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HZ.iiS02r, TEBSK, TSITJSIDir, OCT. 25, 1900 I3 O. 17-
Onr 3Io(lo---'NO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT."--n. William J. Bryan.
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H ARK ISO X pKICSS-jOURNAIv.
KiilM'rijitim I'rlco lVr Your $ 1 .()().
Offici.-tl ivtper of Sioux County.
Oko. j. Canon, - Editor.
I.V.lJifcl) AT ll'.V. IlIKIM-S I'd
I or Prc-ldct :
WILLIAM .1. BUY AN, Lincoln, Neb.
Kor Vj e lr-;.-!:ii :
A. R. SrFVLNSON, Illooi.iiii.;ton. Ills.
Kor rre.ldc:itinl Flei ur:
FRANK T. 1,'ANsOM, Silver Kcpub.
P.OriT. onrMVlwm, Uemoci-at
I j. N. VKN1!,
joiin ii. i ;;r.ni;n. Populist
WILLIAM II. (Al!!:Er,
Vv'. O. SWAN,
PETKIt EBHESON. "
T I MUCH AS hliUM) I LASS MATTja!.
Dlsmnrks Iron Xrv
Was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will hud tremendous energy
are not found where Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys and bowels are out of order, If
you want t!iesn qualities and tho success
they bring, ush Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Only 2") etmts at J. E. l'niNSKYS
F'L'ri.'OX STATK TIC
WILLIAM A. VOYNTER,..
Ii. A. (JlLHEI'.r
Kor s-r'y nf ( ilc:
(.'. V. KvmIkmI!!.
fur .-ii'l.' Tjiimkiimt:
S. )i. IIOWAKI)
l or .if Au.'.it'ir:
Tlit.'dor Grt;-ft, ,m. .
' i r Attorney tii-nriiil:
W. D. OLlJlIAM,.. ,
Kor ( iiiu'r !'l. I . II.:
1. J. I'ARKY
VorHiiit, I'tii). 'imtnictiuit.-:
C. K. UFA K
lor C'oiifrriii". Bill Olntrtrt:
WILLIAM II, NLViLLE
Gov. Poynter So Hon. W. D. Oldham,
Will address the voters of Sioux coun
ty, at the Court House in Harrison,
on Friday, Oct. 26, at 2 clock in the af
ternoon. Come one. Come all.
Como and listen to that which is of
vital importance to everyone.
Fre Si Ivor Kepnl),
Another of the conspirators, to the
murder of the late Governor (i -hel, of
Kentucky, has lxen fmin.1 guilty, and
ntfii(d to lifo tn.risfiiiicut. Tho
human lifo is ton yncred, for a political
hireling to dare t;iUj at will. Too bud
TiM lor, tho Mutilator of the plot i not
amon Uios.. already fronvit;ted, but an
In; is indicted, lie will in duo time b-.
hrouyht to justice. Governor Mount,
will not always lw ublu tobhield a murd
T.I H; I S i ,A Tl V li TIC KKT.
far llcpn-wiilntiv, .Vr t Itlxtilct:
CUAKLKS F. COFFKE Democrat
Fun SiMiaKir HHt tilstrli t:
V. K HAYWAKI) .ropulist.
'or Coiimy Att'imry,
W. O. PATTERKOX.
fnr Slicrlfl' by I'ctStlou,
J'ur ( (iiiciilhuiuimr 2nl ! tuti lot.
U (". LEWIS.
Fisher in usini,' nil his taclii:'s and they
lire many, in vainly trying to catch a
lew stray volts, frcm his opponent.
I ..n. Chas. F. Co .Tea. In like manner
VanlJoskirk is circulating every inima),'
innhle kind of fabrication trvi"( if P01
Me to d.'ter votes Irom casting their hal
lois for Hon. W. F, Hay ward. But alack
siUh! all nf 1). E. Thompson's and Deit
rich's si rii iters, with Fisher's and Van
lioskirk' daily campaigning thrown in,
l annnt sway the tide, of public sinti
ni.iiit nyainst the m ilti riiillionairs. and
VanlWkirk and Fisher alike, Fishers
name like that of "Aunt llauna" has bo
cuiue no unalhema.
The official Associated Prpss state
ments declare Hut Bryan and Stevenson
will surely carry the state of New York
at the November election, which of
coursB insures the election of the Demo
Hun. W. J. Rryan delivered addresses
to more than hail" a million ijeoide oa bis
cmpaitfri tour through the empire stale
of New York last week, which in all pro
bability has taken the state out of the
doubtful column and placed it in the
sure democratic column.
Poisonous toadstools resembling mush
rooms haye caused frequent deaths this
year. He sur to use only the genjjine.
Observe the same care when you ask
for DeWitts Y.'itch Hazel Salve. There
are poisonous counterfeits. DeWitt's is
tho only original Witch Hazel Salve.
It is a wife and certain cure for piles and
all nkin diseases. J. E. Phinney.
IS THE DiRTKHT V.OV ItT (" SIOUX CCUnIY
Patrick Lacy, ;.l lintltr
vi ( Notice to Noii-IIcrfident defendant.)
MiiKKift I. Hey, defendant
To MatrRle I.ney uon-re.Midenttef(?ndant;
Yon will tak't not ten tliat on t!ia i-ltli day
of October, 1MK), I'atriek I-hct, plutntiir, died
his petition In tlio district Court of Sioux
County, Nebraska, the object and prayer of
which petition, Is to old ilu un absolute di
vorce of tlm bonds of imitiiinonv existing
tn'tween you und thrt snttt plstntilT,
Yon fire required to answer said petition
on or b;foro tile Jtd day of December IWI.
ratrick Uiey, plain tiir.
(irant (juthrie, Attorney for jdalntilT.
Voter drop your ballot in the box and
take your choice. When yon have done
so you become responsible for the men
Hon, John Siuirman, pominent in pub
lic life during a period of 40 years, pas
sed to the great beyond on last monday
morning. The funeral will be held on
today ut Mansfield, Ohio,
II. b. t'i
Record Of Misrepresentation.
$ Mark llanna- and, ISillious McKioley
are having to light their campaign this
time without the help of ex-president
Harrison, Mat Quay, "vViiiiaiu E. Uar.cr.,
Senator Pavis, of Minnesota, Governor
Filigree of Michigan, and It. A. Alger
too, and hundreds of other prominent re
publicans who wtre a part of the head
push for them in l'WQ. Watch the re
"1' 9 B SO Cu9 JI k I i II c i i.M I OIMI
C. F. Coffee,
Chas. C. Jameson.
PreBident. F. W. Clause, CasTiIer.
II. S. Clarke, A. McGinley,
Stockmen liavini? use for a bank at this point may rely on
us to handle their entire Banking busines.
4We are prepared to take care- of our trade at all tiinesft
Tub Jochkal will publiKh yonr brand, like
tlin following, for ?2:U0, per year. Each ad
ditional brand 7."j cents. Kvery rariner or
rauelunen la Sioux and adjoining counties
euonld advertise their briuida in Tint Jour
nal as It circulates all over the tate. It
may be tho means of aavlug money for you
On let t sifle fir hip ol ea tne, j
On left shoulder ol hoines. j
head ol Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Nob
Fuank C. Lewis.
ou left side and
on left shoulder
5300 It KAYAK I).
Kor ihe arrest and conviction of any p-trty
or parties stealing or disfiguring any brands
on stock belonging to the undersigned par
on righ shoulder ot
on right Jaw
Also, I hava
1'ost OlHcu Address,
Karriaon, Sioux Co., Nebraska,
F. K. JANDT.
on left Hip
Voters w ill please hole on the nation
al ticket llw wl Mid I toad Populistand
not confound it with the fusion nominee
of the peoples Independent party.
This campaign of tho republicans will
pod j.vti into history as 'the camaign
of deiiial."Hilhous McKinley and his tu
bal have not the courage of their convi
ctions to win them follower,
They have been acuscd of imfs-rialisni.
They deny it. They have been accused
of militarism. They deny it. They even
Ko further and deny the trusts.
McKinley sasys there Is no such thing
us imperialism in this country. Every
Uidy who thinks knows better. Imper
ialism means the government of others
without their consent. McKinley is
j;,vcruinK Porto Rico today without tho
consent and against the will of the Porto
Hicans. This is iniMfrialiHiu. He i try
ing to govern the Filipinos bv military
lO.-ce. This is imperialism. Mc. denies,
"Aunt Hanna" uneers at militarism. In
lHUi the regular army was limittd to 2"
000 men. In p.nntof fact it was not to
large. Today the the army numbers 100,
()(). In 1HUH the nmy cost about $23,000
OOU annually; the cost of the army this
year is $l'A"i,000,000. llut we are told
told that there are not soldier euough.
What does this great increase in two
years mean if not militarism?
"Aunt Hanna,' cays there are no trusls
lie lias, and he known be lien. He is at
this very moment dickering with a gi
gantic trust tostopthe coul strike tosave
liiMiiunnetsat Washington, He himself
is in control of the Bessemer Ore Produ
:erV Association, one of the most iniui
tiious of trusts, which has miccteded In
doubling the price of Hemer ore since
l"!fiP). Tho "campaign of denial does
imt deny, lis attempted evasion is sim
ply a confession of weakness.
Wool, since lust March has fallen from
l?c per pound to U '"' u'J,t fair 10 fli"
Mill lower, besides, sheep is falling in a
orreponling ratio. McKinley pronper
ley doee uot m-oeii to compare with the
, putt bowl, t! tuiijr Iwut they r
flyirirf k t&to on thl jemr.
A voter writing to editor Korns, of tho Chadron News, ralative to A. O.
Fisher's otlicial acts while misrepresenting tne .eople of this representative district
in the state legislature two years ago this winter elicited the following public re
ply uy editor Korns:
' On examination of tja official record I find that Mr. Fisher introduced a reso
lution calling for the dismissal of Colonel Stotseiiherg from the Command of the
First Nebraska Iteginient and his trial on charges preferred against him.
That on January 17, 1100 as sh-.wa on page SVl ho voted "yes" on Joe
Curtis' resolution to lay on table for the investigation of the Supreme Court.
On January 20th, ViXi ha voted to la.- on tli table resolution introduced by
Representative Grell declaring thu sense of the house to be that any foreign alli
ance by the United States is repugnant to the spirit of the American institutions.
On January 31, 100, he voted against the resolution offered by McGinley to
get a reduction of railroad rates on grain, livestock, coal and lumber.
On renuarv io'l., 1.0 vot-jd t? indefinitely postpone House Holl 10, for
bidding Trw; pas.es to public olliciuls and on tho same day voted to indefinitely
postpone House Hull (51 forl.idin- special corporation favors from express, tele
graph, sleeping cars or railway companies to public olhcials.
On February 10th, llOO, he voted to unseat Nels Anderson popuiisi eieci
from Filmore county although three republicans had the courage to rise above par
tisanship and vote against his unse-alin
On February 21, 1H00, ho voted againsta bill providing the First Nebraska
Regiment then at Manilla, with cash funds and a fund to roluru the dead bodies of
On February 21, 1-S99, he voted to indednitely postpone House It l 233 pro
viding for extension of referendum to laws of the people.
On March 31. 100. he voted against tho minority report censuring the Sup
reme Court for disregarding the laws.
On March 0. isfJ'J he voted against the pissage of House Roll 100 providing
for Hoards of Arbitration to Settle Labor di mules. I.DlTolt.
The chances, are growing brighter
daily for the fusion ticket winning both
in tho nation and state nlike. No man
who has the duty of home and family at
heart, will vote for Deitrieh, if thay in
form theselves about the candidate.
One noted fact about him, is that all of
the christian ministers of lus homo city
are bitterly opposed to him, and doing all
they can to defeat him.
Everything looks quite favorable for
Bryan and Stevenson to carry the Rtate
of Ohio, November Gth. In our opinion
Mr. Bryan's changes for carrying Ohio,
this . yeayare excellent, , with chances
just asRod too for carrying Michigan.
Among the latest additions to the Bry
an ranks are the Hastings Weekly News
and the Republican of the same city,
also the Herman Weekly. They give
as their reason for this move, that the
old ship is leaking, and duly to conscience
and country alike has urged them to
take this step. They say too and with
out hesitancy, that any party which
have placed such a man an Deitrieh, on
the gubernatorial ticket, cannot hope to
prosjier in this or any other state. His
numa thev declare in his homo City, lu
synomyous of all that is ungentlemanly
debasing, and vulgar. Ihey lurtlier
state that republicans by the score are
deserting him in his home city.
Kaugc on head of White itlvur.
1'. O. Address, Harrison, Neo,
The Work of The Trusts.
("Yimnrtition anions.' produce, is the one bulwark of the consumer. Monop
i., ..,.iio (1..-.I . ....... .rism foe him I !oin net it ion means to the consumer, lower
tirice and better ouahtv. Trmts which poison competition and kill it out of til
..... , i....i.H i. ml nooii.r on;. I it v. And today "nrices are "up. lliere
isnt a commodity that hasn't clambered. Here is a list, built on what is purchased
for the home. The poor as well as the rich must have these tbimis. Head: Jou
may thus learn what, under trust rule, is taking place in your pocket
f l -
JOHN A. HANSON
Owns the rollow
inpljruud uo eiiii-
Mho HG on cit
ti iiiiU hor4s
rattle od W'f tnirle
liorsfs on k'ft
Range on Silver Kprlnicg and east of slats
Ine. Postofllce Harrison Neb
I W-l s
left hip of Cattle.
Sioux Couuty, Nebraska.
on left Jaw, j
Post Offloe, Hewitt,
JOI1N T. SNOW.
Horgcs branded v35
on left xhoul-dev
branded on left shoulder of
Cattle and on left side.
The brand reprCKented In thU notice
Vf j and branded any Tyhcre on left side
A3 of cattle, and uvcr lun .jut from the
ir t a ci f
& Also th same brand on left thigh of
horaus, belongs to the undersigned.
Ilunt'i! near Kast Springs, south part fo
Slonx county. Charles Skwman,
Kit ANK NUTTO.
tin left side or cattle and on lef
shoulder ot horses.
rS'Tj UHIIBIIUII Alliriiijjo ...
1. O., Glulclirist, Sioux Co., Neb.
King Geor-jre unil ICiny: AV'illiuni.
Brnnded on left shoulder ot horses
uid on left side of cattle.
linage on White River, near Glen.
Address, (ilcii, Nebraska.
l'atriuk, Laramie Co. Wyo.
J. B. PARKER, .
Tlorees branded on f3 lrft shoulder atMj
Cattle same on left ES.jg3 hip.
Sheen barnded Mai ou hack or I
back of Sheep.
Uangc on Soldier Creek and White Kiver.
Address, Ft. Itobinson, Kebrask.
For proof to convict any person of gtet.
lag, altering, running off,
damaging stock brandei'
side or hip. Address, James Korcb,
. TTsrriuon, Neb.
or In ony wy
One-Gallon (lalvani,"d Oil Cans, do.
Canned Pe;u;hes, dozen
Sardines, case ,
Salmon, dozen - -
Canned Beans, dozen
Canned Com, doz'ii -
Canned peas, dozen......
Canned Kraut, dozen
Carpet Tacks, groos
Wire Clothes Lines, dozen
Rolled Oats, barrell
Matches, case -- 4 f0
Galvanized Duckets, dozen, 1 10
Lead Pencils, groas 7.1
Pickets, Istrrel 8 2''
Pocket Knives, dozen M
Salt, barrel 77
Laundry Honp, box 2 37
Starch, pound .' O'.'J
Syrup, gallon 17
Tobacco, pound .'. S'i
Stogies, thousand 7 f0
Tubs, dozen 4 M
Washboards, dozen 140
Spleen, a pound 13
t ' 4.7
When the American colonies were in
re'volt against Great Britain, George
III,, then king, issuid a proclamation as
"1 am desirous of restoring to them
(the American colonies), the blessings
ol' law, which i hey have fatally and
desperately exchanged for the cal
amities of ar, and the arbitrary ty
ranny of their i hiefs." George III.
ol England, in .177(1.
So too while the forcesof the United
States wore chasing the patriotic Filipi
nos from their burning homes, President
McKinley assured theiu of his kind pur-
(smes as follows:
"That Congress will provide lor
them (the Filipinos), a government
which will bring them blessings,
which will promote their material
interests, as well ns advance their
people in the paths of civilization
for entdang the men of another
race, it is all the same old serpent."
Lincoln's Complete Works, Vol. 1
page 259. ,
"Let it be remembered," said the con
tinental congress in addressing the Males
at the end ol the revolution, "thut it lias
ever been the pride find boast of Ameri
ca that the rights for winch she contend
ed were the rights of human nature.
"True statesmen us they wre," said
Lincoln, "they knew tho 'tendency of
prosperity to breed tyrants, so they es
tablished these self-evident truths, that
when, in tho distant future, some men
some faction some ioterest hhouhl set up
tho doctrine that nooe but rich men or
nono W white men, or none but Anglo-
Saxon white men, were entitled to life
liberty and tho pursuit of happiness,
their posterity might look up again to
the declaration of independence and take
courage to renew the battle which their
fathers liegan; so that truth, justice and
me n y and nil the humane and Christian
virtiieKImight not be extinguished from
the land; so that no man would heienller
dare to limit and circumscribe the great
Canned Beef, dozen 1 40
No one niay cavil at these figures. They wer. fixed and offered by utile
men who handle the articles. And the above is only a partial list of Instances.
The roll o( thosn commodities the price of which within a year has had arbitrary
trust advancement, with no reason save, the loot reason that moves n biirgular principles on which the temple of liberty
or gives impulsi to a foot pad. would swell to tlKitiiandt. The (N. Y.) Venlmt, I wait Itieig Luill."
- -,-,11,-1 - - ' . - 1$
DliKl' CUl'.KK LIVE STOCK Co.
W,H' .Mfl Branded on left hip of Cattle
and on left cheek of Horses,
jS'ftyft llangeon Deep Creek.
Address, Deep Creek Live Stock Co,.
CE imi as Ho -, Supt.,
on left sido
on left shou
lder, range, on Soldier Creek.
Any slock branded as above bring estray
ed from my ratgo, discovered by any body
on giving me information will lie rewarded.
Address, Kt. Robinson, Nebraska.
To whom it may concern.
Notice is hereby given by B. K, Gilbert tlm
undersigned that on the nth day of July A.
D. 1D1K1 on bis enclosed land situated fa fo
tonwood precinct in sions County Kebra.
ka. Two light gray horses was takou up by
him as ostruys.
said horses being more particular branded
and described as follows.
The largest horse Is branded on right hip
Smallest horse on left, shoulder
Hr:ind cntnbi doublerwon
of cattle. Horses ssini
Cuttle all dehorned
Range on Kyle Oreeif,
Post Office, Gle.n Nebraska.
m Mi ,.r
Koblied Tlio Grave.
A startling incident, is narrated by
John Oliver of Philadelphia, as follows:
'I was in tin awful condition. My
skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken,
tongue coated, pnm continually in back
and sides, no appetite, growing weaker
day by day. Three physicians nntl giv
en me" tin. Then 1 was advised to use
Klectrio Bitters; to my great joy, the
tlrst bottle made a decided improvement
I continued their use for three weeks,
and am now a well man, I know they
roblied the grave of another victim."
No one should fail to try them. Only
50c, guaranteed at J. E. Puinnky'h drug
B. K OIMIKUT.'
Digests what you eat.
It artificially d lgests the food and aids
Naturo la strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
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ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently curu
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache, Gastralgla.Crampsand
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Price 50c. and tl. Largeilteontalni2H timet
mallslie. Hook all abouidyepepslainaUMfree
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT A CO. Cbieaoo.
Irfirge sun spots, astronomers say,
caused the extreme heat this summer,
and doctots declare nearly all the pros
trations were induced by disordursof the
stomach. Good health follows Rood di
gestiou. Kodol Hysprpsia Cure dljrests
what you eat. If you have Indigestion
or dyspepsia it will quickly relievo hud
permanently cure )xu.-J. E
A TliotiHand Tongues.
Could not express the rapture of Annie
E. Springer, or Philadelphia, when. Dr.
King' Nev Discovery cured her of a
hacking cough that for many years had
made life a burden. She says: After
all other remedies and doctors failed it
soon removed tho pain in my chest and 1
can now sleep soundly, something I can
scarcely remember doing before. I feel
like Rounding its praises throughout the
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