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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1897)
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The Sioux County Journal.
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Kntr1 nt th Harrison )Kst offlc aa
Bi-CUUll class mutter.
Iliegrenl coal imnwrji strike in the!
east is atill in progress, with no apniraui I
indication of ending very soon.
AnnuVr niainolli corporation is to 1
fonnedtiiti-ordinjf to the Chicago Evening
Post) with a capital cash slock estimated j
at .OJ,.a,WW and whan certain bonds
arid KiH'Ks are included it will swell the
above amount to something like one bil
lion doJlatitfThe Standard Oil Co., The
V, lal and (ia Co , The Iron and Steel Co ,
The.Suc;ar Refining Co., and some other,
we do not now rememliur. J!ut hi ('ice it
to say we lire fast reaching the age of the
centralization of wealth.
All that is now talked of in the drii'y
(niper in the Klondike tninin country in
Alaska. There is from one to half a doz
en columns in all the metropolitan news
papers refjardin the wonderful gold dis
covery now lieiiitf made up in Alaska, on
ir near tlw Youkon riverxsource. From
nil over country comes word that
thousand:, are Hooking ti the new eldordo
where they e.iect to become rich in un
incredible short time. The chances are
that about one in every ten whoo there
will make some money while the other
nine tenths will come away without any
thing to show (tr their time and money
fH'tit. f three fourths of those people
who contemplate goin;,'- to the Alaskan
jrobl mine country would put, their at
tention to Ki.ue industry wilhiu the bor
ders of tliair. state the chanses tire nt the
end of a year they would have a Indtt r
prospect for uM inl will have bourn
less har.his, besides having done some-!
thin;,' toward huililin;; up the county
and stale in which you live. The well-to-do-people
in most every community
vou may enter, nrethosewbohavestnrtid
in lifrt wit h searcely a penny to help
themselves: of c urs therj are exc-.tp -lions
to tlwgtneral rule, but there nro
Jess than one out of every ten who have
discovered a Klondike mine. Hence, it
is our opinion if thus who are in search of
tiiis jfolJ in fabulous (pinntities, nt
little cosland ilhout much effort would
tal;e our ad vice, lliev wouhl lit Hie Ion
run In) a hundred times lietter olf and
much happier, stdtiug an example wor- i
thy of all acceptation.
UNDER THE DINGO BILL.
The Tost ff LUiiij: to JJe
And Here Are the Addillonal Costs of
IihhI and Clothing Which the
Poor Must II a v as
Well ns the Ulcli.
Jellies, raised five cents.
Oranges and Lemons, more than doub
le. Nuts, increased one cent a pound.
Meuts, raised live per cent.
Chickory, made one cent a pound; it
Chocolate, raised half cent.
Salt, twelve cents for 100 pounds; it
Plushes and velvets, changed from
forty per cent, to mue cents a yard and
twenty-live per cent.
Ready niadu clothing and cotton gen
erally, increased ten er cent.
Hosiery, raised fifteen per cent.
Floor matting, from three to eight
cents; was free.
Collar and cuffs, increased fifteen er
Iac gootln, raised ten per cent.
Ores goods, advanced twenty er
Carpets, increased from eighteen to
sixty cetils a yard.
Silks, raised fifteen per cent.
Deads, trimmings, hats, etc., increas
ed from fifteen to fifty ier cent.
Boots and shoes and umbrellas, ad
vanced five per cunt.
Spectacle and eyeglasses, increased ten
Cutlery and scissors, raised to twenty
Pens, changed from eight to twelve
cenU a gross.
Hair and hat pi us, increased ten per
Sugar, raised one cent a pound.
PrtMrved vegetables, rained ten per
increased two rents n dozzen.
('tor, advamwd five cents a gallon.
Hay, onloos and honey, doubled.
OfMfc (wu. forty ceuU a bull ; was
Flowam, twtaty-flre per caot: wart
frwi. ; f ,.
Potatoes, rained tan cents a bunhel. '
Vegetablav, (toaraJly, lacraaMil twen
ty par oaat
rrakh water flah aad inackenl and
balllMit, dvan'l a .r , f -.i ?
"T'C'li.d !' (i 'u rn. ;..v.i !.
A "Holiness lSim.l."
Tlie following is th way tin National
HiniKlallist. of t'hiiatro sized up tlw pold
U-riMHTiUic convention of Liuisville
Kentucky held there recently;
liy Mm above caption is rnu.int Dps (fold
ltetnoirats who rwontly asiiiMeil in
convention at Louisville, Kentucky.' It is j
not asxiimul hy this journal that the
designation (its tliem perfectly. Thorn
truth many clement of "holi- !
nePK lacking, rind many more of sinful
I ness Kiipenihimd.ini in those who made
I up that convention. A total absence of
j charity, un apparent inability to distin
guish between ritlit and wronic, the
(waring of false witness again thosa
who happen to differ from them, and the
indulgence in a flood of denunciation like
unto that which bursts (Vptn a broken
I sewer nre rather serious defects in the
j composition of a "holinesi baud." That
, ... ...i . ii i n.iuuini ni Lll UICV
j evidently think themsd ves entitled.
Read What Governor Pingroe
Says About the Svw
TiirifT liiiv. .
DETROIT, July 21. Gov. Tinpree ( R. -publican)
to-day wired tlie followiig
message to president McKiuluy, Senator
IJurrows, and Congressmen (Jorliss and
Kpauldin of Micliigan:
I regard the duty on I u mlier, hidt R and su
gar as un-Republii:an, uupatriotic and
"It is grossly unfair to make the poor!
pay as much per capita as the rich k
wards the support of the Oovernment,
property, and not human tstomachs
should Ut reached. Property, is protect
ed by our laws, and should pay for its
protection. II. S, Pingree."
Onlcr of Ilenrliij on IXitlon fnr Appoint
uii'iit of Ai'inistrntnr er Aihuiiiis
trntris. State of Nehriska, I
t'Umx ( 'ouu ty. j
At ft. (nimty Court, held at tlm County
Court b'oom, In and for said County, August
Jud, A. It. I,7.
I'rrstMit, Kohkkt Wti-sox, County Judge.
IS THE M VTTKK Or Til K KS f ATE OF JOtIN II.
n reading and fllint the petitltlon of
ANN I K nmnV.V, pmyltiK that Adminbdra
tlon of xaiit 1'state may be grained lier us
Okuekkii, That Hcpternbcr r.th, A. It. Isi7,
nt 1 o'clock p. in., in Hosigncd for hearing
said jx'titlon, when nil persons Interested
In said matter may uppear at u County
Court to be held lit and tor said County, and
tdiovv cause why the prayer of petitioner
should not he granted; and that nonce of
the pendency of said petition and tlie hear
ing thereof, be given to nil persons interest
ed in said mutter by publishing a copy of
thin order la TUB Sioux Cot'st r Joi.'h.vaLh
' I weekly uew.-papiT printed in K.ild County,
for four successive wjeks, prior to said dav
lJollMtT W TWOS',
Stato Convention of Tho
Lincoln, Neh., July 10,-lly order of the
provisional state central committee of the
free silver republicans of the stale of Ne
brnska, u hereby call n state convention
of the electors of seld partv to meet In the
city of Lincoln on Wednesday, .September
I, ls',17, til I o'clcM'k p. in.
The purpose of said convention Is to place
In nomination one candidate for Judge of
the supreme court and two regents of the
university of the Slate of Nebraska and to
transact such other business an may proper
ly come lielore said convention.
"Each county will lie entitled to two dele
gales nt large and one delegate for every
'inn votes or major fraction thereof east for
Nets O. Alls-rts, presidential elector In I '.,
which will make the following apportion
ment bv counties:
Conn lies. -Delegates. Counties. Delegates.
Adams 10 Jefferson . H
Antelope fi Johnson 8 I
thinner 1 Kearney.
Klalm I Keith I
Hoone . 7 Keya Pahu. ....... 1
Box Ituttu :i Kimball 1
Hovd 3 Knox s
brown 2 l.aiiclster 21'
Mutt ilo 12 Lincoln 7
Unit . fi Uigau.. 1
liutler II Loup 1
Cass 12 Madison
Cislur.... s Md'herson. ...... 1
Chase.. I Merrick. 8
Cherry .......... : Nance......
Cheveiine . 3 Neinnhii.. 10
Cum I ng. .............
I law mm .
Dixon . .
0 Nuckolls 7
7 Otoe 12
9 Pawnee. 6
12 Perkins I
5 main 6
5 I'lercu .. 5
7 l'lalte 10
1 folk 7
Krrl Willow 5
Dodge . 10 Klchardium 13
Douglas ,VJ Rock 1
Dundy..-. 1 Saline 10
Fillmore. 9 Karpy 6
Franklin .......... 6 Saunders 14
Frontier 6 Scotts ItlulTs 1
FtiniM 7 Howard .
Gage. ... 14 filierldan 4
Garfield I Sherniiin....
(lospor 3 ffioinr
Grunt.....'.... 1 Mia ii ton
Greeley 4 Thayer
Hall . Thomas
Hamilton Thurston :
Harlan. 0 Valley
Hayes I Washington......
Hitchcock . t Wayne..
Holt 1 Webster .
Hooker 1 Wheeler
Howard... . 1 York......
It in rci'iiniiiicudisl that each eouiitv an
tool alternate lor each delegate, and that
the duteaaUM praaont at aat4 convention bo
allowed to coat tha full vote of the county.
It la farther recommended that no proxtea
h ullr - I
Democratic State Convention.
The democratic Mute Central roniiiiett.ee
for the nlat or Nebraska hereby mils u
lele(u.t invention of the iIiMnoorst.s of the
stuto of Nebraska to meet In Lincoln on
Wednesday, MejiU'inher I, ut U p. in." for tin
purpose of placing j nomination a emiili
diit.) for jie'tje of the supremo court and
i two CitivJidiites for 1 tW.'1'll f.-J if t lift L'lnlu ii t. i.
U.-ity, nd for the transaction of nnrh
! o'hcr business us may properly cume helore
.... Mini uu omieFC i n inn principles
oi i in1
deiiHM-.mtie parly ai doolured In the
t'hieaKO pliitforui and who intend to affiliate
with the tenioi-rtic purty ure Invited to
p.irtleipatij in the selection of delegate to
The busis of representation Is on? dele
Kiite for each Iiw voles, or major fraction
thereol, east lor iion.w. J. ISryan for i;nit
ed States senator at the general election of
eacn eouiity, iiowever, to have til leant
.No proxies will be allowed, and the varl
ous comities ure requested to select alter
uite delegates o that tiaeli may have fu II
representation in the convrnlon.
The lieadijuarters of the democratic state
committee will he at the LindeH hotel,
where dniegate tickets may be had.
'the lollwolng Is the number ol delegate
to which each county is entitled:
Adams I.. Jackson in
Antelope ti Kearney e
llHiiuer I Keith 0
1 Key a I'aha 1
Koone 7 Kimball 1
liox Hutte S Knox 10
lloyd 6 Siiuensler id
Ilrow u 'I Lincoln. . 6
I'.utt'alo 11 Logan 1
Hurt 7 I-oup 1
Kutler . IS Madison 15
Cuss 1 Meriiersoli 1
Cedar 8 Jlerick 7
Cliasc 2 Nance 1."
Cherry 5 Neinalia. 12
Cheyenne S Nuckolls 11
Clay H Otoe 20
' oliax . 12 Pawnee 7
Cuming H Perkins . I
Custer !! Phelps 4
Dakota 7 Pierce 7
Daws 7 Pintle IB
Dawson 7 Polk., 6
Duel 2 l!ed Willow 5
Dixon 21 liock 2
Douglas W) Saline IS
Dundy 2 Sarpy 10
13 f-anndcrs 18
. 15 Scot' Bluffs... 1
. A Seward
. 0 Thomas
- . 4
Hall 14 Thurston
Hamilton 10 Valley.. 4
Harlan fl Washington... 12
Hayes 2 Wayne 7
Hitchcock 3 Webster
Holt 1(1 Wheeler...
Hooker . 1 York
Jefferson .... 1 1
Javikk c. Dahlmax, Chairman
I.KE J I Kit OMAN, Secretary.
State Convention People's Inde
Lincoln, Neb., July 8. II y order of tho
stare central committee of tho people's
independent party of the state of Nebraska,
we hereby call a state convention of the
electors of said party to meet In tiie city ol
Lincoln on Wednesday, tho 1st day of Sep.
tembtr, 1HD7, lit 2 o'clock p. in.
The purpose of the said people's Indepen
dent state convention Is to place In nonil
'nation one candidate for judge of the
supreme court and two candidates for re
genls of of tlie university of the Plate of
the stale of Nebraska and to transact such
other busincsB as may properly come before
Tlie representation is based on one vote
for every 100 votes or major fraction thereof
cast for Governor Silas A. Holcomb at the
the election of lSiiti, which niukes the follow
ing apportionment by counties:'
Counties. Delegates. Counties. Delegatei.
II i own
21 Jefferson ,
1 Keurney j
13 Keya Puha
I I Otoe
14 IMntto '
21 Hed Willow
10 Mcntt'a tlluffs
. 2 Sherman
I Man ton
3 W nailing ton
It Is recommended that each county elect
alternate correnpomlliiK In number to thlr
delegates, and it la further moommended
that the delegates preaent lal allowed , to
caat the fall vote or their cottutlca ana that
no proxies be allowed. ' 1' ,
Tiual Proof Xoficcs.
All persons having itmil proof notices in
this paper will receive n marked eopv of the
paiierumlare requested to examine their
i mI.''VHV;1-1' ,"y "''"' ':iiat rt;l)U1't "
name to tins oltlee at once.
XOTICK ym rCULICATIDN.
Land Oltice at Alliance Neb, (
June ',, lHi i. j
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has Hied notice of hi inten
tion to make' n mil proof in support of his
clalpi, and that Maid proof will lj made be
fore M.J. ISlcwett, Clerk District Court at
Harrison, Neb., on Aug. 7th, 18!,7, viz: Hiram
i.iciiardon of Ardmore, S. 1)., w, ,,,.,,1,,
II. K. No. 44i;l, lor the X .E of See. :i.i, Towu
sliip 35N" Hange S4W.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
ms continuous residence upon andcultlva
lion of said land:
Juke Wasserhergerof Montrose, Mob,
Henry Piekenbrock, "
Als,, Notion is hereliy given that Hiram
Ifich irdson or Ardmore, S. D., has filed no
tice of Intention to make linal proof before
the same ollicer at same place and date on
timber cultur application No. 171s, for the
S-W'iof Sec. No. 24, In Township No. 34N
Kange No. 55W, lie names us witnenses-
Jake WuHserbergor of Montrose -i.
Henry 1'iekenbroek, " i.
J. W. Wemx Jn,
Silas A. Holcomb Governor
Jilinen K. Harris Lieutenant Governor
W. F. I'orter Secretary of State
John F.Cornell .Auditor
It. Meserve Treasurer
J. Smyth Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe Lund Coniinilriwi
W. II. Jackson Sunt, l'ul.iii. i ,,ui i. ..
CONG KESS1 ON A I. D E LEG ATI ( )N :
John M. Thurston C S. Senator. Omaha
Win. V. Allen U. S. S.nator, Madison
J. Ii. Strode, Confc'ressmun IstDist., Lincoln
D. II. Mercer,
W. L. Stark,
li. D. Sutherland,
W. L. Green,
A. M. Port Chief Justice, Columbus
T. O. C. Harrison ..As'te Judge, Grand Island
T. Ij. Norva) Associate Judge, sewurd
D. A. CanipbclL.Clerk and Reporter, Lincoln
v- " FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DI55TrICT:
M. P. Kiukald Judge, O'.Velll
W. II. Wcstovor " Knshvlllc
M. J. Ulewett Clerk, Harrtsop
Robert. Wilson County Judge
M. J. Ulewett Clerk
Cliuf". P.ichle Treasurer
W. If. Davis nipt. Public Instruction
I). Ilartlett Sheriff
J. E. l'liinncy Coroner
IS. F. Thomas .Surveyor
M. J. lilewett Clerk of District Court
Grant Guthrie County Attorney
HOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
Frank Tlnkham IstDislrict
M. J. Weber(Chnirnuin) 2d "
James F. Young 3d "
Otto Mntz.. Senator, Dist. No. 14, Springvicw
A. E. .Sheldon Dist. No. 53, Chad ron
E. Rolnver (chairman)
J. W. Keott
D. II. Griswod
W. H. Mnrsteller
W. 11. Davis
I-cw is Gerlach
J. W. Scott Director
11. L. Sniuck Moderator
Ixiwls Ix'.rlach Treasurer
TERMS OF COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, commences
Spring term April 13th, jury 14th,
Fall " October 2a, Jury 2ith.
County Court, At Harrison, commences
first Monday of eacli mouth.
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
Methodist Sunday School meets every Sun
day morning at 10:00
J. K. Mahstbm.f.h, w. If. Davis,
JERRY RUSK POST, No. 84 G. A. R.
Meets second Monday In each month In
the court house at Harrison.
K. K. LIverniorc, Coin.
WOODMEN OK TIIE WORLD.
ITarrrvW Citinp, No. lift, meets on each ni
ternato Wcdnesdiiy uvenlng.
Clerk. Con. Coin.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Meets each alternate, .Saturday evening
at S o'clock. A. R. Dkw, V. C.
J. W. Smith, Clerk.
Regular DUslnoaa meeting first Tuesday
evening In ech month.
0. L. Mammtbllkr,
W. II. Davis, l'rcsldent.
Devotional meeting ovory Snnrtsy evening
at 0:45. D, J. Clahk, I-ender.
Meet rnch nndny afternoon St 2:30.
AUG . 5,
Tub JorRVAL will publish your brand, iki
the following, for i:, jjeryear. Kaeli ad
ditional brand 73 cents. t.very farnn r o
j-am-hinen in Koux mid adjoining countio
siiould advertise their brands in ThkJo'JK
NALas it circulates all over the state. Ii
may be the means of saving money for you
On left side of cuttle and on left
Hi uolder of horses.
Rangi: on Antelope creek
(iliilchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
On lei sii'" or hip of cuttle,
n left ho ilder of horses.
Range on the head ol Wni'bonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
JOn left shoulder of cattle and
maK Range on Little Cottonwood.
J'. O., Crawford Nebr.
I am prepared to do all UndsQ (Jq wagOIl WOrk
a ndblacl Mi tithing.
SATISFACTION 0 UARAXTEED.
My shop is two doors nortli of Tie R inch
supply House. Give ine a chance to live.
JOHN. L. STRATT0N.
t UUVtKNMtNI PUSH iuno.
It you wish one of the iso.uw
positions in the government ser
vice, this Bureau can advise you
how to proceed to secure it, and fit
J you lor passing the required Civil
Service examination therefor.
energy, laci ana a common scnooi
education are all the requirements
This Bureau has the best facilities possible for ob
taining patents and copyrights in this and foreign
countries. The chief of this dept. has had 80 years
experience as Chief Examiner, Commissioner of
Patents, and Patent Attorney, and is very success
ful in securing broad patents and in the prosecution
of all patent litigation before the courts.
SCHOOL OF LAW.
This Bureau can fit you for admission to the Bar
and prepare you for active practice in two years,
without materially interfering with your other du
ties. Our instructors are the ablest, our system
thorough, and our charges reasonable. Three cours
es are taught: University, Business and Special.
Send for particulars, terms, etc.
NATIONAL INFORMATION BUREAU.
1420 New York Ave., Washington, D. C
To bay KOAm, guaranteed "At 9OI At"
JfAf 'IW, for less money; tin y can t be
mailcT" .. 'I buy, unions you get the best. A
cheap Scare Is the must expensive Investment
you can wake; It It anrcllitlil. and moans tbat
aooaer or later you must buy agnln. itny only
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which will lat you a Jifei.tme, anil prove toe
ehant in enil. No one run rhen dispute
yourwclghts. BDUAKEUF IMITATIONS!
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.,
1102 Farn am St., Omaha, Neb.
(Old Mcalca He palrrd.)
B. E. Bmcwstlr,
D. H. ORISWOLD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
GFDRAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
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Prompt attention given to all les.r:ti
natters in Justice, County and list r-i.-t
Courts, and before the United Slates
Fire Insurance written in reliable
ELegal papers carefully drav. n.
llAltlUSUN, - KmtAMiA.
But still on deck
Third building south of livery barn.
First door north of tlie
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
paid to all repair
work, also boot and
L. E. DICKINSIN.
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