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HTLRISOJST, JEBIRASIKA; TjHITTIRSIDA.'g', SEPT. 16, 1897.
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E. Johnson, (Moopath
eat;itientrt at linrri
on Tuesday', Tlnirs
and Saturday; at Clind
'iFfday's and Friday of
Sioux County Journal.
ESTABLISH KD 1883.
Subscription Price, fl.00
OTFICIAL PAPER OF 6I0UX COUNTY.
Mitrert at th HirrlBon poet office n
j nd clan matter.
l iisloti State Ticket.
.r Jiidgi- of the Supreme Court,
J. J. SULLIVAN, Columbus.
'or KesfMiU of the State UniTersitT,
GEO. F. KENOWER, Wisner.
E. V. FARRELL. Kearney,
The republican papers throughout the
;t;iU are trying in .very way possible to
oke it appear that the reform forces
ns not united on the Btate ticket But
'von you read the reform papers printtd
. ! over tlw state it is right the reverse.
A hat seems to be hurting them niowt
, because there i't discention amont,'
hem or that they can't stir up some kind
f btrife. The credit of the state has
ecn redeemed and a lot of highway rob-
ers apprehended and brought to justice
ml tlie (I. 0. P. will frfanu no sliow thit
Tim Chicago Record has, within the
la-it six months eHjxmsed tlie cause of
Jio Postal Havings Hanking system,
A'hkh the Record thinks the federal gov
'riuudiit ought to estahlisli throughout
the leugth ami breadth of our country,
which is just tlie thing needed. But
Ihe strangest tiling is that the Record,
It tielng a strong jrotd bug and trut up
jmrting par that it sttould be advoca
ting pojHicntlic doctrine. Why not
advocate the income tax law and other
reforms more nedful than the Postal
.SavmKH Bank, ami thereby become a
The rtie it killing of thirty or forty
of the striking miners at or near Haze
It ,n Peun. is a paralell case to the crime
miactet at Homestead Penn., five years
tigoand, if jiossible more agravated be
4 ,ius in t!iO last instance the miners
were peaceable and doing no one any
j-ersoual injury. If reports as given
l.y the metropolitan papers are true,
,fie shooting down of a lot of unarmed,
.dfen:elew miners by tlie sheriff of
llazelton was nothing mora or less than
assassination. What can be said in de-
of such a cowardly act. ' 'ertain-
tl.e e can be nothing said condonin
The repubheau party are making
lAiceoutof tho civil service ' reform"
as they call it. It is right too, as noilh
er of the two old parties have any une for
5' vil service except to ingratiate them
twlves if possible with their respective
parties, and soon as the other party is
successful at the polls, about the first
thing they do after getting hold of the
reigns of government is to begin at once
und fire all those they dare from olfice
nnd replace them with their own party
candidates; and after haing provided for
all their friends, they suddenly become
the staunchest advocates of civil service
reform. The old motto to the victor be
longs the spoils, in our opinion is the only
-correct solution of the matter.
Tlte western "bronco" Is destined in
ythe near future to become a great factor
,itt the export trade. France, England
and Russia are badly in need of cavalry
liorses and especially, horses that can be
relied on for endurance. According to
.si test which has been made within the
(last thirty or forty day a by the Bureau
t Animal Industry, at Washington,
.the western "bronco" passes all expec
tations In regard to iU enduring quali
fies. Two of the horses were caught
aid near Sheridan, Wyo., which had
.,vr ien broke to ride: they were sad-
'lled up and two boys, named "Kit" and
"Jtni" Gabril as riders started on a jour
ney of 2,!i00 miles to Chicago, making
i... trio in fl'j davs or. an average of 45
in ilea for ea( h dav traveled. The horses
wore feil no grrun but subsisted only on
wlwtthey could pick along the routo
when they were not traveling. If true,
na reiiorteil bv tlie Bureau of Animal
Industry at WBshinuton, I). C, tho
north-west will be able to furnish mil
lions of dollars worth of horses for tho
Mxrtort trade. The old countries lave
no other country to look to for that
(i p i of horse ecept the Uoitud States.
Notice 1 Lta-iii' of School LantL In Sinui
I mint' Nebraska.
Th" following described school hinds in
SiuiiJt County will li! utTered fur lease at
public auction Ht riie I rout door of the
ouuly Ciiurt notion on Oetols-r 14th, 1st,",
bi-iriiiine nt :() o'iock p. m. ttitit continuing
uinll all ot .aid lands have been ottered.
I ,lhe bur requires all lenses to draw, as an
nual rental, si per cent ol the h )ru i-i
; v.lueot tli1 land Jeacd. jf more than one
l-i r-on i.i.piii lor any tract, tlie same will
i Id to i!w (ji.o ottering t Jjc niHiiUat
uuiwui t ui tionns.
i .n: '! ol theses land nre vacant by
j vt't in ct ii.i order of the Board of Educa
1 lion;, I f.,ii:d- him! fund, making caucclla
't on, entered Augtit lltli, 111)7, mid Mime
: in.iv lie redeemed, if delinquencies and costs
are puld before the land in ieaseiL
aii i .- .-i i All i-2r,-!a
All ii; 'i-r,3 i
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w M 12-27 53 I Ir.-rr ;,3
K'i 17-27 -W n J '2a-v7 ."a
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All HB-21-ft3 I All It-'.'S-M
All , 3t.-S.VI n'-PlfcMW'H IB 30-UJ
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All l-32-.'.1 :
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K'.Ae'in-w'.Aei'.s w' .:a--J7 "h
J . v . v 01.1 fe.,
Com. 1'. L. & It.
A (iraiid rtpportunltr.
There are today thousand of vnung
people on the farms aid in the villages
who are tied down by luck of education
to work they heartily dislike. Are you
one or them my lriemt; ir so, trie
Grand Island Business & Normal Coll
age can put you on the road to success
if vou are ambitious and willing to
study. It makes no differ nee how
backward you are provided you are
plucky and mean business. We teach
everything necessray for a successful
start in 'life. If you are short of money
we will accept a good note without in
terest for tuition or if necessary we will
furnish everything tuition, board, and
boks and give you time to graduate and
prtv for sanv; Afterwards. Business,
Normal and Shorthand courses. Board
il..riO per week. Established 12 years.
College Record sent free or catalogue
for 6 amis in stamps. This is your
chance of a life time. Will you let it
slip by? Adress,
A. M. Haruis, President,
Grand Island. Nebr.
vals with paiue
in the head,
hips and limbs.
But they need
These pains are symptoms of
dangerous deravgements that
can be corrected. The men
strual function should operate
make menstruation painless,
and regular. It puts the deli
cate menstrual organs in condi
tion a Ho tbeir work properly. ,
And that stops all this palu
Why will any woman suffer
month after month when Wine
of Cardui will relieve her? It
costs ft. co at the drug store.
Why don't you get a bottle
For advice, in cases requiring
special directions, address, giv
ing symptoms, "The Ladies'
Advisory Department," The
Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Chattanooga, Ten n.
Mrs. ROZIIU IEWI,' .
I OtnullU. Toil, ssytl
" I est lrtul si atoathlj Mentis
ttlrh ttrrlWs stlatlH stf haaS and back,
ai hat keen slirtli rsileuM kf Wise
1'iual Proof Sotice.
All persona having final proof notices
thin pA r will receive r marked copy ot
paier and are requested to examine th"r
notkn and li any erron t iist report tli
naiuo to tlii h ollic tt at 'once. j
TiMBkii fi'LTUHE, Final Vwmiv.Sotk
L . S. Laud Office, Alliance, Nrh. '
Aug, II, 117. t '
'otii-c is hereby given tli.it Kdward Soln
of Jx-nlHon, loa, ha filed notice of in t
tlon to iiiakc fintil proof ljeloro M.' J. lll'-j-
ctt, clerk Dlxtlrlct Court at his office In Ij.r
rieifm, Ncbr.. on tin; lnt day of hcptiml.r,
IW)7, on timlier culture application H. i."5,
for the H Vi of miction So. 15, lu Township
He iiunii'H an wltnenses: '
Johu t.'-orbiu, William C. O'Conncr, l)av4
liartlelt and John JI. Kurtell, all of Harrl-
J. W.WtHS Jr,
Notice For Publication.
I.und Ofllce at Alliance, Xeb
Aug. Mill, lrta7.
Notice In hereby giveu tlmt the followirg
named settler lnw flied notice of his Intt.
tlon to make llnal profrf in support of !iU
claim, and tlmt said proof will Is; made be
fore M. J. Ulewett, Clerk District (;ourt at
Ilarrinon, Neb., on September irtli, vl
William Jiuiimifard of Gilchrist, Neb., wlio
niiwlo II. E. No. H7.'i6, for the E"i of Ji-EH, of
Section No. 34 and N14 of N-W'i of Section
V a Tow n h h i j i N o . in N Knnfre 5iW. i ,
He names the followluK witrn-nw to profl
hi continuoiM rexl(ince upon and cultiva
tion of, said land, viz: (lerhard Keinder!,
of Motitrone., Neb., licrnard llaaw, K.W. Ivuolt
and Johu Thomn, all of i.iilehrixt, Neb. ,
J. W, Wehn JH.. Keiciater.
Notice Vor I'nhllcaHuii.
Land Oillee 'it Alliance, Neb. j
Aug. 20, wn.
Notice is hereby piven that tho folinwlru
named settler lixs filed notice ot hi" inten
tion 10 inaki. final proof in hu pport of hJti
claim, and that said proof will be made ue
fore w. J. Ulewett, Clerk District Court i t
Harrlnon, Nh., on October rwl, lS'iT, vii:
.Ihiiich McCann of Harrison, Neb., w ho mud
II. E. No. 3.M4, tor the IJts No. 1 and 2 and
EH of N-WVt of section No. 18, Township No.
J.3I4 lianRc No. .V.W.
He names tho following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion of fluid hinda, viz:
f'. W. Knott and Eugene, Wohlhctcr of
(illcbrist, Neb., and Joseph C. Parsons ' of
Hnrrifon, Neb., and Joseph 11. Montgomery
of Hodarc, Neb. J. W. WEh.v, Jk.,
Notice to Non-resident, Iefeiuleiit.
In the District Court of Soinx County,
Wilbur V. ltennctt, plaintiff, 1
Perry Yarrington, defendant )
To Perry Yarringtou, non resident edfen
dant. You are hereby notified that on the
23rd dav of August, 1hU7, the plaintiff herein
filed his pet'tlon in the above entitled cutis.,
in the District Court of Sioux County, e
h rusk 11. niralrist vou. fhe above named i-
fenibmt, the object ami prayer of w hlet: U
to set aside ft warranty deed executed ti ¬
the plaintiff in the above entitled cause, ..
you, the defendant, herein, to Uit Numb.
tw C2), and S-W14 of N VM of Section 11
1 1 1. Towrhip twenty- fix (2fi), ita-i.ge fifty
three (!W west, fit.lt 1. M., Sioux County, Ne
braska, on the (rround of frund and misrep
resentation made by vou in making nr.
rhaniin of a certain in 'crest in a cert.ii i
patent to ninjinfacture tivdroRcn pas, cover
Itiir State of Iowa, for said wbovo desiribcd
bind. You are required to answer said peti
tion on or before tlie 4th day ot October,
Duted at narrlson, slonx County, NebT".-
Va. this 24th day of Anruf , 10.
IS THE COUNTY OOI RT OF SIOUX COUXTT,
In the Matter of the Administration
Eatiite of Henry Itelster, Ueccased
OltOKH KOR IIF.AlilNO OK FIAb ACCOMT
Now, on the "111 day of September 17,
came George II. Turner, the administrator
of the estate of Henry Deister, deeeniod
ami prays for leave to lender an account im
such administrator. It is therefore ordered
fiat th" 4Lli day of October, IHii7, at 1 o'clock
p m .atmvotsiee In the Village of llurri
son. in said county, lie llsod as the time and
place for exiiminimf and allowing siiM uc
eonnt. And tlm said heirs ol said dneemed
iiil all ocrsons Interested in said estate
nr reuuirwt TO apis.ar at uiu
i.inen ai tesli;nnted. and show
caiixe if such
exists, why said account Should not be til-
'"iVls further ordered that said C.corirt II.
Turner, administrator, t?ive notice Ui all
persons Interested in said estate by caiifling
a copv of this order te be published in TUB
Siocx'CocnTV Journal, a newspaper print
ed and in ueneral clrcnlntion In said -county,
for four weeks prior to tlie day st for
Bald liearlnif. . : ' ,.,
EOIIBHT WtlJiON, f '
- County JiUfe.
IS THE COUNTY ( Ot'IiTOK SIOUX (
In the Mutter of the Ailinlnistnitlniliil Hie
Estate of.lulin H. Jirown, Dcci.'intl.
NOT ICR KOlt THE PHKHE STATION OK
Notice Is hereby irlveti that all
havlnK claiuis ordemands aftnlnst
itnnwK. deccaseil. that the time II
nilnir claims nifalnst salil estat
montlia from tho 8th day ot Hcpteml
Ail snoh persons arc required to
their claims with the vouchers to tl
ty JudKO of said county, at his ofli
Village of Harrison, In suld coun
before tho Sth duy of March, !,
clulun to fllol will bo heard on th
of October 1S97 or afterwarda on th
of each regular term of said cou
Id ii r I iik
the time limited for filing claims
And notice Is further ulven th
Urown, widow of Jons II. IIiiown,
ha filed her petition In the alio
court prnylnir tha. a allowanqo b
for the nialntalnance of tho fnmll
uf an Id
deceased out of the estate and tin
tltltion will be heard on the first d
next regular term of said Court
sous Interested In aald estate arl
in apis iir at time nnd place to
day of October, 1HSI7 at 8 o'clock n
ahow cause If such exists why
aiiee should not bo granted,
Dated this th day of September
ai 1 1
ft inr" nP
The Jovkkal will piiMUh your brand, Ike
tin: following, for per ye:ir. Kach ad-
dltional brand "j cents. Every farmer or
rain liiiien in Sioux and adjoining counties
siiould advertise their brands in The Jour
nal a it einulMtes all over She state. It
may be tlie nicuun of saving money for you.
f On left side of cattle and on left
wi KhuoldiT of horCH.
IfX"! Uimie on Antelone creek
1. O., Ohilchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
CHAKI.ES bier i.e.
On let side or hip of cattle, I
On left shoulder of horses, i
HaiiKe ou the head 01 Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
S. W. CAKEV.
On 'left slioulder ot cattle, uud
UaiiL'C on I.lttle Cottonwood.
Silas A. Holcomb Governor
James E. Harris Lieutenant Governoi
W. V. Porter Secretary of State
John F.Cornell . Auditor
J. II. Mcserve Treuaurer
U, J. Smyth, Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe T.and Commissionei
W. K. Jacltsou Supt. Public IuBtructlon
John M. Thurston U. S. Senator, Omaha
Win. V. Allen U. S. Senator, Madison
J. IS. Strode, Congressman 1st Dist., Lincoln
D. H. Mercer,
K. I). Sutherland,
W. L. (ireen,
A. M. Post Chief Justice, Columbus
T. O. C. Harrison Aa'te Judge, Grand Island
T. L. Norval Associate Jude, Seward
D. A. CampbelL.Clerk and Keportor, Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
M. P. Kinkaid . Judge, O'Neill
W. II. Westover Kushvilk
11. J. Blewett - Clerk, Harrison
Robert Wilson County Judge
M.J. lilewett Clerk
('has. liichie Treasurer
W. 11. Davis Supt. Public Instruction
I). Bartlett ....Sheriff
J. E. Phinney Coroner
15. F. Tunuuu . ...Surveyor
M. J. Jlwett CJrJtof DwtrictOourt
(Jrant, tJirttirie County Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
frank Tinkham IstDlslrict
M. J. Webr(-(;hairman). 2d '.'
James F. Young Sd "
Otto Mutz..Senator, Dist. No. 14, Sprlngvlew
A. S. Bhcldon... . Dist. No. 53, Chadron
. i. VILLAGE OFFICERS:
E. Roliwer (clialrman) Trustee
J. W. Scott . "
D. II Griswod '
W. B. Marateller . "
N. D. Hamlin "
W. II. Davis .Clerk
Lewis Gerlach Treasurer
J. W. Scott Director
It. L. Smiick . Moderator
Jx'Wifi Ix-rlaxdi Treiuitirer
p TEI1MS OF COURT:
District, Court, At Harrison, commences
Spring term April l:ith, Jnry14th,
Full " Octobers, Jury 86th.
County Court, At Harrison, commences
first Monday of each month.
CTTURCIIES AND SOCIETIES.
Methodist Sunday School meets every Sun
day morning at 10:00
J. E. Maiirtii.leb, W. II. DAVIS,
JERRY RUSK POST, No. 84", G. A. R.
Meets second Monday In each month in
the court house at Harrison.
E. E. Livermore, Com.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Harrison ('amp, No. f. meets on each
termite Wednesday evening.
W. H. Davis, 'J. A. Hanson',
Clerk. ' Con. Com.
' MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Meets each alternate Saturday evening
at B o'clock. A. Ii. Daw, V. C.
J. W. Smith, Clerk.
Ilciriilar bnslness meeting first Tuesday
evening In each month.
C. h. Mabstklmcr,
W. II. Davis, . President.
Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
at 6:45. I). J.Ci.auk, leader.
Meets each Sunday afternoon at 2:30.
Mns. 1). li. OKISWOLb, Supt.
t'nll for People's ledi-pcndcnt Primary lor
There will bo held on Sept. 2.1rd, )8fl7, nt 2
o'eloee p. m., nt tho Montrose School house
People's lndeendent Primary for the pur-
osu of electing four delegates to the Conn.
Conciitlon to lie held In Harrison, Sept.
altondltig to such other business
irouerly come before the mcotliig.
J. C. AMtXAiwnr.a,
NEW YORK WORLD,
18 Pages a Week
106 Papers a Year
For One Dollar. I
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accuracy and variety of its contents. It
has all the merrits of a grert $6 dollar dai
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litical news is prompt, complete, accur
ate and impartial as all its readers will
testify, It is against the monopolies
and for the people.
It prints the news of all the world,
having special correspondance f :0m all
important news points on the fj'obe. It
has bii;iiant illustrations, stories by
grea tau thers, a capital humir page, com
plete markets, departments for the house
hold and women s work and other special
departments of unusual interest.
We oiler tins unequaied newspaper
and The Sioux County Joubsal togeth
er one vear for $1.70
Tlie regular sucsenpuon price 01 me
two papers is $2.00
To lmv s: 1 I.kh, (rmtrantee- "AJ4 ;)) AM
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mad. lonH tuy. unleis you yi'l, lit?, het. A
tlli-ap KcMle la til" most ripunslin Im'e.uin'nt
you can ui.:c; It H unrclhiliic. sud mcatia thai
Boonrr orltacr voa must 1 , ti v ft's'n. iSny oiy
a cfHUltle. latest lisipi-nved trAIUit AM KM
which wbl 1-tst you a lifetime, anil prove thu
cheapest lu t he end. No one cum i hen depute
your weights. 13 S4 .VAitUt OV IMI'i'A'i'HOMSH
1102 Famam St., Omaha, Neb.
lOia Sicilies ltej:ii'ert.l
It you with one of the lCO.OOC
positions in the government ser
vice, this Bureau can advise you
how to proce'd to secure it, and tit.
vou for passing the required Civil
, Service examination tt-.eretor.
hnerpy, tact audi cojriroon school
education are all the requirements
S Ji , .iM
rhi Korean i,a the best facilities possible for ob-
i,;r,;,r mi.nt. ami convrichts in this and foreign
countries. The chief of this dept. has had 90 years
experience ai Chief Examiner, CommisMoner ol
Patents, and Patent Attorney, and is very success
ful in securing bro:id patents and in the prosccuuoo
of all patent litigation betote the courts.
: SCHOOL OF LAW. '
This Bureau can fit you for dmisinn to the T!ar
a! prep.ire von fnr arnve -acoce id two years,
without materially interierinjf who your uwn um.
tirs. Our instructors are the ahlest, onr system
thorauch.an,! our charges reasonable. 1 hree cours
es are taught: University, Business and Special.
Send for particulars, terms, etc.
NATIONAL INFORMATION BUREAU.
1420 Nxw York Ave.. Washington, D. C.
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.
B. E. BRXWSTMt,
D. H. ORISWOLD, Cashier.
" AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Hank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Depoaita
t7pBAFTS SOLD ON ALL PAT8 OF tVSffi.
Prompt attention given to all legnl
matters in Justice, County and Bi.-.trirt
Courts, and before the United Suites
Fire Insurance written in reliable
3fLegal papers carefully drawn.
IlAIUtlSON, - I3ltASKA.
But still on deck
to do wagon work
Third building south of livery barn.
First door north of tlie
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
paid to all repair
work, also boot and
: L. E. DICKIXSIN.
, THEN COME TO THE
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