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The Sioux County
HABBISOIT, 1TEBBASKA rTttTJT&SlDJLir, FEB. 16, 1899.
Our arotlo-NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT."--Hoiu William J. Bryan.
W. A. Foynter C.overoor
KdWard A. Gilbert Lieutenuut Ooveruoi
W. f, l-orfr ."ecretary of Btate
.John T. Cornell . Auditor
.J. It. Meserve Treasurer
". J. Smyth Attorney General
.J. V. Wolfe ..hand CoinnilsHlonci
W. It. Jackson Supt. Public Instruction
.John M. Tliurhton V. 8. Senator, Oumha
Will. V. Allen f. S. Senator, Madison
-J. II. .Strode, Congressman 1st li-t., Llucolu
Fhe Sioux County Journal.
Subscription Price, f.1.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF 8IOAIX COUNTY.
Goo. I). Canon, -
Kntercd at the llurrlson pot olllce an
tewoinl class matter.
I). II. Mercer,
. ShiiiuvI Mux nil,
W. L. Stark,
It. 1). Sutherland,
W. I.. (,rc n.
.J. J. Slllvau ( hlcf Justice, Columbus
T. 0. C. Harrison ..Ai'tc Judge, Grand. I-iiiud
T. L. Norval AtetocUte Jude, Howard
l. A. Campbell Clerk mid Reporter, Lincoln
FIKTKKNTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
M. I'. Klnkaid Judge, O'Neill
W. II. Wcslover " Kuslivillr
JJ. J. niewutt.., Clerk, Harrison
TKKMS OK COURT:
lilstricl Court, At Harrison, commences
..Spring term .May fcwt,
Kull ' Sept li.tH Jury I'.Mi.
County Court, At Harrlaun, commences
Mrxt Monday of em li month.
W. II. Reynold. StMiiititr IMst. No. M,C!utdron
Allen U. Usher 1'ist, No. "
I "Pi nil in f r . 2
i ne mciienry Resolution.
The slate legislators at Lincoln, an
still foobng their time away, doing little
business, neither have they elected a U.
Sec. Ouge, a meniliorof of tlie presid
ents cabinet, predicts an extra session of
I iT,n'frvK if tl.w reftee-:inl7r.hon nrmv 111 !
UO(l IlUt JUl.SM UUIIUI4 UJW JlCSeUU BCSmOO.
Hubert Wilson ( our.ty Judge
M.J. Illewelt.-. Cleik
Cluu. Hiehle Tre:inrei
KMe !crrlani ..Sunt
J. K. I'hlnney
A a.rt of the insane asylum at Yank
ton, S. Oak. was destroyed by fire on
last Sunday morning, sixteen of the in
mates lost their lives, and causing loss
utilic Instruction ! of property, to the extent of $ 18,000.
Coroner ' The Republican representatives, who
I 1 . . . ,.t
It K. Thomas Surveyor r mipuuwau w i.tm u rul"'u'
, ,,,.. Clerk of District Court j .nnisi,a. our aw .eK,n,atu.a ......
11. J.O'Connell County Attorney
BOAKI) or COM Mi-slON Lies:
Jens C. Menu (Chairman J... 1st DUirlet
nlaced themselves on record as beiut:
VI LLi. K OFKICKIW:
J. Y . WrlKht (ckatrman) Truntee
J. II. Bartcll "
J. K. Marttcllr "
y. Kouwer "
W. II. Oavla rl,-rl
Uwli Gtirlach Treavrer
F.ggert Kohwar - Director
J. II. Biirtfcd - Moderatw
Uli (iorlach Treasurer
ait ltCHKS ASD WHIKTIES.
Method lt undny HcIkkjI meeU every Suu
lay morning at 10;00
' W. II. DATI", MlBdB KTCLL,
Regular lulncwi meeting first Tuesday
evening in each month.
O. KliKMLt, I rtnldeut.
Derollonal mwjtluK every Sunday evening
at :. MM. KESlnLt, Leader.
Meet each Sandar afternoon at 2:30.
JEBRT RUSK POfT, No. .'., G. A. K.
Mt aecontt Monday In each month In
the court house at llarrlmn.
E. E. Llvcrmore, Com.
WOODMES OF THE WOULD.
Harrison Camp, Ho- IB, meets on each al
ternate Wednesday evening.
W.. Davis, D. II. Giswou,
Clerk. Con. Coin.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMEIIICA.
MeeU on 2nd and last Saturday evenlnn
eaeh month at 8 o'clock. J. W .Smith, V. U
J. II. BArri L Clerk.
in favor of the nefarious pass system by
iiideftnately postponing a resolution in
their legislative body on the tlth inst.
. BO YEARS'
.T Trade Marks
rtt COtRIOHT8 AC.
AaroM sssAnfl a ssetsb and Ossenptlen ny
sjnilf assaflaW oar optnlnn free whether sn
IsrsnUoa Is aroaably nsienlaWe. rrnnijinnirs.
UoasssfWtlf ennitll. llui1lHint n I'sfenu
swt fra. Osoast aweney for ,ans
tBronsn s.uen m t iww.
Im. whhnut disras. In the
Mr i lo
ilallms ft? aar setaatiile lenrnsl, Tareis. M
noaws, k bow or "j""1
As puishment to Ganoral Egan, for
assisting General Alger, Hec. of war.
Adt. General Corbin and others in their
nefarious conduct, during the war wilh
Spain, and ahusing bis supriour ofliter
Mj. General Miles, cotninandor of the
army and navy, of our glorious republic,
president SlcKinley has granted that sa
trap a vacation of aix years, with full
pay and at the expiration of that time
he is to be placed on the retired list.
Not much disgrace about that, ia there?
Thi manner in w hioh Represe ntative
Fisher runs over the people that critizise
him makes the Spaniards hhiver, every
time they hear of it. Cap. Fisher might
have had a crack at them if they had not
fcnrrendered too soon. Lincoln Evening
Yes, the hero of camp Thomas, made
such a grand stand play while at Chica-
mauga, routing the son of the illustrious
U. S. Grant, the Spanish forces in Cuba
naturally t&ought if Cap. Fisher was
ever permitted to land on Cunan soil
they would be completely anihilated.
The Mcllenry Resolution, w hich is supposed to declare the foreign
policy of the United Slates regarding the Philippine Islands, passed the U.
S. Senate Tuesday by a vote of 26 for, and 22 against.
FOLLOWIMJ IS THE RESOLUTION AS IT PASSED THE SENATE:
"That by the ratification of the treaty of peace with Spain it is not
intended to incorporate the Philippines into citizenship of the United
States, nor is it intended to permanently annex said islands as an integral
part of the territory of the United (States; but it is the inteotion of the
United States to establish on said islands a government suitable to the
wants and conditions of the inhabitant! of said islands, to prepare them for
local self-government, and in due tHre to make such disposition of said
islands as will best promote the interest of the citizens of the United States
and the inhabitants of said islands."
I Is He Dishonest Too?
5 State Auditor Cornell, Charged
With serious Offenses and
State Auditor Cornells reputation, as a public official is under a
cloud at present, caused by serious charges made by a-imuel Lichty, ex
deputy insurance clerk, who was only recently fired from that office.
Mr. Lichty, charges that state officials extort money from the states
insurance customers; nde on free railroad passes; Pullman sleeper passes;
accept franking privileges from telegraph and telephone companies, besides
the additional charge of incompetency in office &c. &c.
Thus, in this instance, like others only recently, by republican state
officials two years ago, "Public office1' is not a public trust" with them.
If the charges prove to be true, uditor Cornell should be summariy
fired from office, besides he should bcVosecuted by the authorities. On
the other hand if unfounded Mr. Lichty j'lould be prosecuted for malicious
libel, and teach him a lessson that wouU be a warning to others, who may
O have no other way of displaying their Hjnte toward their superiors in office.
Kj'UKM ir'.RESS ASSOCIATION
The grat unwashed g. o, ps, of Dawes
couutv are resolvinir themselves into
meetings at Chadron, and passing resol
tions &c &c then dispatching them to
Hon. A. O. Fisher, requesting him to re
frain from supporting a man for U. S,
senator down at Lincoln, who has a pri
vate barrel of his own, and give his sup
port to a man whom every body knows
is owned soul and body by the B. & M
Railroad company. Some of the g. o. ps
thought the Journal made a great fuss
and bowl over Mr. Fisher's election, but
wd are not in it with those who are re
sponsible for his election. They are
doubtless very tired, but should take
A bill introduced in the state legisla
ture, to create a new judicial district
was killed in the upper house of that body
last Friday, or, in other words it was in
deflnately postponed, which1 of course
means the same thing. If a similar bill
introduced in the lower house by repre
sentative Fisher, meets' the same fate
in that august body, it will be a fv
vor confered on, at least two thirds of
the people of north-west Nebraska and
by them will be highly appreciated we
believe. We have heard it on good au
thority that the doughty Capt Fisher, is
already aspiring for judicicial honors
in this district next fall. If true, he can
and ought to be willing to take his chanc
es with the other candidates who may
ask for the sufferage of the voter at the
polls next fall instead of carving out, by
legislative enactment a judicial district
for which, north west Nebraska h
about as much uie for as a wag in would
The Joi'hsal will publinh your brand, like
the following, for 2 :00, per year. Each ad
ditional brand 75 cents. JCvery larmer or
ranchmen in Sioux and adjoining counties
should advertise their brands in TueJodb
sal as it circulates all over the state. It
may be the means of saving money for you.
fe On left side of cattle and on left
Range on Antelope creek
P. O., Gtulchrist, Sioux Co., 'eb.
On left side or hip of cattle, I
On left shoulder of horses, j
lliange on the head ol Warbon&et
Address Harrison, Sionx Co. Neb.
S. W. CAREY.
On left shoulder of eattle and
ItanKeon Little Cottonwood.
i"0. ., Crawford Nebr.
ADVERTISE.YOUR STOCK BRAND
J. C. L. K All LAND.
The brand reprscnted in this not)
and branded any where on left side
of horses and
AI the L I. brand any where on
left side of cattle belongs to the
J. C. L, IUOLASD,
JERRY 4 HENRY WILL.
We have 137 cattle branded S any where
on right side which we expect to put enr
own brand on soon as possible.
yJ The brand herewith represented ia
tAil this notice und branded any where
y&Al on right side of Cattle belongs to the
f m SO nn.rulvnpH
J easy & Henrt Will,
The brand represented in this notice
and branded any where on left side
of cattle, and over-lup :ut from the
Also the same brand on left thigh of
horses, belongs to the undersigned.
Range near East Springs, south part fo
Sioux county. Chaki.es Newman,
THE SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL.
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Harrison, Nebraska. :
D. K. 0RI8W0LD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000. ;
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Transacts a General Banking Business,
The Reform Press Association, has been reorganized under the new
name of the Country Publishers Co., and articles of incorporation were
filed in the office of Secretary of State last Saturday. The incorporators
are: Samuel Roes of the Roes printing company, Omaha, James C. Dahl
man, O. M. Hitchcock, proprietor of the World-Herald. Omaha; Thomas S.
Allen, Lincoln; Genl. P. H. Barry, Thomas J. Nolan, Omaha; R. E. Lee,
Ilardman, J. A. Edgerton and Warwick Saunders, Omaha.
Following are the names of some of the most prominient men in the
Reform forces of this State who are stockholders in the new Association,
which will insure its undoubted success:
Governor Poynter, Ex-Governor Holcomb,
Ast. Atny. Genl Oldham 8ec. of State, Porter,
A. F. Johnson,
C. Q. Defrance,
E- II. Lukart,
Genl. P. 11. Barry.
F. L. Mary,
J. M, Thompson,
J. H. Edmisten, .
J. F. Ooad,
D. Clem. Deaver.
John G. Maher.
OUR CLUBBING LIST.
g The Sioux County Journal, and
g Journal of Agriculture, (St. Louis, Mo.), - - $1.75
J The Sioux County Journal, and
Twick-A-Week (Omaha,) World-Herald, -
8 The Sioux County Journal,8 and
0 Thkioe-A-Week (N. Y.) World, ----- 1.75
The Sioux County Journal, and
Silver Knight Watchman, (Washington, D. C.,) - 1.75
Women should know It.
Many women suffucr untold agony
and misery because the nature of their
disease ia not correctly understood.
They have been led to lieheve that womb
trouble or female weakness of some sort
is responsible for the many ills that be
"j Neuraligia, nerveousness, headache,
p'ujTy or dark circles under the eyes,
rheumatism, adragging pain ordull ache
in the back, weakness or bearing-down
sensation, profuse or scanty supply of
urine with strong odor frequnt desire to
pans it with scalding or burning sensa
tion, sediment in it after standing in hot
tie or common glass for twenty-four
hours Are signs of kidney and bladder
The above symptoms are often attrib
uted by the patient herself or by her
physician to feuiale wcukuetw or womb
Hence so many fail to obtain relief be
cause they are treating, not the disease
itself, but a reflection of the primary
cause which is kidney trouble.
In fact women as well as men are
made miserable with kidney and bladder
trouble and both need the same reme
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is the great
discovery of the eminent kidney and
bladder specialist and is easy to get at
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To prove its wonderful merits you may
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tt Journal and sond your address to
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
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