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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1891)
T&Sioux County Journal.
official ox vty paper.
iwd at ?e Harrison ?rtoce
owl elan matter.
Thursday, Jas. 2Vlt;
D R. Carper., editor of tlie ley
. i:..: s.nmmr.l HOei an""'
, was bound over to appear m the dia-
. : t answer to tile coarse
mil i-vm . ,
laws of Nebraska are pretty stru t on the
subject of libel w
ties attached are severe.
Tbe indications are
rust will get i
A Wlllln introduced whHi pro-
to provide ' W uF"' 01
that the school thet-of tlv
... .1.- f 111 the counties, to compel tne
ne system n
rv i.ls : .1 .mit a bill to sod a' uniformity mi
ewtsuu iucu wiu6" i
trust will get a black eye at tne nanus - :
e, provided bhfaoer can - ' . , tbe-work of
office. Ttmtis-amove ui
rection!- Trie law ooW go further awl
ride for the e2ani nation ol an couu
pas- " '
Tim R M nfM lis line wu'k"' nmvi
. V ' a f 'j trains will be I k. k an orri famished by
into ueaawoog am ik.-. ... ly iwui j 1 - .
-JK''f-fc" ir Arter str'urfr along Ltsitl, and oaid bv the v-anoos counties
milnnd Deaawcoa iu time emntovea wrwu.
W I VI1UU If 1 VI '-' 1
Untinc law has proven an
1 SU1UC -"r" "O - .
tent one for tlie protection of uvfosuors,
Th TiebriAka UsrUtture.
Kcw that the le. j.sUture of tins sUte
UinonaJl thoe desirous of m.
Dlete and unprejudiced rirU o.,
Log of that body lt-o.
r . t rt iiewsiper, J If
.-.u. .W mcraf. Being: located
at the state capital none of its would-be
able to- MfflPM w'1" "
,adl.ns the Io aing of the Hla
ture. or in gathe.ing oUcr unporUnt
capital tapp- .
Uie reix.rU ol tne leajtw- - -
ferent rtate "" 'stbahsh U'f
claim. The daily will be sent to any ad
dress for tlO -per jw and the Weekly
for 1.00 per year.
KointEn ,!i Tor on
Bi is or CHKo, rU)ron.
Kemoved to C1wUd4, 0.
-n aflire of the Auwriean Former, the
valuak journal which is still being of-
ft fna to the readers of
c' . , n .l
ia has removed to Uleveianu, u.,
. ; new field Anwtatn rurwter
. il k .S. U.a. tvbill'M
Senator 'Wilson, o, u.s . funds of individual are pm-- ; increaai-g-National
bill provided tnai precincw, r toiniy would be no mow u -6 , valuab' imivmentn
counties could suspend the he law by by the ta.es is Jten.plated by
- m . i : 1 1 KuiurMii Ti i.iu i . ... i i A'rrurMiriT. 1 1 1 i iiu cv
a vole, ine oui - well toOKea aiier. . . - ,v, .,.,v,
fflmltlieon.agriculture anS Monday K rjW roUndby inspection of th. rec- tto'
Senate File Nol f,-w introduced by . right to gee that the private
-.iiii' Wnorted the bill back
rVrt' recOlftdMndation that it be in
ii. unnmiH uur uk Li " '
me viu i-
.. - , ...u .u,U bons.rr ruor vaiuaoie w .
indicates tnai "" - ...,..t;n nri of th Jnieri-
nrds of off"" in
devined for keeping" ratters straight
It is quite certain' ASf ff the fegwla
turebqee geU down to bu!5ii5 law
providing for the Australian ys-5et of
balloting in Nebraska will be adopted.
t knl thaf. he framer of the bill
k to uvf
will see to it that the official seal on
Congressman Dorsey attempted to
have an appropriation of 2.-.0,(XXr made
iU ..ru.r, nnnronriation bill to re
in mm etNV'"' I'i - i
lieve- tlie sufferers from' drouth. The
tlie committee declined to insert it in the bill
1.00 per year.
remain as heretofore
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outside- of the ballot is made necessary, and Mr. uorsey wihbk... " "
iL iUM ecrA without it sliould It is claimed thaf sikh aid is not in ac
ii Ji.iA i thm and the nerson cord with the plan of gbvomment While
i.it.Xnx tr bbu ba-llofe should be pros- the sufferers from drouth may not be en-
...i titled to aid from tlie national treasury,
. th,. localities injured by the' Indian
The dispatches from Washington' state . , t certainly have a riglrf to
that President Harrison tias made up his ..g assistance from that source. The
iiiind not to sign a free silver coinage government certainly is respon-
if presented to him after it has pass- ... . t, troui,e. The Indian trouble
ed both houses. If the president desires a reat deal of loss to the people
to renere the flnacial distress of the west . . . the territory surrounding the
and restore the former prosperity of
the masses he wrH re-consider the matter
and sign a bilT of fhat kind. More mon
ey means cheaper money and that is
what the country needs.-
An irrigation convention is to be held
it Superior on Feb. 14th for the purpose
Of organizing for future work. The plan
tb'be proposed for adoption is the build
friirnfdji.mii across every ravine and on
eVery farm in Nuckolls county and thus
establish reservoirs. The water will be
used to moisten the land, and the exis
tence of bodies of water will tend to in
crease the rainfall. The people of Ne
braska are becoming alive to the benefits
of irrigatioh. . .". -
A bill ha. been introduced in the legis- fo rZZt
.lature for all counties n the state to r-ernment of the mortgage against the
turn to the commissioner system 1 I Union Pacific railroad.
li nof. eountv that' has adopted thef rhurch Howe, in voti'ne in favor of
township organization system that has the resolution, said that it would be in
not found it to be a disadvantage. It the hands of the government a road to be
costs a great deal more to conduct the I operated by government control and as a
county affairs and as a rule the work is I step jn this direction he would like to
not as well or as thoroughly done. The I have the experiment made. The Call,
Comraissioner system is far preferable to
the township system an the law now
. . . . i
reservation. Many left tlieir Homes anu
men who would have been able to pro
vide for their families under ordinary
circumstances were obliged to remain at
home in idleness on account of the dan
ger to which their families were exposed,
and now are in hard circumstances. To
thpse the e-overnment oueht to extend
aid and quickly.
The I'nlo Pacific Mortgage.
Yesterday the House by the significant
vol of BR to 6 the followimr ioint reso
lution was passed:
Kesolved, by the house of representa
tives of the state of Nebraska, the senate
fionnurrinir. That our senators in con-
BAH II OF IIADEIISOtl,
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL f 23.000.
nylnterest Paul od Tini. Deposits.
Loans Money on Improved Farms,
CHAS. E. HOLMES, CASHItR.
t J Mtor-
J. C. Allen .-VerUrTK
T. H. BenUm..-.
Jaka C HIU
& U.lUntlntie AtUmy
A. U. HunibbreT .! C
A. K. Cuudr Seat. Fablle
A. 8. Paddocks. C. a. Senator, IJ
C ft Manderaun 1". B. Henmlot.cj
W. J. rouncll, i-oafrepnaa.i uul,q
Geo. W.TE. Portry
Wholesale aod Retail
A large and wall selected stock
HLWMS OK HAND.
ACOKN STOVES. BARBEDJ.W1RE
at prices to suit; the times. Agents for
CHW.1PI0N BINDERS MID
Chadron, - Neb.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
CAR OF FLOUR,
.11 standard grade., wulcn will be old at lowe.t living price..
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Ladies Shoes, Good Quality, fl.25 a pair.
Ladies' Shoes, WARRANTED, only f 1.75 a pair.
Mens' felt Boots 65 cents a pair, and others equally cheap.
Felt Boots and Rubbers 2.10, CHEAPEST ON EARTH!
Good Grade of Prints, 7) cents a yard.
Overshoes 11.45 a pair.
Bargains in Dry Goods and Clothing
Call and be Convinced.
tion of irrigation the state of Nebraska
Str series of articles. K tates the po
sition that the time will come when
steps will be taken to supply moisture
by artificial methods to the ei. tire state.
This is a question of vital importance to
all the farmers and every effort made in
that direction is in the interest
o the farmers, especially those
ef tbe western portion of tbe state. The
soil and climate are all that could be de
sired and the only question is that of
moisture and the Bee will place tbe pio-
while it endorses Mr. Howe's view, sug
gests this query: Under the present
ownership is not Gould, through his
forming a great railroad trust and co-
ercine other roads into it, doing more
toward bringing aliout the ultimate gov
ernment control of roads than by any
Of Interest to Settlers.
U. S. Land Office.
Chadron, Neb., Jan. 15, 1891.
The Hon. Commissioner of the general
land office has instructed this omce as
VOyyJ We do the
Seven New Styles and Sizes
For sale by all Photo. Stoc Dealers.
THE EASTMAN COMPANY.
You are advised that, under the con-
Beers of the western part of the state un-1 struction placed by this office upon tlie
der everlasting obligations if it succeeds I joint resolution of September 30, 1890, it
in arousing the interests of scientists and is required tliat the pre-eruptor shall
capitalists in the irrigation project. I make his proof first, when, should he be
unable to make payment, he may then Sena for uaiaioffue.
Secretary Noble expresses tlie opinion apply for relief provided, viz: an exten-
thatinthe attempt to civilize the In- I tion of time for raising the money. In
dians now dependent on the government I the absence of an adverse claim, such ap
art should1 be made to work. That they plication would be favorably considered,
should be treated with fairness and just- if presented as required by circular of
ice, but not supported in idleness. Had October 27, 1890.
they been tnated with, fairness and just-1 The circular referred to, gives the fol-
fee,. the recent trouble would not have lowing instructions:
occurred. The government did not keep Any person applying for an extention
it promises and government officials 0f time autliorized by said resolution
made a good thing out of the business, will be required to submit testimony to
This gave the Indians "bad hearts" and consist of his own affidavit, corroborated
trouble followed. If proper care is exer- so as far as possible executed before the
eisedia the selection of men placed in I register or receiver, or some officer au-
efaanre of the Indians and a labor policy thorized to administer oaths in land mat-
adopted and the work of breaking up the ters within the county in which the land
tribal system Vigorously pushed, trouble I is gituated, setting forth the facts in de-
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
Bk fotuve eaa be avoided,
Wbeo Senator Schrader introduced a
(solution asking that the supreme court
Washed to rolv on the point of having
11m sjgBmtttM of the governor and the
faataanat governor attached to a joint
resolution relaUBg to the pending con
tests, ha eertainly showed a gnat deal
thMi wtaeabe advocated the
Bthoriy of tbe supreme
oowrt uU tfce ntUutkin. It in more
tm Kkaty Hast wamber of the hot
iM JasyiMaoBtB who are members of
O hJgBi trfll he oUed to an ac
wstby tfteir ciairitaiati ; They were
at&orotoisafoovo Mm law, not to
irhMB,' ftttotof th session
reWOi fi aai otb
1 af BMBsy)iahsoV Unliai ion
-wwoWojladoeeH will be aeeess-t-fjOasrrt
H etay ttwrt and
tail relating to tbe failure of crops on
which he relies to support liis application
and that he is unable by reason of such
failure of crops to make the payment re
quired by law.
The joint resolution referred to requir
es: That whenever it shall appear
That any settler on the public, lands
by reason of a failure of crops for which
be is in no wise responsible, he is unable
to make the payment on bis homestead
or pre-emption claim required by law,
the oomtnissioner. of the general land of
Dot i hereby authorised to extend the
tine of socK pay moot for not exceeding
one year from the date whsa the same
W. K McCajw, Register.
T. F. Powbm, Receiver.
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gr FRESH and SALT MEATS always on hand.
Geo. H. Turner.
Boils and Pimples
Are nature1 efforts to eliminate poUoa from
th blood. ThU result may be sccowplUhed
much mora eOectuallr, as well at agreeably,
tbfougb the proper excretory, obauaesv by
tbe use of Ayef BaruparlUav
i' For severa) yeata 1 was troubled with
bolls and carbuncle. In eatUng about tor a
remedy, it occurred to me that Ayer'i Sarma
parilla had been used In my lather's family,
wa excellent success, aoA I thought that
what was good tor the father would aho ke
good (or the son. Three or four bottles of
this medicine entirely cured me, and I have
not since la more than two yean had a
boll, pimple, or any other eruptive trouble.
I can eonscientiouily ipeak in ths highest
terms of Ayer'i Baruparllls, and many
years' experience in the drug business en
able me to speak Intelligently." -C. M.
Hatfield, Farmland, Ind.
CR. 3. 0. AYXB 00., Lowell, Xasa.
Prtl; stx.fcoUlM.ti. Worth tlsboUk.
B. E. Brkwstir,
C. F. Coma,
CHAS. C. JAMESON, Cashier.
General Banking Business
H. T. CONLEY, Lawyer.
Loans no Money,
Represents no Insurance company sad has
no land to sell but glvs. his entire Urns and
attention to the praclfc of the law.
Harbison, . , . Nbhusza.
ram any one mimhsr.
idea can be obtataed thai wilLba wwth
CfeoslitaioBBj or acrofulons catarrh, I thrice the subscription price to you a
sareiv curea ay Ayersi mewwers oi your household, tbt von
sore eyes, etc.,
obt n rxxtv Call and sec sample copy.
C. E. HOLMES,
AM business entrusted to his car win re
celve prompt and careful attention.
HAMU80, . . HBBRASXa.
145J 0 Btreet, Lincoln, Sch,
Practice limited to diseases of the
Read the press notices,
Send for symptom chart,
State your case.
Amass Cobb CUW Jastke, LkJ
a. Maxwell. a.iaw -uojt,
T. L. Hurra! Associate JudslnJ
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D. A. ranipueul strs saw awpwriar, Ustk)
TWELFTH JCD1C1AL DISTRICT
V. Klnkald . 'dgs, OW
Conrad l.lndeuian Clerk, Hsny
Barker County jj
Conrad Undeman QJ
. J. Gaybart Tr
Koutbwortb opt. rubllc Inntrv.,
Ttios. Beldy n) '.
Geo. J. fbiirr. Con., p
K. Hew SumirSj.j
onrad Undeuian Clerk ofjblstrletCa-t'
11. T. Corjoy luivy Attaw-
IMIARl) Of tXlMMISHIOSERS.
Chas. I'. Grove, (chairman) ..ad Dtes,
A. Gtwa M
W. Knott 1st
LEGISLATIVE: J f'
. Wllion SeuatorJlt 'o.:i4,-a:-
LL I- llcntta K'P., VlxU So. IS, Kmbrjf"
VILLAGE OFFICERS: .
II. Weller Cchalnuan ).....-. Trs.' ' ,
. R. Smith . .
C. Northrop.. . ... '
'. K. Holme ..
W. II. Wright
C. K. Verity-
p. F. Ihivls Tre-fc.
M'lldOL OFFICERS: "
S. I, R. Maine "UW
TF. RMS OK COURT:
I)ltrlct Court, At Harruon, commm.i
February mtb and rtcnib(-rtlh,'lS!a.
County Court, At Harrison, conmir.. .
flrit Mgnday of each;niontb.
CIU RCIIES ASI) WK'IETIIX
M. K. Chutt-n rreachliif eack altsraU'
Sunday at 10 :30 u. m., and every Hundsyti' '
UW ftl i :3J. T.. r.. r-. nomca. rinut
Ilev. Wtihnm Wllwn prpftflie. tt
church esrh alK-rnale Wpihiebij en4V
iK-ftlnnlng at 7:30. i''
Episcopal Hervlce'at.the church on .
Friday evening between the lat two vP;
day of each month.'condncted.by Rer. Ji
Union Sunday'School every Sundyit:j
a. in. E. E. E. Hoaicx.
Bible School meet at tbe church carts
day afternoon at S o'clock.
8. c. I. Bassitt, fe
If you are sick and want to get well,
write all about yourself.
No trouble to read letters; send stamp
1452 0 St.
I have a good well drilling machine
and am ready to drill any sized well on
short notice. Terms good and prices
low. Postoffice, Harrison.
C. S. 8COTT.
L. E. BELDEN t SOX,
Wagon and Carriage Makers.
Repairing done oa short nouse.
Good work and rasonabl charge.
Shop sooth ef livery barn.
Harbison, ... vt
Will practice, befors an oooru and the C.
8. Land oOoe. Bnstnes ntrosird to ay
care will receive prompt attention.
ABBWON, "TH tlsTA-
Ea O. HTJLL,
aUBxacav . .
And All Points in the I
East, North, South SIT
TMAouoM.Tics.tva to att'-Pourn;
Baggage checked to Oestlnstos-
Through Palace Sleeper brlwen Wsx
Valley and Veadwood
H. 0. Burt,
J. R BUCHA5A.
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