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HIarrison Press - Journal.
ec-a.:r,:rIsoet, Nebraska, Thursday, into v. 2, 1899. iro. 15
Our Motto-.-'NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT." Hon. Willlrra J. Bryaa.
Subscription Price, $1.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Gee. D. Canon,
Entered at the narrison pott office u
second clue matter.
FUSION STATE TICKET.
For .Supreme Judge,
HON. SILAS A. nOLCOMB.
For Regent, State University,
J. L. TEETERS.
For congress, 6th District,
HON. W. II. NEVILLE.
For JudTes. 15Wi District.
Win. H. Westover.
James J. Harrington.
Notice That Uncle Sam
Will Protect England.
Fusion County Ticket.
For Co. Clerk :
W. J. A. RAUM.
'J"or Co. Treasurer :
For Co. Sheriff:
-For Co. Judge:
For Co. Superintendent:
J. B. BURKE.
Tor Co. Coroner:
. J. E. PHINNEY.
For Co. Surveyor :
For Coniinx'r 1st District,
JESS C. MENU
Washington, October 27. The position of the United
States ia described in these propositions authoritively.
Translated, the attitude of the United States is that
no "compensation" shall be found elsewhere, no matter
what Great Briton does in South Africa and is as follows:
It will participate in no effort at mediation.
It will participate in no note of interrogation as to Great
Britiarts ultimate intentions in South Africa.
It will regard interven tion by European Powers as a men
ace to the well-being of all nations, and as likely to disturb
general commercial relations.
It believes that intervention would lead to conflict among
nations, thus involving all the questions of national supremacy
disturbing the balance of power and injecting the Chinese ques
tirni, in which the United Slates has important interests.
It will not consent to a change in the conditions of China
without consultation. .
It "will stani at the gateway of Chind"1 as a matter of
national duty to preserve the status quo there.
It cannot be indifferent to any demonstration of interfer
ence in South Africa by any nation not directly involvedin the
Transvaal war. Daily Cincinnati Enquirer".
Vote for Silas A. nolcomb "the best
governor Nebraska ever had."
A vote for Holcorab means a vote for
the declaration of Independeuc.
Vote for John L. TeetErs and Edward
"Rich for Beeents. The University has
been run too long by a republican ring.
Fusion Forces in Sioux
County Take Warning.
The Press-Jotjii.sal, wishes for the
last time, before election, to warn every
Democrat, Populi3t and Silver Republi
can to go to the polls on election day
and do your duty, manfully for the re
form ticket from Supreme Judge, down
to the last man on the county ticket
Pay no attention to fake stories that
will be circulated for effect by the ad
ministration party leaders, who, by their
foreign war of conquest shows them to
be opposed to the principals of the Dec-
-claration of Independence.
Jhere has already f 68,000 been sent
into Nebraska by the republican Na
tional committee to carry this state for
tbe National administration and a man
on the bead of their state ticket who
has filched money from the state,
has withdrawn from the stump in this
campaign on account of his record.
Pay no attention to fake political
stories which will come from the gold
standard republicans to divide our ranks.
Ex-Secretary Sherman's Sentiment's,
Columbus, O., Oct 28. The Columbus Press Pout wired Hon. John Sherman
today when there had been doubt expressed by republican papers as to the authen
ticity of the interview with him. published in the Cincinnati Enquirer, Mr. Sher
man replied as follows:
"To the Fditor of the Prrss post: I am strongly opposed to enforced annexa
tion of the Phillipine islands. We co operated with Filipinos in driving the Span
ish out and should now help them to form a republican jfMvernnient of tlie:r own.
The seizure of any part of the Philipines against their will is a gross violation of
the laws of the nations. Liuily Cincinnati Enquirer.
We wish to warn the voters against
all false reports which the political ene
my may try to circulate against our fu
ioa candidates, pay no attention to any
slanderous story, but go to the polls on
ltxt Tuesday, and register your vote'in
opposition to Mt: H.i nmiisru, and trusts,
Tbe foreign born citizens, in this coun
try having left Uieir native country to
get rid of imperialism and militarism,
will not vote this fall to sustain the
policy of the republican party in carry
out the European plan of oppression of
its wealth producing clans. If there
ever were a peoople in this country who
si ) fc Id believe in tha principal of the
ileoluration of Independence, It is the
Germans, Norwegians and S weeds, Danes
English, Irish &c &c.
The administration's Sulu Treaty, en
dorsing poligainy and slavery and pro
viding an annual anility for the SulUn
and his polijf amous retinue of royalty in
maintaining his vassal kingdom, just so
our old glory, the stars and strips may
float over his runjostys dominions, to
gether with the presidents war of con-
qoest and "benevolent assimilation," and
militutrism, which is imperialism, will
cause Ohio to go Democratic, in this year
of our Lord, besides the fusion vole of
Nebraska will reach at least 20.UUU ma
Among our latest, from the Transvaal
owns the news that 1000 English soldi
er bave surrendered to the Doers, and
ae now prisoners of war at Ladysosith,
The treaty entered into between his
reyal highness the Sultan of Sulu, Uadgi
Mohatnid Womolol Kiran, rulerof 75,000
slavei and 23,000 freed men, and Presi
dent William McKinley of the United
State does not recoup. ze the emancipa
tion) proclamation issued by President
Lincoln on January 1, 1903, guarantee
ing freedom to the slaves in the United
It has been expressly authorized by
President M.:Kinlev, although it is
iUirrant violation of the constitution of
the United States, which declares:
Article XIII: First neither slavsry
floe involuntary servitude, except as
punishment for crime whereof the party
shall have len duly convicted, sriull ex
isi within the United States, or any
place subject to their jurisdiction.
As this's to bo (Air lust issue before
election we wish to cull the attention
of ail tbe voters to the fact that all
hoi ltd make strenous efforts to get our
to the polls on next Tuesday and register
their vote against inilliluristn, Imperii!
Ism and t rusts and in the interest of
s-nod rovernmont and this you will do
n - - w -
by voting for the fusion candidate,
aunt .scratch any out, vole the ticket
lira, M. J. Blewett, and children,
loft for Fondulae, Wis., on laat evening.
tn saenfl the winter at the home of M.
J's paresis, Mr. B., oetoni pawed then
Some Gems From Hanna.
"No nsan in" public office owes the public any
thing." "We know our business."
"Do I look as though I wear horns?"
"We carried every county in which I addressed
"The English Government is as good as oura. "
"Large combinations of capital have existed for
200 years in England."
"The great commercial success of England has
been due to those same trusts."
"These combinations known as trusts are not a
political question at all. They are simply and purely
a business question."
"The trusts have the best men in the country at
their head. I believe in their organization."
"I think the trusts will result beneficially to the
men who work in. the factories."
"What harm can these trusts do to the people of
"The formation of trusts is a step forward."
"They are not intended to increase profits, but to
"Trusts! There's no such thing!"
"I dont know of a trust in the United State."
"I say they are not trusts. If they are, prove it.'
"There is not a trust left in the United States.
There never were more than about a half dozen, and
they all have been dissolved and conrerted into large
"Before I came out here I was told that I would
find a lot of hoodlums. Now I believe it!" Com
ments on a meeting of Cleveland workingmen.
"Go outside and soak your head." A clever epi
gram aimed at a workingman who had asked him a
question. Daily Cincinnati (Ohio) Enquirer.
tThe Commercial Bank.
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
(OCAPITAL STOCK PAID IN - -6
SURPLUS AND PROFITS - -
B. E. Brewster, President. C. F. Coffee, Vice President.
Chas. C. Jameson. A. McGinley
D. H. Griswold, Cashier.
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, Nw Yobs.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Nk.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.-
"The first time I saw Bryan," remarked Richard Croker recently, "le
snid something Ive remenitrei. It was two years ago at a dinner in
Washington. 'Uroker,' siiid Bryan, as we stook talking, 'ever since Lin
coln's time, no matter who was president, Wall Street tins run the coun
ry. It has passed laws that vetoed laws, and repealed laws. It has had its
way almut everything. Absolutulv! as I tell you, Wall street has con
trolled the country. Up to the death of Lincoln, the Washington question
was: Men. Ever since the questioa has been: Money. We have lived
under Wall Street rule for the last third of a renluiy. And I tell you now
went on Bryan, 'that should it ever chance that I'm made president, the
one first thing that my mind's mode up on, never to change, is that Wall
Bireet rule shall cease,' It's true," continued Richard Croker, "that until
Bryan spoke of it, I'd never realize the fact of Wall Streat domination.
But what he said was the truth. And the moment I thought of it I saw it.
That was tbe first thing that Bryan said to me, and it's the foundation o
my respect for him today. He's right. Morel tie's wise enough to see,
with the strength and courage to do what's right. Bryan will take place
with tbe greatest of the Presidents." Tbs Ntw York Verdict
Remember tbat you Cannot vote a
straight party ticket by making one X,
as you did last year.
You must make your X at tha ax-
tremo rgl f of the line whereon appears
the nam j of each person for who m you
wish to vote. Do not scratch out names
of persons you do not wish to vote
for. . . ,
Get a Sample ballot before you vote
and study it until you see exactly where
yours Ts should be mode. If in doubt
about how to mark your ballot, ask one
of the election board to explain.
eegit close of our Civil War in 1865,
thre 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 wiil 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 ot
the world. The brain and wealth of
all countries will go to North America.
THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE
W. -t-r-rTi T r r ? N t-k T llTIT T T" T?
U f.J IKUiIjU UK 11 WILL, JLJV
gTROY EVERY MONARCHY ON
The famous Hazzard circular, to
capitalists in Nev York, and the Buell
Bank circular to United States Bank
crs, both emanating from London, and
'.he fabulous corruption fund raised in
England and Germany, estimated at
Si.Soo.ooo, 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 litest evidence
ot English Diplomacy in shapmg tne
destiny of the United States Govern
ment. 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 per 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-
ire and profit
Final Proof Notices.
All persons having final proof notices tn
Mils paper will receive a marked copy of the
pupcr and are requested to examine thPir
notice and if any error exist report tlie
same to this office at once.
Thf journal will publish your brand, like
the following, for 2 :00, per vear. Each ad
ditional Drand 75 cents. J5vnry farmer ot
ranchmen in iiionx and adjoining; counties
should advertise their brands in The JoLB
mal as It circulates all over the state. It
may be the means of saving- money for you.
Digests what you eat.
Itartiflclall v d Is-cuts the food and aids
Nature In strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gansltls tbe latest discovered digest
ant and tonic No other preparation
can approach it In efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
DyapejMla, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Ml other results of imperfectdlgestlou.
, Prepared by L& OeWrUC.CQteigo. ,
NOTICE FOB PtTBLIOATlCN.
V. S. Land Office at Alliance, Nebraska.
October, 2nd, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has fliod notice of his intent
ion to make flniil proof in support of bia
claim, and that said proof will be lnnde be
fore Oierk of District Court, at Harrison,
braska, on November, lltli, 16C9,
of Montrose, Nebraska, who made H. E. No.
37(58 for the 8W Sec. 9,Twp.S3 N.E.54W.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of Said land, vis :
John Scrres, and Stephen Serres, of Bodarc
Neb. Paul Serres, of Montrose, Neb. and
Dominique Haas, of Gilchrist, Neb.
Also at same time and plitce,
DOMINIQUE II A AS
of Gilchrist, Nebraska, who made H. E. No.
3876 for Lot S N E S Wtf E N W 4
Sec 7 Twp. 33 K. K, 64 W.
Ho n mies the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon And cultiva
tion of said land.viz:
John Serres, and Stephen serres, oi isoaarc
Neb. Paul Sertes, and Joseph Jacobs, ot
Montrose, Neb. F. M. dokrinoton, Register.
On left side or hip of cattle,
On left shoulder of horses, i
I flange on the bead oi Warbennet
Address Harrison, Bloux Co, Neb.
ffT? The brand ieprsentod In this notice
acid branded any where on left side
of horses and
Also the L L brand any where on
left side of cattle beleags to the
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
TJ. S. Land Offlce, at Allianoe, Nebraska.
October 2nd, 1899
Notice is hereby given, that the following
named setfiler nas filed notiee of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made bo
fore Clerk of District Court at Harrison, Ne
braska, on November 11th, 109.
S A It AH M. MONTGOMERY Formerly SAHAn
M. PAItSONS.of Bodarc, Nebraska, who made
H. E. no. 3732 for the 8. W 21 Tp. 33 N. It.
He names the Collowing witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
Henry Zimmerman, Dan Jordan, Chas, F.
Coffee, and William Miller, all of Bodurc,
Also that JOHN COItBIN, of Harrison, Neb.
has died notice of Intention to make dual
proof, at siune time and pi ace, on TimlKT
The brand represented in this notice
and branded any where on left side
of cattle, aud over-Jap nut from the
Also the same branA'eaa MTt Iblgh of
horses, belongs to the undersigned.
Kaage near East Springs, south put fe
Sioux coanty. Chablks Newman,
On left side of cattle and on left
shoulder of horses.
Range on Antelope creek
P. O., Ghilchrist, Siour Co., Neb.
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns tbe follow-
inRbrand ou eith
er: Also HG on cat
tlo and liorsei
cutMe on leftside
horses on left
Ranfre on Silver Sprincs xnd oast of slats
Inc. 1'oslotlice Hiirrlsun Nell
FOr proof to convict any person of stent-
3ulture application o. ioui ior mesn a oi lnR any o my aJOCLm
sec. NO. su, in l wp. ko.oi J. u. s .
He mimes as witnesses:
L. C. Lewis, David Bartlott. William C.
O'C'onner, Chas. Cauienzlnd, ell ol Harrison,
Neb. F. M. DoRMNO on, Register.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
Alliance, Neb., August, 29th, 1899.
A sufficient contest affidavit having been
filed in this office by George W. Leake, con
testant, against Frnk R. Smith, entry No.
6280, made 2nd September, 1830, lor S-W
N E 8-EK S-WX N-EX S-W&, i, N-WH 8E'4
Section 19, Township 26, Range 57, by
Frank B. Smith, Contented, in which it Is
alleged that: Frank R. Smith dtd not
break any part of said land, nor cause the
same to be broke, nor did he at any time
plant any trees or seed, or cause same to
be planted, and tbe said contestant is ready
to prove at such time and placo as nmy be
named by the Register and Receiver for a
hearing in said case; and he therefore asks
to be allowed to prove said allegation, he
the said contentant paying the expense ol
the said hcuring.
Said parties are hereby notified to appear,
respond aud offer evidence touching said
allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on Oct. 94, 1899,
before the Register and Receiver at the
United States Land Office in Alliance, Nebraska-
r. M. DOKRINUON, Register.
same hs cut.
same on right
Mieep, paint nrurA
same as cattle and
fire brand C on
right side of nose.
Address, David coi.villp,
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, ESTRAT NOTICE.
To Whom It Mat Conc.rn:
That F. J. Witt, the undersigned dtd ot
the dth d!iy of August, 1899 on his enclosed
land situated in Warbounet precinct, la
Sioux county, Nebraska, take, up two bar
mares as estrayed, ald mires being more
particularly described as fellows:
Two bay mores branded
Dated st Harrison this
14th day et September IsM.
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