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Bryan's Tm Bcois
TKE PHIUPPWE QUESTICM
lion. Andrew Cuma
uour, , AUOn, H hit. Oor- ' if
n. Huron, Mason. Ilani.l, Si--
Boa. W. J. Ft UTAH
HWI (lit TTnn n IT t ,t ""Si """I Txrwir, roller, "Olt. AxiiBinr CAHKKGnt.
luiriEr iiv" .;",rVVOB-"" A-'l'owns. Hon. Adl.l I' HI.
ATI0?rSS ckitict. iscftpwlicm .KJWirssigTjPM m-nD
" TKE GOSPEL OF A KICKER CIVILIZATION AMD ESSAD2B LI3ESTY.
Tnu osltt hook on the sixjlct. j i .
, , , ACEKT3 WANTED.
OskUl rmMiZT " "mot '"nuJ.od bj an oiUsr too U, , Me
T"l T 00 "Ch Ordor "nxx-oUmf K M book, at on. Um wbM on.h
tMlH wiu fTllii.L. v
SsS SfiVo ""."n innt !"' j.xV;-m""
"J' BiusU BidUiuc, wiuj Boid iB(M. .
WrtUIWnr Corsrmllcled Trrra, to Ay-'.i" "
The Sioux County Journal.
Subscription ?'rice, f J .00
OFFICIAL PAFCB OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Ip. I). C'aniii, -
Kntwral nl tlio Ilurrlmm pc.t onice ax
mooikI eliuw matter.
NEWVOSK. May 1(5. The Sua raya: O. IL P. Belmont, whom an avowcl
candklxle for ,tlie lteniocratic numinatinn for vice prsMik-nt in 1U00 on a ticket
ith William J. Bryan, is tack of a movement to organic the tli Chicago (lat
furni I)eniecraU in thi city and state.
A meeting w;w halJ on Sunday night nml a commitle appoint -d to mwt on
Wednesday and prepare a plan fur extending the organization throughout the
Mate, witli committws in very county. This comniitUra will meet in thu ollice
of llie Verdict, a weekly (Kiper owned by Mr. Kelniont.
The plan under consideration is to perfect a skeleton organization all over the
tote and elwt a full set of delicate to tho next national convention of the party.
The deletrtes elected are to Iw silver men who believe in the Chicago platform
Jind are to be pledged to vote for Bryan and IMniout if they get into the coven
tion. The leaders of the movement believes tfcat such a delegation will ba seated, as
Uryao and his friemls will undoubte lly control the convention. Mr. Belmont, and
Ins friends who are in charge of the new movement have attempted to break into
Tammany l.all and Like away tho Chicago platform men who are still identified
witb that organization. Overtures were made to John C. HI eehan to join the
luuvement. but he declined. I aily Rocky Mo intain News.
A popular subscription is now being
raised for the purpose of purt-hamng a
palatial reidem' in the city ot Washing
ton, D. C. and on the return of Admiral
Ifewey, from Uw Philippine Islands, to
K resent it to him, as an emblem of the
igh regard and esteem in wliii h the
American people hold the hero of Manila'
hay, little over a year ago, coupled with
hit naval war record in the Pinlippme's
rfunca tlat time.
Wittvouut doubt, there isnt' a in.'.n who
baa distinguished liiniw lf since Washing
tons time that the teople of these United
-.State thinU more of, or will laud more
highly than Admiral Dewey ; but it would
be more to the credit of tho American
people if Ue home which they will like
ly appropriate toward buying and pre
sent to the Admiral as a fitting memento
war given to some widowed mother,
who has given a son and per chance a
husband in honor of their country, Ad
miral Dewey receives an annual salary
of 118.000 besides allowances &c. &c,
and at retirement, will receive sufficient
vn then, to live in affluence the rest
of his days. In every community there
are poor people, who are deserving sub
ject of charity, or there are hospitals in
the large citiea; Orphan asylums that the
price of the home in all probability, if
.given them, would relieve a wonderful
Amount of suffering and make many a
Jiemrt beat with joy and gladness, as
would the heart of the great hero, Ad
miral Dewey, It is true, the people
have a right to give to whom they phase
iMd for what purpose they please, but
the moral, as well as the spiritual law,
in that great day of accounts will held
the individual to a strict account of how
4 hey aasisted in looking after and caring
rfor the poor. "For, the poor ye have
Always with you."
Oeoeral Merriam in command of the IT.
ft troopeiaaquelcing the trouble lit U'nr
4leoer, Idaho m the Coner de Alenemin
taf district, has ordered the disorinii7A
4iM0f alljabor Unions in that state.
1 that oVot savor of militarism, then
09 A not know what does.
sRisonsr, 3ste3sica, Thursday, jula.it iss99
Cr M,tto--NO QUESTION l3 EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED R.GHT."--Hon. William J. Bry-n.
F, A v 7
- I, Rnniitnni
l ks re..o4U Iv ctl open our
MUM 13 W
It isnt often that we rgitt-r a kick
against a brother editor in the way he
conducts mill edits Ins p.ier, i.ut at IIiim
time we are doubt ly jntitif iwl in calling
Brer Luxlcnian to account for copying
from Tub S;ocx Cot nty Joiknai and
accrediting It t tho Northwestern Presi
The last two Iksuph of the Bulletin have
contained short local notice clipped
from the Ju-:t.SAI,, atwt paragraph from
the article "llu t.mli HI nun T.n. " ...i
a local notice relative to the appoint-
ment. ol nei'-hbor (J,rl
trator of tli estate of the lata iierman
U(K-l(le. We presume it, was purely a
mistake, Brer Liudeman?
If th memtiers of legislature from
this seiitonal and representative district
had been as zealous in trying to have
have passed, whilo down ul Lincoln the
past winter a null-trust law as they
were some other bills though of much
less importance comparatively speaking,
their constituancy, certainly would have
iauucu ineiu to uie HKye s on ineir
Ex-Oovernor, Roswell P. Flower of
New York, died in Brooklyin hint Friday
evening. He was a great, financier and
was one of the master minds which, in
the last two years awtiwted in forming
some of the great trusts which are in
exhistance today as a mark of his won
derful business ability.
Denver is making a despemte effort,
her Board o( Trade, and bunness men of
the city and senator E. O. Wolcot, to
secure the next republican national con
vention. And, why not? Denver is doiili
tloss one of the most" picturesque cities
in t 111 nnlinn l.i,l... ll I. (I... 1.. -
gest railroad centers in the United States
vniini, V'IIHil)u, I II 1 1 W llil Oil la, ili.ll -
watikee, Boston and New York City; its
Hotel accommodations and advantages
are unsurpassed and hv the time Mm
great party conventions are convened,
in new Auditorium, in iienver win
have tieen comnleted hence there am nn
oilier cities in the Union that will ' be
able to oirer the inducement for a
national convention that Denver can.
By all honorable means the Journal
hopes to see the Pioaeer city of the
plaint secure the prize.
UBON TON EESTARANT.t
P. Ii. RIGELOw Prop.,
?Candies, xtite, Tobncco, bruits,
ttTA Good Lunch Counter in
ouju ai Jbivin l rices.
in all the realms of sound economics
re is not a sciihir.lenririiinciit lh.it i :.n
l org il against the tviuonetization of
silver. With hilver at par wi h gold,
an would Im the els') within five minutes
aftr its reinstall ement as legal currency
liothschild nn i his aiuts could not buy
our silvtr at CO cents and uso it in Chin t,
Argentine and Kus:a at to drive
down prior of farm products in this
country, and consequent!-,- our farmcrtr
would get mora foreign gold for their
crops and the r"oplo would have n largi-r
supply of circulating silver to Mimulate
prices and tsiom business. Present con
ditions having proved our contention
that an increased currency helps priis
and stimuhites businow, where will the
single standard iciofile find any ground
to stand on? Two fa-ts make u pinwipie
and vindicato the wistloni of the Chicago
platform. Cemocrat and Journal "cf
The (N. Y.) Advertiser says:
Among the important Democrats; gains
in difi'erent states since tho conclusion of
the hostilities between fcfo.un and the
United States, and in addition to the
gain of 380,000 votes in New York, New
Jersey Connatsticut, thnrj may bs
mentioned a Democratic gain of nearly
10,000 votes in Colorado, of mora than
77,000 votes in Illinois and Indiana, of
about 5,000 votes in Sltehiir.in and 23.
000 in Minnesota, of 20,000 in North Car
olina, of about 12,000 in Pennsylvania
and of nearly C0.000 votes in Wisconsin.
In abaut fhfteen important states of
tlie onion, excluding, the solid South en
tirely from the list that is on the sec
tions upon which the Republican nartv
depends for its votes the party has lost
about G."0,000 voles, or more than twice
the plurality secured by President JIu
ICioley in 1808.
Andrew Stctiinley, the well known
Sioux-County stockman whose brands
are J A and hi V-, spent a few days in
town iai wec-K. tie made this ollice a
pleasant-call renewing his subscription
lortheOrip. Jlr. McGinley having sold
out his ranch to James Cook last full
is now iiivenig.xting tlw various phases
of placing his cattle out in small bunches
with rwpousiblo parties at so much jier
head er year for caring for them, bel-
evmg it to oe clieaiwr than oiierating a
ranch. He now has about 275 head.
The Pioneer Grip.
If free discussion by patriotic men
is to lie hemvfort treated as treason,
it might lie well for the administration
to i-iuso the seizure nnd cremation of all
copies of thu Declaration of Indciicn
deuce: because so lung as that document
stands, even though the government
should be destroyed, some men will con
tinue to t reasonably insist on tho ri;;ht
of "life, libcrt and Iho niirinit of hum
North-Western ( 'a t holic.
James Cook, the big stock man of Sioux
County who bought the MclJinloy ranch,
having 1,200 inns under cultivation,
has made ouito a record in wintering
1,700 head of Nnvadi cattle with the
small loss of fourteen head, nine of which
were lost in dehorning tha bunch last
February. Tho Pioneer Grip.
What is:all We Do.
A serious and dangerous diseaso pre
vails in this country. d:in.'ermiy l. :in..
so deceptive. It comes on so slowly yet
surely mailt is oiteti lirmly aeated bo
fore we are aware of it .
The name of this disease which may
liedivided into three distin-'t stages is,
first, Kidney trouble, indicated by pain
in kick, rheumatism, lumbago, frequent
desire to urinnte. ntlip u-illiia. Iiiirnin.,
sensation, the flow of urine being copious
or scant wnn strong odor.
If allowed to advance, this reaches the
Second stage, or Bladder trouble, will
heavy pain in the abdomen low down m
tween the navel nnd the water passage
Incensing desiro to urinate, with scalding
sensation in iassing, small quantities
being passed with dilllciiltv, sometime
neces airy to draw it with instruments,
of uric ac id or gravel has formed, it
prove dangerous if neglected.
The Third stage is Bright' Disease.
There Is comfort in knowing that Dr
Kilmer, the c.rent kidney nnd bladder
specialist, has discovered a ltemedy fam
ous for ill marvelous cures of the most
dislivrfslng cases ond known as Dr. Kilm
It is sold by nil druggists.
As a m-nof lt I ha W!iiul,.ef nl vlrflloo t
this great discovery, Swamp-Root a sain
. , , -, ' ; ,, , ,
,? wi f 'f0.i"!r"l
non wiii oe sent a jsoiutciy tree oy mail
...... nvu, , miii.iij , I TJ VI J ,,,n,
on nmIU:atiun tolM Kilmpr Co.. nine
iiumpTion, i, vviMn writing Kindly
ninllnn Hint Vm nit .hi Ii Iwr. 1 irA..
. v.,... niiv jv, i inu vturr l wi 1.1 f I
io the Sioux County JocnitAL
I ? re t id , stntl o n a r y
Cor.necf:on and Ever- Ti.irf
I';ST OFFICE IJL'II.blNO, Harrison, Xrl.
The undersigned h .ag
ent Tor the celebrated
David Bkadley, Wccn Motop
Improved Wind Mill;?,
tli best mvAo. I am
a)!?( prewired to furn
hh in thort notice first
pumps, Pipcf. Weed & sfr.ej Towers,
Tan'; or anyWiing la the l!n;
fl4'P repairs, AT LOWEST
Vritc n! for eslircates bo
fore contiacting elsewhere.
You will live money by it.
ADDiiE-s-JcilN 8. AiSZJTON",
I Artirriore, K. Dale
HOAIJ NO'lJi.'E TO t.ANI OWNEK3.
To A IX V II)4 IT .11 A V L'ONCEUM X
Tho Cou-iniiistoiier eppoihteij to locate a
road coiiinienciii(; at the north-west corner
of fcec. IO,Twp..'. UanoM, rnnning tlicnoe
oneanr one h.iif nilles north has reported
In fsvor of esti.MIhlng of that part of said
road, commencing nt the north-west corner
of Sec. 9, Twp. S!, ICangitW, running thonce
north one It a mile, an nil objection
thereto, or claims for datiuige must he (lied
in tiie county Clerk's olliee on or before
noon of (he l..lh' lay of July, is;?.
U. J. Bt.KVV ETT,
io aix n iiM i; iu-r Copci-aw:
liie eommiss'.Jj r np;,intmt to lonatna
road cmmiienc.ln t tno nortli-east corner
of the north we it, quarter of tho north-east
quarter of Sec. Twp. 32, RaiiRe SJ. runniiiff
Uumce south oiLi mho to connect with eust
& west luid out ri.ad, bus reported in favor
of the eslalillsViuent of the rutne, with a
variation rommeurhig 22 rods south of tho
point of starting, tbe.iu'uriinuiug south-east
20 nxls, thence south U intersect withroiid
runnhiK east and west 15 rods east of line
petitioned for, and all objections thereto, or
claims for i-ainnge muiit bo filed in the
county Clerk's olBee on or before noon of
the ISth day of Jhily, IK09.
i24S.) '' County Clerk.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF SIOUX
In the matter Cf tho Eatato of Herman
SO'rrcK FOIt I'UlCSKNTATiO.N AND IIEAK
I.SU OK CLAIM,
Sotej Is hereby given to all persons liav
Ins ctainis anJ.aniaiu!s i"iindt ilermn n
Cotdde into of Sioux County, Nebraska,
deceased, tlint the time fixed tor llllntr clitini
against snid estate Is sii iiiomlis from thu
:ird (lav of Jlay . 1). JHva. All suc h personn
are required to present their cliilms with
tho vouchers, to the county Juili?e of wild
county, nt his o"ieo therein, on -or Ijeloro
Hie 6th dav of November IS'TI, and all elalais
will bii heard before the said Jndge on tlie
Mil day of June Ji0, or nfterwurd on the
lli-st day of eacu'rrgular term of said court
during tlie time ihuiled fur tiling claims us
Dated this 3rd day ol Ji:iy lsM.
'(A trim Copy)
IN THE COUITTY COURT OF SIOUX
In The Matter of the Estate of Joseph
S. Dickinson, dr ceased.
NOTICE! KOIt I'UK-iKNTATlON AND HEAU.
lNti OF CLAIMS.
Notice Is hereby given to nil persons hav
ing elnima and deiimnds iiuint Joseph
8. llnklnson, late of Hioux county, deceas
ed, tliat tho time fixed for fllins claims
against sail! estate is Wx months from tho
Jrddayof May lsOT. All such persons are
required to present their claims with the
voucher to tho ominty Judge of said conn,
ty at liUoflice therein, on or beioro the Ulh
day of Novomber ls(, and all claims so filed
will Is-heard before tha suld JndRe on tho
5th diy of June IM or iirt,'r-iird on the flrt.
(lay of each reBitlsr term of suld court dur
ln the time limited (or filing claim as
Doted this 3rd day of May lw.
i Koiwrt w nson
(A true Copy.)
I h.td a little llOV Who HI nanrln AnnA
from nn attack of whooping cough, Mv
neighbors recomiiicnded Chamts-rliiiii's
IVnigh Remedy.- I did not think that
u,,.y '"eoicuia wmiu ne p him, but lifter
ffiving him a fe.,v doses !,( thai remedy I
uoticed an improvement, and
cured him entirely. Jt is the lest conirh
rneuicine l ever nnd in tho bourn J. L
Moore, Houth Dnrfrellstown, Pa. For
le by Dr, J, E. Ptiinney.
J. W. SMITH,
Manufacturer and dealer
In Harness, Saddles, Bridles Sc.
Send in your Harness and shoe re
pairing, and a first class job is
OUR CLUBBING LIST-
TCE SlOCX COT-NTY JOITKNAL and JoCRKAL of AOKICDLTOHE 1 Year,
" . " Twce-A-week World-Herald " '
, " " " " Thrick-A-Wmk-World, (N. y.) "
" Bilvek Knight Watchmn (D. C.) "
" " " Cincinnati Wedcly Enquires,
Tim. Journal will pnhiWi your brand, like
tl following, for $2:00, per ve.ir. Kach nd-
dltionrd brand 75 cents. very rarnier or
raiichieen In Sioux and adjoining counties
should advertise their brands in Tur.JoUH-
KALas il eireulates all over the state." It
may be the means of saving money tor you.
On left side of cattle and on left
shoulder ot horses.
ItaiiKe. on Antelope crck
1'. O., tibilchnst, Sioux Co., Neb.
On left, side, or hip of cattlo,
f .- ":.- On left shoulder of hx-ses.
Itangu on the bead ol Warbonnct
I, j r-Jcr
4 Address Harrison. Sioux Co. Nob.
shoulder of cattle
- v.iSjr' -jiiunire on MUIc Oottennwod
i'O. ., Crawford Nebr.
ADVERTISE YOUR STOCK BRAND
nm fjeiinercsal iank.
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
CAPITAL STOCK PATD
SUKPLUS AND PROFITS
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D. II. G
Many old soldiers now fool Hi e effect
of lhe hard service they endured during
tho war. Mr. (leo. H. Anderson, of Ross
ville, York county, Penii , who saw the
hardest kind of service at the front, is
says, "and firocured a liotlie of Chamber
lain's Pain P.alm. It did n ni,.h nA
that I would likn to know m-i.i- von
Would Chn.rc-A nin fnr una ri,v-.r. l,..ll,...v
Sir. Anderson wanted it both for his own
use-and to supply it to his friends and
neighbors, as every family shnuld have
a iioltle of it in their home, not only for
rheumatism, but lame back, sprains,
swellings, cuts, bruises nnd burns, for
which it, is unequalled. For sale by Dr.
J; E. Phinnev.
Mv son was nflliotcd with rheumatism
which contracted his right limb until he
was unable to walk. After usimr nn
and a half bottles of ChamlierlaiVs Pain
Balm ho was able to be about attain. I
can heartily recommend it to persons
Binierin;; rrom rheumatism. John Snid
er, Freed Calhoun Co., W. Va. For sale
by Dr. J. E. Phinney,
I have been a sufferer from chronic
diarrhoea ever since tlio war and have
used ujl kinds of medicine for it. At
Inst I found one remedy that ha Wn a
success as a cure, and that is Chamber
lain s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. P. E. (Irishnm. Oaars
La, For mle by Dr. J, E Phinney
CH A ULES Uill'IIENOUH
Tlie brand l-oprsented in this notice
' j anil branded any where on lft side
or horses and
( f"n Also the L L brand any whore on
- I loft side of cattle belongs to tuo
The brand represented in this not'.ee
und branded any where on left nidu
:3 of cattle, and over-Ian cut from tb
3 rixht car.
finoiw Al9 ttlts same brand on left thigh of
fyJJ horses, belongs to the undersigned.
luiage near East Springs, south part to
Sioux county. Chaklkh Newman,
THE SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL
Good Hay & Stock
Ranch for sale. '
s nooon Ni.
C. F. Coffee, Vice President.
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, Nr.w Yomc
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, OilAilA, NtJi.
ON TIME DEPOSITS.-
Cures Impotency, Nifjlit Emii-sions
vvaf.tniff diseancn, all effects of
f?P abuse, or excess and
t'i ?-fl " '1XJ' yv " UIl'l
V'"'"!)1100'1 bnl,,Icr' Brings th-s
:' V "7Pinic S,ow t0 Pa'e cheeks ard
PAi restores the fire of youth.
'..vV!iy mail 50c per box, C, boxes
for $'J.OO; with a written giiaran-
bend for circular. Addrca.i,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton A Jackson Sts., CHICACO, ILL.
Sold By Dr. J. E. Plilnncy.
LITTLE" Lllrn bii i
actio and Liver
Bold by all flrnpirleu
or soot by mm'.
'tirvtU Attica! C CLIwjs
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