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HARBISON". 1TEB., JA.!. 28, 1892.
SIOUX CU'.XIi' '
, RflJtor ju4 Proprietor.
. V II. K. Time table.
t. (joins EHt.
..11. -06 So. 6, mixed 7.00
el. 1.. '
fcirl rt-tl f
(r perliumlred lb
-.2 S0?.8 00
te-'iir in. (...
ff ivl every Thurixlny.
j J. O. M.irris was in town Tuesday.
t-Acrniughson was up from Andrews
Sam Tebbets was in town Tuesday and
(ailed at tliis oflice.
II. W. MacLacldan spent Sunday at
his home on Running Water.
Mrs. B. F. Moore, of Marsland, v. a do
ing bdsiness in ILirrison Tuesday.
JjiiUiy'Ti.Uorney Conley started on a
"rtuMness trip to Lincoln Saturday.
Mr. Netdjit, of Crawford, passed
through Harrison Tuesday juorniug.
CiKHHy Treasurer Cavliart deuarted on
hursday eyejiijyr's train for Lincoln to
settle with the state treasurer.
H, H. Russell, of "White River, was
in Harrison on Tuesday and called and
gave us some cash on subscription.
'fcted at the I larness shop.
St has a hew fanning mill.
tin I rones aiiunmngiiam s.
weather aud ,ould satis-
per barrel at
woj.d & Marsteller'h.
iw a scarcity of cattle and
at large in Harrison.
music should not miss the
jpyep by prof. Vitale on
Jb being made to form a
I in Harrison. This is
all that jvood tiiut )yas
I It is the season of the
would be appreciated.
Sillinery goods at cost for
MltH. II. A. CCNNI.VIIIIAM.
I social at the residence of
f was well attended and a
evening was spent by
-First-cliiss native lumber
Constantly on hand at my
Boggy, 13 miles east of
I J. E. Arner.
Jrenson, of Laramie, Wyom
J the pilpit at the church
IS 1 1 II
jmiiB- Eiveryixxiy won
fiartlett nnd Reidy have
g nnd housing the ii-e for
nd E. Rohwer and it is o
tr Jot of jce.
)l) Temperance Legion .Qn-.K-h
liut Sunday evening
A trood nrotrraiii was
"Xter will occupy the pulpit
next fi'ibbnth morning and
' usual horn's. His subject
Sg wermon will I, ''Preju
We." Everybody should
vng the ninth birthday of
In the evening a nuro-
friends gathered iitjiei
celebrate the event. A
i time was had by the
f man who attended the
f entertainment down the
Jbat the performances of
ttt bis daughters are n
le former is king of the
iaMer scurcely less expert
and violin. Chadron
Jale, the,, ''tyttt violinist
a.t . r v 1 T . 1 ..
I treat tho people to a
ft on TiH sday, Feb. 2,
Si give songs, recitations,
i nnd guitar playing. The
well recommended. The
kill be 9H cents. Children
j-ears, 25 cents. Com-
r -" . . .
Mr, of Chadron, was in
Vidny in the interests of
jar beet factory at that
required to secure con
acres of sugar beets and
feu red the greater portion
.'o that the factory is,
' sure thing. They offer
tn to the farmers of this
1 sugar beets and pay
100 a ton for them, ac
jer cent of sugar cou
rier has been negotiating
a railroad oflicialx and
it a freight rale of 50 ;
Harrison to Chadron.
all ninchiney required
and the farmers can
them, which will be fi
t, when the sell their
ma probably be had for
I or leu. There in no
Jem can mine that is as
Ira as lira sugar beet
i.Jk M a meeting held in
if the industry an i i
Vom Chadron will be hetv I
jtrn something about it !
Bixlarc looks forward to a boom for
the near future in the prospect of a mill
nud a store. We have the water power,
now all we Jack is tlie mill and that ife
J. M. Daniels has fallen a tree across
Hat creek so that the Chilean gunboats
will have to come to a halt should they
lttempt to annihilate Bodarcans.
B. B. and J. W. Smith have com
pleted Uieir schools on White River and
are enjoying a vacation at home.
C. B. Hollingsworth has been busily
liauliig l,ay the past wee(f.
llit Creek and Sowbelly creek.s ate in
just the nyjit slape for .securing j. pmn
tily of ice.
Fanners are still busy liuskiujj co;-n.
Mrs. C. H. Andrews and son accom
panied by Alva Daniels were visitors in
the valley Saturday and Sunday.
It is surprising to see the variety of
conveyances which decorate the streets
of Bodarc while the fine sleighing lasts.
The Case of Jiui Itoyd.
Three Mondays have passed and still
there are nc signs symbols or traces of a
decision in the Boyd-Thayer case by the
supreme court. .
Tli'! Tribune violates no confidence in
giving it out, cold and straight, that no
decision lias yet been arrived at by the
court. There has, therefore, been no
"leak"' and consequently no horseplay
on the part of the judges trying to dis
cover who is responsible for something
that never happened.
It was at flrsj given out, that is
guessed, that the vote of the judges
stood six to three in Boyd'd favor. H
has since been shown that Justice
Bradley was iiick at that time, not or)
duty and could not have agreed on the
The man who furnished the informa
tion agreed with the newspapers that
he should have $1,000 for his secret.
There were two ways he could guess.
He guessed in Boyd's favor; if he won
hn was ahead $1,000; if he lost he was
nothing out. . It was a case of heads I
win, tails yon loose. There is no risk in
that, but them have been a good many
excited democrats in Nebraska on ac
count of it.
There willbe no decision in Boyd's fa
vor. The supreme court does not pro
pose to lay down a rule that when a ter
ritory is admitted into the Union every
resident is made a citizen whether he
wants to become one'or not. This would
lie the logical result, from which there
would be no escape, if adecision were
given in Boyd's favor. Fremont Tribune.
Editors Paradis, of Hemingford, and
Enbody, of Crawford, were the only out
of town representatives of the Northwest
Nebraska Press Association present at
the called meeting in this city last Satur
day. Bro. Enbody was almost paralyzed
with a refractory tooth, and Bro. Paradis
sympathetically divided his time in con
dolence with tiie sulferer and taking in
the sights and sounds of metropolitan
life. Under the circumstances, associa
tion business was indefinitely postponed.
Messrs. Paradis and Enbody, the latter
somewhat relieved from his sufferings,
retired in good order from city life to
their own loved rural surroundings at 7
o'clock a. in., Monday.-C'iatlron Journal.
Trees! Trees! Trees!
Buy big apple trees, northern grown.
A lino line of apples, crabs, plumbs, cher
ry, grapes, and other small fruit.
2,500,000 forest trees, nursery grown.
The largest nursery in northwestern Ne
braska, Satisfaction guaranteed. Write
for wholesale price list to retail trade.
Rememlier, I give the Nebraska farm
er, a weekly paper devoted to the farmer
free for one year, with every ten dollar's
worth of fruit trees bought of me.
Address, 0. F. SMITH,
Ansluy, Custer Co., Nebraska.
Rtference If. T. Conley, Harrison Neb.
( hemh al Hora Kllfrr.
Caustic potash for checking horn
growth on calves seems to be fully as
effectual as any of the fluids pu,t up for
that purpose, and is cheaper and more
readily applied. The iptasb may be ou
tlined at any drug sjtore; it comes in
sticks about the sixe of a lead pencil, and
live cents' worth will suffice for fifteen
or twenty calves. The work, to be the
most effectual and satisfactory, should
be done soon as the little buttons can
be definitely located on the calf's head;
say, froni three days to two weeks of
age. Clip the hair away from the em
bryo horn with a kxW of scissors, then
with the tip of the finger moisten with
water the horn that is be operated on
first. Care must be exercised nojt ,to let
any drops of water run dowj the calf's
head from the horn, for if it .does, the
dissolved potash will follow the same
channel and cause unnecessary suffering.
After moistening the little horn button,
take a stick of Abe potash and wrap a
piece of paper around it; leaviag a half
inch of trie lower end exposed. The pur
pose of the paper is to prevent the fingers
coming in direct contact with the potash.
IIoJ,J the slick jn the harid as one would
a pencil, and rub it nil over and around
the base of the embryo horn; keep the
horn moistened while the potash is being
used. As soon as the skin begins to soft'
en up and peel off the horn, and it coii
mences to look red, as though the blool!
was starting through, it is enough, and
the other horn may tiien be treated in a
like manner. I have never in my experi
ence found a second application neces
sary. Whatever potash may be left
alter the work is performed should be
corked up air-tiglit in a bottle, so that
the moisture in the air will not dissolve
it Leslie H. Adams, Farm Superintend
ent Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment
Station, in Farmer' Hevieio.
Texas Rangers Start on a Scout for
San DiEfJO, Tex., Jan. 24. This section
is the hot-bed of the Garza revolutionists.
W. II. Mabry, adjutant general of state,
arrived here yesterday and willcqrnmand
the detachment of fifty state rangers,
who will start tomorrow from l)ere on an
extended scout to the sout hwest, evident
ly lent on bringing in game, as they are
prepared for a week's absence, and each
man is furnished with 200 rounds of am
munition. General Mabry states that it
is his firm belief that Garza will le in
custody within ten days, and that his
whereabouts are definitely known to the
rangers. Carefully laid plans are being
matured which, wiien brought to a focus
will make matters very interesting for
Garza. There are threo parties in the
field and the chances for Garza's escape
are meager. When the bust of these
chances have eluded him; it will remain
to lie seen which of these parties will af
fect his capture or surrender. There are
those attracted by the allurements of the
big reward offered by Mexico, and should
they get him Garza would be trotted
over the border so quick that lie would
have no time to realize his ill luck.
Should he fall into the hands of the fed
eral troops, he would lie subject to extra
dition, and though the process might be
summary, he would just ns surely find
himself at last inside a Mexican prison,
nnd once there his fate would be hard to
foretell. But let the state forces get
him and a different story would be told.
General Mabry says: "Texas lias no
charge against this man except as to his
complicity in the killing of Retinal, and
the fact that he is said to have lieen en
gaged in organizing gangs of armed men
contrary to the militia laws of the slate.
As to the first charge, it is plain to be
seen that there may be serious obstacles
in the way of proving his connection
with the killing. It is reasonable to ex
pect that when he sees nothing but in
evitable capture or surrender before him
he will come and surrender to the state
The following is a report of district No.
1 for the term commencing Sept 7, 1891,
and ending January 18, 1803s
Number of days taught 80
" " " all pupils attended.. 1345
Average daily attendance 16
Nunber of visitors 14
Frank Miler was neither tardy nor ab
sent during the term. B. B. Smith,
The following is a report of district
No. 1 for the month ending Jan. 18, 1892:
Number of days taught 18
all pupils attended... 311
Average daily attendance 16
Number enrolled 24
" of visitors.... 4
Those who rank one in their respective
grades are: A grade Cora Kemp 95; B
grade Frank Miler 89; C grade 8am
mie Kemp 96; D grade Haswell Pinnoo
88; Primary Tressie Davis, Elmer Rol
and, May Roland, 94. Those neither
tardy nor absent during the month were:
Cora Kemp, Frank Miler, Ella Pullen,
Mabel Kemp, My re Gates, Samniie
Kemp, Chas. Gates.
B. B. Smith, Teacher.
gri-LlVAN A COX IKY, Lawyers.
Will cha tici in all thk local, itats
and fcderiil eoiirU and U. 9. Land office.
LEQAU PAPERS OAREFULLY DRAWN.
X i t I t t
nr Oflice in Court House,
UAHItltON .... NEBRASKA
The following dencriljed aniinulg were
taken up liy me at my pltu-e 011 the soutu
eiiKt 4 tscctlon JO, Tou'iiKliiji 31, Range .Vi, la
sioux County, Neb., 011 the Uth nay of Junu
ary, 1 White and rel bull about 4 years
old, right ear cropped and left ear under
cropped; 1 red ateer about 2 years old, two
alits iji right ear, and under-clop in left ear;
lioth branded on leftside, but brand caimqt
be made out, Jons Cojquw.'
N'otice Timber Culture.
I". S. Land Office,;
CHAUHON, Nkbk., j
Complaint having ben entered at thin
office by Ferdinand llillner against John
W ortle for failure to compiy with law as to
ll)ietead Kntry No. 7 dated Sept. M,
lH'.i, upon the St't-SW!4 NK'4 and NK
N V't section 1A, Townrhip 34, Kange 50, in
Sioux County, Nebraska wijth a view to the
cancellation of aaid entry; contestant alleg
ing that claimant hou wholly abandoned said
tract; that he lias changed lis residence
therefrom for more than 8 months Kinee
making said tntry ; and tilat aid tract is not
settled upon and cultivated by said party us
required by law the said parties are hereby
ummoneil to appear at this office on the 8
(lay of March lwfe, at 10 o'clock A. M.. to re-
sixmd ami lurnisU' Miijtinoiiy conciuliiiiKg
O'll.l lllJ(-gCTJ lillllll'-.
Testimony of witnesses will be taken .be
fore Ueorgc Walker, a notary public, at Jls
ortlee in Harrison, Nebraska, on lh! I dliy'ol
March, .t at 10 a. ui. T. V. I'owehs, '
.Notice. Timber Culture.
IT. te. I.axh Office, I
(,'IIAOBO.V, NEBH,, I
Jany. 15, ls".2.
Complaint having been entered at this of
fice by John Thorns against Pierce lllewett
for failure to comply with law as to Timber
Culture Kntry No. 4416, dated June lf, ISS5,
upon se n section 'M, township Hi, range S8,
In Sioux county, Nebraska, with a'.vivw ,10
the cancellation of said e'ntrv;' contestant
alleging that claimant lias failed to break
more than ft acres of said tract since tiling
thereon ; that he has failed to break, plow
or in any way cultivate any portion tif said
trai t since July 1st, IKS1I lind that iiio IJve
acres that he had ' theretofore' broken, on
said tract, is grown up to grass mid weeds
the said pnrMos are hereby summoned to
appear at this office on the 15 day of March,
ls'.rj, at 10 o'clock, a. m., to resiMjnd anil fur
nish testimony concerning said alleged
Testimony of witnesses will be taken la?
fore tieorgo Wnlkcr, a notary public, at his
olllcein Harrison, Ncbr., on the Mtli day of
March, IBM, at 10 a. m. T. F. I'owEKS,
lly II. T. (OM.EY, lleceiver.
Attorney for Contestant. 1 19'45J
Notice of Expiration of Time for Recmitlon
From Tux Sale.
ToCiiarlks II. TAVI.OK, Owner: You are
hereby notified that the time redemption
on the sale for taxes of the east half Qf tiff
southeast quarter of section twenty-six and
the west half of the southwest quarter of
section twenty-Jlvd nil in township thirty
one north of niiige nftyflvo west of Wie
sixth Principal MorM: n in Nebraska, taxed
in the name of ( h:ir;i-- II. Taylor aud sold at
private tax-sale on the twentieth day of
May, IsflQ, by 11)0 trv-asnrtr of Sioux county,
Nebraska, tji Uf undersigned purchaser for
the taxes assessed thereon for the year 1SS7
amounting to fifteen dollars Mini thij'ty.-nlnfi
cents, wilfexnlre on the jtvrciil leth day of
-May l.'t. ' ' ' '
Datiidat Hni'tin, Nth.. :! ry 18, 1S92.
19-gI S. II. ; .cr, l iirchaser.
AVIlhelm V'i:: nel, defendent, will take no
tice, that on the 7th day of Jununrv. MM,
plaintiff herein tiled his petition in the Dis
trict Court of Sioux county, Nebraska,
against said defendent, the object and
prayer of which are to foreclose one certain
mortgage executed by defendent, Wllliem
Wnrnci, a single man, to Khowalter Mort
gage Company upon HK HVX Sec. 24; SEX
SK 4 Sec. ffl; NKAf NK U Wee. 'AS, T. 33,
K.5(i, Sioux county, Neur., by said Show
alter Mtg. Co., duly assigned to plain
tiff for a valuable consideration, and plaii).
tltf is now the legal holder and owner there,
of, and said mor).gngo was gvou to secure
the pavment of one promissory note dated
September 1st, ISHfl for the siiui'of fIO.OO and
interest at tl)n rate of 7 per cent, payable
semi annually and 10 per cent, aftof matur
ity: that tiierc is now due upon said note
anil mortgage according to the terms there
of the sum of t-llilt.OO and Interest at the rate
of 10 per cent, per annum from March 1st,
lsiy, and plaiutitr prays that said premises
may be decreed to bo sold to satisfy the
amount due thereon.
You are required to answer said petition
on or before the 2U day of Feb., 1S92.
Hated January 1(1, Ife.
IlKN.I AM IN KEEP, Plaintiff.
liy Fannik r Unit, Attorney. Ifl-iiJ
Est ray Notire.
Taken up by the undersigned on section
25, township range 53, in Sioux county,
Nebraska, on tile 20th day of December, IWII,
tiie following described animals: 1 roan
cow, I red ami white cow and 1 red calf all
branded square top figure 3: 1 roan cowl 1
calf and 1 allotted cow, all branded ; 1 light
red cow, 1 dark rod calf each branded (.51 I
brlndlo cow and 1 calf each branded 4J, con
nected; 1 red cow and 1 red calf each brand
ed XI; 1 8-yoar-old whito and red steer
branded Tou left shoulder and B on ri(fiit
side; 1 red cow and I red calf branded bar
heart' 1 speckled and spotted cow, 1 3-year-old
black and white steer, 1 3-yoar-old
red steer and 1 red cow, brands unknown ;
1 red cow and 1 red calf branded OIO
17 21J T. 1J. tSNTbkn.
Notire Homestead Kntry.
U. S. Land Office, j
Dec. 30, 1891.
Complaint having been entered at this
office by Ida L. I leister against John Mullen
for failure to comply with law as to home
stead entry No. 252, dated July IS, I8S,
upon the lota 1, 1 and 3 and the
southeast northwest i section
22, township 35, range 57 in RlouX county,
Nebraska, with a view to the cancellation uf
said entry: contestant alleging that
entryinan has wholly abondoued said
tract, and that he never established
a residence thereon since making
said entry, the wild parties nro here
by summoned to appear at this oflice on the
21lth day of February, 1S92, at 10 o'clock a. In.,
to respond and furnish testimony concern
ing said alleged failure.
Testimony of witnesses will be taken bo
f ore licorice V u 1 ker, a notary pnbl le , at his of -fleo
in Harrison, Nebr., on tlio 23d day of Feb
ruary, 1S!, at 10 a. 111.
ls-25 T. F. PoWKlts, Ueeeiver.
II. T. Conley, Attorney for contestant
B. E, Bkewsticr, C, F. Coffee,
President. Vice Pres.
D. H. GRISWOLD, Cashier.
General Banking Business
pid you see the Bargains we ar$
SET OF GLASSWARE:
BUTTER DISH '
;it STANDARD BAKIN,G POWDER j
A FIRST CLASS LANTERN
And 1 Pound of Banner Baking Powder
FOR QISTLIT 60 pqp33STT
Standard Canton Flannel 10 cents.
Lawrence Canton Flannel 2$ ceu,U.
We carry ft
complete stock of Gro
ceries, Pry Goods, Boots
an. Shoes, Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods, which we will
sfilfit LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
The Celebrated WHITE BREAD FLOUR Constantly on Hand.
BARGAINS IN EVERY
THING IN OUR LINE.
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE,
MacLACHLAN & COOK, Proprietors.
It is a Fact!
GEO. D. TURNER
Has one of the best selected stocks
of groceries in the northwest and
can sell as cheap as the cheapest.
Also a full line of Flour, Feed and Grain.
I DT Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing,
j Furnishing Goods, Hardware, Tin-.vare, Barbed
j Wire, Farming Implements, Machinery and Buggies.
Please call and Examine our GOLD SEAL Buggy.
Geo. H. Turner.
Harrison Lumber Yard,
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Business Conducted on a Strictly Cash Basis.
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