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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1898)
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HABBISOIir, JSTBBSJSCg A. THXrE2fiCDja.Tr, J-AJST. 27, 1898.
The Sioux County Journal.
Subscription Trioe, $1.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Geo. I). Canon,
Kntr at tlie Harrison post office aa
Moond el&m matter.
Mother is the name for
hearts of little children.
God in the
Oovernor I'mree of Michigan in a re
cent speech delivered at Buffalo N, Y.
branded the retnllican artv (of which he
has heretofore claimed to lie a inemlx r)
l. as being the centre of corruption find
I rottenets and as a party which have ttnd
always will use fair or foul means in or-
cularlydid he denounce Mark. Hanna, coidingly dressed as a workingman in a
that father of t.nberrvand deception. In 1 dean but cheap suit, a white collar and
our estimation Gov. Pingree is an honest shirt, red necktie, gray trousers, sonic
upright man1, and a friend of the labor- j what baggy at the knees, but clean and
ing class, and as such he isever alive the ; unstained; in a word, In was attired as a
tries of the poor and snlfering. ! poor man might bo expected to dress on
"IKnowol no reason w tiy a person
called to the administration of a public
oce should not discharge its duties
with as great if not greater fkUlity than
those of private life, for in the one case
the welfare of many is directed, while
in the other the interests of a lew only
"Certainly no intelligent and disinter
ested man would imperil his standing as
a logician by asserting that with our
mints ojiwn to th free coinage of silver
the European holder would consent to
sell for less than its coin value, less, of
course, the cost of tratiHiiorution and
insurance, because he could briti
oar mints and have it coined into
dari silver dollars of equal purchasing
and debt-paying power with gold.
Tb men who are dealing'in money in
- this nation are not all patriots. I do not
m man becsuM he deals in money
is honest and patriotic. He may
and be an excellent citizen, and if
is, I would say naught to his discredit,
but the rule is that such men know no
nation, no patriotism, and but few have
koowledge of any God save the gold
ttwf horde and worship.
, Frora Senator Allen's Speech in Con
frwJan. 7th, 189S.)
, The Tyipcal Mill Hand.
Mattin ofUng'ir, weaver in
Aoushnet mill, highest earnings,
Regarded as a fair reprssentative
the mill workman.
Family of wife and two children .
This week only earned $X
lives at First and Biiuth .Slreets, in
upper part of house in three rooms;
rent, per week, f. l.fiO.
Goes to work at 6:15 a. m. and is
through at 6 o'clock p. m.
Usual breakfast of bread without
butter chicory coffee sweetened with
brown sugar without milk, and oocas
Has meat once a week.
Cannot afford to buy coal for fire, but
wife and children pick up wood and
chips to burn.
Not a carpet in the house.
, Total worth of possessions, f 100,
Jwen married fourteen years.
(When married was earning
month and running four looms.
Now runs eight looms and earns V
ft cent lees pay.
wears a suit costing, when new, two
jean ajro, fl.
Worts every day in the year when
Wife buys two pounds of flour at a
Only meat this week was for soup
and cost 5 cent s.
Usual breakfast for wife and children
dry breed and coffee.
I a citiien and voter.
This is a New Bedford, Mass., weaver.
One of the most ludicrous an no unco -IMOta
that ever appeared, perhaps was
mad by m London newspaper in the earl
ier part of the present century, to the
offact thai Sir Robert Peel "and a party
, f fteods were shooting peasants in Ire
land. The words misprinted, of course,
were "friends" and "pheasants."
And the tame paper thus chronicled
't$h "A m4 accident happened to the fam
ljf of Mm JCIderton of Main street, yes
terday. One of bis children was run ov-
mt fagr a market wagon three years old
' With ore eyes and pantaletts on that ner
WELL WORTH READING.
Something in ;ti, Column That Will
Intercut Every Body.
TIip I'oor not wanted In the Churches
of the Rich. The Rev. Henry Frank
D. I)., is a man whose briliant mind is
only second to his freat heart w hich
goesoutiu profound love to all God's
children. I have known this gentleman
for several years, and the more I have
seen of hini the more impressed have 1
been with his line, loving, sympathetic
nature and his broad spirit.
A few weeks ago this earnest and con
scientious clergyman determined to
prove the truth falsity of the statement
often urged, that the poor man could
find no welcome in the rich city churches
that did Christ Himself attend many of
the most fashionable churches attired as
a laboring man neat and clean, hut with
coarse and somewhat worn clothes, he
Ir. Frank, ac-
Sunday. In the morning ho went to the !
j fs,jnable Broadway Tabernacle in
j xBW yul.k City. But I shall let him
; give hls own ft.0tlt f tw treatment
accorded him there:
j wa, 1:0 liv tt ,,,,, nm at tc)t? ,loot.
j who, I 8iipKise, was an usher, to r for
ward and I would find Kime vacant seats
where I would lie comfortable. Simple
hearted foot that I was, I went forward.
1 had comfortably seated myself and was
thinking, "Oil, well, it is all a liction
after all, I knew it was. I was sure that
any rrsoti of decent appearance would
lie welcome here" w hen suddenly 1 fell
a heavy weight, on my shoulder. Aston-
j ished, I turned and beheld an austere,
dignified usher at mv Ride. His method
was more brusque by far and more un
civil than that of any uncouth theatri
cal usher I hud ever encountered.
What are you doing here in this
fceatf he exclaimed in tones of smother
I was sure the venerable minister heard
"Why," I s'ammord, "I was told to
take this scat."
"Weil, you have no business, air, to
take a seat until you have lieen shown to
it. You will hive togJtout."
I seized my hat, and, walking .shame
faced out of the church, I felt that I had
at last learned why men curse and take
the name of God in vain. Oh, what a
curwi is wealth when it hardens the
heart, when it dries up the streams of
human sympathy and leaves but a de
sert was to.
In the evening Dr. Frank and a report
er on tho World took a carriage and went
to a number of churches on Fifth aven
ue at none of which would the usher
notice or even see Ir Frank, dressed as
ha was in poor clothes though these great
churches had but a few hundred souls
within their walls. Tho reporter,
dressed in the latest style, with silk hat
and lorldly air, was treated far differ
ently. In one church with great deffor
ence he was immediately shown to a
choice seat, from which he however es
caped in a few minutes and reporterput
on Dr. Franks coat, vest, hat, etc., and
went ta another fashionable church.
Here, the ushars would not seat him, no
matter how close he approached, after
they had glanced at his coat. His treat
ment was similar to that accorded to Dr.
Frank so long as he had on a poor coat.
Oh! what a travesty on the teaching,
the life, and the religion of the great
Nazarene who had not where to lay his
head, and who taught so earnestly the
Fatherhood of God and the brotherhood
of man. New T.nie.
Mistakes Of The Printers.
Found on The Editors Round Table.
A few years ago the journalist who is
widely known as "gath" wrote a Fourth
of July article. With a fervid eloquence
he told how the effete monarchies of the
old world trembled in their boots when
they read the immortal words penned by
Thomas Jefferson: "Thrones reeled'
wrote the impassioned "Oath" , The
next morning he saw in type "Thomas
In the telegraph column of. a New
York newspaper some years ago appear
ed the following statement: "The Uari
baldians are throwing up retrench
ments," and Instead of saying the "solu
tion of the Roman question" the words
read "salvation of the Roman question."
A newspaper in Wisconsin made a ludi
crous blunder through a mistake in
punctuation, as follows: "'The proces
sion at Jutge Orton's funeral was very
floe, and nearly two miles in length, as
was the beautiful prayer of the Rev. Dr.
Swing of Chicago.
1 i ' 1 i . -, i hi
Com in Ins loners Proceed i ui;h.
Jan. mil, li'jo.
Bo:ir! of county cthuiIhj loners inet
1'reuent, commissioner Mettleu, Muug,
I'rocuuler an cli-rk.
On motion tile minutes of last meeting
Wf.rc read and corrected to rend bs follows:
On motion the county Treasurer l hereby
orcbTed and lnstnu ted to transfer the sum
of t-i. 17 from the county lio;id fund of Is!',
1 .61 from the county Itoud fund of IsjO,
ts.ll from the county ltond fund of Jsan,
S4.2" from the county lioud fund OI 1W4 to
the tleneral fund of ls'.i",
und$:S.iJ3 frotu the Brldtre fund of 18S9,
H5 " " " " "
21.07 ' " " " 1808
16.CS " " " " li4
1S.87 " " " " ' H'.l5
to the (ienerul fund of iW7,
and 117.21 from the sjieulal debt fund of lMtl
11VS9 " " " " ' " lHliU
10(1.00 " " (ieiieral " " lM.i
10O.U0 " " " ' " ISM
- 49.7H " ' Adevertlsinif to the Gen
eral fund of lxfl7.
j On motion commissioner Wo her is hereby
lUuthorl.od to count tlie rush mi hand in
t lie couniy "1 rensnrer'a ollico lit the clems of
' hli business oil Jan. Sth, IMls, uud tile Ilia
report with the comity clerk.
i motion the county clerk is hereby
j nutherl.ed mid lnstriii ted to purchase a
Typewriter, and equipments for use of same
for tlie clerks office.
On motion minutes of last meeting were
j On motion tho action heretofore taken by
j the llourd relative to the establishment of
' a county lioad petitioned for by II. S. Turks
and other also county ltoad petitioned for
', by II. S. t'loiiKli mid others be and the vfline
i is hereby reconsidered and all papers rclat-
inif to the ot.iib!Whuient and alteration of
said roads taken up and alter due consider-
fiition the Hoard hereby reject, all petitions
j mid applications relative thereto for the
; reason that the statu tiry requirements
; have not been complied with.
I on motion Hoard adjourned till 8 a. m
j Jan. li. It!. SI. J, ISl.SH ETT,
I , Clerk.
Harrison, veh,, I
Jan. I:!, lH'.:s (
I'.onrd met pursuant to adjournment.
1'resent, commissioner Mettleu, Sienff and
Proeutil'-r and clerk.
On motion the Hoard decided to have a
settlement with the county Treasurer and
proceeded to check the records of his olliee.
on motion Hoard adjourned till s a. m.
Jan. 13, ls'.n. Si. J. BLKWBTT, Clerk.
Harrison, Nbif I
: Jan. I;i, Is'.
Hoard met as per adjournment.
I'resent eoinnii ioncr Mettleu, Sieng and
I'roennjer and clerk.
On motion Hoard continued to check up
tho records in the county Treasurers otllee
On motion Hoard adjourned till 8 a. m. Jan.
14, IH'ih. M. J. ISMtWETT, Clerk.
Jan. 14, lsStH
Hoard nipt as per adjournment.
I'rcscnl commissioner Mettleu, Jlengaud
Procunicr and clerk. '
Hoard continued to check tins records of
tlie county Treasurer's office.
On motion Hoard adjourned till fl a. ni.
Jan. 1.1, WM. M. J. Hl.F.wr.TT, Clerk.
Jan. ir, In!'..
Hoard met ai per adjournment.
Present, cornnilnnloner Mettleu, SleiiK and
Frocunlor and clerk.
Hoard continued to cheek tho records of
the county Treasurer's office.
On motion Hoard adjourned till 8 a. m,
Jan. 17, lS!is. M. J. Hu:weit, Clerk,
Harrison, Neb. I
Jan. 17, SViH (
Hoard met as per adjournment,
i'resent, commissioner .Mettleii, Jleng and
Procunler and elerk.
Hoard continued to cheek tho records of
the county Treasurer's office.
On motion Hoard adjourned till 8 a. m
Jan. Is, lKtis. M. J. IlLLWETr, Clerk.
Harrison, N'eb. (
Jan. IS, ISM i
Roard met an per adjournment.
Present, commissioner Mettlen, MmiR and
Procunler and Clerk.
Hoard continued to chock tho records of
the county Treasurer's office '
On motion Hoard adjournad till 8 a. in.
Jan. 19, 1HM8. M. J . Hi.EWEtT, Clerk.
Jan. Hi, irfjn.
Hoard met as per adjournment.
I'resent, commissioner Mctllcn, Men; and
Procunler and clerk.
Hoard continued to check the recorda nf
the county Treasurer's ofllce.
On motion Heard adjourned till 8 a. ni.
Jan. 20, 1H. SI. J. HlkwstT, Clerk.
Harrison, Neb. I
Jan. lid, Ihim. I
Hoard met i per adjournment.
I'resent, commissioner Slettlon, Menu and
Procunler and clerk.
Hoard continued to chock the. records ol
the county Treasurer' ofllce.
On motion Hoard adjourned till 8 s. m.
Jan. 21, IBM. M. J. Hlkwett, Clrk.
Jan. HI, IHlrt.
" Hoard met as per adjournment.
Present, commlsalonnr Muttlen, Mong and
Procunler and clerk.
Hoard continued to cheek the record of
the county Treaniirer'i ofllco.
On motion Board adjourned 'till 8 a. m.
Jon. , law- M. J. Hlkwett, Clerk.
Jan. l, inns, j
Hoard mot ss per Adjournment.
ITnaent, commissioner Mettlon, Menf snd
Proounlcr and dark.
The following Offlolsl Bonds were present
ed and on motion approved
8"0, W. Rodger, Hoed Oremenr In Hist. Ko.
(Continued on Local rajfe.)
How To Kind Out
Fill a bottle or common glass with
urine acid let it stand twenty-four hours,
a sediment or settling indicates an un
bealthy condition of the kidneys. When
'fnno stains huen it is evidence of kidney
tumble. Too freijuent desire to urinate
r pain in the track, is also convincing
proof that the kidneys and bladerare out
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
ori-n expressed, that . Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Itoot, the great kidney remedy
fulfils every wish in relieving pain in
the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
every partof the urinary passages. It
corrects inability to hold urine and scald
ing pain in passing it, or bad effects fol
lowing use of liquor, wine or beer, and
overcomes that unpleasant necessity of
lieing com-H-lled to get up many times
during the night to urinate. The mild
and lie extraordinary effect of Swamp
Root is soon realized. It stands the
highest for its wonderful cures of the
nlost distressing cases. If you need a
medicine you should have the best.
Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and
one dollar. You may liave a sample
bottle and pamphlet "both sent free by
mail. Mention Tub Sioux County
Journal and send your address to Dr.
Kilmer & Co. , Iiinghampton, N. Y. The
proprietors of this paper guarantee the
genuineness of this offer.
Trees and Plants,
licncral Assortment of Nursery Stock.
Rest varieties for Nebraska.
Millions of Strawberry and Raspberry
Plants at wholesale and retail. Our
plants have been irrigated when needing
it therefore very thrifty and deep rooted.
Buy the best near home preventing loss
by delay and saving extra freight or ex
press from eastern points.
Write for price list to
NORTH REND NURSERIES,
North Bend. Dodge Co., Neb.
STOC K niiAXDS.
TllF.IoUR.VAt, will publish your brand, ike
the followinir, for fc.ixi, per year. Kueli ad
ditional brand 7j cents. Kvery lurmer or
ranchmen in Sioux and adjoining counties
should advertise their brands In Tiik.Jolr
N a (. hs It circulates all over the state, it
may be the means of saviuif money for you.
Fit, NIC NCTTO.
On left side of cattle and on left
, shou lder of borscu.
Kango on Antelope creek
I'. O., Ghilchrist, Sioux Co., Neb.
On left side or hip of cuttle, )
On left shoulder of horses, j
lliange on the head ol Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Siou-r. Co. Neb.
f. W. OAUEY.
ijMnn loft shoulder of cattle
isara ivitnire on i.ittio cotionwoou.
I'o. ., Crawford Nubr.
Final Proof Notices.
All persons havinpr final proof notices in
this paper will receive a marked copy of the
paper and are requested to examine their
notice and If any errors exist report the
same to this ofllce at once.
TIMHEtt CtJr.TlTKE, K1NAL PIIOOF.-NO-TICEFOK
Alliance, Neb., I
Oeo. 21, 1V7. j
Notice is hereby Klven thut Kohort Math
er of Cedar Haplds, Iowa, has filed notice of
intention to make final proof befote M.J.
lilewctt, Clurk DIHrlct CJonrt, at his office
in Ili'i-rlson, Neb., on tho 7th day of Febn
ary 1WS, on timber culture application No.
lr,3l, for the fi,K of S-Vi, and S4 S-W of
faction No. 20, In Township No. 3i North
Kango No. t West.
He names as witnesses:
K. A. Bioelow, V. B. HioEtow, Grant Octii
IK and ti. W. Hestek, all of llurrlson, Neb.
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A car-load of Wheatland Flour at
the RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE, at
prices that will defy competition any
where in the state.
The RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE is Head-quarters for
DRY-GOODS GROCERIES, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS
& CAPS, HARD-WARE & TIN-WARE &c, &c
Our Mono is, "LIVE and let LIVE"
We need money, and the people need our goods, bo coiro
in and see how cheap we can sell you goods for cash.
LEWIS GERLACH, Prop.
r"frimii in Mi'lrimii,-ifTixt
D. H. ORI8WOLD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
Omaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadroo.
Interest Paid on Time Deposita.
OT DRAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROTB.
HARNESSES 1 SADDLES
SOLD AT . '
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES, I ALSO HANDLE
Flour and Feed of all kinds
at my harness shop. .
Third Building West of J. H. Barter's Grocery Store.
EGGERT ROIIWER, Proprietor.
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You Get $195 Organ tor 8H.
YOU PAY FOR IT
WITH A FIVE DOLLAR DILL
down and 15.00 per month.
Guaranteed for 8 years.
and Catalogue We will tell you ali
friends about this now 21 your.
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