The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, July 09, 1891, Image 3

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f he Sioux County Journal.
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OfTTHAl CXH KTT PAJ'KH.
HBfT FAFK8 Df THE OX "STY.
A THK LABOWT CmnTjkTlKN ryf ANY
I
rvI-EB H BUSHKn Is KKjCX COCKTY.
Subscription Pri;e, 2.00
.J.Mmmm, - . Editor.
EHfrM at the lUrrinun jo,t ofllce aa a-c
ond claa niatter.
Xjtcrsdjly, Jcxy 9,
Hri Lime to the East.
Tlie Biirling-fcin Route B. A. M. R. R.
j rmininp elpgnntly eciuii.i.I poKwnvr
tnii" witiiout flianKe from Newcastle,
and Crawford, Ni'hniska.dirw t
to Uni-tilti, Nelmiska, making connection
at tlul Hint with their own tlirou't
uuas ior Denver, Cheyenne, urn) ull
points west, ami for Kansas City, St.
Jo-i.li, St. Louis, Omalia, IWia, Chi
ca'o, and ull xunU east,
JituiMiilier thin is tlie only line ,y
.which you can take ltffjiii tar from
Crawford in tlie evening arriviiij,' in Lin
coln and Ornaliu the next afternoun, and
in 'hii ago, Peoria and St. Louis tlm fol-
ouw tt.on.iujf.
K.ir further inform.-iucwi and tic lots aj
i1 v to nearest agent of Iiurliiiirtcni
mie n. x n. v iv.
What Yon Oft Tor a IMIar.
Mfly two twelve piio mMTn.
f our thouuind, turw hunclrnl unci tity
eight column ol fr'u reading mutter.
All the ne of tlm whole world every
r k.
kndli)i mutter, anil not column after c ol
umu of h'Im.
l'ttTD from WiuuliiKlon and nil tin: orni
clpul imw ecu Urn.
Mnrkct rxru which are the most com
plrtc and reliable.
Farm ami liouwbolct IilM tliut are worth
dollar every week.
More than dollar' worth of (rood, abort
Uirlf from the bent wrlt-r of the di.y.
Hull of ponidoii granted every week nnd
other matter of lnlrent to old DoMler.
Kverjblng that happen hi Nc-I.rii.ka that
U of Internal to the people, rojieelully If It
relate to date affairs.
TOfWin It tip, yon get the laricext, hot and
clwel wetkly In the weal. One that Ik
alert and up w ith the ever proK-ln(( went
am ihotiKht 111 1U editorial policy; one thut
will please every member of your fuinily,
young and old.
Try It. Three iiioiilhn, V; nil niontlw,
SOe ; one year tl .00.
Atk your poxtmaxterfor a tniiipla copy of
the WEEKLY ST ATK JOlltNAl. mid K''
him your aulwriptlon, or addrru
HTATK Jol'RMAI.,
I.lnroln, Sell.
. Each DoaBon
flu It own peculiar malady; but wlUi tho
blood mailiUUned In taU ut uniform vigor
nd purity, by the ue of Ayer'a Hanapanlla,
th lyitcm readily alaiU ltelf to changed
conditions. Componed of the bentallerativia
and totiloi, and being highly eoneetitratcd,
Aytft toraaparllla la the iiwt i fli-ctlve and
economical of all blood medicine.
" For aorae yeara, at Oie return ol spring,
I had aerhMii trouble with my kldneyi. I
wu unable to aleep nlnhui, and anfTored
ITcatly with pain In the umall it my bm k.
1 was alto afflicted with headache, loan of
appetite, and IndlgeMlon. Theae niitom.i
tre much worae last aprlng, eiiwclally tho
trouble with my bark. A Wend persuaded
tne to use Ayer- 8arsaiarllla. I liegan
Uklng It, and my troubles all disappeared.
-Mr. Oenevra Bclanger, !M Bridge ut,
Springfield, Mai.
Ayer'oGarsaparilla
rHcraBKD by "
SB. J. 0. AYXB CO., LoweU,
StMtiyDrouieu. l,ii ! Worth 5 a bottle.
The Bee Reduced
in Price.
Tim pric of the
Omaha Weekly Bee
ho been reduced to
$1.00 a Year.
"ow ia the time to ulcril)o for the
A pmiblot of informal in! Mi
J IMraelof the , anon J !
w OUUUD l'ntnt, aii. ''r U1 ,
atari. o-prrfaMa. '' S'u;u
Nm. MUNM .
' I SJOt Wroadwnr. it
fapt MwaiMper in Uw weat.
nd in your ordera early to
Tft&JlRE JUBLISIUNO CO.
Qwaha.eb..
'WUSIC AND lr5iINr
len'und M is an
21 "r '-rk sc holar. He iN
moreover, an unusually well i ,f. J,
manadanetlVrtaiIli4t:ltrU,0r""",
ninlT, ()EZA Zlcur th onermed
P anist, has acWpU.d the directorship ,f
the wyal ojK-ra of IWh. He U also
djjgor of the IVsth
ferti In t COUra?" mak: '
d vo t o ,U,WU md livtd anJ
JtoL.sartand averse to soc-ial
r,;' !'''1,11 Sinr' '"'rcafU-r de
vote hers,.lf exclusively to Whin, and
he will receive only eifht pupils, and
uch as show that they have a tfood fu
ture before them.
Ax illustration of the plentifulness t
musical taleia in New York is Piven
throng the report that there were
nearly three hundred applicants recent
,y for the chair of organist in an np.
town church.
I'AU.fN, the famous singer of lm
lartrLsm, has refused an offer of thirty
t.ioiisand franc s a month ti sin at .,.;.
hn. II,. replied: ' Mafrnifieent ff,.r in
the case of any other country, hut in
llerlin never'"'
L. FniKinticii Witt, the oldest em.
poser of music in liermanv, died re
cently in Kiel, when; he was lead -r of
the orchestra. 1W. August K'aset
owski, the well-known historie:il paint
er, also died a few weeks ajrn in IVrlin.
Ni-mhkr flutes have lately hec i f.,iui
in a rK:k cellar in Erypt. Altlicujrh
very old, they arc in perfect conditinn,
and it is expected that they will (five
iulerestiinf evidence of the Eifvptian
musical scale. They have Wn taken
t'i Imtfland.
Tin: ciueen of Denmark is a fine
pianist, and her daughter, the ez irina,
is nearly as if.i,. At the Danish e.mrt
chamlicr music is a daily occupation,
generally a quartette, with the queen
at the piano. Jivethoren and Ilrahms
are the fuvnriU composers.
PEOPLE OF MANY LANDS,
Tim late Kinjf Knlakntm was a mason
and had attained tlie thirty-third decree.
l'ur.sinr.NT Diaz, of Mexico, is re
ported U have arranged a trip to
1- r:i:icc,
( oi.'ivr.i. Macfaui.avr, who was Kal
akaua's chamherlain, says the kinff left
nn estate- worth ;f1out SinO.OOO.
TllK quee n reffcnt of Spain is sufTer
injf from acute nervo'.n prostration
hroiif,dit on by anxiety and overwork.
Tin; Archduchess Klizalieth, mother
of the queen of Spain, celebrated the
sixtieth anniversary of her birthday in
Madrid,
TllK emperor of Austria sent the
German empress a diamond set ivhedi
cost 1.1,000 as a ffift in celebration of
her infant's ehri:.teiiin(f.
Mil. IIk.nhy Ihcinc. has received the
(Treat compliment of election to the
Marlborouifh club, his proposer havinff
been the I'rinee of Wales.
Kx-Kiso Milan is a resident of Paris,
havinif taken a house on the avenue of
th lUiin da Itmrtoirne. Ilo is very un
popular in J'arfs societ'.
Tub new archbishop of York, Dr.
Matfec, formerly bishop of TVtcrs-
boroiiLrh, is tlie first Irishman who has
ever liccome primate of England.
WiSDTlloltHT, the leader of the (enter
party In the German reichsta'", is a ver
itable Gladstone. lie celebrated his
eightieth birthday two weeks ao.
Sioson ( uist'l had not been out of
office a week before he returned to his
old profession, the law, and held a brief
for the General Steam Navigation to.
C'HAltl.K ItllADI.Allill, 51. 1'., Was B
tailor's shop-walker when ho was a
younif man and first came into notice as
n metnlier ol a country cieiKiuntf ciass.
TitR sultan lives in constant dread of
assassination, lie never leaves the
ifroimds of his palace except to fo once
a week to a neitflUioruig mosque.
Ex-Hi kkn' Isabella is extremely
fond of dress. She is u blonde and has
a liking for bright colors. One of her
redeeming features is her great genet -
osity.
SOME HANDSOME INCOMES.
fA ttniN al Kimok, the primate of Hun-
(fary, enjoys a revenue of $400,000 a
year. s
Tiik revenues of the archbishop of
'ni(fiie amount each year to the sum of
SCO, 000.
I in.', nre ibishon of Erlau, in Hungary
has n yearly revenue which amounts to
about f-'T5,000.
Tick prince bishop, of Cracow, in Aus
trian Galicia, receives in revenues each
year the stun of 'JOO,000.
TllK archbishop of OlmuU, a 51ora
vian citv, receives revenues -which
amount to nearly Si.'.O.OOO a year.
Tiik prince bishop of Salzburg, cap
ital of this duchy of tin; same name in
Austria, has a revenue of 9175.000 per
annum. ,
Tiik bishop of Lintz, winch is the
capital of upper Austria, draws from
his revenues cacli year a sum equal to
about J1-J5.000.
limit Kkltp, owner of the (Trent pun
factories, has an estimated income of
d 000,000 marks (31,500,000). and is called
the richest man in Prussia. H'tron
Rothschild comes next.
Onk of New York's richest women in
real estate is Miss Collendcr, who has
n income of 800,000 a year She
about thirty-live years old, is all, si n
der and pretty, and possesses a fine vo ce.
Loan Tavistock, the successor to the
titles nnd estates of tho late duke o
Hedford, is said to be excessively p n
proud. As he has an income of 1,MI0,.
Smayear, it can't be denied he has a
good deal to be proud of. .
Mn. Jons Kom-K. the English million
aire varnish manufacturer, provided In
his Jill for an annual income to his w
Mr Wilson Noble, the present member
parliament for Hastings, w.th the
p ovC that 2,000 aycar ah. I . jonce
hflBtntckofl if ho BhouldiuUtobcre
elected-..
SYLPH 8Hm;c:M
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-'wwljnDdre4 crcl-a we can do you Rood and aamyoo money. Catalogue,
bi-ct.u.1 lia i and Lsxgaia Lit Largest etock ia the CniUid butes.
HOUSE, HAZARD & COtSR-144 G Street, Peoria, Illinois.
are making a specialty this
- we can our paraGOM
:ue ot ttle I 'I NEST STOCK and
-ST WORKMANSHIP. Such a harness
nnot be bought for less than
$25.
l retail. But we are willing,
i order to introduce it, to
ELL. ONE SET ONLY
j one person as a
?imple for
18.50.
ONLY 50
,1 juit Full and Running our, vr.n g-:...,-l ; niNsa.
4- s j.. .rt k ii jH
yamily, from th
THERE IRE TALKS
about the dining-room;
about what to wear and how to was, . t;
aboutsociety;
ABOUT BOOKS: .sv.
About' PtANTS AND FLOWERS;
ABOUT HOME CABINET;
about'oood ronM ;
ABOUTOUtt BEAUTiruu;
WUb'batnlD9 UloiTPieuiao!
our bMt tuevd
IUps. Logan's RcniwJscEHCEs of
WflSHINQTOM Lire
Wl 11 SOON APPEAR
lMOOUR7M4Nr'CONTWUTORABil
omiitT Buae'tTTt. Bmiwuv, 0. aiiita
Wiu eaaicroa.' Bimo Viaemi. JoaiH auiN'a Wirt,
lo BT.r a)iLvHTiiieTo aiiui.
f
W (Ai"fit Writtrt in th Ceuntr
Thf Biennix
ilMTlD. WASHINGTON. D. C.
NEW REPEAT! fJO RIFLE
nn a ni ievi if n rBifVf h
UODEL 1889.
SIDE
EJECTING. ssr
Usina 32-20, 38-40 and 44-40 Cartridges.
W 3 .,'.!( wiii,t of Renetlne Rifle.
DL I)0l,Io-Actlcmlcvolvcra,etc.,tothe
HARLIN FIRE ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CT..U. S. A.
LYMAN'S PAT. RIFLE SIGHTS
Are Unequalled Dotn tor nunimn
Target Shooting.
Pc.r.d for rihiYoKOP A, W Slg 1111:1
t? Ku.-8 ." :.tu'- tlio. A.irc.
TT fffi'f iiH't'i"! r'.i--'- 7 j-
MONEY
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Equally tuitaUe f-jr Za-lirt
iihtia tei Wte Iktiea,
Its users far: 'Ce'itr th;o C'jhica or Pntll-b't-S."
roBwanesadvaina ti.of Loih vilh
iia;;cii f jcr.i.ei L:p!.i, rcpg. Easy
jr.;.. it. Vrteice'dti as a Hill Cllmnrr. ,li f.L.,i
aitli either Solid orCaUiiut'i'iu. Bond for
si.ecird Bylpli CataJc'sae.
W e h1 crfrrv a full J
from iiO.OO to ltt5.UO.
V.m (( mill tiu fV..l
BARGAINS IN JOB LOTS.
" 'a 1 1 'jilt, rFcrri rtzuirs a
United HUUat and Canada. 7K
season of what
HARNESS
the very
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all aorta ol aafajeata, by
pelnt!".
Contribiti to out .Column.
Publ ISHINQ Co.
SOLID
TOP.
m m m
Weight, 6Vb$.
" IDEAL" RELOADING TOOLS
For Rifles. Pistols Shot Guns.
RELOAD YOUR SHELLS -Si!&-3Jj
INn RAVE MONEY.
FREE, ULUaTRTtD ,
wa1
CATALOGUE
CONTA1NI NQ VALUABLE INTRUCTION ON I
HOW TO PREPHf X YOUH OWN AMMUNITION.
rriL HFG. 00., Box G, Hsw Haysn, Ot.g
$3000
a t 4 n I I iinflnrlak n In tirlcflv
I (ouch any fairly inlplli(Cfiit iirraonnrfithfr
Lei, who - rail Atiil writ, nnd who,
after luat met Ion, will wnrk iiidualriouiily,
V. . . Tk... I Lniuand llnllMDt
tfarlnthclrown lofaHil,whfr'Vrthy llve.I will alaofumiah
the altuallon orpmploymonl,! which yu enn cnni thni aimmnt.
No money for mnuiiii-m aucfftanftil ai a.lfv. l-.anlly anil quickly
li-arni'd. I d-'ilrit hut one worker Irani enrh lliiri t oremmty. I
havflalrrytauiTlit and provided Willi emidoymi-ni jt Inrsra
nnmhpr. wit" arn mRklnir oVr (00 a jenr en -h. It I I'. W
nnd NOKIU. Full nartloulara KKKK.. ArtdrrM iat otce.
K. C, ALI,i:., lloic 40. Aiignaln, Maine
Snnif Utile fi,rtiinnhiihnilaM
wiiik for nt", bv Anna I'ngp, Aiutin,
i v.... ii.... inlm n. Iih o.
-lei. cut. (ilHnianr.'d..lii(rn"w'l; Why
m.I v.iti fionif ram nvir 6lW.Ml a
nimt't h, You van do the work and Ha
ith'i.." w l.- r.'v.-r van am. Kven ha-
o-lntii'lN nro caoiiy earning n.
IU a dny. All aara. Wo pIiow yo how
BiMl ainn yon. i nn ... --
oral! lh- Tim. IHb" mont-y fr wnrk
rr. I'l'llur unknown amour Hi"!.
ifmggtr I' W nnd wondfrfnl. raruciHArairm.
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CORNISH'S GREAT
I1TSTALLMEHT OFFER.
Thin i:Utinnt Solid Walnut J'arlor Organ,
Stjlic 1J, hnctng S Ortnves, 3 Sett lteedt,
9 Stup; awl 3 Knee Su-ellt, reduced to
ONLY $65
AM Mil. II
?H INSTALLMFlJTS
Mid down alter 10 days'
test trial, the Balance ft io
to le irnld In moalhly ln
tHiiaiiMiis oi 4 per
tvoiiLh until all is uai'l.
oiani jnatmciioii
Hook Included.
ai is uniy ncn:wii 10
send references as to your
lanker, postmaster, mcr-
lan-i the Oran will be
snippea proinMijr on u
days' test trial.
VAWUOgUO (Ufl.
ewrMo write to u an
MVP. BIOXK'V
Cornish & Co.,
CI
am if 3 s S2 u 2
d-sslPji sii jiii ii
Baaaaai z 2baSuaus ga pa 4 d a
Everybody Wagon" No. 47
With Half Springs, one Seat, Cushion and Shafts.
'GoodTimbcrand Bona Dnf."
Thobcncliopiilvtiken nft nnii the gear lentftlienofl out for the uso of carpenters nnd
nxivm. Thii wnaon h.n a smooth llittab, U palnW brinhf an-l nttractivo, ami is slrom and
A-' ; . TiWr.ii.cmmI n-iM-iW itu THB WINONS WOON CO..
- 01... lorav- ijjoiaatjaeri, f u,0 Celebiated BmUford Wagon, 10X0 W. 6tk Et., Viaoaa. Will.
Are strictly first-class in every detail,
possess an absolutely perfect repeating
kIiaii ani! hnnilanmA linBAQ. Fnllv WAV.
ranted. Tj (R
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Are the best in the world, and have led IV
all others for yean. Over 210,000 inllK
nse. The people are bound to have tho U W
best, and will have none but tho ESTEV. TJ1
Tima nnvmants np rnah. ni riicstAmnpa
prefer.
Call and wo us, or send for Catalogues
, nnd full information.
mm & MP,,
233 Stato Street, Chicago.
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