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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1899)
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HAIBISOT, THUBSDAY, J"U"LTS 15, 1899.
Cnr MU-'KO GUZSTICN 13 EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETTLED RIGHT." Hon. William J. Kryan.
Tha Sioux County Journal.
fhibsarirrtion Price, fl.00
OFFICIAL PAPCR OF SIOUX COUNTY.
1co. 1 (jinoii.
Kriten-d hi the llirriMHi jhjjI ollce an
croud cJasri i ui ier.
Thet'awfurd papers, who hive m ineoiwistetitly taken Mr. Caviu's
part iii tha tbhi'i-putubb) part lie has played relative to the appointmeat of
h-mself as brciud comou-Mooer. need tiwt worry about wlint that gent'o
' :n h '" I able to do at the, fall election, li s playel his h t
i .ihl last fall mid since In has been shown up in his trim lijjiit his ir;fluwe
will he like a cuts; of ire iu Hades. Mr. Cavin outs.de of politic; may he in
very cuuceivabU way a gentleman, hut politically there cannot be a ;.;rtat
r hvpr.:rit., in fact ho is a pol.tical nxr-Mrtcity. - I'.uy the Lord hao
mercy on his soul.
l'-y Ih appointment of 11. J. VAvwkII of thin place for one of the t!ir..-j
hriTnl cnnin.irsionVrH cf tin; state hy Guv. Povntcir Tuesday, w- Miovr lr
.vu-m-y displayed wi.,e judgement, as the, Jot i:nal beliuvea Mr MIhw t
v ill vivo universal satisfaction to the fusion fortes of North-west Nebraska
outside of thus who have heen worliinrf for tii ai pDia: i,n.;it of sotuu oit
lio W!1!i playing into tin; hami-i of Hon. A. !. I Vslu r an. I some of hh half
In-irt4?il r'ptib!ii'an fricruh w ho for tha saiis.of revenue only, would as soori
disrupt their own party as the reform forces. Vs, it is a J3 inch gun lirl
into their iat,ks an J the e.tplonioii of th h!k-il has ilone tht-ni fearful dam
jt. n t Sou.
inform a:d Trfasnrer if th owner of such l.'ve gtock, the number thereof the
brand tlier.K.11 nud the valu of tlw name together wit) the time and place at which
it is proposed to brinjj said Uv fctork across ton lina of the .Stato.
Bw. .!. The County Treasurer iton the r-ccipU ut kmcIi letter or other infor
mation, that stock has hi-c-n brought into his -o.!i)ty fro in outside tho Stale
aft.T April 1st in any year, shall iiiiinoiliattly. personally, or by d.-puty inspector
said li stock for the uirpose of taxation, nud !i..st-v!i ihf sanvc. And said Trean
urer so assemng rnul live stock at hereinbefore pr.vilt.sj, shall forvrith enter said
live slock upon tha assessment roll of said county fur the then current year; if
tho assessment roll for the then Current year has been completed, ho shall then
proceed to make a supplemental assessment roll on which all property of the like
claw shall la entered and 8hmjs.o;I. Such procvedintrs in all respects shall ba had
in refereuco to such supplemental assessment r,!l as am or may be provided by law
for the annual assessment roll. If such supplemental assessment roll thail he
mado or tiled subsequent to tho making of the cnaual tax levy, then it shall he the
duly cf the treasurer of said County to forthwith spread said annual tax levy upon
such nupplemenfal assessment roll and thesame proceedings shall he had for the
collection of the taxes upon said siippl jinetiUl roll as are provided by law for the
coI1ik;Uou of taxes upon tiln annual assessment roll of the county. If such County
Treasurer shall ileem it pecesr.ary he naiy doiimtid tlw immediate payment of tho
taxes duo iion the live slock referred to in this section, and upon refusal of such
payment such Treasurer is authorized and empowered to proceed forthwith to col
lect the same in the manner provided by law f jr the colle.-tion of delinquent taxes
upon personal property.
Sec. -1. If auv person shall fail, neglect or omit to pive the notice request-id
by Section 2 of thisAct, or shall iu any manner trade or attempt to evade any of
the provisions of this nd such person shall he gu.lly of a misdemeanor and upon
conviction thereof, shall he punished by a fine ,-,f not les than lift v dollars, nor
more than live hundred dollars or by imprisousK-rt in the County jml for a period
not exceeding six months or by both sucn line nrinq risounient.
Sec. r. Whenever any live stock shall be i rom.;ht into this Stale and the same
shall have been assessed as hereinbefore provided, then, ud from the date cf such
assessment, Mid live stock shall in ail respects I f) subject to the provisions of this
act, hereinafter contained, and the owner thereof shall in all respects comply with
the provisions of this act hereinafter contained,
Continued ne.t week.)
BON TON RESTAURANT.
l 1.3. BIGELOW, Prop.,
Candies, Nuts. Tobacco, KTuits, Dates,
Cakes, Pies, Bread, Stationary
EHTA Good Lunch Counter in Connection and Every Tiling
Sold at Living Price?.
POST OFFICE BUILDING, Harrison, IS eh.
Manufacturer and dealer
In Harness, Saddles, Bridles c-
Send in your Harness and Shoe re
pairing, and a first class job is
Some of the p-ent metropolitan, republican pa;n rs, ro do'.n every
tVm,- in their power to make the 0,.'iOn,OH(l silver vit s, who support-j.l Hon.
V.". J. P.ryau in l?Q3 believe that the silver issue is dieuj or tiat Uie domo
ATata: party is hoplu.sly divided on the Jissties 1o 1 e I rf :(. I t oct in the
impai;in Of 100!). They should wait till the preat dvmoer.Uic party in
f'oiivcntiou uasembled in KiOO f peaks ofiicially to the country than it will
will he time i;nout;h for republican parly and its newspaper advocate: to
,ay what tho issues will be. The great ifenincralu: parly will not tube
any bckward step in reforms which it advocated in 'i)0 neither will it in
what il should advocate in 1 900.
Garlick's soliloquy "You vas .shentleiaeim, Mr, Boyuter. I dink I
peeti already yet sometimes happy dot I get dot dom Caveu vera ho don't
von sell me some any prauds and marks; don't it? Vas I even gono to
soma legishlatur I vas Iecn so tickled!"
The above slur on th 'iermans of North wf st Nebr.rik.i at the expense
of Neighbor Oei'laeh of thii town shows tho utter contempt, that editor
Kteluni of the Tribune holds toward as ;;ood ciUxun as there are iu the
w holo country. If nei;,ddxr Oerlacb were aidmmed of his nationality, he
t'ui In wutl justly d.-sirve tint kind of criti iUn, li it In is'nt
Mid his pn'riie and irivate character will compare with Brer Xeteham's or,
even Mr. Cuvins public and private character.
The indications are that tho triple political nlliuti'-e will he renewed
iiextjeur, we rcali.e that this combination polled a majority of
the white vote m e get an idea of its potency. X. Y. Sun.
Hmii hole heap of fun for the Tribune to notj this popolenio
intirnecine wiirfitro up in Ibis section, as it presages a republican victory
iliis fall, (iarlii I: is now even with Cavin, and honors are even letweeu
Lawes and Sions couti'ies. Hut it's Mr. t'avin's next deal, boys, and (lout
you forget it. Crawford Tribune.
W. t;, (tuvin, the man who done the dirty work for ('apt- A. (1. Fisher
and the 'Republican party last fall, no doubt, exausled every resoure-e that
is know, ij lo a traitorous politician. Mr. Cavin has been pbce l before
the neople of North west Nebraska in his true light, and the reform forces
that stand for principal, will ste that he does not work no more underhand
or Government Mcr.sy.
U. S. Reservoir Act.
At close of 0';r Civil YV'r.r in 1SC5,
I'.ierc ij-.e.treJ i:i the London 'I inie?
ths f.diir.vin :
"If t hit mischievous iinar.chl jiol
icy wliich hid its origin in the North
American l-lcpublic during the iutc
Civil War in taat country, should be
com: indurate'.! do'vn to a fixture,
thsn that government will furnish its
money without cost. It will have a
the n.oncy that is necessary to carry
0:1 its trade and rommercp. Itwi'.i
heonvj rosp':rous beyond j.-reccdertt
in thi hi.-.iory of ciio'hsed nations of
tiie world. Ths brain and wealth of
aii countries will go t: North America.
THAT GOV KTiNMKNT MUST LE
DF.-il'ROVr.!) OR IT WILL 1)1-
jvi'uoY !;vi:ky monauciiy on
Tie I'tnous Utz,tard ciretilar, to
cs i".i: i.i .'c;v York, artd the Luell
P..t!.!; circtilar to United :.'ates rank
er,, both cm an .din:' from London, and
t!ie fabulous corruption fund raised in
1'iigiand and Germany, estimated at
'ft, 5 30, ceo, vcre t!r.' agents that se
cured the elobhij of our mint against
Tiii "walk into my parlor" policy
of ,:i.'J.in i, tl'tring a:u! since the
;'p"!:i.h AYar, is Uv; L:test evidence
of L'r.t;ii,;h Diploiaacy in shapinj; the
d.stiuy of the United States Govcra
ment. Not.vi.'hstar.dir.;; the famine price
of tv heat, the Sp.iiiir.h War, and fabu
lota; txpctidiptres of money Ly our
p;o cr.iio rut tt'ii t:i:i tnc past year, : . ij
lias ii.crtu'i :d 1:1 value t lc en per t f f it.
and a.i other values decreased in the
"Bj it enacted by the senate and House of Representatives of the Unit d States
of America in Congress assembled. That aqy person live-stock conany, or tratis
jiortiition corporation engnged in breeding, grazing, driving or transportatmg liv.-
stock may construct reservoirs upon unoccupied public laivbi of the United States
not mineral or otherwise reserved, for the purpose of furnishing water to such
live stock anil shall have control of such reservoirs. Under regulations prccrihed
by the Secretary of the interior, and the lands upon wliich the same is constructed,
not exceeding one hundred and sixty acres, so long ns such reservoir is maintain
ed and water kept therein for such purposes: Provided. That such reservoir
shall not be fenced and shall be open to tho free use of any person dcmrii g to wat
er animals of any kind.
Sec. 2, That any person, live-stock company, or corporation desiring to avail
themselves of the provisions of this act shall II lo a declaratory statement in the
United States land office in the district where the laud is situated, which state
ment shall describe the land where such reservoir si to be cr has tieen considered
shall stute what business such corporation is engaged-in; specify tlw capacity of
the reservoir in gallons, and whether such company, person corporation has filed
upon other reservoir sites within the same county, and if so, how many.
Sec 3. That at atiy time after the completion of such reservoir or reservoirs
which if not completed at the date of the passage of this act, shall he constructed
and completed within two years after filing such declaratory statement, such per
son, company, or corporation shall have the same accurately surveyed, us herein
after provided and shall file in the United Slates land ollice in the district ir. which
stich reservoir is located a map or plat showing the location of such reservoir,
which map or plat shall be transmitted by the register and receiver of said United
ritntcs land olflce to the Secretary of the Interior and approves! by him, and there
aftersuch land shall be reserved from sale by tho Secretary of the Interior so long
us such rewrvoir is kept in repair and writer kept therein.
Sec, 4. That IJongress may at any time amend, alter, or repeal this act.
.North I'latt'i Independent Era.
Wyoming Stock Migratory Law,
He it cnuricA hy the IsyMttwr. of Ihe St lie, 0 Wynmlii'j:
Section 1. All live stoi k shall lie listed for tnxation in the county in whic h
tlte ame shall be located on the II rst day of April in each year. All live stock
which shall 1m brought into Ihe State after the first day of April in any year
.shall be immediately listed for taxation in the litst county which the same shall
8c, 2. Tim owner, ngent, manager or foreman of any person, corporation
or association proposing to bring live stock into this State, after the lirst. day of
April In ny year, chail at least ten days prior to the time it is pressed to move
Mid live lock acre the line of the HUle, forward to the Treasurer of tho county
40l9 wliich it Ispropoaed to Urst bring said live itoek, a registered lUer shall
For a ihorr.u .') isndeTetnr.ding cf
the money ipaMion. or silver i-.-tue,
the Cincinnati J'.tttjttirer has uniformly
ro.i ;i evidc'iec d its abiii'y to teach,
explain and produce all fads and
truth. It 1.5 a piper that ou;dit and
can be read by all classes with pleas
ure and profit.
Is a blooded, black Norman,
hig-M.red, 4" years-old;- hie
vo;;-?i;i..Tiul! t. CONK will
mafc the season, 1899, at the
residence of Jkkky Will, iH
miles north of llarrinon.
Ti'diMS: &-, to insure and
money due when Mare is
known to be with foal.
Will try to prevent all ac
cidor t '. but I will not bo re
sponsible tdiould any occur.
FIXE WORK. A SPECIALTY
STRICTLY CASH: HO EXCEPTIONS.
OUR CLUBBING LIST- "I
!M The Siorr Cocnty Journal and JotTitNAL of Aop.ioULTfRE 1 Year, - $1.75 '&
H " " " " " TWIOE-A-WKEK WoRLD-HEliALI) " - 1.70 g
" " " " " Thkice-A-Week-World, (N. Y.) " - 1.70 K
P, '' ' " " " Silver TCnioiit Vato'imn (D. C.) " - 1.75
j " " " ." " CreasNATi Weekly Enquirer, " - 1-53
Tin; Jocrnal will publish yoar brand, like
the following, for SCiCO, per year. Each ud
ditional bruud 73 conta. Kvery tanner or
raneliiTien In Slonx am arljolnSng counties
si!iy advertiiie their breads iu TsruJoua-
KAi-as it clrtuiates iht over u.s slate. It
ray bo the means of savlni; money for yoa.
iXotico for Publication.
Jet at Ai.uasck, Neil, June 14, lf.Ctt.
: U hereby frlvi-u Unit the toUuwtng--
.ettler li'is II ied noliee of his tnteti
nin'te tlri.il r.ronf In Riijinort of his
(inim, mi. I Unit, said proof w ill be uueio tsi
torn (aerie of Oiiirlct. Court, at lliirrtson,
Nrliri-'iin, 011 July M, UW, viz: Ootlleib
Knoifil il.irri.Mja. NebKi.Kii, who made lb
V.. No. 4 : f2. for t:m Sv;s-i:i f ee. 2a and 8'
H-Vi '4.f :. 1 wi: E'i, N. Kiuiro M VV.
It-' f iune the follow !n,' witne-crts Improve
ills e-:iti:iuiit reMidciu:e upon and cultiva
tLoii if stud land, v i :
JUiAail Kuorl, A. J. Hoi-art, Otto Tietze
Hint irioig'i! Ciiiit, till of Harrison, Neb.
I M. DoliiiiMToN, li(tster.
The undersigned is as?
ent for tht! celebratetl
David Bbadley, WivdMotoi:,
Improved Wind Mills,
tin; best made. I am
also prepared to furn
ish on pliort notice first
Pumps, I'ljics, Wood & Klecl Towers,
Tatdis or nuytlilng in Hip lino
of" pump repairs, AT LOWEST
Write me for (tinintes be
fore rontnietiiip; el-iewliere.
You will save, money hy it.
AbPKDis-JOIIX S. AS11TON,
Arilmorc, S. Duk.
Mr. John llevins. editor of the Plw
Alilhou, Iowa, says; '! hnv Used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dior
rhooa llemedy in my funiily for fifteen
years, have recommended it to hundreds
of others, and have never known it to
fail In a single instance. For sale by
Dr. J. E, Phiuncy. .
i Contest Notice.
EvSl'It!) $T.VTE'5 1.ANII OffiVK,
? Ai.uanck, NF.n., June 7, IS!)!).
A SHttlelont contest ulttdnvil, naving been
filed li til in odlrii by Juy K. Nweondi, eou
tescit, (calnit ItOineatead entry .No. 9i2,
mml July Id, k, for K'i S-WVj und W'i
S-KUfceetton WTownshiiiaO, N. liange 63 West
by ikiUia J.uiii; (.'onteslee, in whlenitls
Rlleff'l that: the rlaliiuint 1ms jibandonnd
llio Suine for morn tlmu six montlis last
niiKf u'ld reinivetl her reidenre llii:rfroni
and ha'k' tract Is not cultivated nor tmprov
ed. nid jmrtiM are hereby notified to ap.
p; ar, renpoud mid otter evidence touehiupf
mid UltiRatliiii at 10 o'clock a. m., on July
'il, CO, b-Oii'c T. J. O'Kcele, T'. S. Commlf
slonetst his ollice lit t'rawlord, Nebrsskii
and that HhhI henrlnij will be held at to
o'clock a. m., on July S!l, IsfiS, befoie the
Hoglster and Kncnlver, nl the United Wtutes
I.nnd (MUce In Allliinee, Nebraska.
Thei'iild eonli'staiit havintO Is a proper
snidavlt, tiled Juned, IHi'J, net forth facts
s hleli xleiw tlml lifter dim dillsteiire, pers
onnl rrvvlee of this notice run not be made.
i t Is hereby ordered nnd directed that audi
nolle") lie (,'Hen by due and proper publica
tion. V. M. I)okisi;tos,
Xf IT'S 'J SI I (T "Th" wont form, pml-
J.'.'"ti.l pra at 1' 1 " .Iment winfl'lrntlnl. Ouret
!'-eiitl '.Tie ti.i'i. 'ltn.i' v. Onf'irtloo H!iink npU
Wn. C411 ur rll. pit. W'RJ INSTITUTE,
t ;.:f.'U a vovk:
'"Lt I ' V'iv4 er rVotl f If
i rwna lur CkuIujiuj of
:.m:'i.v I X'f
f I. (- ! .I.1W tl.iruM.. (i
j V lJ. & J itin lin Co.,
I Rcrl. illi-i'di. tS-'iiftS
On left side of cattle and on left
shoulder 01 hordes.
lVinpeon Aiitelojjo ereek
1'. ('., Oliiichnst, Sioux Co., Neb.
On let t side or hip of cattle, j
3 on let t shoulder of horses. I
j"V Uangs on tho head ol Warbonnet
Address Harrison, Sioux Co. Neb.
fir&k fr-Son left shoulilei- of cattle
tSwsSitm ItaiiKe on Little Cottonwood.
1 j. ., cruwiuro ieui.
ADVERTISE YOUR STOCK BRAND
, CHARLES VMPilENOTJB
i The brand roprsented In this notice
.. e- and branded any where on leftside
of horses and ' ' -i
.1 ',"""3 i-iu the L L brau any where o
IK ' s H 'eit side of cattle beloatc to the
; tiuiRi.rs UwfaEsoDR.
f'3."l The biand represented In this notice
KS and branded any where ou left side
K5'.rl of cattle, and over-lap etst from the
I1 Also the same brand on left thiKh of
horse., belongs to the undersigned.
KsbiBO near East Springs, south part it
Sioux county. eHAKCES Newmak,
THE SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL
Good Hay & Stock
Ranch for sale.
Harrison, - - - - Nebraska
(PCAPITAI, STOCK PAID IN - -Orb
SURPLUS AND PROFITS - -
P. E. Bukwster, President. C. F. Coffkk, Vice President.
ClIAS. C. JaMEHOxV. A. McGinlky,
I). II. GarswoLD, Cashier.
WESTERN NATIONAL RANK, New Yomc
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK, Omaha, Neb.
-:INT lvREST PAID ON TIMK DEPOSITS.
Mr. P. Ketcham of PiUo City, Cal.,
says: "Durin"; my brother's late sick
ness from sciatic rheumatism. Chamber
lain's Pain llahn was the only remedy
that save him any relief.'" Many others
have testilied to the promdt relief from
nain which this liniment affords. For
sale by Or. J. E. Phimiey.
AOENTH wanted-fou T1IK LIKE AVI)
Achievements of Admiral liewey," the
world's luiviil hero. Ilv .Miirut Hnlsteiid, the
111 e-lonsf friend and admirer ol the nutlon's,
Idol. UlKKeHt und brut boo k; over iVW pafjes
Sxiolnehes; nearly let) pni?es Imll'tona llhint.
mlions. Only t,M. Knoriuoua deiitsud'
lllK (.'uiniiilsslons. Outtllfree. I huiice ol n
lilelhne, W rlleuulck. The Hoiiiinloii Com
pntiy, Hrd Floor I'uxtou Illkg., Chicago. -
LSTTLE LIVER PILL
6old by all 4rnccits
or sunt by miiL
JNcrtlU Mallcal U., Okajt
Sold lijr Dr. i. E. Pliinuey.
- 4 a.
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