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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1891)
.!:ux County Journal.
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Iter. 4 acoAT, Feb. 5, 189L
Jtioual or scrofulous catarrh,
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newly opened mines at Newcastle, and the road is being: fuelled on to Helena
Moi.Una. The Pacific Short line has a line surveyed across the southern part of the
county, and the maueineot inform us that before the close of unotlier season it
will have its line in operation beyond tlte we ;t line of Nebraska. The survey of
the Pacific Short Line show that the road will ih,v over 3H miles of track in
The B. & M. has a survey running west from Alliance, crossing the south part
of Sioux county and it is expected that it will be built, but a Ilia amount of the
line which would ba in Sioux county ii not known, it is not figured in the alove
Whin you take into consideration the fact that Sioux county has got so great
a railroad mileage and lias
NO RAILROAD BONDS
J ,Sfrta' iMx.ibowtaa Sow w r
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is still a larye amount of GOVERNMENT LAND open to entry in
Map of the Elkhorn System,
, ix County, Nebraska.
i county is in ths north west corner of the great tat of Nebraska, and is
,ty milas sost and west by seventy miles north ami south. It comprises
, fine rolling table land and valuable timber land. The county contains
jlcras of land. Something near one-third of this area lias been tiled on by
large number of whom have made final proof and have deeded farms.
der is still open to settlement Of course there is a portion of this
1 auiUble for farming purposes, a part being timber land and is there -M,
aod othee tract, too rough for cultivation, produce the most nutri
iwit and art excellent for stock raising purKses.
JcaJity has an advanUga which no other portion of Nebraska possessed,
Posts and House Logs are FREE!
ilon, make it posMible for a man to improve a piece of land with a
IUr outlay of citsh thati he could have done in other parts of the state.?
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06 Uileq of Railroad,
unty Km Um main few of tba F. E & It V. railroad crossing it from
t aad cooaecUag it la Ckeytoo A Northern, thus making a line
'jq Chataha to Deatar aaA ton Fciflc coast, aad also connect this local
1 eoaj Oakii just across tits lift in Wyoming. This road has 83 miles
A If. crossjsa the northsast part of Um county and has 16 miles of it
ftl b JfJoM 0 fyfiH Mflty, TWirtd brings dowatM coal from the
outstanding, and in fact, no county bonds of any kind liave ever been issued by
Sioux county, you cannot but see that it is far better olf than those counties that
gave a large amount of bonds for a few miles of railroad.
The accompanying maps will give the reader a good idea of the railroad ad
vantages possessed by Sioux county.
The soil is of such a nature to eminently (It it for agriculture. Ezeriments
iudicate that it will soon be one of the most proll table sugar beet producing dis
tricts in the world, ami otler crops will not be far behind.
There are a great number of small streams distributed throughout tle county
furnishing excellent opportunities for stock raising and still are not large enough
to cause a heavy public expense for bridges. The settler can go to the sawmills in
Sioux county and buy
Native Pine Lumber
for less than half what the same grade of material would cost five "hundred miles
east of here. Good building stone can be easily obtained from various parts of the
coudty; on excellent quality of brick have been made a few jriiles from the
seat; the quality of the water is the vert liest and the climate is fine.
Harrison is the county seat and the only railroad town in the county, al
though new towns are being laid out at dilferent points. The is a fine brick court
house which cost $10,000, and roprescntati ves of almost all linos of business.
There is no railroad land in Sioux county, it is either government land subject
to entry; school land subject to lease or purchase, or laud that has been taken up
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