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The Sioux County Journal
HABBISOIT, 1TEBEASKA, THURSDAY, IDIEfC. 9TH, 1897.
Tfte Sioux County Journal.
Haw riition Price, tl.00
OFFICIAL. PA OF 8IOUX COUNTY.
Jeo. 1). Cflnon, -
KnterM at the Harrison post office as
suuOBd oi&pa realtor.
Money by itself has valuo only f vou are - rnbit i..tn and will. rig t;
bylaw, nnd not by natutv; o that a;til,,dv- H '"es n 1,ir. riici her.
cl.anofconvtntion bctwn thi.st- who' ,,!,,'klvi,ni .Vl,u HPH provided yon are
;, a- . . i , ,. . piiiekv itno mean business Vh f-a-.h
UHeitis8uflI.-iHnttod.-pr.vait of all it. .vtryn for a M.e ...J
value and power to satisfy nil our start in life, if you are short of money
wants. But with a regard to n ; we will Hnrpt a khI note witiiout in
future exchange (if we want nothing at ' teres! for tuition or if necessary we will
I furnish everything tuition, Im; rd, an. I
present money is, as it were, our wo j )ooks and B;VH tinM, to Knid ute and
urity that it may take place when we do ' pav for nam afterwards. Business,
want something. Aristotal. ' 1 Normal and 8hrthind courses. I'.oard
m, i . ! $1.60 per week Established 12 years.
The above seems to us is good author, ;,.,. R..(.(in1 f(ve or ,.atj(,:,w
ty as to tho right of the federal govern-'"'" 6 cents in stamps. Thin in your
......... . ,, tiati''P of a lif" time Will vou let it.
ment having the right to coin all money sj., ,v? A,1ws
Why Don! You I
Wear Diamonds? 'new
It U not because you can
not afford to, because YOU
CAN if you willbt us help
c have secured the exclu-
THRICE A WEEK-ED2TJON
IS Paiges a Week
158 Papers a Year
Oo net longer be ived by ei1'ord.d T 't
Read the truth. It will pay 0 tfvttends.
YORK WORLD jHjNK OR STA
THAT IS TKE ALTERNATIVE.
TO-D A Y till moinmt yeu are fctfn rvt k -t
what you earn, llow much f hot leei man .1
yw, Iw uu kuuw buwt Do ya luww wiljr I .1
and regulate the value t lit-roof. L;o the
people believe in vesting the rights and
The president's iriCSSage is j powers of the government into the bunds
of the National Banks? Watch the
present administration's acts during this
session of congress.
.quite a lengthy document
;and treats the financial and
Cuban subject as being of the
most importance for the con
rideratioti of congress. The
president recommends .that
Spain bo given more time to
pacify the island or, in other
words wait till the Patriots
.m the island had been all
starved and murdered and
ruin the commerce of the
United States and the island
will then be pacified.
A political fight is on be
tween Richart Crocker, the
Tamman chief of New York
Orand Island. Nebr.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK,
CHAKTEB No. 108.
For One Dollar.
nt fT.i i- 1 .1 A I f 11
oivi- runuui mm output OX Uie i Pcblb-lied ry Alternate Day ex-entSouday
SOUTH AFRICAN 0-T
The Thrice-a-Week-World E)ition of
The New Yoi k World i. first among
mi Pstv riiAllinwnC la" the "weekly" iiapers in size, fre-
"nTl , m.m,n i. quen. y of publication and the freshness.
lfjiiit, bii uiuotinu uiiiaiy : wcuranv and variety of its contents. It
During the three years the Wilson-Gnr-man
tariff bill was in actual opperation
the deficit was ,$tJG,OG;000, and admit
ting that there will l3 a large increase
in importations the last p;vt of the year
by experts whos authorities cannot lie
qni'Riionea me a licit unur ino iingley ; Baukl., house furniture una
tariff law will be, ?83,000,0fli).
that for a revenue getter?
It lonk's as if the If nmcr.its, who ad
voca'e the gold slandaid, the retirement
the greenb i-:k ind t ri. S'len.) it treasury
no tea will he old irr I to j ni i b'; republi
can party in this slate, according to the
vote of the recent slate eieVt.n, J. K.
Morton, tile in ist popular gold il.-oio-ir.it
in the slate re.viv.d only about
1,300 vote lor H -Kent of the State TJ.n-
1 t Tl "1 T IT'll I k
Clly and -UaVia IS. nUl OI HI versityjhedal not get .n .ugli votes to
At Harrison, In the tatn of .Vebraako, at
the close ol buaiiK'Bj Noveml-er 30th, iW,
K SO" CEH
Ixan and Discount ".3,(V!0.6i
t t. . a hi I h t . . .. ....I .. .. .. .. . r,n .. .
Duo from .itio.i .1, St, ite ind Pri
vate l.lj.nk8 i:,Hi to
' rsu .nil t,urri)ii(;y .... to AM
ttute. ickii-a .nUl i li
OUal Cunii on huiij 3X5
mira for the supamicy in the
democratic party i n that
tate. One is a traitor to his
party, favoring the trusts and
corporations; the other is a
traitor to principlaand party,
where is your choice.
Mr- Bryan expressed him
f elf as follows on the pres
ident's message: "The mes
sage indicates an
upon the part of the presi
dent to aid in turning the
issue of paper money over to
the national banks, and in
the meantime a purpose to
fiivegolda further superior
ity over silver as money."
entitle the party to go on the
balht in the next state election.
OT A L M.Yi&.H)
! C. pilHl Sto-k p .1.1 In tlO.000.00
! am pun 1 u.i J 3.Ot,0OO
; Ci.Uiviiied proflls 3W,.
liiulviUu.il ueposiU 8,,t)jct to
Deni.iud curtido.itu, dua,ulU t.,340.10
'liuiu c rt.llu.ilys of ilepo-)lui0,i-4.i;o
iotal i epusiB 67,440.11
Foimerly NEW OCCASIONS.
The Beit Only
and offer them to the I basaii the men-its of a grertpdoiiardai- KeiorfliiTiagaZflKU une vmiar a i&t
in the ri'orlo. ( 1U centfl nuomif.
monthly Eight Pmgem.
ate and impartial as all its re-.'ders will "to": t rcd'h U. Ailmnut, lid. Now Oeca.t-a.
testify. It is against the
and for the people.
readers of this paper at S3. 00 i l the ,nce of a d"llHr wkiy- Its p
imcai news is prouipi, coii'pieie, accur
per carat, or a one carat,
stone set in a solid gold ring,
pin or stud, sent post-paid
any where in the United
States or Canada upon receipt
of S5. 00.
these stones with being ad
monopolies KiwTim Is thefBrlw ac)vocatof the iKmiTive o . t
i Kepkhienm'M. Majority Hula, Kolentitie Oevrnvw.
I Uunaury lUIunu uiui I'byalcal aad KUiieal Cultui V
It prints the news of nil the world, A.tnintff hundred of hritUaut wrttmstii
. i mil rr-gwariy HHirwHH to mpafM wi-m
. Prof. Frank Tarsou.
it nn7 u. Liuya.
has bnwiant illustrations, stones b kiiwmi f maroy.
having special corn spondance from
iiuportaut news points on the globe.
Prof. Richard T. ElJ.
llerbert N. CoawD,
Prce. Oeorga A. OaUti.
Mary A. Llvarmor.
Abby Morton Olax.
John P. Altp.ld.
...4, .i,,.i i, .,.,.. ....... Human uariar
iiiuu, ..,,, i. , i.u.i.... justice Walter c:rk.
plete market, departments f.T the house o"' B ITn(?re.
! hold :ind womb's work arifl ot her sneeiii I Lillian Whitinir.
by certain unscruu- f,,,,,,.,,!,.. a.h.l.wi.
lrt,.,-, (; 'in., r . ErsCIAL TO Yvv. Smu 15 two cent itanpa aad r.
10U3 palbK'.S. lhC peilUlllti V ,,()',.r this tliaauabd nfWSO.'iper ci THE NEW TIME Miriia moathi and PMHMjrr
A.,ll !,( ,1 a, , . 11 JOHN SMITH, the Story ot a rauetiil (TolutloB, kf
Call Olliy DC Obtained tlirOUgll land TUKSlofX OrKTy JOCKNAHogeth rr.lerick U. AAzv. as mtiatrfiud book ot 10 paM aid
! r.ni. vpiii1 Imp XI 7(1
price of tht Charles 0. Eerr & Company, Publiskn
Ever; II .lj Got Ftilll and Hl a Umid
The a p a's of the United
utates have sent in a protest
or, are about to send one to
the U. S. eenato protesting
against the elevation of At
torney General McKenna to
ihe Supremo court bench.
It is to be hoped that presi
dent Mckinley aud the U. S.
wenate will use good sound
sence i the appointment aud
eonfrimation o f candidates
whether Catholic or protes
tant. The a p a's are noth
ing more than an organiza
tion of know-nothings puffed
up with bigotry
Jt wa the good fortune of the editor
and his better half to receive and invit
ation to the second annual supper and
entertainment given by the Woodman of
the World ut Andrews Hall last Saturday
evening the 4th inst With but very
few exceptions almost the entire popu
1 ition of our little village ere present
intention ' l" p,rta'" of the hospitality of the
Woodu. an society. 8 niething like 150
people siit down to the table and par
took of retrenhment, which consisted of
y-t- rs, raw slewed as you liked them
bt; ih.ck.n sandwiches pie and ke
a.wi in f ict ni est anything you cared to
Indolage, in the way of eating. Noth
ing-stronger than coffee was provided as
a b -verage for slakeing the thirst and
yet every body got full just thesan.e.
Certainly every body had a good time
at the rxpence of the society, who left.
nothing undone to insure a good time to
Before the supper was served Wood
man, Oerlach m;ute a nice little address
to the quests, giving them a warm wel
come and telling tlmn toe-it an I drink
hearty and enjoy thi'iuselves as the t n-
CondTwBi met in regular session last
Bare you read the president message
Grtcd for money caunes men to com
. Mit many wrongs to obtain it.
Chief Justice Field of the United
States ttupreme court retired from office
Dec. Ist, 1397.
The b;-metallists in Nebraska made a
gain of 103 county officers over tl year
1893, while the republicans lost 75.
Does this look like bi-initailism was deab
and dining out in Nebraska?
Germany hai some intention of bom
barding the ports of little Hayti and
make her cough up damages for the Im
prisonment of one of her subjects. How
about the Monroe doctrine.
The Burlington road has concluded to
accept the orJer of the state railway
.commissioners to grant car-load prices
for hauling stock as has been done pre
viously instead of by the hundred pound
mtes; other roads are still standing
One of Uie largest trusts in the world
is just now being formed to control tbe
iron manufacturers in the United States.
J. Pierpoint Mortran of New York city is
idtitecl for president of the trust. Thick
'of it, he controls 40,000 miles of railroad
Varily, this is an ago of trusts. What
' ynJJ he flit tiro brln forld?
BTaTh. Of NKBKASKA, (
cou i K oi BiuCa. I, D. II. GrUwold,
cualiier of the ubuve named bank, do sol
emnly awe.ir that tbe ubuve slateaieut i
true to the best ol my kiiuwledgo uud be
lief. LI. il.URibWOLO.
ciias. C. Jameson,
C. r Cor tt. S
subscribed and sworn to before
I. al, uie thlit U t li d.iy of . eceiub r,
v . IbUl. UKAMlj IHKIK,
IlKrrUmi, Neb. I
lieu. 3rd, l!iij7. j
I'oacd of county commissioner met us per
Present, comriiUsloner Weber, Mettlan
Tbn Hoard prooeedod to examine bldd for
the consti uct.on ot the Montra-ie Bridge.
The lolllowing are the u linen of p irtloi bil
dliiir Oil said brldice a. el lliu a nyu it la'tr -
t.hrlslopbur Kuffit.g, t , remove v. old
bridge hliU t'Oestruct in w one lul- JI4 00
i heo lor" i'li'keabroik und .Julia ' Cisnig.
to reinovo the oi l baidjjo and coatiao.t
lien one ! or 4' (XI.
A. K. (iotes, to remove out bridge and coa
slrnct new one iai U6 uO
The lild of ewry Kreemau of $37 .0 w tg
rejected for the re.isoii th t the hi ;der d d
hot provide for tbe removal of I be old
tertaininent was gotten up expressly for I bi idtfe aud for the further reason lh.il hi
their benefit, which was to show v. hat J '' f' lu'cl lo fuiliJ 11 certain contract here
kind regards the Woodman had for 1 h-ir j toforc l ll'l;u-
t.ii motion, A. E. iatea h A h.f .n .de the
neighbors. He also invited R v K n ' iowei and best b.d for the re.nuval , f be
dal to offer prayer to Hon "ho giv. ih old rld. and thu construction of u new
to all liburaily and up laitU tl m-t" n-.'1Bl hereby aw .rdod the co r.id.
I'll motion ooa a nujouriiou to . .ock
They positively canr.ot
told from the finest
GEMS. We make a special
ty of duplicating rare gems,
and are importers of geuuine
DIAMONDS, RUBIES, EM
ERALS, OPALDS and do
our own cutting. Our repair
department is the best equip
ped in the west, all work
done promptly and satisfat
. SPECIAL OFFER: Send
us $2.00 and mention this pa
per and we will set you a one
carat stone in gold ring, stud
ro pin and send it to you any
where in the TJ. S. post
paid if you will agree to
show it to your friends and
help us to iutroduce these
Send 10 cents for catalogue
and book on diamonds.
UNIVERSAL SUPP V r- OMPANV.
09-71 D BORN iT.. CHICAGO, ILL.
er one year for $1 70
The regular sucscription
two papers is $2.00
06 Fifth Avenue. CHICAGO.
They handla aar thing usjaly hndled in a gen
eral department counry store.
SUCH AS DRY GOODS and GROCERIE, BOOTS and
SHOES, HARD and TINWARE; also FLOUR, FEFD and
GRAIN, KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
YOU CAN SAVE M0XEY,.BY, GOING TO MARSTELLER BROS.
fter which trn gu 'St sit d wu to the
table plates being laid for 40 couples at a
time four times this was repeated before
all were served.
Sweet music was dispensed by the
Epworth choir after Riipper which was
enj yed by all. SulhYe it to say no
person went away hungry or dissatisfied
with tbe entertainment One thing sure,
the Woodman do nothing by halves.
1ec. 4th. iD7.
M J. Hi. B wis T, Clerk..
How To Find Out
a bottle or common glass with
urine and leL it stand twenty-iour hours,
a sediment or settling indicates an un
healthy condition of the kidneys. When
unue stains linen it is evidence of kidney
trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate
or pain in the back, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys and bladerare out
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that it. Kilmer's'
Swamp K ol, the great kidney remedy I
fulfils every wmti m relieving pain in !
the back, knliie.is, liver, bladder and
very partol Hie urinary passages. it,
corrects nubility to hold iiriiieand s. aid- 1
ing pain in passing it, or bad effects lol !
lowing use of liquor, wine or beer, and
overcomes that unpleasant necessity ol
being compiled lo get up many limes
during the night to urinate. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Swamp
Root is hood realized. It stands the
highest for its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cases. If you need a
medicine you should have the best.
Sold by druggis', price Hfty cents and
one dollar. You may have a sample
bottle and pamphlet both sent free by
mail. Mention THE 8lO0X COUNTY
Journal and send your address to )r.
Kilmer & ( o., Bing'lmnipton, N. Y. The
proprietors of this paper guarantee the
geouioeness of this offer.
Harrison, Neb. (
I'tC 4U. 17 (
Ho rd met pursuant to adjournment,
l'reseir, co.uinliMio.irr Weber, Mettlan
'1 he fallowing official Bonds wore present
ed and on uiot.on i. pjiroved I'nt Lucy
Justice of thu 1'eace, Wrbonnet Pre
cinct. Ot to TU tse anaearor 1 owen Piecinct.
I hriatopher ItuiOug an.ivmor Five PoinU
Henry Piekenbiock antesor Uoatroae
V. E. A. Estler constable Highland pre
cinct. J. E, l'blnney County Coroner. '
Henry Kreuiiiau Itoud Over ear Wnlte
Kircr preuinct. .
The following claims iigdnst Sioux lounty i iuul sdvertine I heir brands in
w.reuiidled und allowed and warrant or L",H ' 'i'rcuL.tesi ail over th
Final Proof Notices.
''. i'..'1-.j..f.i !i.iv:;,i .".;i.il i roof ...a ...
!il'i i.iipf-r w lil r c.-ci v" n murk.1.! i'f y Ol i .,
)M(H-r an-! in rei tn--te.l to examine their
ol ice inn! if uny 'rrms exist reiiort the
titpe to tlilsoltll:.' .itolicri.
NOTICE FO PUBLICATION
Lund I 'fflce . t All ance, Neb- (
November Hlli, IW7- 1
Notice is hereby (five i th t be following
named settler b is Hied notice o' his inten
tion to make tliisl proof in support of his
aim, and th.it s ild proof will be mnde
before M. d. Itiewett ' lerk District Court t
II ir-ison, Neb., on I'eeeinber Ihth, l"7, viz.
Henry I'riesh ff, of Vo trosc, Neb., who
in ale H. K. o. 31.49 for the N-E( N W, ',
N-E'a. S-E'4 NE'a, Sec. L5, iow.idhip 34,
N Itaiige .'5 w.
Me ii, ones t'ie folloivtnp witnesses to prove
his co itltnious residence up n nnd i ultiva
tion of sa til land, viz:
J,e oii Wa8H i burf?"r, J. ,f. WjiMse tmrgor,
A ton lihein iin.l Henry Wasserburgcr, all
Of Montrose, Neb.
Also Theodore E. Piekenbroek, of Mont
rose, Neb., who made II. E. No. :i;,s7, for the
fc-W4,Sec. 13, -Toiviiship 34 N 1,'hi ge ,r". w.
He miiiici) the following witnesses to prove
h s continuous residence upon and cu.t.va
tion of s iiil land, viz:
Henry Wasserburiter, Anton Rhcin, J. J.
Wnsser urger and "M. J Gayhart, all of
Also, Henry H. Wswierburger, of Montrose,
Neb., who made If E. No. :tft4o, for the S-W)t,
rii'c. tl. Township 34, N Haiigo 8 w.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultiva
tion ot gald land, vis:
Theodore K. l'leken brock, Anton "Mheln,
Henry Prlesboff and Henry Piekenbiock,
all of Montrose, Neb.
' J. W. Wkiim jh. Register.
Tun Journal will pnbitsh your brand, ike
th" following, for . :00, per year. Each ad
dii 'o iai hrnnd 7f cents. Every farmer or
e linen in moux hiki an olnlng counties
he state. It.
tlM V ) 1 hfl 11. -M it. ,.f brtVlni tt.l.uu fur ...v..
dernd drawn ou general fuml of 17 lor ii ; . .- j ;.
sine. -.. -.- - - -
David Ilartlett servi. ns .Sheriff l'13,M
Andr w Mctiinley use , f home lor bold
- lnif (ileellou claimed 110,00 uilowrd 3,0u
J.oi.ei K. Yuii.ig ultendiug couinumloueii
i uiel Jng A,, il.
li. 1-. keel furnishing ite uud fuel
i for elect. on .- ... t 210
Oui ha Printing Co. supp. !.,. .... uoo
W. li. Ortvl., services Mi.'u, nu)it . 2V00
L. C. Lewis making returns.......... 1 00
Ceo. I). Caiuin fees Printing ..... & 16
' J. II. Kartell supplli'M for )uu per.. ...... 12 08
II. J. lllewett certlllcHtes of election'
and postage .... . ....... 25 66
B, K. 1 ho. nan services us county ur-
I veyor cl.iliiiua 134 Mi, liowud....... z6 0
The Bond of A. E. Gates for the cou true-
tion of t..o Montrose Bridge was presented
and on Motion approved.
Ail thu papers relative to thj county road
from Cot ten wood lo Harrison were taken
up and after due consideration were ot
motion laid over till the ucjt regular, meet
ing on January lltn, IMS, and all parties In
tereated In tbe establishment of, er vacat .
Ing Nald ro d are rerjueitted to unp. r before
the board and show ouuans
On motion Muniunl Tabhala U hn.U
who are tied down by lack of education I awarded the con tract to furnish fourteeb
to work they heartily dislike. Are you j B,i,i40),nl'rTo""r l" ,"' 'r M"counlr
On left side of cattle and on left
shuolder of horses.
Kaiige on Antelope crock
P. O., Ghllchrlst, Sioux Co., Neb.
C f. Comm, .
D. B. ORIS WOLD, Caakier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. S50 000.
sacts a General Banking Business.
Americas ExcrtArJOE National ank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
Tost National Bajtk, Chadroa.
Interest Paid on Time Deposito.
WDBATTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROM.
' CHARLES niEHI.E.
On let t side or hip of rattle, (
On left shoulder of horses. (
lltungfl on the head ot warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
A (Jrind Oppotunlty.
There are today thousands of young
people on tbe farms and in the villages
one of them my friend. If to, the
Orand Island Business 8c Normal Coll.
ago c;jn put you on tho road to success
tin motion mwra adjourned tin li a, m
Ueo.Wth 1S.I7. . M.J. llLKWETT
S. W. CAREY.
fOn left shoulder of cntllo
aaaKai.Keon Little Cottonwood.
PO. ., Crawford Kebr
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ADtiHKRs The National Land List Pvb
LIMUnu Oo., Oitcn Ridge, Mo.
We pay the freight
In Nebraska and Western loa.
You Get $195 Organ for fJiSH.
YOU PAY FOR IT
WITH A FIVE DOLLAR BILL
down and t3.00 por month.
Pally Onaraateed for S year.
Now writ us for Doscrlptlon and Catalog-ue. Wa will tall jrou ali
about H. Wo have been telling our friends about this now 23 years.
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