The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, March 16, 1899, Image 1

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JEIA.ISOjT, IsT33r.SIC7 rX1E3ITJSIDA.ir5 MCIK. 16, 18S9.
dnr Motto-'' NO QUESTION IS VEH SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT."--!!'"'. William J. liryau.
DTO. 34.
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COUNTY
'Eree Hemes For All in Ths ! Ths Sioux County Journal
Grandest Climate on
Earth.
(nsrAr:usiii:i) 1SS8.
FuWription Fiice, f 1.00
111" vntiui i
c; for him I
IK You Want a Town lt In I'alw
Springs, falifnniiii! In.i "an
Secutp it in Kilt- -Mill
uics Work.
Kvory person uiniscniNtlii' it.ui ri live
t-e..prtiib!c. IllX'lllK' ot " (.'.'litlivni n
to "SlfKNHISI.." I'j'l'l Sirili!f-, fill.. (whcrf
themin shine X il.iv- hi year? will re.
reive a TOWN LOT iioIuti-ly tree. Tin
render will no rtoui.t voicl-i' bow ii iwh -! -
jj-rran alTonl to trive unny toJ lots. '"I
enlighten you, we wili MK-ri-i v state lint tin-
owner of a .T section of Intel in met j
Mirrouwlliig Pulai fiiriom loi - taVen thi
novel method of bno.ii!n t lie town, I.eUcv
inif thrit ly '.nter'-it ii j oiler ti:i
throiiijliont tin iniiil iv. vii'l ir:i--i.Mily
bullion up hi town on tin' i-u npin riilivr ;
ayslein.hr will inoi'i' Ih ui doubl
f the town lot whl.-li tie i' '""'
wlf. !
Is iucill"i ti li iv Hi '' l'.'" " "" lii-1 :
Imi'l itleinl ' t"i mkf r.iloi N'nn::i ni' ol J
th nrf.iti"-! lu-iiliii ri--.irl In l!n' woi'W.i
Tin1 rliiiritli mi ililin i- :i'i'l i-riu -iti ru'iiiil- j
lni; Ul iu;i,.i' i lil ''''i. i i 'nl i 1 ivi-'.
Thi1 ifilK h im- hi--i pl.M-.-i! v, it i i ;ii' ''!"
phinc'' (IU lii-M Hrl'oiK t.i .h : n:,i.t" lh'in
m!v In ;! tliii- roii-; Hi it ': n bv ym
Hhiiillil ! lll lli nhil In Mli'it llili-llli ul j
l0li". J
Tin- " I'VMliM " " i!l li- pl' li-1-- to -n-li'l !
Ii-h t-ijiHxr p i'ii pi .!! . k: 1ii!C . I 'i!l ilin-rili- j
lion nf 1'iil-n Sirinr. of in !n:'il rt'-iW" j
und ?!nrlo-!V rll-.n-ili-. i
We vll! ui-io Lf:i' l':!l onrilui- of hl-t wh-it
llio OVUOT of liH-'I .ri'io-i Id .!o. '! li-
n-. I ii-.ii.-o? tin- i-v-iiim:'' iU i-l-o i
lulu ii r 1 1 ! 1 -I- -. rlnl lo:i of l':.l'-i ' ir t.i,-. (mil j
jnin-h ot!)i r ll lint inl ii'i:i..I Hill, il- Wi-llu.
Iiiiinv inlrri'-tiii'j Hti-i ii'.
l hPlii-vir Hi-.t il rich rn-r-nil who our a
tol. in i'i-.ln. Sj.i ni'f-i i k.'il p.i-.'.i 'l IhroiiKli
IIip colllIIIIM of tin- -t'.voilM." of tin-
OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
(.to. P. Canon, - - r.!itor.
M-unii i-luHei Mutter.
Jlrs. ('(inlull.-i 1'oiroir, of St. S "lm!:isli-
(II-, lmrln-l-, v.llrj v.;,s llii':-"il last l'ri-
l.iV for tho iniifili-r of lid- luilmtij sntir
and oliiyiii) li'rr own (!t-atli v-rvii-", iiml
w cMit to tli -rrillowM without, liltl-' fcur
or tr'Tiitilim: vs hili; linr pai-mnonr ,-ns !-
I ii-'i- .v;h-i., after a pioi-t htormy dehate
fi.iiourii';.! iue ilio witiiout txlV u
L'. S. h-ii:ttor.
lu f-ily to tii'i r'-peaUril Uppulilii aii
jssci t;"0 tint t he 1 -ctmx'i-utic p-irty in
I'-.t i, vdiiih oiikoown JJii-Uory Ii'inii:r:it
rct inl r vc . tlm coridil inns miilMr
v. Imrri, Hii'l Ilia tiniB wlien iA-inoi-rucy
must itfiul witli fright niicii Hie drop : wiil il.:
Ml, which ushered tli.'iu botli into etr- j Wlwa the lion cut,H Kins lil-;in ox,
t!m (isliworiii swuliows tiie wh'iltj;
When Mia tfrrupiiis kni', woilcn s')cls,
Anil '!: harB is out-run hy tin- snuil;
'hrfs1 i'p"its w;i!ks upright hlf imui,
Ar.'l uoo.ilt! trtVel IVo-Js;
Viii-ii I 'n- yr i sh ipjc fi.ivis on thu lien,
AnJ ' Miliars ai-n found on lios;
m far-- rf
i
1 ,i- i-v t s
t'diircs.-iiian, William
L. (JrriMi who rt'iircsi'nti-d
this hi'.bixth district, died
of li ;irt di.-st-a hi- in Omalia
last S;t1.iifday at 7 n'l-lo.-k,
wliilf on his way to the
I'.urliii'rto'.i depot, to take
the train IVr his home in
Keani' y.
In tlio dij:i.th of i.i'i--r ;: sinan (!r-cn, it i
devolves upon tins ( Juvnrnor it- is !i--!
i rttion.i.i v hoWtf-.ur, under ireftiiiii (r.r-
eumst.'inci-s t i nivl -r 11 spi-eiul election
in fh dist .-ii t lor lie; el-i-t ion of u ::-1
c-'-ssor l) l!ie lieivn-.'d repre.sent.'itivc j
l-'ollawin thu law rc..udiiiL,' tlio oal
lin, of n sni'i.ial elt'clion.
"At t!. derith of :i represent nt i c of j
a slato to eonres me. l iiiko n. n.'s
eoiKtiliitiori pr.ivid-s' in s-o'-tion six
article, one, ;is foihuvs: '"Wlieii vni-un-j
cies happen in the r.-piv-cntution in :iny
stale the executive untuurity theseol '.
shall isi.- writs of liftion to fiU such l
vricnncies.-' j
"When a viieam-y occuri-s in the ollii.e.
of represeiitnt.ive in coiieives or riieru
hers of the e);islal are and the hody Ul
which such v.o-ancy 'XwtH will convene
prior to thy next -em-ial eiccli m. ti e
governor sh i!l order a speei;-. 1 eh cie'ii 1 ,)
fill such vacancy at thu earln-sl prnctic.t
hle tiiiic, on ten days' noticu of hiu-h
election hhail lie j;iVe.i."
OUR CLUBBING LIST-
The Siovx Cut nty Journal and Jci KSAi- of AomctXTcnE 1 Year, - $1,73
ii ii " " Twick-A-week Wokld-Herald " - 1.70
i .. ' " " 'J'liUU'iJ-A-WFKK-WOKI.D, (X. Y.) " - 1.70
" ' " KlUT.nKXI'iHTWATCIIMN'fD. C.) " - 1.75
ii u " " " CtsnNXATi Welkj.y Enquirer, " - 1-55
Wii' r) Thoiu.is cats sn im iti the air,
A of ni-ph-iiiLs roosts upon irees:
Wiif.: insects in summer jru rum,
And (stiutr never inakess people snee,;;
V.'hfo tih i-r'i ovi-f dry land,
An I inuies on velocipedes rides:
Wiie.n fi.Xes lay vi;s in the .sind,
Alii' woiueri in dress take no pride;
Vi'Ik-b dutc'omen no lontri r drirk l.er,
Anu -irU nit to prwtcliin on time;
VVle-ii the hilly ejoat butt from the rear,
A ul t.ii is'.m no longer is crime;
Wirou the l'i i iii mins h:rd brays like an ass,
Ao i hinlx iver smelh; like cologne;
Wi-.eii plow shares are made out of lass,
Ami hearts of lllmuir-aiis are stmie;
vVi-.t o s, ,se jros in it publican head-i,
A'j v.'ool on the hydraulic rain;
Tin. ii i ho Democratic party will be dead,
And this country not wortli a d a.
sJIA'K IiltANDS.
TiiK Journal will publish your brawl, like
the following, for p-T voi'.r. KacM ml-
ilitionti! bran.l T5 cciits. JBvery r armor or
ru-.icliaien la Sioux aii'l iiiljoiuin? eoimtics
suoulil udvi-i-ti-e U.-ir bruiids in TiieJoI'H-
NAL us it cirtsulnte all over the .stale. It
may lie Uio inouus of suving money Jo you.
4 ltanse
v FItANK NUTTO.
On left side of oatlle iind on left
uliuiil'ler ol Ijoi-hi'k.
on Anteiopo cn"ik
CHAltLK-J UMi'HKNOl'E-
ra Tin. Kr-iinl i-etiri'ii t.t'.d in thin Tiot.ieA
'
SlV.i al Ijruiideu any wliere on leftsiuu
of horses and
1st? fr t fl uranu ajay wuei-u ou
rMSW h'ft tide of cuttle belong to tua
aj3um. r,igued.
1'. O., liliiitlinst, Sioux Co., Neb.
I-Ct US
pro-' taii,h- an
'. im fear
t us simply try
mil ! I IK-' I I u
T:
to do tlio right.")
I. To r-lit anno
man who means too
lido riu'ht fun he as fearless as the man
ill naturally ns.i-t n- l'i bulliiltu' u
that ulll rival J.o Vurelet in and nur
jihbs II iii other fi-itur--.
. Therefore the only eondrt'on of tills
jioiiliim Is Unit eie ii j.etvun to whom we
ive or,e of lile-C lot- slmil send us i.'.i, in
iiHvnient ol one vein's Hnli-.eniir.oii to "si s.
M-ISK." T'm pupcr is v.oiili filiy tie-a ant ; V, ,11S jone tiht. Us. Myron V.Q
ilskeil, and e.u h and every -nl.-ci ihi r -hall . Q J
receive promptly, upon ree 'lit of 10" or lnr j -Uee(l
Hiilisi-i-isilion. a wiii i-iinty deed ol a (own lot . I-yi-vfvO-0O
In l'llllil SnrlliK". ' alllol nia, i'.'.l taii-s paid j
.iin i.i Miivum-. Tie- Or-an tru
If fnrtiii-r iuiomii.tion t!eiif. it w HI Ik- j Y,,tu city with a capitalization -0,
vlieoflliiy fnrr.Wie I "poll npllfnlioil bv 11 ul j
Aiilre.( nil eoniiiiunii-"'!'iM to .r N j , ,
MIISr;"('., I'.llm sprlliK-i, Uner-I'le Uiuii-
y, California.
-O0'0-O4CrvS
st has formed in
'lja:n!)frlHias l'ouU Kemedy.
This reno-ly is intended e"i.-cia!ly for
-oiiRiis, colds, enmp. whoopm cou-h
or infltieio'.a. It has ln-come famous fur
its cures of these diseas-s. over a lar;.'e
partof tlr.- uvihi-d wor! I. The rn'ist
tUttrin testiuionials hae h n n"eive, (
el. I'iviiiLT accounts uf i's pi-.il works: of i
the iiu'trrat-atin- and pes,'..!it, ciu.-h.
it has tired: of severe cold- licit have
The Utah legislature has adj-iurntd s.n;i
,!m without tltctinj? a senator to succed
lion. Frank J. Cannon, whose term cx-
' jii t.l the Hii 01 mis uioiiiii.
I Straws usually indicate, which way the
1 wind blows, thus it can h easily wen
ithat I'ol. W. J. Hrynn, will itho.iL
! doubt iw t!ie 1 'euiocratu: iiutnineo for
lent, ill l'.l'l!'l.
has
(iomez. the old I'uhaii war-(i-neni
i l I ,,f I, i a
Yielded pr-oniptlv to its sooiu.u- ell-cl. , oeeu nop. ,- - -
i i .. . . I j of coon l.o ili.i i ii inns for what tliev call
fllHI Oi to" oanu-i "us ,in - I ' p''
it has cured, often Savuiu' tiie id
the child. The extensive ' f. 11
ivhooiiinc eyuiL'li has shov. u licit, it
thatflivrasM of all daiip-rour coos- pn-n-
. It is ps.eciaily prie l bv r.io.liei
ol
f. r
d.-rilict ion m his duty tjeeauso lie m-trpi,-
I ed the r;:,i!hr),000 from the. United States
'"N ...
w itiiiiiil authority irom ins rounueuu,.
loi-lhir i-liildren as it never tails to el-
fect a spwd cure, and becuos,.! they
have found that, thern is not the least
danRer in Kivim; it. even to b-t'. ie-t as il
contains nothing in.jo.rous. Sold hy l'r.
J. E. l'hinney.
Ilui-iiiir.I. iliuary and February, there
were no less than -I'! tnr-ts loruied in
the l.'nrt-.-il f'l.'ites. with a c-tpi;.i...ttj.in
arieatin- ? 1 ,1 ( ii-., iO. f 10 1 ). Tli- trills
roiiuiii-' Willi Kiicli rap. d r.-.-r.-s mi two
niiii, tl.s. what wiil li." t lo i.: ! -'.i'.t i'--
los.. ! the we.lltn lii'i ul il.lli ' .lav, i.I
tlmso I liit'.ri! KUIWf H luc.slis
tliilii iJ'J.ootl.h'rt.D'IO or mr than turee
tunes I lie circuial in,,' filed, urn of the
United States. What a concentration
of wealth, and what t-eiitr-.tliAition of
power?
A profew.r in tin state University of
Missouri, litt.o over thr. e liiontbs n'O
mad ! tla; start uu;: si ilem-nt that l.dhO
men owneu o:U"llll!l l.!,.J W'm-'"
of the weslth of tins country. Hut,!
what wiil the result lie at thu end of tics'
present admini .ti'iilinu, if the format.oi.
of trusts, and combines continue to in
crease tlurinjr the next two years as they
have in the prist two only just nosed.
What will the r-t:d be? Ho the people
realize what is tak'uitf pi today? The
people have sown the wind and they are
to reapiiof the whirlwind. The gol
den calf, w Inch 1 he people have set up
to worship must and shall he broken in
pieces, but, it. will he dune by the people
under tlio iruidance of Him, who rules
the des! mies of nations and the lives of
men. The people oulil to study the
siffnos of the times and the public: pies
tions that they will be called upon to
decide in 1000.
Filllo-.vins: are a lew o! the trusts re-con-,'
lornied, fliowiu that the (rust
u. anii is rampant throujrbotit the ood.i
try, ni tiiis year of our Lord A. ). Isti.l:
C o'jrp-rv t'upitiU Mack.
Am. t.-riui i-iiiiipiui.v :r,MM,M
) .i'm'i r I o np.ui.v- i0,iii-,'l''0
" i I r- Cornpriiiy - i,s;i),0im
H.-.l.f ( i..i,'i.i:ite. I.iieited 7,n,ic,iiChi
"ss '-I i c.-i,..,! h-eic-al l.'onipiuiv 2.-.,lll,'KK)
more! Ni-vS. , cuel imh-y t.'oi..o4'iv 30,i.fmo
i.'iiiini l'.'i2 Pi.oer i -oinpany 'ji.imti.iinu
( JlAl'.i.KS I'.IKIII.K.
On let t s'de or liiu of ru tt.le, )
!r!T5m cm lei t fhoulder oi )ioi-.scs. )
on t!ie head ol vvarbounrt
.- r. Vl,.-r -ek
1. .
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
CHUCl ES Uhi'hCvour.
iburiaoi), Jcehratika,
JEIiKYAHESKr WILL.
We have iii cattle brumjed S any where
on riidit side wliic-h we expect to put eur
own brand, on soon as possible.
in
ae
S. ft'. CAI1KY.
e ;i $ (..) nn left shoulder of cattle and
'iJi-rM..
LJwST-.tSSL'-iie'e on Little C. oltonwuoa.
I'O.' .,"c ruwtord Nebr.
A!A'EUTi:-'C Y0UH STO- K PP. NT
F:'?;f1 'J'he brand Ueren'itli represented i
trfAg tins iidlicu and brawled any wliei
E on riylit side at Cattle belongs to tli
undui-sined.
JliHUl & IIENUY WILL,
Ilurrisou, Nebnukft.
CHARLK.S SF.WMAS.
'J'lie, brand rcrpresented in this notice
unit branded any where cm left side
of cattle, and over-lap eut from tbe
Also the same brand on left thigh of
horses, belongs to the undersigned.
uuHge near ast Springs, soutn parL io
Kluui county. CIIARLKS NEWM.VV,
7 l'.arris'ju, Nebraska.
THE SIOUX COUNTY JOUIiNAL
I
""iS f)Tl mm. A mt.m T. A H ,m 1 lW Km M . k
If as stabd in Saturday's Omaha,
Worl d-Ib-rald that the state supreme
c-iuirl' Vitniiiissioners and jm!Kr' of this
state have apuropriated ?1S,0U0 of th-
1 peopl. s muiiey iti
to their own pocrkets,
I a ...i.e., i .,.,,1,1.11 is an an-'el of lk'bt 1"
I have been alihcted with rhetimatism eomparnson. The republican papers
. , . i i, -ire hii far savinr little about it, neither
ftjr fourteen years and nothinjf seemed to! '., so lar oinn .
, ' are they making any stiiv denial.
ive any relief. I was able to Is-around Th() f.ly.(iftll ,onf,PKH which closed
all the time but constantly sulTerin!,'. l! we(.k nj?(, .lst Saturday, 1:1 U. S.
Senators ttml 107 Uepres. ntatives were
retired to private life.
FollowinpareSenators by name and
from the dill'drents
Allen,
Wilson
I nllr-J -hoe M.-ieliinery t'oinuny... i.-i.imo.tW
C. ai uif.ii Compi'.uy le.flOe.CWi
Am. i. ras Company - 2,0.e,i.(.o
).-t Coniii.oiy - a.ixm.mio
' . v.-er Pipe Cainiiany uri,""0,nixi
f ,i'ti rii -s ( mar. any 4n,KK),(K)!i
" -sik M ii;. i o. of New London.... I2,",e,"0ti
" ,'iobaeeol olii)ruiy :!fi.i:-,KI,l)l
" C ur & foiiiidry Coiiipany 00,IS0,000
' Caramel (.omiiiiiiy i.-idfl.W'j
" 'lard Uiihlii-r ( ompany 2,:,ii,W
" , .imp ( liunney Company TjO.'ma
" ot!eiy ( iiirriaiiy 27,iki,W)
' lirel A W iie Couiinuiy iM,W.tl
- 'J'-r.-a-t i onia.iv...- V),n0J,iiC)
CI u- ,' ja.pnt;" SO.OOO.000
bos f a-.itt CmiipHiiv JO,U0.e)
Hri.l- , -en..,-.hi .i..W..i't .ille.Oli.tnrH
Hr,...f- tv" AM'n of trnUeil fttatwi 10,imiO,WW
Ca,i..-.-ou Pipe -iVust n,CM,,0cJU
( 'livi,'.o Milk Yiusl l1MV,m
Kii'w Clay M'Wi-r 1'ipe Trust ai.iKiD.CK
Keiitackv DistiiiA Wareiioine Co... 3!,tm,Mi
Knit i;ocjis( oaip.uiy yi,iW,lKi0
Kouac l.lutiteil ( iiiupany 7,7C',0Xi
Nalioiiul cuiliim Com puny 10,t,nw
" KiiumelsumphiK I JompanV- W',""1
" Jllror Mltfi. Assosucioll la.OICI.COII
IIU l.l-'vator Com puny Jl.iWXW
fHue sates Telephone Company... MCi.iXKUMJ
llut'jer Couds Mfirrs. - .'AOMI.MOO
Prii t Clotii I'ool r,0,i.!K),0W
Sa,Ii Jt Door Cuiiihine.. 2f,0ut).ill0
I'. X C ast iron A Pipe Foundry Co.- :;0,iHl,0ii0
Manioiial Tube l.omp-tny cO.mii.'.iXO
INCORPORATED 18S8.
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
CAPITAL STOCK PATD IN - -
(9 SURPLUS A.N 1) PKUr 1 IS sj-' -
S10.000.005
8,000.00
o
DIBECTOaS.
U. II; i!ia'STrai, rwidtiTvl; -l :; C. K.Cw?EE,-ice President. -C,'IAS.
C. Jamksox ' ' ' A. McGinxey,
I). II. Giuswold, Cashier.
GREENBACKS
or Government Money.
had tried everything I could hear of and
t last was told to try f hamlK-rlain's Fain
Balm, which I did, and was immediately
relieved and in a short time cured. J am
liappy to say that it has not since return
ed. Josh. KdKr, Oermantown, t'ul.
For sale by lr. J. E, Fhinney.
For That He II noil ('eiiiplrvlnn, I'sc
DR. BEHR'S
MEDICATED S0iPl
FOR TOILET AND BATH
A W'enilerfiil Miup fur Hip eiire nf hiiinlriilf,
bl..,.Ll.An,l. 1M ,,... t',"y.tii-, C liiililirll
ii. i-iiriiii., ii-h " "- 1 ...... -"-ii ,
Hands, I'lror", heri-n, Ib-lilng, ml nil nllii-r , Quay
Skin Km ntloiiK.
KMMOi.iKsr, sootiiiso, llmi.iMJ, Axn
8EITIC.
AT 0KUC0I8T8 OR 15C BY V.AIU PRCPID.
Write for Aki-iiIh T- nns,
LOUIS ERNST Co., St. Louis, Mo
(Jray
(lortnau
Murphy
Smith
Itorch
Faulkner
Mills.
Turpio
White
Mantle
f'annoil
l'opulist
IVniocrutiu
a Hep
To be retired
Neb.
Wash,
Itel,
Md,
N. Y
X. J.,
N. 1).,
W. Va.,
Tex.
Ind,
Cal,
Mont,
Utah,
Fenn.
80 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
2
4
Toim NlANKt
Traoc Manks
. f,4 DC8I0N
r9trl Copvwight 4c.
Anrn wncti tcot'-h nil rtwunnil'in Dir
qni.lr MMr1ll Jiir eiilnl-m fisui wliMher iin
In.will'.n la prolml-ff nnieuinhli". iimniuiilisi
ilonlillTCnllit..i'(l. llnnill-k'.ll I'm.liU
,ml tram. OMwrt jmii.T f..r ...uriinr j nieiii..
l'nml UIimi lliroiirh Miiim A C. rc!iu
tpttlml nNM, wiineai. cnnnrn, in in"
ScitntlfK flmcrlcan.
A hnonilr Ilhtnle1 wm-hit wcpi nr.
rnlallon of MT nuiitiM'! jvmriid . 'I rn. 14
f nt ; tint moiitfU, IL Held hy all newlrlerjj.
PKHCo"""" New York
In speakini? of the Kiuntk: trusts and
combines which have bc-en so rapidly
formine. since the comiuencenient of
president McKinley's administration
Senator Uh-iudler of New llamshier says
of them and their authors:
The influences of su' h nretrntions
are not only powerful industrially, hilt
omnipotent politically. These enor
mous
roMHINATIONS CiK CAHTAL
fVinlrol tla politics of the count rv
nominal) the candidate, then furnish
the means to carry the elections, find
1 later direct all legislation, ttite am
j natiocal, and dominate the use of all
i
! executive power,
"Yet I fear that wo shall not jfet such
a victory if the party does not promlly
take ground in state and national con
veutions against the enormous trust
and monopolies that are lieinfj formed
in over C direction and in conne'dion
'Aitii every I rr-at i'j'hir,t y.
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V.. ). Wiiti rlcc for Mayor.
CTIAOKON, Nub,, March VI. ( Speci.
al.) IC. 1). Saterlee, well known through
out all Nebraska as the proprietor of the
At close of our Civil War m 1C65, ! HUine hotel in this city, was nominated
there appeared in the London Times for mayor last night in the citizen' cau-
the fcillowin'T
If that mischievous financial pol
icy which lad its origin in the Ncrth
American Republic during the late
Civil War in that country, should be
come indurated down to a f.xttirc,
then that government wiil furtiidi its
money without cost. It will have all
the money that is necessary to t arry
it Well
on:, after a most ititr stinj,' and excit
ing contest, his opponent Is-in Judge C.
I'una, Sayers. It was it marked token of
th popularity of Mr. Saterlee. Hereto
fore a caucus nomination has always
le :;n eip-iivalent to an election and there
is little doubt of Mr. Katterleo bein
i LTiadron's next mayor. Other ollicers
', nominated were: Treasurer, Charles 0.
Rockwell; ennineur,
rr it-i Ir u ,' -mil I finimiTrf
1. ,0 iw.imml ,.r,., , ,Vm ! Jameson; clerk, A.
oivii.e. ,.l.,..,-v.....J V-vv... . , .
in the history of civilized nations oi -
the ,,d,l Thr- lirain rir.ci wealth of ed.icaiion, A. It. Julian, airs, wary
nil eoneiri'euill en inNf.rtii A mrrif.i 1 mithliay ward Uupt. Allen (. Fisher;
THAT GOVKRNMRN'T .MUST HE coancilmen, W. S. tiiliam, t uaries lor-
m.-urprivi-ii nt.' it Will 1 jT.' , n- .en. William Atrnew. Ihe cations
was largely attended and was presided
over by lion. A. V. Crites, as chairman
ST ROY F.VF.liY MONARCHY ON
THIS (3 LOUR.
The famous Ilazzard circular, to i and E. W. Julian, secretary
raviitalists in New York, and the L'uell
li.ui'ic f irciilar to United .States Hank
ers, Loth emanating from London, and
the fabulous corruption fund raised in
England and Germany, estimated at
f 1,500,000, were the agents that se
cured the closing of our mints against
silver.
The "walk into my parlor" policy
of England, during and since the
Spanidi War, is the 1.. lest evidence
of English Diplomacy in sli.'.ping the
destiny of the United States Govern
ment. Notwithstanding the famine price
of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabu
lous expenditures of money by our
government during the past year, gold
has increased in value cleen per tent,
and all other values decreased in the
same proportion.
For a thorough understanding of
the money question, or silver issue,
the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly
given evidence of its ability to teach,
explain and produce all facts and
truth. It is a paper that ought and
ran be read by all classes with pleas
ure and profit,
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, New Yotk.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Neb.
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It does not refpuire an expert to detect
the sufferer from kidney troub'e. The
hollow cheeks, the sunken eyec, the dark
pull'y circles under the eyes, the sallow
parsnip-colored complexion indicates it.
A physician would ask if you had
rheumatism a dull pain or ache in the
back or over the hips, stomach trouble,
desire to urinate often, or a burning or
scalding in passing it: if after passing
there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it
must he :it once repeated, or if the urine
lias a brick dust deposit or strong odor.
When these symptoms are present no
lime should be lost in removing the
cause.
Delay may lead to gravle, catarrh of
the bladtkr, inflammation, causing stop
page and sometimes requiring the draw
ing of the urine with instruments, or
may run into Bright's Disease, the most
dangerous stage of kidney trouble.
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dis-overy of the eminent kidney and
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for such diseases. Its reputation is
world wide and it is so easy to get at
any drug :tore that no one need under
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Countx Journal and write to Dr. Kil
mer & Oo., Binghanfton, N. Y. for a
sample bottle and book telling all about
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