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Of.flCJJ. PAPEfJ OF SIOUX COUNTY.
;k. 1). CniHin, - - lMHiir.
Kutcri-d at thn Ilnrrlwiii pft oMIiu a
The republican, gold standard finance
hill passed the lower house of ong-"-s
last Monc'jiy, by a vote of V.0 tor !')
in;aiii.it, or majority of 40, elaVKn dem
ocrats voting with th rfpubl icarm.
The decision liiimkd down by the su
preme court naiit t ho Addyson fiipe
trust rect-ntly. thrusts the lie m Attorn
ey fi?niral OriifV face when li says, tlio
national government is powerless lo net
Another hruve Boldier whuw lifo wax
worth more than the ent.iro Philippine
Arthipelego, bae succunieb as a nutrtyr
to McKmleyism, militiarism and expan
ftion, in th person of Oonl. IJ. W. Law
ton. ' .
Henatop Hoar, of Maine still maintains
tin mind is unchanged relative to the dia
lionorablo war in the riiilipities, adding
if tlio administration had dealt with them
it did with Cuba 00 war would have
Tha Republican national convention,
will be held in Philadelphia on June 19th
1000. Thus the politically corrupt city
of tha nation ha Imen selected by the
roost corrupt political party In the nation
for ita convention.
Douglas Cone, of Plain view, has been
named by Governor Poyntor as thn sue
casaor of Judge W. V, Alien of the ninth
judicial district, who resigned to take his
place in the U. &. Senate. Judge Cone
4s a democrat, and tha appointment is a
merited recognition of his services to the
laiio of fusion.
On December 9, trm oflicial reports of
tha government gave the total loss to the
American army in tha Philippine war an
8,909.- This includes those killed in Kit
tle, died of wounds, permanently disable.)
or missing. Tha loss of 3,00it American
citizens is but one item of the cost thus
far of tha process known in the vocabu
lary of tha present adrninistrsilien as
Tir) I J.'i 1 1 1 .-r i t tc '.iiipiiii,lf '
i!i-i't ni I.infnHii, mi Jiiniiiry "i)i, l'j.lO to
lllT.lll;;.! Inr tilt' l.'r-il ,;.',T"! I JU vt It IkJliS
Tliu.HH viiiin Lnli-li o;!ii'cr, wlio
pw.iih'iI to l.lioriniMy lo enjoy tlm
'lionvliuniiiif;" 11ml ",'ii-s; ickinj;" in
South Africa i)i;ot. hwh t ) hii'i? th ir.uiiH
s'l mticli. w ju tim Ii'iiiti'i's bxonii'
tha liiintvd mid th htu kt rs lict'oruB the
It. is now vtaieil, on .tii'i authority of
Senator i !: ic, ili.it our l'-c. fctiv.- cho f
xwilliv w:w not co:iVerU-il to lllipi l i
ali.Mii on t h! reiir nnl it palace cir
!fi-r 11II: lint that, the t;t-tut i 'fl was p T
fonneii by tilts t!iiUh ;iinha!.iiior, Hir
Julian I'auniMotii. "Hit' to IIaii;tl
Two national hunks in i'. 1-tun and one
Port Jarvis, N. Y. have gone to thu wall
within paM. four d iyn. The republican
'4'jid tariilanl bill vvliirh passed the lower
house of congress on lat Monday, bi,'iiiK
to have tin early eMVet.. Wait till the bill
becomes a law in reality ami ee how we
hiw the little one lorse Innkiaad hn.-i-ricss
On last Friday, the lirilish forces nt
the Tii;ela river iu Hie Transvaal, s:ii!'
ered one of the worst defeats, under
General Culler, since the war in South
Africa commenced. In the l.s!tl re
fered to at the Tu:ela ri v,.-r the Ib-iti sli
is us follows: Killed H2, wounded BC7,
missing S-IS. Total 1007, beside' the
liriliMi lost eleven of their larj,-e field
cannon and hundreds of horses and mules.
Thus all Kngland is enveloped in lootn
P.arron Hols.-rtsori and Lord Kirtcher
have been ordered to take the Held and all
the home reserve forces are to be trans
ported lo the teat of war, for active Held
All, truly American citizens in the
United States, and who believe in popu
lar ''government of the people, by
tha people and for tha people," can
not help but sympathize with the Trans
vaal and Grange Free States of South
Africa, in their fight against English
greed for gold, the extension and ex
pansion of n. roblier empire, whose only
and ultimate oblece is to perpotuatu roy
alty and its sions in power iudellnately.
God grant that the brave, patriotic
Boers and their Allies, who are so heroic
ly shedding their blood and lives upon
the battle field for lilierty and independ
ence, may teach England such a com.ly
lesson, together with the utter defeat
and rout of the English forces from South
Africa, that other nalions too, may take
warning that they must keep hands olf
in the future. ' f
OOM VA I) U C AN HIIOOT.
They say Ooin I'aul can't reml nor irrlte,
And wears a cow Mile boot;
Hut he can ry nut lie run flKht,
And, golly, can't lie dlioot?
They uy Ooin I'mil cuts with bit knife,
And has a bad repute;
But lie ts (treat with Run and fife,
And, golly, can't be shoot?
They y Ooin I'aul is coarse am) rnucli,
And loves to kill and loot;
I5t enptlvn lliel h 1 in kind enough,
Ami, K"i'J'i Can't lie lioot?
They say (loin I'anJ Is badly whipped.
Dill ho oiaken the llrltich scout;
And when they get through with blia
They'll find that h run itaoot.
I ( 1 I I p ;. . . ...... 4..-.l 11'. .
I I K -! i w'( VQh ;io(.I and Scarf
: Vj " -ni ' w !
j 1 ?v ; ..-rr. .y.. ,
Killed in Luzon.
M;ii.il.i, 1. ., ie. l'J. Maj. Oinortil
II nrv L iv t,ii lias brii !iot ami kilieil
a:, ,S.ui fpj i!i. lit! was ktitixlius in front
i.l Iws trm ;w, w.is shot in tli brtriiMt itnd
il t l iiuiiKui;it'lv. ImAv v'or!d-Hci'ti.!d.
j II 'port i'f ili J1.k!,h: hi hool district
; niiinhtir mx, Sioux Cii'iiity IsVb:
! NuutU.'l' i.t tl.ivs t;iU"!il, 2.), 11:1 :i.1kt
i of (MipiU .-iirolt''i.37, !ivrits tl.tily ut-
I t Illlulll'C.ot 1 '!' 1 1 S t'l'B ll "!tl,'.T
, lanly nor ibi'iit dunn Iho inmi'li:
j Ciivi- 'in t tjecti inn , Julius Iiui'ki', Iui
rt Antrim, Arthur Aiili'iin, M int iiiiik.
i I' lth ZorU-. (icorgu Ii ji kc, M.i'it) ;''h:i-
i I'uiiils not cl.wnt- hirinir h nmniH,
: In h ltiii'ki', ijti.i'l Burkf, Wiilinni A11
jtriii, WilliH ( 1 i-i tii 111 , Joe (li'iuiin, llov,--I
a ii Hni'kf, Ji'ili I'ni'kH, Tiicrrs.i C.'ar-
uu3Suon as to ina
The Sun has received so many eviden
ces of confused minil regarding the be
kiiMig of the-t.-wuiuth ceiitiiry that it
will present a proof that a twentieth
century liegin.- after t he year 1!)00 is end
ed, m the hnpe d' a lit t h conversation :
Question What is a jent'
An lU'ov-Thr. e liui.iii'ed and sixty -five
'.Vbat is a tsenltiry?
One hutidrvd yenrs.
Wle-n did 1 1" vear N" 1 end?
1 'e 'eiiiO' i' 31 of the year 1.
When on! Hie Year No. 2 begin?
January l,"of tne yeltr a.
When ihd the ve.ir !!'.! end?
1 Vcemlier ot, A. I)
1 !:d that cumplett) a ceiiuiy ?
When was the centurv completed?
At the close of itn ear follow in:
or at the clos.t of the year 10').
When d.d the second century hey in?
January 1 of I he year 1 of t he second
century that is January 1, A. I). 101.
Wlcn did the nin"teenlh cent iry end?
At the cJosn of the nineteenth hun
dretu year, or at tli" clo-ie of 1000.
When does the twentieth century be
?in. It lieginson day Ni.l of year No. 1 of
the twentieth him Ir l ye irxthat is on
January 1, A. i. 1101.
We must still see two Christ mascsi be
fore the twentieth century dawns.
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Lut Friday n 75.000 (iro occured at
I he state ja-iieteiitiury, destroying the
entire maculae! imrs buildux.
Stntu School Appartiuii!W!!!t.
The total s mount of slats tchoI mon
ey to lie apportioned to each county in
Nebi-asl.a for the closing six months of
of of l-Mi'.l, iu round numbers are 'J92,
?!'!'. The amount due Sioux County
from state apportionment, is $-193.49 a
Kiijiht decreasj over the preceeding a
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Till-: ItOt'KV .MOCNTAIN XV.WK
In T!ie County Court, of Sioux County,
l;i libit mattitr of the Estate of W. S. John
Sot ice lor i'resentutloii and Hearing of
Notaie ly horetty y, veil to all persons hav
ing claims it m I Ueniatuls agalut W. S. John
son. th-aeii-;ed, lull' of sionx county, that the
time lined for lllliiK clulinsngainst sutd e..
.te is six iiionths fi-etn the 4th day ot Ue
','ei.iitier, 111.1. All .-tieh iit-rofs are rotinlred
lojiresi'tit tleir claims with the vouchers
to lite county Jie'tfc of said county at his
oUiee therein, on or lt:for; tile 1 1th day of
June, ti-oi, iiml all claims o Hied wil ho
iicard belore the said Jadif'i oa t!ie '2nd thty
of Jamitiry HhO or afterward on the llr-it
dny uf each reg'tlar term of saul court dur
ia Ihe time limited for films claims us
Konr.HT W'u so
(A Tr'l" ( opy.)
1 o. Judifc.
Final Proof Notices.
All persons IiivhiK final proof notices in
this paper will receive u. marked copy of the
paper and are requested to examine their
notice mill if tiny error exist report the
same to this ollice at ou..c.
NOTK K Koit ITDI.K'ATIOX.
Hand (inicenl. AlilHiice Ndh.
Novemher, il, s:i.
Jlotlce Is licreby (riven that the following
nnuied seiner Iiuh lllcd notice of lit Inten
tion to tank final proof in support or tils
claim, and that said proof will he Hindu lxi
foro Clerk of District Court at Harrison,
Neh., on Dec. lsi'ti, viz: -
KAN K 11, WiiHiHT,
of Harrison, Keh who made If. K. No. 1 1 1 Ts
for the Jl-K'i S;W'-i, P.K4 and 8-By 8-KVt
Sec. lij. Township 81, N. KrnKO 97 w.
lie names the f ollowinx witnesses to prove
ills rmittunou rtwldcnce upon mud cultiva
tion of siihl Uiiul, viz:
AVllllnin 1.. Hoyt, Henry 'Wftrne.ko, Charles
Cnmeiizliid and John L. Davis, ll of Iluril
sop , Nth. J 1
Alsotli "t" KOBKItT WILSON,
of Harrison,. Neb., bus fllotl notice of Inten
tion to liniko final proof at the sumn time
and place, on timber culler application No.
ISH, for the N-Ksi of Sec. No. Li, in Town,
ship No. 81, N. ftnugo c" w.
He names ss witnesses:
William h. llovt, Henry Warnckn. D. M.
SiitUio slid Grant (Juthrle, all of Harrison,
Neb. r. M. DOUUlNTON, Unglsler.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION.
U. S. Land Ollice, at Alliance, Nebraska,
November 11th, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named settler has filed notice of his
intention to make It n a I "proof in support
of his claim, mid that mid proof will tie
made belore clerk of Liistrict Court at
Harrison, Nebraska, on December 23,
of Harrison, Nebraska, who made H. E,
No. nil for the Hi 8 Wi .Sec, 7 und NJ
n wi of Sec. in, t. m n., n. on w.
He mimes the following wilneses to
prove his continuous residence residnnca
upon and cultivation of 'said land, viz:
Bamuel J. Lec.ling, Clem IiOiling,
Richard Dunn and Joseph Dunn, nil of
Harrison, Neb. , 1
(17 21) F. M. Uomiiw
Harrison, - - V - Nebraska.
(25CAPITAL STOCK PATD IN
(D SUiiPLUS AND PR OK ITS
B. E. Brewster, President. C. P. Coffee, Vice Presides.
Chas. C. Jameson.
D. II. Griswold, Cashier.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF SIOUX
In Ihe Mutter of the Estate of Franz Peter
The .tatc of Nebraska, Sioux County.
To All J'e.rsona Interested In the eatata of
Traiiz Peter M iller, deceased.
VVliereaa Frank J. Miller, of said county,
has lllcd in my office an instrument pur
porting to be the lust will and testament of
ritANZ I'ETIOU MILLER,
deceased, late of said comity, and a petition
praying to have tne same admitted to pro
Iwte, which will relates to both real and
per.sonul estate, whereupon I have appoint
ed, Monday the first day of Jonnary, lfW, at
one o'clock in the Hfternoon, at my office in
said county, as the lime and place for prov
ing saitl will, at which time and place you
and all concerned may appear and contest
the probate ot the same.
It is further ordered that said petitioner
Kive notice to all persons interested in said
estate of t he pendency of the petition" and
tiie time and place set for hearing the same,
by causing a copy of this order to be pub
lished In tlio Harrison 1'kess.Journal, a
newspuor published in Harrison. In diild
county and slate, for three consecutive
weeka previous to the day set for said hear-in:.-.
in testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and -oflicial . seal thi Slth day of'
f HUBERT WILSON, County Jndsro.
jSeal. ( (A true copy) 122-371-
NOTICE FOR PCISLICATION :
U. 8. Land Office at Alliance, Nebraska.
Nov. u, 1(.J9.
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler lias flied notice of his inten
tion to ninke final proof in support of his
claim, anil that said proof will be made bo
fore Clerk of District Court, at Harrison,
Neb., on Dec. 2:1, ISM, viz:
WILMEIl W. l'mLLIP.S",
of Harrison, Neb., who made If. E. No 0f3,
for the S", N-Eli und N',4 S-EW See. 31, Twp.
34 N Haiige54 W.
He names the followinif witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
Henry Corey, V'eis Engbritson, J. W. Hun
ter and Walter Pitt, nil of Harrison, Neb.
F. M. DDK KINGTON. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
T'.S. Land Office, at Alliance, Nebraska,
November. 11, 1899.
Not Ice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Intent
ion to make final proof in support of his
claim and that mild proof will be made be
fore Clerk of District Court at Harrison,
Neb., on Lee. Kl, If'', viz:
CHARLES l.I DWIO,
of Glen, Nebraska, wno made 11. F.. No. 4114,
for the S-E1 N-WI4 NKM8 W14 and xto 2
and 3 of Sec. IK, Twp. 30, N Range M, w.
Ho name the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
David Dunn, Dedrlck Nelson, I'eter Nel
son and Emorv Gilmorc, all of Glen, Neb.
Also, THEODORE F. GOLDEN,
of Adclia, Nebraska, who made II, F.. No. 10IW
for the WH' S-E Sec. 18, and WJ' '-E!i, 8ne.
li, Twp. s:i, N Kiinge 03 w. .
Ho names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residonce upon and cultiva
tion of said land, viz!
Andrew Procunler and Alva 8. fiaxton, of
Crawford, Nob., mid Thomas Holly and Wil
liam H. Davis, of Harrison, Neb.
F. M.DOKIUNGTON, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Alliance, Nebraska.
Nov. 11th, 1899.
Notice is hereby given that thefolow
inu named settler has (lied notice of his
intention to make (inal proof in support
of his claim, anil that said proof will be
made before Ulerk of District Court at
Harrison, Nebraska, on Dec 211, 1899,
of Harrison, Neb., who made II. E. NO.
4 17.1 for the Sw of Sec.5, Tp. 82 N, R.
Ho names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon
and cultivation of said land, viz:
Churl s Biehle. Lewis (Jorlach, Gustave
Non inch and Rolmrt L. Keel, all of Har
rison, Neh. V. M. l.'OWUNOTON,
tlanted-fln Idea SSS
Pratoct ynar lAw, thor mar brlnr Tim wrslih
Writ J6lllf WKllDEKBrlKN a CO., Pitjt AtKS-
t. WMiiUMrum, 1) '.. r .r tMir tljin priH ar
1 Ibt oi (wo hua irmi luw'ou nM
a . MrHrvn-v
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, New Yoj:rv,
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Nua
ON TIME DEPOSITS.-
- Ji. ''jutrar
TIMIiEE CULTURE, FINAL P1JOOF-NO
TICK FOlt PUBLCATION
D. S. Land Office at Alliance, Neb.
Noverner. 21, 1891).
Notice is hereby given' tba't
VIRGIL H. STOVE,
on behalf of the heirs of Jeffrey M. Stone,
deceasre, has llled notice of hia iutenMo.i
to malto final proof before Cleric of Distri.-t
(.'ourt at his office in Harrison, Neb., o 1
tiie ritli day of Ilec. IS99, on timber cnl'n '
apjillcation No 1291, for the S-W14, of S- r.
tiion No. 27, in Township No. SS, N Kaugo No
lie names as witnesses:
Or.int Guthrie, George W. He"ter, Virgil .
Hester and Otto Tietze, all of Harrison, Ne
brasktt. F. M. IX ) ii Hi NGTOX, liegister
STOCK P. HANDS.
Tite Journal will publish your brand, 1! V.
the following, for $2:00, per ver. Each ho'
ditioiial brand 75 cents. Kvery rarmnr ,T
ranchmen in Sioux and adjoining counties
should advertise their brands in Tub Joe c
KAi.ua it circulates all over the state. H
may be the means of saving money for yoi.
On left side or hir of cattle, )
On left shoulder of hor-aes. (
1 Range on tbe heatl 01 Warboniut
Address Harrison, Sloox Co. Nvt
CHARLES UMPHENOI R
The brand reprsented in this not iro
aud branded any where 011 left si;M)
of horses aud - .
Also the L L brand any Where 0-1
j left side of cattle belongs to tt.
1 1 r , u 1 1 -. t'.. ..
' liarrison, Nebrssk-i,
The brand represented in this not.'c.
and branded any where on left. (.
of cattle, and over lap cut from is.t
Also the game brand on left ihil- .
horses, belongs to the undeiitn.' K
Range near East Springs, noiitli part ,
Sioux county. Cbarlks Nkwhian,
On left side of cattle and .011 !! t
sbou lder ot horse. ' "
Range on Antelope orck
P. )., Ghllchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns the follow
lngbraud on eith
er: Also HQ on cat-
tio nncl horses'
Range on Silver Springs and east of s!ut-
Inc. l'ostofllco Harrison Neb
FOr proof to convict any person of sli"V
Ing any of lny dock.
Cattle brim!. -.I
an:n us out.
Hoihos brand d
same on l'1).:'
Sheep, paint br 11 d
same an cattle 11 it
fire brand C 01.
right side of nose.
Address, David Coi.vrr.tF,
Digests what yon eat.
1 1 artl ficlally d I goats the food and a ' ' s
Nature in stretiKtboning and rccr-. -struct!
ng the exhausted d I Rest Wo r. -Rang.
It Is the latest discovered dlfirt -ant
and tonio. No other prepamtb, i
can approacL It In efficiency. It t
stantly relleres and permanently cid : i
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heart hi" .
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nniir.i ,
Bifk neadache,GastralRla,GrampK.iu, ).
all ether results of Im perfect dtecsti
Praporad by E. & DaMfUaCo . Cqtcr..
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