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HABRISOIT, lEIBIRA-SIKIA-, THLSDA1r, JBTIXTj. 20, 1899. 2sTO. 39.
Onr Motto--"NO G'JZSTION IS EVEH SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGH7."--Sto!i. Ylilliam J. Kryan.
The Sioux Ccunty Jcur
Subscription Trie, fl.00
OFFICIAL PAPER tF SIOUX COUNTY.
OO. I). (HIKIII,
Entered at tho Harrison jost oltice as
wcond claim matter.
4 ; :
V A t i f'hie urn T'l.,1 form lli'iimfn 0
5 I cannot conceive of a political tit nation that
iilcnpo t hroniele.,
Tiie buci'i'si of l he basic industrials
V, . . ,, r l.;ei,s other trusts like gourds in a night
i tid bunoiict he! 1 111 New n,k it O , ,,,, , . . , ,
6 , , ,. , , -'-audard Oil -and its byproduct have set
Auiilv Inst .Saturday evening. Jml'A.,. , . ,. ,, ,r, , , ,
. if .the mark fur the others. The fabulous
VJai.ies 1 Tarviii, to whom wiisass.n-;L i , , , , ,
" O j vv ainiti.rs of sii;,'ar furinefi a Irnson that
J-1 Ml1 J"' 1 "7h" V"w, r "f J"1 has been l,,fcj by the promotes of the
WVnl.ir-.sf,,, the ..nil Wj.Wrly: evv (4.,U(.(,W t.Uht( th(J Dew ea,)Jv lrUBt
or,,, ni..i us nmi-Miion ami u. pnn u : (l);ljwe(1 nv tll 8,JCWfisfui i.u..,,.!,;,,., of
"i lis t
ctSM o the tiatinn'tl ibmr trut ban l-n
li'i'iM ntinounce to Ibe worlil.A :
y tb.i imliooai wsruit truft ami tiie new
2 -cereal trust. The ciiliuiu-ition of meat
. . .. i . .. , , , , , ,
n-r, ir oi-.'it t :n t'-'tis '..- S ' :ua.ers lias no-.ii loiiuweil liy lue niilK
':iri ajmiiiHt, any ntlmnoo with T.iX- ' trust. AVhisk " and .jiriu have been in
5 will induce me to favor a fusion with the McKinlt-y
The PiCpuhlican party U fo throughly doniinat
cdby trunts, syndicates and comb ii s 'i,at I 1 1
OUR CLUBBING LIST-
'iO c-o o
The Siot-x CotTtTT JorRNAL and Journal of AaracciTCRE 1 Yenr,
" " " " Twice-A-wf.ek WoitiJ-HEitAt.D " -
" Tiiy-'E-A-Week-World, (N. Y.)"
' " ' " Silver Knioht Vatchmn(D. C.) "
" " " " Cincinnati Weekly Enquireh, "
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itSSTES TOrH.XS "lJ:&?Sn?S i75RS5CSlEXSSs':55ini
lit to '-c'are tlo n non-y ' pwjeess of consulMatiou for two years,
6 ir'-bv ;n ' a r-nnbllc nnt v linkpil-V j ni' wituio tha next six n, inths it is ho
A'"L" lber; ti nt bnn-nn !-iverv nn'$ j e t'oiiihine the ryn interests of the
pin-f!i ( oire( lier. Jt ; country with the lately lauiiehetl ho;jr
4io,ili b r,n'i,iW.r,'(! thut no V.ve O uon trust and Anieru an Sjiirils Manufac- I nal r it circulnteti all over tlie stato. It
'!'Ui li r.KASDS.
The JoriisAL will publish your brand, like
tiie fullowinij, for $-J :0n, per ve.ir. Each ad
tiitional l)rnn'l 75 eenli. t.very rurnicr or
rancliinen in Sioux and adjoining countkw
piioulil a Ivertise tlieir brands In ThbJoub-
iv(j no Y
hope of relief in that tiuarter. I Uiorovi;dily believe
that the continued administration f tlu- frovcrnuicnt
by the Republican party, as now controlled, tl:r.:ateim
the very existence of free "overnni'-nt.
i .-hnniv brm rver roiiMit for frntlnm 7i tu''n eompany and the blamlard 1 Jist.il- tnuybu llm means of saving money for you,
t-..-.i ... r........ t ! ir coittomv. the ti latter (tontrollimr
! O lied lor lis uu.s . y i tlw wliiskej outjiut of tho country. The
t I T (!, . , , .i . 0 ' sMctes of the national leather trust has
, j n Kit; ijjusu L;oe,,-v i
. O bef-n n iiA-i be u lu.iw IriKl in kiwv tin, I
ineiii. is ui.-j.eiiat:i,!, upon bauiaii slave-y :
,...,1 v.. ,.., ,, , ,r . ,. ,o tn.u.hiiierv. WooUns and cottons are
-Senator T.;l!;-r In Daily Hoc
llle eXIso lice ot tills IToVel-oillelit
d.-pemleui upon ti.e attai.iu.eut old : u'rad-v """I''y consolidate as to
;..umuu Ireedom. CoioMal l. pebden- " l there are Htill some out-
c es are lh:i lileblood of Lns
lyinT mills to be gathered indiitintf the
yv,!.:le thev Would iiikiii IL'I liealh ol ' ,11 :ilr- i"v ustis ueeu
O '' gv.,-no, ,,t i u,e taiucu ,ut.4 M!owed 1V comWnati(m'8 "f furfeiU,re
lateral prmlucts. Tobacco ban recently
" ('onjrressiuan John F. Sliafroth aJdoexp 1 Id.; op-
jnioiiH fully to tho New.-t yesterday. He said:
"This talk about the Silver Republicans o:m,' over
S i the administration Republican parly is the sheerest
OjDonaeiwc. A few of the politicians may, Imi, thereat x
niassofthe members will not. Mr. I'ryan isJia-hthitf S
" our battles in the Kast-in the very heart of the fore- S
esof the eneiuy refusing to give ny tpiarter to the o
g gold standard Democrats, and dcmxiidiii!,' as the prin-
& ciiial plank of the Democratic platform, the free coin- $
O age of silver at 10 to 1, Congivsrinaii S2.u"rotli, In
Daily Rocky Mountain Xt-v.s. X
One of the l.u-cs;
Lislii; JeU'erhoniau b,
. and most eiithu
uiqaets ever held
taken in lhe jilutj interests and closed up
(all competition. Tin plate, hardware,
i silverware, agricultural machinery, pap-
ilium ciiiu-j.iuufs, as held in ;ew . t.r y.y-u saddles, writing paper
ai.d chawing gum trusts are recent crea
j tii lis, but. tiie list is still far from co n
! pleie. Mulch and I.inceed oil have, dur-
On left I,!e of cuttle aud on left
shoulder ot borses.
RanK'ion Antelope creek
1'. O., GUilchrtst, Sioux Co.. Nel).
The brand reprseuted iu thU notiu
and branded any where on lefl.ue
of liornej aud
, - it ou 1,11,5 u uran'i any wuere nu
le' t fide of cattle beionj to ike
fin l"t t. slile or bill Of en tUe. )
'7""TH On left tboiilder of horses. (
-ybuiKH on the head ol Wuruonnet
r . ..'j . . ...
Address Harrison, sioui vo. ntsu.
YorU City, on the Kith n.st.
livery iidy hiiuiihi get Col. I;, win's.
New York City, Jefferson Unoijuet speech . in tim past year, closed in on a few re
which la; d.-bveifd there on llm 10th j tiliing '.omjMditnr Carbon and other
essentials of eluctnc fiianufacturing
ins', h ' (io.M not mince his words but)
giveu .. .m money nhy locks and combiaes !
some btl'aigl I Iroui lJie-slioulder hits.
From the Statment made by Ci ml. IJa.tc.n and cal.li c to the press of tl.o
United States, that it will tal.'e 100,000 men to garrison t!ie I'liiliipme iv
lands, indicates pretty plainly that the I'hilipir.os are by no n. a:is pa.sMil. d
and that President McKinley's war of destiny nnd for humanity, m thei.it, r
est of beef trusts and ofmtraclotg have obtained epicial privileges in furn
ishing all kinds of war supplies will not soon end.
Following is what General Law ton has fj Niy regarding the situation,
"The present propect is that lOO.OoO troops w ill be necessary to pacify
the Pbillipine islands.''
Ganeral Iwton's expedition has been ordered to Manila and will return
immediately. All the teritoiy be captured will lie evacttnt.-tl.
-Iie.fiaily eenin World Herald.
We would print Hon, v J. Jtryan's
Vew York speech but we have not the
,. ,. ,, i, i .,, i ,i,.. , ; ,
n.niy (h-cur on t!io patent insidfj of the
j Ji-ru.vu, but h.ive in assurance yet that
it w,!l, if it does occuro tia:re tlien we
will call alien! inn to it.
hare recently joined the trust family.
A GODSEND TO HUMANITY.
4 rs k
1-i it liny wonder that the trusts in 1 h 3
United Slates are n;it prosecuted when
you stop to thin'.i, that both the Vice
President and Attorney General are from
Sacs Health, Life And Doctor
The most remarkable, Invention for Mini,
wamtu or etiild, elves wiLlicr.it medicine,
lireveiitsillsefne, ycii can have at, home in
yoor own room, Snuit irium, Hot Springs,
Turkl'lt, Kusjilun, Medicated, Dry steam,
V:cr Alcohol, Oxygen, IVrfiiineii, Mineral
or sulphur Uaths, ut a cost of about Sc per
l,f,.r --"., iMtfttd of fllllrtg t'netr aye
tems K-ltli poison, by tnktiipc drua and nos.
MH.wAUKflE, Wis., Aj.ril 12, The Journal prints the following:
"Editor Milwaukee Journal:
"Dear Sir I am just in receipt of your favor of March 2!, in which you sav:
It is asserted here that in my Democrats win voted for Mckinley in ls;i ., felt, that
they have been trifled with by the Republicans, and are likely to vole the l'emo
cratio ticket again at thi next presidential campaign, though they may not be in
full accord with the platform,' and ak: 'What in your opinion would be the wise
coursa to pursue in regard to these p...pli.? In what way may tliuir rea'Tiliatioa
with the party behest facilitated?"
"In reply 1 would say that 1 have no authority to Kieak for the Democratic
narty and in what I say express only my own opinion. I am satisfied that you
' ' . . . . , . . . .. i -.1 c,- if . At
tn correct in saying mat many oi me i wmocr.iis no voi.eu cor ..uiinui.-j m ns
appointed with th U-)iib!ican administration, and will vote the Democratic ticket
ia the future, I think that the same statinenl could be made in regard to many
fjf those who voted the palmer and Uuckner ticket.
"The doors of the party are always open to receive new, additions, whether they
be new converts or former members of the party. To err is humun, and t hose win,
erred in 1H96 have only to admit it and subscribe to the party creed in order to lie
taken back into the farty. They may dissnt from some portions of the platform,
a some did in IMS, and yet subscribe to the platform as a whole.
"I hav found among the iJcmocrats no hostility towards those who wish to re
turn provided they recognize that the Democratic parly now has. a, platform that
thwl is satisfactory to the 1 "emocrats. A Demon r tt who conies back merely for
the purpose of fighting against the reaffirmation of tho Chicago platform will not
lu nartv conreniiil. Those who recognize that they erred in ls'.MI are not like-
i.. i1m ..n nrominence iu the party management unlil they have time to
bring forth works meet for repentance, ff tbey do aspire to prominence, they will
have convince their associatmi of the sincerity of their purpose to aid the party
in its light against plutocracy.
"Tlte only unwelcome guests are those who deserted in lU, and still claim to
Utter Democrats than those who remained with tlw) party, and who demnnd the
nurreodW of the Chicago platform ns the price of their return. Only those who
are willing to t.md upon the last platform ought to have a part in the writing of
the next platform. Yours truly. W. J. I'diYAN.
New JerseV. lhe vvrv Initchili-- crouiids ; triv is, wciiild cyet into a vnpor bath cabinet
" . ,i i aii.f .' ( t ou( .these poisons and assist in
i n. i, u.i ... i.s " ture to ael, they w.mbt inive a skin as clear
llicaoator o I I he the counrri. j Nil).,tli nnd healthy as a child's.
"" " ' " " XI. e Hcoiioiny Vupur Until Cubinet is not
Hon, Capt. A.G. Fish.r, is just n()W -Hy n U.iu,-y for the well, but a eomfort
1 aiK' cere for the sick. It restores and tire-
busily engag'-d in the biimauo act or w;r,M h,mhi pr,,,,,, a (11(.k and ra-
dealing out misery lo Hi i republican! of tlonal cure for Itlieninatisin, Obesity, I'.lood,
Chadron as a result of I he school board i kiii " N'-rvons diseases and private ills-
,, , eases ot itli"r The best sprinif remedy
d. emrna in t'lalcity ia w hich tii.-y IoiiihI i . , , . . , ,
J kimviii, e,ii il liany cabinet mnde costing
themselves, ivcuupli. ol Uays alter me , fr4,, (JJ tl, cjh,,, ,jc.e complete :,,iifl with
recent municipal election. The republi- full dirnetiom. Kconomy Vapor Hall, cabl
cans (d'ehidr ,:! and pspec-iallv the Jour- "t ' , vt- Mo.
, ,. , ,, . r, , , .... To Affents: Don't waste time answering
nal-t-wallowj Cpt. f-idler last lU , BItU.h pnl,y n(,vUs,.,m.ut) lfywl,h to
without g!'e.t-! or even pinning his ears hnprove y,,ur lxisiiion In life write us st
back. Ac, I now, however, w he.i '.heir 1 imri! and we will help you make an honor-
stomachs have l,-.mie billions and nau-! fl "l r- s- or (-'a,m"
, , i da. We oiipiKirt thonaiiiici of homes.
seal,. ig from the over-do they cannot j -
disliid ,' ; II: sachariuo subslalice ll'oin!
their dig-.iiivn organs. Of course it wuh "j i TO". COUNTY COURT OF SIOUX
a sweet iiuirsel, but proved lobe tool j COUNTY, NFCRASKA.
rich for week and puny politicians that
thevaiv. ''e wcnild'iit he much alraid In the Jhatter of the Estule of Joseph
to wager the ojd bat that Mr. Fisher did ' S. thekinson, Deceased.
not burn over the election of Col. By ran
7.i-i S. W. CAIiKY.
(n left shoulder of cattle and
t. -J torses.
'i niome oil i.niie I. vi w Movocjil.
ADVERTISE YOUR STOCK BRAND
The brand represented in this notice
and branded any where oa left aide
&JaA of cattle. a'd over lap .;nt from the
Also the same brand on left thigh erf
borses, belongs to the undersigned.
UiiHe near East Springs, south part 1
Sioux county. Chakl.es Newman,.
THE SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL
. YCU A WORKER
A 'a Wood or n,;tsl ? W so
send (or Catilojui of
-"WE ;,!AC:i!NERV. iafaTOa
, -V.-clitrJ, 5tro!jr, tarebte.
; W. P. & John Lames Co., , X H
! 154 Ruby St.,
! Rcicbford, lliiniis.
I t s
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
pCAIdTAL STOCK PATD IN - - SIO.OOO.OO5. C) '
S(D SURPLUS AND PROFITS - - 8,000.00 .0--
B. E. I? re wster, President. C. F. Coffee, Vice Presitlenl
Chas. C. Jameson. A. McGinlet,
D. H. Geiswold, Cashier.
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, New YortK.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Nkb.
in this siat- iu 'SO, that apt. Fisle r will
come out top of the hoip in the end nnd
in, dsn his disgusted, loving republican
friends, oh! so tired. fSick 'em there.
st..te of Neltruska, ua
sic ( eounly. i ' ' '
At a County Court, he'd in the County
cs,.lt room, In and for said county this lird
daof April, A. D. ls.'.
present liobert Wilson, County Judife.
Ot) readliiff and IIIIuk the jietltion of l.ide
on A. Dickinson, praying that adminlstra
tioi of said est.ite may be granted to Levi
E. tK'kliisoii, as A lniiiilstralor,
Oflered, that first day of May A. D. I WW, at
vill.i, has declared without reservation ' oii'ao'cloelc I. M. is assigned for hearliiK
A special 1 1 the Lincoln, State Jour
nal of recent dale, from Chadron, is to
th" eiTect that Jungo Westover, of Rush-
-INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.-
Fifteen or twenty names would cov. r
lhe new industrial oligarchy, so far as
lhe master planning is concerned. Hero
a. re the leading one
1. n. Rock-feller, P. A. Widener,
E. V. Flower,
I. P. Morgan,
N. 0. Ream,
James J. Hill.
U Z. Itlter,
W. B. Elkins,
J. I). Crimmins.
W. A. Havemeyer
II. M. Flagler,
. J, Mitchell,
IS. M. Rice,
A. A. llousemnn,
Chlf Hro Cronlcle lo K-cny v 'iininin
Accorrling to the national census of
lUO, the capitalization of all the manu
facturing Indiisturics individual and
corporate in the United States aggre
gated ffl,.12,'5,O0O,OnO. Hinee that time
00 per cent rf that vast amount of capi
tal or $.i,Kb2,000,000 has gono into tho
banilH of trusts and combines nnd nn
trolcd by a small cotrie of less limn l.-W)
men, and prnlmbly half dn.zn of that
number live in palatini reidenre's with
in a htnueV: tiirow cf Wall S'.'wt N, Y.
thath" will n it h j a i; in lidate for con
gressional honors in this disl.r.ct, nest
fall to succeed tho late congres .,,a, W.
L. Oreenn. It also srys, Judo West
over is booming Flitor Heath, of the
If the statement is true a indicated in
the State Journal of the lHth inst, then
editor Heath must have been taking the
name of Judge Westovo in vain when
that gentleman only a month or so ago,
uhont a week nfter W, L. 0ven bad pass
ed over, commenced to boom his honor
for con.'ressm in or else, there must be a
"nitlger iu the wood pile."
If editor Heath feels now that the pyi.
pie should do something for bini this
fall, to lis it looks ns if be should have
been a little more interested in the peo
plo's cause last fall. Sheridan gave Gov
tetmr Poynter a total vote of 1,0:!.') votes
and Siou County's candidate for Repre
sentative received 1,"70 votes or ft loss
Tit votes nnd thus causing Me. (1 rlin h's
defeii. ''.liter Ib-ii'i m iv h ivo sup
ported P.ioux county's candidate nt the
p'dls but ho .did n"1. talk verv loud for
him threugh tho medium of his paper or
in other words you were not instant in
season nnd out of season. If the people
owe nny thing to Brer Heath for services
he has rendered to them, we would be
lad to know whether it was while he
wan serving in the Hnnua ranks, surely
it lias not b"cn since.
sidij petition, w lieu all persons Interested In
satdj in .iter may nppnar at a cwuiity court
to la-held In and fors.ud county, and show
eauin why Hie prayer of tlm petitioner
slio!.! not be (frnnted ; and that notice of
tliejieiidency of suld petition and the hear
Inijlliereof, lie K'ven to all persons Interes
tedin said matter by publishlnir a copy ol
thlJorder in tho Moux county Journal, a
vi'i, ly Ne spnier printed In said county,
for lour successive weeks, prior to said day
-1- .(Copy) HollEItT WILSON,
J &4U-- i County Judse.
Notice is hereby Kiven tkat by virtue ol
an order of sale Issued by the Clerk of the
IHstrict Court of tins county of Sioux, and
state of Nebraska, upon a decree rendered
by said Court in favor of William II. Male,
benjamin Craham, William Halls Jr. ami
Harris II. llayden are plaintiffs, and I'oter
J. Norlhncss, Laura M. .orlhness his wife,
and W. J. llowden, arc defendants; 1 will oil
the Kith dny of May 1S00, at the hoar of 3
o'clock p. m., of said day, at tho east front
doorofthe Court House, in Harrison, iu
said comity, offer and sell tho following Ues
erilic d real estate, to. wit:
Tlio West half of of the Northwest quar
ter Section three, and the East ha.f ol the
North west quarter Section four, Township
thirty one, North ICunge fifty-four west, in
Sioux county, Nebraska, at public auction,
to tiie highest bidder lor cash, to satisfy
said order of sale in the .sum of two hundred
and forty-six dollars and twenty cents, with
iuterestatlO per cent, from April ID, lMi,
and costs and accruing costs.
(Wil Sheriff Hioux County. Hub.
i m W yir - A
V Tnadc Marks
Anrortc ncntluiff a Rtrfttrh and rlpppliitlnn msy
onN iilr sfieriniii .s,r cailnlen freo t hetlir nn
.n-iil.liin , i,r"ih!dr n ilpelsl.M. Cemieuiilm
tl'.cmlilnllvcolifiiti'iriiil. Iliilidhnnk (,n I'HlenUI
sen' freo. oi'lcl aefntr fer i-nirins estem.
Prii'nis tiikMn ier'iiitfh Wui.n A Co. recoiTe
up l it notlrr, !l!unll tleircv hi Die
A hanilnomely I1t,itrt1 iri-kly. Lnrireiit r.lr
piieninn nf any m iciiUllo lournal. 'rnrms. IS a
Mr ; fonr niontds, L Sold br ll newacleslars.
raNjCo.38"3' New Tort
I was reading an advertisement of
Chamla;rlain's Colic, Cholera and Dinr
rhoea Remedy in the Worcester Enter
prise reoeutly, which leads nio to write
this. I can truthfully say 1 never used
any remedy equal to it for colic and diar
rhoea. I have never had to use more
than one or two doses to cure the worst
case will, myself or children. vv'. A.
Stroud, Popomoke City, Md. For sale
by Dr. J, E. Phinney.
ft .eMtJea dncay. nnm
A pack aire of onr
woakness a,, 5
........ - n .,.,,. M , .. ...1
U"."J, T '11 LI . .i.r, , .ij-muu
loafi'itnll'y seet, freo fi r 11 of, postaite.
:OaVAa)Di:isx. 120 1.91!: St., st. loiiu, ia
"A word to the wise is sufficient" and
a word from the wise should b sulllcient
but, vou ask, who lira the wis, ? Those
rwho know. The oft rep. aled experience
of trusl..vor!hy persons may hi t iki-ii fur
knowledge. Mr. W. M. T-rrv snys
Chamberlain's l.'oiili Ri-iiH-dy givi-s bet
ter satisfaction limn any other in the
market. He lias been iu the drug busi
ness nt Elkton, Ky., for twelve years;
has sold hundreds of bottles of this rem
edy and nearly all other cough medicine
manufactured, which shows conclusive
ly that Chamberlain's is the most satis
factory to the jieople, and is tho best.
For sale bv Dr. J. E. Phinney.
For That Refined Complexion, Use.
FOR TOILET AND BATH
A Wonderful soap for the fitn; of Dandruff,
illack-heails, TLinjjwcirms, Eczema, Uiani'd
Hands, Ulcere, Sores, Itching, and all other
Emmouent, soothing, Hhalisu, anii
seitic. AT DRUGGISTS OR 15C BY MAIL PREPID.
Write for Asrents Terms,
LOUIS ERNST Co., St. Louis, Mo.
LITTLE LIVER PILL
! SiMllgi L Dyspepsia,
r.rtw-w:lMacn9 and kivor
100 PILLS 3old br all cSrnfTKietl
r frc I or sent by mail.
Sold Ry Dr. J. F. Plnntif).
Rhennintism Cured. .
My wife has used Chamberlain's Paia
Balm for riicumatism with great relief
and I can rcccommend it as a splendid
liniment for rheumatism and other hous
ehold use for w hich we have found it
valuable,.-W. J. Cyler, Red Creel; N. Y.
Mr. Cuy lur is ono of lhe leading mer
chants of this village and one of the most
prominent men in this vicinity. W. (.
Phippin, Editor Red Creek Herald. I'ur
sale by Dr. J. E. Phinney.
Mifl-.Mf,i, p-ct:'. Trpuiiaaal c
Ttn vont taimu aoil-
r anal. M )Mif
Sua iM uu .i .rtM. 1 1. wimuim,
. . K0.mt..t.Ullla.l4,
s. 1 '
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