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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1889)
,xn County Journal.
gutacription Pri, 2.00
lbe Harrison pot offlft u rc
tj receive a prand Uuinrr
. iwrfii fliW? fro"' tlie republi-
4 Ohio, in x" OI lna eif"iy-io
jj major1')' ,or Juwrnton last
Thi. it nil very well, but a few
, If" ;
:jgtt juditkiily diiierwed would
in aa-ordaiK-e witli the average
i'i idea of tlie fltijean of tiling
Ijf. pitman, or "Pit asi I w more
!y known among iim inctxis, lias
new dignity uiai or Unik
rat I" connection wiui ., t.
.trwdt-K. Holmes, of Harrison,
i ii .. r ...1. IT : ..
s purrliawu uie iui oi iiiju.
. Bilrae ill be tlie cashier of the
....a: if l,u t.rm . ,,..1
! be will be a prime Kun-m VkkI-
jh, new law of nationality in France
10 t)ie effect tlmt a child born of
hharvnUie in any country in a
. tj . I .
Cire likely to ensue in the future if
pla 1 ntri tly enforced. The con
KjUod of the United Rtuteu provide
t ll )ierson.s lorn in the United
btlKe parents are resident and
itjti-U to Hie juriwliction of the Unitel
bleinre Anieri.-nn citizens. lift.
S. Louis laoitalwU liave just pur
sued i franchise for furninhintf lnver
Irth water. The commnv pwiu a lake
jETHiilw from Ienver which 1ms an al-
zaieof fourteen thousand, four hun-
Hind thirty-four feet, while, tlmt of
UntywTive thousand, two hundrvd
d three feet. Tlie water will lie
trjug.it to the city by aiieluct, and
rill require but little, if any, pumping
jceount of thn immense prt-ssure
pvtn by trie ditfereni-e in elevat ion.
Thmolicitor of the troa-sury deisirt-
Kotnill scratch liis head in dead ear-n
et He has leen called upon to deciile
S rjilexinx question whether electri
dty general! in Canada and introduced
tothijnntry would be taxed as be
artubiect to dutv. It aniMairn that an
" t i
tkrtrical plant ha been established on
k Canadian side of Niagria Fall for
tb purpose of Rupplvinir Buffalo with
Ssctricity, and if the solicitor of the
Irawry be wise he will refuse to make
.ii,, . .. i
reply just yet a while, on the ground
I.'; . , .
twtl treasury dejrtment doe not
er hvpothetKal uuentiuna. Lincoln
TViounty jailer at Omalia got on a
gtynaaod insulted neoole a few davs
If'J- A comnlaint wan Hied, the nmn
stl, and lie went up to the jungo
--eoun room, rcely, knew what
piing on. The tee makea a kii
Ifcut the manner in widen the affa
utmslii! on Tl,:.t U Tl
tof a man holding an oflicial isisitic
"ot give him a license to violate
and in case lie does do an aci
'httll lie is li:.l,le , I i .,..1
... ,.v v-. 4... 4, . ... i
wljihouMthe fact I made known
"faylWeekHnrv Villa.il. of
we Aortfwn Pacific, HiibmitUkl a pro4
lu uw airectorg of tliat company
wnwiwate ita debt by isuing a blan
engage of 1 160,000,000. This pro-
"wwuwtWok the directors' breatl
,ny Die present fixed hidel.t.liiess ol
wroad it about $93,000,000 for the
line and Mrne t'ie.OOO.OOO for the
broad., and properticn, making in
""WoutH30.OC-0.OOa Villard' jiropo-
V"1-'or a lower rate of inter
""W U new loar, ( tifln.0fl0.000. but
mk no deflna3 proviKion for the ex-
T- w,w,im over the original debt
nutDore Uian tibl v:ii..i l.im.
uiJ uUorb a portion of the
tOlniin .... j ....
. r j imu rnav iw
AMI titiou .1. I ,wt 4l.4 i-L.,. in
..v Duumiueu rim pian. inc.
A Punched OolUr.
-., lu-jnunwan is reifiionsioie
loim , mU r'"rclr.i-4 a ticket,
! id I t'le,t'on(lu'torfr.ie around
irtilwi i i cawi after wiucn ne
. "w back in hU seat and bom rwid
newsimpcr, PreHntly the eon-
fturfu J e,urnt "UKik here," Naid tlie
e7n . . Bitlman, "y
"le tri-ml.,.. ,: , i
Tlie i coniinueo w rvai,
"condui r HKike with more excite
r"t. ..Ti,i ,i..i, .i u.i,i
. " nm dollar vou mive me. nu
H-.ff"tl-,man looked ui) varelewtly.
ou j " Jou uon i wain n
tJ ,""f't turn it over to the compa-
bruka NUte Fair,
JWn tickeU on aal. Sept. 5, to .8
y.., "luniiui u.ii... ii- -
'ive: t tj..i i. .aiiKH
Lrrwui m..... : t:t u.,1 u i
VMtha p.i, ..j r.iiin..
Eroo tick.1. mu Senteniter
- to S. . , ...:i
. -M-MniiYi, rootl reluming u'
by tlie Womun. ,
lol !. WJTv,"!'
: 4 p. m., when f..ll .... . 6'
- Biienaance is
will Uien take pla,e.
."s oue irreat
htone deed f,f .i ... ...
. , , . f""" ere nil; it
dd make l
.... .u.,Kcr seem tlan if
ear "'lr a tliouud
"Time i,a.th a wulU i.:.. , ,
lrein lie put alms for oblivion"
If luu the laivtrf lir. i-
""u uves in
the liven of the ynatest (lumber of ro-
much Kr.in.ler tlian never to lave astriv-
uiK (,'o.xi enoUK'ti to lie called a failure."
"He not simply l'.xkI. lie L'nort f.,r
sotnethiiiK'."-Henry Tlion an.
"WiaUdona we partly can compute,
Hut know not what's resisted."
A few drink of bud whiskey can do
more deviltry than any decoction invent
ed by man. It only t.K.k a moderate
amount of this sitiuiulaiit anil a few mo
ments for a drunken teamster la mount
a Northwestern locomotive on a recent
evening and start it wildly spinning
through the city, only to stop when it
went to pieces against an ojiKisin,' en
trine and resulted in a damage bill of
tl.l.Oou. Two drinks for lifteen cents
can accomplish (;rat lliitifrs in the way
of damages. h.t-Ockiii.
TlinIJNII WITH IMSIIEK.
1 a suttitiK at the table of an Irish
men luuit in S a few years aj:o.
He had ei:lit beautiful children. He
li;ul his wines and bramlv on the table.
and, of course, asked me to drink, and I
hadtojrive my reasons for declining:.
Tins mive me an onportunitv to nut m a
little tciiierance, and while I was niak
inr; my little sieei h byway of apology
I iiiiuio this Miiark: ''I would, like to
we the man who could truthfully say
'No relative or friend of mine ever fell
IhroiiL'h int'iiiieran e.' " I iw that
this had struck him; his knife and fork
fell from his grasp, and be remained si-'
lent for some seconds.
"Well," said ho at length, "I am not
that man. My
. , . ,
My first Biiiiday-school su-
man a man of genial spirit
and noble mein. He went into the wi
trade, and died a drunkard before he
fortv. My find class-leader, I belie v
wan a good, intelliRent, useful man; but
he, too, yielded to the habits ot intern
pren e, and died a drunkard. My owi
futber siiffered tlirouifh intemiieieiioe."
"Yet," I exclaimed, "and you yoursell
are ,ra,linK U-f.-re your friends and
,.',,,," Uie jllstnimenU of death
' ... . . v()Ur wt 8unibyhool su
perintendent, your first clasn-leader, and
your father, Tlie very roie with wliich
they were Imnjf you are adjusting to
tjiti'h your children. I c-anuot afford to
put my head in such a halter as that."-
-Tlie Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri
Vallev R. R. and the Sioux City &
Pucill.: K. R- "Tl'e North-western
Line," will sell tickets from all stations
on their lines at one fair for the round
trip for the National (i. A. B. Uui'"n
at Milwaukee, Wis.
Comrades and others desiring to char-terKl-ejiers
should make their arrange
ments at owe. Tl.rougn cow
run from imiortant stations w
ke8 via Chuago wiinoui
fall on J.C. Northrop, agent, Ham
wo, or write to J. Buchanan, G.
A., Omaha, Neb., for further mforma
tion. Mwrkof Electricity,
. .vm use in the United
mere me - , . ..
States more th.-. 5,650 central
Nations for Utfltt and power. .u.
U arc. ihOiand 2,600,000 mean es-
Lit lamps, ai-rewere.iftyn.ue e e -
trical railways in operauoa .
last, and eighty.ixroaus o
construction. increa-,. -e
,i-trical investments uurmt;
was. nearly 170,000,000. These are very
waitntariy t wmfr
takaWjtothecoiirHe of to tu
. ..-.ii ii.. , i.f Nebraska.
Now SertiowH ..
kesalesn-nisadviHetlto , jp
to examine anu
island b;stect,onu,:7 eH
ad lateraitroau "
indicated. Nice lit -eT - .
i,,.v rceiveo me """
Lntion V J-
Pill icn iw -
vu.tioiiiLioii. rf .,u
ir .i,i,.li now accomi'""'"
tl, ndex wnidi no
k1. map. ' M" i . Vare the
eciiml" ' rhicatro, are the
1 154 Monroe street. CI
publishers, and we l-t
,..il.lilierH, wwwel"c" r....t
pr(IUble.n.ployn.e - t
",., . who obtain v W" .
""T.; i... excellent map
f yj- excellent
STOVES, TINWARE. BARBED-WIRE
And a Big Stock and Lowest Prices,
Tins it the time to buy barbed wire CHEAP. We have just received a CAR
LOAD and it will w you .0 buy it I10w Y(Jur3 for business
Fremont, Elkhorn and
Missouri Valley R. R.
"The Northwestern Line"
Omaha, Sioux City,
East, North, South and West,
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINT&
H. 0. Bl'HT, General Manager,
J. Pt. Bt't'HAKAN, General Pasneiiger
Between Harrison, Neb.,
Chicago, St. Paul
The Harrison House.
EOGERT ROHWEB, Propnetor, . - HAKRISON, Nebmslt.
Special Attention to Commercial
Best Accommodaions in the Northwest.
J, Q. ARMSTRONG, President. S. BARKER, Cashier.
Harrison, - - - Nebraska.
Transacts a general banking business,
Loans Money on Chattel Security.
J, B. Finnky, President. General office F. C. SlLKEtsaw, Secretary,
BUFFALO GAP, DAKOTA.
BUFFALO GAP LUMBER CO,
Lumber, Goal, Grain, Lath
Are ftrictly flnt-elati ! eveiy detail,
poneai an absolutely perfect repeating
action and handsome cases. Fnlly warranted.
Are th best in the world, and have led
all others for yean. Over 210,000 in
nse. The people are bo aid to have the
best, and will have none hnt the ESTEY.
Tim payments or cash, as customers
Call aid see ns, or send far Catalogues
aid fnll infsrmatiin.
G. GUTHRIE, Manager.
16 & 915 QU.Y
2nur t to Omalia and
tleni. A copy -
n at thi oBiCf... I,
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