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OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Geo. D. rnoa.
Entered at the Harrison jiost office
Mcond claw matter.
F18IOX STATE TICKET.
'or Supreme Judge,
HON. SILAS A. IIOLOOJLB.
"or Regents, suite University.
J. L. TEETERS,
for congress. f In District,
HON. WILLIAM IL NEVILLE.
The revolutionists of Santo do Mingo
have over come the federalists in the
Kioto do ilingo islands.
In all probability Hon. John R. Mc
Lean, editor of the Cincinnati Enquirer
will be the Democratic nominee for Gov
ernor of Ohio this fall, with a fair chance
of being elected.
The Ohio Democracy iu convention a
fcemttrd yesteruay, declared inequi vocal
ly for the Chicago platform and Iloo.
W. . Bryan, as its candidate for presi
dent in 1800. Hon. John K McLean was
nominated for Oovernor or Ohio, with
ood chance ot election.
The Democratic campaign fund now
jeing raised for 1800 by "Coin" Harvey
in this state has reached tlx) magnificent
um of marly f 18,000, and will, by the
time the presidential campaign opens
aext year, reach more than 5 times the
above amount, -comparatively speaking.
And every reform voter in Sioux county
ought to appropriate, at least, 1 to that
The nomination at Omaha on the 22nd
inst by the fusionists; ex-governor Hoi
romb for Supreme Judge, and EJson
Rich of Omaha and J. L, Teeters of Lin
coln, for KegeaU of the state University
are an unusually strong ticket and of
course is eqaivalent to an election. Jov-
ernor Ilolcomb has a record as governor
of this great common wealth, for faon-
ty and integrity that cannot lie ain
aid, not withstanding the republics.! ar
gument to the contrary.
The trusts can be destroyed wheaever
the people carry their hostility toward
the trusts to the point of voting against
them. Our remedy, and I believe a com
plete one, can be found in a law which
..will require corporations to secure a li
cense before doing business outside of
the state in which they are organized.
Such license caa be issued upon condi
tions which will squeeze the water out
of Um stock and prevent monoply.
Read the deemratioo of principals en
unciated at Um fatten state convention
At Omaha on Um. tSnd inst, found on an
other page of todava Press-Journal.
They are a declaration of Principals
with mo uncertain sound. We earnestly
hope that every reader of this paper wil l
read them rer carefully and fairly
withoat prejudice as they strike direct
ly at Mm root of every politician evil of
this noUoa and Um arsasnt republican
Judge Sbackleford, in the 8th cong
rewdonal district of Miiassri was elected
Tuesday to fill out Um unexpired term
In congress of Um lata Richard Parks
Btead Judge Sbackleford was the demo
cratic nominee and was sleeted by an
iacrsaesd Majority of Ui over Mr.
Blands vote la Nov., 189ft. The platform
of lbs peateeratic and Republican can
didate was: Prat silver 16 to 1, anti
ZpaaMon, anU-imparialisni and anti
trust; oM atafldard, imperialism ana
Acoordiof to the Lincoln, Nebraska
Poet lbs staU ot Nebraska has purchas
ed voting machines oostiag $300, a
.4.10., aggregatmf fl.tM.OOO,
This maotrias Um tavantioo of Oeorgt
W trooiUU of Dmvst. who has been
ft II fot all jrasrs, associated
HZRISOl-, EBBASKVTHTJBSDAY AUG Ql -rqq
Our Motto- 'NO oiirr.oM ' U 01 -099.
Willi him in tile enterprise
Tucker of Hartford, Conn.
This machine is purely mechanical in
it construction. Tlw regulation art
complete in every detail. Split tickets
cnn be voted as roadily as strait tickets.
Tlie booth stands six and one blf feet
in height and is about four feet square,
giving ample room for voting. Though
made of steel it can be carried about
Thirty-five years ago (his nation
fought one of the most bloody wars,
known in bintory to free 4,000,009 black
slaves. Today General Dates, the emmi
sary of President McKinley, has conclud
ed a treaty with the King of theSulu Isl
ands, permitting that potentate to prac
tice polygamy and serfdom. No wond
er the republican nnrtv lmW riwlnra
that the Declaration of Independence
has out-lived its usefulness.
The deficit in the U. S. Treasury for
the years of the McKioley administration
are as follows:
1W .:..... .18.054,000
Receipts of government revenues, by
years for 1897, lOS, and 1899 ending
with the fiscal y.ar June 30lh last, are:
llie administration hus disbursed dur
ing its term ot three years ending with
the fiscal year, June 30th are: .
Deficit for three years of the JloKin
ley administration $144,978,000. Of the
receipts of the government for the three
fiscal years ending June 30 $200,000,000
was derived from sale of bonds, 876,000
OCW.from Pacific Roads and $112,000,000,
from war revenues, or a total of $388,
The debt of the nation in '90 wa.
Or an increase of $222,08(1,993.
Thus, if the administration of public
n flairs of this nation by president Mc
Kinley commends itself to the people,
who ore obliged to pay a perenpita del
or fit. is an indication of prosperity to
our glorious republic, then deliver us.
While at Omaha last week, we attend
ed the Greater America Exposition and
to us, one of the most novel attractions
on the grounds waa the Hawian concert
on the Midway. Probably the sweetest
music we ever listened to wan heard at
the Hawian Midway concert ani those
who contemplate attending the Expos!
tion should not fail to visit the above
place as it will pay them well.
Another place of interest which every
body should visit is -'A Gold Mine," in
actual opporation. It is a gold mine
minature, showing every process 'of ob
taining the virgin metal from the bowels
of the earth. It is so arranged that
small, mechanical forms of rainature
miners are working in every immagin
able manner, digging and conveying ore
to the smelters. Any body, who has
never been around or in a mine should
be sure, when visiting the Exposition to
see tbat feature of the exhibit which is
interesting and instructive.
Proceedings of Republican Co
The republican county convention met
Saturday last as per call by the chair
The temporary organization was made
by electing H. A. Priddy chairman and
P. B. Bigelow secretary. After the re
port of the committee on credentials,
composed of J. H. Bartell and W. II
Smoke, the temporary organizations
was cm motion made permanent.
The convention then selected the fol
lowing delegates to the different conven
tions. 8Uto-W. H. Davis, F. Force.
Sixth Congressional-W. H. Corbin, J.
Fifteenth Judicial-M. J. CTConnell, J.
The county central committee
then reorganized as follows:
Chairman P. B. Bigelow,
Secretary W. II. Davis,
Andrews C. Christian,
Antelope S. R. Story,
Bowea-J. IL Bartell,
Cottonwood O. C. Tally,
Hat creek Z. F. Antrim,
Montrose John 8. Ashton,
Runaingwater W. IL Hough,
Snake Crack-W. H. Corbin,
Sugar Loaf II. A. Cottraan,
Waroonnet-H. A. Priddy,
Whistle crack-W. & Nicholson,
White RivarThos. Davenport.
Will They Nominate Those.
It was reported to us last Saturday from
pretty good authority that the repub
licans of this county would, in all proba
bility nominate October 2nd, for the va
rious oflices, W. J. A. Raum, for Clerk;
E. E. Livemore, for Treasurer; Franklin
Force, forjudge; probably, Dave Rartlett
for sherriir and either Samuel Jacobey
or Will Smoke for Supt. of public In
struction. After hearing the statement made,
and beinz somewhat doubtful n in
whether it was true, ve scribe made
some inquiry, relative to such a story
going the rounds, and, as to whether the
above statement was a fake or not, we
were told by a gentleman, whose repub
licanism cannot be questioned that he
had heard some such talk, but, he for
one, did not think that W. J. A. Raum,
could get on the republican ticket in
In last weeks items we prevari.-ated to
a certain extent. ' Andrew Christan did
t'Ot go to Cheyenne to attend Frontier
Day, but at the eleventh hour he decided
to stay at home and save his cron.
Mrs. J. II Newliu and Miss Ma M. Sut
ton, expect:; to attend the Institute and
teachers examination in Douglas next
. Jlon. Ly man B. Cooiier, of Lahoute
was visiting at Mr. Church's the last of
last week. On Sunday he called ou hi
Colleague Hon. Andrew Christian.
Ads have lieen placed in the Chevenn
Sun-Leader, the (.'(inverse County Herald
trie American li.mKer and theDnily Bond
I . ...
uuyer, asKing lor t)ids lor the tifiO.
scriool building Ijonds to he issued by
Dist. No. . State Examiner, Henderson
says its a go tins time and the state wi
hid on the bonds. It. V. Moutnirim. t
Kansas City Mo. wanted the district to
give him S32.!i0 for Ukincr the bonds bu
we told him "nit."
The grasshopper hoppith where listeth
and the farmer looketh askance at the
havoc he niaketh and the bare ground
that he leaveth.
Albert Sutton and family, from . Pow
der Kiver is visiting relatives in this
part. He came ostensibly to make Una
proof on his timber claim, which he does
on next Saturday.
Philipp Fries -was cutting oats for
Chris. Christian lastweek.
The harvest came on all at once and
in a few cases binders had to be run on
Sunday to save the crop.
The high wind on Tuesday of last week
caused a loss of grain to several of ou
farmers; the wheat especially being bad
iy inresnea out. In some instances
from i to i being shelled out and left on
the ground. Zekiel.
SCHOOL I.AN LEASING.
The rollowlni? described school lands In
Sioux County will li ottered for learn.
public suction nt Harrison at tho county
treasurers omee, on Sept. 1H 1HSK), boplnnlne
at too r, M., and contlnuclng until all ot said
lands httYe been offered.
inese lands may be leased at an annual
rental of c per cent of the present valuation
by the Hrnt pernoii off erln to tak the same
when they aie caliod for lease at the sue
lion, unless a premium Is offered. In
which ciio the leiure contract will be award
ei to the person paying tho KrouUt am
ount of bonus therefor, falling to receive
a bid of six per cent upon said appraised
value of any of thoae lands, they may be
leased to tho person who will pay per cent
upon the highest valuation, as provided In
.Sc. 15 of the new school land laws.
In order that all interested may have an
equal opportunity to secure leases, these
lands are hereby withdrawn fioni the mark
et until tho begnnlngof the public auction
A portion of these lands are vacant by
virtue of orders of the Hoard of Educational
Lands and Funds, duly in adt, and may be
redeemed If delinquencies and costs are pal
before the land Is leased.
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all ...IH 2S as
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all 311 MM
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all . . .hi-:k-.'i
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all . IS-26 07
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ot 1 UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIG MTV ' - -
IS THE DISTRICT COURT OF SIOL'X COCJJ-
JTICE TO NOX-BSIUEST UEPBKUE.NTS.
tSujmercial Iuventment Ooinmny, a cor
porstlou, J. 8. Lawrence, whose trno chris
tian .name is unknown, Nebraska ccurity
(.uaipany, a corporation, defendants, will
take notice that on the 2nd day of AniruMt,
A. V. 19, Joseph Hoffman, plaintiff, herein,
Bled his petition in tho district court of
8ioox county, Nebraska, agaliut Commer
cial Investment Company, a corporation
J. 8 l-n ronce, whose true christian name
unknown, 'ebruska Security Company, a
corporation, tho objuct and prayer of which
Is to foreclose a tux lion upon the East half
of the North west quarter, South-west quar
ter ef the North-east quarter. North-west
quarter of South-east quarter, of Section
tweuly-cljfht (28), Township thirty-three
(SJi, North of Kangn SJ'ty-four (51j, went of
tho 8th Principal Meridian, in Sioux county,
Nelirnslfa. that the taxes Involved in said
caus'of action are the taxes asHettsed and
levied thereon for state, county and school
(llttrlct purposes for the years van, 1BN4,
for which the same was sold to said pluln
tiir on the 81st day of May, A. I). 1KS7, for
the sum of ;B.44, to have an accounting of
the amount due therefor, and for the taxes
due thereon for the years is(fi, 197, ikih, pm
by uld plain tiff as subrtequent taxes, and
tacked to IUh certincate of sale.
And said plaintiff prays to have said land
sold fw the payment and satisfaction of the
amount found due nnon the same for said
taxes and interest thereon together with
tho costs of suit and cods of sale and attor
ney fee, to bar, loreclose and exclude the
defendants and each of them from all title,
leln, or equity of redemption in and to eald
parcel of lssd and for general relief. You
and CHch of you are further not! fiod and re
quired to answer snid petition on or before
the 11th day of September A. D. 180V.
M. J. OX'OSNELL.
Attorney for plaintiff.
MuKlnley Lannlng Loan and Trust Cora pa
ny, ft corporation, Commercial investment
Company, a Corporation, Nebraska Security
Company, a ororat!on, defendants, will
take notice that on the 2nd day of Anyust,
W!, Sarah Jordun, plaintiff herein, filed her
petition in tho district court of Sioux Coun
ty, Nebraska, against McKlnley Lannlng
Loan and Trust Company, Commercial In
vestment Company, Nebraska Security
Company, corporations, defendants, the ob
ject and grayer of which are to foreclose
the tuie.,jvfjii'ter described.
In idealise of action stated In said peti
tion the' plaintiff seeks to foreclose a tax
lieu tt.p(iHj the sonth east quarter of Section
twenty VS) Township thirty-three (53) north
of raiige atty.flve (Jfl) west of the 6th prln.
olpal mtxidlnn in Moux Comity Nebraska,
that the taxes involved in said cause of ac
tion are the taxes that were levied foi state,
county and school district purposes in the
years ls3, 1M, 1895, for which the same was
seld to said plaintiff on the 8th day of June
MSI", for the snm of S3t,.tW, to have an ac
counting of the amount due therefor, and
lor the taxes due thereon for tho years, IHWi
19", 1808, paid bVHsld plaintiff as subsequent
taxes mid tucked to her certificate of tax sale
and said plaintiff prays to have said land
sold for the payment and satisfaction of the
amount found due upon tho same for said
taxes and interest thereon, together with
the eosits of suit and contsof sale, to bar fore
close and exrludo the defendants and each
of them- from all title, lien or equity of re
demption in and to the sftld land and for
general relief. And you and each of you are
further notified and required to answer said
petition on or before the Hth day of Sept
ember A. D. 18W.
M. J. O'CONNEW,
Attorney for plaintiff.
SOTICKTO XOS-BESIDEXT DEFEN'DA.T3.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK SIOUX COUN
Y. Castle. Dlalntlff. airalnst. SMii r.
afiiiiie, mias L. K. Maine, Ueorgn W. Hester
James O. 8arifnt, DefendanM. To Metta
Muln,vSlla L. U. Maine, and Jnmn (I
Vou and each of yon will take notice that
the above named plaintiff ha filed her pet
tltton In the district court of Sioux county
Nebraska, the object and prayer of which
petition is the foreclosure of s eertaln tax
Hen on tots numbers & aud 31 of blmrk num
ber? of the vlllugeof Harrison, Nubraska,
for the delinquent taxes on said lots for
the years IssB. Itf.M). IHl. lfKM. isos ihim
and paid br plaintiff and her assignors,
and that tke said lots may be mid to satisfy
said lax loin. That you and each of you
msy bcToreclGSed and barred of all right.
Interest, lion, at equity of redemption
111 oi' l isaHl premises. Ton r rannlrni m
answer said mtitlon on or bornm tn.. mm,
day of September IsiiU.
J.Y. Castle, plalntHT.
GRAT Gutiikii, Attorney for plaintiff.
The undersigned is ag
entfor .the celebrated
David Bradley, Wind Motor,
'.improved Wind Mills,
;tlj0 best made. Iam
alHo prepared to fnrn
isli on short notice first
" class "
ramps, Pipes. Wood A Steel Towers.
JMksor snrthlny lu tbe Uuo
' P"f4 repairs, AT LOWEST
Write me for estimates be-
ore contract! na: elsewhere.
You 'will save money by it.
Addrjss-JOUN 8. A8IITON.
Art! more, 8. Dak.
OKT WANTED FOR ..THE LIKE AND
Achievements of ilmini riv ,v..
I .yr.K" n"T' urst IlalHUsd. the
llfthiong friend and sdmltar of the nation's.
"Ct and bnt book ; over WO pages
sxioinches; nesrly luo paces halftone
Big Commioslons. Outfit fra, Ubanne at s
lifetime. Write qnlek. The DoSstnlon Com
psny, Ird floor Cukm Blkg., Gtajsaga.
Hon. Will lam J. or.
iTfie Commercial BaiS
Harrison, - - . - Nebraska.
, GCAPITAL STOCK PATD IN - --0
SURPLUS AND PROFITS - -
B. E. Brewster, President.
Chas. C. Jameson.
D. H. Griswold, Cashier,
CORRESPONDENTS- WESTERX national bank, n Yorat.
I UUJUILdrUllUCIllO. OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Nkb
"INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.-
Final Proof Sotlceg.
All persons havlnir final nrnnf nnti. tr.
this paper will receive a marked copy of the
paper and are requested to examine their
notice and If anv error xlnt nnmrt.
same to this office at once.
NOTICE FOK FCBLICATION.
DEPARTMENT OT THE INTERIOR.
Land Office at Alliance, Neb., Aug. ., 1899.
Notice U hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Inten
tion to make 11 ual. proof In support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Clerk of District Court at Harrison,
Nebraska, on September 16, hM, viz :
of Harrison, Nebraska, who mode IL K. Ko.
4438, for the SW S-W4, N-Ei S-W'i, and S-EJ4
N W!4 of See. 2;t, Twp. 29, N. Range 56 west.
He names tho following witnesses to prove
his cotinuoua residence upon and cultiva
tion of said load, via: '
fiamnel P. nnfTiu .Inhn X Hf.Mt.n .!'
Dwlgbt FT. Griswold and Lewis Gerlaeh, all
of Harrison, Nebraska.
P. M. DyKSiVGTOK, Register.
NOTICE FOU PUBLICATION.
DEPABTMFHT Or THE INTEKIOB.
Land Offilee nt Alllianre, neb., Aug. 8, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settlor has Oled notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
cluim, and that said proof will bo made be
fore Clerk of District Court at Harrison,
Nebraska, on September 16, 1899, viz:
GISOIIGE F. PHILLIPS,
of Harrison, Nebraska, who made IT. K. No.
4m, for theSXS-E!i,8-K'4B-W!4andLot4,
gee. 31, Twp. .Ti, N. Range 54 west.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cvltiva
tion of said land, viz:
Peter Miller, Walter Pitt, Henry Rose and
Nel Engiebrocht, all of Harrison, Nebraska.
K. M. DoHElKOTotr, Register,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of The Interior.
Land Oflic at Alliance, Neb., Aug. 22, 1899.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
numed settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support ol bis
claim, and that said final proof will be made
before Clerk of District Court at Harrison,
Nebraska, on September 39, 1899, viz:
of Rtorv. Nebraska, who made H. K. NO. 3934,
for the S-E'4 of Seo. U, T 34.N.M W,
He names tbe following witnesses to prove
his continuous resldonco upon and cultiva.
tion of sold land, vis:
August Ring and Frederick .Sumner of
Story, Neb., and Jacob Henry, Sr., and Ja
cob Henry Jr., of Montrose, Nebraska.
F. M. Dorkingtok. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Drartmemt of the Interior.
iJind Office at Alliance, Neb., Aug.22, 1899.
Notice Is hereby given that tbe following
named settler has filed notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
cluim, and that said proof will be raude be
fore Clerk of District Court ;at Harrison,
Nsbrnska, on September 30, lss, viz:
JOHN W. TIDD,
of Adclla, Nebraska, who made II. E. NO. 081,
for tha of Seo. 13, T. 33 N. It. M W.
He names the following witnesses to nrove
bis continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
Robert Harrison, John Moseley. Henrv
u. nunter ami nawara j. pelren, sll ot Ade
F.M. Dorrisotoh, Register.
Netiee Is hereby given that by virtue of
an order of sale Issued by the Clerk or tbe
District Court of tbe county of Sioux, and
state of Nebraska, upon a decree rendered
by said Court in fa Tar of American Mortgage
Trust Limited, Is plaintiff, and Andrew J.
Hodge, Desire U. Hodge, wife of Andrew J.
Hodge, Defendants: I will on tbs 16th day
of September, A. D, imm, at tha hoar of I
o'clock p. m., of said day, at the Kast tront
door of the Court House, la Harrison, in
said county, offer and sell the following
described real estate, to wit:
TheS-WXB.KHSeo, 15, aad MMM lu and
8 WM X-IH Sec. s2, in Twp. tv Rang H. to
"Kux county, Nebraska, at pabllo eaetloa,
to tha highest bidder for eask, to satisfy
said order of sale m tks snm or Ma, with
interest st tan psf cant, and cost aaas
UisrUr. siou County, Nebraska.
C. F. Coffee, Vice President
Thb Jouhkal will publish yonr brand, like
the following, for KM, per year. Each ad
ditional brand 75 cents, livery rarnier or
ranchmen iu Sioux and adjoining counties
should advertise their brand. In T Jo"-
S.thClr,uU" Bl1 over tn state. It
may be the means of savin money for yon!
On lef t side or hip of cattle, I
On loft shoulder of horgos. I
iHange on the head ot Warbonnfft
Address Harrison, Slow Co. Neb.
The brand reprsented In tbls netice
and branded any where on left aids
of horses and
Also the L L broad any where ou
left side of cattle belosgs to tks
The brand represented In this aotiea
and brandad any whare on left side
of cattle, and ever-lap oat front fs
Also the same brand on left tklgfc t
bones, belongs to the inlmintt.
Raage near East Springs, south port fo
Sionx oonnty. Csarles Xbwkak.
s. w nkvwT
On left shonldar nr im
Range on l.ittla rntty.n.
, Crawford Nebr.
On left side or cattle aad on left
shon lder ot horses.
Range on Autelope creek
P. O., Ghilcbrist, 8ioux Co., Neb.
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns the follow
ing brand on eith
Also HG on cat
tie and horses
cattle on lertsidn
horses on left
Ranco on Silver Springs and east of slat
Ine. I'ostofllce Harrison Neb
F0r proof to convict any person of steal
ing any of my stock.
same aa cut.
same on right
Sheep, point brand
same as cattle and
Are brand C ou
right side of nose.
Addrosa, David Colviu.b,
Estrar Notice. ,
To Whom It mat oonckrk.
That James Bonrett tbe undersigned did
on tho 7th dsy of Jnly 1899 on kls incloeed
land situated on Running Water, SloasCo.,
One dark brown mare was taken np by
me as cstrayed, said Mare belag mora par
tlculary described as tollows:
One dark brown mare, about three years
n left shoulder.
Dated at Harrison, Neb., this 3rd day ol
LITTLE LIVCn PILL
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