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The Sioux County
HARRISON, NEBRASKA, THTJRSDAY, OCT. 27, 1898.
our Motto-- no QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT."
Hon. William J. Bryan,
The Sioux County Journal.
Subscription Price, fl.OO
OFFICIAL PAPER OP SIOUX COUNTY,
Geo. D. Canon.
Entered t the Harrison poet office u
eeeond clan matter.
The Journal stands fairly
ami squarely on the Chicago
platform, but will not hesitate
to 8U)port and work for the
election of candidates for the
various offices to be voted for
this fall no matter, whether
they are Democrats. Populht
or free silver Republicans, if
endowed 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 the
greenbacks and treasury notes,
favor government control of
railroads, telegraph and tele
phone lines and tlie establish
merit of postal savings bank
ing system,, and also are op
posed to the issueing of nation
al bonds in time of peace.
FCSI3 STATE TICKET.
HON. W. A- POYNTEE.
For Lieut. Governor:
HON. A. E. GILBERT.
Tor8c. of State:
HON. W. F. FORTER.
HON. J. R. MESERVE.
For Btate Auditor:
. Hon. J. W. CORNELL.
For Attorney General :
HON. C. J. SMYTH.
For Com. Pub- Land Butlilinirt:
HON. J. V. WOLFE.
ForSopt. Public Instruction:
HON. W. R. JACKSON.
For CongTeM. 6th DUttuct.
HON. W. H. GREEN.
For Senator Utb Senatorial ftintrtct.
HON, OTTO M13TZ.
Far Representative, M District,
HON. LEWIS OERLACII.
Gov. Tanner of Illinois,, must be
somewhat of an anarchist himself. Why?
Because he has had the temerity to ac
cum the coal barrons opperating at Vir
dea, his state, as being guilty of murder
la the killing of seven miners a week or
so ago at that place.
England and France are about to lock
horns orer the Nile country in Egypt.
Wonder if the Anglo-Saxon alliance wilt
have a tendaocy to pull the United
States into the trouble?
Hon. Lewis Gerlach, returned from
his trip to Crawford, Hemraingford and
Alliance last Monday . noon. He feels
quite well pledbod over the prospect of
his election, Nov. 8th. r '
Teddy Roosvelt, is destined to have
rougher riding to do than he did at
Santiago, ff he succeeds in capturing the
state bouse at Albany two weeks from
For what president McKinley, Banna
and the repoblicao national campaign
committee oondamned Hon. W. J. Bry
an for ia the '06 campaign viz: rear-end
car political speeches, the president is
bow doing the same thing himself and
has been since his special train left Col
umbus, O. , for the IVana-Miseisaippi Ex
position. But that ia one of those in
stanoee where it makes a dflerence who's
ox ia gored.
Btnos president McKinley took his seat
March 4th 1897 eomsthing like 20 trusts
and syndicates have come into existence
whose capital stock is over 13,000,000,
MO and they control all or about all the
kind of business of the United States
that they are engaged in. Will the vot
ers go to the polls and continue vote for
that Mad ef reej legislators?
1 1 ... ,
A letter from Hon. Lewis Uerlach
at Chadron today says everything is all
O. K. so far as he in able to find out.
Another huge trust in formed with a
capital stock of f.10,000,000. This time
it ij a tobacco trut.
That prince of blasphee.uers Robert G.
Ingersoll took an opportune time, while
the Peace Jublee was being celebrated
in Chicago to deliver himwlf of some of
bis infldelic dostrine in that cit v on Sun
day the lGlh inst. A man of his type
should never be be countenanced in any
Mr. McKinley' little )eeclies on lib
Western tour, of course, are not meai,t
to have much significance, but they
have a little, as showing the way his
mind is working. He still indulges in
phrases (as be has doue on the question
of reforming the national currency sys
tem) at a crices when we have the great
est clearness and distinctness. For instance-.
"We have gone from labor seek
ing employement to employement seek
ing labor." Now, where has this occur
red? The trade Journals deny that any
thing of the kind can bee seen anywhere.
N. Y. Evening Post
Tne arraignment or the President by a
strong, sterling Republican newspaper,
the Springfield R-publican, for the re
sponsibility of Alger and Sternberg, uses
some strong language, which was in
spired after a thorough instigation or
the methods in vogue at the difierent
camps. That paper says:
"We denounce the Secretary of War
as even a greater incompetent than the
Sergeon General. A superb Secretary
we have who, in the indignant words of
Rev. Dr. Hamlin, of Washington, on
Sunday, pleads the baby act' and throw s
the blame upon his subordinate."."
"Finally we denounce the President
of the United States, upon whose shoul
ders the responsibility for Alger and
Sternberg rests. In defying public opin
ion and keeping the Secretary of War in
office, tha President assumes the full
burden of that official's pottering mal
adminirtration, redicnlous self-sufficiency
and egregious conceit. All the hor
rors of Camp Thomas and every other
comp where horrors existed thus come
to the amiable man in supreme powe."
"Alger is responsible for Algerism, and
McKinley is responsible for Alger" It
was not a Democratic paper which ut
tered this trueism, but a Republican
paper, the New York Evening Post. The
same paper further commenting upon
the same subject say:
"If the President shall allow Algerism
to continue, tne President will pay the
penalty and not alone the President,
but also the party which elected Mr
McKinley. (The people of the United
States are indignant, and justly indig
nant over the situation. If nothing is
done about it, they will make this indig
nation felt at the polls. The President
must not allow hsmself to be deceived,
and be must not be governed by any
personal or political obligations incurred
in the past. If he would avert the elec
tion of a Bryanite majority in the next
House he must unload Alger."
The above is the class of Journalism
the republican party denominates as yel
low Journals, and Mr. Alger as "sewer"
Hitchcock Will Win.
Omaha Oct. 20 IROfl.
Ppeclal Correspondence to tbo Journal.
The campaign in this city and South
Omaha is progressing nicely, all fusion
meetings are attended by enthusiastic
crowds while indifference marks the
meetings of the republicans. The first
days registration shows a marked , in
crease over last year first day's registra
tion. Reports from the different con
gressional and legislative district are all
that the fusion committees could desire.
Senator Allen will succeed himself mark
that by a silver line over the door of the
editorial sanctum also, that this district
will be represented in the next congref a
by a man who will represent the people
of the district and not afraid to vote for
his own resolutions.
George Fred Williams of Boston was
here last week and creighton hall was
orowded to over-flowing to hear the dis
tinguished orator. He said that every
where the meetings were crowded and
the greatest enthusiasm prevailed.
Following are a few republican paper
which condemn the national Administra
tion and Alger for the conduct of the
Spanish-American war, and the treat
ment of the brave boys in blue, on the
battle field and in oamp which the Presi
dent and Secretary of War, Mr. Alger
are now working to white-wash over
with their investigating committee, now
New York Papers.
Toe Economist, The Sua,
The Financial News. The Herald.
The Nation, StatU-Zitung,
The Medical, Record, The Times,
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The Herald, Tho Advertoser,
The Traoscript, The Journal
The Post, The Globe,
The RecorJ, The N. American
The Bulletin, The Times.
The Tribune. The Times-Herald,
The Record (Ind.) The Journal,
The Times. The News.
Remember these papers represent Yel
low Journalism, so say the administra
tion partisans, and Mr. Alger "sewer"
Journalism. Are these papers all liars?
Keep Your Party
Vote at the Pre
The Journal believes it is
the proper thing for the three
reform parties in Sioux county
the evening of Nov. 5th, next
when the precinct vote is be
ing canvassed to keep tab on
their respective party vote.
Something like the follow
ing would keep the vote in a
manner that each party could
tell just how large a vote
each party polled in the coun
Free Silver Republican vo' e 1 0
People's party " 24
Tliree Doctors in COlinsuHatlon
From Benjamin Franklin.
"When you are sick what you like
best is to be chosen for a medicine in the
first place; what experience tells you is
best to chosen in the second place; What
reason (i. e., Theory) says is best is to be
chosen in the last place. But if you can
get Dr. Inclination, Dr. Experience and
Dr. Reason to hold a consultation toget
her, they will give you the "best advice
that can be taken.
When you have a bad cold Dr, Inclina
tion would recommend Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy because it ispleasantand
safe to take. Dr. Experience would te-
commend it becanse it never fails to
effect a speedy and permanent cure. Dr
Reason would recommend it because it
is prepared on scientific pcinciples, and
acts on nature's plan in relieving the
lungs, opening the secretions and restor
ing the system to a natural and healthy
condition. For sale by Dr. J. E Phin
sj sj q q Gj
NOTICE To the voters
of Five Points, Hat creek
and Dodarc precincts. Your
attention is called to the fol
lowing changes in your pre
cinct boundary line as follows
sections 25 & 36twp 33 Range
54 has been annexed to and
made a part of the territory
comprising Sugar loaf pre
cinct, sections 4-5-6-7-8-9-16-17
& 18 Twp, 32 Range 54 has
been annexed to and made a
part of the territory compris
ing cottonwood precinct.
Sections 2-3-10-11-14&15 twp,
32 Range 56 has been annex
ed to and made a part of the
territory comprising Warbon
net precinct, and that the
remaining territory in Five
points, Hat creek and Bodarc
precincts, has been consolid
ated into one precinct, to be
known as Hat Creek precinct.
M. J. Blkwktt.
, County Clerk
EST To those who made
arrangements to haul us wood
on subscription, we would
like very much to have it
brought in as soon as possi
Some Plain Facts.
Crave errors, injustice, wrongs o;
greater or less degree, arise from lad
Of knowledge of the truth, aud mor
frequently from deception.
The most infamous case on rocorc
of deception and injustice is the at
tempt to demonetize silver as a money
of final redemption ia the United
There is no learned judge, skilled
lawyer, or court cf justice that is
capable of reconciling the effort with
the constitutional laws that govern
the issue of money in this country.
The people have been deceived,
oficiuls in power, chosen to adminis
ter justice under the laws, have
ignored their sworn duty, and given
aid to the scheme that has paralyzed
industry, reduced property values
cne-half, and beggared millions.
There is no authority of law, either
specific or by inference, by which
gold alone is made the only money
with which to discharge debts, either
public or private. The effort to
make it so is unconstitutional and a
Plain and ample information, facts,
atxl truth, concerning this almost suc
cessful scheme to corner the wealth
of the people, is now being printed
in the Cincinnati Enquirer, a news
paper which the combined power of
money has failed to muzzle or buy.
The Weekly Enquirer is only 75c.
a year. The address is .
Enquirer Company, Cincinnati, O.
Ready Jan. 1, 1898,
On AH News Stands.
Larger, Better, More Complete
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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
line of Gents furnishing goods for
Fall and Winter wear.
He will sell Overcoats and Cloth
ing cheaper than
Harrison. Come and see for yourself.
And the Ranch Supply
House will not be undersold
on Groceries & Provisions.
Come and be bOnvinced
L. GERLACH, Prop.
B. E. Brxwstbji,
a K. OaiSWOLD, Oasbiar.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business
Aheucax Exchahqk Naticmal Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
FmsT National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Depoaiti
tTDBwAJT9 SOLD ON ALL PABTS OF EUSCf.
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if too kaow how. Wilt ui (or
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Ths Journal will publish your bmnil, Ike
the followlnn, for 2 m. par vaar. Each ad
ditional wand 75 cents. Krery farmer or
rsDckmen In 81om and adjoining counties
should adTartUs tb.lr brands In TasJona
mal aa It circulate all over the atata. it
may be the meant of saving money for jrou.
On left nidi of cuttle and on Isft
shoulder ol horses.
Range on Antelope creek
just put in a full
any other store in
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On left eldo or hip of cattle, I
On leftsbonlderof horaea. I
iRanite on tbo hoad ot Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Slowz Oo. Neb.
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By vlrtua of an order area la leaned br taa
Clerk of tbo Dlatrict Court ot Ui r
Sioux, and state of Cebnuka, npon a deerea
renaerea ny aaid oourt in raver of WUliaaa
H. Male. Benjamin Graham. William n.n.
Jr., and Harris II. Haydan are plaintiffs.
ano jamee uiara, uerbard Binders, Sibylla
Rlndera, Martin Oayhart and Mra. Oayhart
hi wife, and W. J. Bowden are defandanU,
I will on tbe27tb day of October, A.D. im.
at the hour of 1 o'clock n. m. r i .. .
the eaat front deor of the Ooart House ft
Hamsoa, In said county, offer aed sell te
louowiof aucnBM rati aetata tA.Mt
Roath H of the Mth Waat , Lola ti
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coaniT. neaTaaaa. at nuMia u.itu. mw-
highest bidder for cash, te aatUfy aaid otdsr
oi saia, ia tna sum or ai7S.n, with tnteraet
thereon at thf rate of tn ner Mnt ...
atim from the Oth day of Decnmber 1T, and
costs and aocrulng cnt.
TH0MA IlOI-I.r, '
sheriff of laidCeaaty. ,
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P. 0., GUilohrut. Iloux Co., N.b.
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