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ttAJtt&T&OlST, UEBBASKA, TSITJiSTDA."y, jAlTXGK 19, 1897. 1T0.50.
The Sioux County Journal
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNT.
Vet. 1). Canon,
Entered t th Harrison post olflee k
second class matter.
W. J. BRYAN
WILL BE IN CHADROfi OH
Thursday, Aug'. 26.
Cluulron Is Making (.real I're
iiiru(l(jiis for tlie Occa-tdon-Every
J5ol v in
; Should ir.
OLD OFFICIALS OUT.!
A telegram from Chairman Duhlmnn
who in now in Lincoln positively assures
I to the people of Chadron the privilege
I of ht'iinriir the next president of the
X'rovijbtiii oftlia Sew Art Shw Soue j Tjllltej staU-K.
MatcriM-1 ChuiijjPH--Voter At- j Mr. Hr.van will arrive in Chadron on j
teutlon; Jt'&Hfd to Al- jf, midnight Elkhorn train from thai
tensions. I Black Hills, ami will upend tho entire I
' day of Thursday, August 2Uh in the.
The attorney general i,:1s Kivt'n llis ieitv. " j
opinion that the old election oflicerB j i,,;;li,or,ite preparations am already ho- j
will not liuid over, but that they were i riH(je fort,0 reception and entorUin-j
legislated out of ofllce hy the new not o th distinguished truest and he i
und the county Judges must appoint vyj), lm WBi;0)e(i ln tfll8 western style,
now precinct judges and olerUs who will j Tj)e cjty wij b9 KorRHOUsly decorated,
conduct tho election for the next "ftp- 0ivl it is expected that not less than ten
Th now law provides that the county . tnoufiau( 0pe will be in Chadron on
Judges of the several counties must hhut Jav.
An effort will he made to secure spe-
j rial trains over both the Llkhorn and li.
j & M. to accommodate the people from
I the towns up and down tho line.
least one week Ixifora the next general
election appoint threw judgas and two
clerks of elation in each precinct aad
these are to serve an election oliieers
at all general ami special election to
tie held during the mat year.
'ft act provides that these officers of
ekction shall be "of good character
well informed, who oaci read and write
rind mmoM the Euirlish iHiigiia'e, and
that they shall have resided in the elec
tion precinct for which they are appointed
to serve for at ktsu.t one year next
precediec appointiuwt tnd shall le en
titled to vote therein," The manner of
ejecting ollieers, which is a complete
c&ang-e for tli old system, is as
RI'LKS OF ELKCTION.
"Tr.e county Judge shall appoint us
Judges and Clerks of election at least
How To l'iml Out
Till a liottle or common glass with
urine and let it stand twenty-four hours,
a, sediment or nettling indicates an un
healthy condition of the kidneys. When
urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney
trouble. Too frequent desire to uriunie
or pain in the hack, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys find hlader are out
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Sjwainp Root, the great kidney remedy
fnltils every wish in relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every partof the urinary passages. It
corrects inability to I old urine and scald
intr pain in passing it, or bad effects fol
lowing use of liquor, wine or beer, and
overcomes that unplensuub nocessity of
being compelled to get up many times
during the night to urinate. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Swamp-
Hoot is soon realized. It stands the
highest for its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cases. If you need a
medicine you should have tho best.
Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and
one dollar. You may have a sample
bottle and pamphlet both sent free by
mail. Mention The SlOUX CorKTY
Joi'KXAL and send your address to Dr.
Kilmer & Co. , Binghampton, N. Y. The
proprietors of this paper guarantee the
genuineness of this offer.
Final Proof Notice.
All persons having final proof notices In
this paiM-r will receive n marked opy ol the
piijMr ami are requested Vo examine their
notice ami if any rrrom elist report the
nuine to this ottlee at once.
j fTlM'K BltANIiS.
i THC .lofhsAI. will puhli-h your bnmil, iVej
i the. folluwiiiif, lor per year. .ueh ml j
I liltlouul bruml Tf, ccliH. Lvry farmer or
raufhuieii in Siuax ami ml joining eutinties
snoulU a.lvcrtUr their lirandi ih Tnii.loi'K
hAI. us it eireulatt s all over tiie 8taU-. II i
may he the meaajf saving money for uu.
IlMBUK CILTCKK, KlS!. I'BuOf.
1'OK pi ItLICATION.
Land Olflee, Alliance, N.'b. I
A113;. II. 1)T.
Notice hereby fftven that I'llward Seirer
of Ociiisoi), Iowa, ban (lied notice of in ten.
tion to make llnul proof hifore M. J. Blew
ctt. clerk Iiintlrict Court at his office in Har
rison, Nebr.. 011 the 1st day of September,
Is'jT, on timber culture application No. 13r,5,
7tr the S W 't of section No. IS, la Township
No. :jl N ItHiign ' W.
lie names aj witnesses:
John Corbin. William C. O'Connor, David j
Mlartlett and John II. B vrtell, nil of llarri
sou, Nebr. J. W. Wins Jr,
J 1'. O.,
On left siile of cattle and on left Land OHice.
shuolder of horv.
Halite 011 Antelope creek
Ghilchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
Prompt attenluiti given to nil legai
matters in Justice. Conntv urn I 1'i-tnct,
(Courts, and before the United Slates
Mr. Brynu will not visit any otrw
town in this section a he goes direct to
Lincoln from here.
A number of prominent Lincoln and
Omaha citizens will accompany Chair
man Jas. C. .fisuhlroan to Chadron arriv
ing here in advance of Mr, Bryan.
Elsewhere will he found a call for a
mass meeting to make the necessary ar
rangement. Every one regardless of
political faith, should turn in and help
make the occasion one long to be remem
bered in the west. Chadron Recorder.
CHARLKS 151 EH LK.
On let side or hip of CHttle, )
i,n left shoulder of ho'-acs.
HanKe on the head ol W'arbonnet
Address Humsou, Sioux Co. Neb.
J Fire Insurance written in reliable
' p-35"Leiial uauerg carefully drawn.
Harm-sox. - Nkukakua.
A One Fair Itate.
Notice Fur Publirution.
I.iuid Oflic.e nt. Alliance, ,cb.
aii. Hth, W.17. . j
Notice Ih hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof ln support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore M. J. Blewett, Clerk District Court at
Hiirriuon, Neb., 011 September 26th. Is'jT, viz:
William Baum(?ard of GllchrUt, Neb., who
made If. E- No. 373.'), for the KV4 of N-E'i, of
Section No. M and N'J of N VV14 of Section
V0.W1, Township No. 34S Ilangu 55W.
lie names the following witnesses to prove
hi Continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz; Gerhard Itelnders
of Jlontroso, Neb., Bernard llass, K. M. Knott
and John Thomas, all of Gilchrist, Neb.
J. W. Weh.v JR., Register.
County Collective Exhibits at the
The sum of $3. (WO is nt apart f.ir
County Collective Exhibits. These
ten davx liefore the election three judges i awards will be made on the following
and two iff Vs. nominated for such of
Ices in precinct primaries, and the
cunty Judge shall ele t for each pre
cinct one judge of election from the
arty polling the highest number of
votes at the last general election in the
precinct and one jinke from the party
polling the next highest number of votes
at the last general election aim one 1
Judge from the party polling tha next)
score: l he. ciunty scoring inn mgncsi,
will ho awarded J500. Tho sum of
?2.500 will be prorated in nil other ex
hibits on n ccore of over 800 points out
of a possible ecore of 1000, to tho end
that all exhibitors will receive a por
tion of the $2,500: Provided. No pro-
To All Whom It May Conokrv.
As chairman of the Slate Central com
mittee of the People's Independent party
of Nebraska, I hereby announce that all
railroad companies doing business with
in the state have notified our commit
tee they will only charge one fair for
the round trip from all points in the
state of Nebraska, to the state conven
tions held at Lincoln, September 1. Tick
ets to bo sold August, 31st, and Septem
ber 1st, good to return and including.
All uewspapers friendly will please
copy. J- H. Edmistek,
Chairman State Com. People's Party.
Silas A. Ilolcomh Governor
James K. Harris Lieutenant Governor
W. K. l'orter Secretary of State
John F. Cornell Auditor
J. It. Meserve Treasurer
C. J. Smyth Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe Lund Commissioner
W. R. Jacksou Hupt. Public Instruction
S. W. CAREY.
lOn left shoulder ol cattle
IKaiiKC on Little cotvonwoou.
1'. O., Crawford Nebr.
lam prepared to do all kinds
of wood-u'orl; hone-shoeing
SATISFACTION G UARANTEEI).
My shop is two doors north of The Ranch
Supply House. Give me a chance to live.
JOHN. L. STRATTON.
But still on deck
to do wagon work
Third building south of livery barn.
CONG RK.HSION A L I) E LKGAT10N :
John M. Thurston IT. S. Senator, Omaha
Win. V. Allen V. K. Senator, Madison
J. U. Ptrode, Congressman Ut IMst., Lincoln
First door north of the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
paid to all repair
work, also boot and
rating nnuntv shall bo awarded more
than the capital prize of $500.
SCALE OK roiNlVl.
,i.ru. iiiitnlur of votes at the last ire tier- C"rn ... 1 l'0
al election. In case there is one or more j Vhat 1
jiartiestobe represented on the ticket 1 5(vl'.(,v ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' '' ' ' ' jaoj
lie shall appoint a clerk of election fi'""i ' Rvc. '. Wj
. ..,.v, ,.t tl,u ,,iriis rn.t ri,resentiKi on i ( t hue vnrict ics of rrai n 100 i
'" u' ' ' i v-. ..,1
.1,.. V,..:.rd r.i, ny t iu hitrwtt I " v" '
number of votes, and provided, where
there are only two parties with tickets
on the official ballot, then the party poll
ing the highest vote shall have two
fudge and one clerk and the other party
onejudgo and one clerk; and in case of
three parties on the ollicial ballot he
nhall appoint a clerk from each of the
forties receiving the highebt number of
votes, and such judges and clerks shall
constitute a board f election."
DfJTY OF 1'RIUARIKK.
The duty of the precinct primaries
of selection is left to the county Judge,
without restriction. The old plan of
liaviog electors present at the polls name
officers to fill vacancies is still operative
where none of the regularly npwinted
.r.llicMrs show up at the time for opening
the polls. In case there is some of the
regular board present tho vacant place
rnust be filled by the members of the
name political party as the abwtiteo- In
this case the qualified electors of that
)arty who are present can nominate a
candidate for the vacancy stud present
the name to the board for ratification.
Owing to the fact that many of the
precinct primaries will be held before
the copies of the session laws are gen
rally dif.tributed the chairman of the
liopnlist and democratic state central
tomrrvttees are calling the attention of
thevotersto tlw importance that it be
complied with in the Belection of tho
names to be certified to the county Judge
tiy the precinct primary officers.
and other forage
plan's not, here enumerated lnti
Tamo rn-assca. including Millet. . . . 100
I'olatocs 100 j
Cabbage and Beets Jf,0!
Squashes. Melons and Pumpkins.. . 100
Grain in tho sheaf 100 j
Miscellaneous, including varieties
of soil and other farm products j
not, enumerated in thlssehrdule. . 100
Tatc in d!plav and arrangement
of exhibit... 100
Greateht number of varittics 100 j
Total number of point liiOO'
Exhibitors in this class will observe
particularly this scoring, as awards aro
made strictly by it. To illustrate: The
omrntshion of any ono item enumara'.ed
will count 100 points off.
Individuals contributing to make up;
a county exhibit can use their contri
butions to enter in any other class or
lot whoro they properly belong, in coin- j
petition for minor premiums. All ex
hibits must be grown in tho county j
competing, and bu the growth of 1807. j
I forts and
d augers of I
u:.l. A 4
be almost en-
ers. It gives
italorgaus.aiid Tint.4 lliem in
condition to do their work
perfectly. That makes preg
nancy less painful, shortens
laoor and hastens recovery after
child-birth. It helps a woman
bear btrong healthy children.
Mont roue nijipinCN
Henry and Andrew Waserburger are
(Hitting up hay on the divide.
M. J. Oayhart has lost five head of cat
tle by gry wolves.
The Misses Marking are home from
Crawford visiting their parents.
IL (Jeodde has sold his two year old
fctners, a lot of Hit head to i, T, Jackson,
An enjoyable time was had al the par
ty of Henry Waserburgr's Monday.
John lUnry is now at hi new homo
near Ardinore, putting up hay.
As the Ardmore hoy failed to tiotiie to
Montrose last Hunday, Montrose and Five
Points played by taking some out-siders
to fill out
Jake lUnry Jr. ha tu:vle a trip to
JBdfjemont to visit liis brother-! u-Iaw W.
TheF. E. & M. V. II. H. has an
nounced another snecial excursion from
points on S. C. k P. and K. K. & M. V.
Hail roads in Iowa and Nebraska, to
Hot Springs. South Dakota, that , pop
ular resort which can bo so quickly
reached by that read.
Friday, AuguHt 2()tli,
is the date.
is tho limit.
1 Fare for KoundTrip
i the rate.
An enjoyable time for tho having
grxid health but needing rest, and a
profitable trip for those in search of
health, is tho Rkwako.
Your friend who wero fortunate
enough to ho in the Black Hills during
tho time trial you vvoro sweltering 111
tho heat will, if you eonfur with them,
explain tho contrast and nrgo you to go.
The CLIMATE SCKNERY.
arn all excolletit, and unliko most re
sorts prices reasonable.
Call on your agont of tha North
western Lino and got rates of fare,
pamphlets, timo cards and further in
formation. J. K. BUCHANAN,
GenT IWenger Agt..
lias also brought happiness to
thousands of homes Darren for
years. A few doses often brings
joy lo loving hearts that long
for a darling baby. No woman
should neglect to try it for this
trouble. It cures nine cases out
of ten. Alt druggists sell Wine
of Cardui. $1. 00 per bottle.
For itMca In cues requiring spcl!
directions, uddress, flying symptoms,
tha " Ladles' Artvlscry D'psrtment."
Tho Chstlanooe Medicine Co., ChatU
Hn. 100ISA HAIE,
or JcfTcnon, Ci., fsy:
"Whn ! first took Win of Urdul
we had bean married tfaraa years, but
eould nol have any children. Nine
months later I had a tine girl baby."
D. II. Mercer, " Id " Omaha
Samuel Maxwell, " 3rd " Fremont
W. L. Stark, " 4th " Aurora
t. J). Sutherland, " Sth " Nelson
1 i;reeu, " 6th " Kearney
a; SI. Tost Chief Justice, Columbus
T. O.C. Harrison As'te Judge, Grand Island
T. L. Norval ..Assoc! a to Judge, Seward
1). A. Campbell. -Clerk and Reporter, Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
M. P. Kinkaid Judge, O'Neill
W. II. Westover " Rushville
M. J. Itlewett Clerk, Harrison
Robert Wilson County Judge
M. J. lilewett Clerk
Cluis. Iliohlo Treasurer
W. II. Davis f-upt. Public Instruction
P. Bartlett Sheriff
E. X'hinncy Coroner
13. F, Thomas Surveyor
JI. J. rtlowett Clerk of District Court
Grant Guthria... County Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
Frank Tinkham IstDislrlct
M. J. Weher(Chairman) 2d "
James F. Young 3d "
. GOVERNMENT POSITIONS.
r If you wish one 01 ik iau,"w
vice, this Bureau can advise you
how lo proceed to secure it, and fit
you for passing the required Civil
Service examination therefor.
Energy, tact and a common school
education are all the requirements
13 t,. ,h wt facilities oossible for ob-
. Li"'".. riihts in this and foreign
ful in securing broad patents and in tne prosccuu
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 m two years,
without materially interfering with your other du
nr i-Mmrtnrs are the ablest, our system
thorough, and otw charges reasonable. Three cours
es are taught: University, Business and Special.
Send for particulars, terms, etc.
NATIONAL INFORMATION BUREAU.
MX) New York Ave., Washington, D. C
L, E. DICKINSIN.
am anon as
fur li-i usuncy; tU''y can't u
llaiCt Imr. ualeAfl VUU UBt, llic ui-i. n
ebean KcKlo Is the mimt. rpi;nilve lnvetment
you eaa make; tt la uurellaWf. and mcanii that
a mmlnei, lt Improvro 9 .4IBBAaaa
. ... . , . ..... i . nmvl IhM
To bay HCAI.E, Kiiarnntced '
k..p.t In .. Vo n j ran t W""
Otto Mutz. .Senator, Dlsl. No. 14, Spvlngvlew
A. B. Sheldon Dist. No. S3, Chadron
T,. Rohwer (chairman) Trustoe
J. W. Scot t "
I). II. Griswcxl "
W. U. Mnxsteller "
'. D. Hamlin "
W. H. Davis Clerk
Lewis Gerlach Treasurer
Order of Hearing on Petition for Appoint
ment ol" Admistrator er Admlnls-
State of Nebraska,
At a County Court, held at the County
Court fioom, In and for said County, August
ml, A, l. 1W7.
Present, Rohkrt Wilson, County Judge.
JN TMK MATTKB OP THE KSTATK OV JOHN H.
On reading and filing tlio pctltltlon oi
ANNIE HHOWN, lirayliig that Admlnlstrs.
Hon of said Entate may be gran led her u
OftnriiKli, 'flint September 6th, A, D. ltW7.
at 1 o'clock p. ni,, In unsigned for hearing
wild petition, when all persons -Interested
In said mutter may appear at a County
Court to be held In and for said County, and
show ciuiMii why the prayer of petitioner
should not bri granted; and that notice of
the pendency of said petition and the bear
ing thereof, be given to all liersons Interest
ed in wild matter by publishing a eopy of
tlila order in Tiir Hioox Coi-'NTr JoiiRKAtu
weekly newspaper printed in nluT County,
for four auercissivo works, prior to said Uav
, . County Judge.
J. W. Scott Director
B. L. Srnuch MrKlorator
Iwis Lerlach Treasurer
ff'r ' . TERMS OF COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, commences
tSprlng term April lsth, jury Hth,
Fitll " October 25, jury 20th.
i v - . .
fOoantv Court, At Harrison, commencoa
I nrst Monday of each month.
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
Methodist Sunday School meets every Sun
day morning at 10:00
J. F MAItSTELLKH, W. H. DAVIS,
JERRY RUSK POST, No. 34", i. A. R.
Meets second Monday ln each month ln
tho court honne at Harrison.
K. E, I.lvcrmore, Com
WOODMEN OF TIIE WORLD.
Harrison Cunin, No. W, meets on each al
tomato Wednesday evening.
W.H.Davis, J. A. Hanson,
Clerk. Con. Com.
MODERN WOODMEN OY AMERICA.
Meets esch alternate Siitnrdny evening
at s o'clock.
J. W. Smith. Clerk.
A. R. Dbw, V. C,
Regular business meeting first Tuesday
evening In each month.
C. L. MARRTEM.KR,
W. II. Davis, President.
Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
lit fi; l5. D, J. CLARK, Leader.
JleuU eucli Sunday Afternoon at 2::!".
Mrs. I). II, Cjnisv,,nt.i),Siint,
which will laot you
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.,
1102 Farnam St.. Omaha, Neb.
(Ota Brale Krpalred.)
THEN COME TO THE
They handle every thing usualy handled in a gen
eral department country store.
SUCH AS DRY GOODS and GROCERIE, BOOTS and
SHOES, HARD and TINWARE; also FLOUR, FEED and
GRAIN, KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY GOING TO MARSTELLER BROS.
D. H. ORISWOLD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Businecs.
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Olmdron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
HTDRAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF BCROPB. .
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