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HABRISOIT, JSTEBA-SK A, TBTTJSJDAIT, A.XJQ- 26, " 1897. r0.51.
The Sioux County Journal.
E8TABUHUED 18HJI. '
SuWriptuta Pru-c, fl.00
official pafer or aioux couarrr.
tfeo. D. Canosu - - . Editor.
Kntoiwl at the Harrison pol office an
soeond class matter.
Tfcere are 150 free silver pnprs in the
etate of Nabraska. .
The Kloodyke country is atifl receiv
ing SoU of advertising iu the metropoli
tan daily paper.
The middle-of-the-road populists in i
OIho have ut up a seperat ticket in
order to help Senator Hanna back into
tho National senate.
Henator Teller warn all free silver
republican from formtrg any alliances
with the McKtnleyites in the fall cam-
Ex. Governor Flower of New York city
ay trusts and combines aro a blessing
to humanity. He is one of those gold j
democrats, who tielped make it possible
"tor McKiiilev's election last fall, j
The laboring oW of the United States j
tmve about gotten to the end of their rope
In the coal mining Mate they have been
?n joined from traveling the highways or
tfoinK onto the froferty of co.il comp
anies, even two' together.
President McKinley's bi-metallic com
mission Kent to Europe last spriog, will
mood be itent home with the understand
ing that Fngland is not in favor of bi
metal limn and that she is able to attend
to her own monetary affair. Ex-Vis
Vresirlent Steven-wn, Senator Wolcott
and Pain, will doubtless come home
much wiser than when they went away.
YT. .T. BUVAN WI LI STUMP
OHIO THIS FALL.
COLUMBUS. O., Aug. 16. It t now
definitely settled that William Jennings
Hrynct will make a scries of speeches
in behalf of the Ohio Democratic state
and legislative ticket. The news comes
1 rmi SprjngfteU that Mr. Bryan has been
induced to pek for silver at the
camp meeting to be held in that city a
few weeks hence.. Mr. Bryan will make
a nuniber nf speevlms in Ohio.
Senator Jones, of Nevada, and Jones,
of Arkansas ex -congressman If. F. Bar-
tine, Charles a, lowne, national ciian-
man of the lU-publichn stiver forces.
John R. Soverignand other labor leaders
have also accepted invitations and will
etump the state for Chapman.
The Democrat lelieve that a victory
for silver in Ohio this year wnuld be of
great significance and would be con-
etrued by the nations as a rebuke on the
part of the people of this administration.
As Alien p. Myers stated in the letter
which he sent out to the country editors
asking them to accept his campaign lit
erature, the campaign on the part of
tlu Democrats is to be conducted on the
still hunt plan until tlie speech ma king
campaign is opened, about the middle of
September ami then an aggressive canj
patgu is to be made. Denver News.
ONE WAY TO TAME RATS.''
Half Urewa Them an4 Tbea Hunt Tfeesa
flack to Ute
Five large gray rat are the peculiar
pet of a man in this city, says the Phil
adelphia lYeas. The rodents evince
great affection for him. following him
about the house like dogs, run up his
aleevc and come out at the breast,
nestle around the rim ot nis aat ana
perform a variety of tricks such as leap
ing through a wire hoop and drawing
a coach, four of them acting as horses
and one a driver.
Asked bow he had tamed the rats tbe
"It ia very easy when you know
how." .. .. . i
. "Well, what is the how?"
"Simply. I trap a rat In a rage and
then examine him carefully to ace if he
It yonng and not too virions. Having
selected a proper specimen I take him
to the yard and drop htm In a barrel
half filled with water. If he trie to
clamber up the sidos I throw him back
and keep him in the water nntll he la
completely exhausted. When he is just
about to go under I take him out, pour
a little brandy down his throat with a
' ayringc and take him to the stove,
where I wrap him in a piece of blanket,
coddle him and nurse him bock to life.
Ho grateful is he that he remains my
slave forever after, , fawns on me and
becomes quite a pet."
II Knew Tbem.
' A 8arannah drummer says a drum
mer who had had a great .many deal
laffl with the Macon lawyer went out
recently to Rosehill cemetery and
amused himself reading the Inscrip
tiona on the tombstone. He finally
came aero one that read,: "Ilercllca a
lawyer and art honest man." Tnmi-r
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Fill a bottle or common glass with
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a sediment or settliog indicates an un
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trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate
or pain in the back, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys and blader are out
What To Do.
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often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
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every partof the urinary passages. It
corrects inability to hold urine and scald
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A One Fair Kate.
To Au, Whom It Mat Coiccnw '
As chairman of the State 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 ef Nebraska, to the state conven
tions held at Lincoln, September 1. Tick
ets to be sold August Slst, and Septem
ber 1st, good to return and iocluding
All newspapers friendly will please
copy. J. H. EDMIBTEt,
Chairman State Com. People's Party.
Notice to Nen-rcldent, Drfendent.
In the District Court of Solux County,
Wilbur V. Bennett, plaintiff,
Ferry YurrlnRton, defendan
To Perry Tarrlugton, noo-renldent edfan
dant. Von are hereby notiaed that on the
23rd day of Aogost, TB07, the plalntlA herein
filed hl petition In tbe above entitled canoe
in the Dintrlal Court of Sioux County, F
bmka, against you, the above num4 de
fendant, the object and prayer of whleB '
to Ml aside a warranty deed executed by
the pliiintiff ia the above entitled canse, to
yon, tbe defendant herein, to Lot Number
twe (2), and &-wyt of H-EK of Section one
(1), Townnhip twenty- six (26), Range Bfly
three (S3) west 6th P. Bf.; Moox County, Se
branka, on the ground of f rand and misrep
resentation made by you in making ex
change of a certain interest In a certain
patent to manufacture bydrogen goa, cover
ing State of Iowa, for said above described
tand. You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before the 4th day of October,
Dated at Harrison, Sioux County, Means.
ka, this 24th day of August, 1887.
WlLDIK V. BBNNETf,
Order of Hearing on Petition for Appolat-
meut of Admlstrator or Adadsis-'
Stete of Nebraska,
hlonx Couuty. i
At a County Court, held at the Coantv
Court Boom, to and for said County, Aegnst
2nd, A. 1). I7v
Present, Bobiit Wilsom, County Judge.
In thb Marrca or ma bstats of JOHN H
On reading and filing the petititton of
ANNIE BROWN, praying that Administra
tion of said Estate mar be granted her as
OabsaxD, That September 8th, A. P. ttn,
at 1 o'clock p. as., la assigned forbearing
said petition, when all persona Interested
in auid matter may appear at a County
Court to be held in and for said County, and
show cause why tbe prayer of petitioner
should not be granted; and that notice of
the pendency of aald petition and tbe bear'
ing thereof, be given to all persens interest
ed in said matter by publishing a atef of
this order in Tag filocx COCirTT Joobhal a
weekly newspaper printed in aald jTJoeaty,
for four successive waeks, prior to esid dav
of bearing. .
71 nil Proof Hotieea.
All persons having "il proof noUees in
this baoer will receive a marked eenv of the
paper and are requested to examine their
notice and if any errors exist report tbe
same w wis omee rain.
Tim mb Cultobb, riHAt, PaoorNoTicB
I). 9. tand Onlce, Alliance, Neb.i
Aug. II, laVf.
Notice ia hereby given that fedward Selrer
of Denlaon, Iowa, baa filed notice of inten
tion to make final proof before kf. Blew
ett, clerk DUtlrlct Court at his offloe In Har
rison, Nebr.. on the 1st t day of September,
1S97, on Umber culture application No. 1355,
for the s-W 4 of section Mo. 15, ta Township
No. II N Range 54 W.
He names as witnesses :
,'nl C? -fntU. SM
j , : ,
Sotire For Publication.
Land Office at Alliance, Xeb. (
Aug-. 14th, 117. . j
Notice Is hereby given that the following
wined settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of bis
elaiin, and that aald proof will be made be
fore M. J. Blewett, Cterk Diitrict Court at
Harriaou. Jleb., on September 25th. 18!i7, viz:
William Baumgard of Gilchrist, Keb., who
made H. E. No. 3736. for the E4 of S E!;, of
Section No. 84 and &', of N-W of Section
'o.S.r., Township No. MS Range fi5W.
He names tbe following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz : tiaruard Reindera
Of Montrose, Neb., Bernard Haas, f. M. kuott
and John Thomas, ail of Gllcbiiat, Neb.
J. W. Wehk Ja., Register.
Notice For Publication.
Land Office at Alliance, Neb. (
Aug. , 1S97. i
Notice Is hereby given that tbe following
named settler has filed notice ot his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore M. J. Blewett, Clerk District Court at
Harrison, Neb., on October 2nd. 1M7, viz:
James McC'ann of Harrison, Neb., who made
H. E. No. 3.M4, for the Lots No. 1 and 2 and
G'i of N-W' of Section No. 18, Township No.
33N Kange No. 55 W.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of said lauds, viz:
F. W. Knolt and Eugene Wohlbeter of
trilcbrist, Neb., and Josept) C. Parsons of
Harrison, Neb., and Joseph H. Montgomery
of Bodarc, Nb- J. W. WKhm, Ja.,
Silas A. Holeomb .' Governor
James E. Harris Lieutenant Governoi
W. F. Porter ...Secretary of State
John F. Cornell . Auditor
B. Meserve.. ..Treasurer
C. J. Smyth... Attorney Geueral
J. V. Wolfe . ..Land Coinniissionet
W. R. Jackson Snpt. Public Instruction
John M. Thurston V. 8. Senator, Omaha
Win. V. Allen U. S. Senator, Madison
J. B. Strode, Congressman 1st Dist., Lincoln
D.H.Mercer, 2d " Omaha
Samuel Maxwell, " 3rd " Fremont
W. L. Sturk, " 4th " Aurora
R. I). Sntberland, 6th Nelson
W. L. Green, " 6th " Kearney
A. M. Post Chief Justice, Columbus
T. O. C. Harrison ..As'te Judge, Grand Island
T. L. Norval ...Associate Judge, Seward
I). A. Cauipbell..Clerk and Reporter, Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
II. P. Kinkaid Judge, O'Neill
W. II. Westover Hushvillt
M. J. Riawstl...... Clerk, Harrison
-f COCHTT OFFICERS:
Robert Wilson. . ..County Judge
M. J. Blewett Clerk
Chas. Biehle Treasurer
W. H. Davis Kupt. Public Instruction
D. Bartlett -Sheriff
J. E. Phinney Coroner
B. F. Thomas Surveyor
M. J. Blewett ..Clerk of District Court
Grant Guthrie... County Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
Frank Tinkham IstDisirict
M. J. Weber (Chairman) 2d "
James F. Young 3d
Otto Mutz-.Benetor, Diat. No. 14, Springvlew
A. E. Sheldon...., Diat. No. 53. Chadron
E. Rohwer (chairman) . Trustee
j. w. acott .
D. H. Griswod ; "
W. B. Marsteller "
N. D. Hamlin
W, H. Davie Clerk
Lewis Gerlacb Treasurer
SCHOOL OFFICERS: '
J. W. Scott... Director
B. L. Bmuck Moderator
Lewis Lerlach : Treasurer
TERMS OF COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, commences
Spring term April 13th, Jury 14th,
Fall " October , Jury 2Mb.
County Court, At Harrison, commences
first Monday of each month.
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
Methodist Sunday School meet every Sun
day morning at 10:00
J. E. Mabstbllbb, W. II. Davis,
JERRY RUSK POST, No. S45, G. A. R.
Meets second Monday in each month in
the court house at Harrison.
E. K. Llvermore, Com.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Harrison Camp, No. 55, meets on each al
ternate Wednesday evening.
W.H.Davis, ' J.A.Hahson,
Clerk. Con. Com.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Meets each alternate Satnrday evening
at 8 o'clock. A. R. Dew, V. C.
J. W, Smith, Clerk.
Regular business meeting first Tuesday
evening tn each month.
0. L. Mabstelleb,
W. II. Davis, President,
Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
at :. r. J.Ci.ash, Lender,
THB.IODKXit will publish yourbran-l, ike
the following, for tl Km, per year. Each ad
ditional brand 75 cents. Every farmer or
rauchmcn iu Sioux and adjoining counties
should advertise their brands iu Tat Joca-
alss it cirealates all over the state. It
may be the means or saving money for you.
FRANK NCTTO. -
On left side of cattle and ou left
shuolder of horses. ,
Range on Antelope oreek
P. O., Gbilchrlst, Sioux Co., Neb.
On let side or hip of cattle, j
On left shonlder of horses, s
I Range on the head ol Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
I On left shoulder of cattle
uinn 1 .It tie Cottonwood.
Jam, prepared to do all kindv
of wood-work, horsestoe mm
Mv shop is two doors north of The Ranch
Supply Rouse. Give me a chance to live.
JOHN. L. STRATTON.
fc COVERNMENT POSITIONS.
T H roe wiih one of tbe 150,000
rnm potitions ta the government ser
vice, this Bureau can advise yon
hew to proceed to secure it, ana fit
von for passing the required Civil
Service examination therefor.
Energy, tact and a commoa school
education are all tbe requirements
t:- a a... eW W fsWliliVsi ftftceJhl for ob
A eMYwriirhll tffl this SfUl f Off C Iff II
countries. The chief of this dept has bad 20 years
espsneace as tmei saiiDcr, vwniu, .
Pateats,aad Patent Attorney, and is very suceess
ful in securing broad patents sad in the Drosccatioa
of all palest Ikigation before the coero.
SCHOOL OF LAW.
This Bureau can ft you for adesiialoa to the Bar
aod prepare you for active practice ia two years,
witaeut materially interfering with your other du
ties. Oar instructors are the ablest, our system
thorough, and our charges reasonable. Three cours
es are uuht: University, Business and Special.
Scad for particulars, terms, etc
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Kcilpte sua Falrbtnks Win
mll'.s Towere. Tanks. lrrlg
lion Outnta, flow. Uclliug.
Grimier, KhelliT,Woo) (ivt,
Urlvs I'uinu. i'lpe. 1'ltnoen.
Brsu tx.d and falrbnebs
MtaaSare S)eale. prices
lo-. (let the oMt. fiend (or
OF ALL KINDS.
FAIRBANKS. MORtE ft CO.
1102 Farnam St Omaha. Neb.
They handle every thing
SUCH AS DRY GOODS and GROCERIE, BOOTS and
SHOES, HARD and TINWARE; also FLOUR, FEFD and
GRAIN, KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
- (ESTABLISHED 1888.1
B. X. BuvfHl'aS,
D. H. ORBWOLD, Oaahier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
CORRlSPONDENTSi ' i
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
Tntopt Paid on Time Dopooita
Prompt attention given to nil Icfr-nl
matters in Justice. County and DiMru t '
Courts, aud befoi-e the Uoitetl Stales
Fire Insurance written in rliMe
tLegal papers carefully drawn.
Harrison.' - Njleua.ska.
But still on deck
to do wagon work
Third building south of livery barn.
First door north of tbe
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
paid to all repair
work, also boot and
L. E. DICKINSIN.
THEN COME TO THE
usualy handled in a gen
GOING TO MARSTELLER BROS.
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