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The Sioux County
HA.E.ISOlsr, ITEBBASKA, THURSDAY, CTTJXj"2" 20, 1899. , ISTO. 5:
Our Motto--' NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT. "--Hon. WWara J. Brjan.
The Sioux County Journal.
Subscription Price, $1.00
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P. B. BIGELOW, Prop.
OFFICIAL-PAPER OF EIOUX COUNTY,
Aito. I). Canon,
Kntered Rt the Harrison pot office as
-second cloos matter.
Boston, Mast., July 15. The post will say tomorrow;
"An uprising of the colored race against the administration at Wash
ing in being organized in Boston. This is Iho seat of the movenirnent that
is proposed whenever the colored peoplo are populous. .
"The. instipUors assort that it will mean the downfall of McKinley,
imperliasro and the republican party.
"The object of this organization is a irvolt at the ballot box. 15nt
thure are those among its supporters who would willingly Like part in an
armd uprising and who were it possible would offer their strength to aid
their blrenglh to aid the philipinos in their struggle for independence.
"On Monday evening the liittt meeting cf tho boston colored auxiliary
of the National Anti-imperialism league wiil be held in St Pauls Baptist
church, Tremootand Camden streets. D-. Jerome W Wylie of Wa:sliinjf
ton, D. C, a writer on negro sulIVriiigs and a president of the auxiliary
movement came from the si-at of government came from the seat of gov
ernment last week and had several conference with Edward A Kinson and
Irving Winslow preparatory to the work of organization. It has now been
decided to establish these branches all over the land. It is taid that the
tip;ort of almost tho entire colored population will be given to tho move
HE CORRECTS AN ERROR.
ATLANTA Cl, July 18. The friends of Wm. J. Bryan in Georgia
and Alabama are worried about the attitude of Senator John T. Morgan
of Alabama who declares that ho objects to Mr. Bryan seriously, bcauso
the Nbra.skan wants congress to order the withdraw 1 of all troops from"
the Pbillipines, a prooition which," Senator Morgan says, "would be a
gaiiibt all the laws of humanity ami which would bring disorder and 6is
grace to this country from which it would not rocover in one hundred
To bring about a better understanding between Bryan and Morgan
.Utor Clark Howell, Democratic national comiiiitUemau, Urged Mr. Bryan
to i lerly set forth his position on the I'iiillipine subject and that Mr Bryan
iias wired as follow' from Humphrey, Neb., which is given out by Mr.
Howell tm Mr. Bryans denial of Senator Morgan's statement.
"I favor tho Bacon resolution, which promised the Filipinos indepen
dence as ooo as a stable government could lie established. I believa
further, that our nation should protect tlra Filipino republic from outside
interference while it works out its own destination; in other words I believa
we should treat the Filipinos as we have treated the people of Mexico and
he people of South and Central America. Monarchies are founded upon
Jorce , but republics are are founded 'upon consent. t
"The declaration of independence asserts that governments derive their
just power from Die consent of the governed. If the declaration is
aound, we can not rightfully acquire title by conquest or by purchase from
alien moorch, whose title we disputed when we furnished arms to the Fili
pinos. "If the administration had given the Filipinos the assurance or lndepon
lence which was given the Cubans thero would have been no bloodshed.
If thataiwturaobe is given now, ho.ilities will cease. No one proposes to
withdraw the soldiers until a stablo government is established, but it will
t easy to establish a stable government when it is known that our occu
pation of the Philippine islands is only temporary.
"Forcible annexation would be criminal and contrary to our coda of
.morality W. J. BuyaN. In Daily Rocky Mountain News.
From McKinley to Bryan
"Mr, Bryan is very much stronger in Nebraska than three years ago'
says Mr. LuiWhart of Norfolk this Nebraska.
Mr. Luikhart isa bank examiner undt-r the present state administra
tion and aa such he bas special advantages in learning the sentiment of the
of the people. He Bays: the German people in ISM feared the silver ques
tioo and voted for Mr. McKinley. They no longer fear the silver question
believing that if free silver was to prevail in this country that it would
not effect them disaaterously. But above all they are opposed to militan
ism and imperialism. They left Germany to get rid of for McKinley In
militarism for themsel veil and their sons. Hundreds of them who voted
1S1HJ will vote against bira next year because of militiarism and foreign
And it is net in Nebraska alone that the Germans feel this way but all
over the west. There are twelve German newspapers in Iowa which op
7osed Bryan three years ago. Recently I sounded the ed iters of these pap
ers aad found that nine of them would support Bryan next year regardless
of the money question because of the position he has taken against imper
isjism and militarism and two of the othero said thev would support him if
the mony question was not made too important. Bryan is sleadly gaining
all over the country and a number of the states carried by McKinley throo
years ago will go for Bryan next year. Sunday Rocky Mountain News.
lion. W. J. Bryan has accepted an In
vitation to sneak in Chicago July 30
when the national committee meets.
Other National celebrities wil I pres
ent at the same time who will assist in
the political organization.
W. J. Brvan according to a special to
the Denver News from New York, con
trols thirty three members of the Demo
cratic national commltte out of 51 follow
ing will show the committeeman from
each state favorable to him:
Alabama, Henry U. Clyton; Arkansas
Thomas C. McRae; Calif on la J. J. Pwyer
Colorado, Adair Wilson; Florida, Samuel
Paecos; Georgia, Clark Howell, Jr.; Ida
ho, George Ainslie; Indiana, John G.
R'l.tnlriand; lowt, C, A. Walsh Kmm,
J. Q, Johmrm; Kentucky, Urey Woodson
pout A it, N. C. BIanclnr.1; Maooota,
T, V. O'Broin; Mississippi, W. V. O'Sul
livan; Missouri, V. J. Stoiie; Montana
J. O. McIIatton; Nebraska, W. II. Thom
pson; Nevada, Clyton Belknap; North
Carolina, Joeephus Daniels; North Dak
ota, 1. T Baker: Ohio, John It. McLean:
Oregon, J. H. Townsend; Pennsylvania,
J. N. Duffy; South Carolina, B. R. Till
man; South Dakota, James M. Woods;
Tennessee, James M. Head; Texas, James
O. Dudley; Utah A. M. McCune; Virg
inia Peter J. Okie; Washington, W. II.
White, Wisconsin K C. Wall; Virginia,
John T. McGraw; Wyoming W. H. Hal
liday. awti-Brtak states.
Anti-Bryan states showing committee
men opposed to him ar as follows:
Delaware, Richard R, Kenney; New
Jersey, T. B. Baker; Now Hampshire,
True I Norris; Vtrnoot, B. B. Small ry
Maine,' Beth (!. Gordon; Connecticut,
Alex Troup; Rhode island R, B. Coin
ttock; Maryland, Arthur P. Gorman.
Dru gists Sundries, .
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Boo its ond Stationary.
2 Yj J.
There will be a ball game in the
afternoon of Ang 2. and wlsoadance
n the evening at Harrison Neb. Kvery
body is cordially invited to come.
liy order of conimittte
The Democratic National Com in i tee
will meet in Chicago, July liOth, and in
all probability will transact very impor
tant business so far as the future prose-
dential campaign of the party will be
Outside Dor tots and Dentists seems
to find a trood field in Harrison to ply
their proffession. Proffesmonal men out
side of our county who niakii a living
from their proffession should not forget
to patronize the Journal wen they come
to tins village to do business.
In conversation, with Mrs. B. F.
Thomas, at the court house yesterday,
she informed us that her brother, Doug.
Hamlin, our old time citizen and friend,
who left here for Braylna, la., couple
of years ago, where with his family he
is purrnenaully located, will make the
race for county Treasurer of AudibonCo.
fa., on the Democrat ticket. Our ac
quaintance with Doug, was limited, but
in our opinion no more honest conscien-
cious man could bo named for the posi
tion, and, above all democracy cannot be
questioned. Mr. Hamlin's many friends
in Sioux county will be pleased to hear
of the honor the democratic party has
bestowed on him and will hope to hear of
his election in November.
M. J. Gyhart ia busy cutting hay
on his ranch at Duck creek.
Miss Rosa Konrath and Lizzie Henry
soent Sunday witli Mr. and Mrs. Jake
J. J. Wasserburger is fencing his
claim he purchased the wire and posts
from the Roinders placo.
H. vVasserburger Sr. and also baby
Harry, wero on the sick list last week.
But are triad to say that they were
some what better at last accounts.
Last Saturday while coming from
Harrison, Mr. Wagner's horse ran a way
both he and his wife were thrown from
the wagon Mrg. Vagner is quite serious-
injured in her side, the wagon seat hav
ing struck her there, and we have not
heard whether she is any better or not at
II. Konrath sold 03 Ivsad of horses to
the William brothers they intend to ship
them to some eastern market. Sauk.
Proceedings of tho Baard of Equrli
zatlou. Harrison N'eb. July 17 l9
Board of ip3lJzatlon met at the clone of
1'renent coinmliiloiier Meng, procanlcr,
Ruhwer and cli-rk.
To procure county revenue for the yar
IWiOthe board hereby make the following
On valuation of tri80.42S.49, for gunerul fund
9 mills on the dollar valuation.
For bridge fund three and seven tenths
mlJiH on tho dollar valuntlon.
Fur noldlcr relief fund three tenths mills
on tuo dollar valuutlon.
On motion the clerk be ind ho hereby U
onlnrl to levy on the valuation of Kowen
bond jirnclnct tho required nnmber of mills
on the village to raise tho amount of STno.oo
for InU-rest on courthuue Ijonds ami SiOO.00
for ulukiiig fuud for court bouse bonds and
commission for collecting same.
On motion the clerk be aad he hereby Is
ordered to levy on the valuation of the dif
ferent school dlatrlcU tho amount locally
niwl and certified to by the proper officials
to be o levied, alo the required number of
mills renpectlvely to rale the amount of In
lerent and sinking fund on school district
llonds and commission for collettlng same
It appearing to the board that a special
tax U necensarv In order to provide for the
payment of outstanding Koad district war
rant and to liquidate Indebtednena against
Ilia followJng road districts the board hers
by make the following levies.
snd C ten tin
1 snd S-tentht
on the assessed valuation of all tho taxable
property within laid diatrlcts.
On motion the clerk be and hn hereby Is
ordered and Instructed to levy village tax
on the valuation of the village of Harrison
whan properly filed and eertled to as requir
ed by lnw.
On motion minutes of session were read
On motion Ttoard adjourned wlthont day.
M. J. HMtWKTT.
c. PHINNEY, Proprietor,
Ron. M. P. Kinkaid of O'Neill will
without doubt be the republican nomin
ee for congress in the big "suth this fall
if ti e trend of the republican newspaper
tali counts for anything.
i M ' ,
Therefore, Tho Verdict for a last word
says again to you the leaders of Tain
mar? Hall: Be for Bryan Declare vou
selves for Bryan. Thus will you be
wi'li your people. Thus and in no oth
er way will you ho safe. Of a verity
if you travel by mich lights as Whitney
will burn Tor your guidance he 11 have
yoa in such swamps and quicksands of
politics as in their mire and ooze would
bog a saddle blanket let alone a man.
New York Verdict.
The undersigned is ag
! ent for tho celebrated
David Bradley, Wind Motor,
Improved Wind Mills,
1 t 11 1 T
tne DeBt made. 1 am
also prepared to furn
ish on short notice first
Pumps, Pipes, Wood & Steel Towers,
Ta iks or anytltimr in t ho linn
of pomp repairs, AT LOWEST
Write me for estimates be
fore contracting elsewhere,
Yr will are'.inoncT'fcy .it"
Admess-IoTIX S. ASIITON",
Aril more, S. Dak,
AGK.VTS WANTED FOR TFIF, LIFE AND
Aeuievernenls of Admiral Dewey," the
World's naval hero, ltv Mur.it ITalHteiul, tlio
llfe-kniK friend and admirer of tho nation's,
lipy. IMggnHi and beat boo k; over D00 piufns
BxWint-hKs; nfturly 1 (SO paues tmlftoiie lllUHt
ratlons. Only il,M). Knonnous demand.
Big Conimlsxlons. Outfit free. Chance ol a
lifetime. Write quli-It. The Dohilnlon Com
puny, 3rd Floor Caxton Blkt?., Chicago.
Final Proof "Notices.
.II peron having final proof notices In
thi paper will receive ft marked copy of the
psyvr and are requested to examine their
notice and if any error exist report the
saifu to tula office at once.
Xotlcc for Publication.
Land Offlci.- at Almahcr, Sxn., June 14, IS09.
Kotlce is hemby given that the folio lug
mtiiied sottlcr has filed notice of his Inten
tion to miike Aim proof In support of his
clritm, and thut said jiroof will bo made he
fore Clerk of District Court, at Harrison,
NiibroKku, on Jnly 22, IS'.KI, viz: Cottlcib
Knoll of Itarrison, Ncbrahku, who made 11.
K.' No. 444;;, for the X S-KU Sec. 26 and St
H 'VH 'rf Keo. 25, Twp. 82, N. Ilimge Bfl W.
lie naiues the following witnesses to prove
hi continuous residence upon and eultlva
tlon of said land, viz:
numue Knorl, A. J. ltogart, Otto Tictze
and Ucorgo Cant, all of Harrison, Ni-li.
r. U. Donais-ITON, Kcglstcr.
ItMHKttCUI,Ti n, FINAL rilOOF-XOTI-;
CE FOU PUHUCl'IOS.
U. S. lanuOificc, Alllsnce, Neb.,
July 19. ISM.
Notice Is hereby given that
KDWAUH L. LIVKKMOrtK,
has filed notice of intention toinake flnul
procjf before County Judge, at his office, In
Ilarrlnon, Neb., on the Uh day of Auffust,
I'M, on timber culture application No. J4DS,
for the HX of N TJi and of H of 8ec.
No. Si, in Twp. Xo. 81, Hange No. K.
He names as witnesses:
David Bartlctt, Charles Cammenzind, U.
f, Johnson aad Alex 1-owry. AH of Harri
son, Neb. . r. M. DOHRISOTON,
I SITKI) STATES LAND OFl lCK,
Ali.iascx, N'xb., June 7, 1899.
A sufficient contest affidavit navlng been
filed In this office by Juy F. Neweomb, con.
teslmit, against llomeiilead entry No. r,2,
made July 10, IWI4, for K'i S-WJ4 snd
S Kh Seel Ion 19 Township W, N. Kunge M West
by Bertha I .an if o Cou testae, In which It Is
alleged that: the claimant has abandoned
the same for more than six months laat
mat and removed her rnsldcnee therefrom
and said tract Is not cultivated nor Improv
ed. Httid parlies are hary notified to ap.
near, respond and offer evidence touching
said allegation at 0 o'clock s. in., on July
14. ISIW, iKifore T.J. O'Keefe, V. 1. Commla.
slonerat bis ofllee In Crawford, Nebraska,
snd that flnal bearing will be hold at in
o'clook . ni., on July 2, 11. befole the
Hiiglstvr and Receiver, at the United states
Land Office In Alliance. Nebraska.
The said contestant baring. In a proper
Blhilnvll, filed Junes, lW, set forth facts
s-hlrhahew that ftr dne diligence, ners
mil service of this notice can not be made,
It Is hereby orili red and directed that such
iotl-e l given by due and proper publica
tion, r. M. DoaaiMOTow,
K0"' BeeTisvtff. '.
Candies, Nuts, Tobacco, Fruits, Dates,
?Kigs, Cakes, Pies, Bread, Stationary
i5J"A Good Lunch Counter in
Sold at Living Prices.
Manufacturer and dealer
Send in your Harness and Shoe re
pairing, and a first class job is
OUR CLUBBING LIST-
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kfciaS ii il(SftX, I(1trai4(4t KKKK(fc1iai
The Jobhxal will publish your brarfd, like
the following, for t2 :00, per year. Each ad
ditional brand 75 cents. Kvery farmer or
ranchmen In Sioux and adjoining counties
s'eould advertise their brands lu Tns Jocjl
Ass'itvelrcalatee''al' Over' the sttetvrt
may be the means ef saving money for ybu.
On left side or hip of cattle, ?
On left shoulder of horses, j
Range on the head 01 Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Nob.
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns the follow
ing brand on eat
tio: Also HG on cat
tle and horsey
cattle on leftside
horses on left
Ranco ok Silver Springs and east of slate
Ine. 1'ostofllce Harrison Nub
The Best Advertising: Medium in
North-West Nebrasa, Is Tho SIOUX
iJhe Commercial Bank.
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
rOCAPITAL STOCK PATD IN -SURPLUS
AND PROFITS -
B. E. Bukwsteu, President. C. F. Coffek, Vice President,
Ciias. C. Jamesox. A. McGi'ley
D. H. G bib wold, Cashier. ,
PnDQrCDnMnrNTC- western' national bank, new York.
f'LUnntOrUnULIl I O. OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Nkb.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.-
Our baby has been continually troubl
ed with colic and cholera infantum since
bis birth and all that we could do for
hia did not seem to give more than tem
porary relief until we tried Chamber
lains Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy. Bine giving that remedy he has
not been troubled, We want to give
you this testimonial as an evidence of
our gratitude, not that you need it to
poverties your meritorious remedy. O.
If. Law Keokuk, Iowa. For sale by B 1
J. E. PMnney.
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Connection and Every Thins
TOST OFFICE BUILDING, Harrison, Tet.
In Harness, Saddles, Bridles &c
The brand reprsented In this notice
and branded any where on left side
of horses and
AImo the L Lbrani any where om -
left side of cattle belongs ta tk '
KarrlMB, Nbr astro.
The brand represented In this notice
and branded any where on left side
of cattle, snd or er-laj) out froi the
Also the same brand on left thigh of
horKS, belongs to the undersigned.
Range near East Springs, south part f
Sioux county. Chmkles Niwmak,
Harrison, Nebraska. .
S. W. CARKT.
On left shoulder of cattle
Range on Little Cottonwood.
On left side of cattle aad on loft
shoulder of horses.
Range on Antelope creek
. O., Gbilclirlst, Sioux Co., Neb.
II 0,000.00? C) '
LITTLE LIVER PILL
tun roATrjs '
CUty Er.e. S.
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