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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1891)
uewly opened inliws at Xeifcatte, an 1 Va rj.il is b-ing us!iel on to Helena,
T'ne P.u-ille Sh-.rt I!;ie his a line surveyed across the s.iiiheru p irt of the
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couiity, and the i.i i.i i,- u, ut inform us that Ijefoie the close of ao ithcr season i t
will liave iLs liiie in op-Tatioti beyon 1 the we t liiw of Xebr.islci. The survey of
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the II arrUon pout office us sec
Atur. the Pacific Siiort Line huws that the roj 1 will h ive over :S miles of track in
Tim H. &, 1L has a .survey riinuij west fro:n Alliance, crossing the south part
of Sioux county and it is expect-' 1 t!i it it will 1 built, but as the amount of the
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t , "cwday, Feb. 12, 1891.
'me wiiicli would tie in Sioux couaty is not kiowa, it ii njt Jig'irei in the ub)va
M heu you take into consideration the fact tliat Sioux county has got so great
a railroad mileage and has
NO RAILROAD BONDS
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g county is in Uie northwest corner of thu p'at htate of Nebmska, nnil in
irty milen'eaHt"inil'wit by nevutity niil north and .south. It coni)iriscs
y, fine rolling-'tahls land anj valusihlo timhiT lan.t, Tho county rontain:?
) acres of land. Something near one-thir.l of this'aiva has been (ikd on by
i a large number of whom have rnado final proof and Jmve deeded farms.
finder is utill 0Hn to settlement. Of course there is a portion of this
pt suitable for farming purposoM, a part being timber land and m tlieie
totile aod otherHracts, too rough for cultivation, produce the moKt mitri
raisea and are excellent for stock raising purposes.
I locality hnan"alvant.igevhich ny oth ;r portion of Nebraska pos.sessed
X Po3tsi and House Logs are FREE!
, alone, m ikes it it wsible for a nun to improve a piece of land with a
i if ;iu l iu ii : il I ii iv ! I i i i i t!i T p li'U of t lis state.
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85 Miles, of Rfiilroad,
9UJI county rum lbs main line of the F. E. & M. V. railroad crossing it from
p.wtrt and coone:ting with. the Cheyenne & Northern, thus making a line
,1i from Omtiw to .Denver anU.the Pacific coast, and also connects thin lol
Jh Um co-J field junt across the line in Wyoming. Thin road has Si inileH
,M in Bioua county.
M B. AM. crossei.the northoast prt of tho county nml has 15 miles of its
iMrit fn WI- of Sioux nounly. Ti lis roa l brings il.v.vn tho coal from tho
outstanding, and in fact, no county bonds of any kind have ever been issued by
Sioux count v, vou cann it but see that it i far better olf than those counties that
gave a large amount of bonds for a few miles of railroad.
Ta i a voiupiiiyiii map! will give the rea l;r a good idea of the railroad ail"
vantages K:.essL-d by 8uux county.
'file s il is of such a nature to eminent! y fit it for agrii'ulture. Eperiineut
indicate that it will soon Im one of the mo.-t profitable sugar beet protluciug dis.
tri ts in tlie world, and other crops will not le far behind.
Th.;re are a great uiiniljer of siucill streams distributed througliout the 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
Sion t county and buy
or less than half what the same gra le of in iterial would cost livo hundred miles
east of here. Good building stone can be easily obtained from various parts of the
coudty; an excellent quality of brick iitv h:i mill a few mi les from tl
seat; the quality of the water is the vert best and the climate is fine.
Harrison is the c ounty seat and the only railroad town in the county, al
though new town are lieing laid out at different points. The is a fine brick court
house winch co.it f lO,!)'!), and representatives of .almost all lines of business.
There is no railrond land in Sioux county, it is either government land subject
to entry; school land subject to lease or purchase, or land that has been taken up
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