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ECA.K.ISOIsr, IsTEBA-SKIA., THUBSDAT, DEO. 7, 1899. TO. 20
NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT.' Hen. William J. Bryan.
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Xigaatic combination of trusts, a weil-icformed article is printed in the
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theory ; when the Dreyfus aflair Is in everyone's mouth, the best story
of Dreyfus and the great case comes out in this magazine.
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Entered Mi the Harrison yot office a
4M'.Otld cIam ir.KlUtr.
Nebraixa City, Nkii , Dec. 5. United
states Senator Hayward passed away
peacefully at his home in this city at
6:15 a. m., after a brave Strugs' for
Jife sin- November 9, when he Buffered
ok third Ktroko of paralysis as ha was go
ing home from his oflke. World-Herald.
OUT OF BKSI'KCT OP 8E3TA
TOK HAY WARD'S
Headquarters Nebraska National
Guard, Adjutant General's office, Lin
coln, Nab., Dec. 5. Ueneral order No.
First By direction of liU excellency,
tha) governor, the following proclama
tion is published for tha information and
guidance of all concerned:
"By the governor of the sIhIo of Ne
braska: A proclamation to lite people
sof the-stute of Nebraska: Monroe L.
Hay ward, senator of the United Stales,
diedat'tus home in Nebraska City, Nob.,
at 6:8C a. m., tliismoroing. In him the
atata kaa lost one of its most illust
rious citiwoa und faithful servants. Ilia
(.rtiqpation iu Urn early organisation
of our state government was marked by
an uuswerving fidelity of a very high
order and the care manifested by him in
all matters of public importance showed
the teal with which he guarded tha in
ure ta of his adopted state. The clou
of his too brief career ns ft senator of the
United Status is ragrettod by all. Uis
private life wa gentle an ooble, aad
iii Hrmaaaa of disposition won toe ra
sjjmci of all. In sorrowing Uatinony of
the los which h w fallen upon our s ate.
I airwt that on the d:iy of the funeral all
flagi upon the armories and public build
ing, of the state, school districts and
niiiiiicialili( H shall le displayed at half
H air until the day followmg the funeral.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my baud und caused to bo eflixed the
treat seal of Nebraska. Done at Lin
coln., this 5tli day of December, A. D..
189ft. W. A. POTNTER,"
Hy tlie Governor:
W. F. PORTER,
Secretary or State.
Second. The commanding officer of
company C, second regiment, Nebruska
Natioual Guards, Is direcied to render all
services necessary as a. testimonial of
resrwet anil esteem in Mia If of the state.
Hy command of the commander-in-finer,
P. P. BARKY,
There is a lively row down at the Uni
versity at Lincoln among the of the
athletic club members, which may in
volve the faculty in tha trouble.
Representative, James D. Richardson
of Tenuessee was nominated by the Dem
ocrats to represunt the pirty's interest
in the lawer house during the presert
session of Congress.
Tha British army in the Transvaal are
distroying wi.ole Boer regiments at one
fell swoope. They aro compelled to
light for every inch of ground they ad
The republican congress, which con
vened on Monday, will use every means
in their power before Its close to pass
single gold standard measure in the in
terests of the national Bankers, bond
holders and trusts; then good by' to in
The National Executive Committee of
the silver Republican Party, which
met in 1 Chicago ten days ago, decided, in
in their deliberations, to co-operate with
the Democratic and Peoples Independent
parties in the presidential campaign of
1900. They also declared, Individually,
that Hon. W. J. Bryan was the true ex
ponent of real reforms and of course was
tlte proper candidate for the reform par
ties next year.
Following is a little of the McKinley-high-protectien-tsust
er with the single gold standard and mil
itarism: Nails in 189s.. $1.50 In 1899 $4.83
Barb wire in 1809.... 1.09 In 1809 4.25
Pump pipe in 1893... 9c In 1809 20c
wheat in 1898........ 55c In 1899 45c
Increase in watr.ee, 10 percent.
Increase iu trust profits, MO per cent.
Increase lo cost to .consumers, 190 per
In another column we reprint port of
an editorial from the Daily News, Den
ver, suggesting the nomination ol Bry
an &, Schley for President and Vice
President, rent actively on thodemocrutic
ticket in 1900. Tha PrmJocrnal rises
to second that nomination. Yea, batter
still, rospend the rules and nominate Ky
acclamation. It would unite tha East
and West democracy that no political
..combination could noxaibly seperate
them in the .future.
THE HOSPE PIANO.
UMaowau.tr IN STYLt on Da-wan
Heb. 1 1
a Street. II
A. KOSPE, Omaha
OFFICES: 111 Douglas
FACTO&r: 1614 liard Street.
Wo Celebrate Our 25th "Wnesa
F. E. K. V B. A. lime table.
Going West. Going East.
Ko. 8, mixed, 11 :20 Ho. S. mixed 8:00
IIow dofts that ticket look for all who
favor the free coinage of hi I ver aud op
pose the (jold standard, imperialism, gov
ernment by injusction and the destruct
ive rein of The Trusts.
The News predicts that that will be
the winning tit&et in 1000. It believes
that Schley will concent to run
with Bryan. He is a native of Maryland,
and Maryland is his home. His name
with Bryan's will make sure of Mary
land, Delaware and Kentucky, while it
will lift out of the doubtful column to
join Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska and Kan
nas, enough northen stales to over
wtielmingly defeat McKinliyism in the
J'Brj an & Schley" is a ticket that can
not be beaten. Every true American
will take up the slogan and make it the
battle cry for tfeedoru. Editorial from
Daily Denver News.
A little girl io England was asked out
to tea. On her return her mother said:
"I hope you wore very polite, Caroline."
"On yes, mother," said she. ''The
first time they handed the cake I said.
Yes, thank you.'
And the second time I said. 'A very
small bit, please,' and the third time I
said. 'Not asy more thank you.' But
the fourth time I 'lid not know what to
"Well," said her mother, "what did
yon do?" '
"Oh, I said just what daddy says, 'Oh
take the damned thin away!" Life.
Resolutions. "Rcsolvd, that we solemnly protest
against the admission of Mr. Roberta of
Utah to the seat in congress to which he
is legally entitled, fer the reason that he
has three wives, whom, he married whan
polygamy was the recognized local cus
tom of that territory, and whom he still
supports and cures for, instead of turn
ing them out homeles to tho cold charity
of a heartless world. f f.
Resolved that we cordially endorse tho
action of our noble president in recog
nizing and upholding the Sultan of Sulu
in the possession of a plurality of wives,
a job lot of concubines and a multitude
of slaves. ' f
Resolved, that while we reprobate an
denounce polygamy in Utah we uphold
it in the Philippines and this we do not
from any consideration of questions of
right and wrong, but because our great
and good president will be put in ft hor
rible hole if we don't do exactly tois
Resolved, that we hereby deliberately
atuitifle ourselves in order to uphold
the hands of our pioua president In his
great work of benevolent assimilation.
The religious associations and preach
ers assemblies did not pas their resolu
tions in the words above slated but they
are exactly what they meant. El
Anyone having lost two arra?
on bay mare, and a black a-eldinc tail
at Main office pay for this advertiaemant,
ana learn of their whereabouts.
WE DO JOB WORK,
TIMES WILL SUI
bU, aad to Mil IS at She lowest BoastM
beacrtpttoa ef oar etyto M. OaMaa
Onlsoasi Overearatt Baee.
Fall Iroa Plate, . BroBse4 sad -Orm-
noubie ReeeaUaf i
Itouol Veneered Oeee.
rtBlsbsd InOnk, MahoeMyaad Walawa.
Baie4 or CmrvM Psnels.
Kxuosloa Masle Deaki KeUleff Fall
Mtekel P1S.US1 OMUaoeae Hlafes cm
Tares Pedals aad Pedal titaerd Plat.
Basutifally Finished aad Polisaed.
BelSht: 4 (est. S laebaa.
Lencta: t feet, 4 laeaea.
Depth: 3 feet. 1-3 Incase.
Made In Corly Walnut Veneer, Qssf
tared Oak, Antique Oak aad Mahocaay,
Write tor Tents aad Prleea,
ftverv Bospe ft a U naraataed far
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rara, acaiast Minn la
workmanship or material.
oaah paratant aad easy
secure oaa af
pwaoe rur yoor hvae.
Dersoaal leetar eoatalalnf speetal
and fall aanartBtkm nf mr mmmm
i!"" hiuh nypivauuo.
AjuUvcrsary Octobar 23, 1S99.
WANTED Ordera for Holiday Books
B.bles and Albums. Prices reasonable.
Satisfaction guaranteed. No money re
quired until delivery is made. Miss Elsie
Merriam my assistant agent will carry
a full ;Iine of.bmples and catalogues, or
samples and analogues may be seen at
Bartells store in Harrison Neb. at any
time by dropping a card to the undersign
ed agent at Harrison Neb.
Mas. A nx a Thornton.
AnTfinn Mnoifw a sketch aid doMTlDtlon mnv
euleklr ascertain oar opinion free whether an
Invention ti probably patentable. Commantca-
UonattrlctlTMHifldantfal. Handbook on Patent
ant free. OldMt airencr for eeurlmc natanu.
unn A C
aaalol aotfct, without chars, In the
raieuis taien tnronsn Munu m u. raneivn
A'ham1aninMlv lllnatralMl wMktr. lAmat ir-
mlaUon of any tcttntiSo VornJ. Term. $S
air ; war moou, 91. 001a 07 tvii nvwiwwifjrv.
O"'!. New Tort
aw r as, wasainctoo, u. v.
In The County Court of Sioux County,
In the matter of the Kfltuta or W. 3. John
Notice for rrcsentutlon nntl Hearing of
Notice Is hereby given to nil persons hav
ing claims and demands against W. S. John
son, doceused, latti of Slonx countj-, that the
time llxd for tiling claims against said es
sute is six months from the 4th dny ot De
cember, All siii h persons m o roqnlred
to present thrlr clulms with the vouchers
to tho county Judgo of said county at his
office therein, on or lwfore the 4th day of
June. I'JOO, and all clulmS so tiled wll be
heard before thn said Judge on the 2nd dny
of January 1SU0 or afterward on the trst
day of each regular term of said conrt dor
tug the time limited for filing claim as
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heating stove, will burn coal or wood.
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Final Proof Notice..
All persons having final proof notices Is
this pmjer will receive a marked copy of the
paper and are requested to examine their
notice and if any error exist report the
naiiie to this office at onee.
NOTICK fOll PUBLICATION.
U. 8. Dand Office at Alliance Ndb.
November, 21, 1SW.
Notice Is hereby given that tho following
named settler has filed notice of his Inten
tion to mnke final proof In support of ills
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Clerk of District Court at Ilurrlson,
Nob., on Dec. 30, 1KH4, vis :
f RANK 11. WRItillT,
of Harrison, Neb., who made 11. E. No. 1115,
for the N EH S-W14, N'i 8.16 and HK 8 E!4
Sec. T, Township SI, N. Rrnge A7 w.
He iiamin the following witnesses to prove
bis continuous residence, upon and cultiva
tion of mild I and, viz:
William L. Hoyt, Henry Warnckn, Charles
Cametizind and John L. Davis, all of Harri
Also th vt nOlllCUT WILSON.
of Harrison, Neb., has filed notice of Inten
tion to make Snal proof at the same time
and plane, on timber cnlter application No.
IMA, for the N Kt, of Sec. No. It, In Town
ship No. SI, N. Itsnge No. ti w.
He names as witnesses'.
William L. Hovt, Henry Wsrneke. D. M.
fmttoa aad Grant Outline, alt of Harrison,
Neb. t. at. PORHIN9T0N, Rff'strr.
The Commercial Bank.
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
A PIT AT . STfiPK PATH
(d surplus and profits -
B. E. Brewster, President. C. F. Coffee, Vice Preflident
Chas. C. Jamesox. A. McGinlev,.
D. H. Geismold, Cashier.
4)fnRRFPnNnFMK' WE3TERN NATIONAL BANK, Xew Tow.
I'bUnnCorUi1ULH IO. omaua national bank, ojiaua, Nu.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
TIMlSEIt . CULTURE. FINAL PKOOK-NO
TICK roil PU11IXATION
U. S. Land Office at Alliance, Neb.
Notice, is hereby irlven that
VIRGIL H. STONK,
on behalf of tlie heirs of Jeffrey M. Stone,
deceare, has Hied notice of his lutcnilon
to make final proof before Clerk of DUtrict
fmrt at his office In Harrison, Neb., on
the 3(ith day of Dec. 18W, on timber .culture
nppllcatlon NO. 1291, for the 8-W(4,of8c-
tiioa No. in Township No. St, N Itange No.
He names as witnesses:
Grant Guthrie. George W. Hester, Vtrgll A.
Heater and Otto Tlotze, all of Harrisfcii, Ne
braska, r. M. DOKWNGTON, K(giter.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Office, at Alliance, Nebraska,
November lltli, 1899.
Notice is hereby gsven that, the foMow
ing named settler tuts tiled notice of his
intention to make Uoal proof in suptiort
of his claim, and that said proof will , be
made before clerk of District Court at
Harrison, Nebrat4:a, on December 23,
of Harrison, Nebraaka, who made H. E,
No. 4251 for the &i 8-WJ Sec, 7 and Ni
N-Wf offlec 18,1. 88N..K. 66 W.
Ue names the following witneseea to
prove his continuous residence residence
upon and cultivation .of said .land, viz:
Samuel J. Leelintr, Clem Lee ling,
Richard Dunn and Joseph Dunn, all of
(17-23) F. M. DonniNOTON, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
U. S. Land Office at Alliance, Nebraska.
Nov. 14, IbW.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof In aupport of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore Clerk of District Court, at Harrison,
Nob., on Dec. 23, IHfj, vlss :
WILMKIl W. PHILLIPS,
of HarriMon, Neb., who made II. t. No 43,
for thoS'i N-K'4 and N',i 8-EH ficc. 31, Twp.
SI N Itange H W.
Ho names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous revldoncc upon and
cultivation of said lima, viz:
Henry Covev, Scls Kngbrltson, J. W. Hun
ter and Walter Pitt, all of Harrison, Neb.
F. M. DOIUUNGTON, lu-glster.
NOTICE PGR PUBLICATION.
IT. 9. Land Office at Alliance, Nebrnska,
November. 11, 1840.
Notice Is hereby gives that the following
named settlor 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 Harrison,
Neb., on Dec. 23, 1KM, vis :
of Glen, Nebraska, wno made It. K. No. 4144,
forthaS-E N-W'4 N'KfiSWK and lots 2
and 3 of .Sec. IS, Twp. 1, N Itange (3, w.
He names the following witiiesms to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz: .,,
David Dunn, liedrick Nelxon, Peter Nel
son and Emorv Gilmore, all of Glon, Neb.
Also, THEODORE T. GOLDEN,
of Adella, Kcbraxka, who made 11. E. No. WJH
for the Vili H-E4 See. 18, and Vl N-E!, Sec.
19, Twp. Si), N Range W w.
He names the following witnesses to prove
hts continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, vis :
Andrew Procunier and Alva H. Rszton, of
Crawford, Neb., and Thomas Holly and Wil
liam II. Davis, of nanison, Nob.
'. M. DOKKINGTON, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Alliance, Nebraska.
Nov. 11th, 1890.
Notice ia hereby iriven tbat tho folow-
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in aupport
of his claim, and that said proof will be
made before Clerk of District Court at
Harrison, Nebraska, on Dec. 33, 1899.
of Harrison, Neb.i who made II. E. NO.
4475 for the Sw of Sec.B, Tp. 83 N. R.
He names the following witnesses to
prove 'his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, vie:
Charles Biehle. Lewis Oerlach, Oustave
Noreiach and Robert L. Keel, all o f Har
rison, Neb. F. M. L'OitlUNOTftN,
- SIO.OOO.OO2. G)
- ' . 8,000.00 -
8T(K'K ll It ANUS.
The JornwAL will imbltHli yonr brand, like
the following, for $2:00, per ve.ir. Each ait
ditioiial rnund 75 cunts. K.vnry ranuer or
runrhiiHtn In slonx and adjoining counties
siiouliladvmrtlse their brands in TKKJotia
KiLus it tlrculntuN all over tho state. It
may be the means of saving money for you
On left side or hip of cattle, ( -On
left shoulder of 'rmre. I
! Range on the head ol Warbonnet
Addresi Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
The brand reprsentei in this notice
and branded any where on lrft side
of homes and
Also the L L brand any where on
left side of cattle belongs to the
The brand rcareaented in this notice
nd 'branded any wherein bift side
f cattle, and overlap out from tho
Also the same brand on left thigh of
aorsns, belongs to the niKlrrsiirned.
Range near East Spring, math Bart to -6ux
eoanty. . Cmaki.es Nb m,
jkSl n ,,-ft side of cattle and en left
ySaWaj shoulder ot hones.
E"1 Range on Antelope creek
P. O., Ghilchrlst, Sioux Co., Nob.
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns the follow
InKbraud on eith
er: Also HQ on rat
tle and horses
rattle on leftshlo
horses on loft
Itange on Silver Springs aniloant ofsluli
Inc. PoKtoffico li&rribon Xefr
F0r proof to convict any jierson of stesl
lug any of my stoek.
same on right
(Sheep, paint brand
sitme as cattle and
fire brand C on
right side of now.
Address, IAvtn Coi.vii.i,r,
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