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The Sioux County Journal.
SISOIsr, IsTEBSKZA, THURSDAY, IDEC. 8, 1898.
Cur aotHH-"NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGKT."--Iion. William J. Bryan.
The Sioux County Journal.
Subscription Price, $1.00
OFFICIAL fAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Hfo. I), fatiou.
- Kill (or.
Kiitr-red Ht 1 1 ib NtirrtBon Jicwt otHce as
wcjud cimu mutter.
i - r I i-t
Tht! flnaticiii (jutKlinn was tombed tij
on very lightly in tha presidents muss-
President McKiiihy m.l not outline any j
foreign policy in Lis i.ie-s ite regarding .
the Philippine rpi(wn.n.
OonL'rvv.man oiisins of Iowa has come
to the front with a bill to mak's the gold j
dlar the st.iiu'.iiril of value.
Kverybody siioii d r.-d ti e presidentc
tnesxiii,'", winch w.is deb v,; to bub
"louses of toOL'ivs" on Men lay noun.
Wher tint ciiiiip:ign win fomtht out
nlong t he lines of tb Chicago p! it form,
ji. was there wh'-r-i the democrat. ma le
The Presid Mit in bis mesoae to onn
gres rvcom mends that the standing
nrmy of the UnitS fitiitk-r. be inrtaited
to 100, 000.
Preesident. M.'Kiiilev declares in fei
mesacre. that Cuba, must 1 sisMsted to
jwrmenant, self-g jwnitnent , which is
right and projxir.
Oov. Tinner of Illinois, has Wn indi
cted by the Panaii crand jury for mwla
fosance in olHco nnd also for failing to do
his duty, reitiva to ih miners strike in
that city a month turn.
"Coin" Harvey of tiicago, is now en-pagr-d
in lecturing in the princifl cities
throughout the Union and collecting
funds to be us:d in carrying on the free
Bilver campaign of 15)00.
C'ongress'imn tiulz'.r of N"w York, lm
roediately afler the convening of congress
introduced n resolution to investigate the
conduct of tho war department by that
Cmrietroler of tin national currency
nd linking kv'io conies out boldly
Hgninst tho McCleirv linancn bill, declar
ing it would be giving the national banks
loo much power against tho snmlbr
onos of the country.
According to President McKinley's
4nesngo to congress he d.ws not intend
jnustering out. the U. R. Volunteers tin
1ilcon?res fchall make provision to in.
crease the standing army and authorize
liim to enlist regulars to talto the place
cf the volunteers.
See. Gage, true to the courage of bis
irold standard convictions, recommend
1h pnssage of tl McCleary finance bill
in his report to congress. Thus it will
lie readily wen the gold standard people
re becominir, quite arrogant, and mean
to have just whnfc they wnnt regardless
of a majority of the people of the courr
In 1800 the republican party wan the
mmancipatorHof 4,000,000 xlavs; today
they are in favor of imperialism, and will
no dosbt legislate In favor of making a
vassal Stat outof t!io Thilipnine islands
which are now ab iut to come in'.ooti'
possession by conquest1 Oh! how art the
mighty fallen '
The KMncjr Cmilexlon.
Th pal sallow, sunken cheeked, dis-tres-sed-lookiiig
people you so often meet
mm afflicted with "Kidney complexion. "
Thoir Kidneys are turrnni? to a. parsnip
color. 8o is their complexion.
Thy may aIo have indieestion, or'
ulTr from sleeplessness, rheumatism,
neuralgia, brain trouble, nervous ex
U. ...linn anri uimAt.irneM the heart acU
Tht cautf i weak, unhealthy
Uiuallv th sufforer from kidney dii-
does not ilnd out what the trouble,
is until it is almost to bte, because th i
i a .a M mn lit, mllfl uift'tiorji.
IhM ther do not think they need a mull
u d'iclor uttil Uny linJ Hjism-
5 VVwrzy-wic- Tic-".
selves sick an ld.
IV. Kilmer' t. Swamp-root will build up
Mild strengthen their weak and diseased
kidneys, purify their diseased, kidny
polsoned blood, clear their complexion
and soon they will enjoy better health.
You can get the reirulnr sixes at the
dm;; (store, ut fifty routs sind one dollar
or you may first prove f.ir yourself the
wonderful virtues of thi-t g:e .t discovery
Swamp-root by hendi'jg your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamtori, N. Y.
for a sample bottle and a book that tells
all aliout it, liolii SHut to you nlsjolutely
free by mail. When writing kindly
mention tlmt vnu read thin liberal oiler
in the Slocx Cocxtt Jouunal.
ALOXi: AT CIIHISTMAS.
If in this age of organizations innum-
rable there is room for one more, it is
for. an organization which woull bring
together, especially on Christmas, thorn
who ure alone in the world, particularly
women who are alone. I do not think
that ninny of us who have our ki.) closest
to us on ( I ristu as Day stop to realize
whit our feoliius wou d be if they were
I not with It is so hard to imagine
i ourselves in a position ollwr than tli one
i we are in. And yet that position might
easily hi ofv-r tlim it Ls With m.inv
j that portion i otherwise tliau God h8
":'de own: a fai t we are all apt to
""- e r.;n-ii.tvr som- pfior I irony
at Christmas, but at bust it is a family,
it is together. The one is company for
the other, even in poverty. We reu.emb-
er t),.. S, k, Go 1 blesses those who do
Hut I wish some of us might cast a look
around and give a thought to tit se who
are not sii'k. w ho are not pei h.i s poor as
the world juik't-a; yet who are alon.
Some girl, ret haps, n one: some woman
alone: some young man: some old man:
alitne! Aon 'a Chrstmas! Edward Bolt
in the Decemlier LraK8 HoMS Jocns.O.,
, ( Our Monoy.
r?" Parties wlio are in
arrears on pubf-cripliort to the
JorraAL for one and two
years are requested to nettle
by January lt next. It
costs u.s money to run the.
paper and we feel the price
of one yean? fmbscription
1.00, is not inucli to pay for
the Journal and it will very
materialy assist in making
tlie itiiper better for the next
year. Ve hope to make some
iniprovementn in the ma
chinery of the ofiiee tlie com
ing year and we will need
what in due h to do bo. "We
have over 500, on our books
and we must have them bal
anced up by the end of the
year. Gko. I). Can-ox.
Editor and Propietor.
Do not longer be !eied by wtibirarded lies.
Rani) tho truth. It will psy you duKandt.
HUNK OR STARVE
THAT IS THE ALTERNATIVE.
TO-DAY th I montnt yon ar being robhM of
What yrm mih. How much I Hut I am tnan ii.w
fMr. lM jou knuw bow I Do jrou know wbj I Kwd
Formerly NEW OCCASIONS.
ReforalbpuiBe.. I Cm Dollar a Year
taOMWWM. ( N CWIU MMMMT.
m I B. O. fbiw, Frmndar of th imt.
mmTvmml tTrfh (V. Af, U. N.w IkmUU.
Vrtr Tias U lb. focrlrM mtroettm of tti. InriATm and
Ipbbmii, M.Jorlti Haw, BittMitine UonrninMS,
uwrtarir turorm ana nifum m HKicai uviuir.,
ism JkMfMlrMta mf hrWUntt wrltort wmhm
weiil nmrnlmrlm rmmtrlkmlm
I f Mlffftf ST.
Prof. Frmnk Psraoas.
lUnrr I. Uojrd.
Prof. rtlrh.M T. Eljr.
Ilrlrt N. C'Mon.
franco K. WIILrd.
Pna. 0orc. A. Uslas,
Mary A. Llv.rmora,
Abhjr Morton Dlu.
John P. AKfl4
IS t. Mat smh ut n
i HamllB 0rUt
Jwiloi Wslur Clark.
Cofon V. Ma.
Oor. U. S PtaTM.
tin nt ton am min m4 rauioxar
ISSS SB Sags, prl
Cfcsfcs I. Ear I Ctrtftisi
M PMCk Atmm CNKAOO,
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Some Plain Facts.
Grave errors, injustice, wrongs of
greater or less degree, arise from lack
of knowledge of the truth, and n:ore
frequently from deception.
The most infamous cane cn record
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, cr court of justice that is
capable of reconciling the effort with
the constitutional laws that govern
the issue of money ia this country.
The people have been deceived,
officials in power, chosen to adminis
ter justice under the laws, have
ignored their sworn duty, a-ud given
aid to the scheme that lias paralyzed
industry, reduced property values
one-half, and bewared mi'iions.
There is no authority of law, either
specific cr by inference, by which
gold alone is rcade the only money
with which to discharge debts, either
public cr private. The effort to
make it so is unconstitutional and a
I'iatn an'i ample information, facts,
:.l truth, concerning this almost suc
cessful scheme to comer the wealth
of the people, is new being printed
n the Cincinnati Enquirer, a news
paper which the combined power of
.noney has failed to muzzle or buy.
The Wce!:ly Enquirer is only 75c.
a ye.tr. The address is f
Lmr.nrcr Company, Cincinnati, 0.
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vals with pains
in the head,
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But they need
These pains are symptoms of
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can be corrected. The Ulen
gtrnal function should operate
makes menstruation painless,
and regular. It puts the deli
cate menstrual organs in condi
tion to do their work properly.
And that stops oil this pain.
Why will any woman suffer
month after month when Wine
of Car.lui will relieve her? It
costs Jt.oo at the drug store.
Why don't you get a bottle
For advice, In cases requiring
special directions, address, rIv
iuij symptoms, "The Ladies'
Advisory Department," The
Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
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Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of salo to me directed, issued
by' tha Clark of the District Court of
Sioux county, Nebraska, in an action
tending in said Court, wherein D. II.
Oriswold is plaintiff, and L, J. Simmons,
Grace Simmons and Iiufus CoffiB and
Company are 'defendants, I will on the
10th day of December, 1838, at 2 o'clock
p. m., of said (lay at the east door of
tlie Court House, in Harrison, Nebraska,
offer for safe at public sala the following
uiacribed real estate, to-wit: Lot 6 of
Clock 9, of the Village of Harrison,
Siotix county, Nebraska, to satisfy a
decree of foreclosure of a tax lien enter
ed in said cause by our said Court at the
September A. D. 1898 term thereof, to
wit: on the 19lli day of September A. D.
1893, wherein our said Court found due
to the said plaintiff, D. 11. Griswold the
sum of $172.41 together with tho sum
of 17.21 allowed by the court as attorn
eys fees in said action, with interest on
said amounts from date of said decret
at the rate of 10 per cent per annum and
costs and accruing costs and adjudged
the same to be a first lien on said premi
ses. Said premises will be sold for the
purpose of satisfying said sums.
THOMAS HOLLY, Sheriff
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of sale to me directed, issued
by the Cleric of the District Court of
Sioux county, Nebraska, in an nction
pending in snid court, wherein J. Y. Cas
tle is plaintiff, and Mutta L. Maine, Silas
It. Maine, George W, Hester, and James
O. Sargent, are defendants, I will on the
19th day ot December A. D. 1893. 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
tlie following described real estate to
wit: Lots 20 and 21 of Block 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 i
said Court at the regular September
A. D. 4898 term thereof to-wit: on the
19th day of ftaptemher A. D. 1898,,where
in our said Court found dne to the said
plaintiff, J. Y. Castle the sum of &2:i(l,05
together with tlie sum of 23.09 allowed
by the Court as attorneys fees in said
action with interest on said amounts
from date of Raid decree at the rate of 10
per cent per annum and costs and accru
ing costs, and niljudued the same to be a
first lien on said promises. S:iid premis
es will be sold for the purpose of satisfy
ing said sums.
THOMAS HOLLY, Sheriff.
.ne-..hi nmcl.r.. Twit.
Th. wont forw. pwl-
nnd. at ntir
"HI'-.. Timiln. OnnMloa Blink and
Jfcafn.UIlM writ. DR. wian laimuit.
The Eev. Irl It.
R0H. Blk b.tttls. Me,
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
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.
ise wigs n
Come and be convinced-
L. GERLACH, Prop.
COMMERCIAL . BANK.
D. H. GRISWOLD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Ajdjricajj Exchange National Bank, New York,
Om.uia National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bakk, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
CyDEAiTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
Trb Joi.tixai.wI11 publish yonr brand, Ike
the following, for 12 :00, per year. Each ad
ditional brand 75 cents. levery tanner or
ranchmen in Sioux and adjoining counties
should advertise thou- brands 1n The Jock
nal as it circulates nil over tho tate. It
may be tho means of saving money for you.
On left side of cattle and on left
sltoti liter ot horses.
Itnnjre on Antolopo creek
., Clnielinst, S'.oui Co., Neb.
On lett side or hip of cuttle, j
On loft shonlder of hfirses. I
Range on tho head ot Warhoniiet
Address Harrison, flotix Co. Neb.
H. W. CARRY.
On left shoulder of cattlo
IsOtKiuiKitnn Little Cottonwcod.
, Crawford Nehr.
J. C. I.. RA(ibAKI),
Thohrand rrpiHontt'd In this rotlce
and branded any whore on left side
of horses and
Alwi tho I, T. limtvt any whnre on
left nldo ofciitllo belong to the
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