
which sum plaintiff pr.iys di i-rt'e that said
'IclmuliUits lie required to pay the uin and
that In default them f, naid pn'MimM limy
lie sold to Siillary the muo'tnt found doe
tbervoit and costs." Von i,re reipilred to
answer said is'liflon on or before Scptetne
cr vaii, inw.
Hie Wettern f ccurlty ( mpuny,
(S-7) Hy AtviN T. Lakh, its Attorney,
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THESE 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.
Head-quarters for HARD-WARE, TIN-WARE, DRY-GOODS and
GROCERIES, FLOUR and FEED and everythiug needful & useful.
LEWIS GERLACH, Prop.
D. H. GRI3WOLD, CuhUr.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
FmsT National Bank, Cliadron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
CeTDRAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
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