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HjRRISOILT, lTB3BieA.SIC-A., T'ECTJiSIDA.'Y", CTJUST. 4, 1900.
0r Matta-' NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT."--Hon. William J. Erjan.
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S-JWCUt PAPCR OF IOUX COUNTY.
',0a.' I. Ciitom,
. 'V CiaMd at the flarrlson port otBre a
tH Msm i.attcr.
Aivor.linR ti KjM'rci il ilixpatclies lo iht
prwK, Jim. Ixl. th IJch-m were do
fMlcd 1y UritiHh forcc-i at 3olenlurg.
umlLCCudiuiurid of (iotil, IVk !i.
If lhn wer ever Buy iloulit rU(iv
to tlw valus of the ml ver dullar iificr list
inionUiKtUoa in 1973 tli.it (loult will
lie rain o veil ulittn prsiitent Mi'Kmley
will liuve signtil lite (fold stn idurd liill ho
mmii to p.i the U. 8. (tuiktle, , wtiicU
fill tie concurred in by the iKtiwe. '
Tlw future of Cubi and I'orto Kieo,
lh Pltilippinc UKiion, liniancial legis
lation in tlie now Cngr, SetreUry
Boot's report, tk British reverws in
&IOth Africa, and the recent progress of
American mmiicipilities a. re itoine of tho
tipic editorially treated in the Januuiy
Tlie pirate war now inausenited by
theBrituh nafy on the high seas, in
haMiog up foreign merchant marine ves
mit, m creating great cmtereation in
jreraaajr. Bwwia, France and the Uni
ted SUten, and la liable to create aertoua
irtwfcSl if Mt complete diaruptbn, be
txaao tbeae four oatums.
8ec. Oae of the U. S. Treasury in an
official act ordering the war revenue
fund of a million dollar a day to be de
fMHited in J. P. Morgan add Rockefellers
iMnk.the City National of New York,
ought to heacnmenulflcient in itself for
Impeachment proceeding But as time
UrotrreiweH, with repullican arty in
control of every branch of the governm-
ot, the money power become more
ml more einbolden"d.
TiiowulijecLf the Revii'w of Revietes
c-liarucUr ulcetch for Jniiry u Secra
twy John Hay, who by reaion of the
4sttli of VicePreaident flobart becomes
the aiiocesaor apparent to the Preaiden-
r. The writer of the sketch ia Mr.
Ilenry Ifacfarland, the wellftnown W'as-
iiinirinn correanotulent. who niukex it
clear that few men in public life to-day
have bad mood a training for the pre
mAaava umMt. ILiV tins received in the
.1, uuny-nine years vv ihw
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' Q MCWV J1UWI BH1lllw M9iwu.i j
ft number of New Jersey trust con
jaaaa IA data are 91. with a total capiUl-
X .VT.Wloa of ,rO8,410,OOO, or an average
( ApiUlixaUon, of 43,tt.''8,27.
' UWMr a recent ngmaun uw ui
Awara, 88 truit concerns nave incorpor
ted In that state with an average cap
italisation of $6,130,147.
Thus, oaa can readily see, that the
Doney power, together with a Urge
fltaadinr armv. fore i if n exoansioo, Uie
aiagle gold tUndard, there i a pretty
gloomy oat-look for the futnre.
Bow ungrateful, some people become
After tlw have been picked up and made
what thev sever could have even dreom
J of , had it not been for the dear people.
JU iaetaoce of this kind seems to ua ia
Boa. J. C Dahlman and a Mr. Laws,
tiro members of the state board of trans
pertatkM. at a salary of 12,000 a year.
IfewwlMa the people who are about
to bo bald up by the transportation com
IMitt for another freight steal, aod the
. fcerataries are importuned to do erery
tlitag la thoir powor t right tho wrong,
boA Hr Lawa aod Dahlaan turn to
Mm paofw M nnob M M MV in r
ply "tbt fopU ba damned" Mr. Uahl
MM gov furUMrMd snakes a personal
' natter out of it ay aamiling editor Ilit
olicoek beoaoaa ba had the ambitioo
to haoaaM V. 8. Senator. If the Board
WW Mag their doty certainly the peop
le woeild pad aa fault.
XT ANTED me of good char
acter, from XI to 80 years of age, to go
a Traaavaal. For purtlculara address
.aG. Hur. CnauVoa ftb. .
(, Tiabove waa al tsa awaarad
THE HOSPE PI A WO.
Ummuallbo in Stvl on D3icr
IBICES WILL SURFRiSE
A. HOSPE, Cnaha. Cci.
FACTOUY: 101 UwrJ Sirrrr.
W Celebrate Our 2oL?i V'incMA
f V.T V 'V
HELPS OUT NATIONAL BANKS.
Nuv Yjrk, D;i't)VnV;r 2'). Tiie Joiirmf :iys:
Wall Mrm-l drew n reat. liraitli of nstonihhtnent yeslrdny when it flsrureil
j just what, Si retiirv Ci;ijfe Had done for the
The whole iiilt-rnal rnvumies of Ilia Uovernment of the nation are tu deposi
ted with this bunk. These average nhoiit
This vast Hum can be loaned out by tlio
er cent is roulied it will be an addition of
MIIJJOSH IN' IT.
Figured yearly, it amounts to $ 1.1,000.000.
Kven nifn who are wont to calculate in million!, and form and promote corn.
binations whose capital would hae astounded the world a generation ago, wor
Staggered nt these llxure. .
How did it all come about?
What influence could have raked such
These questions are Iwing asxed on every hand today.
An analysis of the personnel of the national City Hank Directorate rIiows that
it ia an aggregation of the trust kings and
. "! UHT THE TIU'SC KISOS. ,
MenMwaaoni; the men on tlwbonwi: " .; " --
Wai. Kockfiftdler, reprtstrnling the Standard Oil Intfres's.
II. Walter Webb and William Douglas Uloanu, representing the Var.derbilt in
Ro!rt Bacon, representing J. Pierpoint Morgan.
Heory O. Havemcyer, representing the Sugar trust.
Jab IL Sch iff, reiresentiug Kuhn, Leob & Co., tho head of the Union Pacific
John A. McCnll rejiresenting the 'ew York Life Insurance company.
11. C. Taylor cheif heir of Moses C. Taylor.
Samuel Sloane, represeuiiiig lelaware and Lackawanna and other railroad
This great alliance of flnaocial interests is the greatest in the country, if not
in the worW.
It is a trust of truxts.
Into such hands has Secretary Gage turned the ir.ttrnal revenues of the United
Now what does the Government get in
EXPECTS PEOPLE WILL
ST. PAUL, Dec. 26. Senator J. K.
Jones, cluurtnan, of the Democratic na-
tional Committee, ex-Vice President
Stevenson and General P. Watt Hardin
of Kentucky, were here today and this
afternoon met a large gathering of local
Democratic leaden. - After, greeting Sen
ator Jones spoke at some length annouc
ing bis viewsof current political iijues.
"I believe that every people have o
right to govern themselves in their own
way. The American people will rise up
as one man and condemn the course
of the administration as crimnal aggres
sion. The next Democratic convention
will reuftlrm the Chicago platform and
nominate Bryan. It will declare against
trusts. It will declare in favor of estab
lish! nir freedom everywhere. What our
fathers believe in we believe in, nnd 1
week past, and news has come indirectly
to the effect that BJaber and co-workers
in nearly every county in Nebraska have
upward of eight hundred aod luty,
mostly Irish, pledged to enlist.
The plan is to go under the direction
of th head-movers in the matter in New
York, who are raising money from pop
ular subscriptions to fare the men as civ
ilian to Africa, where they will be or
ganised and equipped for service. It is
positively known that Maher ha proffe
red a ma jorship to Captain Fisher who
it now in Omaha or Lincoln. Chadron
Tlio Prwttleat Calendar. ; .
Hood'i Samaparilla, Proverb Calendar
for 1M0 Is th prettiest we have seen It
I bora in front of two little girls,
whose fresh swoet faces, and dainty r- i
of blua aod (link from rt pleasing pi .td-c
upeo wIihAi to look duriug tlw coruin.
Ti mm 1 furnish ho lt ptso" )'-
T'e. HIHI tifl'Ji t t0 UW' ).0iil
Is-seripiion ot our s'rle E. Cibine
7 1-1 (fc- v-fc, I
8 Ciiiv nsj Ovfr-irttrvr R . I
Full lr-iu l'im, Xl'udHjil and Crna-l
J' .uloe Iti'iw'ttUni Action,.
Jv.e y Ke.
lf,u!i'i- ' r erf (!
I-'ImUIimJ :nO k, )Mi. any and Wdnut.
K'Ui-rl or i,';,)'Vf(i t'otel,..
i.xi'-u.iuii Jiu-iK I'mk; ii'illlrn Fall
Milc-I ntid ltiotlmi n I!)nu'! ca
Tnri-c P-.Iu'b ml l-l:il ,'i'JifU" a.
Iieiirm: 4 f -tt. H hti-hi.
)i-p I.: 2 (m, It 1-2 l-i-h.
Mini" i; Curly V. i 1 1 . 1 1 V"D'T. 0ia
Will tor 'l'urms nj I'rU'ut.
' - lit lOiJii, fcUtlOU,
tiHi- H t r I f-i1' fit'-iv ( jt 1"' ' '1
Anniversary Ojfohw-r :J, I i.
national Citv Hank of this city.
(.1.000.000 a week.
hank at the bust rat it fan !jft. If 0
$300,000 a week to the income of the
a plum us this out of tin National
railway harous of the country.
exchange? Cincinnati Enquirer.
have no doubt about tho result. My
idea about the Philippines is that it is
our duty duty to restore order there and
then allow those people to make a gov
ernment of their own and let them man
age their own affairs in their own way.
The government of the United States
should say to the Filipinos now that our
purpose is to establish peace. We should
treat the Filipinos with the sam good
faith as the Cubatis. Whether we will
keep faith with tho Cubans I have my
"The lioors hy their resistance are
making votes for us with every rising
and setting of the sun. Our sympathy
goes out to those poor fellows in a way
that words cannot express."
Ex-Vice President Sotvenson and Gen
eral Hardin also spoke along tiie same
lines, fill lieing optimistic of Democratic
success. IJenver iuily News,
year. Die Calendar is printed trom
large, plain type and gives valuable in
formation. Tho Calendar is made to
tand alone or it cai bi 1 u spends! from
the wall. Everyor will want Hood s
Calendar, and you should ask your drug
gist for it at ouc-j. You can obtain one,
if more convieniont, by sending 0 cents
in stanps to C. L II00J & Co. Lowell,
HrrrT.o From The Valley.
Tlie Harrison mail failed to make the
trip to Montrose last Saturday,
Yes we miss the Wyoming items very
much, Do you need a peiicil K.lel?
The chicken pox has broken out in Mt,
Miller' fanvily, Willi an 1 Arthur are
both hayg It.
Miy'jWi lliumr.ird wrnt to ' In lr" ,
-' ..'''.'edii-.iuhi t i Work 11 He. Il' ii' t.
,' Mr. IVniidici, and Air.. Lovd c tiim v- r
'from (Jotlonoo'J i alten-l l' vkbl
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It's 0to the People.
Less thaii a year remains in which
to gather Ctct3, and information that
will inSuciice your vote for the next
president of the United States.
Th.it grjvous wrongs have been
committed, and grave errors allowed
to exist wihout effort at correction, is
evidences by the speech, writings, and
comments of eminent statesmen and
jurists ; congressmen and leading men
of business j professors and clergymen
ia every s.ate.
Party r.Slialior.s have been ignored
in the ctcry against tl.rus'ins: aside
the s-feg-nrds of our fathers and jiuLi
hvj, pi:!!-ii'?!l into the affairs of Europe.
Trie sliu,;;ion is a deplorable one if
not akrs.fiag; as is also our domestic
afi':irs dominated by gigantic Trusts.
T!:c t;U arc not of spontaneous
growth 1 , They are the result of years
of labor--and expenditure of millions
of dollars! Beginning with the dis
p7.cmcrt of American silver for
!lr.0Uh fold, tlie cunning of Eng
irjid'a d;p:cnacy in shaping the des
iiiiy of od? Republic is apparent to
iry crd':ary observer seeking the
trtn inv,irdncr.s of events.
Ti:e, t.uK.innsti Enquirer has fre
"ucirJj c.;'.l'-d attention to each and
every move &s it was transpiring, and
dinir.j the campaign of 1900 will
orcsev.f its readers with" a truthful
array of facts that will be extremely
interesting and startling.- ' '
j No fitr-mtp.ded American, be he
Keputfjiean, Democrat or ;of other
pohtiirMfiith, can afford at this critical
time to-ignore th a truth. Partisan
prejudice, with the Trusts as dictators,
is a far.',more degrading slavery than
that whr.li existed previous to the Civil
War of f 61-64.
Tru-fe in the United States alone
have representative capital greater
than dj the gold and .silver in the
world. ? These will spend many more
rail'ionj 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 beble to discern the truth and
combdt falsehood. A victory for
Trusts, and the McKinley Adminis
traUor n icoo will ead the era of
tc: iIi27od to greatest number.
Watch carefully the
COIN'S NEW BOOK-
The latest and greuti-t work by the auth.
or of t'le fatuous "Coin Financial School1'
COIN ON MONEY TRUSTS
VOW HEADY. The price of tnls book Is
X cents pr copy and it can he bid only of
TiiKUXKY mountain xkwn, sole uRent for
tuU piii l of the country. Ia order to faellstt!
itswiile distribution the iiew malces tho
following liberal offers ;
The IMily and Samlay News three months
(i.2",) and one copy of "Coin on Money,
Trua!t and Imperialism" (1 cents,) posture
prepaid both for only - Hi. 'A
The Weekly News one year (11.00) uud one
copy of Coin on money (2S cents) postage
prepaid, both for only si.oo.
If yo:i are already a subscriber to either
edition nf the News you can renew your
subscription for three months or one year
as the case may bn and take imvaniuK.' of
this offer. Ca-.il to accompany all orders.
TIIE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS.
Institute last week.
Ili v. i'rady and Itice came over from
Cottonwood, last Friday to conduct a
Bible Institute. Mr. Frady left Thurs
day noon. Mr. Rice conducted the les
son Thursday tught, and we have heard
nothing but praise for the able manner
in which he handled the subject. Those
who heard him thought it wa.s a rare
treat. Rev. Wraight returned to Cot
tonwood with Rev. Rice on last Friday.
Wo are rathej late about gathering
some items that ought to hnve been in a
couple of weeks ago. A little daughter
latbly arrived at the home of J. B. Brad
Icy. Remem'oer preaching next Sunday at
Bodaru, at 11 o'clock 8. S. at ten.
Estrayod or Stolon,
From my runrh on White River one
mile above Glen, one large white cow,
with red neck, either muley or dehorned,
in right or leftside.
One laiue white heifer, with blnck
neck, one year old past, brancedaEXfS:
on right side,
One red Mr calf, with white face,
branded f dollar mark,
Wero last seen about six W'ecks ago,
A liberal reward will be paid for in'
formation lending to their recovery, or
their return to the rnni-lu If stolen, I
w ill pay $.100, ruwurd for tlfb convictioti
of the thief.
Lkroy Haix, Crawford, Neb.
The Commercial Banb
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Harrison, - - - - Nebraska.
ssr1 A T)TT A r ctapt: rj in
O SURPLUS FUND -
C. F. Coffke, President.
Cii.is. C. Jmesox. B.
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with the Presidential campaign now at
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some of tlie reasons why it is easily, "the
leafier in dollar a year journalism.
It is issued every other day, and is to
all purposes a daily.
Every week each subscriber receives
18 pages and often during the "busy"
season 2-1 pages each week.
The price is only $1.00 per year.
It is virtually a daily at the price of a
Its news covers every known part of
the world. No weekly newspaper could.
stand alone nd furnish 8uchervic.V "
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The Thrice-A-Week World has at us
disposal all of the resources of the great
est newspaper in existence the wonder
of modern journalism '"America's
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justly termed The New York World.
Its political news is absolutely impar
tial. This fact will be of special value
in tbe presidential campaign coming on.
The best of currrent fiction is found iu
These nre only Rome of the reasons:
there are others. Read it, and you will
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ml list ai lwo ban im tnncans wim.
i RU YOU A WORKER
! t in Wood or flftel t If so
lend for CaUltJKi.j of
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; wriltal, itrong, filmblu,
i V, . P. & John Darnos Co.,
14 Puny St.,
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j T). H. Geiswold, Cashier.
ItntR, A. McGixtty,
WESTERN NATIONAL BANK, New York.
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Ouaha, Neb.
St. Joseph's Academy
& Boarding School,
.Vermillion So.' Dak. -
Tlie 'school is conducted by
and under the auspices of tho
Benedictine Sisters of St.
The Scholastic year consists of two
sessions of 20 weeks each, and begins
Sept. 11, 1899, and Feb. 2, 1900; conduct
ed in three departments Primary, Pre
paritory, Academical and Commercial
Prirriary & Preparatory per month, $1.00
Academic &. Commercial ' 2. 00
Board, Tuition, Bedding, Washing
(c, per mon'.b, in advarice $10 and $12.00
' BENEDICTINE SI3TERS.
St Joseph's Ecademy,
STOCK BRANDS. ,
The t!ouri!fAT. will publish your brand, Hire
the rollowhiK, for $2 :00, per ve.ir. Each ad
ditional brand 75 cents. Ji.very larmer or
ranchmen in Sioux and adjoining counties
mould advertise their brands 111 TiikJouh
KALas it circulates alt over the state. It
may be the means of saving money for you.
On left, side or hip of cattle, (
tin left shouldi-r of liorses. i
(Utane on tlie head 01 Warbonnet
Address Hari-ison, Sioux Co. Neb.
The brand reprscntcd in this notice
and branded any where on left side
of horses and
Also the L j brand any where on
left side of cattle belongs to tlie
The brand represented In this notice
nnd branded any where on left side
of cattle, and over lap cut from tho
right ear. . S.
Also the. same brand On left thigh of
horses, belongs to the undersigned.
Itange near East Springs, south part lo
Sioux county. Ciiarlks Nkwman,
"9 Fit AN K NT7TTO.
On left side of cattle and on left
shoulder ot horses.
Range on Antelope creek
P. O., Ghllchrlst, Sioux Co., Neb.
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns the follovv-
Imrbraud on cull
er: Also HG on rnt
lio nnd liorse
eati In on leftside
hornes ou left
Ranfe on Sliver Springs and east ot stata
rostolllce Harrison nel)
FOr proof to convict any person of steal
ing any of my took.
same as cut.
same oil rlglit.
orO , on '
sstitii si eattle and .
fire brand C ui
right side uf nose.
Addrras, VIU (tni.vll.l.R(
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