Harrison press-journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1899-1905, December 28, 1899, Image 1
j 7 "is Harrison, Press - Journal. I, VOL. 2CII. iEIJIERISOlsr, ITEBBASKA, THURSDAY, DEO. 28, 1899. Oar Motto--' NO QUESTION 15 EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT." Hob. William 1. Bryan. 3STO. 23 i. i a-. i?4 Harrison Press-Journal. KSTABUNiED 1888. flubscription Pries, 11.00 OFFICIAL PARE OF BIOUX OOUflTY. !. P. Canon, - Editor. Entered at the Harrison poet ofllce aa second class matter. Happy New Year. U S 11 . J I errs 7n I Wr?ffl m l gVeYTHIN3INMUIO fIfj $3 IHHTAirv. ." rPlKfiFD IPLSTBLCETTS hsi twen added to tb well k norm Heap n-Wr.Vd ISZBSi 525 CASS, 20 HOKTULT. With Stool and Scarf. RACE Eft OAS, WALNUT cod AR8QAJVT Write For Particulars. THE FIRST PRAYER IN CONGRESS. The Kentucky Democracy proposes to -routest the election of every republican -i-amiitiate beforu the state legislature tuis winter. Anotlter stoke of Prosperity is to be oValtnutto the dear people after the first of January, in the form of increased f reifc'ti rates both east and west of Chicago. Oovernor Poynter's fthr passed to the great beyond the first of this week, nt his home at Albion, Neb. His excel lency, was present at the -death bed of Ins fattier. Former President C lev land had the rheumatism the other day and at the same time time the Bank of England hart a specie rheumatics. A similar oc curence. See! llev. Dwigtit L. Moody, the renouned evangelist has gone beyond to claim his reward. Without doubt he will have many stars in his crown of rejoicing in the kingdom of immortal glory. In Thatcher's Military Journal, under date of December, 1777, is found a note containing the identical ''Unit prayer in Congress,'" made by the Rev. Jacob Duche, a gentleman of great eloquence. Here it is an historical curiosity: : "0 Lord, our Heavenly Father, high and mighty King of kings, and Lord of lards, who dost from Thy throne behold all tho dwellers of the arth, and reignest with power supreme and uncontrolled, over all the kingdom, empires and governments look down in mercy, we beseech Thee, on these American Slates, who have fled to Thee from the rod of the op pressor, and thrown themselves on Tb.y gracious protection, desiring to be henceforth dependent only on Thee. To Thee they have appealed (or the righteousness of their cause; to Thee do they now look up for that counte nance and support which Thou alone can give. Take them, therefore, Heavenly Father, unto Thy nurturing care. (Jive them wisdom in council and valor in the Geld. Defeat the malicious designs of our adversaries; con vince them of the unrighteousness of their cause; and, if they still persist in their saoguinary purposes, oh I let the voice of Thine own unerring just ice, sounding in their hearts, constrain them to drop the weapons of war from their unnerved hand in the day of battle. Bs Thou present, O Ood of wisdom, and direct the councils of this honorable assembly. Enable them to settle things on the best and surest foundation, that the scenes of blood may be speedily closed, and order, harmony and peace may be effectually restored, and truth and justice, religion nod piety prevail and flourish amongst Thy people. Preserve the health of their bodies and the vigor of their minds; shower down upon them and the millions they represent such tempered blessings as Thou seest expedient for them in this world, and crown them with everlasting glory in the world to come. All this we ask, in the name and through the merits of Jesus Christ, Tby Son, our Savior. Amen!" The Hew YorK World, Thrice-A-Weak Edition ALMOST A DAI Y-AT THE .PRICE OF A WEEKLY. The most widely circulated "weekly" newspaper in America in the Tbic-a-week edition of The New l'ork World, and with the Presidential campaign now at hand you cannot do without it. Here are some of the reasons why it is easily the leader in dollar a year journalism. It is issutid every other day, and is to all purposes a daily. Every week each subscriber receives 18 pagesaod often during the "busy" season 24 pages each week. The price is only Al. 00 per year. It is virtually a daily at the price of a weekly. Its news covers every known part of the world. No weekly newspaper could stand alone and furnish such servioe. The Thrice-A-Week World has at its disposal all of the resources of the great est newspaper in existence the wonder of modern journalism "America's Greatest Newspaper," as it has been justly termed The New York World. Its political news is absolutely impar tial.. This fact will be of special value' in the presidential campaign coming on. ..The bMt of cUrrrent fiction is found in its colnmng. These are only some or the reasons; there are others. Read it, and you will 9 them all. We offer this uneqtialed newspaper and PhehsJournal together for one year for (1,75. The regular subscription price of the two papers is $2,00. The Commercial Bank. INCORPORATED 1888. Harrison, - - - - Nebraska. a) (OCAPITAL STOCK PATD IN -6 SURPLUS AND PROFITS - SIO.OOO.OO1 8,000.00 -0- IDIKECTOIS. ... . ' B. E. Brewster, President. C. F. Coffee, Vice President. Chas. C. Jameson. A. McGinlet, D. H. Griswold, Cashier. CORRESPONDENTS: WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, New York. OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Nan, Co IN Ofi Christmas morning Pope Leo. 13th inaugrated the holy year, in the pret ence of all tpal court officers as well as the nobility of Rome. The ceremony was most impressive and the presence of the venrerable Pontiff added materially to tbe granduer of the occasion. . "Ian Maclaren" will have an artide on The Minister and the Organ" in the Jan- usrj Ladies' Home Journal. It is known that the famous author preacher regards 1 lie organ or more directly put, the 4iiuic as the most prolific source of -trouble in churches, and he is never more Saterestwg and forceful than when decry ing an evil and prescribing a euro. Duringithe campaign republicans poked a great deal of fun, as they called it, at tbe fusion state officials and dubbed them -'sham reformers." As a specimen of sham reform the following is a sam pte which the "pops" have been giving the state. - During twenty years of re publican rulo it cost Wa.OOO over and above all fees collected, to pay the run ning expencej of the Secretary of States office; every dollar or which had to M raid bv texati.Mi. . Under the efficient management, of Secretary Porter, the oOlce has not only been aelf sustaining but ha in two aod a half years turned a surplus into the state treasury, of over ' 19,000. Ak the voters and tax payers of the state which is the real and which the sham reformer. Paste this in your iiat for next campaign and if you have iot reformed reform at once. According to the National Watchman, there seems to be considerable excite ment among the Republican politicians, as to who will be nominated for Vice President with McKinley next fall, since the O. O. P.'s have abandoned their own platform and are seeking to to carry out the platforn of Clevlar.d we would sug gest it as being only fair that they give the position to either Grover Clevland or John M. Palmer. ODETOTJ1K NEW YEAR. Ring out, O chimes, your gladness, let rejoicing rule the land, Ood holds the New year's blessings in the Hollow of his hand; fl hattl guarded well our country from the daye of long ago When Inelt th Pilgrim Fathers in the New Taar'a fleecy snow; flaeh year hath brought us gratxluer, and tho one before us now Will another star of fame upon Col ombia's brow; Conoid! with added flory now the nation doth appear Jn tho Bright and matcJiUsi splendor of tho dawoing of the year.. School Report. Report of tho Bodaro school district oiimher aix. Bioux County Neb: Number of day taught, 80, number of piipila enrolled, average daily at eilanco,M. Pupils who wore neither fith nut abooBt during tho month: It's up to the People. Less than a year remains in which to gather facts, and information that will influence your vote for the next president of the United States. That grievous wrongs have been committed, and grave errors allowed to exist witfcout effort at correction, is evidenced by the speech, writings, and comments of eminent statesmen and jurists ; congressmen and leading men of business ; professors and clergymen in every stale. Party affiliations have been ignored in the outcry against thruing aside the safeguards of our fathers and .o&i ing pell-mell into the aflairs of Europe. The situation is a deplorable one if not alarming; as is also our domestic affairs dominated by gigantic Trusts. The evils are not of spontaneous growth I They are the result of years of labor and expenditure of millions of dollars! Beginning with the dis placement of American silver for English gold, the cunning of Eng land's diplomacy in shaping the des tiny of our Republic is apparent to any ordinary observer seeking the true inwardness of events. The Cincinnati Enquirer has fre quently called attention to each and every move as it was transpiring, and during the campaign of 1900 will present its readers with a truthful array of facts that will be extremely interesting and startling. No fair-minded American, be he Republican, Democrat or of other political faith, can afford at this critical time to ignore the truth. Partisan prejudice, with the Trusts as dictators, is a far more degrading slavery than that which existed previous to the Civil War of '61-04-Trusts in the United States alone have a representative capital greater than all the gold and silver in the world. These will spend many more millions of dollars to suppress truth and facts and mislead all who fail to look beyond their plausible decep tions. Read the Enquirer and you will be able to discern the truth and combat falsehood. A victory for Trusts and the McKinley Adminis tration in 1000 will end the era of greatest good to greatest number, Watch carefully the Cincinnati Enquirer The Jacksonian Club of Omaha, a Democratic organization will give their 0th annual Banquet at the Paxton hotel Monday, Jao. 8, 1900 at which time the opening guo of the 1900, at which time the opening gun of the 1900 campaign will doubtless be fired. Several distin guished speakers from Illinois, Kansas, Texas, Colorado and Tennessee, will be present and deliver addresses. There Will be three hundred covers laid to accomo datea 11 who have signified a willingness to bo present The decision handed down by the su preme court against the Addyson pipe trust recently, thrusts tbe lie in Attorn ey General Grids' face when he says, the national gogerninent is powerless to act St. Joseph's Academy & Boarding school, Vermillion, So. Dak . The school is conducted by and under the auspices of the Benedictine Sisters of St. Joseph. The Scholastic year consists of two sessions of 20 weeks each, and begins 8eptll, 1SB9, and, Feb. J, 1900; conduct ed in three departments Primary, Pre naritory. Academical and Commercial courses. TUITION: Primary & Preparatory per month, $1.00 Academic Commercial ' " 2.00 Board, Tuition, Bedding, Washing Ac., per month, in advance $10 and $12.00 BENEDICTINE SISTERS, St Joseph's Ecadcmy, Vermillion. - - So. Dak In the Matter of tbe KUate of Fraas Peter Miller, deceased. Tbe State of Nebraska, Sloax County. To All Perrons Interested In the estate of Franz Peter Miller, deceased. Whereas Fraak J. Miller, of said county, has filed in my ofllce aa instrument pur porting to be tie last will and testament of FKANZ PETEK MILLER, deceased, late of said county, and a petition praying to have tne same admitted to pro bate, which will relates to both real and personal estate, whereupon I have appoint ed, Monday the first day of Jonuary, 1900, at one o'clock In the afternoon, at my ofllce In mild county, aa the time and place for prov ing said will, at which time and place you and all concerned may appear and contest tbe probate ot the same. It la further ordered that saM petitioner give notice to all persons interested in said estate of the pendency of the petition" and tbe time and place aet for hearing the same, by causing a copy of this order to be pub lished in the IUkribon PbkssJoUBnal, a newiipaer published In Harrison. In said county and state, for three cousecuuve weeks previous to the day set for said hearing. in testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal this 9th day of December, 1898. - . HOBEBT WILSON, County Jndgj. GREENBACKS or Government Money. At close of our Civil War in i86, there 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 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 THIS GLOBE." 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 fund raised in England and Germany, estimated at $1,500,000, were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against silver. ; The "walk "into my parlor" policy of England, during and since- the Spcnish War, is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Government. 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 same proportion. 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 If it a narwr th.it rwht and run i. .if i... ;tt. ni.iL 1 Erntyp-nr J?si ?.rr. nn. ire and profit, - EtStSt sin av UAJta a THE STYLISH PATTERN., Af- tbtle. FaihlonaHe.' Original. Perfect- Fitttne. Ptias iwaim xocenw. x Nona higher None better at any price. I Some rtiubU merchaut sells them In I nearly every city or town. Ask for them, or they can be bid by mail from us tn cither New York or Chicago. Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Sheet sent upon receipt ot one cent to pay .postage. ' Brightest fedW magazine pubMeJ. !nvlubl for the hon.e. Faihions of tbe day. Home Literature. Household Hint, Farcy Wotk, Current Topics, Fiction, all for only 50 cents a year, in cluding a 1 rr e pattern, your own selee- I lion any nine jcik wv rtu wh,m foe sample copy. Address THE McCALL COMPANY, 2 M2-M6 Test 14th Street, New York, j 1&9 Filth Avenue, Chicago. I -INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.- THE COUNTY COURT OF SIOUX COUNTY, NEBRASKA. TIMBER CULTURE. FINAL PKOOF-SO TICK FOB PUBLCATIOS U. S. Land Office at Alliance, Neb. Novemer, 21,1899. , Notice is hereby given that VIROIL H. STONE, on behalf of the heirs of Jeffrey M. Stone, deceasre, lias filed notice of hU iutentlou to make final proof before Clerk of District Otturt at his office in Harrison, Neb., on the 80th day of Dec. 1899, on timber culrnro application No 1291, for the (HV, of Se tilon No. 27, in Township No. St, N Range No. 56 w. He names as witnesses: Grant Uutbrio, George W. Heter, Virgil A. llestr and Otto TieUe, all of Harrison, Ne braska. F. U. DOBKINUTON, HegUiUtr, In The County Court of Sioux County, Nebraska. 6TOCK BRANDS. Thb JotJSHAL will publish your brand, like the following, for (2 :no, per year. Kaeh ad- ' dltional brand 7!i cents, fivery zarmer or ranchmen in Sioux and adjoining counties should advertise their brands in THE Joua KALaa it circulates all over tbe state. It may be toe meaus of saving money for yom. CHARLES BIEHLE. On left, stdewr hip of cattle, f On loftvhouMer of fanreua. t Range oa the head ot War bonnet fcreek ' . .:, . Address Harrison, Sioux CO. Neb.' In the matter of the Estate of W. 8. John son, deceased.. -- Notice for Presentation and Hearing of Claims. - Notice is hereby given to all persons hav ing claims and demands against W. S. John son, deceased, late of Sionx county, that the time fixed for filing claims against said es sate is six months from the 4th day ot De cember, 1S09. All such persons are roqnlred to present their claims with the vouchers to the county Judgo of said county at his office therein, on or lrefore the 4th day of June. 1900, and all claims so filed wll be heard before the said Judge on the 2nd day of January 1900 or afterward 011 the first day of each regular term of siud court dur iug tbe time limited for filing claims as aforesaid. . . Robert Wilson i ( (A True C-opy.) to. Judge, t ' iau-3j CHARLES UMPHE.NOU ft the brand reoriented ta this notice and branded any where oa toft side at bones and 1 - : s IJ I Also the L L brand any where on. J I left side ot cattle balaam to the J jjjjJundersigned. ,; Harrison, Nebraska. , !!!!! -A.- !.-'. 1.-1 KIM. Final Froof Notices. All persons having final proof notices in this paper will receive a marked copy of the paper and are requested to examine their notice and if any error exist report the same to this ofllce at onoe. CHARLKS NEWMAN. The brand represented in this notice and branded any where on left side of cattle, and over-lap .mt from the right ear. Also the same brand on left thigh of horses, belongs to the undersigned. Raage near East Springs, south part la Sioux county. Charles Nkwmak, . . Harrison, Nebraska. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. BO YEAR EXPERIENCI 3 pcwaxjusi Thad Mawtsi DEMON COVRMMTS AO. Anyone (easing a sketeb and description any aeiaklT ascertain oar opinion free whether an Inraeuna is stodidit Communica tee boot oe Patents eeearffif patents. laaauutlrennaeantl u, im. ommi ii r war imnni DMni Patents taken throngs, Mann A Co. raoelve aval eottas, without efeenre, tn the scutttiiic nzimx A Hendfomely IllastraUl werkly. Lsreest Mr. ealatlon of any scientist, toemal. Terms. SS a year i f mr aaonUts, SL BoM by all newsdealers. year l f oar aaontat, St ists4wr,.Ntyf TDrt U Watblaataa. D.C. Tanted-fln Idea" Wee ean tarsk nf soma slnipi, thlnif toputrnlF tkm vou waaltS. A CXI.. PatKit AtSor- keys. WaaMantne, D. :., lot their 01, SOS pries eaer saa lkit eTtoe ana trad iaver'Vias weslwl U. S. Dand Office at Alliance Ndb. November, 21, 1899. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has tiled notice of his inten tion 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 Deo. 30, 1K90, viz : FRANK If. WRIGHT, of Harrison, Neb., who made II. E. No. 1115, for the N-Et, S-W, t"4 S-E1 and S K.!, 8 E! See. 7, Towimhlp 31, N. Ilrnge S7 w. Ho names tho following witnesses to prove his continuous 'residence upon andcultlva tlon of said Land, vis: William L. Hoyt, Hnnry Wanieke, Charles Cumenzlnd and John L. Davis, all of Harri son, Net. ANoth t ROBERT WILSON, of Harrison, Neb., has fllnd notice of inten tion to make final proof at the same time and place, on timber culler application No. IMS, for the N-K4 of Rec. No. 12. In Town, ship No. 31, N. Rungn No. 37 w. Iln names as witnesses) William L, Hoyt, Henry Warneke. D. M. Sutton and Grant (lntlirle, all of Harrison, Neb. r. M. DORK1NUTON, Register. t RE YOU A WORKER X In Wood or Hrtal ? H so send lor CetaJsgbi of ; RARM33' FOOT - Powrt? Machinery. ," Practical, StronH, rureble. V. P. & i',hn riarrcs Co., IS4 ftebr Sr.. ' R icMerd, IIHoeta. M FRANK NUTTO. On left side of cattle and op left shoulder ot horses. Range on Antelope crack O., tihilclmst, Sioux Co., Nob. JOHN A. HANSON Owns the follow- Ingbrsud onclih- Also HQ on cat- t!o nnd horaes rattle on leftside homes on Wit shoulder. Range on Silver Springs and east of state I lie. Postoflice Harrison Neb W-l j aairansilii ii miir flOO REWARD. KOr proof to convict any person of steal ing any of my stock. Cattle branded same as cut. Horses branded same on right shoulder S orC on left thigh. Sheep, paint brand samo as cattle and fire brand C oh right side of nose. Address, David Oolvili.b, Glen Nebr., Mfolfo U la alio Dyspepsia Cure Digests what yon eat. It artificially digests the food aod aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted algoatlve or gans. It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic. Ko other preparation can approach it In efficiency. It In stantly relieves and permanently cores Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Fliitulence, Sour Stomach. Nausea. Sick lIcadiichc,Uastralgia Cramps, nnd ill other results of Imperfeetd'mitlOD. . rrOwOro W C. VOoWu rCo.X(8 , i - 1 . ..-, ' - -V. 4 A - ! V s v. , .