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The Sioux County Journal,
HZAJRISOZtsT, ITEBBASKA, .THIUIsnDY, SEPT. 22, 1898.
NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT. "--Hon. William J. Bryan.
The Sioux County Journal.
Subscription Price, 11.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF 8IOUX COUNTY.
'. )t, Canon,
Kntrcl at tlin llunlaon jwat olttco cm
ocond cltuut HIHlUT.
The republican party of Nebraska is
conirnilU-d to thj single gold standard
and so it is in every other state in the
union except Utah.
The fijrht between editor Rosewater
and John L. Webster, two republican
candidates for U. S. Senator a forlorn
hope resulted in the defeat of Liouglas
county for Mr. Rosewater.
Mis Winnie Iiavis, daughter of Jeffer
son Davis, a ho was president of the south
ern confederacy, but better known
as the" Daughter of the Confederacy"
died at Narragansett Pier, It. I. on the
18th inst after undergoing an operation
Gov. Bushtiell of Ohio has piven the
Hannncrats in his state to understand
that lie will not make any political
speeches for them in this full' campaign
Also that )ohtical assessments on the
state ollicials or even subordiniiUs
should not lie xr.nited, hence the chances
for republican success in Ohio this ear
are not bright.
press of the country against the
navy department iu regard to nimniiin-
Why is it that not a single
The JofllNAL Htmuh fairly :"nd..-nination, either by the -eopl
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lit ftivm huf. mill. tint. Iitiiilfiifl
T J ; 7; I lOrement of its
to HUun ana won. jor in-
tltllivii uj iuikiviuico jui (c t t so regarding the war dep.irt
VOriOUS offlCCS to be VOtcd fornwnl, with Sc. Alt-ras it ht-ad ofrcial
this fall no mutter, whether i and who is condemned by the people and
iheu ore Democrats, ojulixt divrs or tiie somitry.
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orjree tuictr Jttjuoittuti, ij i
I I I II J I !
amormt uj aa me rejorni pur
lieu, conditional, however, that
Tin live stock exhibit will take place
jut the Traiis-Mississippi Exposition at
men uavoaue oi-mnuuym ue mh. or tliesa th(! ,muUrv exlli)it
income tux law, opposition o .n ,w Kivon ,.0B,inU6is to sot.
national banks of ww, are t:.ht mid on M ind iy Oct. inl, horses,
PPOS('d t' tllC retirement Of ther.V; Ji.Us, J,-iiiiiM. and Mules, sheep
freenbacks and treasury note, ; HWit,e in-to continue to Oct.
favor government control of 20; tllB f;it Kl,'",k W1" 1,B !-1,ow f'"om
f,.ls,.,,h ,mJ :.! Oct M, to O. t. 20 inclusive.
Ill IVI iIKI'i, t-ltCJ ( 'IV t.tit'i- n.t-v
The single gold standard advocates
who took part in the monetary couven
tion at the Trans-Mississippi JCxposition
on the 13 14 and 1.1th inst were routed
root and branch. Following are a few
of the questions plied by the friends of
bi-metallism that they could not and did
not attempt to answer:
The questions asked by Mr. William?
and which neither Congressman Mc-'j
deary nor any other single gld stand'4
ard advocate attempted to answer, ;
Question No. 1 Are the proposed bank j
notes to lie reedemable in any mom v
but gold? j
Question No. 2 Are notes of other!
banks to be held in tbe bank reser- j
Question No. 3 I any material
change suggested in the reserve plan of
the present plan of the present national
Question No. 4 Is the government td
guarantee the redemption of all the
bank notes in gold?
Question No. 5 If the government is
to make such guarantee what provision
is suggested for a redemption fund to
Question No. 6 Will a sustained ex
port of gold be an indication of an over
issue of batik notes and the necessity of
bank note contractions?
Question No. 7 Will the issue or re-
A CRITICAL TIME
DURIXO THE JIATTJLE
flick or Well, a Rush Night And
plwne linen and the establish
ment of postal wrings bunk
ing sjfticm, and ulso are op
posed to the itsucinb'of natum
il bond in time of peace.
Tlippaikfrs at the liattle of HntlKo d Cab
were all heruM. Their heroic Efforts in get
tin; AmimlUoa anil Ualious to the front
saved the day.
B. E. Butler, of pack-train No. 3, writ
ipg from Santiago, De Cuba, on July
"We all had diarrhoea in more or less
violent form, and when we landed we
bad oo time to see a doctor for it was
a case of rush and rush night and day
to keep the troops supplied with amu
tiition and rations, but thanks to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy, we were able 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
irmy, for if the packers had been unable
to work there would ha ve been do wa
of getting supplies to the front. There
were no roads that a wagon train could
My comrade and myself had the
tirement of bank notes elfect prices'
Question No. 8 A. If they will not 'use,
by what methods will exports of goods j good fortune to lay in a supply of this
be stimulated to take the place of gold medicine for our pack-train before we
FUSION STATE TICKET.
HON. W. A. POYNrER.
tor Lieut, (iovrriior:
HON. A. E. GILBERT,
for hec. of state:
HON. W. F. VORTKK.
Tor State Treasurer:
HON. J. R. MESERVE.
For state Auditor:
Hon. J. W. CORNELL.
For Attorney General:
HON'. C. J. SMYTH.
For Com. Pub. Luinl A linlUllnK-c
HON. J. V. WOLFE.
tor Rupt. l'uldle lnxlrartlon :
HON. W. R. JACKSON.
Tor Coiibpmmi, r.tii titict.
HON. W. H. GREEN.
Tor SWnntor Mth fieoiitorinl IHstrlrt.
HON. OTTO MUTZ.
For Keprcwmtutlve, 53 District,
HON. LEWIS GERLACH.
Drnwicrutlc Mush County Con
Notice is hereby given that a Mass
Convention of the elctors composing the
Democratic Party 'of Sioux county, Ne
braska, will Ie held at the Court House
in the village of Harrison, at the hour
of 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Satur
day the 8lh day of October, 1808, for
the purpose of placing in nomination a
candidate for the office of County Attor
ney to lie voted for at the General Elec-
tion to Ira held in said county in the
month of November 1898. All electors
f laid county, who affiliate with the
Democratic Party are requested to be
present at staid convention.
Dated September 19, 1898.
M. J. Oavhabt,
The Frople'B Independent For
ty, Morn County Couveiitlon.
Notice is hereby given that a mass
convention of the electors composing ihe
People's Independent Party of Sioux
County, Nebraska, will be held in the
Court House in the village ef Harrison,
at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon,
on Saturday October, 8 1898, for the pur
pose of placing in nomination a candi
date for the office of County Attorney
of Sioux county to be voted for at the
General Election to be held in said coun
ty la the month of November, 1898.
All electors of said county, who alllliato
with the People's Independent Party are
requested to be present at said conven
Dated this 18th day of September, 1898.
WHY DO'NT YOU SUBSCRIBE VOil
The government, lias now locked up
in the U . N. Treasury :j".i,M)U,i)iH).
Hence, about 3, per capita has been
taken out of circulation us a result of
the Isind is-sue and nlamd where it can
o no body any good except to pay in
terest on the bonds to rich national
rankers. How much better an issue of
$at,)00,o00, iii greenbacks, which
would hnve been a saving of $0,000,000,
a year to the people.
B. If note issue.
will elfect prices will not the whole
general price range of commodities be
regulated by the banks?
Question No. 9 Is silver to bo avail
able for bank reserves?
Question No. 10 Will the bank notes
be made legal tender? ".
Question No. 11 What is gained by
retiring about $-130,000,000 of govern
ment paper redcem.tble in gold and turn
ing a larger amount of silver into monejf
redeemable in gold?
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,
!low a. For sale by Dr. J. E. Phinney.
President McKinley and iiis cabinet,
since their flection have not carried out
one of their post election promises.
That party declared that they were bi-
metallists, but excepting one state re
publican convention that of Utah all
the rest have put themselves on record
as favoring the single gold standard.
The Dingley tariff law has proved to bo
the worst tariff measure ever enacted
riy congress. The conduct of the war
has lieen a disgrace to the nation.
The Youth's Companion gives a page
in its issue for the week of September
Mth to the Trans-Mississippi and Inter
national Exposition ut Omaha. The
descriptive article is accompanied by a
line photo-engraving, four columns wide
presenting a general view of the Grand
Canal court exhibition grounds and
buildings. The Companion believes that
these great industrial exhibitions not
only promote tho property of the people
but stimulate their patriotism. Every
visitor to the Omaha exhibition must
marvel at the vast resources west of the
Mississippi, and feel a glow of pride in
realizing that the great west is but part
of the glorious country that smiles
under the stars and Stripes.
Following set of resolutions, formula
ted by Rome parties in Denver, occu
pying offices 611 and 614 Ernest and
Crinmer building, and handed to a dele
gate of the republican convention,
which convened in that city on the 15th
inst should be respectfully commended
to the republican party of Nebraska as
ft advocates exactly their principles
when you see behind the mask worn by
Resolved, That we favor the gold
standard, which has in twenty-five years
reduced the general level of prices 50 per
cent, thereby increasing two-fold the
burden of debt, interest and taxation
upon the people.
Resolved, That we view with alarm
the persistent agitation of the silver
question, looking to the restoration of
silver to the coinage, with its attend
ant rise of prices, quickening of in
dustries, prosperity and independence
of the people: but to the corresponding
disadvantages of interest gatherers and
possessors of fixed incomes.
Resolved, That the Republican party
is the party of the money power, of the
trubts and federal office holders; and
we therefore favor a financial system
which will enable our masters to extract
the largest possible tribute from the
woalth producers of the country, and
keep the masses under th easiest form
of subjugation. Donver News.
How to Tell To-Morrow's
j A short, clear, entertaining and
; Valuable lesson for amateur weather
! observers is given in the September
j iMdks Home Journal in the form of
in uariatf nf rti nrpa flf pIauHk. with brief
n,. v 1 ') I n r, n .an -
its ohliirjition in u-old cease until all the .
silver dollars are retired?
Question No. 13 Could the banks by
presenting silver at the treasury compel
Don't send away for Dry Goods and
Groceries when you can buy them as
cheap at the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE
in Harison, as you can in Chicago at
the department stres.
GERLACH, proprietor of the Ranch
Supply House has just put in a full
line of Gents furnishing goods for
Fall and Winter wear.
He will sell Overcoats and Cloth
ing cheaper than any other store in
Harrison. Come and see for yourself.
io Ranch Supply
House will not be undersold
on Groceries & Provisions.
Come and be bOnvinced-
L. GERLACH, Prop.
the government 10 supply the banks
Question No. 14. How is the govern
ment to replenish its gold fund when
reduced except by issueing bonds?
Question No. V Does the proposed
sv.stem modify in any way the ability
of foreign nations to secure our gold
Question No. 16 Under your system
will any money of final redemption
remain in the hands of the people.
Question No. 17 How much legal
tender will you leave in circulation in
the hands of the people under your
Question No. IS In case of a general
call on the national banks for gold re
demption is it expected that each natio
nal bank shall supply its own gold fund
or that the great clearing house banks
will be mainly relied upon for such
Question No. 19 Is this plan in ar,y
way calculated to check the general fall
in prices which has prevailed for twenty
Question No. 20 Will not more gold
be required than is now in the coun
try? Qestion No. 21 Cannot foreign credi
tors withdraw gold at will by selling
American securities in the American
Question No. 22 With 4,000 banks in
competition, does any method of raising
or lowering discounts exist to control
the import or export of gold after the
manner of the bank of England,
Question No. 23 Will there be any
other inducement to bank issues than the
profits of the banks?
Question No. 24 -If the banks suspend
specie payments, which are guaranteed
by the government must not the govern
ment also suspend unless it retains
constantly a large gold reserve for this
Question No. 2'i Do you propose to
continue the coinage of silver on gov-'
Question No. 26 Upon your admis
sion that the government should control
the volume of money, will you suggest
how such control is experienced under
your proposed system.
W. W. Clay of Chicago spoke for a
few minutes in favor of fiat money and
John P, Irish of California spoke briefly
in favor of the gold standard.
The page is well
... iu: examining ana saving, lor mere
nothing: in the article which would
not be understood by anybody, even a
child and a little close study will make
one qualified to form better opinions
than ever before as to what the weather
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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. . Hefore coraiBg north I had a
fine lot of the lily bulbs dug, and
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Any one who would like two or three of
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Address Mrs. F. A. Warner Saginaw.
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NALart It circulates all over tho state. It
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D. H. ORISWOLD, Cashier.
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Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
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Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
OTJ&AFTS SOLD ON ALL PASTS 07 EX7R07JL
Kit ASK NUTTO.
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Range on Antelope creek
I'. O., Ohilchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
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Addres Harrison, Sloui Co. Neb.
R. W. CARRY.
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I Knntte on l ittle Cottonwood.
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