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The Sioux County Journal
Adut for Wbat
Von Want In Tb
Now Ik Ti.j. jti
Sub'iTllw lor The
GUI. E.Johnson, Ostoepath
will treatipatients at Harri
son, on Tuesday's, Thurs
day's and Saturday; at Chad
ron, Nebraska, Ctfonday'a,
.Wednesday's and Friday of
The Sioux County Journal.
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Subscription Price, tl.OO
OFFICIAL PAPER OF 8I0UX COUNTY.
Aivo. D. f n n, - - Editor.
Entered at the Harrison pout office $a
a.cund elaas matter.
Fusion Stnte Ticket.
for Judge of the Suprerre Court,
J. J. SULLIVAN, Columbug.
ror Kefrent of the State University,
GEO. F. KENOWER, Wisner.
E. V, FARRELL.. Kearney.
The treaty of peace between preerjc
.ami Turkey was digued iu Constanti
nople, oa Sept. 18th.
Toiifth characters aiid crooks of all
kinds have flocked to the statu fair to
fleece the farmers out of their money.
Yellow fever seems to be ppreadintf
and making its way North. It in
' thought there is a case of the fever in
liosbun aad also in Kaius cily.
More Cuban talk is beinjr revived at
the national capital these d iys with lit
tle assurance of doinjj anything for bleed
ing Cula untf! all the women aud child
ren are killed find murdered.
The er -auditor of S. Dak. and thepre
ent one both republicans, have been re
cently fyund short in tfceir accounts. The
former one about $1,200 and the latter
live or six hundred dollars. And yet
only for the reform forces being elected
last fall they would have gone right on
robbing the people. Dakota like Neb
raska has been plundered for, the last
" twenty eure by official thieves.'
We h:ive the first complaint to hear
ibeo made against the candidates on
.the fusion kV'ite ticket ho far tin's fall.
And, why should tjiere be complaint for,
nil three candidate are given up to he
.clean, honest and able men for. the posi
tions if elected, that could be found in
the state. Unless the people of Nebras
ka are in favor of "government by in
junction", they will elect the fusion
ticket by art overwhelming vote this
Some of the republican papers in Ne
hr.i.ska are making lots of fuss over the
removal of Dr. Oillispie from tj) insti
tute of the deaf and dumb. Yet, Dr.
(iillispie is short in bis accounts some
thing like $1,700. Every right minded
man, whether he afiliates with the re
form forces or some other party ought
o-fneourage the governor in doing his
lioundeo duty. No difference what
party an officer belongs to, if he is dis
honest he should - be aprehended and
brought to justice-.
The tax-payers of Nebraska haye been
robbed within the past six years by the
republican party to the tune of $1,433,
654. Only $134,000, of the abpvn a
mount has been recovered and turned in
to the public treasury. That is a won
derful record for the republican party to
go before the people with, in the fall
ampaigo. Do the tax-payers want any
more of that kind of officials to look after
the people's interests? If not then turn
them down this fall as far as the ticket
goes in November.
The silver Democracy of New York
are to be commended for the fight they
,are putting up in opposition to such
men a ex-governor Flower and ex -senator
David B. Hill who, yvith thousands
of others worked and done all they pos
.sibly could one year ago to defeat Hon.
W. J, Bryan for president besides, in
every way they could, assisted in elect
ing the map to the most important office
in the nation, who has always been a
friend to trust, and monopoly, No it
is better to be defeated for principle's
Mke than to win aod get sll the loaves
The bankers gold bug, and self institut
ed monetary commission at Indianapolis,
Mm 12th of last January, will meet iu
'Washington about the time congress con
vents; they recommend in their plat
form of principles the retirement of all
lasses of United States notes and the
roaiolttiaaaou of the gold standard. It
js the plan of this commission that presi-
pool MoKipley recommended to con
grew in a special messagu shortly after
he pushiige of the LXnglcy tariff law.
his commission Is mado up entirely of
Ujl j i:J r. 1 1 1 1 ! i 1 1
Everything is b oming at the state
The democrats of greater New York
will put up an out anJ out Silver man
for mayor of the greatest city in the
Swift,venge;tm-e was meted out to the'
miscreant on Sept, 17th who attempt-'
ed the fife, of Presided Diaz of M-xum on !
thelGjflst. While leing examined m '
the charge of attempted irmrJ-r the in- i
furiaterl populace overcame the police'
and Kt:vt!)ed the prisoner to death. - - !
If socialism is growing in the United
States at a lively rate within the last
twoor three years, it is for the reason
given by ex-governor Altgeld at a labor
day speech made when he said:
So long ns there was cumetition our
people preferred to let it regulate every
thing, but competition is being entirely
w iped out by pools and trusts, and our
people will be devoured by vultures un
less the Government conies to their
The public is made to pay every form
of tribute to these new masters and is
helpless. The question of putting an etjd
to this wholesale corruption, putting aii
end to the selling of legislation, putting
an end to the contrel of Government by
corporations is a question 1 hat will de
termine the existence of this Republic
Unless we can check it there Is no Ik pe
for this country.
Xotlefl Leaning of School Lands In Moux
County Srbratika. I
The following (lefcritx'il xohool lands In
Sioux County will lie offerer! for lensa at
pulillo miction nt the front door of the
ikniuty Court House on Oi'toher Ulh, Im'.:7,
bepinlnit nt 1 :M) o'lock p. m. and continuing
until nil of iwi'l lnwls have been offered.
'Ihe law requires all loasi-8 to draw, ns an
nual rental, xix per cent of the iippiuised
value of the land leaned. If more than one
rerHou applies for an V tract, the saino will
e let to the one ottering the greatest
amount of boruu.
A portion of these lands nre. vacant by
virtue of an order of the Hoard of Kiiueii
tlonal hands and funds, making eane.ella.
lion, entered August llth, is! 7, and same
may ta" redeemed, If delinquencies and costa
are paid before the laud la leaned.
All ir-:'4-a3 All 16-25-13
All ;-w:-'i;i I All lfi-27 S3
w)i 77 5-1 1 w'4 IS-27-53
K'i 17L-7M1 ti iei--7-.'.3
All Wl'7 9.1 I All lii-2!' M
All M ai-M i VII III ?s M
All S3 n',Heswii 10 -tfX-3
H-eta-e'4 :v-:-: 3 j All Kxo. exnw
e 1 i A n e n w . n:i -53
All V M
All..'. i l-f4
All Kxe. n-e'n-el
All Ifl-.?' .Kt
All Hi-- 4-' 4
All. ir .r..M
All...; 14 27-r4
All ,...3n OT-f-4
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Al! SH-17 5RI All IH'ASM
All W-V-K j All lti '2-.V,
All .H. 55 I All 1(1-30 55
mnSU 3HHO-55 All 10-32-55
s!in-wVA S1-31-M ( Ail ,.31-ffl V
wv,wHee4..3.;-3'.!-Vi All 1H-: 4 S5
All 3!-J.'.-55 I All Sfl-34.5-!
All II!.':4-5H I All SH-V4 M
All is ii.5-Sfl
r.ots 14 1B-24 58
All exc s'4n-e
All m 2n-r.fi
All ii-? r-fl
All , 15-31 .VI
All 1(1 32-.M
All I5:i4 5fi
All i 24 57
All exc. w!is-
w(4 3S-31 57
All exc. n-e'in-
All 3-35 57
S,Vnei,4s',n-w'4n,s-w'4cUs-eW '6 2S 53
SXncI4As4n w'4An'4s-wl,t iC,s-Of..-17.2 53
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All exc. n'4-win-e.4 i-31 54
W Au e!Aw;-jS eAnXn-e'as eAss-'i
n-e' rHAs-w4s e"s-e'436 33-61
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Com. P. L- A B.
Final Proof Notices.
All persons havlna; final proof notices In
thin paper will receive a marked cony of the
paper am! are requested to examine their
notice and If any errors exist report tun
same to tlila office at ouce.
Not Ira For Publication.
I4tnd Office at Alliance, Neb. I
Aug. 14th, 18'J7. (
optica la hereby glvon that the following
naped settler has Died notice of his Inten
tion to make final proof In support of bl
claim, and tbat said proof will 1 made be
fore M. J. Hlewett, Clerk District Court at
Harrison, Neb., on September 25th. isu7, via:
William Rauimrard of UllcnrUt, Neb., wljo
ma1e II. K. No. S7SA, for the V. of N K4, of
Swtton No. 34 and N'4 of N Wlj or Section
No.35, Township No. S4N Kan (re 55W.
He names the followlne; witnesses to prove
hi continuous residence upon and caltlra
tlon of, said land, viz tJerhard Itelndera
of Montrose, Neb., Bernard Haas, K.W. Knott
and John Thomas, all of GlUirlst, Neb.
J. W. Wchm Ja., Kciflater.
Notlre For PuhllratioB.
Land Office at Alliance, Neb. (
Aug. , W7. j
Notice la hereby given that the following
nanibd settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to mako final proof In support of bis
claim, and that said proof will tut made be
fore M. J. Klewett, Clerk District Court at
Harrison, Neb., on (letoher nd, 1K07, vln:
Jamea McCann of Harrison, Neb., who made
11. V.. No. 3514, for the Ita No. I and 9 and
Ki of N WW H Section No. IS, Township No.
&IN Kaiifte No. 55 W.
lie names the follom lns; witnesses to prove
his contlniKius residence njani and cultiva
tion of aald lands, viz:
K. W. Knott and ,fciiren Wohlheter of
(lllrhiiat, Neb., and -tosi'ph Parsons of
Hsrruo-.i. Neh , and Joseph II. Montgomery
ut ItO'lurc. Neh. jS. W. ) Kill, Jll.f
There are today thousands of young
people on the far.ms and in the villages
who are tied down by lack of education
to work they heartily dislike. Are you
one of them my friend? If so, "the
Grand Island Business & Normal tall
age can put you on the road to stic ess
if vou are ambition and willing .to
study. It makes no difl'ernce how
iKii-liward you ;ir provided you are
plucky nnd mean business V"e teach
everything necessray for a rut-cef(iij
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
books and give you time to graduate and
pay for sani afterwards. Business,
Normal and Shorthand courses. Hoard
$1.50 per week. Established 12 years.
College Record sent free or catalogue
for 6 cents in stamps. This is your
chance of a life time. Will you let it
slip by? Adress,
A. M. Harms, President,
Grand Island. Nebr,'
all the pain
suffer Is caused
by wsakflsss or
the organs , of
when a woman Is not well these "
organs are affected. " But when
they are strong and healthy a
woman la very seldom sick.
Is nature's provision for ths regu
lation of thy menstrual (unction.
It cures all female troubles." 4t
ts equally effective for the girl In
her teens, the young wife with do
mestic and maternal - cares, and "
the woman approaching the peri4
known as the " Change of Life." '
They all need It They are all
benefitted by it
F0r acrtee In easts raqtrfrlnr ipeeitl
4lraetlons, address, rlvlnr symptoms,
h " Ldle' Advisory DepsrtmeBt,
. The CtMttanoot MsdlcltM Co., Qattir
soocm. Turn. . , f
TOM. J. COOPER. Tupsto, Mitt., saw
" My sister sulltred from very Irregular
and solnlul eientlruBtien end doctors
eeuM net relieve her. Wine of OtrSul
aUrely eared her end also helped mt
swtAsr ttireus U Change l Uts."
wr- mwn m. sasl
For information ana tree HandisKik write to
SfU.NN ft CO., Ml Bboadwat, Maw Voaa.
Oldest bureau fnr seenrtnK patrnu In Amsrtra,
ETerr rsfnt taken out by us Is brought before
the pubuo tf a aotlca glTeo free of charge Is the)
buvest etrcilsfton of anv scleattflc paper ta tbe
world. Kniendldlr Illustrated. No Inlflllrent
man ihould be without It. Weeklr. BS.O0S
Kir; tl.90 six months. Address, MliVlTft .CO.
atmaxss, 801 Bruadway, Ut York CUT,
Notice to Nan-resldcnt, Dcfnulent.
In the District Court of Soiux County,
Wllbnr V. Bennett, plaintiff,
Terry Yarrlngton, defendant
To Perry Yarrlngton, non-resident edfen
dant, You are hereby notified that on the
2ed day of August, 1H97, the pialiitift herein
filed his petition In the above entitled cauts
In the JMstrlot Court of Hloux County, Ne
braska, against vou, the above named de
fendant, .the object and prayer of which la
to act aside a warranty deed esecuied bv
the plnlnt'ff In the above enf Itlcd c oise, to
you, the defendant he eln, to lot Ninnbnr
tw (S), and S-U'n of S-VM of Section om
( I ), Township twenty- six (2(1), Range fifty
three (53) west Bth I". M., Slonx Connty, Ne
bruckn, on tbe ground of fraud and mlarep
resentfttloii made by you In making
change of a certain Interest In a certain
pHtent to manufacture hydrogen gas, covftt
Ing state of Iowa, for said abovo descrtbtd.
land. You are required to answer ssld pet!
tlon on or before the 4th day of October,
Dated at Harrison, Sioux County, Nebras
ka, this 24th day of August, 1SP7,
WlLBEK V. HSKKIITT, . .
IN THE COUNTY COPRT OF SIOUX COUNTY,
In the Hatter nf the Administration of tbe
Estate of Henry Delstr r, Deceased.
oanr.a con hiarino or fihai. accodnt.
Now, on the 7th day of September MPT,
came George If. Turner, the administrator
or the estate nf Henry Delster, deceased
and pray for leave to render an account as
audi administrator. It la therefore ordrm I
that the 4th day of October, ISS4, at I o'clock
p. in., at mv office In the Village of Haiti
son. In said county, lie fixed as the tlineoad
place for examining and allowing said ee
Count. And the said heirs of said droeaaed,
and all persona Interested In aald rstaVe,
are required to appear at the time aad
place so designated, and show canselfaneh
exist", why said account should not M al
It la further ordered that said Oeorga M
Turner, administrator, give notice to all
arsons Interested in auld estate bv cantii
a copy of this order to be published 1h n
Sioux Coi stt Journal, a nowsiatper pfsav
el and In general circulation In aald efti
ty. fnr fonr weeks prior to tbe day nd fur
jt 8oientlflo American
ff Ajjency fora
i mil j
mi m e
The JorusAL will piiMlub your brand, ike
the foiiowine. for 82 :(. ner veur fuel, -a .
ilitionui brand 75 cents. Every furmer or
j ranchmen in Houx ami adjoining counting
moiilu advents, their l.randa in Thk Jolb
NAi.ua it ctrcuUte u)J over the state. It
may be tUe 111c aim of giving money for you.
TT7? FRANK NUTTO.
On left side of cattle ai,d on left
huolder of horses.
Range on Antelope creek
V. O., Gbilchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
On left side or hip of cattle, )
On left ahonlder of hovaes. i
Range on tbe hend oi 'arbonnet
Address Harrison, fioux Co. Neb.
iJJOn left shoulder of cattle
Kunge on Little Cottonwood.
i'O. ., Vrawford Nebr.
Silas A. Uolvoinh Governor
James E. Harris ..Lieutenant Governor
A'. F. 1'orter... Secretary of State
John K. Cornell Auditor
J. R. Mescrve . Treaaurer
o'. J. Smyth Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe .. la.nd CoimniMsionci
W. H. Jackson Supt. I'ublic Inatructiou
I CONGJiESSIONAL DELEGATION:
John M. Thuxston C S. Senator, Omaha
Win. V. Allcu L S. Scniitor, Miulwou
J. 15. Strode, Cougrcssnian Int DiHt., Lincoln
I). IL Mercer, ' -2d Omaha
umiel , Maxwell, " 3rd " Fremont
i- M-rtt, " 4th " Aurora
i -ii. ; ni hen : 'id, " Mh Nelaou
v . "... (..!, . ' nth " Keari.cy
4. M. Poat ( hief Justice, Columbus
T. O. C. Harrison ..As'te Judge, Grand Island
f. L. Norval Associate Judge, beward
I). A. CampbellClerk and Reporter, Lincoln
j FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL IHSTK1CT:
JM. P. Kinkuid Judge, O'Neill
;'W. II. W'cslover " Ruahvlllc
I M. J. Ulewett Clerk, Harrison
j COUNTY OFFICERS:
Robert Vt'ilson County Judge
M. J. Klewett Clerk
i has. ilhjhle.. Treiisurei
I W. II. Davis V-upt. Public Instruction
U. Bartlatt Sheriff
j J. E. Phlnney Cotoner
B. F. Thomas , . Surveyor
: M. J. Jliewett Clerk of District Court
Griint Guthrie ...County Attorney
HOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
Frank Tinkham IstDisirict
M. J. Webcr(Chairman) 2d "
James F. Young 3d "
Otto Mutz..Senator, Dlst. No 14, Springview
A. E. Sheldon ,.Dist. No. 53Chadron
E. Rohwer fchnlnnan) Trustee
J. 'W. Scott , "
D. 11. Grlswod ,
W. B. Jf irsteHer "
N. . Ifainliu , "
W. H. Davis ,. Clerk
In ls Gerlucb Treasurer
J. W. Seott Director
B. L. Smuck Moderator
Lewis Lcrlacb Treitsurer
TERMS OF COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, commences
Spring term April 13th,, Jury 14th,
Fall October 2"i, Jnryith.
County Court, At Harrison, commenoes
first Monday of each month.
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
Methodist Sunday School meets every Sun
day morning at 10:00
J. E. Harstellrr, W. II. DAVtS,
JERRY RUSK POST, No. 345, G. A. R. .
Meets second Monday In each montb In
the court houso at Harrison.
fi. E. Livermore, Com.
WOODMEM OF THE WOULD.
Harrison Camp, No. 55, meets on each al
tcrnate Wednesday evening.
W. II. Davis, J. A.Hanbox,
Clerk. Con. Com.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Meets each alternate Saturday evening
at 8 o'clock. A. It. Dew, v. C,
J. W. Smith, Clerk.
Regular business meeting first Tuesday
evening In each montb.
C. L. Marbtkllkr,
W. II. Davis, President.
Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
At 6:45. D. J. CLARK, leader.
Meets each Sunday afternoon at 2 ;3fl.
Mas. D. II. Grikwold, Supt.
Call for People'! Iedeprndcnt Primary for
The electors of ths People'g Independent
party of Itowen precinct are hereby called
to meet at the Court Houre, In Harrison, on
rrlday evening, Sept. 24th, lf7, for the pur
pose of selecting delegates to the county
convention of said county, and for the
trim sac Hon of auii other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
. Lewis GRKLACir,
SEPT. 23, 1897.
i. Tin: cou;.tv o
Q-jlllT 0? SIOL'X COt'NTV
Iu the Matter of tlie Admliiistratttn of tl
Kslate of John II. Brown, lieceased.
VOT1CE FOB THE PRE8EKTATION OP CLAIMS.j
Notice is hereby given that all peraus
Jiaving claims or demands against Joux !,'
Known, deceased, that the time fixed tor,
Cing claims against said estate is sixi
mouths from the 8th day ot September, 181C.
All such persons are required to present;
their claims with the voucher to thn couii-l
ty judge of said county, at hi.s office in tha'
Village of Harrison, in said county, on or
before tbe Mh day of March, lsus, and all
claims so filed will be heard on the 4th day
of October 17 or afterwards on the 2nd day
of each regular term of said court during
the time limited for fl."ig claims as ufore
said. And notice is further given that Annie
Rhown, widow of John il. Hkown, deceased,
has filed her petition in the above named
court praying lha a allowance be granted
for the miiintainaucc of the fkuMly of said
deceased out of t he estate anil thatsiiidpe
titltion will be heard on the first day of the.
next regular term of said court. All per
sons 'interested in said estate are required
to appear nt time and place to-wit the 4Ui
day of October, 17 at H o'clock a. m., aud
snow cause n such exists why said allow
ance should not be, granted,
Dated this HI h day of September A. D. 1-807.
KoiiEicr Wilson, County Judge.
Eclipse snd FalrbsnHs Wind
njllis Tuwcrs. Tttiilu. lrriga
tloD OiilOts, Hose. 'Belting,
Drive Points. Pipe. HltlnK.
Ilrasn goods and IKalrbnnlis
Standard Kcaies. p ee
low. (let the beu. 6enJ inr
I CF ALL KINDS,
IS, WORSE St CO..
102 Farnam Dt. Omaha, We!,
If you wi-h one of the 150,000
- poiilions in -be government ser-
'V vice, this Bureau can advise you
' now l" pr)ct'd to secure it,atid tit
f ' ijL -i'StS V"u 'or pawnff the required Civil
Q''"f5H??r 4'Tvice examtoation therefor.
.S'A l-ncrn-y, t?ct and a common school
TC. If! cr.utauon arc all the requirements
W niTfi'TO niTrttrc
Tins liuieau lu3 the: befit facililies possihle for ob
taining patents and copyrights in this and foreign
countries. The chief ot this. dept. has had 20 years
experience as Chief Examiner, Commissioner ot
Patents, an 1 Patent Attorney, and is very success
ful in securing broad patents and in the prosecution
of ail patent litigation before the courts.
SCHOOL OF LAW.
This Tureau can fit you for admission to the Bar
and prepare you tor active piacuce in two year?,
without materially interfering with your other du
ties. Our instructors are the ablest, our system
thorough, and our chanres reasonable. Three cours
es are Uu-lit: University, Business and Special.
Send for particulars, terms, etc
NATIONAL INFORMATION BUREAU.
1420 New York Ave., Washington, D. C
j SEAL J '
nanm is. 2
li.u,f 3 W00O
They handle every thing usualy handled in a gen
eral department country store.
.SUCH AS DRY GOODS and GROCERIE, BOOTS an (3
SHOES, HARD and TINWARE; also FLOUR, FEED anti
GRAIN, KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY GOING TO MARSTELLER BROS.
0. E. fiRIWSTMt,
D. H. ORISWOLD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50000.
Iransacts a General Banking Business
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, ChaJron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposito.
larDRATTS SOU) ON ALL PARTS OF EUBOFfc
,;CPAT fiT'TI 'P!1
Prompt attention -given all :e.'.:
matters in Justice, Comity and l.'iMcict
Court):, and before t&e United Slat-f
Land Orice. .
Fire Insurance written in relifthie
t3pLegal papers carefully drawn.
.Harrison, - Xkbr.vsa.
But still 011 deck
to do wagon work
Third building south of liverv barn.
First door north of the -
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
paid to all repair
work, also boot and
L. E. DXCKINSIK.
' WANT JOB
THEN COME TO THE
C F. Ccrrm,
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