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H.KyISOnsr, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, IMIAY- 25, 1899.
Oor Motto--"NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT." Ron. William J. Bryan.
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The Sioux County
Bo. W. J. BSTAH.
How. Akdrew Cabxigik.
Bryan's New Book
REPUBLIC cr EMPIRE?
THE PHILIPPINE QUESTION
HON. WILLIAM J. BRYAN
Hon. Andrew C-arnefrle. rVn.tir.
Hoar, VMt, AJIen, Whila, Uor
suan. Bacon, alaaon, Dnnl'-I,
Cbilton, Butler, MoLaurin. Till
man Uam. Tutu., TaII .
L UIBT: HOB.. II II JMinmn I7m 11... -1 II IJI.I TJ .-. , .
!C?. T' . ., 'J "" ' Adema, Prof. DbtU Starr Jordan, Uen'l Weaver, Hon.
UHI Sahara, Barn I Compere, Viva. Am. ted. of I-al.or. and others.
mi sosati.xot CEMTCnT iMreRIALISIfL.KlLABS.GOT
rTTVLK,p'"1'"' "l'l. """5 W IMA" lM, and ni.poeM to thaCojistitullon,
P l r";1". tna Declaration of Independence, and all the moil tacrcd Uocuiuio ot our
Kioablle aa haaded down to us tij oar Father.
THE GOSPEL OF A HIGHER CIVILIZATION AH 3 ESOADER L13E3TY.
. . TBK ULV BOOK US TIJ? faBJECT.
IllapMfawljtlliiatnted, frtrina; beanttfol half-ton. portraits of Mr. Bryao and the other con.
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THE INDEPENDENCE COMPANY, Publishers.
FRANKLIN PMUHC. r!C:0.
The Sioux County Journal.
BnlwxTiiition Prico, fl.(X)
OFMOIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
o. D. Canon,
Intxrad m the nrrion Jjont ornco rt
neand clam nutter.
)BON TON RESTAURANT.
r. 13. BIGELOW, Prop.,
Jcandies, Nuts, Tobacco, Fruits, Dates,
e?Kipcs, Cakes, l'les, Bread, stationary
VITA Good Lunch Counter in Connection and Every Thing
Sold at Living Prices. -e
l'OST OFFICE BTJILJ)rXG, Harrison, Xeb.
Tho nji(dlo-of-the-roi(l populists in
their national committee mautirjp; at
Kansas city recently dacUred aaibst
onfusi with any party in 1000.
The National Democratic committee,
meet in the city of St. Louis today and
in all prohability will outlina the policy
of thu party -for the presidential cam
paign of 1900.
S- nator Tel ir, of Colorado, in nn in
terview in Monday's Rockv Liomitaio
Daily News makes declaration that Hon.
W. J. Jiryan it) his candidate for presi
dent in the 1900 campaign.
The Rev, Col, Foghorn is Growing
- - . . . - .' . PiiHitDt Ohir. "
Editor Valley Democrat: You see I am a regular fighting preach
er of the Cromwell sort. No man oor rue either can tell where my polly
ticii begins am) religion luaveM off; that is peculiar to British political
religeon. But like brother Bill Mi Kinley'a it always tginfi and eadu in
the Republican party. That's the kind me and brother lhil got at that
Ohio camp meetio'. If 1 rentcinlier ri-ht, brother JIarU Haony got religon
t llio name camp m:elin', with a dollar mark on it. I 11111 mighty anxi
ous aSout brother Bill, 'siace that Rosting speech. J am afraid ho will in
jure bis health, laying awake nights, wailing and sympathizing with the
widowgand orphan he id making in the Philiieens. In my mind's eye I
tan ee him, too full for utterance, of roast pig, caf and turkey, on bis
virtous couch weepin' and wailin' like Rachel wcepin for her children,
orer the Philipinoso he had to have killed. And it all comes of that detny
gog teacbin of Torn Jefferson in that silly old Decleration of Indypendence.
It never will do; It would overtbro the good gennywine Anglo-Saxin
English Spekin' British political religion of Chinese Gordon. Cromwell,
llavelock, Kitchener and Salisbury, that me and brother Bill got at that
cmnp mectin'. That good old John Bull sort, that happilies the goul when
yoti have to kill one haf tho hethen to save tha other, in the languaga of
the immorUl Shafter and Falstaff of Amenky. Like Cromwell in Ireland,
like Havelock in Injy, and brother Bill and Otis in thel'hilipeens, we bave
to kill um fur the good of their children. It is a mity comfortin' religion;
it comes down in strait succession from that "defendor of the faith," Hen
ry VIII. It wade him onxpeekbly happy, whea he had to bave bis wives
beads chopped off. The day Annie Boylin was killed, be went out under a
tree, with tbe dogs, to go a huntin', like Orovor Cleveland. The signal
tbat her head bad fallen was a gun, and then he and the dogs and all went
off pel well on the hunt I speek of this to comfort brother Bill in his
affliction: at a pius example he might go a huntin' too. Ashe lies there
weepin' and wailin' and naahiti' his teeth over them fool Philieinoso, that
haint got no more ense than to titan up before Otis and his men, like tho
fool Americans did before Pitcairn and Gage at Lexington, Concord and
Bunker Hill; he can think of, Henry VIII. Their blud lie on Tom Jeffer
son's head and on the bed of them Senators tbat opposed brother Bill and
brother Hanny. I want to exort brother Bill to hold Taut to the faith, put
bis trust in pure, undefined Anglo-Saxin, English speekin', British political
religeon, that happifles the soul, even when you have to kill haf the heeth-
or any body else to save the rest I would say, brother Bill, remember
tbe marters for tbe "whit man's burden;" remember Hunry he VIII, and
Cromwell and Weyler, and Otis. They had to kill um, to govurn 'em "haf
' tleril and haf chile." He might send for Kiplin, that "sweet singer" of our
British Israel. When I read Kiplin I am as onspeekably happy as when I
read the "Songs of Soloman." Yes, we must help John Bull tote bis 'white
man's burden," if necessary tote John and his burden loo.
Just think of the trouble Tom Joirerson's foolishness has ment for us
British preachers, Cnrnels and Bishops. It licked us all in tho revolution
and again in the war of (813, and we bave still to fight to annex this coun
try to Canady, to take upour "white mans burden." It put our John Bull
Anglo Bxin British political religion and preachers right down on a level
with all tho rest, and made us, in tho language of Mark Twain, root hog or
die. That reminds me that the gable end of my pants is gittin mighty
gauzy. Somelbin' must be done for me, and mighty quick too. I want
to go out and preach and take up collections for Hie tombstone Shaftor ex
pedition. I want all the good sisters to organize sewing socities to raise
money to send me as a missionary to tho heethen, that Brother Hill and
Otis dont kill. Or If they have to kill 'em all, they can send me to preach
their funerals. But ro, brother Bill, Shater, add Otis will do like tbe
British do in Ingy, always leave enough to raise something worth taking
from thsni. If my health don't break down under the strain, I hope o be
' able to centinue these pastoral letters, for the edification ot brother Bil I,
toother Mark Haony and the rtst of the brethren in our British isreal,
7h right Riv. Cou Jacob rounoaw. 8V. Louis,) Democrat and Jonrnal
The political complwlion in Ohio at
the present time indicates that the re
publican party in that state will have
u rocky road to travel, if Sam Jones, the
"golden ruler" candidate is not given
consideration at the btate convention
which meets at Cleveland, next month.
As the Verdict (N.Y.) says: There is
ittle difference between the administra
tion of Mr. Cleveland's last tonn and
president Mc Kin ley's. Cleveland was
elected ou a tariff platform and be call
ed an extraordinay session of congress
to tamper with the finance question,
psosiilont McKinley was elected on the
gold standard platform as soon as he was
inaugurated called congress together in
extraordinary session to repeal and re
vise the tariff law of the country two
artful dodgers. -" ,.
A SOLDIER IN MANILA.
A soldier in Manila write his father
thus as appears in tho Bonton .Evening
Transcript of April 15th :
"I dont think I would miss the truth
much if I said more nou-co'tibalanls have
been killed here than actual native soldi
"I don't believe the people in the
United Strifes understand the inhumane
warfare now hting carried on.
"I don't expect to bave war without
death anil distructiou, but I do expect
that when an enemy goes down on his
knees and begs for his life, that he wont
bo shot in cold blood. But it is a fact
that the order was nrt to take any pris
oner, and I have seen enough to make
mo ashamed to call myself an American.
Our Dumb Animals,
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J. W. SMITH,
Manufacturer and dealer
In Harness, Saddles, Bridles 8c
Send in your Harness and Shoe re
pairing, and a first class job is
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY
STRICTLY CASH.' NO EXCEPTIONS.
8 OUR CLTIRRIKPt LIST. 8
Is a blooded, black Norman,
high-bred, 4 years-old; his
wei ghfc 1 , 000 lbs. CONK will
make the season, 1809, at tho
residei'co of J eery Will, 3
miles north of Harrison.
TLfiliS-4, to insure and
money j jjl tie when Mare is
KIlOxvIi'lQ DH Willi IOai.
Will try to prevent all ac
cidents, but I will not be re
sponsible should any occur.
Tub JOUHNaL will publish your brand, like
following, for $2 :(W, per roar. Each ad-
tional brand 7,1 cents. Jtvory iarmfr or
climen In BIoux and adjoining eoontitis
t'aouia advertise their braiida la TheJouh-
XALas ft circulates all over the state. It
nifty be tho menus of saving money for you.
Following clipped from the daily
World Herald of issue of 22nd inst show
how tho commercial salesmen in con
vention at Hastings this state last weak,
feel regarding the trusts a ud combina
tions which are forcing hundreds of
them out of a job which they have fitt
ed themselves for by years of hard labor
but are now compelled to seek a livele
hood in other fields and thus force others
out of employment &c. &c.
Whereas, The grand council of
Nebraska has noticed wit! great
distress nnd alarm the rapid forma- ,
tion of Trusts now in progress in
nearly all lines known to commer
cial transactions, and that the time
is at hand when commercial travel
ors, individually and collectively
must use every effort in their power
to impede tbe progrees and wipe out
of existence formations that are tak
ing from us situations for which we
have spent years of time and toil,
to prepare ourselves; and that we
stand ready to assist to tho best of
our ability in any movement that
will relievo us from the influence of
that well-known tvraut the trust.
en c tor the celebrated
David H'Tladley, Vvtnd Motor,
Improved Wind Mills,
the best made. I am
also prepared to furn
ish on Khort notice first
Pump, Pipes, Wood & Steel Towers,
Tanks or anything In tho lino
at pump repairs, AT LOWEST
Write me for estimates be
fore contracting elsewhere,
You' will save money by it.
AcpiijB-JOIISr S. ASIITOX,
Awl more, 8. Drik.
Stato Siiridar School Conven
tion. The Nebraska State Sunday School
Couvention will be held in lloldredge
June 13-13, 109.
Every Sundav School in the state is
entitled to one delegate for each 100
members or fraction thereof. In addi
tion to these, tho Pastor Is 14 delegate
ex-oflicio, and an alternate should bo
elected in case of his inability to attend.
Entertainment will be provided for all
dolegates presenting proper credentials.
Reduced rates of one and one-third
fare on the certificate plan have beori
granted- by all the railroads in the slaU.li
An excellent program Is in prepare'
li(lAI NOTICE TO LAND OWNEMS.
To AiL Whom It Mir Coxcsitx:
Tho coinmlHsloiicr appointed to locate a
rand coi-imciiciiig; ntthe north-east comer
of the imrth-weBt quarter of the noi-tb-east
quarter of sc. 9, Twp. 82, KaiiRe 53, rumiinf?
tbuneo louth one mile to connect with cu.it
& writ inld out road, ban reported In favor
of the Mtabliahruent of the ami), with
variation commencing 242 rods eouth of the
point cf stnrtiug, theneo running south east
20 roc , thence south to lutemect with road
runniiiir east and west IS rods east of line
petitioned for, and all objections thereto, or
claim! for ('milages must be (lied In the
coiuilr Clerk's office on or before uoou of
the Ihtn day of July, vm.
,1, it. J. BLKWETT,
(42-i.) County Clerk.
IN Tjys COUNTY COURT OF SIOUX
In the'matter of the Estate of Herman
NOTIOfc KOII PRESENTATION AND HEAR
!'i Olf CLAIMS.
Notion Ih hereby given to all persons hsv
Ihg claims and demands ng-ulnat Herman
tijeddo luto of Woux County, Nebraska,
(Inceuacd, that the time fixed for dllnif claim
ftipUtiat wild ei-tuto is six months from the
UA i!V of May A. I). Bsti). All such person
ae required to preaent their claims with
tie vouchers, to the county Judge uf said
nounty, at his ofllee therein, 011 or before
tlie 6th duv of November 1809, and all clalun
will bt beard be) ore tlm said Judge on the
Ha Qsy of Juno IMffl, or afterward on the
(,rt Say of meli rf"liir term of said court
uriic the time limited for Ulliitf claims
Dated this Jrd day ot May 1RM.
(A true Copy)
AGSKT3 WANTKD-POIt TI1 E UrI AND
Arklevemente of Admiral Iewey," t.h
World's naval horo. II v Mnrat llnlatrad, the
rife-loci friend and admirer of I lie tu.i.lrm'a
Schools should elect de!oiates af Mol. )llKst and beet book; over too pages
once. For copy of program and blari' .VMnthes; nearly loo pares tmiftone iiiuat
credentials, address. J Htlons. Only l,o. Enormous demand
' Wightman, secretary, JUetlsie. Wrlteqnlck. The Dominion Com-
auia, i-icuroaaaw .ysn,eiu riuvr v.axton uiag., taioago.
TlilT Plrril-V nnnTV TriT-O- , r nA Trmr . r C A . w
vu.. 1 ui,n..i. uu uuiM ji, ui AumuuLiuttn i xoar, 51.7 tj
" ' " " " TwiCE-A-wcr-'K VnBrn.rfi-ir, inn H
" " " " " Tiirice-A-Week-World, (N. Y.) " - 1.70
'' ' " Silver KsroHTWATFtM-c en n 1
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UNCIXNATI EEXLY ENQUIRES, " - ff
On left side of cattle uud on left
shoulder ol horges.
Range 011 Antelope creek
i O., Ghllchrlst, Sioux Co., Neb.
On lef t. aiiln nrlllti of puttie. )
PS On left ahoulder of horses.
uanga oa lue neau 01 arooimn
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
I The brand renrueiitefl In thia -nr.,,....
i'fcftVJj branded any where on leftaie
I fCJ.'ii'o of horses anrl
JJS Also the L L brand any where o
fx left side ofcattle belongs to the
j The brand represented In this notiee
i 8J and branded any where on left side
53 of cattle, and over lap cat from tbe
Alo the ame brand on left thiga vt
hortes, belongs to the undersigned. ;
Uange near ast Spriugs, south part (0
Sionx county. Chables Nbwmih,
aaaaaaa a W MliEV
SjyjOn left shoulder of cattle
fcti Mfffl" Little Cottonwood.
ro. .. i rawioru sesr.
ADVERTISE YOUR STOCK BRAND
THE SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL
Good Hay 8c Stock
Ranch for sale.
n hi lit i
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
(OCAPITAL STOCK PAID IN - - $10,000.00!
Cr& SURPLUS AND PROFITS - - 8,000.00
R E. Brkwstkr, President. C. F. Coffee, Vice President.
Chas. C. Jameson. A. McGinley,
D. II. G iswold, Cashier.
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, Kiw Yobk.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Nice.
INTEREST PAID OxN TIME DEPOSITS.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF SIOUX
In The Matter of the Estate of Joseph
S. Dickinson, deceased. .
NOTICE 10I PRESENTATION AND HEAR
ING OF CLAIMS.
Notice Is hereby given to all pwsons hav
ing claims nnd demands sgainst Joseph
S. Dlekiiison, late of Sioux county, deceas
ed, that the time fixed for filing claims
ngulntt ald estate Is Six months from the
Srddayof May 1899. All such persons are
required to present their claims with the
vouchers to the county Judge of said conn
ty at hU office therein, on or before tho fith
day of Noveinlwr 1HM, and all claim ao filed
will Ire beard before the Bftld Judge on tho
5th day of Juno 181I9 or afterward on tho first
day of each regular term of said eourt lur
lug the time limited for filing claims as
Dated this 3rd day of May 1S09.
. Kobert Wilson
Seal, j County Judge.
y ' (A true Copy,)
I had a little boy who was nearly dead
from an attack of whooping cough. My
neighbors recommended Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. I did not think that
any medicine would help him, but after
giving him a few doses of that remedy I
noticed an improvement, and one bottle
cured him entirely. It is the best cough
medicine I ever hod in the house. J, Ik
Moore, South Burgettstown, Pa. For
sale by Dr. J. E, Pbinney.
Cures Impotency, Night Emissions and
wasting diseases, all effects of self-
abuse, or excess and indis
cretion. A nerve tonic and
blood builder. Brings the
pink glow to pale checks and
restores the fire of youth.
By mail BOc per box, 6 boxes
for ft.50: with a written trnaran-
tee to cure or refund the money.
Send for circular. Address,
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton A Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILL.
Mold By Dr. J. B. rkinney.
LITTLE LIVER PILL
ache and Llvor
Mlt-AR COATftO. .
ISold by all mijrlat
.aa ana. . a I
nm a-r I
ma h 1 a, 1
or sent by mall
Nentts Mefjavjl Ce., Cfctssse
Hold By Dr. J. E. Phiity.
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