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HA.K.ISOlsr, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, NOV IB -899 !Nrn
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Enter at tbe Harrison post ofllce M
, aK-oiitl class natter.
Toe warship, Charleston is a wreck on
tlie coral reef of the North count of Luic
ob Island.- The craw und marines ware
II lauded wifely.
Oovernor-elect George K. Nash of
Ohio Ua minority governor by "3,000
Ot s. Not much consolation in that
ioe president McKinley and Doss Uanna.
The election, Nov. 8ih, without doubt
deckled for certain lLat Hon. William J.
Iiryan, and president McKinlny will
again be tlie standard bearers of their
respective parties for president in 1800,
Trusts, capitalized to the enormous
amount of 5,0OQ,0,)6.00O, have material
ized since the advent of William McKin
ley into the White House at, Washing
ton. Uood record for the money power.
Should the republican turadJtLfaUb.
ing tbs state etffelion in Kentucky by
fair or foul means, the governor elect,
like Judge Nash of Ohio wilt be a min
. ority governor and will grant littl eoa
r aviation to the national administration.
We see by the World Herald 14th inst
that Judge Westover find J. K. Alder,
Republican candidal of this 15th Judicial
district in their post election expense ac
counts, filed with tlie Sec. of Slate are
respectively $24,40 and $27,05. Not so
The Boers are still bombarding , Lady
smith, with some show of a suceesful
capture of the city and the British sol
itary that sow occupy it Ood igrant
thai the Boers may succeed in routing
tlie entire British army from the (whole
of South Africa,
The latest report is, that Congressman
elect Neville has earned the "Big 6th
.district by 4,000 majority. Whereever
-the campaign was made on nntioaal is.
-eues and the Cliicosro Platform, there it
was that the people got the victory or
.tnads great gains.
South Dakota and Iowa are the only
two State holding state elections this
fall that have made nny nins in the re
publican H v, while New .York, Pen
nsylvania, Kentucky Ohio, Mamuii'hucctts
Colorado, Maryland, West VirRina and
"Nebraska made ereat IVmoi ratic gsius.
" The Aguina'io of tlie Transvaal and
rtiis loyal subjecU, like the Philippine A g
uinaldo and bis people are fighting for a
vtriocipal, but the Queen, like president
ilcKiffley prof loses to rob them of their
freedom or shoo down every Mothers sou
nf "em" not only that, but the govern
tneot of these two great nations are guil
ty of the death of every soldi rxy who
lias laid down, his life in opposition to a
(fieople fighting for freedom. President
McKinley and his cabinet are also guilty
At levying tribute from tlie people of
tltiaaaalon, to carry on an un-Oodly war
against a liberty loving people io tlie
Following are a few of the names cf
gentlemen of national reputation io the
councils of the Democratic party, who
sent -congratulatory telegrams to Hon.
- Wilataoi Jennings Bryan, over the sue
eaful result of the election in Nebsarka:
Chairman Danforth, of State Democ
facy.of N. Y., Richard Croker N. Y. city
Cong. Sulaer, N. Y. city. Norman B.
Mae. Buffalo. N. Y., Clark Howell, At-
laala. Ua. Editor Danels, ami pliuje;
Mayor Phellan, Ban Fransisco; J. C. 8.
Blaakburu, Ky. : Rodgers and an, Wis
O. B. P. Belmoot, N, McKnight o(
Mietk; J. D. wetmore. Ht. Unur; Alford
WCUKtoraia; Callahan of ILtasacbu setts;
Oaetteford of KentiMiky,; John R. BIc
lm, Ohio: ("nto HelU. Iwa: N. Y.
WorM a4 X. 1'. Journal and other.
NOTK: The fusion Candidates spuoas
above tabulated figures.
rH. I Hinuck and ti. W. Tleotor, ware elected by large majorities as Justices of Peacf
for Ilowea prootuut; Ed Mjins and l'rok Johnou ware cleetml Conatablcs for tlie
No Klectlfii rn bold In Snake Creole preolnct at loaiit no roturni have been in ado.
-Total fate cant in Sioux County at tlie Toll
tbsa itic csct In 1HM.
J. Sterotype Morton, of the Conserva
tive Nebraska city, who since, the pon
derous Grover left the White Housa for
tlie duck swamps of New Jorsey, has
with the republican party in Nebraska
gone into obscurity. It is safe to say
that J. Sterotvpe, the Omaha Bee ar.d
the Lincoln State Journal will not care
to resurrect any more of those Bryan
private letters to carry oo a national
campaign, cither in Nebraska or Ohio.
The f usionists made a gai n of -three
additonal district Judges iu Nebraska
and one of them was made in this 15th
district. With the Supreme court out
of the hands of coiponitious and trusts,
and placed in the hands of honest and
competent Judts there is'nt any doubt
about honest decisions being rendertd in
behalf of right und against wrong. One
more effort next fall will clean out the
g. o. ps., in the state administration or
the law rum cellar to garret.
Looking at the recent glorious victory
in a gun'.Tjtl way, thti whole credit in
due to the voters of .Nebraska, for the
noble achetVements won for American
principals, yet we must not forget the
precinct workers, who without pecuni
ary reward devoted so many duys. u ier-
fectiog a most concise organization and
brought to the polls every negligent
voter. All honor to the precinct work-
era Hut we should keep ever tmtare our
minds eye, the tireless energy of our
noble and matchless leader Hon. William
Jennings Bryan, for wherever heard his
magic eloquence aroused all lethargic
voters from their slumbers and infused
into thera renewed vigor.
The democratic gains made in the
varioes state elections this fall will
crush president McKinley io 1900. The
republican party sustained a loss of over
00,000 votes while ' Democracy made
gains, Ohio shows a republican loss of
80,000, votes giving the republican -party
a minority governor. New York ' stale
shows a republican loss of 7,000 snort of
Oov. Roosvelts vote; MassachuceUs re
publican vole over the vote for govurnor
two years ago indiraUa a d!crrae of
80,000; Maryland vote Nov 8th, indicates
a lots to the republicans of that state
17,(10(1; (iov. Mraiiley, two years ago
carriod Kentucky by 13.000, if the re
publicans carried It it will be by les
than one thousand votes, and oot that,
if the IVtmocracy h.td not been divided,
thus show ini; a republican loss of near
11,000, ImiiiiH racy rvery wlu re .should
be juhilnnl, 'ndsboul I renew IjcritfTcrts
in ISO) with r.l iuItfJ.yi4 r.
flrst before their respective opponent iu the
Norembcp 8, 1x09, were 3, or 92 more votes
Order of Hearing on Petition for Ap
pointment f Administrator or
State of Nebraska, I
bloux (kjuvity. (
At s County Court, hild st the County
Court Boom, in . and fwr suld County, hvv.
istti, a. v. m.
Present, Bobert W'ltson, County Jnd:e.
IN Tilt; MATlKIi ot THK LsTAl'IS OF
W.8. JOHN.SON, UKUEAMEI).
On n-adlnt; and flllnit tlie petition of
JAMKS 11. JOHNSON,
praying that Administration of said EHtitte
msy be granted to hlui an Adiiitniitti'ator.
OitUKKt'li, That liuccinber 4th, A. U. tm,
at One o'clock P. M , U iirolg-ned for hear
liig Hulil ietition, who il all persona Intercut
ed in mild ni tttor may sppcai at a County
Court t be held in und for wild County,
and shovr caoe a by the prayer uf tko peti
tioner should not bo granted; and iChut pen'
dency of said putltion and tli'.i hearing
tlwrwjf, be (rl von to nil pi-rn lnterexted
In sa d mutu-rby puhilghiuKS copy of this
ordr In the Ha mison Psta-Ji,LH.AL, a
weekly newspaper pitntttd In said County,
for S ncvmive weeas, yrlor to said day of
. . llOHBUT Wit O-,
- j skal. I County J ndire.
. ' ' (A true copy.) 17-lii.
Aorrnis Mading a net's and dmorlptkm enr
iinklf iMertaln ar opinion fras wbeiber an
iVMUon Is prohalHV patentahl. ConnuLlea.
ttnna strletlr simB d
Handbook on Paumu
sent rres. oineet
t ror aeoinnv pwnia.
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rawnu laien usroon mumn m wj. n
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enlukrn of anr Ktenudn Journal. Tenna. ) a
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b- pH m il one. Tun law. Ojianiga Blank aad
Ibahfna. GaU w wttta. 0 WMO IMTlTUTf .
a BO YEARS'
At dose of our Civil War in i86.
there appeared in the London 'l imes
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 iitdurated down to a fixture,
then that government wiil furniih its
money without cost. It will have all
the mpney 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 Hazzard circular, to
capitalists in New York, and the Buell
Bank circular to United States Bank
ers, both emanating from London, and
the fabulous corruption fur.d 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," durinn and since the
lSpanish War, is the latest evidence
jpf English Diplomacy in shaping the
Eesnny ot tne united states Uovern
Notwithstanding the famine price
f wheat, the Soanish War. and fa.hu-
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 plea
nre and profit.
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All persons having final proof jiotlces In
Utls paper will receive a marked" copy of the
paper and are requested to examine thnlr
notice and If any error exist report the
same to this office at onoe.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Land Office, at Alliance, Nebraska,
November Uth, 1699.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intaiition to make final proof in support
of bis claim, and that said proof will be
made before clerk of District Court at
Harrison, Nebraska, on December 23,
of Harrison, Nebraska, who made IL E,
No. 4251 for the Si S-W'i Sec, 7 and N
N-Wl 6f Sec. 18, T. 83 N., B. 66 W.
He names tbe following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence residence
upon and cultivation of said land, viz:
Samuel J. Leeling, Clem Leeling,
Richard Dunn and Joseph Dunn, all of
(17-W) F. M. LoRRiNOTON, Register.
tUM to the wll
Wtk Ctod 4 Ctarf. . ,
Vfwtf rr IHutlMlara.
"! A PIT A T sTHPT. TJ A TH
C9 SURPLUS AND PROFITS -
B. E. Brewster, President.
CnAS. C. JaMESOX.
D. H. Geiswold, Cashier.
INTEREST PAID ON
NortcF ron puhmcation.
Lano OFKicrat ALLiAscif, Neb. n
Oct. 24, 1899,
Notice Is hereby givan that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intetion'
to muke tiual proof in support of bis olatui
and that said proof will lie madeCleikof
District Court at Harrieon, Neb., On Dec. 2.
of Ardmore, S. 1)., who made H. E. No. 4107,
fortbo JjOUI ami 2, and fyi E!i, Sec. 22,
Twp. 35, N. Range S3 w.
Me names tbe following witnesses to prove
his continuous resident upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
William Bretty, Joseph AsWon, Alfred Lin
berg and Eben ColUUaw, all of Ardmore.
Neb. F. M. iiOURlNliTOX,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Laud Oiilce at Alliance, Neb. v
Oct. 24th 1899,
Notice is hereby given tiiat the fol
lowing-Gamed settler has died notice of
his intention to make final proof in sup
port ot his cm in, and that said said proof
will be made before clerk Of district
court at Harrison Nub, on Dec. 2nd, 1899
of Ardmore S. D. who made H. E. 4124
lor the Hi NEf Sec 20 & Si NW.J, Sec. 21
Twp. 35, N H 64 W.
He names the 'following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upoa and
cultivation of said land, viz:
August Ring and Peter Peterson of
Storv Nii., & i.'laus Chrsstenaen and
JeDS C. Meng of Montrose, Neb.
F. M DOrtRlNGTON,. Register.
XOTICB KOK I'CBMCATION
. S. Land Office at AUlance, Nebraska.
Nov. 14, 1k9.
Notice Is hereby givn that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of bis
claim, and thut said proof will be made be
fore Clerk of District Court, at Harrison
Neb., on Dec. it, 1S99, viz :
WILMEIt W. PHILLIPS,
of Harrison, Neb., who made II. K. No. 4063,
for theSK N-K'4 and Xy, S K1 See. 81, Twp
3-2 N Range 4 W.
- He names tlie following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said lami, viz:
Henry Covey. Nels Kngbiitson, J. W. Hun
terand Walter Pitt, all of Harrison, Neb.
r. M. DOBKINGTON, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
V. 8. 1 And Office at Alliance, Nebraska,
November. 11, 1809.
Notice Is hereby givea that the followtnir-
narned settler has filed notice of his Intent-
Ion to make final proof in support of his
claim and that Said proof will be made be
fore Clerk of District Court at lUT.'son,
Neb., on Dec. 23, i, viz :
of Glen, Nebraska, wno made II. E. No, 4144,
forthS-E4 K-WM NE!4 8W ard Lots J
ai d 3 of See. 18, Twp. M, N Range 01, w.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz :
David Dnnn, Dedrlck Nelson. Peter Nel
son ami Emory Gllmors, all of Glen, Nob.
Also, THKODOBE F. GOLDEN,
of Adnlia, Nebraska, who made H. E. No. 10
for the S-E14 Sec. IS, snd N-KJ4, Sec.
19, Twp. H3, K Range 53 w.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of snld land, viz:
Andrew Procunier and Alva 8. Sexton, of
Crawford, Ndi., and Thomas Holly and Wll'
Ham II. Dnvls, of Harrison, Neb.
- P. M. DORRINGTON, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ..
Land Office at Alliance, Nebraska.
Nov. 11th, 18M.
Notice is hereby given that the folow:
mtr named settler has filed notice of his
intentio- Io make dual proof in support
of his c a m, and that said proof will be
made huiore UI-'Ht of District Court at
Harmon, Nebraska, on Dec. 28, lbW,
of Hnrrlsnn, Neb., who made H. R. NO.
4i7i for I he Sw i of 8ec.5, Tp. 82 N. R.
j.l W. '' ' '
lie timnes ths following witness to
(irovo Dm lO'itinuons residence upon
and rulttvalUm of snid land, vl: '
Cln rbs Riehle. !' Uraoh. Gusla
Noiclsi h and R'.bart L. Keel, ell of Har
rison, .y F, Jo. LOJlRLVITivN. '
- ' 8,000.00
C. P. Coffee, Vice President.
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, New York.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha. Neb.
THE JormfAL will publish vonr brand. Ilka
.v.. w.v", troi rear. x.iw-ii au-
ditional brand 7S cents. Kvery rarnier or
runiihiiiffn In filmiv .in., ..I i.,i i i
t)w f il 1 n i4-1 ii it f mo .m Mn i- ...
saoulda-ivertise their brands In ThkJoiik-
i.i.hb it. vni:uiau;s aii over tue state. J
may be the means of saving money for yon.
On left side or hip of cattle, (
On left shoulder of hnraRs. t
Range on the head ot Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co Selt
CHARLES I'M PHENOL' R
The brand reprsented in this notice
and branded any where on left side
of horses aud
Also the L L brand any where oa
left side of cattle beloan to tha
The 'brand represented in this notice
and branded any where on left side
or eattle, nud'over lap twtt tfrein -the
Also tbe same torsade a left flrtafeot
horses, "bolonrs to tha andaralaiM.
Raaee near Kast Snrlngs. aowth vast ft
Sioux county. -CKAltBS Nbwkak,
On left side of cattle aad ou laf-t.
shocldur ot borses. : -Riuige
011 Antelope creek
. W., GUilchnst, Sioux Ce., Neb.
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns tbs follow
iugbraud on eith
er: Also HQ on cat
tie and horses
cattle on leftside
horses oo loft
Range on Silver Springe snd east -at Stat
Ine. Postoflice Harrison Neb
FOr proof to convict any person of steal
ing any of my stock.
same a cut. .
same on right -shoulder
left thigh. , , J
Sheep, pain t bran A
same as eattle and ,
tire brand C oa
right side of nose.
Address, David Colvilib,
LITTLE LIVER PILL
ache Mtd Liver
Hold by all erngfUte
vr seni oj mail.
SOLD BY DR. J. E. PHINNEY.
To Whom It Mat Cokckbit:
That T. J. Witt, the Undersigned dll fi
the 6th day of August, IMe on his eneloesd
land situated In Warlsinnet precinct, la
sioux county, Nebraska, take up twe bay
Biars as sstraye1, said marcs Ijeluf Suore
particularly described as fellows:
Two bay mares branded
lisimlst Harrison this I"
Kin uay ui wpwjiwi it.
POP. SALE CHE VP 1 -On food amll
beat m' u, will bum era! or woo.
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