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HIJLKISOIsr, ZEIBIEJSICu TliUE;SDAY, OV. 29 19QO
25 c. sr.
Cur il.it !.
5TION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT."Hn. William J. r.ryaii.
C. Y. Cokfek, President. F. W. Clarke, Cariiier.
Cu.vs. C. Jamkso.n. II. S. Clarke, A. McGixley,
Ktoclrmev. having up? for a l)ank at this point may rely on
us to handlo their entire Banking bushier".
-tj-iWe nr" tn-pnarod to takf r.:trf of mr train at all timoPfj
Official Paper of
Gko. D. Canon,
l-FTKHLD AT 1UK JiAhlOVON Pt l-T
How at n.irrl is the allcK.itioti of repu
Vi'ii'itn IivIhm inH j ip.irs, toutiier with
iv fftf 'illed I)(?inocrain, who lavi
tlnripe; Ihel'int two National caiiipaipriK,
nisfwl Hie repul Iksui part v in Mi Kwt-l-tiriiiiff
tha counlry wiili nl! kin li of
trusts, from a pin on I iieecllo tru.-t to a
n-.on-v truHt. 'A'lwu tionuilliins like a
! zzm, (Usui, nml Imck nuniher, sore
tiiilijd prtlilittlatu like J. Stinlter Morton
r Arifi 8'rcli trust fiiine, an.l 1id M.
1 'ii kini'on, lulk nf ro-orsrunizin tlie
rn nilic i party, whicli pulleil 7,f)Ol,0On
-nt" for it itinili l itv, who ii u K:onil
Tboiii is JeflVrxon, on the fith of trie
ji-:tl month, in tipyotid tli e comprelie
lisi.m of fluitB TitnilH
T' ! 1 " iin.n p - ' r 'o lif if vnAflrMil
puin to tlij ta'ild to ent anil can't rest
ut rii'lit on nci;oiint of indigestion. Il!i
ry WilfiiiiiiH, of Booneville, lud.. kiv tio
Kuirred that way for year, till ho com
menced the n of Kodol DyHpf psia Cure
mid tulilit,"Now I can eat anything I like
and all 1 want and sleep soundly every
night." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will di
jCest what you e t. Sold by J. E. rifLXNCY
Al Llioiiirh, Diniocrsicy, at the late elec
tion witi overwhelmingly defeated,
it doe not necessarily follow that
Hon. William J. Bryan and the 7,000.000
voterii, who weut down to defeat with
him did not rpree-it principle for they
1id in every Henne of the word which the
term opplie. iJnmocrary need not be
!iviiayei, nor caiit down, because mon
y, and corruption in liih places has
prevailed; truth, justice and right
though crubl to earth for a time, will
we helievo, arise iiRnio to do battle and
K in a Mnal victory for the people n
(fiiiijHt the per:ial, priveleged few of
mamnn. Not nince the great emancip.v
ter, Aoralmm Lincoln wan preHident has
nrv party had for its candidate aud
tilanilanl. bearer, a did democracy the
pint tw campaign; in the rxvion of
Hon. William J. Fryan, who has in all
his public lifo never made a mistake or
changed hi" principle, and no wonder,
to uk, that the dead, president Lincoln's
ortrait, which rmnifs upon and adorn
the wall atlm White houe, fell from
it lofty position nan awful foreboding
to it occupant that hi ofllcinl act and
the corruption of the republican party
were detroyin(; without let or hinder
am i the preat American Republic, which
he in hi life time had exauted every
mean in bin power to maintain. I -ft
ItemrxTiicy nt ill continue to f iyrht tho
hittle of the people an it hu under the
lvferhip of Mr. Bryan, the matchless
champion of th Inhenint riKht of the
irreat common people, the wealth pro
ducer of the nation.
VmAnt MtKmley, ! dcldel that
Vice rnwident elect cannot ride in the
wi me rarriufce with him, at tho Innuit
Ml, net March, M wnul be lowering
lh hili eitaU of hi imperial majesty
'liich h baa attained under Ilaoua.
Per Vciif $1 .0.
dH - 'KE AS Shi-Mi I I.AFS M-ITTK't.
I r. P.rkhnit. the New York city d !
v ne, who a few years ao visited the
.fi.otrloiu" Uistrct of that, wicked
city dran t b.;er and pbiyd leap-frocj vi h
the tjueitionaiilo characM rs of that (Iik
Irict now comes to the front ae;nin with
a absurd xLttument, how he, by formint;
a comp.iny wool I publish a "iibal pap
er," one I hit will tell the trutii; that
will print all the news; thnt will not le
swnyed by adverlisrs; that will lend
public; opinions; publish a p:ip:r that
the people will lielieve, .0 &c. Just
as if thero was no jiucb papers printed
We behtve the newspaper of today.
whether country, or metropolitan i.s as
near a jKirfect t.VK of ideality as his em-
. .... : .. :.!.. nt ,u, t-
our opinion, wheu Dr. J'arkhurst reaches
the ideal of perfection in his profession,
following in the footsteps of the meek
and lowly Jesus, theu it will be time
for that sainted dvine to commence
I tbe rovolutionization of the newspaper
It now transpires tn.it (J. II. Dttrich,
tho s. o. p. monstrosity who headed the
republican state ticket for governor of
the j;reat commonwealth of Nehrai-ka,
has ll.terantly violated the election laws
of the state, passed by a republican lec;
slatnre two years ago. By the infracti
on of the law, Mr. Deitrich, is not only
inulijiible to the high oflice to which be
aspired, but has likwise committed a fel
out. If the statements are true as r
ported by the daily press throughout the
state, then indeed should Mr. Deitrich
be deprived of his oflice, otherwise he
has gained a signal victory, and tha
gubernatorial honor will rest must tfruc
fully upon his shoulders.
Mrs. Amanda J. Marble, vie president I
01 the .ebraka woman sull rage asseiut
io. ha recently interviewed the twenty
five widows residing in her towship, who
pay taxes from six to sixty dollars por
year, on their desire for the elective fra
nchise. Twenty-four of the twenty-five
declared that tltey want the ballot.
The "ice trust" that Teddy Roosevelt
and the leaders of the republican party
howled so much about, becausA the De
mocratic Mayor of greater New York,
was interested in it, proves upon investi
gation, to lie a campaign howl of the
republican managers, assisted by th
New York World. As a matter of fact
the ice trust is a republican concern and
its officer are republicans. It wa a
case of the "thief crying thief" in order
to escape his pursuers.
President Kruger, of the TransVaal
Repulic, who hn recently nrrived in
France, and was received with demonst
ration of joy and enthusiasm. He was
not eominjr to the United State for con
solation. Washington government has
more time to spare for king nod queeus,
emperors aod dukk
Tup. JoukSAt. will riKid-Li yunrlii-Kiid.like
f lip following, for 12:10, per year, hsch nit
dltionnl nrand ".') cents, fcvery tanner or
ranchmen ill f ioux snd adjoining count Ia
Hiiould Mvcrtise their brand in TilKJouu
oaluh it circuit. Ws H'.l over t!i it. ite. Jt
may lie Hi') tin miiij of avii,g money f.,r yua
For tlm HrriMt 2m conviction of imy party
or iu'tliMKtciU!ii ur ilif itfttriinj nny );rand
on Klock buloiii'liig to tlic uiidcrjIifniMl par
lloi'Sf liriiuiif'l 51 mi riKh Hhouk'.cr or
on right Jaw Al-o, I have
Iloi';s branded " I'-'rt tlilgU
I'OHt Oflicu AddrCKH,
Jliu rlaon, Sioux Co., Mcbrxskn.
K. k. J an n r.
left hip or Cattle. 1'oxt (dllec, ller:tt,
fjloux County, Nebran!ii.
JOHN T. SNOW.
Hordes branded bi--;J5 j on left Bhoul-
or l briiiided
on lett Wioulder
Ll-rAJ and ( a tile
on left side.
l'ost Oiilce Address,
I'a'.riek, i.aiauiic Co. Wyo.
Cattle branded fA,'M on left side
Horses branded ?r?fi5i on left shou
lder, riinpe on f-rdcp'r t ic k.
Any stock branded hsiiImivo belo i( estrny
ed from my ra'ig", discovered by any body
on giving inn Informtition will be rewarded.
Audiexs, Yt, Koliiiison, Nebraska.
J. j:. pakkeu.
llor-H branded on p?--"? left shoulder and
Cattle sainoon left hip.
Sheep barniled FsSj on back or EFS'i! on
back of Mu-ep. iiikj
Hangn on soklicr Creek and While Kiver.
Address, f t. Uonlitcon, Kebraska.
A Gjrls lU-st Counselor is
"Trust your fat Iter's udement of
your men Iricnds rather than your own
at first.," writes Hellen Watterson Moody
to prls, in tho Ilfcutiiis-r Ladies Home
Journal, "The pny, witty, responsive
youn;r man who will probabiy roost at
tract you, will not be the one who will
be likely to have his serious consideration
and respect. Talk over your men friends
with your father, and see what healthy,
unemotional, f-ane, 'iimn-Btandanls' he
will st.t up for you. I foully think if a
girl could haxe but one counselor in her
love affairs it would better he her father
than any one else;. A man's mind is a
great tonio to tlie somewhat diluted in
tellect uf a girl in her first seiilitncutiil
JConwilhstnndinj,- the leaders of the g
o. p., and its party organs alike, most
strenously declared, that if president
McKinley was re-elected, the war, in the
Pu hppines would cease almost immodi
ately. Butalsalthe the wholesale der
tructtonof life continues, and Oenl. Mo
Arthur declares the wrr in the Philippi
nes will last indutJuitelv, and more sold
i rs are needed there besides. ,
Hince election, the Unnrse question
seems more oifllcult to settle, than at
any time since hostilities ceased. The
impression most preveluut ot present,
hi the mind of thepuhlic is that president
McKinley will demand a slice of the
mongolian territory, then look out for
more war in the orient
Over In Wyoming.
The Pleasant Ilidgu Literary Associa
tion was organized on Wednesday night
of last week. The following officers
were elf cted:
Franci Duel president, J. ZumBrun
nen vice pres., J. II. Newlin, Secy, and
Treasurer with Miss Abbie M. Fluckey,
rssistans, The society . will hold its
meetings In the east scIikoI house and
meet on Wednesday evenings, A good
programme bus been arranged fort next
Miss Abbie Fltickoo visited at the homo
of ye scribe on last Friday and Saturday,
Mr. Editor, Zekiol is very sorry that
you have to dine on crow today, tut you
ore not alone, rs Jimmie Mryes, of the
Lufk Herald bus the same fare. As the
old soog- goes "no you may be thankful
Your Stock Brands in the PRES
ln left side of caLtle ud on left
ulionKIcr ot UorHfK.
it nijix on Antclopo erevk
V, 0., t - In : i hi'iit. Sioux (Jo., Se!.
( II AKI.KS HIEIII.E.
"n left .Hour hip of cwttlo, )
;Ij?'i."55l On lelt slioiil'lcrof lim-sct). (
fliniu on tiiB head ot Warbounet
hp J',vj' w!l
Address liiirrlnon, Slout t o. Sob
on left Hldo and
on left shoulder
Jiorces Uranded JV S'J i
limine on head of White I'.iver.
1'. 0. AdiljcuH, IlarrlHon, Ne'o,
JOriN A. IIAXriON
O'.vns th fnllnv
Also HO On cut-
e:'t.iloo leflldfl V ".'A
liorvs on led, f
xtioiiUlcr. ,..-'? ,--..., 1 S '
K:ir)iT0 on SlJvtM Rpriirs uml ei:L of stata
Inc. il'ojji-olViet UarriMMi N';l
till UtlU II
Tlie brand represented in th! notice
Jl' and branded nny where on lelt side
of e:tttlc, and over lap cut from the
Li "2 AlMO "'0 il"lff brand on left thigh of
lild'l borsus, belongs to tlio undersigned.
Knnge near Kast Springs, south part fo
Sioux county. Oiiahi.ks Xkwmx,
J S. TL'CKEK.
Tlra tided on left shoulder ot horses
uid on left side of cattle.
Jj Hangnou White Kiver, near Clon.
P. O. Address, Glen, Nebraska.
DEKPCKKKK I.IVK STOCK Co.
Ilranded on left hip of Cattle
and on lcf t cheek of Ilorsea,
ijUtl ICiingeoii Deep i.Teeit.
Addresij, Deep Creek Live Ktock Co,.
Cei-haS Ho f.Supt.,
, - Glen, Nebraska.
UOBKltT F. NKEC'K
Tlie liil It. Hicks TfiOl Auuuiac.
Whatever may be raid of the scientific
ranges upon which the Rev. Irl R. IJicks
bases his yearly forecasts of storm and
weather, it is a remarkable fact that
specific wnrnings of every great storm,
flood, cold wave and drouth, have been
piainiy printed in his now tamons Al
manac for tunny years. The latest star
tling proof of this fact was the dustruc-
! tion of Galveston, Texas, on the very
'day named by Prof. Hicks in his 1000 al-
mannc, as one of disaster by storm along
th gulf coasts. The 10(11 Almanac, by
far the finest, most complete and beau
tiful yet published, is now ready. This
remarkable book of nearly two hundred
pacjjas, .splendidly illustrated with charts
ard hulf tune engraviugs, goes ns a pre
mium to every subscriber who pays one
doljitrayear for Prof, Hicks' journal,
W'OIiD AND WOUKS. ThoAlmiimc alone
is s nt prepaid for only CV. Order from
Wokd AM) Woitics Publishing Company
2201 Locust Street, St Louis, Mo.
When you feel that life is hirdly
worth the candle take a dose of ( I'hih
berlain s stomach ana liver lableis.
They will cleanse your stomach tone up
your liver titid rt-gtilate your bowels
m iking vou feel like a new man,, For
sale by Dit, J. E. Phlnney.
that it isn't the ather bird, the turkey
bur.7jird, Fred Duel was on the sick list, the
first of the week.
The mare of J. II. Mewlin's, that fell
over the precipice, is alright and ready
for the harness.
C. L. Christian, came home from his
ranch, near the Laramie county line, on
last Friday quite sick. He is now able
to be out again.
A lyceum was organized at Pine Top
shcol house on last Friday night. We
did not learn the names fl tha ofllrers.
VVe missed a good item by not Iwipg
at the post-oflice a sew evenings ago.
Five Point News.
Hello, Mr. Zekiel, how are getting al
ong, "old sou of tho world". Say I old
boy, I hear you are coming back to
Sioux county to go into the crane busi
ness. A good idea, as crane s legs are
sslling at 250, a pair, and you can use
the bills for tobth picks,
County surveyor Hulling went up to
For proof to convict any person of steal.
ultcriiijf, running off, or In any way
duninglnifi utock branded
Bide or hip. Addre js, J.iM,i.s Force,
A. T. IK'GHSOy.
Unna combl double 'ion left side
ot cattle. Jiories aim-j&fit lton right
Cattle all dehorned
ttuiige oa Kyle Croe.tr,
l'ost Olllce. Clien Nebraska.
IN THE DISTKHTCOUltTOFSIOUX CCUNlY
Patrick Lacy, plalniKr
vs c Notice to Non-Hesldent defendant.)
Muirgie l.ncy, defendant
To Jiuggie l.acy non-resldcntdefendant;
You will take notice that on tha i-lth day
of October, '..00, Patrick Daey, plaintiff, tiled
his petition in the district Court of Moux
County, Nebraska, the object and prayer of
which petition. Is to out tin fin absolute di
vorce of the bonds of matrimony existing
between you and the said plaintiff,
You are require to answer said petition
on or before the aid day of December liMX).
Patrick Lacy, plaintiff.
Grant Guthrie, Attorney lor philuttlf.
You can't afford to risk your life 'bv
allowing a couali or cold to develop into
pneumonia orcunsmnption. One Minute
Cough Cure cures throat and long trou
bles quicker than any other preparation
known. Many doctors, use it as a speci
fic for grippe. It is an infallible remedy
for croup. Children like it and mothers
endorse it. Sold by J. E. Phin.ney.
' OTIC OF SATEOF KE.VTj ES
T HATH IX.
In tlie Matter of the Estate of James F.
Notice is "hereby given that in pursuance
ot un order of Hon. W. H. Wostovor. Judge
of tho District Court -of Sioux county, miule
on the SO tli day of October, 1WKI, for the sale
of the real estate hereinafter described,
there will be sold at the office of Grant
Gnturte, at Harrison, Kebraska on the 6th
day of December, 1900, at one o'clock p. m.,
at public vendue to the highest bidder lor
cash in hand, the following described reaj
The west liall of the north west quarter,
the south-east quarter of the north west
quarter, the south-west quarter of the
north-east quarter Section teu, Township
thirty two, Uunge fifty-four, In Sioux Coun-
Ltv, Nelirauka. said salu will reuiuln open
liutcd Novenibor H, 1MW. '
Maktha M. Hover,
Administratrix Lstate of James Y. Hoyey,
IN THE COUNTY OOUIIT OF SIOUX COUN
In the Mutter of the Kstate of Joseph J.
Notlco of Probate of Will.
Whereas Jouh Moravck, of Hox Butte
County, Nebraska, has In accordance with
an order heretofore Issued of this court fil
ed in my office an Instrument purporting to
be the last will an 1 testament of Joseph J.
Moravok, deceased, which will relates to
both real and personal estate whereupon I
have appointed Monday the 17th day of I)e
cembe.r icon at one o'clock in the afternoon
of said day, at my oflice in sail county us
the time and place of proving said will, at
which time ntid place, you and all concern
cd may appear aud contest the probate of
It Is further ordered that notice to all
persons Interested in said estate be notified
of tho pendency ot tlie petition, and the
time and place set for hearing tlie same by
causing a copy of this order to be published
in the Ilarr son Pkkss Journal, a newspa
per published In Harrison, said state, for
t ireo weeks successively previous to the day
set for said hearing.
In testimony whereof, 1 hare hereunto set
my olllclul seal tins 27th day of November,
sr. a I.
Wyoming last week to look after his cat
tle, he found a large band of stieep on
his range. Mr. Huffing asked the herder
how long he intended to stay, the herder
replied he did not know, Mike declared
if he found him there next morning he'ed
certainly blow up his waggon, but lo!
under cover of night, sheep, waggon and
Frank Beersack and Thornton Wood
bridge, are visiting in the valley, the
guests of Mr. Martin.
Jake Forster, the Boggie coon hunter,
came over from long branch this week'
to look after his cattle.
J, W. Hunter's hair has turned back
to ils natural color since election, it used
to be gray but now it is blue.
Mr. MikeBrown was married last week
to a young lady from Cottonwood, we
did nst learn hrf name
Mr. George Bannon came home from
Montana, this week where he hat been
working in the mines.
How strange, but we have heard tlat
land in so pojrio Wyoming, the farm-
THE NEW YORK WOFiL"),
THRICI A WEEK.
Almost a Daily nt the Price or
The presidential campaign is over lift
the world goes on just tlie same and it
is full of Bews. To learn th s nw. just
as it is-promptly and impt.rtialy ah
that you have to do rs to look in the col
umns of the Thrice-a-week edition of
the New York World which comes to
the subscriber 16 times a year.
Tbo Thrice-a-Week World's cHligerKw
as a publisher of first oaws has given it
circulation wherever the English langu
age is spoken and you waut it.
The Thrice a-Week World's regular
subscription price is only $1.00 per year.
We offer t his unequaled newspaper and
PitEss Journal together one year for
$1.75. The regular subscription! price of
the two papers is $2.00. " i
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aa it is administered. Itqiuickly cures
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cure for nil malarial disseases. If you
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merit. W. A. Null of Webb 111 , writes:
"Mv children suffered tor more, than a'
year with chills a,nd fever; then tw
holtles of Electric bitters cured them,"
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We would deem it a great favor, if
any of onr subscribers, who for any rea
son do not receive their Press Journal,
regularly; will notify us of the fact.
Anyone lending tketeti and dwifrtntlofi at?
quickly ascertain our opinion frn whatbar an ;
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sent free. Oldest agency for aecnrlnffnatBta.
Patents taken through llnnn A Co. teative
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