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HABBISOIT, IsTBBISKZA, THTJISIDJL 30, 1899. 3STO.
Oar JUtto-'NO QUESTION IS CVCR SETTLED UNTII.W 18 SETTLED RIGHT."-Ho. Willi J. Bryae.
Sub riptioa Print, fl.00
fo ietproveaseat in senator Hayarard's
physical eonditioa is reported by tite dai
ly papers of hioeoia aoJ Omaha, up to
tint of eoinjf to ares. Tliey do, how
ever, continue to wy the Senator is a
vtry nick man.
or ttOWX OOUMTV.
liro. II. CuHMh - - - Kdltor.
Littl change m reported in the British
and Boer war ia Mm Transvaal. Lady
luith, Mafakintf and Kimberly, ar
till holding out against the Boers. May
Ood bleas tha Boers in their ttTort to
uetaia and maintain their freedom.
t Uia II
a lit attar.
TheLouMvilla(Nab ) Weekly Kicker,
prohibited from being entered a second
claase matter at the local post c ly
( neaawiitoaers rrwMiBft.
Board f County Coinmlsvlouars laet a
per call of Clerk.
Present, eemmissloner Meag, Proeuaier
and Bdhwer and Clerk.
Un motion Hoard adjourned UJI a. as.
Nov. -a, law.
, M. J. TILE WITT. Clerk.
IWnr4 met pursuant to adjourn-sent.
frmeat commissioner Meat, rroeaaier
sue BVAwer and dirk.
On motion thecouiity Treasurer Is hereby
ordered and iiiHtrncted to transfer the sum
ef II71J1 from tlit! IlrMgu fend ef 1WS, and
VUUM I -. frnm th fMHnttf M. .till
partisan republican J"""". "'" tani ot lvm, a..;i.w from the serial Debt
fundi to the General fund of 19f.
The following claims agtlnt Siuux tn-
ty were audited ami ai:wed and on motion
warrants orderAe drusa on the General
fund of H for same:
Geo. D. Canon, printing pnbUklng .'
help of a partis in post office department
at Washington, til after election,; and
thereby compel liag iU editor to pay
16c a pound in order to have his paper
go to the readers of the Kicker through
the U.S. mails instead of lc a pound as
other papers. Uowever, since Hon. W ,
J, Bryan is a birder man in Nebraska,
than president Murk Haam is in Ohio,
the postal authorities at Washington
have consented to jiermit the Kicker to
pass through the nails on a pur with the
g. o. p. lederation, country news paper.
The renublicaa miijoritr in State of
New York, in
im. was 240,00
im 9, 30
Tta majority in 4 years 3S3.M
Or, an average yearly loss to the g.
o. pa iu the four year, HH.i& ten.
In reatity Ohio was lost to the repub
lican party by 50.000 votes, aot witli
standing the iidinioistration candidate for
ajoveraor was elected.,
ICeaiaeky, even though the retmhli.
rui caaftdate (or gaveroor should he de
clare' electee' aai inaaperated by Qa..
Bradley aa4 bis state malita, whether
right or wrong, there in a loss of near
35,000 vote to tlte Mcllanna gold stan
dard, high protection wava trut treating
p;rty of imperialism aaa" fureio ag
Maryland, well, there is a dear loss to
ttte part) , who are opposed to the Dec
laration of Independence, of 20,000 votes.
Pennsylvania, Boss, Q'lay's own state.
where republican corruption in politics
rains supreme, are short U,00 repab-i,.-.n
i-t. si no ItMno says honest
Jvtse Waaaeniaker, .
The very thing the republican party
condemned ex-president Cleveland for,
under his administration; the pardoning
of criminals and seeking to destroy and
debase our silver currency, president
McKinley and his cabinet is now emulat- s. iibbct
AuKust Meier, wood far rasper
rreniont Tribune, Stutlaaury
Tbeuuis Holly, services as aaeiit
M. J. Rlewctl, delivering ballots
J.B.Tucker, Judge of election
1 L. Ktaudenmuler - retarn
T. C, Iswls "
L.C, Lewis Clerk
Wlter Smoke " "
ft i. Leuling Judge of election
YtkA Stnmnier " "
o. '. Story " "
A. I, King Clerk BeUrns
8. it. Blory " "
J. It. Buruill Judge "
Ueorga Uerlach ' "
There sessis to be lots ot tiekcei-g
around tuaoountry tla's faii.
9mall pox seems to be rafr'asg in the
eastern states this fall; something like
500 cases ig reported in oae town in Ken-
Henry Piekenbrock took a business
trip ta the county seat last Tuesday.
Martae Gay hart Jr., canw flown from
Eldgeiaont last week where be had been
working with Johnson's bridge gang.
Eewrett Stuart the Sqauw creek school
teat jar went to Crawford Friday to visit
wMb relatives there, he returned on Sun-
Theo Piekenbrock left for the Pine
Si4 Agency Tuesday .
Willie Marking has been over in Wya.
taking some cattle over for Chris Ruf
fing which h id eorod back to their aid
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ruffing spent a few
days with their parents last week.
DIED: Monday the 2Mth at the home
of Peter WiedenOeld Frank; Miller Sr.
of typhoid fever he leaves two daughters
sad one son. They have the heartfelt
sympathy of their many friends here.
Old Massachusets, th-t seat of learning
and the birth-place of Faneiiil Hall, Call
tl, "t be Cradle of American Librrty.
were shurt; election day to the g. o. p.
trust and nr.ilitiary party of J5.000 votes
which, of course must be significant to
that the people of
Mjtssachutes are sickining 4 the party
arha are opposed, to freedom and the dec-
iaraUua af Ind. peii'lence.
lawn. 4(4 not n ake T g' over
lias 194M election and on account of Sen
ator Gear, wishing to succeed himself,
and a Mr. Cummings. who was making a
liard fight for tlie election to weed Mr.
Gear brought out erery republican vote
in tha stata, on the other hand candi
date White, the Democratic candidate
was a defeated candidate once before
aud benca was an uapopular candidate,
Houth Dakota, of course made repuWi
irains. (Hit the reform parties d ine little
or n.i campaigning and lost the stte by
an eg party voU.
Colorado, stands pat,' and will lie on
hand in 1900 with her usual oiajority
for Mr. Bryan and free silver.
Nebraska, every laaly knows about It
and will be all O. K. in 1900 look out for
Wrger majority than ever.
IVatocracy afUr all have great reason
to be thankful for tlie bright prospects
that luome up on the political horizon iu
luOO, Every true reformer should stand
ly principal, and net yenr assist in a
glorious victory for tlia people.
ing that unique freak ot tlie Jersey auck
swamps. Every body knows liow the
president and his trust cabinet are work
ing to denionitize half of our metallic
curenfy and in less th in three years. Mr
McKinley has Pardoned 19 criminals of
every description and commuted 128
of every description. Mr. McKinley
is helping Wall Street Gofincially just
like Mr. C evelunil dsL Thus it h a
paralel policy, excepting, probably, Mr,
Cleveland would have oijHed an Anglo-
Siiion alliance with KagbMid. and the
Phihpine war, hence, the choice if any
would be in favor of the ex president.
There will be more gobbled up dinners
today than for the past yenr.
Tlie Knights of Labor, In their General
Assembly meeting held at Boston, on
the tl inat, ptisaed resolutions condemn
ing the national administration for its
Philippine, policy, also censureing the
president for his enmity against organi
zed labor. Following is the resolution:
RgBOLVgo-That, The General As
sembly of the K- of U condemns the
fori ign policy of thi National Admin
istration in its effort U subjugate
the Phlipinos by conquest, and op
poses tlie extention of our teritory
or government beyond tlie limiu of
this continent as contrary to Anwri
cao ople's interests and the inter
ests of the great mass of working
people. Daily Cincinnati (O.) En
W.H. Oavls Clerk
W. It. Marateller"
Harry Hrowu Jadge
11. S. 1-urks "
B. O. Stuwurt
A. L. Saxtou Clerk
ChKs. U.Urove "
l.ouU Wolillteter Judge
V. M. Hall
S. J. Schaefer "
Henry WerU Clerk
AlUsrt Hill "
John Henry Judge
J. J. Waerborgtr elk
Chaa. Jlemun "
J. H. Cook
W. A. Nation elk
J. r. Cook "
. gwlnbank Judge
p. 1. IUenburg "
Kobart tlnrrlson elk
II. O. Jordan "
" a re tarns
" I returns
Crocker Says M Kinley
Is M Head of Trusts
V. ljicrone " rr,uro"
Shlply elk "
W. S. Mcolson "
Prank Strutton Judge ' 4 returns
.. 1,. Wllwn " "
U Kay elk
A. liarton " "
J. Weber Juilge "
A. K. Gate. " " returns
Dennis Mornn " "
Chan Ulppert cia
W. II. Johnson
I). H, Grlswo'.d
John I. Davis "
M.J. Hlewett " "
O motlou Board adjourned till 8 a. m
M. J. Blewett, ciers.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 24.-
Richurd Crocker, on the eve of his de
parture for Europe todav, made some
rather serious charges against president
The Tammany leader said that Mr. Mc
Kinley is at the head of the greatest
trusts in the United 8tates. Tlie recent
Gage deal in bonds was cited to bear out
Mr. Crocker roosted the trust geoer
ally and asserted that the president's
cabinet is nothing more nor less than a
L'igantic trust comistny. Daily (Denver)
AtiKKT WAMTKD-IOlt ..THE 1.1 Yf. AND
,.,,i..i..,.,..t. ur Admiral Dewey' the
world's naval hero. Bv Murat llalstead. the
iire lonu friend aud admirer of the nation a
iii.ii. ii, vMt and iM'at book; over faW pages
ariotimbe: nearly 100 pages Uulf lone must
rations. Only Knoruioua uemaiiu.
iiv I'm.iuiliuilouB. Outfit froe. Uianceota
lifetime. Write quick. The Dominion Com
piny, anl KUwrCaxlon Blkg., Chicago.
FOR SALE CHEAP : -One good small
luntinir alove. will burn coal or wood
Apply at this ofllce.
ONer ef Hearing on PetlUoa for Ap-
( pointmrnt of Administrator or
iJhe Commercial Dank. 1
CAPITAL STOCK PATH IN - -
SURPLUS AND PROFITS - -
H. E. Bev.wster, President C. F. Coffee, Vice President.
Chas. C. Jamesoit. A. McUinley,
D. H. Gbiswold, Cashier.
WESTERV NATIONAL BANK, Ntw Youic
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Nm.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.-
State f Nebraska,
Hloux txjunty. 1
At. n i!oimtv Court, held at the County
ftmrt lUom, in and for suld County, Nov. j
Mtii, A. I. W.'J.
Present, Uoliert Wilson, Coaaty Judge.
IU XllK MATl'KK ul' TI1K KSTATK OF
( I W. 8. JOHSSOS, IJIvCEASKD.
Ob reading and flllnK the petition of
J AUKS B. JOHSiiON.
praying that Administration of said Kstate
may be granted to him as Administrator.
Oli'JKKKK, Tlmt IKiceniberHh, A. O. ISW.
at one o'clock 1". M..U a signed for hear
ing said petition, when all persons Interest
ed In said niitter may uppeat lit a County
Oourl to be held in and for said County,
and show cause why the prayer of the peti
tioner should not be granted ; and that pen
dency of said petition and the hearing
thereof, bo glvea to all persons Interns MM
in said matter by publishinaa copy of this
order In the H Kisos I'Kgss-JoUKiUL, a
weekly newspaper pilnted in said Coauty,
for 3 iid-eeetye sweas, srlor to said day of
Her. -Ing. ;,' .
' . BoRlliT Wll O-,
liiKAL. I county Judge,
' (A true copy.)
NOIJCr rX)M PUBLICATION.
Lino orncr at AM.IANCC, Neb.
Oct. 41, WS.
Notice is bereur gtvun that the following
nituied settler has filed notice of aU intetion
to make Bnul prof In support of his claim
and that said proof. will be made Cleik of
District Court at Hurriaou, Neb., ou Dec. L
of Arxlinore. 8. D., who made H. K. No. 4107.
fortlie ImIh 1 aim 2, aud bi N Eii, Sec. 13,
Twp-33, N. Uange 55 w.
He names the fwllowing witnesses to prove
IiIn continuous resideuc upon aad cultiva
tion of snid land, viz:
William Bretty, Joseph Asbton, Alfred Lin
berir aud Kuen Cullstoaw, all of Arduiore,
Neb. T. M. DOKEINUTON,
Final Proof Koticei.
All persons having Bnnl proof notices in
this paper will receive a niurked copy of the
paper and are requested to examine their
uotlce and if any error exist report the
same to this office ut on. c.
Taa Jocrval will rmolisb your brand, like
the following, for g2:00, per re.ir. Kach ad -ditiouul
urauU 75 cents. r.very tanner or
ranchmen iu Hioux aud adjoining counties
should advertise their brands in Tllx.lols-
SSLas it circulntCH all over the state. It
way be tau means of saving money for you.
CtfAltI.F.8 ill KH I.E.
On lei t side or hip of cattlo, j
On left shoulder of horaes. i
I Range on the head ol Vfaruonnet
A4lress Harrison, Slour Co. Neb.
TIM II Kit CUI.TURK. r I N A Ij ruwf-Jo-
TICE FOB PUI1LCATIOX
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Alliance, Neb.
Oct. 24th 1899,
Notice is hereby given that the fol-lowiug-camed
settler has Died notice of
his intention to make Haul proof in sup
port of his caim, and that said said proof I
will be made before clerk Of district!
court at Harrison Neb, on Oec. 2nd, 1818
of Ardmore 8. D. who mode H. E. 4124
lor the 84 NEi Sec 20 & Si NWJ, Sec. 21
Twp, 6, N R 54 W.
Ue names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upoa and
cultivation of said land, viz:
August Ring and Peter Peterson or
Story Neb., & Claus Christenaen and
Jens C. Meng of Montrose, Neb.
F. U DORR1NOTON, Register.
A CIALTCU ATTAU
' hat btta rnidad to thm wll
ess ciuTcr) cniT.
WHh Stool Ml hut.
WHt Fr Fturtawslara.
lltrnson Neb. (
Nov. Mill, lH'JV
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment.
I'rcsent eoniinlssloner Meug. JTocunier
ml Rohwcr and Clera.
The claims of Jess and Sant Crawford oi
12 J.'. for bridge lumber were audited and si
lowed and ou motion warrant ordoreo drawn
on kridce fund ol lavs lor amount of same.
The claim of Um Xnrelsch for use ol scnooi
house lor ejectiou purposes was ou motion
Tbu claims of John riunaew auu uu
Noridsh for services on coroners Jury was
on motion laid over till next meeting.
The following claims were audit- d and al
lowed and on uiollon warruaia ornereu
rfm.u on tienoral luud of lsW, for ainouni
E. Eoliwer services as Co. Couihmoticr I2 00
A. I'roeuiiier " " "
J.C.Mei.g " " " 600
Ibo aRldavll of It. Oompart relating to
his taxes was presented en on motion re
The aindavlt of (J. J. Martin, sauioru nni,
U. II, Hodge, Ernst Buuge, Joe l.udwlg and
I. r. Antrim relative to their being Illegally
assessd, snd showing that they had pal
said taxes under protest, was taken up and
on uiOtln the county Treasures it hereby
ordered and instructed to refund to tach of
said partlea the amount shown to be Illegal.
The Koad petition of Uraut Uutbrte and
others K.klng that Couaty Koad No. 44 be
vacated from the North west corner of Sec.
II, 1'wp. 31, U. W, to a point tarda uorth of the
North west corner or the South west quar
ter of said section II, and tlmt a public road
be established, commencing at ald last
mentioned point and running due west to
rods thence dse north to connect with flrst
stret't Iu the Village of Harrison. Also thst
a county road tie established commencing
at the north west eorner of Sec. II, Town
ship 31, Range M, running thence due norih
to the right of way of the V. K, A M. V. H. It.,
thence North west parallel to said right-of-way
to a point intersecting the road peti
tioned for above was taken up and after
due consideration the Hoard flud that all
the land owners along tbu line of said road
to bu vacated and established havo consent
ed to ssbl petition and there being no objec
tion to the wine:-On motion It Is hereby
ordered that the prajrer of petitioners be
and the saroo ishsreby granted. r'
On motion JeS Hewetl Is hereby author
ize to furnish Nloui county with 14 ions of
Coal nta.MIper ton.
On mot on hoard adjourned without day,
, II. J. BI.KW KIT, Clerk,
l 8. Land Oltlce at Alliance, Neb.
Novem er, ill, Sr9-
Notice is hereby given that
VIRGIL H. 8TONK,
on behalf of the heirs of Jeffrey M. Stone,
deceasru, has nied notice of his luteiulon
to make final proof before Clerk of District
Court al his offlee in Harrison, Neb., on
the SBth day of Dec. IsW, on timber culture
application No. for the 8-W . of Sec
tilon No. Tt, In Township No. , N Range No.
lie names si wltnflHc:
UrantUutbrie, George W.Hester, Virgil A.
Hester und (llto TIetze. all of Harrison, Ne
braska. V. M. DOUIUNUTOS, Register.
CHAKLKS L MPHENOl'R
The brand reprsented In tbls notice
and branded any e here on left side
of horses and
Also the L L brand any where on
left side of cattle belongs to the
The brand represented in this notice
and branded any where on left side
of cattle, and over-lap ut from the
Also the same brand on left thigh of
horses, belongs to the aiideralgne4.
Range near East Springs, soot port le
Sioux county. Cbaklbs Nbwmar.
On left side or cattle and on left
sbou Ider ot horses.
Range on Antelope creek
, Ghilchnst, Hioux Co.. Neb.
NOTICE rOli PITIH.ICATION.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
V. 8. Land Office at Alliance, Nebraska.
Nov. It, ln.
Notice Is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his iuten
tlon to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Clerk of District Court, at Harrison,
Neb., on Dec. 43, 1899, vix :
WILMKR W. 1-IIILLTPS,
of Harrison, Neb., who made ll. a.. o ts,
for tbeS'4 N und N!i 8 E Sec. 31, Twp.
n N Range S4 W.
ii.. ........ tua followlnr witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of suld land, viz:
Henry Covey. Kels Kngbiitson, J. W. Hun
ter and Walter Pitt, nil of Harrison, Neb.
T. M. DORRINGTON, Register.
V. S. Dand Office at Alliance Ndb.
Novemlier, 21, lew.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named seltler has filed notice of his iuten
tlon to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Clerk of District Court at Harrison,
b., on Deo. . 1"W, vis :
FRANK II. WRIGHT,
of Harrison, Neb., who made II. E. No, 1115,
for the H e's ", N 9.E, and E H E!,
Sac. tT, Township 31, N. Hrnge w.
, He names the following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence upon aud cultlva
tlon of said Ijind, viz: ,
William L. Hoyt, Henry Warneko, Charles
Camenslnd and John L. Davis, all of llarrl
AlNOth t KOIIKBT WILSON,
of Harrison, Neb., hits filed notice of Inten.
turn to make 0 nal proof at the samo time
and place, on timber culter application No.
IMS, for the N-E'4 of Sec. No. II, in Town
ship No. SI, N. Range No. 67 w.
He names as witnesses:
William I.. Hoyt, Henry Warneko. D. M.
Sutton and Grant Guthrie, all of Harrison,
Neb. V- M- DORRINUTON, Register.
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns the follow-
lugbrsud ou eith
er: Also HQ on cat
tle and horses
cnttlo on leftside
horni-s on left
Range on Sliver Springs and east of stat
Postomce ll arnson no
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office, at Alliame, Nebraska,
November 11th, WW.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has Hied notice of his
Intention to make nnai prooi in siipcon
of his claim, and that said proof will lie
utiide before clerk of District Court at
Harrison, Nebraska, on December 23,
of Harrison, Nebraska, who made H. E.
No. 4351 for the 8 8 WJ Sec, 7 and Nt
N-Wi of 8ec. 18, T. 88 N,, R. 5(1 W.
He names the following wilneKsea to
prove his continuous residence residence
upon and cultivation of said land, vis:
Samuel J. Leeling, Clem Leeling,
Richard Dunn and Joseph Dunn, all of
17-) F. If. DotiUNCiTON, BT'tr.
NOTICE roB PUBLICATION.
' U. S. land Office at Alliance, Nebraska,
November. II, I8W.
Notice Is hereby glvea that the follewlng
named settler has filed notice of his Intent
ion to make final proof in support of his
claim sad that Said proof will be made bo-
fore Clerk of District Court at Harrison
Neb., on Deo. 23, W, vlz:-
of Glen, Nebraska, wno made H. K. No. 4144,
rn. ih. t-yii N-WU NK'ilWU and lx)ta 1
and 3 of Sec. I, Twp. tfl, N Range fig, w.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion or said land, viz:
pavld Dunn, Dedrlck Nelson, Peter Nel
son snd Emorr Glltnore, all of (Hen, Nob.
Also, THEODORE V. GOLDEN,
of Adella. webraska, who made H. E. No. low
for the WH S-E'i Sec. IX, and W N-E'4, Sec.
19. Twp. S3, S Range 53 w.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vis:
Andrew Procnnler and Alva 8. Saxton, of
Crawford, Neb., and Thomas Holly and Wil
liam II. Davis, of Harrison, Neb.
V. M. DORRINGTON, Register.
" NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Alliance, Nebraska.
Nov. llth, 18W.
Vntira Is hereby Ifiven that the folow
ins; named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before Clerk of District Court at
Harrison, Nebraska, on Dec. 23,
r.t Tl.rriann. Neb., who made II. E. NO.
4475 lor the Sw i of Seu.5, Tp. 32 N
He names the following witntaaeg to
prove his eontinuoitii rwiMence upon
uoil cultivation of an id land, vie:
Cliuriea Biehla. Oerlacli, Ouatava
Noraiach and Rohart L. Kael, all o I nar
rieon, NU F. M. uoWHNtrr-n.
FOr proof to convict any person of steal-
ng any of my stock.
same aa cut.
same on right
Miecp, paint brand
ssme as eattle and
fire brand C oa
right side of nose.
Address, David colvillr.
LITTLE LIVER PILL
old by all arnggtstt
I or sent by mall
jNarrtU IMM Ce CaMaf
SOLD BY DR. J. E. PHINNEY.
Digests what you eat.
Itartlflcially dlifotU tb food and aid!
Nature In trenKthenlnf and noon
trtietlng the eihauited dlgeetl o
ant and tonic. Bo other preparation
can approacb It In fllclenojr. It In
tantljr relleTes and permanently cure
Dnpepila, Indlgetilon, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Hauaea.
all other reeulte of Imperfrdtfeetlos.
rVaaarae ay . ft OeWtt aoa, chilli t
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