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The Sioux County Journal
HABBISOIT, UEBBASKA, THXJSIDY, 3STOV. 3, 1898.
Cnr Xuttn"NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT." Hon. TVilllam J. Bryan.
The Sioux County Journal.!
Subscription Price, 11.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF SiOUX COUNTY.
to. I. Canon.
(Catered at the Harrison pout office an
Mkuud class mAtur.
The JornxAt, viand fairly tor lw M..-c;ary gold iwnking
md nquardy on the Chicago ' ,,iIUt KiVs: No k :Uer is,',ue is l"'fljre tlie
platform, but will not Imitate"-'' '.
fn n,,J u-orl f,n- ihe H adnnts that the M.Oary Bill w.ll
t J , . - i ' j f j '
iw y,j ju, dtf(m,,,e j poll ani, J(rovllla in ltH stead
variou office to be voted for lliltion.a ail)l. lK,H Tilttt is a afi.
thlH fall HO VUtttCr, irhtther knowiedgoment or the single Man-
th-ey are Democrats. Popul'iHt'.tX.
or free diver Republican, if ' '
indorsed by all the reform par- j (,!r A. o. Fiir is.arrying the id..-a
ties, conditional, however, that i 10 11,8 fr -H sih'"'' v""'- tJ '
. ,. .',, 77 .' , , v 7, ,! standard voters that lie i,afiou silver
nun i.i 1 1 vm:ai v uiruttuiiii? in
income tax law, opposition to
opposed to tlie retirement of the
ip-eenlncbi and, treasury notes, j
favor aovernment control of
railroad, telearaph and tele-
phone lilies and the extaMMs
went of pontal tavings bank-
U iri. !
poed to the it-weing of nation
al bond in time of peace.
ITSIOX STATE TICKET.
HON. W. A. FOYNTEU.
For J.luut. Gorernor:
HON. A. F. GILBERT.
For See. of Mate:
HON. W. F. rOKTETt.
I-or State Treasurer:
HON. J. n. JIESEUVE.
f'or Male Amlltor:
Hon. J. W. CORNELL.
Kor Attorney lleiieial:
HON (. J. M1YTH.
for Cum. I'iib. Iiinl4 i'liuildliiK:
HON. J. V. WOLFE.
1 or Mipl. ril!i: Itit-trnr-tlon :
HON. W. R. JACKSON.
Kor 'onttre, f.tli tUMUct.
HON. W. II. GREEN.
l or Senator Hth SeiiHtorI'd Ill-trk't.
HON. OTTO MU'IZ.
for Kepreoeiitatlve, I)itrlet,
HON. LEWIS GERLACH.
Keep Your Party
Vote at the Pre
The JorjRNAt 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 canvaswed to keep tal on
their respective party vote.
Something like the follow
ing would keep tho vole in a
manner thdt each party could
tell iuHt" how lawo a vote
each party polled in the coun
Bow en Precinct,
Free Silver Republican vo'e :0
The republican riarty ihia year are
dtxiyint: every important issue, that is
the leaders. If vou ask them about the
rooord of the ri'ijuuhcun officials in this
btate for the past 20 years all they cans
to talk about is the war; ask them the
j conduct of t he war department und they
begin to hedge on every thing that is at
The republican party should be i e'eat-
ed through the United States if lor no
other purpose than that they are in fav
I or of the infamous Mc'JHary ''Bank Bill"
j ojw before congress for consideration,
j which means thi distinction of all minor
j bunks in the country; tha single gold
! standard, and the oppression of the labor
The Times Herald, Ch cago comes out
retire Lrret-tiba':!;, make hilverdo
maii Jiimself, which is a falsehood On the
verv fave of the statement, or he would
,i.iril ticket. i;ewar of h'n ma. inations.
-nu is a wolf in sheep; clothing.
1I(,n- i-w (-Jeriadi fusmn nominee
(" -f"v.-ntiitiv was in Ohadron, Wed-
won a f,,w volM in ,tl,e race
from r.p1blicinh..re, who w,ll not sup-
port Captain Fisher, because he is play
ing "fast and loosu" with them and pre
tending to Ikj an Allen man to populists.
I It-member that as the result of the
I Reform state administration the school
I fund of Sioux has been increu:ed cl ise
! t' Jl.ftOO during the past, two years over
i ... ... , ...
any npuWicn administration in tlie
history of the slate if true and tho rec
ord of the county Superintendents will
show the statement to be true can the
people afford to return the republican
party to power again, knowing their past
President McKinley ha? issued the
national Thanksgiving proclamation
designating Thursday Nov 21 as the day
he has set apart when the people of this
L'reat nation shall ceace from their lab
ors nnd worship God and give him
thanks for the blessing and favors he has
in his infinite mercy bestowed upon
thetn uuriiii: the vear just coming to a
The numner of trusts now doing bunt
ness under this administration is 30 and
the control over two thousand million
dollar. Can any body dispute the fact
that 1.000 men practicaly own the
wealth of these United States.
The amount of money represented by
the trusts in the United States is ?2,23S,
608,000. How is this for centralization
Hon. Lewis Gerlach, of Harrison
Nebr., was in town last Sunday forming
acquaintances hereabouts. He is the
caudidato for representative fortius dis
trict and seems to be greatly pleased
with encouragement that he is receiving
Capt. Fisher, thinking he
would have no show to fool
the voters in this representa
tiv district, has struck on a
novel plan and that is to send
Home of his soldier friends
around through the district
to tell the voters about Capt.
Fisher's wonderful fighting
record '(a Koosvelt scheme)
for suffering humanity while
in camp at Chicamauga,.
But, 'Capt. Fishery record
in Sioux county is too well
known; the people know the
record he made while in camp
down south; the people inthe
district know what ho done
there defending private (J
J. Malier in a court martial
trial. Captain, you are not in
it thU year..
It Is Not True.
For the benefit of the voters io this
Representative District the Jot'&NAL de
sires to say that the statement made
by Capt. Fisher wherever ho goes that
Hod. Lewis Gerlach is traveling on the
railroad-s with a pass is ahserdly false
and not a word of truth in the story.
Look out for all kinds of stories on
election day calculated to defeat Hon.
Lewis Gerlach and Otto Jlutz for Rep
resentative and Senator respectively, j wllilfcl tlle fusion forces seem to attract
They should receive the full fusion vote , Kootl uudienc.es. The second days regis
in thi district. j ti'iu was disappointing to both s.des un-
; ' . . less the last day's registration is un-
Ilon. Lewis (icrlach Is Tlie Can-; suallv heavy Omaha will poll a light
(1'nlate of the People. jam! this will insure Mr. Hitchcock's
The voters of this Representative (list- election but at the same time will pro-
rict have reason to feel oroud of their
C: ,11 .rlu tiA ftr l?tii iaari'i t i iru 1 l,,i, T.Ati'iu
Gerlach of Sioux county Neb), although j
he may differ from many of the voters
in this district in his pulitiaal belief there
is not a man who has had the honor of
making his acquaintance but that will
say he is just and liberal in his belief,
and williug at all times to grant to his
fellow man the privilege of worshiping
his maker according to the dictates of
his own concience, and at all times to
exercise the liberties given to him by the 'Created trusts would not now dictate the
constitUiion of the United States. laWc, f the land. But Nebraska will do
Such a man as Mr. Gerlach, and the , ,r share this year toward helping
people of Sioux county regardless of j Uncle Sam out of the mire of ward poli
pohtics should make it a point to go to jtics. She will return a statesman to the
the mjIIs on election day and do all in j senate and relegate one of his politicians
their power to help swell his majority in
tins district thereby show ing to the peo
ple of Nebraska their appreciation of
their candidate. Knowing full well that
if eluded his energies will ha directed in
the interests of honest legislation. 1 Dont
fail to cast your vote for him on election
Following is how the Indianapolis
Sentinal has sized up tlie infamous Mc
(Jleary gold standard "Banking Bill"
Though the republican candidates dodge
the issue that is their ultimate inten
tion to pass this bill ifelected:
1. It will retire -18,000,000 of green
backs. 2. Stop coinage of silver dollars.
a. It will make $.100,000,000 of hilvei
redeemable in gold.
4. It will make debt contracts, public
and private, payable, in gold.
!i. It will turn over to banks all power
to issue paper currency.
0. It will secure bank currency by
7. Leave depositors withot protec
tion. 8. It will enable banks to contract A
expend their currency at will.
0. Create a hauk monopoly.
10. It will leave honest banks at the
mercy of dishonest ones.
11. It will make legitimate banking
12. H will increase tho value of our
debt obligations, national and private,
many hundred million dollars.
13. Jt will open au avenue for wild
H. H will provide a twelves-year board
to control currency.
If). "It will make money the master,
everything else the servant."
Every body should vote against a gold
standard man for congress , or for tb
state legislature this fall. ;'
Defalcations of Republican state
and County Olllclals since
Sinee 1890 defalcations by
Republican county officials
have amounted to
Since 1800, defalcations
by republican state ofllcials
Amount recovered from
ofllcials $ 123,131
ed from republican
state oflioiuts 10,719
Thus after deducting the amount recov
ered from the state and counties repub
lican emliezzeling officials they are -still
in debt to the people $1,299,754.
Will it be good policy to return them
to power again? Never.
In 187 Mr. Mcintosh of Allentown,
Tenn., had an attack of dymntery which
became chronic. "1 was treated by the
best physicians in East TenoeuM without
a cure," he say. "Finally I tried Cham
berlain' Colic, Cholera and diarrhoea
Remedy. After using about twelve bot
tles I was cured sound and well," Ft t
ale by Dr. J, E. Phinney. ,
The political still hunt of the
Omaha, Nov. 1. 1899.
Ppcoinl Correapondenv-e to the Jocbsal.
J'ow the Expositon is over the cam
paign should wax warm. The republi
cans seem to have dwelled upon the
"still hunt" method of campaign. Thy
are evidently afraid to discuss the JrtV
Cleary bill or Algerism, or even Mercers
"what is it" platform, therefore they
have resorted to the hand-shaking pro
cess to gain votes for their candidates.
Their few meetings they have had were
disappointing although well advertised
bahlv elect .1 number of rerml.llrans on
the legislative ticket; what we desire and
about all in this city is a full vote, then
j independent votes will decide the fate,
land the politicians are cast aside. This
I city has been unfortunate and conse
quently can sympathize with Uncle Sam
iu sending politician instead of states
men to the front. The people are paying
for their folly now. Had they elected
statesmen instead of politicians as cou-
gresnnien and legislative lobbyists,
,at last, to private life
A Sure Sign of Croup.
Hoarseness in achild that is subject to
croup is a sure indication of th ; approach
of the disease. If Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is given as soon as the child be
comes hoarse, or even after the croupy
cough has appeared, it will prevent the
attack. Many mothers who bavocroupy
children always keep this remedy at
hand and find that it saves them much
trouble and worry. It can always be
depended upon and is leas:int to take
For sale by Dr. J. E. Phinney.
From New Zealand.
Rjefton, New Zealand, Nov. 23, 1888.
Iain very pleased to Btate that since I
took the ngency of Chamberlain's medi
'dotk tbe ie has been very lurge, inore
especially of the Cough Remedy. In two
years I have sold more of this particular
remedv than of all other makes for the
prOious five years. As to its efficacy,
I have been informed by scores of per
sons of the good results they have receiv
ed from it, and know its value from the
use of it in my own household. It is
so pleasant to take that we have to place
the bottle beyond the reach of the chil
dren. E. J. Scantlebury.
For sale by Dr. J. E. Phinney.
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sries 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.
e will not
Come and be bOnvinced-
L. GERLACH, Prop.
D. H. OBI8WOLD, Cahi.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
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