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The Sioux County
ZEIjIRISOIN", 1TEBBASKA, TIEiTJIESIDjL"2", IsTOV. 17, 1898.
'NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT."--". William J. D.-ran.
The Sioux County Journal.
Mate tu ket anil the lour
w ho have o ably pepre
tv n ted the reform fun esof ehrahka in
coneress for tlw past twt fears are r.
elected for anither two yeirs.
Tlie Ucnul'licaii ! of this ntafe ha've on-
rured witlmut dnnht thn lefifiiaturn on
ioint hallot aivl hence, will elect a U. H
Senator to Micceed Hon. William V
l.jn to the upper Iioiim of contrast?.
The statV's, recapturwl from the re
form ffiv!i hv the repurihci.ns Nov, Mtlj
nre, Wrishinixton. Woyinini South Ls
liota and K tcsas. I
"Two years niro wlieii Klieldnn of IViwes'
-o'inl v was a caniiiilate, for Repretwnla
live Sioux con illy :ave him 110 majori-.
v. This ye.tr xkni Sioux county had a
candidate up for election for the name
jtosition Dawes co'inl v popultsts lv niak
in:;a political deil hi l.-falf of I. N. I far
1'imch snow wi our candid ite under.
I.nves county's vote proves the asser
tioo lyorid a j-erndvvtitiirt'.
The f:fty flfth Courev is ntntroV-f!
hv the rfnihlicans hy a nuijoiity of HI:
the ne ("nrfreHM. or the lift v-KixlH. will
1e repnlilicau f.y only 13, as near as can
u nscertained at the present time.
However, latei4' returns may ivo Hie
ontrol of the niv House into the hands
of the deinocra's.
Tho Cliit o!,''! liter f.en, now conun
out boldly for th jniRKiifn of the Mo
Cl'-ary hiiiicI", co'd-stundard. cronlt k
and U. S, Trisorv note retireuiert and
National (..to ' 'brini p bill, wfdcli is
now before ! .ui.'-.iS for coiixi'leretion.
It says, not until how, bus nalioiitl
l-iiidn U-en Ktillicient to base the money
ciicuiation ol the country upm. Hence
it is reasonable to rm-X, the republican
party, thrmi.:b their representatives,
who will croiitrid both branctu of con
presH after March 4th net to retire the
;reenlin:ks and Treiwury notes; the re
demption of s Her dollars in gold and
huch other lew-dat ion as will inure to
the advantage of trusts and corpora
tion. The voters of this county, nnld
the entire ulate and nation for that mi"
ter khould keep tab on national le'ittia
tion and learn for themselves if what we
will be true or not.
Such Populist of liawes county a
I. N. Harbaugh of Chatlron, and P.Coop
er and Cavin of Crawford, ouk'IiI to feel
prouJ of tlie deal nnule in their coitv
whereby Oerlach votes were traded for
Fisher vote in order to make sure dipt.
Fisher and Harbaugh'g elet;tion, whether
Hon. Lis (ierlach" or Senator William
V. Allen were elected, oue to the Stale
IicgiNlature and the other to the U. 8.
Senate were defeated or not. If these
men had a band in the deal ami from
what w liear through noiiroes which we
ihv every reawm to believ is true
they are not even worthy to utoop down
lind buckle the IntolieU of Hon. Lewis
ierlach' ihoea. much less those of Sell.
Allaa. TUee nu n are Populists, who
pretend to ntad for all liiuds of reform
iind hence deserve cennure and comlem na
tion more than tin other reform par tie
hecause they yielded to Kivinf; the Popu
list their candidate. No doubt Democals
tlgurctl in the deal, and with those Popu
list who did, deserve the utmost con
tempt of all honest voters in this Di
trict. HE JOURNAL
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Sni st.f)ition I'riro, fl.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF 6IOIJX COUW V.
twi. D. Canon, - . Ed lor.
F.ntT"1 nt r.ie Harrison jxmt offli n as
second eia. mutter, i
in.. ,VBL .n v... y.r.i i I J
in Open Lct'er Fruoi th Chairman
of Hie Democratic Ontral Com
mittee, Mrd Kepre-enta- ,
tup: km ink.
K. Th SATTK1U.EE, 1'roD.
C-inlr-n, N-h. )
Nov. 9th, W. f
To nil those who were interested in
After the close of n hom-st anil ter:i-
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to be eli cud, in the interest of Senator
Allen, and (lie Ptle's cause, which end-
ei only t the t.oll s do, we are i
met by deft lit, wkiich to us is honorable.
Bui in a District Inch Sheldon carrii d
hy 740 majority our defeat is not lion
orahle to all.
Aitswiring the tjnery, we can only
Ry ('apt. Fisher's election was not (his
sthle, hut for the presence in thhicity,
of those fusionis'.K who wero willing to
barter an United ft tales) Senator-ship for
the otlice of county Attorney, which
w,is not delivcitd.
Don't you know Gerlacb a 11S votes
in ( hadron would have lieeti 197, but
for the County Attorney-ship.
Ckr it be msihle. that the Precinct
which gave 1. O. Cooper but &7 vote
ait.iinst '.iil for Arthur M. B-irtlett for
Shenir, would honestly ffive 1. N. liur
haiij,'h, 0H5 against 217 lo.- V, IL Fain -in.
Fellow Democrats, nnd all Populists
outside of Dawes county, w hen Reynolds i
and Fisher rote for John Lw-wheal
Webster for Unite! S'ates Senator,
think of 213 votes in Cha Iron for Har
haugh for County Attorney.
But the cause of t!ie just will prevail.
From an honorable defeat, let us begin
a now battle for Right.
K D. Katti:ki.i:k,
''hairman Certr il Coinmitte .7!Jrd Rinre-
sentalive i Ustrct,
nvin' in t lie ofiicial re
port of the canvassing board,
com posed of county clerk
Bk'wett, W. II. Davis and
county attorney Guthrie for
W. A. Poynter, Gov.
M. L. I lay ward "
K. A. Gillx-ii.
(5. A. Murpliy
W. V. Porter Sec Stat
...e -err,j T
. 11. Jacl.'sn 4. Supt,
F. Sayl-.r " "
V. J. gmyt'iS. Atorny 100
V. WolfeR L
. P. Williams "
j. (rrecuo Con.
Otto Muh, vS. Henator 101.
W. II. Reynolds 107.
L. (7er!ac7f Keprubiit M
A. G. Fisher " 70
U UOIiell U. AITS' iS"
G. Guthrie " 14
E. liohwrforCo. CWrlW
J. Mettlen " "
Assessor Bowen Prect.
How To Find Out.
Fill a botile or common glass with
your wutet and lot It stand twenty-four
hours: a sediment or settling indicates an
unhealthy condition of the kidneys; if jt
stain your linen it is eviden ce of kidney
trouble; too frequent desire to jiass it or
pain in the buck is abo convincing proof
that the kidneys and bladder are out of
What TO Do.
There is comfort in Uio knowledge so
often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Hoot the grtat kidney remedy fulfills
every wish In curing rheumatism, pain
n the hack, kidneys, liver, bhufder and
evry part of the urinary passages. Jt
coritetH Inability to hold water and scal
ding pain la nuwriOR it, or bad effects fol
lowing use of lienor, wine or beer, anil
overcomes that unpleasant necessity of
being compelled to go often during the
day, Hnd to get up many times during
the night. The Mild and the exlraortl
nary elTei't of Swamp Root is soon rcu'ix
ed. It slunds the highest for its wondei
ful f-ure of the most distiessing cases.
If you need a medicine you sh"iltl leiv
the lx:st. At druggists lifly rents or oi.e
J.ast week- election shows one of two j
Clings. Either noma people are- loosing
.11 ; . . . - . . . . . . I
an nneresi in wir government, or hips' i
are entirely devoid of appreciating good
hone government and holiest servant , "' " K'Veri as som as the child be
in olfjee. It ha-) taken years f hard ; co"'es hoarse, or uvea after the croupy
work .and toil by cood men to oust i I4
rotOn, a gang us ever infested a sbttt-
ho ise, and if ever a- people had a riirht to
be gratified, our pjop'e had a righ' t h ,
f-ir no p irty hud er given any state
a more Iirill ant. nnmintrfl ion t inn tl-f
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lusion I rces fnvn Nebraska in toe law i
Tim state was put into the
loremost I itie states, unanciaiiv, uikj .
under ipr linary conilitions one would sup
pose tjiat tli) tax-payees would show
their appreciation of this by turning out
en triads on election day, and returo b;
a,arr mai,,rit-v ,han eVer lbe ',ar
which bad been ko true to their
A legislature was up for re-election to ;
finish jp the noble work lepnn two yeari j
a.jro. namely, of cleanin;,' up the ba lane .
of Republican rottenness and thiever';
ferpeti-ated ill the statfl while in office.
Senatdr William V, Allen too, the most
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.en....., ... toe,., an, up , r n, , ,
eit-t uori, anu ueserveu o Lie re-riei ten
for n4 sta'e ever Kent a more brilliant,
si-mitclr to Washington than be. Hi!
not oiily was an honor to his state but a
pillarlto the reublic and a strong one
at 1 hit.
But regardless of all this
s aajMiw iivtjjfir, me KiA-jjaiu peopitijta
I... I, l. I.. I ... t.
o Nebraska, stayed at home on electlot ;
day fil L-t the same, old rotten Kanff
bick In again. Oh what gratitude foil
services well performed,
RlKpt I""'e in Sioux county, fully
hnndiied voters stayed at home on elec
tion jny and defeated our own towns
m am Hon. Iy.vi.s Oerlach for the legis
latrfre, to which he so rightfully deserv
y to bs elected. No man but must say
that Hon. Iewis Gerlach was fully
cjuaiilied for the position and would
have boen an honor to Sioux county in
Lincoln had he been elected. Several of
our Representative citizens fougbt fot
two days in convention to secure lib
nomination, on the clsum that Sioux
county was entitled to the same. M?s
Oerlach, too, made an honorable cam
1rign over the district, spending both
timu and money to secure his election,
fi.i he felt himself in duty bound to- tne 1 nient and sample copies will be sent to
party that nomiimtcd him, and after air, iny one addressing;,
this exertion oil' hundred men in Sioux; : The Youth's Companion,
county do not think enough of their'J 1 Columbus Ave.. Boston, Mas.
citizenship to spend four or five houre
. ... . . .1. .. . . ... .....ii i h
in one u iy i go to me pons Tun-
vote for him as they would have done, "
had they oj)a to too polls. Thil ("a:
t-.ui ftate of ftjiturs an! the injustice don'
Mr. (Ierlach and his friends is HOiV'e'hjnjf
of which some of our citizens noad nut
feel proud. So long as people will take
the right of citizenship so lightly anu
prove so untrue to th miselves as they-
have done this year and in years past,
they must not grow l or complain of rot-
sen government, lor an olil saying is
that t'od helps but that helps himself,
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It does nut require an expert to delect'
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ttie sufferer from kidney trouble. Tl6
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Hollow ctieetts, tne minKeu eyes, tne iiaru
nti Ify circles under the eyes, the sallow'J
parsnip-colored complexion indicates it,
A physician would ask if you hadl
I phiiiini'iliut.i i lull I, run nn nnha in flu.
b.-Lclt or over thn bins. Ktomach trouble. 1
desire to urinate often, or a burning orl r,ni n j i .i .
, , j 'of It. 21 allowed Viythecourt as attorn-
sculdiiig in passing it: if after passintft , . , . . .
h 1 " , lew i said action, with interest on
there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it,' ., , r . . . ...
1 said amounts from date of said decree
must be at once repeated, or if tin urine ! . ,, rir, , ,
, , ' , at the rate of 10 pur cent per annum and
has a brick dust deposit or strong odor. , . . , ,. , ,
K .costs and accruing costs and adjudged
When these symptoms are present no ' , , , . ,- ..
, , , , lbe same to be a first hen on said prenu-
time should be lost in removing the . ... , . , , ..
ses. Said premises will be sold for the
cause, h . . , . ,
, -luirivose of satisfying said sums.
Delay m,iy bmd to gravle, catarrh of j THOMAS HOLLY, Sheriff
the bladder, inflammation, causing stop-
page and sometimes requiring the draw- '
ing of the urine with instruments, or
may run into Bright' Diseasu, the most
dangerous stage of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer'.i Swamp-Root, the great
discovery of the eminent kidney mid
bladder specialist, in a positive remedy
for such diseases. Its reputation is
world wide and it is so easy to get at
wuy ttrujg AKtio mat. no onu neeti stiller
any length of lime for want of it.
However, if you prefer to first test its
wonderful merits, mention Till! Sloi'X
COCNTY Jot' UN A l. and writij, to Dr. Kil
mer & Oo., Binghamton, N. Y, for a
sunide bottle ami book telling all about
it, both sent ah ilutely free by in ail,
Horse Ownerc! Try
MS tlifl I fit
A Sure Sign of Croup.
Hoarseness in a child that in subject to
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' ""I' l uie lnuicauou 01 lue approach i
j ol tlits disease. If Chamb-rl.un s Cough
rj i . ....
- """?" appeared. H will prevent
it will prevent the
j attack. Many mothers who haveeroupy
! children always keep this remedy at
hand and lind that it wives theru much
trouble and worry, it can always be
depended upon and is pit asaot to take
I'roia X vv Zealand.
New Zealand, Nov. 23. 1$$.
I am very pleased to sUte that since I
took the agency of Chamberlain's medi
eines the sale has teen very lare, more
itsoeciallv of theConiHi Jlwnodv. Tn dvn
y - 'ars I have sold more of this "particular
.emelv than of all oLher makes for the-
jrc.vious lve vears A, , ju tfI1(.acVi
j )ave bee itlurmel hv scorej) ftf '
of th 1,n , rMU,-.MV .,. lv.
ed from it, and know its value from the
use of it in my own household. It is
so pieasarit to lane llial we liave to mace
th(J ,)oUllJ bevoml , J(J Mt,, of
li. J. Seautlubury.
For sale by Dr. J. E. Phiuisey.
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'!l .1 : i ..- i .. t, .
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Little Demons of war," by Hon. John
D. Long; "Opportunities for Young Ex
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Boy with a voice," David Bisphani; "The
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Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of sale to me directed, issued
hy the Clerk of the District Court of
Sioux county, Nebraska, in an action
pending in said Court, wherein D. H.
Oriswold m plaintiff, and L. J. Simmons,
Grace Simmons and Rufus Coffin and
Company are defendants, 1 will on the
10th day of December, lliW, at 2 o'clock
i p. m., or sam oay at tne east, tioor oi
j the Court House, in Harrison, Nebraska,
j offer for sale at public sale the following
'i discribed real estate, to-wit: Lot 6 of
! Block !), of the Village of Harrison,
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iSionx countv, Jebraska, to satisfy a
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decree of foreclosure of a tax lien enter-
ed in said cause by our said Court at the
September A. D. IMS term thereof, to
wit: on the 19th day of September A. D.
wherein our said Court found due
to the said plaintiff, D. H. Oriswold the
(sum of S172.44 tocel.her with the sum
Slui iff s Salr.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
rf an order of sale to rue directed, issued
hy the Clerk of the District Court of
Sioiix county, Nebraska, in an action
pending in said court, wherein J. Y. Cas-
le is plaintiff,, and Metta L. Maine, Silas
Maine, (Jeot'ge W, Hester, and James
Q. Sargent, are defendants, I will on the
l!Uh day of December A. D. WIS, at 2
o'clock p. m., of said day at the east
door of the Court House, in Harrison
Nebraska, offer for sale at public sale
the following described real estate to
wit: Lots !!0 and 31 of Itlock 7, of the
Village of Harrison. Sioux county, Ne
braska, to satisfy a decree of foreclosure !'
of a tax lien entered in said cause by our
suid Court nt the regular Scplember
A. D. 1H!IS term thoreof to-wit; on the
Ittth day of Hepleniher A. ), ls;iH, here-1
ia our said Court found due to the said
plaintiff, J. Y, Castle the sum of !;!(l.ll.'i
j together with the stun of $2:1. (Ill allowed
by the Court as attorneys lees in said
Iftctioli with inU-rest, on said amounts
jjrntii date of said decree at. the rate of 10
nr.u r i
iiuiiis- hum ii
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.
And the Ranch Sunnlv
se will no!
on groceries k Provisions.
Come and ba convinced.
L. GERLACH, Prop.
B. E. BiiBvyfrr.n,
D. H. ORISWOLD, Caehier,
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
American Extoakok National Rank, New York,
Omaha Nation-at. Bank, Omaha,
FinsT National Baxk, Chadron.
Interest Paid on
OTDRAFTS SOLD ON
Thk Joijrn-ai. will publish your brnnrt, Ike
the following, for 12:00, per veur. Kiu hicl
dltioiml briintl 75 cents. .yery inrnier or
rant'lnnen In Floux and nitjohitni? rountles
should advertise their brands in Tub. Jour
nal its it circulates all over tlm state. It
limy Ihi the menus of saving money for you.
Vn AS'lf K1V Til
On Inft side ol cuttle Hint on left
jftvlM leftldi-r ol horses.
iUT"i Ibmce on Antelope creek
)., (iliiicliriHt, Hioui i:o., Neti.
On letl side or hip ol cul l p, )
tin It'l l, shoulder ol horses.
liiuiKO on the head ol Wnrbonnet
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Aililress lluri'lsmi, Monx t o. Nidi.
-lion 11 it o cuttle
l ittle CoUonwoi d.
I rnwtord S
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ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
We can make to
our measure a
Latest City Stylet
You can be a well-dressed man
if you know how. Write us lur
Samples and booklet "fiotvto
J.Mk Will, Dress Well, and
Larjc Fashion Plato Cnwl
and Samples rr'
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