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OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
. P. fa not, ... Krilter.
Knterrd at the Harrisoa post offlce m
eecond cliuw matter.
The Uiree reform parties of Iowa bave
united oo not ticket for tin state elec
tion this fall. '
Senator Flanna captured tli republican
convention in Ohio hutt week, which
means the trust run the republican par
ty in that state yet "
The fJingley bill provided for the
i&tr t mints, and manufacturers, but
ur mints, ana manufacturers, but
luring class or the consumer.
Omaha is to hare another mammoth
packinghouse. Phil. Amour the world's
greatest meat packer has decided to locate
A packing house at S. Omaha, which w ill
cmt several inillioo dollars bemdes em
ploy ing over two thousand wen.
Senaton Carter of Montana, and Shotip
, of Idaho are just about to bid adieu to
I lie republican party. They have lieguu
to ifet their even open sioce they find
flint the Dinjrley tariff bill is all in the
' interests of the east to the exclusion
of every other port of the country.
Senator Pettitfrew, who had a -partial
stroke of paralysi a couple of days ago
while engaged in a heated debate on the
floor of the senate, is at this date report
ed to be so much improved by yester
day's dispatches that tie uus able td be
at his labor again, having entirely re
gained hi speech.
fine thing the reform forces done for
Oms state of Nebraska last January
when they went iuto power, and that
was to rout that ping of highway rol
lwrs that hits infettted (lie slate house
lor the taut quarter of a century. Yet,
the leaders of tne republican party are
only in their proper tnoode wlien they
are hurling sin h flmgs as, ,,rciarclnsU"
''('ranks" &e. Who ought to have the
credit for doing the job? the ; republican
arty or the reform forces.
What great chunks of prosperity the
people are enjoying. Those who voted
for McKiuUy and the single gold stand
ard must feel hilarious over the future
propocU in the United States fur the
next four yours. Yet there are a certain
class of people in this as well as in every
other community that get out and yell
for the republican party, high proction
mid the single gold standard (for the
trusts and combines), and they don't
know where or how they will get the
r.ext meal of vituals to eat.
CARTER AMD SHOUP NEXT
Tfyvj Will Publicly Renounce
the Keptililienii Party ami
Iiflnr for Free 811-
t or Just llcforethe
journ. Hot fieaeter Will Retrieve All Tee Error
Made By Not Follow lug Teller and His
CoUracuei Out of the ML LonU
WASlUXfiTON, June 23. A scene
as sensational and almost aa dramatic
as that preeeated in St. Louis when Tel
ler lad tlie silver hosts from the Republi
we) ranks will be enacted in the senate
Wfore it reaches its final adjournment.
Seoator Carter of Montana, ex-chair
man of the Republican national commit
tea and Senator Shoup of Idaho will re
nounce their allegiance to the Republi
can party and declare themselves as
ready to support the principles of the
free silver Republicans. They will come
out wiuarely for the free coinage of ail
ver and will sharply and clearly as pa
rate themselves from the party with
which they have heretofore been identi
tied. This act will be the culmination
'if a series of moves now being made by
They have not been blind to the sig-
niflomnce of event in Idaho, Montana
4 the adjacent Western state nor
have they fulled to note tlie effect of
Yetcs against the I'ettigrew, anti-trust
Amendment and the Canon amendaient
asoviding for uo export bounty on agn
rWnator Carter staled today that he
was very much dinsatislled with the way
his constituent and the people of the
weet generally were Ming treated by
those responsible for tariff legislation.
"Of course nothing can be said at
tfce line," tie remarked, "a toe bill Is
not finality, but there are indications
that it w4ll deal unfairly with the peo
pie of the west. The wool schedule haa
not been decided upon, bat in its present
state it k anything but satisfactory"
Senator Sfceup will follow him la
every move and wiH ha hi ally in thfc
second senatorial revolt la the RepuWi
can ranks. There were many confer
ences in the capitol today.
Senators Carter, Jiay and Perkins
conferred for some length of time with
Senator Canon of Utah. Later, Senator
Carter had a long conference with J. 8.
Clarkson, manager of one of narrtson
campaigns for the presidency. Senator
('arters departure from the house of the
Republican will he made as impressive
as possible, Carter Is always theatrical.
He has often regretted that he did not
participate in the onward march of the
free silver Republicans at St. Louis.
He will retrieve all errors of omission,
however, by his exit from the Republi
can section of the senate chamber, at
the time when the fate of the great dis
tinctive Republican measure may be
trembling in the balance.
Notice to Delinquent Tax-Payers.
Sioux County, Xeb. )
Treasurers Office, ,
June 30, 1897. ' ; )
Notice is hereby given that it is the
purpose of the undersigned to immedi
ately collect all delinquent personal
taxes. Parties knowing themselves to
be delinquent will save costs of collec
tion by paying at once. No further
notice will be given.
t HARJ.ES BtEHf.E,
ConimUaionor Proreedlnt; as a Board of
, llBrraon, Nb.
June 3, 117. I
Board of Kquntztion nu t pursuant to
I'reacmt, commixaloiier Welier, Young ami
Tl nk In m mid Clerk.
TUr Board found the average aMsniuinieiit
n!r bead of cuttle In the county to be SVT.'i,
and the average -fnncnt per bund in the
Varioun preeiuoM to Imi ax follows:
Antelope 1 G.S8
Jlowim,... . . . 3.5
Klre I'ulutK - 7.17
Hat Crunk 5.M
MontroiMs - 4.72
UuuniiiK.v' titer '. . S.H
Snake Creek. , .
HUlfar I-oaf 5.78
Whistle Creek 7.4a
White Kiver . 5.56
Village or Uarrlson W.l
It wa found that iu order to Kiiuulixti tint
saseMinent on cattle In the county the fol
lowing ubanifeii in the various precincts,
were neoeswrr and so otdored.
Andrews reduced 15.7 pen cent.
Antelope 02.2 ' '
Budarc " MA
Bowen raised V, j.S "
Cottenwood " .04 '
rive PoluU reduced . .) " "
Hat Creek raised ; ' .05 "
Highland - .01"
Muajtrnse M "
Runntug Water raised .) "
Snake Creek reduced 07.4 '
Whittle Creek ' .23 "
Warbonnet raised -13 "
WhlU River " M " "
Village of HarrUos reduced C37 "
The average price of cattle per head in Su
gar !oaf prectaet being so near the average
price per head In ths county, there wai no
change ordered In said precinct. 1
On motion the Board adjourned till 7.00 A.
M. June 14, 197.
M. J. BLBwtrr,
Ilarrlaon, Xeb. (
June . 1897. I
- Board of Equalization met puraaant to
rrenent, coinmlssloner Weber, Young sad
TUikhatu and Clerk. ..
Tun Heard found the total valuation of
saseHsable property In the different pre
cinct to be a follow:
Antelope .....l 1311.00
r It I'wlnts . 3,(MO.oo
Hat, Cresk- -, ih.357.oo
Highland . . 3 78 00
Montrose . 3,970
Sunning Water 18,075.00
Suake Crek.. . , 30,015.00
Sugar Loaf - 31,837.00
W biatle Creak 3,fio;i.oo
Warbonnet i. ,0ii6.oo
While River xl.470.OO
Village ul Ilarrlaon. 25.6-JH.OO
The following praam bin and ruaolutlona
were on motion adopted.
Whereas the aaaesaed Valuation of HloitX
ounty Nebraska, or the year PHI7, is but
.'is7W.4t, aa oorreeted by tbt Board of Kqn
alUatlou, subject howe ver, to correction by
tee clerk lu so far as clerical-error may ap
pear. "i ''..
AndWIieress- flfteon wills levy on 1517,
630.N, will make '.l-W. and the Board of
tlie county Commissioners are only allowed
to Issue warrants to the amount of 85 per
cent, of saM nam, or warrants for ss.73fi.00,
tburefore Im-It resolved that the following
Iteuia included In the estimate of expenses
for the year 1W7, vis: '
litstlrlct court expenses, mlarles, station
ary, prtn In? and publls'.iing, Institute, In
cidental and (MUcers fees, be reduced to
come wltMn the limits ol 7 mill on the dol
lar of the total assessed valuation of Mloux
county for the year 1897.
To provide county revenue for tits year
197, the Board hereby make the following
levy! . '
On valuiUlon of i.'pfj,53(.49 for Ueneral
and, 7 mills on the dollar valuation, ror
Bridge fund, I mills on the dollar valuation.
For Road fund, 2 mills on the dotte value
tlon. Kor Bpeulal debt ditod. I 4 neren
tenths julfls en the dollar valuetteu. tar
Soldiers Keller fend three teatae asms on
the dollar valuation. On taotioSt rae Clerk
be and be heeebr Is orderedi U- levy oa
the valuation of Bowen Bead preclsot the
required number of mills on tlx dollar, to
raise the amount of fTOO.00, for Interest on
Ceart houe Bonds and. '"0-00', for Hluk
ing fund for Court houne' Bondsnd - the
amount of commitsious for collectjrin the
same. " ' rt
On motion the Clerk lie and he hereby l
ordered to levy on the valuation of the dif
ferent school Dlstrlrta, the ( amount lugslly
Bled and certified to by tlie ' proper offlrer,s
to be so levied, also the requlretf TttHnftAr or
nllll s respectively to raise the amount of In
terest and sinking fund on School OlntrV't
Bonds and comnlsslon for col lectins: same '
On motion, the Clerk be and be aereby. Is
Instructed and ordered to levy Village Tax
on the valuation of the Village of Harrison,
when properly filed and cert 1 Had to as
required by law..' , .. ' , w fa"-'''
On motion, minntes of session were read
end1 approved, ' . ,
Oa motion Board adjourned without day.
. I ;f, - ., M. J. BUMrm.
' ', -. , jVlei.'
CELEBRATES ON THE
The following is the pro
gram for the (rand Picsic
and Independence Day Cele
bration to be field at Montr
ros, Neb-, July 5th, 1897:
Reading Declaration of Indi
pendence M. J. O'Connell.
Oration Rev. Edw. S. Mfin-
eich. ' !
Game of Base Ball.
Wheelborrow Race, 1
And other amusements.
Grand display of fireworks
in the evening . ' r
Danciag during day and
Refreshments to be had on
Music for the day by Was
serburger's Brass Band.
TheWei;jteni Star Orches
tra will furnish the music for
: If you wish to enjoy an all
round pleasant day, come.
J. MARKIJf, ) . :
F. Nutto, - GQmmitt0eif '
J. Messing .) :tp-:
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notice and It any errors exist
same to this ofBve at euoe.
Ketlre For Publlratioa.
led oBce at Alliance, Kebr. j .
. Msy24. IstT. I ;
Notice Is hereby given thet the followlag
named setUer hss fllsd notice of bis Inten
tion to msk anal proof la seaport of bis
claim, and raat said proof Mill be mads be
fore M. J. Btowatt Clerk Dtss.Coart at Usnt.
son. Neb., on Jely 3, law, rti: " . '
Mickolai Mekero of Moatreee,. Mob., who
Bled II. K. Maim fpf tlie W(4 See. ItToea
spip is m ft m nr.'? t
He names tbe following wltin to prove
his oontlauour tesUlenee upon and culti
vation of, said lead, ls: ,
Jo he Berres, of Badare, Nebr.
Hupbea nerres, of
Krank Meyer, of "
who made H. C. No. HTf for tae Lot
W 14 and tt N W H Sac. 1, Township 33 K , ft.
He names the fallowing witnesses to prove
til continuous residence epon and eulttvt
tlon of said Isnd, vis: -V '
John "erres, of Bodarc, Ncbr.
Stephen Herres, of " -. - "
Bernard Hass, of Ollohrlst,
Mlonefiu Haas, of "
J. W. Wihit, Jr.
I.iuid Offii-e st Allisnce, Nobr. I
June 1, Ib97. )
Notice is hereby given that the following'
uatoed st-ttler huit Hied notice of IiIm ln-ten-tloii
toniske final proof in npiurt of his
claim, and thutsuui proof will li matte be
fore M. J. Blewett clwrk, dixtrk-t court at
HurrlMin. Nebr., 011 July 17, 18C7 viz:
Herman Kutintth of Moutro-, Ni-br. who
hiHl! H. K. So. 130 for the UtU 3 aud 4 and
K'i W'4 St-v. 1 Tup. 34 N. K 54W.
lie iiuiiica tlie following wltuttMRs to prove
lit cotiUmioiu rexideuce uon aud eultlvat
Uon of, suid land, viz :
icrhard Kclnder-4, of Montrose, Neb.
John Sarrx, of liodarc, "
Ifti-plmH brreii, of
Jucob lleury, of Montrooe, "
J. W. Wichw,
TIJfBEE CltTUUE, KIXAL PROOF. NOTICE
FOU PI BLICATIOX.
I'nlted States Land Offlce, Alliance, Xebr. I
June 2, 1887. j
Notice is hereby given that William V.
O'Conner of Harrison, Neb., has- ban tiled
notice of Intention to make dual proof be
fore M. J. Blewett clerk dUtrict court at his
olllce tn Harrison, Nebr.,' on tint 17 day of
Jaly, 1S97, on dnitter culture application No.
W70, for the SF.Ki quarter of section No. 2V, la
TownshlpXo.31 N, KmifeNo. y,W.
He names as wltneMM:
Jobn (Jotbin, t'taarlea Cainenzind, John
Davis and II. h. Sfaiuck, all of Hurrison, Neb.
J. W. Whii.n, Jr.
STATE OFFICE :
Silas A. Holcomb .Governor
Jswi U. Harris I Jcu tenant Governor
W. r. Poster Secretary of State
John T. Cornell.. .Auditor
J. It. Meserve .Treasurer
C. J. Smyth Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe . Land Oominlssionet
W. It. Jackson ,.Bupt. Public InsQruct Ion
. CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION:
Jobn kf . Tharston V. S. Senator, Omaha
Wm. V. Alien ...V. S. Senator, Madison
J. B. Strode, Congressman 1st Dist., Lincoln
. II. Maroer, zd
8am eel Maxwell, 3rd
W. L. Stark, 4tb
ft. I). Sntberlsndji " tth
W.-1.. Green, . tth
A. m; rost Cplef Jusciee, Columbus
1. 0. C. Harrison -.As'te Judge, Grand Island
t. L. Norval..".. Associate Jadge, Seward
0. A- Caieptill.X'lcrk and Iteporter. Uncoln
i'vWFtftKNTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
It P. KlOkahl....... ...Judge, O'Neill
. H.. Westover . " Busbvtllc
. J. Hlewett , Clerk, Harrison
Robert Wilson.... County Judge
M. J.Blewett Clerk
Cha. Illehle . Treasurer
H'. II. Davis T8upt. Public Instruction
D.' Harriett ...l , Sheriff
J. E. Phlnncy Coronor
ft. K. Tbomsn ..Surveyor
at. J. Blewett Clerk of District Court
Or ant Gutbrie Comity Attorney
' BOARD OF COiriSSIOSERS:
Frank Tlnkham lsrDtsirlet
M. J. Wopor(Chairmiin) d "
James F. Jomig.. 3d "
Otto Mntx..S'naUr, Dist. So. 14, Sprlngview
A. E. Sheldon Dist. So. 53, Cbadron
E. Rohwer (chairman) ...Trustee
J. W,, Scott - '
D. II. Griswod
W. B. Marsteller
N.I. Hamlin j..... ,".
Iewls Gerlach..'.l-...i : Treasurer
. "t ti SCIIOOT. OFFICERS;
J. iW. Scott Director
ft. L. Smack Moderator
Lewis Lertach '. Treasurer
TERM8 OF COURT:
flsrlt' Court, At Harrison, commences
Spring term April 1.1th, juryUth,
Fall October 25, Jury th.
Couaty Court, At Harrison, commences
ffrst Monday of each month.
Methodist Sunday School meets every Snn
day memlaf at
1. 1. gTANeraixaa, w. if. Davis,
v MperlAtesMlent. ' " Uecretary
JERBY RI7HK POST, No. 345, G. A. R.
Meets aeeond' Monday in each month in
the court boese at Hsnissn.
X. E. Llvermore, Com.
WOOpMKJf. OT THE WORLD.
Harrison Osiak.No. U, meets on each al
faraate Waffeeedsy evening.
i - ; Clerk. f ' Con. Com.
MODIftft WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
MeeU albaTaate Saturday evening
aio'eieelt. - A. R. DW, V. c.
Setnlar business meetiag flnt Tuesdsy
evesrtog la ac saemtli.
! ) Oi L. Muintiu,
W. H. Dsvtsr President.
Pevotipaal meettnsj every Sunday evening
at :. D. J. Clibi, Leader.
Meets each Sunday afternoon at 2 M.
Mas. P. H. uaitwoi.D,pt.
TMk JouasAL will publUh your brand,, ike
the roHow4SBr, for t :(, per year. Each sd -
dltional bran4 75 cent. Kr.-ry farmes oil
ranchmen In hlaux and ailjoiuing countlm
should sdvertlae tlilr brandu in The. lot's
malss It circulate!) all. over the stale. ltd
may be the mcaus ofavlng money for you.
On loft side of cattle aud on lefvLaod Office
sbuolder of borset.
Range on Autelopu creek
P. O., Ghllchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
On let side or hip of cattle, )
On left shoulder of h"i-e. )
iKauge on the head 01 Warbonnetl
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
S. W. CAREY.
Ion left shoulder of cattle and
IKanai on Little I'ottonwoou.
P, ., Crawford Nebr.
lamimparedtoJoallkindstO do WagOll WOrk
ea ear ea la
of ivoodrtmrk, horse-stoemgSCIia DiaCKSmitnillg.
SATISFACTION fl IJAJJANTEED. 1
My shop is. two doors north of The Ranch'
Supply House. Give mc a chance to live.
JOHN. L. 0TRATTON.
NOTICE FOR PUBLItJATtOX.
Land Otlice at Alliance Neb, f
June 13, 18U7. )
Notice is' hereby given that tbe following
named settler has tiled notice of hU Inten
tion to- make final proof in- support of bin
claim,, and that said proof wlll.be made be
fore M. J. Blewett, Clerk Distinct Court st
Harrison, Xeb., on Aug. 7th, W97, vis: Iflram
Richardson of Ardmore, S. D., who mode
II. K. No. 44(11, lor the N E'i of Sec. 33, Town
ship N Range 54W.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tlon of said land :
Jake Wasserberger of Montrose, Mnb.
Henry Plekenbroc.k, " "'
Henry Prlesthof '
Aliw, Notice is hereby given tint Hiram
Kit-hard ou of Asdmore, S. !., has Rled no
tice of intention to wake Dual proof before
the same ofltoer at same place and date on
timber culture application No. 1718, for the
S-WJiofSee. No. 24, In Towuahip So. 34 N.!
ftange No. 55 H', He names as witnesses :
Jake Wasaerberger of Montrose, Xeb.
Henry Ptekenbrock, "
John Debuno, " "
Henry Prlesthoff " "
B. S. Brkwstmi,
D. H. ORI8WOLD, Cashier.
, AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
AmuuciN Exchanob National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha, ....
First National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposita
CTDIUm SOLD ON ALL- PABXS OT EUQOFI.
l , Now, is the time, to subscribe for
The. WEEKLY JOUNAL
$1, FOR ONE YEAR 1
IT IS THE LEGAL PAPFR OF SIO UX CO UN'IZ .
GEO. D. CANON,
10ITOH AND FROPHICTOR,
Prompt attention, given to all lefrsi
matters in Justice, County ami lJi-t t-i t
Courts, and before the United 8lt
Fire Insurance written in rlifttle"
rJFIegal papers carefully draw n.
Hajocuon, - Xuuhaska.
But still on deck
Third building south-of livery barn.
First door north of the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
baid to all repair
krvork, also boot and
L. E. DICKINSIX.
WORK DON Er
THEN COME TO THE
C. F. Coma,
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