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Tto Sioux County Journal.
Subscription Price, $2.00 L.J. SImms, . . Editor. Enured at toe Harrieon pom office u arc- VBU r 1 KM BHUT. A party of pupliKta wanted to give an exhibition at Beatrk recently but could not get a hall. Hat speaks well for the morals of Beatrice, It would be a good tiling- if otlier towns would fol low lier example. Tht-kdat, Dbctmrer 5, 1S89. Mrs. Clara B. Colby lias changed tlie publication of her journal, the H'omdn't Tribune, from Beatrice to Wasliinjrton, D.C. Tlie Grip, published at Nonpareil, has been moved to Alliance, as a democratic paper cannot live in Nannareil. The E.r- prei, which has been run as a democrat ic sheet with Sirs, B. W. Raymond as . wLMCMiasue moveu to nonpareil Another bur nianufactunnir ludufctrv ...:n i. j , , . . . , - , , . , , i w issutru iu luxure uy iter nus- ,7, T f band as a republican paper. Tim fact eu ,t by faying 000 Thus , of tovi m Krmw i.uiv j ii u.-ii aicu auu uiiih ni..i ; r i i. J4 . ' , , , . scuiw in onts Kimuv is very convetnent another mstanc-e noted thai mahiifac- appareotly. w -dld not Heath Jo likB. 1 uririfr -j Jilt n I tail 1 :ir a vru.lnt.n 1, i i ra tion. the It has M ilet'ji Ml hv 4lw Kljl.. lunl. I K Spp c line Vloen -i..,-, ;.,.1 . ., ing board tliat there can be no such j superintendency of tlie western division tiling 4l.n 1) .. t .L- ....... j .f tk T 1? t fit .1 luins uimci me law ui uie Hiaie as a r, ct m.. . to nu me vacanrv branch bank, and consequently al! banks caused by Mr. Mahannu lieing transferred must be organized and operated inde- to the eastern division. Mr. Seely ha: iiendently. It is alsfp lield that a savings been with the company for a lomr time bank cannot be conducted in connection and has lield responsible positions, and with commercial banks. If the same his promotion to the important nosition i . - activity is kept up by the banking board of division suierinteitdeitt is an acknowl that has marked Uieir actions so far, tlie banks of Nebraska will be got in pretty good shape. A North Carolinian recently engaged in making moonshine whiskey in the south part of Gage county, near the Kansas line. It was a largestill( having a capacity of 1,800 gallons per month, and had only been in oeration about two weeks before it was spotted by the internal revenue officers and gathered in. Deputy Collector Kerr, assisted by W. L. Hall, did the work in the case ad are entitled to credit for their alertness. The operator has not yet been apprehended, but the U. S. marshal will lookafterhim, edgementof his worth. It is to lie hoped that he will be as satisfactory to the jieople along his lines as was his pre decessor une oi our iom reporters tells us that a Pine Ridge agency Indian gave one of our citizens a sound "drubbing" one evening this week. It seems that tlie citir-en was devoting too much at tention to a dusky maiden a little half- breed and Mr. Indian proposed to teach his pale-face brother better manners, and he went about it in a systematical way. ne nrsi nucmxi up nis team and trot in readiness to start for Pine Ridge agency, then getting another Indian to hold his team, he "lit down" on Mr. Citizen in regular Sullivan style. As soon as he had finished the little job in good style he jumped into his wagon and left for home. This little affair is the best evi dence of civilization among the Indians that we have heard of for a long time Ruahvrue Standard. Washington Letter. "Washington, Nov, 2, In the speakership light, sectionalism lias overcome every regard for the er- sonal qualifications in selcctimr a parlia mentary leader by looking into his head rather tlian his post office address, has been thrown to the wind. If this course is allowed to govern tlie caucus it is as likely as not that the next speaker of the House will be as weak a presiding of ficer as was tlie monumental Keifer of Ohio. It is easily understood that the speakership of the Fifty-first Concress will prove no sinecure. Tlie two parties in tlie house are nearly etiual in strenirth and the avoidance of wrangfes and dead locks will call for all the abilitv availa ble. The work of the session will be most arduous. After the conflict over the adoption of the new rules which will lie inevitably of the warmest and most harassing nature has been concluded, tht tariff will be dragged into the arena. the henate Hill will be only a ball for the House cat to play with, and the buf feting it will receive will continue for weeks. A national bankrupt law. a na tional education law, a national election law and other national laws galore, are a few of the ghosts that will sit at the banquet of the successful candidate. Congressmen Tie selection of Reed as speaker of tlie lower house of congress meets with gen eral approval, although it was desired by tlie west that a western man lw chosen. Major McKinley, of Ohio, will oe cnairman or the committee on way and means, that being the most imtwr- taut position in tlie gift of tlie speaker. This will place tliat gentleman ill a - sition where he can render excellent ner vice, and still leave him on the floor of the house wliere he wields a great influ ence. 31r. Keed is working closely to Uie administration and tlie commitws appointed by him will be made tip so as to oest carry out the policy of the Har rison administration. One thin? is no ticeable thus far since the republicans re gained control of the machinery of the government and tliat is tliat Benjamin Harrison is president, and tliat he has some excellent help around liim. Warden Hopkins recently made a strike in the re-capture of Harry Hall who escaped from the penitentiary alwut two years ago. He was sentenced to spend his life in the en for killing a man in Cheyenne county during a oimr- rel. He was made private mvrpfii-u k. Warden Nobes and retained in that no- , . i suion ny w arden Hyers. An attempt was made to secure a pardon for him. but that failing, he took advantage of tlie liberty allowed him by the prison of- hcialsand made a break for lihertv. Warden Hopkins has followed the man. by means known to detectives, all over the western part of the Uuited States and at last quietly dropjied on his man somewhere in Utah. HOLIDAY GOODS! I have received tny stock of holiday goods consisting of Toilet sets, manicure sets, etc., also a fine line of lamps, toys, china cUps and saucers, jewelry, etc., And invite all to call and see them when looking for HOLIDAY PftESEXTR -O- isfi.it stock: o& DRUGS and WIS Is also full and complete. C. H. ANDREWS. are cominsr to town It is reported all along the line of the BW old members; shy new members Elkhorn went of Chadroa that people men whose hearts beat high with hope, are demanding better tram service, and men whose hearts beat low wiih in rom Dnurlas comeu the ramrl that. difference. Knmi rf liUU traveling public express themselves as drive from the railway station in tar intending in future to change at Craw- nages to fashionable residences and ho ford and go east over the B. & JL asthat te'K. and others trudge, cheap erin and line runs passenger trains, with sleepers attached, so that a trip is much more pleasant. It is evident that the Elkhorn people will be forced to put on passenger service in order to hold their share of the business from the west. It takes a good while sometimes for a railroad company to get their eyes open to such matters, but as a rule they get around to it after a while and then do better than their competitors in order to make amends for previous shortcomings. It is to be hoped that it will not be lone until the Elkhorn people will see that it is to their interest to put better train service on this line. The amount of travel would no doubt be greatly in creased, for an it is at present no one makes a trip unless it is absolutely ne cessary for them to do so, Some of the papers in the eastern part of this congressional district have men tioned Hon. Loran Clark for the govern 'or candidacy next fall It is questiona ble whether such candidacy would be advisable. It is pretty well understood that Dodge county wil have a candidate for that position and a great many have already expressed themselves as favora- 'Me to Uie image county man, although - Mr. Richards has not stated that he is in the Be Id, but the course pursued by his 'friends has been such that there is little question in regard to the matter. Mr. (stark is a good man and one for whom 'we have very warm friendship, having 'tnown him for several years, but it is historical fact that the North Platte ' country" has not always sot what it -justly entitled to at the hands of the state convention simply on account of division among the delegates from this 'district, and it is to be hoped that no er rors will be made whereby all the non et's will go to tbe South Platte part of ; the state. Candidates for governor are springing up all over the south and east part of the state and the result will be a division of strength on the ' nominee for chief executive among the delegates from that section and if the north Platte 'stands solidly for a man for that office there is no reason why bis nomination cannot be secured. Mr. Clark has bean honored with the nomination for one state office, sad although he was defeat ed, it Was by ths action of those who ought to have stood by him, he has to occasion to feel disgraced for no man can suocsssfnlly fight eneaaies secreted in tlM caws of his friends. We do not bs 1 Nfw that Mr. lark will Jeopardise ths lyroiy of sscsssfths) party in bis Wykybsta sv oatalttrto, thanhy fTl rilif iMinf n ImUi mediaval silk hat, to dingy boarding house. Between the rich congressman and the poor congressman surges a so cial and financial sea as broad as the At lantic, In the wake of this legislative influx comes tlie camp followers, lobby ists, men after offices, men with bills, men with business and without business. A i At.:.. .n . . . a. una season oi me year the officer in charge of the police station thinks noth ing of locking up the mild mannered old crank, who asks lodgings until next Monday, when he "will be all right," as he "has come down to represent tlie First Vermont District in comrress Now, also, the detective at tbe railwav station keeps a bright look-out for the advance guard of the swell mob and per suades "Confidence Jimm v." from New York, that the climate of Wasbiugton is too rich for his cold northern blood, and invites him to return to the home nest before it is too late Ex-Speaker Randall's condition is such that it is feared tliat he will not be able to attend congress during the first few- weeks of the session at least He is still confined to his bed, and is more cheerful under the restraint than might be ex pected of a man naturally so nervous. mis mind is entirely unaffected and he manages, with the assistance of a pri The building occupied by the Trilniiw at Minneapolis burned a few days aao. causing a great destruction of nropertv and the loss of a number of lives. Only inu or unve issues oi the paper were missed, and its publication will now ron tinue without interruption. Some blame for the loss of life is charged to the man who had charge of the building, it being claimed that there was not sufficient means of escape from the upper stories. A son of Mr. M. D. Pusser, a merchant of GibralterN. C. was so badlv afflic'. ed with rheumatism for a year or more, as to be unable to work or t'o to school His father concluded to try Chomlwr- Iain's Pax Balm on his boy. It soon cured him and he has since walked anfl a half miles to school and back ev ery school day. 50 cent bottles for side by C. H. Andrews The board of supervisors ' of Knn county have instructed the county atr torney to collect from the bondsmen of ex-Treasurer Charles J. Kadish 5.fl3l nue the county from him. The bonds men will make the deficiency trood nnrf take their chances for reiniburstnejit (n the property turned over by Mr. Kadish. For pain in the stomach, colio and :holera morbus there is nothim b.tf than Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnH iarrhoea Remedy. For sale bv c W Andrews. Something lew In addition to my stock of Fresh and Salt Meats I have just put in a large supply of FLOUR -A.2STID FEED, And also a Fine Line roceries My stock is all NEW and FKESH and I invite all to call and GET MY PRICES. Celebrated "STARLIGHT FLOUR" $1.30 Per Sack, GEO. H. TURNER. the Board of fliarrh Kitnlon a , siivsnui aiin 11 V . M fendssfai. will U no. 7t "JHJ the objKt and pryr of whlob ,3 am of two humlml ...A ... "". i enw th.t defendant be reqSlr? t,nJ mm or that mttit nr.n.i.. PI ntlrfvihemoi.,,tf,.. V.""' H You ii ro rpQuirrd tn n.." .... I on or before Mr.ml.. T'l PI ..,.vr " ay 1 rrrLor.r Lenses rosriKT pJ . luirnejr. Nntlee i.ri n.ii tT. S. Land OIBce, J UMrot,, j.J tbi.oAc. by Arthur p. H,r!,"l th H and iDi ; 8tou con nl v Ww-hrir- Z?i?ri lP'' r cancrlUtiOn of mniii fntrr; the JJ7J are hereby uinnionvi to aniMr t 5 OVIoClf A. OI.. to rfmnnnrf .7?' in Hrrt,n, Neb., on ibe fttdd'yof I iV.i iT ' ' ' "' r rtw, h,A , . - - J OfQ VoUoi of Content. IT. S. Iand Offlce, 1ilron. Ke rompl,nt No. 11-44 hvi,lft wn enU.J ohert smith for ro..M . tr, ti.,.V.,T.. .I"" . ""piy win k-tnbi-r 7. 11, uK)ti tho m.v w li'Tn' .J 'th i4 f . jUf to ntow Vu .tUnV! IM Mx-T 7. 1M9. Tb I1 p ,rt1..', sV h 4 until rvi.vri.! I. . u ....... .u a'K "I dyof lieeeinher. I, at 10 o'clock 1 rnond m.d furnl.h U-sthnony couci j ...... . . ..... . . innfflm will butnk ljl.ll",,,,!Ji,'l?rA",,H' on the th .lj I '-"I T. r. Powers, Ei-cei vate secretary, to do a vast amount of work. Secretary Blaine this week Magnificent dinner at the Normandie to the delegates to the International Marine (conference. Covers were laid for sixty two. The table was charming. The center was a bank of foliage and cut Dowers from beneath which came th glow of scores of incandescent electric lights in many soft, rich colors. Around this bank ran a wide border of red nlunh I on which trailed a line of smilax, be neath which at intervels glowed electric lights, with shades in the shape and col or of rooming glories. At the four cor ners stood figure pieces, the most strik ing being a full rigged ship and a model of the statute of liberty in the New York Harbor. After coffee and dears. Secretary Blaine rose and said: "I am an oppo nent of after dinner speaking, and shall impose no such task upon aov one here. oeiore we go, however, 1 desire to say that, speaking for the Uuited States, we are glad to welcome the representatives oi twenty-five nations, met for such purpose as has drawn vou toirsther. ask you to drink with me hut one toast May UI meeting of this conference be remembered with much pleasure on bud. fld result to atr. safety on ThesiasU.rBBiitf.dBSBfctsM toast with ffi-VFBEEN2 H'ft KEtV .WortkaiOO.t&w. 13. Iwat'-b In llie tvurid. I'nrfwct Uinektvwr. Wintuudbnivt. ."ub i)Lu btiHbufr cat's. Both ladiei' and gem nut svith worki n.H rannaJ valu. flvn ituiAai. fre, tr--ibr out )v 'sasaBBsieA. Tke nnuH. n a the watch, tr tVetr, Ail tka stork o m "JVBi jtn in-m T rriDKI ui vBlBAbie rnute fur us, whu:h holds for y n wlim once tUrtrd, b4 thu w nr repaid. W pay all mtrtm. fteirftl. etc. After kew all, it yo woo!4 lik.tr to go to work 1-t us. vrm ran urn frosB 9 MO lo SOtf P wttk and uj.vrardJ Al-lra. Jbtiasoa Al Co., Mi I . In.Mu. .,' fries'! and CHAMBERLAIN'S Eye and Skin Ointment. A certain cure for Chronic Rnr pM Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Old Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema, Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples and Piles. It is cool in it nnil rnt,iT, Hundreds of cases have been cured bv uaiwraii oiner treatment had failed. 26 and 60 ent boxes for sale by . C. H. Andrews, Druggist GEORGE WALKER, Altoruey.at-Low. , V111 nraflici! tx-forp nil courts nnd the V. i. ijinii umw. Huiiihhd (ntrut to my care will receive prompt attention. HARRISON. - - NEBRASKA. ihsts coma IW AYEliftCCV WUIH.V FREE t e4Flr I M unfitiBitl, rd to Iritrftdof uirrtwr'dwwHlw'dri( abo, mly tb'r tbo wrtw f us at out ran make aur f mam ti to show oof d t i ( tho Shu rail ytmt Rritrhbe and th- arannd Thr b. ( Ta followtaj rat tflrm th appranr otit rt4.r4 to L. O. HULL, Attiirncj-at-Lsw. HARWfiOS, - . .NEBRASKA. Ci E. HOLMES, Attoney-at-Law. All btinlnem rntruiood to hi cure will crlvu prompt and e ireful ultentlon. office with Jones & ver.ty. HARIUSON, . - NKBRASKA. 3 ah...if tti. HhttU nan f It. I.nti. t. i. . . . 77 I.. ou.ni. mtt ici. .j. ulirn uji 'r to f irrj. W. will .1. .how M kiiw yam en m.k? from '. to a H.f .1 Imt, ttow tbi tun with. Mil.KtriMi BrttnonlMKmrc w- .1 .11 .lntMci-k.m. tMn-.H HAU-tTT CO.. H IHr Vvstu, HawI B. E. Brewstxk, President. C. F. Corm, Vice Pre. HA8. C. JAME80X , Cashier. Commercial Bank. JE3COTOBATXD. -A. ieneral Banking Business TRANSACTED. READ THIS? TWO PAPERS FOR THE PRICE OF 1 THE SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL And the AMERICAN FA EM SEW8 one year for Two Dollars. t To every one who pays for a year's subscription to The Jocmal in advance we will send them in addition, postage paid, for one year the celebrated farm daper, "American Farm News." Or Offer Ho. 2. IX T. CON'LEYi Attorney-at-Law. Special attention given So LAND PRACTICE. OHi. Ht u,, old HUind with U:ly i p,lkid. Harrikos, - . . .N'ebrahka. MRS. L. J. SiMJION'S, Dress Maker. 8t!ufiM-tlon ruitranteed, HARWROS, - . KEBRASKA. Not Ire of font!. I. 8. Lund Olllw, r-hndron, N.-I) . 'kUitior 1, IKH. Conlilslnt Vo 1734 lmvlK bin w, n U nfHc liv Chute v .... , tin.h. -..if..-.. .. . "''""'i"y n mw branliH. wltbn vh-w U) Kip -imot!l:,1f1, ... iiiiiT , iiminwi MIlfKlllK that clulit.B.it f.OWfl Uj hn-h i)rcw,. " n r-ii mud ir irt diirhlK the mid woimI ywr. nnd f lo nliint hptpm rifir-ints f I... Ki.t ... .... 11 1 innde Ht.d h , rnil.-d u, pure H:iid di fm d(it.of liiltlntlnir.tlilD coeitl. Thrxild p-irlii Br hfrihv minnimni pH.'iirnt thin olti on the Sfith day of n Imt. IKHtl. Bl. Ift ..'..1..1, ' . funiih t'tlnony cu'irrninK mihi si ffttliirp. T.'.tlnio-,.v of wltm. ( ii n IjffiirB John A. f.rwn. h Notn-o pm.n lilsoftl I i Ku-.t lti(E v in-r prwfi,pt cou-. tv, Nrbr k--, on the sard d.iy of S0, T-K. rowsiid, Ri-crivJ FIXAL PROOF 0TU ES. All tXTwni. havlin aniil nrwf notlfJ ..... wi,, rm.n(. niarkro winy of P'Prnd Hro m)0H to exmu l notiw mid If Hiiy firrorn kxM riMwrt aiiiotothisofftwatouw. ' W. E. PORTER, Contractor and Builder. KHtlniHtPHOn Rll tlnd,,f n,rn. w.,TO.,u,ly given. MaUnfartlon gnarnntwil. flan furnished at reiwouablo rate, BARWSON, . . fJEBRASIA. L. E. BELLEN i SON, Wagon and Carriage Makers. Repalrtnf dons on abort notice. Oood work snd reasonable charges. Shop outn of livery bam. HAKRBOK, . . . LEWIS H. MYERS, PlMterer aa4 Brick Layer. lllfell alty. Pay required. BARH1SOM, atlafaetlou or no IfBMASKA. We will send the papers as above and also tbe Wcttern 8tJcman and Culti- vator (a 16-page semi-monthly) for Now is the time for tr twr tar tar m TRDAX.SNTDERACO. Blkiailtk, Crriafe ssd WacoaSaoa. la.. hb5pn"l"X: ,r?,,n Prc HARBBOti, KKBBABKA. COOK. AOATB Rpaiwna D. Brand c on left iaw u..l... . ...... Rod-Ur., t raft anTsaddle rJ and black Polled catthj. Vritli-n fr rnbiisinn. Ind Omi t Chadron, NctiraKLi, Koltre In herrby (rived (h it t'hn folloJ n.lnnll .... lnv k .. .. Mi.... . . . I - iiuhit: nm Jf, t on to nmkc fliml proof in mipport of Hlm, and th-.il wild proof will b.. iivf fori. M. 1' KlnkliJ, jndKo of t.hp lii rourl, or In hi alwnr tn'forc tlie rh-rk KMtd t'Olirl Ht Hi.rrlM.v.. ILfll.h.b.. n t.. !' 'b'0. Vnlir of Harrison, Who rnnrlp ll U Vn (Art f..p ... , 1 W k mw W ti a W . t'f K in ;L! p 'a In- imim-x tin; lollowiiiK itMi'sP to in ...r- ....... M.iwun n:mnt'l- UjMJIi ui! t-uj! lion ol .Utl Uiid, vm: i biiiip Mcc.winil mii,..liol liuiriwxi, 'hr k;.. I'-'"! rt . ij. j)cCAy, Ri giNf NOTRE OK I'l'ill.K.'ATlON. iJiiid i.ftice t t h..tIroii, i.'brajka, i.-iiiolKT 3;. iwfc. Ol.cl? 1 niTlsl.V K.MMi 111 t me follllW l.o.i Ui .... 1... I... ... ...r ... it..u. r.l vluliu, and tu .t .,iu proof Ui Ik- ii.o'ln - niun.uu, juuge oi tun Uli ol lliudintnct court, at ilarrlsou, hi'b., uvouiber In, idev, vis; hololiion K. htoty, ol Graimuftrrr, Neb who Iliad)) II V. Miitrv Nn 117 fur !.. p I l ne "ir !; a, imil t qr nw qr sec 9 ip r tn. fi ii.uui-K the IoIiowIiik wHuriwa prove In cotilinuouq rtidiuce upon cultivation of uid land, vli: John II. i John c. J.. Kuglunil, i.i-ori(ii W. iobli, Jul W. Ijiiigdon, nil ol (riiiuini-rcy, cb. i ( WiJJ . W.li. Mcx;a, KniiMir' trl MRS. L. A. POST, Millinery. Keeps a nico line of millinery sll hmIIh fit. rii-ti'ca tlmf tlt.ftr nrtnit OOOJGOOi-S, OOO.J WOKK And fair prices. Second ttny UAfUUSON, - IVKBRASKA. hi ititioi Wm. Christenseii Wholesale and Retail Hardware A larfs and well sslected stix k ALWAYS Oil HAND. ACORN STOVES. BARBED W1RI at prices to suit the time. Agents fe CIML1PI0N BINDERS Alt Mowers. lladtiuioXhisotf,,. OBBuBBjBf Walar, Port Of Caiadron, - Jffer " : i .