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H-AJRZRISOIN", NEBBASKA, THTJRSDAY, kTUHT'Bj 8, 1899.
Onr otto"NQ QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT.,--Hon. William 1. Bryan.
Bryan's New Boole
REPUBLIC oa EMPIRE?
THE PHILIPPINE QUESTION
BON TON RESTAURANT.
P. B. BIGELOW, Prop.,
Interseting Letter From
The Sioux County Journal
HON. WUUM J. BRYAN
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THE KSPEL OF A HIGHER CIVILIZATION AND BROADER LIBERTY.
TM OSLT DOOX OS TUB SlIMECT.
. AGENTS WANTm
Tax. W. J. Ba.
Ktom4ar; Hon. R. C.
How. IwnRRw Cauxboic
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. nomine n. it Betore utcnutod In book-imblLMnir. 4 wt bonaiu. for .
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-VHtloa, 100,000 opiae. A lar. oot.ro book, beaatlf ul now trr.
I , rur1 B M eech order amowntlng to W book et m tlma, when cash
A IIS-iTT I? Rllk T for the elee-ant, eomplete Prolxrtti.
SSi"JJ ., tmteeee.h Oatat e. a. . lot of mono,, l,Wer to "r.rt onlZirm
rH W '"PO" upon Br Mndlnit tor Outfit with no intention of working, but
"!." jf idle earioeltT, we require! he epplfoent. a a.are.w. .rc.ed faith on hi. part
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TH1 INDEPENDENCE COMPANY, Publishers,
FRANKLIM HUM man CMfrACf.
The Sioux County Journal.
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OF'IOIAL PAPER OF 8IOUX OOUHTV.
Geo. I). Canon,
Entered t the Himlaon )ot offlco an
and olkM matter.
Th doctrine, "gorernment by injunction," will novr come in play to the
republicans of Nebraska in preventing W. C. Curin from breaking into
nence Sheldon starterl thobiUI rolling- with th irBarflr'
Uat th flmt duty of tb committee would bo to brand alt the pops nnd
IlMDocraU in Ui state, so that the people may know "who's who" and
lp posted. Crow ford Gazette.
- Instead of the Committee branding all the demopops," the demopops
have pieced a brand on, Mr. Cavin, so that that Rentleman, in the future
will know that he belongs in a heard all by himself.
Rome of the leaders of the republican (artv now declare that the Doc
foratioa of Independence has become obsolete, claiming as they did, in a
recent expansion maxs meeting in Chicago that new conditions have arisen
sim HcKinley's foreign aggression, assuiulation and expansion policy) that
oaturmlly, relegates so ancient a doctrine; ta the mlity pass. .
That together with their colonial war anHl the Anglo-Saxon Alliance
with England, who sought to enslave the people qJ America, prior to and
ip to 176, the leaders of the republican party of course, will not be mak
ing any patriotic, 4th of July speeches this year. Why, of course not,
they could not do bo and be consistent. Evcrytbingis foreign rlo'nt yer
know; the gold standard, militarism, coluuial expansion, and the enslav
ement of a people, who have begged this government to grant them their
The Joi jlnal, is under obligations to Geo. A. Miles, Sec'y-Treas. of the
Elkorn Valley Editorial association for the minutes of the annual meeting
held at Ainsworth last week June 3. The members of the association will
please accept our thanks and we hope that business in the olllce may be so
arranged another year that we too may be present to participate in the duli
beraUoas of the next association meeting.
Following are two resolutions offered by Editor Bobert Good of tle Val- '
ntine News-DeTnoorat, at the Editorial association meeting at Ainsworth
last week, which will moot the approval of every country editor in Nob
Moved by Robt. Good that it is the sense of this association that no
patent medicine advertising be accepted by the members for a less price
than their regular rates for display advertising. Motion carried.
Moved by Robert Good that no candidate, either for the nomination or
election for the legislature, be given the support of any newspaper pub
lished by members of this association unless said candidate first pledges
himself to vote against any bill looking toward the reduction of legal rates
or printing. Motion earned unanimously... ,
"County Clerk Blewett, of Sioux county, came down from Harrison
Saturday night, lie had blood, b loody blood, in his eyes, and a blank
petition in his inside pocket. He spent Sunda"y in an endeavor to get sig
Mr to the petition, which was in the form of a remonstrance to be for
srarsVtd to Governor Poynter, protesting against the appointment of W, C.
Caven as a member of the State committee on brands and marks. The
oreheadedne of these Sioux county pops has reached a degree that ren
ders them truly ridiculous. Crawford Gazette. , . ' .
The above, just at present, applies to the Itannacratic organ of the Fisher
OfteSo-stripe. The sore-beadednetw of the Sioux county pops, have been
healed arid where there was one sore on a pop's head in Sioux county, there
will be two on every republican head in Dawes County from now on who
(eried in Mie traitorous acts of Mr. Cavin toward the populist parly,
(which he acted witb until tbe close of the representative convention last
fall and because he could not get a single vote in that convention for the
nomination of representative, deserted that party in the interests of the
hero of Can p Thomas, Hon. A. G. Fisher, the republican nominee) because
it would vary materially bene lit the republican party. Hie acts however
corro berate tbe fact that he is a genuine llanna republican.
AOIHTn WANTED-FOB THE UV AND
AehteveaiewU of Admiral Dewey," tb
werM'snrrti rtre. Bv Herat Hatoa4, the
1lrkfvi rrie4 a4 alnjrer of ike aation's,
4cA. Mfvset eatt best book! over 000 psges
internet; nearly K pages half tons must.
reOoa. Only 91 A fsornwus demand.
VaUafliMsilaillea. Ontflt free. Chaneeola
"Smtm, Wrt teaaiek. The Dominion Ooai
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Manila P. I. April 24 181)9 6
. Dear Father. ' 6
As we have been relieved for two days and have come to town O
to take a rest for those two days I will avrite you a page or two to let you
know that there is still a war in the PWlippine'8 and when that is said I $
Uont know what to say next, yes come to think about it I am still on a X
gun-boat but since last I wrote I have been transferred from the "La Guna ?
De Bay" to tbe "Oeste" und not only tbat but have learned the signal code 1
and I am chief signal man on our boat and chief cook too, so you can see I F
am not idle all the time, you ooght" to see me cook canned beef and
"beans" I am a professional by now ais you may know a man can gradu- Z
ate in tht line of cooking in two orthrea months. Now I will tell you of $
one of our many fights. . i 6
On April ninth a brigade numbering 1500 men consisting of a few men O
from most every regiment was formed and it and our three gun boats plac- O
ed under command of Gen. Lawton, crossed the lake to take the city of St. O
Cruz, which the Spaniards had never taken we took it in one hour and lost S
but one man while their loss was over four hundred and at the same time 5
we captured six boats from thorn all they had on the lake. , Ttiat was quite X
a'surprise to the Spaniards. I will try tr draw a map picture or what I
ever you may call it s.) you can see where we were and how the move was 1
made, -1 ' ' " Z
After tiiat we went back to old place at river doing patrol duty that 2
is to take a sail around the shore once in a while and see what is going on 2
and if we see any thing that Jon t suit us why we do a little investigating 2
on our own hook. - 6
But the other day We found something we did not investigate we got O
within about two thosand yards of the shof and they shot at us with a P
couple of cannons the shot struck the waier about one thousand yards O
before it got to us ho they gave that up ai.d tried a few volleys with their X
rifles but done no damage hit the boat once out of about five hundred g
So we just went on by without answering their fire but the boat that X
relieved us today went over to call on litem with two naval six pound 1
guns and two gatlicga so by this time ''nine o'clock in the evening" I guess T
they are sorjy that they spoke,' now come to think of it, it is just one year
ago today I joined the Army and today as I was walking down escotta 2
I heajd a couple of words that sounded familiar one was "home and the $
other was "discharged" it seems to me tbsit the first mnans place of abode 9
or place where old friends and associates are at and where most sensible "
paople want to be so one of the boys says" and, the other dischared mean- P
ing relieved from duty or sent away was spoken together with sixty days O
can it be possible that we will be relieved in sixty. Oh no dont tell me f$
- mat, . That would do to tell to a new hand at this business but not to an 5
old soldier I have mart up my mind tr 'soldier .; two years and after that
probabily "soldier" the-restof my life buf not in the army if in an army
at all it will beCoxsys army' or the Sal vision army, first tfiingTam gOfnf
to do when I got to civilation is hire out to some body and quit next day
just to see how it is to have that prirelige left.
Well I will close for this time hoping this letter will find you all as
well as I am just say "Hello" to all my friends for me and tell thorn that
if this discharge business is on the Square I may call on them for a meal at
any time "Beans Boiled"
Your son, Harry Christensen. X
Co. A 1st S. D. Volunteers, On board gunboat Oeste. X
or Government Money.
Mr, r. Ketcham of Pike City, Cal.,
aye: "During my brother's late sick
neaa from sciatic rheumatism, Chamber
lain's Pain Balm was the only remedy
that gave him any relief." Many others
have testified to the promdt relief from
pain which this liniment affords. For
ale by Dr, J. 15. Fbiimey,
At close of our Civil War in 1865,
there appeared in the London Times
the following :
"If that mischievous financial pol
icy which had its origin in the North
American Republic during the late
Civil War in that country, should be
come indurated down to a fixture,
then that government viil furnish its
money without cost. It will have all
the money that is necessary to carry
on its trade and commerce. It will
become prosperous beyond precedent
in the history of civilized nations of
the world. The brain and wealth of
all countries will go to North America.
THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE
DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE
STROY EVERY MONARCHY ON
The famous Ilazzard circular, to
capitalists in' New York, and the Buell
Bank circular to United States Bank
ers, both emanating from London, and
the fabulous corruption fund raised in
England and Germany, estimated at
$1,500,000, were the agents that se
cured the closing of our mints against
The "walk into my parlor" policy
of England, during and since the
Spanish War, is the latest evidence
of English Diplomacy in shaping the
destiny of the United States Government.
Notwithstanding the famine price
of wheat, the Spanish War, and fabu
lous expenditures of ; money by our
government during the past year, gold
has increased in value eleven jcr cent
and all other values decreased in the
For a thorough understanding of
the money question, or silver issue,
the Cincinnati Enquirer has uniformly
given evidence of its ability to teach,
explain and produce all facts and
truth. It is a paper that ought and
can be read by all classes with pleas
ure and profit. .
Is a blooded, black Norman,
high-bred, 4 years-old; his
weight 1.300 lbs. CONK will
make the season, 1899, at the
residence of Jerry Will, 3$
miles north of Harrison.
" JTfcRMS: $4, to insure and
money due when Mare is
known to be with foal.
Will try to prevent all ac
cidents, but I will not be re
sponsible should any occur.
Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Fruits, Dates,
?Kicrs, Calces, Pies, Bread, Stationary
&STA Good Lunch Counter in Connection and Every Thing
ol,i ..i T r. ' . '
owu u.1 ijiing x rices.
POST OFFICE BUILDING, Harrison, Neb.
jSamtriii iiet.tlTaanea. TrMlaaaMa
n sain Uimt past
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
FINE WORK A SPECIALTY
STRICTLY CASH: NO EXCEPTIONS.
The Sioux Cotnty Journal and Journal of Agriculture 1 Year, - fl.75
gj " " " " " Twice-A-week World-Herald " - 1.70
3 " " " " " Thrice-A-Week-World, (N. Y.) " - 1.70
9 " ' " " " Silver Knight Watchmn(D. O" - . 1.75
S " . '' " " " Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer, " , - 1-58
Tng Jocskal will publish your brand, Ilka
the following, for 2 :0O, per year. Each ad
ditional brand 75 cents. Kvery tarmer or
ranchmen In gloux and adjoining counties
should avdTertlse their brands In Tna JoCBv.
hal as it circulates aU over ttia state. It
nay fee trie means at anviue; money for you.
FRANK 5UTTO. ,
On left side of cattle aad on left
boulder 01 horses.
Range on Antolone creek
P. 0., Ghllcbrlst, Sioux Co., Neb.
On lf(t ido or hip of cattle, I
On left shoulder of horaca. 1
an Re on the head ot war bonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
8. W. CAREY.
On left shoulder of cattle
I Range on Little Cottonwood.
PO. ., Crawford Nebr.
ADVERTISE YOUR STOCK BRAND
Tbe brand rcpraented in this notice
and branded any where on left side
of horses and ,
Also the L L brand any where oa
left side of cattle belonari to tlui
Tbe biand represented in this notice
and branded any whereon left aide
of cattle, and over lap cut from the
a, paef rini ear.
Also the same brand on left thigh of
horses, belongs to the undersigned.
Kaage near Kast Springs, south part to
Sioux eounty. C'hakxks Newman,
THE SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL
Good Hay & Stock
Ranch for sale.
Thenndersigned is ag
ent for the celebrated
Davip Bradley, Wind Motor,
Improved Wind Mills,
il 1 i -a -w
me Dest marie, l am
also prepared to furn
ish on short notice first
PImm, Wood k Steel Towers,
Taafcs or anrthlnir in the lino
Wimmp repairs, AT LOWEST
Write m: for estimates be
fare contracting elsewhere,
Von will save money by it.
imaioux 8. aSHTON.
nnThe Commercial Bank.
(p CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN
SURPLUS AND PROFITS
- - SlO.OOO.OO3. C)
- - 8,000.00 cF
B. E. Brewster, President. C. F. Coffek, Vice President.
CaA3. C. Jameson. A. McGinley,
D. H. G iswold, Cashier.
'luPnDDUCDnNnrNTCi WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, New York.
trLUnnilorUilULlI I o. omaha national bank, Omaha, neb.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
ROAD KOT1CK TO LAND OWNKUS.
To all Whom It Mat Concern :
The commissioner appointed to locate a
road commencing at the north-east corner
of the north west quarter of the north-east
quarter of Hoc. 9, Twp. 82, Range M, running
thence south one mile to connect with east
& west laid out road, has reported in favor
of the establishment of the same, with a
variation commencing S42 rods south of the
point of starting, thence running south-east
20 rods, theuc south to Intersect with road
running east and west II rods east of Una
petitioned for, and all objections thereto, or
claims for carnage, mint be filed in the
county Clerk's office on or before noon of
the 15th day of July, ism.
M. J. BLKWKTT,
(-.) County Clerk.
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