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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 4, 1895)
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Tte Sioux County Journal.
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Th18DaT, Jl l V 4. 19V
The Chaoron L'itivn hi ceuied to
xit and the plant ha Issen in nrel lu.k !
t- Crawford where K. K. WjnglleU w il!
-etabh.sh the O'darffr. Tlie CUi& j
h . not proven profitable k the puhlish
v and tliut liroUjjht about the move,
l! does uot look to an out.-ider ai if there
a ruoni for aiiother paer at t'raw forJ
tut good lilies are extended to Bro.
The decision of the supreme court re
moving Ir. ILiy and iu-talluti Ir. Ab
lott a superintendent of tlie atylum at
Lincoln does not settle the tenure of
i'f!ii question under winch the former
-outjht to han onto hix job. It fciaiplr
I fid that the charge on which the gov
ernor lased his action were sustained by
teevidence. It is a pretty good plan for
kucIi office holder to get ready to move
when the political complexion of the
ippointing power changes. A hanger
on is uot much good anv where.
On last Thursday the jury in the ca-e
of tlie men charged w ith tlie murder of
Barrett Scott brought in a verdict of not
:;uilty and the prisoners were discharged,
'.'lie trial lasted over two weeks and was
one of tlie most notable events in the
criminal history of the state. It I not
tt all probable that tlie men who so
.oully murdered Scott will ever lie
iirouglit to justice. No one upholds the
.ictions of Scott as an official, but that
does uot make a shadow of excuse for
the cold-blooded manner in which he was
nurdered. It was not a case of lynch
ing but the failure to bring the purpe-U-ators
of tlie dastardly deed to justice
will have a tendency to incite lynchinj
The whole affair i a disgrace to tl
The decision of the supreme court of
Illinois in the matter of the whisky trust
is one of the most sweeping decisions
ever banded dwn in the matter of the
rights of corporations. In the ast the
rule of corporations has been to enjoy
the priveliges not specially prohibited by
law and as a result thev have been able
to do many things which were beneficial
to themselves and detrimental to the
public and others engaged in the same
lines of business. The decision recently
handed down by the unanimous supreme
court of Illinois holds that the law
creating corporations must be strictly
construed and rights which are not
specifically given must lie held to be
deuied. That jKwition is considered by
tlie liest lawyers of the land to be well
taken and it is predicted that the deci
sion w ill be held good by the supreme
court of the United Sta es. The abuse
of the rights given them as corporations
is certain to bring about the downfall of
A Trip Thouirh the Black Hills.
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. I
7. Poole and the editor and his wife
-tarted on June 11th for a trip through
the Black Hills by team. The first Tew
('.ays were a little tough on all concerned
i n account of the change from home
I. fe to camp life but as that was a art
f the trip it was not considered as bad.
The first place of importance liich was
roxicheU was Cascade. For scenery this
piaoe is not surpassed in some repects
by any place in the hills. The Cascade
springs and stream are lieautiful
and it is to lie regaetted that the plans
to build up a fine resort were not suc
cessfully carried out. Hot Springs was
reached -vithout incident or ;ni rdenl and
h-re was found the most popular water
ing place and health resort of the west.
Fine hotels, bath houses and everything
fof comfort and convenience of visitors
have been erected but to judge from the
tone of the business men the visitors are
not proving as profitable this season as
whs expected. But it is a nice place to
visit The wonderful wind cave was the
next point of interest. This must he
en to be appreciated, bene no descrip
tion will be attempted. Custer City
next came in on our route. This little
city, is very nicely located and is sup
ported by the lumber industsies, farming
and mining. Tlie mica mines are
worked to quite an extent and
ing gold veins have recently Wn opened
and mills are being fitted up for working
.. ie mile fron, the tow.
Tlnre is no boom now nor is one predict
ed. IlUt tlia Inun u .
ncclus w ave a
lirolthy tone which is pleasant to note.
A dnv of six miles brought us to Syl
vn lake, a beautiful body of water
more than half a mile in length and
about two-thirds that distance in breadth
surrounded by great rocks and presenting
view not to be found in any other part
oflbehilb. Great rocks towering, hun
dnwaotfaatia the air, rent by c revises
Md formed into fantastic ahapes make
feel m he paaM near them what a
Ki 1 lia
'oaai creature man is
awoQf the grand productions of Datum
reiiUiXMigbaaarrow way brtweee
o m rocks tbe visitor ad4ely
comes to a Sr.e hotel which lia recently
hs-n toiistrui tsl :.i. ' (ned tit the pub
iii uiid it furoiUmJ Willi all modern n-
' venieu. e. Her ik a retiejt Irian li
Outvie world if oaj wisla-s tn rvtirv for
a rest. Three mile froiu here i ILimey
euk. th kiutf of tlie liilU, hut lack c(
taiie prevented it tiait to In majesty,
t A trip through th hilla will nut lie com
1 jlt-te without a viit to Svlvju laL uud
; Iou Grizzly Bear gulch e jro. liad-
a- n.uli at rocky a road a any en
j couijtered in a trip.but tlie ild scenery
j in every direction goes far to compen
sate tlas tourut for tlie jolting experi-
At tins foot of tlie lull the first
i ., -,, WUtl ,alv.
j tiauhiiiery crushing tons of ro k daily
ami evtractinjr therefrom the line parti-
clesofgold thus relai Although a
number of mills were ias-il this was
the only one which was in enilion.
A trip of but a few miles would have
taken us to a locality w lw-re deer were
said to be plentiful hut time was not to
be sjieiit in tliat matiner.
Tlie next town reached was Hill City
which is the projierty of the Harney
t eak Tin ( ompauv and is the worst
siecitiieu of a town we visited. The T
lompunv owns an ine lanu ana no one
can buy and ow n a lot on which to put
building and as a result no permanent
buildings are put up and no one cares to
go into business very extensively and
every body is kicking.
From Custer to Ifeadwoid the hills
are full of prospect holes and deserted
mining scenes, while but a very few-
show that they have been worked for
years past. On the hillsides are chutes
hundreds of feet in length which were
used to get the dirt dow n from the "dry
diggings" to the water where it could be
washed and its shining metal secured
and the decaving tracks down which
cars of gold bearing earth were lowered
all deserted and neglected.
Ieadwood is the recognized business
centre of the hills and is a hu-y place
but not wliere one would like to live un
less engaged ill business. From there to
Siiearfish good roads were found whicl
were ipiite a novelty hut duly appreciat
ed. On reaching that place we found
one of the prettiest little towns to lie
found anywliere. It is surrounded by
well-settled farming country, large
tracts being irrigated and much produce
being grow n for sale to the mining dis
tricts. Next day we took a trip out
toward the Bear Lodge range of mount
ains and passed near Crow Peak, the
highest in that part of the country and
on the sides of w hich some gold mines
are being deveIod.
Willi but a short rest the return trip
was taken up and was made by the way
of hitewood, Kturgis Rapid City and
Hermosa to Buffalo Gap. Just as we
reached the latter place w here we took
the train for home we looked up the
0ening in the mountains which forms
the gap, which sives the town its name,
and beheld the enchanting sight of the
setting sun wreathed in rainbow tinted
clouds and set in a frumed-w ork farmed
of the pine-topped hills and green slojies
of the valleys and the clear blue sky
above a fitting filiate to a most enjoy-
Beix, Neb., July 1, lMtt.
Mr. Jno. M. Trout, and son, Martin, of
Heiningford were in these parts on the
11th inst. and made a trade of horses
with W. X. Matteson.
John Curran of Snake Creek was up
after his horse w hich has entirely recov
W. S. Nicholson made a business trip
to Craw ford last week.
Guy McCoy, and two sisters, Slisses
Lulu and Bertha, accompanied by Miss
Connell, of Whitney and .Miss Stewart,
of Craw ford, were visiting in this local
ity lust week.
H. C. Gowey was a business visitor to
Crawford last week.
During the storm of the loth inst. a
house belongiug to A. W. Nicholson was
completely demolished. The raia was
one of the heaviest your cerresjioiident
Lew Larson was branding calves on
the lHth inst.
W. A. Matteson lias been to Lusk and
surrounding country in search of horses
the past week, returning last night and
has Mr, Marshall, of Crawford, as
his guest today.
Dan and Tom Betebenper of Dead Man
Canon and their Brother Will, of Alh-1
ante were in these parts last week on un
. Jack Meltler has moved to the lower:
Ed Irion was up to the Agate Hprings
ranch last week.
Irving Wilson, and brother-in-law, Mr.
Shrivner, were on our streets last week. ;
Mrs. d. A. Dickinson is on the mend.
Master John Dickinson made Miss
aiary .icnoison a present ol a young
antelope which he captured recently.
Supt. H. B. Blair of the U. 8. Geologi
cal Survey, of Washington D. C. is en
camped at W. L. Ash brook's place and is
making a map of the country having
several men in his charge. v
0. J. Gowey anil family acconiianied
by A. W. Nicholson (who will take a
look at the counlrj ) and C. . Gowey
and family started on the lHth inst for
W. L. Ashltroek and J. 8. Dickinson
were county seat visitors lately.
Joha Clure of Pine Ridge was over
w.th a load of lumber for W. L. Ash
orook aad says: "You have the. wettest
, ouatry over here that I ever saw."
Good rigs furnished on Ukirt uot u . 1
Reliable drivers and quiet saddle h..re ulway on haoit
Good accommodation for trails) ietit customers.
TERMS REASONABLE. GIVE ME A CALL
R. E. BRKWSTJ.R,
I). H. GRISWOLU, Cashier.
AUTHOR iXKJ) CAPITAL ?7i0 000. '
Transacts a General Banking Business
AlTERlf AM F.tihm;k National Bnk. New York,
United Statf. National Hank, Oma!i,i,
fmxT National Bank, Chadroa.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
WDRAfTS -SOLO ON ALL PARTS OK ELUC PE.
I'iHal Iroof Sotioes,
IMn pHr will rep.-iv ti marked copy of Um
iiri wpi, un i,ic iiiiki iinHH iiiilii-'4 in
mine to thin oftlwut once. j
Niilic-e lor I'lilillriiliiiii.
Lund Office nt Alllniire, N.-li., i
June IL IKiS. i
Notl U hereby ictven thHt the r.ll. Inir
I1UHH-1 M'ttli-r Iiuk ille not Hi- o) hl hiten
tion Ui liiHkit IIiihI prmif In hiidikii-i. nl
elHiin, hihI thai said proof will ! innilc Ik
ion- M. j. itieweti, 1 lt-rk IHtric-t f'ourt
nil ifiii, .iriiinKn, 11 11 u 111 v an, iwi.i vi: 1
I.roiiHnl limit of HnrrluiLl.,
",' H. .r- -U.M for the ne. 'js,.,-.
w I . 3.1 n., r. w.
Hi-iianii-s the fiinimlnir trltiK-ssrs tonrove
tils cimtiiimios resilience nixm Hint rultlvn-!
tlmiof. said land, viz:
SMUlllel II. 1.1-elhlK. ( harles Ij-elliii. .lames
Slutlerv A It I tow .11 t ll,.,rl "i.. .
Jiiw'lih II. IIiililiixou. of llnrriMin. Xeli.,
who made If. K. No. Il for the s. , iw.
sec. n tp. mi n., r. 56 .
iJ ... .," J'' V.,?.".'K. .'"'''": u' PIT"'" !
fun miitinuims residence ukjh and cnltlvn
lion ol. said land, vix:
James W. scutt, John ( orliin. (. W. Iletcr
liranl t.titlirle, ml of Harrison. Neb,
J. W. WEHX. JH.
I0 4.'ij Keiri-ler.
.Vntlee for Publication.
Ijind Office at Alllanee, Neb., (
June Is, I. i
Notice U lierebv a-lven that the rollow ntr-
named M-ttler has Hied notice of his Inten
tion to make IIiihI iinaif In suniKirt of hl
claim, and that said proof will la! made la
fore M. J. ItleHftt, Clerk of Ili-trielCciiirt,
at llarrlwm, Neh., on July 27. 16, via:
Jesim liarassn of Hamsun, r b..
ho made H. K. No. WI5 for the tie'. -.
ik-i.4 ami iiw', sei4 sis:-. 10, tp. ; .. r. ,VJ w.
He names the following itiiessi- to prove
bis con ttiinoiis residence upon and culllva
tioti of, said laud, viz:
.Marcus Valdi-x, John l'luiikett. An ton, Jlo
ravek, Henry Llndeman 1.11 of Harrison,
J. W. Wehx, Jr., KcKlKtcr.
Lund Office ut Alliance, Nebr., (
June Is, K!tt.
Noliec is hereby aiven Hint the fnllou ten-
nanusl s.;ttl,T has IHeil nutim- of his Inten
tion to iimke Hun) proof In stipiHii l of hi
i-inlin, and tltat said proof will la- made la--
lorn .M.J. Illeieett, rierk HUtrlct ( Hurt ut
Hnrrison, Neb., on July J7, IssiS, )t:
John N. I'fnsl.
ho made II. K. No. 3tM for the i. nwi. and
aw' wr. I p. :tl ii., r. ft.) w,
lie names the following witm-Mi to lirove
hU (-niitliiiious resideuee ujMiu and ctutlvu'
lion of said land, vix:
llenrv t;. Koiish, Joseph J. K im. John 1.
KbTM-elier, Aslibcl Orton all ol llndarc.
ii i, J W. WKIH. JH.
.Viiifre for I'liblicaljiui.
I.aml Office at Alliance, Neb. i
June & law. i
Notice Is hereby given that the lullow inir
naiiied settler lias filed notice ol hi inten
tion to make Hnnl pnajf in snpiMirt of hu
lalm. and I hat said proof w ill la-made la..
fore M. J. lllewetl, , U-rk ol the Uistriet
court, ill llarrison, Neb., on Auir. 4. Is'.i;,.
.Ii.liu V, Ostimitlcr. of Slum Co, Neb.
who made U.K. No. 4ISU for the IaiIhI. X
and 4 and . uh . '4 sec. Hi twp. lift n, h.,
He nnmea the followhiK wtlness-ii ti, prove
lilMcontiMiioiis re-ldence iiimmi and cultiva
tion of said land, viz:
Joint Mewiiiir. William Mc-vcr. I'.ij-r
W ieilenfi-ldl and Tnrl Kna niiiK ail of Aid
more, so, lak. also, viz:
John Neaslnx ofHIuni Cuuiilv Nell.
iliii liiHtle II. K. No. 14.11, for the lota I. and a
and a. k lie. sec. M, twp. X n r. M w .
He mimes the fiillowInK witnesses to prove
hl eoiiUiintiiiee resldeneu iiimiii nipl eulti
yation ol said lanil, viz:
William Meyer. Carl Kria-iilnif. Peter
. Wlislenfeldt and John O-trander, all of
Antinore, so. Iiak. also, viu:
William Meyer nf Slim Co. Neb!
who made II. K. No. tllK for the lxit:l and
anil 4 mid , nw. !4 ace. 41, tw p. ; n.,
r. .VI w.
He names the IhIIowIiik wlttiesws Ui irm e
hi rotitluiKHia resilience upon and cllltlva
Uon (it , said land, vlx :
John MeaaliiK, l arl Kna-iilnK. I'eti-r led
etueklt, and John otrauder all of Ard
i, Ait, mi. Oak.
47j J. W WCNK, J., HeKl.ter.
Feed and Sale
C. F. VrrtK,
Fnlrral Wunrdx Fur ItuziirtU Bur.
The story that a Imdv of wcrel-service
"len oelailed lrom asliliiyton will net
i inir thrf suinnwr In "irouiil i.- -,i,liit
' and his family" is not ilfiiMiit rwulin
, for Americans sh v the NVw Vn k World
nud docs not iidd to t lit? ylory of the
'0 11 ntry.
; There are plenty of i-r.uiks . in the
1 L"nitel Suites, us there are everywhere,
ersons w ith "cheek enough to iier-
'sist in Kinv' where they are mil wanted
are liv 110 means r,H"e. Hut Is there
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reaiiy any necessuy 10 fcunm tne person
,.f II ..,i.l... ,.f . I... !:...,! U...1
, v. y.rcn.i vire ual .-.Ullirs lis
i il lit wete the tzar of Kussuif Vould
j not the bluff notice posted all over Gray
I Oa I lies
l- kel lip by a stout do-, lie sullicie-it
; to keep unwel' onie visitors away with
, out the aid of a body of lazy detectives
front the secret-service detriment of
i the national government? Lusk Herald,
1 , ;
The IMsmverr Saved Ills Life.
j Mr (i. I "illouette, DriiK;it, Heaver-
ville. 111., says: "To Dr. Kins New
j Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
' with la Ki'ip(aj and tried all the pliy-icniis
: for linles alaiul, but of no avail anil w as
Kiven up and told I could not live.
, Having Dr. Kinjis New Discovery in my
store 1 sent fur a liottle and ta-;aii iK
use ami from the first dose liegau to a
Iwtter, mid after usinjr three bottles was
up and itKiut iWiin. It is worth its
weijrht III pild. Vt e wont keep lions.
without It." (iet a free trial bottle
at the Pioneer Pharmacv.
Mierlll a nlf.
Ily virtue of mi onter of -ale . ln-i bv
the Clerk ol I In- Histrii-t t Hurl ol sluii'
Couut , Nebra-k.i, npiiit a decree r b-r.-d
by said court in lui fir ol J. L. liaire, I'm-Us-,
riaintilt', and auaitist Oeorif'- L. I'ci U,
el ai.. In lend.llits, I will on I lie l.'ihd;l ol
July. b: at one o'eha-k I', m. on s.ii.l ,i ,
at the I rout dunt ol ihei-onit lioit-.e. In s i.i
1-iitiiity, in lliirrin,!, aeil the luLun Uig i
seritad n-al e-laU', lz: Hie Kal b.lif ol
the Ninth hind piaru-r of rs-elitiii le..i,
four, I'nu iihlp I un ty t Nin th. Kanae
r illy si v, and lil. me and Two ol s-et:o i
Nineteen, 4'owiiiiip Thirty Ian Nort i,
It.cuiCc Kitty Hie W el mil. P. M. in v
(omit v, Nchraakit. at public auctioa In
I he iiiichest bhliler lor rush, to ,itiiy .,ii
order nl sale, in Ihe uui iif l.'ea.sa mid In
terest, coot and aeeruinif cot, at whti-b
time and place due tiiteiidam-e wih ia
nrlveu by the undei'.iKued,
A. II. Hi .
! 40-4 1 Mi-rilf ol said I mint c.
W . W ii., ClMjiitlff Atlnrnej'.
V. . E. Sc. M. V. R. R. is the la-st
to and from thv
SUGAR BEET FIELDS
THE UHO 6f THE HOrJE-STODER.
free Homes tor More
! Than 5,000 Men. '
A new county with
AND 800,000 ACRES YET
OPEN TO HOMESTEAD
Contains over forty-five miles of
raii-oad and has no county
SO 0 IIS, SO IIKIITS. LOW T.t X K.
' Fuel, I'mlt, Iaw ami Lumber ( 'lien per
Tlun at any Other I'lace
Sioux count- is the northwest county
! of Nebraska. It is alsmt thirty miles
east and west by alsitit seventy miles
i north and south and contains
I . -
j OVER 1,300,000 ACRES
of la ml. Tliere aie more bright, spark
ling, small streams in the county than
can lie found in the same area elsewhere
in the Mate. It has more pine t imU-r in
it than nil the rest of the state combined
It grasses ur the rit lursl ami most nu
trition known so that for sVock-Ki-ow inr
it is unexcelled.
The soil varies from a heavy lay to u
litfht sandy loam ami is capable of pro
ducing excellent tups.
The principal cr.ps are small ruiii
and vegetables, although );"' 's
grown in the valleys. The wheat, outs
rye and barley a iv al' of unusually Hue
((utility and command the highest mar
The water is pure and re I resiling and
is found in abumlao' e in all irts of the
The county is practically out of debt
ami lias over forty-live miles of railroad
within its iKirders, has a ),rol brick court
house ami the necessary ll.vtuies for run
nilifj tlie county and tliere- has never
been one dollar of county bonds jsMised
and hence taxes will be low.
The"' Fremont. Elkhorn & Missouri
Valley railroad crossesSioux county
from east to west and the H. & M. has
about fifteen miles of its line in the
northeast part of the county.
The climate is more pleasant than that
of the eastern (Kirtion of Nebraska.
Tliere is still
OVER 800,000 ACRES
of land in Sioux, count v yet oia n
homesteud entry. It is Is-lter lam I and
more tlesintbly liMaletl tllau that lor
which such rushes urn made on tlie oja-u-
iiik ol a ri.aervutiou. I here is no rail
road land in the couuty and fur Hint
reasiid its settlement has la-cn slow fur
no knm-ihI ellorl to net m-llleis was
inade, us w us iloiii.- ill the early dasol
the aell leioeut ol the eastern part id the
(haal deeded land can lie purchastsi at
reasonalile rates with Kl,Vt''""mciil luiid
udjouiitiK so that a (arson nltu hiiiiIa
more than one ipiaiti r sect ion can obtain
it if he has ii little menus.
There are about 2,-1'MI aniilv in the
unity ami tliere is room for l lions. ml !
I la it. .on i tin.- c-innly wal and is s i ,
Haled on tl,e 1'. E. SI. V. tailroa.l. ..i.lj
is as x.i.i.i a ti.uu as Ha- iliuil y s. i. ,i ,i '
r-iiunlrv liviu.iiiiU. !
Si-hoifi house,-, and .-huivbes aiv-iiei
vidwl in almost every sell Icint-u' ,,iel pre J
kept up ill I la- tin ii-'.
All w ho desire to i-l a humesti-.nl m 1
buy land cheap nee ItiVit. d u iu.il '
see the coiintiy tor tii'-u.h. li es ,-unl ji.
of Its mi-Ills. 1 lllillKsll-.llU i m, i a
obtainable much lutii r -n.il it wn. ui.nl
to un; your rijiht and' n't I'iO a. -r,-,. i,
laud from Uncle Saul tree it iftnm.- ii Ii
ie alaiul il.
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of western cities:
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visitinr'. The lliiilinton Itniite ia the
la-st line in all ns it is to any one of
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liuti al'iuit trlins and rates on upplicn
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