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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1895)
Th3 Sioux County Journal.
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Entered at vlie llamsoti i.t ofBce aa
pcaud cia matter.
Thtksday, An;rT 2i, l'J'i
Call fr Bi-piiuliran County frnTal "tu
The republican county central tuiKiumw
of Sious eouuty Is hereby called to meet lu
Harrison, Nebr., ou Saturday, Aukui it, l-'.5.
at t o'clock, p. ui., for the purpose of railing
therouiity convention and lor the trans
action of audi otli'T business an may prop
erly come before it.
All eonmiitteeinen are nr-red to le present.
By order of 1 1 E K Y ov e. r ,
W. H. Uavis, Ouilrmuri,
Democratic state convention
wing, Omaha, August
Peoples itkk-M.n-i-:ut, Lincoln, Au
Democratic state cnv-ntion,
istration wing, Lincoln, S pt, 5.
Peoples indcptndeut judicial conven
tion, 13th district, O'Neill, August 2.
Republican state convention, Lincoln,
Republican judicial convention, Val
entine, September 17th, at 2 p. m.
Tlie Omalia lire and police commission
muddle lias gone to the supreme court.
Tlie boilers in the basement of the
Guniery liotel in Denver exploded on the
night of the lXth inst. w recking the j
building, killiog twenty-five persons or
more and injuring many others. The j
person in charge of the boilers was a loy J
of seventeen who was drunk at the time, f
Such things have a tendency to mnk
the public demand that none hut '' j
men be employed in such places j
fioldi again being exported, to s.tt.s- j
fy the demands of the holders of Amen-:
can securities who live on tne cuier sine
ot tue ponu. me ixina cynaicate nav
been called upon to protect the gold
supply in the national treasury but the
situation is causing snine uneasiness in
'financial circles but it will likely do no
harm except to unsettle things a little.
Tlie crop report form many portions
of the state are quite discouraging. Ten
or more counties in the central part of
the have as much of a failure us le t
year and in some of the southeastern
counties the crops will be short. Oas
are yielding from five to fifteen bushels
and wheat from three to ten, while
much of tlie com will hardly make fod
der. The people will have harder times
to contend with in those sections than
were experienced last year. Tlie pro
ducts of the state will greatly exceed
those of last season but it will not W
equally distributed. This county secnifc
to be better off than many of its neit;h-
liors, as well as a number of those far-
ther east. j
It is reported that a rumor is going 1
about the county to the effect that the
editor of The Jut'RNAl. is a candidate for
the office of county clerk. In order that j
there may lie no misunderstanding in tiie ! Xlie local reunion comuiittee at Hast
matter we desire to say that tliere is no j jugs and ieople generally are busy mak
trtith in the rumor. We did not come , jng preparations for tlie greatest gather
here to run for office and, unlike nonie ! jng .f idd soldiers and t-itisens ever -people,
we believe that a man can le ' seinbied together on Nebraska soil. It
just as good a citizen if he does not I will I a gala week in, Hastings and a
aspire to office as he could if he was try
ing to get elected to some place w here
lie con IU get a living. We da not con-1
sider tliat we have done enough fr the j
county so that it owes us an office. If
our subreribers will pay us w hat they j
owe us on subscription w e wi;i trv and i
get along without an office.
Tlie republican juJicial conven'inn for j
Ums fifteenth judicial district Im. leeo
called to meet at Valentine on S.-ptem-;
ber 17, 1H95, at 2 o'clock, p. m., lor the
purpose of placing in nominal tun tw oj
candidates for . district judge. Fffty-;
seven delegates will be entitled to seats!
in tlie convention, of which Sioux coun
ty is entitled to tvo. From wliat can
be learned the republicans of Sioux j
county are in favor of keeping Judge
Bartow on the bench as the western
judge. He has performed the duties of
hi office without fear or favor; he ha
conducted himself in a most gentleman
ly and courteous manner toward all who
have had business before him as well us
toward all when olf the bench, and his
decisions have stood the test of the su
preme court vey well. The Journal
, believes that the judiciary should be
elevated above the ordinary swirl of pol
itics and it would like to see a delegation
unquestionably for Bartow sent to the
convention. With a solid endorsement
from the west end of the district be
would be practically certain of the nom
Inatkm. Coder the rule which obtains
to a very jrreat extent in politic "one
jCMd tsnp deaarves another" and while
arssfUr republican attorneys in
Cm Cetrtct capable of tilling the posi
tH tow9fd that none will allow
Uf atraftfefts lo tfet the better of
tU ixHutd aad attempt to break
X". rti tftf thns bring on a content is
. anrr wttob wtwM Wdetri-
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! Tl. ' hs"- c. of fur iTiiijt auvsful I
i.i In r e T 't! h r 1 " Sj-aiii'sh I
. , i.kf ; j i,-,.,- ,, !M mi h citooortgintf. !
In Spain llic national treasury is de
i pletcd and tin effect. vetiess of Mm rum- J
! aign nil the isJaud is greatly crippled. '
j It is h.-pul that Uui in Ham will staud
ready t. recognize the rights of Cuba at
the lir-t practicable mo meat.
It i noticeable that a great mauv of
tbe settlers are coming out iu better
hape this j ear than ever before. A
trood exaniole is that of a man who in
formed us Saturday that about seven j
years ago Ui burrowed money at the j
bank to i.-et his family here from the j
east and he had beeu paying interest at
tlie bank ever fcitice until that day he
had paid out. A good many have been!
piuchiriiC along for some- years but have j
a few rattle to fcfll this season, and if j
tiiey were tint in debt are now al! right, j
Those who have a few cattle do not fear i
starvation if tlieir crop i not trie l-e-t. ,
Rooett lt Ami The Fiifiirrfnieiit Of The :
New Liquor Law. j
1 saw him the other day at the Kjliee j
lieaJ.ju:irU-r. nn 1 n'Jted that it Mfemed j
what it was, tho heart of '"the burly
burly, " of which he Ls as fond as an act- j
or is of applause. The other reform j
commissioners came and went, and tbe
topics 1 lieard them discuss made me say j
to two of tiiem tliat if they knew ties
magnitude of what they have under- j
taken they would lie jtaralyaed; but that ,
in the stress of taking up one thing al a ;
time they lost sight of the whole mass, j
"One thing that helps us all, said
President Roosevelt, "is that we are j
none of ua candidates for anything."
1 said something to the efi'et t that j
this was a dangerous condition, since the j
active men w lio are not candidates are j
very apt to lind 1 1 tew selves such. j
'Hut really," Mr. lix-sevelt went on, i
I "the t--!: to which we are set is perfect- j
' v simple, if we are honest, have com-1
t itt'iii w-iis iitid di,n't care for auvthimr'
but ourUulv. Handling this work is a
.t.,,.i,J.-t,j;,.r.M., and we take up one j
phase (;f it at a time, with no otli-r rule
t.OIIlllmmmw,ls. Ve are I
trt , . rulIta1 !
moiiy, and our three watchwords are
courage, honesty and common i-eDse,
We dotit need genius. Tlie rascals have j
ti.e genius. AH we have gat to do is to j
lie game willing to accept resp msihil
ity and to 1d:e punishment.'
Tiiis is no place, for discussing the de
tails of the work tiie new board has in
hand, but I will mention the strict en
forcement of the Kuoday closing law, in
order to exhibit the spirit in w-hich the
new boa 1 4 doe tt wor. FroiM a cluir
arter sketch of Tliwlon Roosevelt, by
Jii!!.ni Ralph, in the At,,")'-t Review of
You rannnt My that you have tried
everything for your rheumatism, until
you have Uken Ayer s Pills. Hundreds
have lieen cured of this complaint by the
use of these Pill" alone. They were ad
mitted on exhibition at the world's fair
as a standard cathartic.
( AMP SHERflA.
Ranting. Neb , An sr. Hi to III.
roval welcome awaits every old soldier
and citizen in the west.
Tlie velerans of the Kansas-Nebraska
association promise 1
i excel in miiuliers
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ing. I- nil y .)U,(lMj citiieeiin of Kansas
Wl jm tlls ,.smi rt-utuon.
The Nebraska Uiral union, embracing
over 000 uniformed men, will liold tlieir
annual re union op the same dates,
lucre will 1 music galore.
Band contest on Hat unlay morning'.
Two cash prizes, 7o lirat: second.
Free for all. Bawis expecting to enter
must report at lieadipiartera Tuesday
Neluska' excellent national guard
infantry has been ordered into camp at
Hastings during the re-union of tlie old
The local committee has contracted
with one of tlie largest manufacturers of
(ire works in the United btates for a spe
cial display of lire works on Monday ami
Friday evenings. Signal shells, fired
from mortars, and handsome set pieces
sugaestive of the occasion will lie one
of tlie ( liartiimg features of the week's
Hiiam battle Friday under command
of tten. John M. Thayer and lien. V. J.
ml worth will arouse old time activity
The citizens of Hustings are preiuring
accommodations for a quarter of a mill
ion of people.
Camp Hlierman will lie turned over to
Department Commander Adams at 2
o'clock, p. m. Monday, when hostilities
will commense iu earnest.
Six baloon ascestons and parachute
drops by cxie of the leading aeronauts of
Prominent among the speakers from
Kansas will lie ex-benator John J. in
galls, Oov. Morrill, Bernard Kelly and
U. R. Antltuny.
The Nebraska congressional delegation,
ex-dept. commanders of tlie O. A. K. will
also tie present, and other prominent
8pcial reduced rates and excursion
trains (root all points.
' Kme wood, hay ami straw, and as
abtindawe of ttood water.' ;
i Fitre for round -trip, froai Uarriasar
gviTi returning until rtepternber W,
li.xsl rigs furnished on short notice.
Reliable drivers and quiet saddle horses alwayk on hand.
(iood accommodations for tninsiient customers.
TERMS REASONABLE. GIVE ME A CALL.
GEORGE O LINGER,
ESTABLISHED 1888. J
B. E. Bhk.wsti.r,
It. II. CiRlSWOLli, Cashier.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Ameiucas Fx ham;b Nationai, Ha.NK. New York.
United Staies National Rank, Omaha,
First Nation ii. Rank, t 'hadroa.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
nrDBAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF El ROPE.
Did you Ever
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy foryonr
troubles? If not, g-t a Iwtlle now and
get relief. This medicine has lioen found
to lie jieculiarly adapted to the relief mid
cure of all female complaints, exertirm a
womlerful direit influence iu giving
strength and lone to tlie organs. If you
have loss of appetite, constipation, head
ache, fainting sells or are nervous,
sleepless, excitable, melancholy or trou
bled with dizzy spells. Electric Bitters is
the medicine you need. Heal lb and
strength are guaranteed by its use.
Large (Kittles only "rO cents at the Pio
Final Proof Notices.
All prisun havtnir final proof notice, in
this jmper a III receive a nirkel roy ol the
paper aii'l am reu nerved Ui exanoio their
notice ami if any erroi h exil reKirt tlie
saiiie to thisoftl at oikm-.
Nolirr fir 1'ulilic.Hiiin.
1-siul fiffire st Alliance. Neb., (
Ana;. It, l-.'i. i
Notice 1 liernhr (fl veil tlmt the lollowllijt-iiaini-il
wltli r lias Ill-1 nonce ol In.liiteii
lion to muKe flmil proof In KiipMirl ol III"
clnlin. ami tliat aal'l iriwf will he mailelie
lore M. J. Illeaetl, lerk Ilisl riel ( Hurt til
llrrion, Nebraska, ou "s-pl. Si, l3. vi.:
William Miller, of itodarr. Ni-U.
a ho triad ii II. K. So. for the lie. i, .
tp. Si ii., r. M .
He liaiiuui tbe lolloa Iiik wltnesM. to prove
lil contlnuoii. resilient' iikii aul cuillva
Um. n(, -'O'l iMtut, viz:
.M. t . lKn. t . K. l ofTec, lletirc Ziiniiii'r
iiuiu, Alsiisoit Southaorl li. all of K'Wfirr.
A!iin,iu Siiutliwiirtli, of liodiirr, Nfli..
a ho iiiade II. K. No. 5IH for I lie lot. I ami i
ami e. ', nw. wc. .m. I. :tt .. r. M '.
lie nam, tlie IoiIowIiik wtliie.-.'s Ui prow
hi. iSHltllillOll. retlelH'e iiikmi Sll'l cultlva
lion of. sai'l Inud, x&:
H lllluin Miller. Henry .liniiierinan. Steph
en serre., all of Ikxlare, Neb., iM-orire l iinl.
of llnrliol. Neb.
J. W. Wr.HN, in.
Nntii'-f for l'nbliratlun.
I.hii'I imice at Alliance, Neb., i
July I. 1
Notice is hereby (riven Hist the lolloa lntf
llHlnc'l w Itler lias niel notice of hU llllcn
tion Ui make final pnaif lu supiairt ot liis
claim, anil that il proof will la mailt-la-fore
M. J. Illewi tt, rlerk tf iitsti lct l oiirt,
at Harrison, Neb., on s'it. ',, l-nil, -.!.:
Wllllnm V Hi'liliM. of Harrison, Nrli..
who inailn II. K. No. OT1 for the . S n. ',,
te. 'i ii w. ' Mini a . lie. ',, irt mt. IT, tp. 3M,
lie nnniea the followlii-r ilneaae. to prove
hi. continuous re.Klcm-e iism ami eultiva
l ion of, aal'l l.iml. vir.:
Peter Doiirret, William II- llotmli, Jow-pli
Met'a.llii, t.rnut Neece, all of Han l-stii, Neb.
4T;a J. w. v kiis, Jh., itpffi.K-r.
Xoili-i- ior I'Rbliraiiou.
Ijoi'l t ftlee at Alllam-e, Neb.,
July l, is, i
Notice 1 henby -riven that the following
ntinii il si-ttler ha llletl notice of hi. Inten
tion M -riska tliial proof In support of hi.
elaliii, anil that said inaf will Ik-made lav
fore M. J. lileaclt. clerk of It-' tl'.irlcl
court, al. t Harrlaon, Ketir., on An.
It, lawk, t il! .
last r, Poole, fiirtni-rtr Hnilth. nf llarrl-
who maila II. K To. V for the ae. V e
tp. at ii., r. M r.
He name, tbe following aritiwiaaea W prove
bMeonliBiwaa rtllm- npuu ami ruitlra'
Uea of aatd liuid vli :
Angnat HaaaeHiulat, Willi tt If. llrean,
Jom L Uaela, lola J: Mmmtmm, aU of liar
MM, Nch, ' .... .
ft&.ni j. w. Wane, -la., Kgiu-r.
Feed and Sale
C. F. OrFTK, ;
Not Ire to Bidder-.
senlcd bid. will la- received it it. t flbs by
the eotinty clerk af 111. ultlee al llnrri-ou.
Neb., lor Hie replacum of the tsmnly hrldire
itrro-a Hal rrei-U which b1ii-! out
f mm sction line la-tweeu -s-ctloti. . an'l Ma,
tovvii ;c, ritnye M Plan, mid (ic,-ilc ,i !on.
a. to flit- manner of rephtelnK - -I In- tlu.t
muy be hail by ciillimf at ti rrs . . iln-
eoiinty clerk. All bids Ui la- nci ,iiitiiOili'l
bv a bond lfi dtiublc I lie aiunuii't of tin- bid.
All bid. to tie tiled on or la-lore noon of
M-ittemlH-r I, imift.
Tlie Ixitrd rm-rir tin- rliflit to reject any
or all bblw.
Hv order of the lioard of comity isiiiiiuls
stoser.. M. J. Iti.KW i:tt,
IttHi t'tmntv I"rk.
.V Household Trrasnrc
I). W. Fuller, of Cannjoharie, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery iu the house and his fam
ily has always found the very I test re
sults follow its use; that he would not
lie without it, if procurable. (J. A.
Dvkeman, druggist, Catskill. N. Y Buys
that Dr. King's New fiiscovery is un
doubtedly the best cough remedy; that
he has lisvd it in his family for eight
years, anil it has never failed to do all
that is claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested. Trial
Uittles free at Pioneer Pharmacy. Reg
ular size oOc and f 1.
j Unci, li n's Arnica Salte.
j The lies! salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
j sores, tetter, chapied hands, chillilains,
; corns, and all skin eruption nnd posilive
j ly cures piles, or no siy rei-uired. It is
giianinteetl to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 2-i cents ter
i laix. For sale bv Pioneer Iliarniacv.
Just Frnni the Press.
A very attractive publication has just
Iteen issui.l by the p:oeenger department
of the Burlington Koute. It liears the
title "The Newer North-west" and de
wnltes in a most interesting and read
able fashion those S,rtions of northert.
Wyoming and the Black Hills of Hoiitl,
llakotii w hich are n-aclnsl by this com
Tlie scenery, towns, mines, jieople and
industries if tliese two remarkable sec
tions of country are treated of with ale
solute lldelety. 2") pages with illustra
tions, sent on receipt of 10 cents in
stamps. J.Fmam is, O.V.St T. A.
P., K. & M V. R. R. is the best
to and from the
SUGAR BEET FIELDS
JfORTH VWm -ifsKA.
THE U1D OF THE II0"E
Free Homes for More
Than 5.000 Men.
A new county with
AND 800,000 ACRES YET
OPEN TO HOMESTEAD
'Contains over forty-five miles ofj
j rail'oad and has no county
1 bonds. I
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Ml KOMIS. NO IIKTS. I.OWTAXrN.ju.Vh!r
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I jis i.erliuh I reMnivi
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I'licl, Posts, Diir ami LiiiiiImt t licopcr '
Tlian at any Other Place j
Sioux county is t ho northwest minty April ili mid oeinUT
, v, , , , 1, - i ,i,.t, .1,:"""'V iourl,--Al llnriwiii,
! eust and west by almiit wventy
north and south ami contains
OVER 1,300,000 ACRES
of land. There ate iiioih blight, s,aik-
liiiir. small streams in the county than
can laj fouinl iu the same, nra elsew heivj
in the state. It has more pine tinilter in j
it than all the rest of the state combined
Its grasses are the richest and ni-t-t tin- j
tritious known so tlul fur stock-growing'
it is unexcelled.
Tlie soil varies fnini a heuvy lay to a
. . . . . . i , , r . ..
light samlv loam nun is panie oi pro-1
ditcing excellent crops.
The principal cros are small grain
and vegetables, althoiiirli good -fn i"
grown in the valleys, lite wheat, oats
rye and barley are til' of unusually line
t-uality nnd command the higliest mar
The water is pure and refreshing and
is found in abundance in all purls of the
The county is pnsctit ally out of debt
and has over forty-five miles of l-ailrt ad
within its borders, has it good brick court
house nnd the necessury llxlures for run
ning the county and there Ims never
been one dollar of county bonds issused
and hence taxes will be low.
The Fremont, Elkhorn & Missouri
Valley railroad crossesJJ'Sioux county
from cast to west and the It. & 51. has
al-out tifleen miles of its line in the
northeast jiart of the county.
The climate is more pleasant titan that
of tla? eastern portion of Nebraska.
Tliere is still
OVER 800,000 ACRES
of land in Sioux county yet oja-n to
homestead enlry. It is Iteller land and
more desirably located j, than that' lor
which such rushes are made on the on
ing of a reservation. There is no rail
road land in the county ami for that
reason its settlement bus been slow for
no special elforl to get seltlets was
made, us was done in tlie early days of
the sett lenient of the eastern part of tin
state. Oood deeded land can be purchased at
reasonable rates w ith government land
adjoining so that a s.'rsou who wants
more than one ipiiirter section can obtain
it if he has a little means.
There ure alsjut 2,500 eople in the
county anil there is room for thousands
Hai'ri xn is the county sent nnd is sit
uated on the F. E. St. 51. V, railroad, mid
isasgiMsIa town ns tlie thinly Mettled
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L',,l,wt In riloirttal .i-.it' mm 1 1 ImIIi.,,! (ilul lil-w
ae-a oi niti toe tiutcT t
All w ho desire to get a homestead or j
buv land i hwnp are invitetl to come and !
see the country lor themselves and judge .
of its merits. Homesteads w ill not lie
obtainable much longer and if Jou want
to use jour right oisl get IttO acres ol
land from Uncle Ham free it is time yon
were about it.
lok st This 1,1st
of western cities;
It does'ul matter
which you intend
visiting. The Burlington Route is Ihej
best line to all n it is to any one ofj
Advertising nialtor nnd full informs-1
tion about trains and rites on applies
tion. J. FitAScm, 0. P. 4 T, A.
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ST. MARY'S INSTITUTE,
This Institution, chartered July, 1873, Is
ConJucteJ by the School Sisters o( Notre
Dame, and provldi-d ith every requisite
conducive to physical. Intellectual and moral
The system of eJucatlon embracja even'
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) science KultaMe for young ladle
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has Colletre, Arademic, Normal, Art, Mu.ic.
Commendal and Model rJchool Departments.
U Is.trtctly flrtitclasa, and blKhirrade, but
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DEPART M KNTH LEA W EVERYBODY
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