The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, October 04, 1888, Image 4

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    B. E. Bkewstkr, C F. ( C4TKK,
President. Vit. Pl-s.
CHAS. C. JAMESON. Cashier.
Commercial Bank.
1KCOBTORATEP.
A.
General Banking Business
-TRANSACTED.-
Harrison,
Nebraska.
C. H. Andrews & C
-Dealers in-
Drugs,
Paints,
Brushes, '
Oils,
-AND-
Fine Toilet Goods,
STATIONERY & PERFUMES.
BEST CIGARS
IN THE CITY.
H. M. Warneke,
-THE
PIONEER
MERCHANT
-6F-
KAJE&R,IS02sT,
Is always' ready, assisted by his genial
ijferk Mr "Thomas Refcry,' to wait upon
iheir many customers with a
-of-
FAMILY SUPPLIES,'
try Goods, Boots and Shoes; Groceries,
iieenswaVe, Flower, Feed Ac7 Ae:; at
owewt
feed Rdfcfc rieea.
tV;vi: the a nu& im
The Sioux County Journal
Published every Thursday by the
JfjriiSlf. PTOLISHISW (OJIPASY.
Subscription Price, !.00
W. E. Patterson Editor and M'gr.
Com for sale at the Lumber Yard.
J. W. Earnest vaine up fr.mi his ranch
Tuesday.
Will. Cliristensen returned from Cliad-
ron Monday.
Carl Todenharpt gave us a pleasant
call Tuesday.
Lewis Gerlach gave this office a pleas
ant call Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Biehle came to
Harrison Monday.
James H. Cook registered at the
North-western Tuesday.
R. E. Mossy went to Chadron Monday
to file on a homestead.
John C. L. Rutland of Antelope creek,
was in this bur; Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Marking, of Mont
rose, were in town Tuesday.
Mr. Henry Brumlidge and brother Hir
am were in this city Tuesday.
W. J. Potts was through here the lirst
of this week buying two year old cattle.
Mr. Warneke lias his cistern completed
and the spouts all up on his store build
ing. Mr. A. Hart is building a house just
west of his Blacksmith shop for a dwell
ing. Ed. Weir returned Monday from a sev
eral days visit with his parents at Gor
don. Mr. Isaac Kendall is making lirst class
shingles with his new mill on east Hat
creek.
Mr. Tubbs is just completing a new
cistern iu the rear of his blacksmith
sliop.
Mrs. Henry Brundige returned from a
short trip to Iowa and Wisconsin on
Monday.
F. J. Hippach, a prominent stockman
from fc'ieridan county, was in town
Tuesday.
X. 1). Hamilton, residing on Squaw
creek, was a business visitor to this place
Saturday.
The Misses Minnie and Lillie Thomas
were callers at the Journal office last
Saturday.
D. II. Griswpld is in Omaha negotia
ting for machinery for the Harrison
water works.
W. A. Bigelow of the firm of Bigelow
& Seymour, horse ranchmen, was in
this city Saturday.
B. F. Johnson, of Running Water, was
in Harrison Saturday an took out a fine
road cart he had just received.
Among the valley visitors here Satur
day wereW. D. Latterly, Isaac Kendall,
Justice Arnsburger and Joseph Benway.
The Gordon Republican comes to us
this week enclosing a five column sup
plement that is a credit to its publishers.
The county commissioners have order
ed an election to be held at the next gen
eral election, on the question of fence or
herd law.
Over one hundred subscriliers to the
Journal at the end of the first three
weeks. Does this indicate that the peo
ple like it?
1 For durability, fine cookirig and ease
of operation fle Charter Oak stove lends
the van. For sale by
Wm, Christensen.
G. W. Hester filed a pre-emption right
on a piece of land about three miles
north west of here Saturday. Mr.
Thomas did the locating.
Mr. B. B. Smith was in town last week
and gave us a call. Mr. Smith is one of
the best of Sioux cortnty's teachers and
will teach the Bodarc school the next
term. '
Clwdrou is to have a flouring miff and
elevator' in the near future. A company
composed of Chadron business men and
others has been formed for that purpose,
so says the Democrat.
Mrs.-J. M. Robinson was oca-Herat this
office one day last week and left $2 to
assist in furthering the good cause ad
vanced by the JockxaL arid received
therefore a year' subscription to the
same.
A my of intelligence has it last pene
trated the benighted brain of the lobster
who edits the Herald nnd he begins to re
alize that he has Sioux county to fight,
which fai.t is proven by his frequent ref
erence last issue, to "Barker, Walker &
Co." Barker, Walker & Comity is a
good combirtation.
Mr. Ci Y. Akes, of Law ex county, was
brought to Harrison Saturday oh the
charge of stealing a saw mill but was
immediately released as he seemed not
to be tlie right man. Mr. Akes thinks
someone must have been a. little off,
Uiat he has served tfs justice of the peace
and deputy sherijf for several years and
eomewhat acquainted with law him
self. Peter Northens, of Soldier creek, was
before the county judge Thursday, char-,
god with stealing an "interest in a uw
mill." lie wm bound over in the sum
of 100 for appearance at district court
Before lie left the court room the prose
cuting attorney told him' he knew he
waeiaaocentof the crime. The alfcve
it, at. of the' maty 6f 8oux county
OTST LlBBBAJj x-cw.
inn n. WfiHtv Harrison, Jc
J U II U O MJ v v
r.mJciiiv,nf nnv kind go to
I rui . fo" - J -
Wm. Christensen's.
Mr. Warneke has moved to town and
is living over the store
For sale Desirable house and lot in
i i : .Tnnex A Vt l it V.
J UU I 1SLM1. "
Mr. and Mrs. John Luders were in Har
rison yesterday visiting our merchants.
Mrs. A. Southworth. returned yester
day from a visit to her parents at Sioux
City la.
On account of time and space the
Commissioner's Proceedings are laid over
until next week.
Mrs. C. E. Verity returned yesterday
from a month's visit with her parents
at Winner, this state.
Two families and five teams, from
Montana, passed through here Monday
enroute for Hay Springs.
Mr. J. G. Armstrong, of Rushville.
president of the Bank of Harrison, was
in this place on Wednesday.
Mr. John Morrison, of Adair county,
Iowa, arrived here last Friday and is
looking the country over with a view to
taking a claim.
The Berean class at t'te hall every
Sunday morning. Mrs. Bassett would
1 pleased to see a larger attendance
than usual next Sunday morning.
Mr. Henry Zimmerman, Joseph Par
sons, John Holan, Wm. Brooks, J. W.
Arnslwrgcr and J. E. Hovey were among
the many callers at this office yesterday.
W. R. Smith lias purchased tlie Satter
lee timlier claim a mile north-west of
town. He is now engaged in putting up
a large barn and will erect a dwelling
house soon.
The third Annual Convention of the
Dawes County Sunday School Associa
tion will be held in the Baptist Church
at Chadron, Oct 9, 10, & 11, 1888., All
are invited to attend.
The first number of tlie Sioux County
Journal, published at Harrison came to
liand last week and bears every indica
tion of prosperity. Outwardly it claims
to hn independent but behind scenes can
be seen strong indications of republican
ism. We wish it snccess. crawiora
Crescent. I
Mr. Zebulon Duel, a Nimrod living 25 1
miles north-west of Harrison, killed on
last Monday evening, a large mountain
lion which measured six feet six from
nose to tip of tail and weighed about 150
pounds. The beast was devourin a deer
lie had killed. When shot through,
within two inches of the heart he ran 75
yards, when a second ball from a needle
gun pierced his heart and after running
another 50 yards he expired.
WE M OULD LIKE
To liave more lady callers.
To know if the band isn't "getting
tliere."
To know when the new pump will
rive.
To be appointed canine extermina
tor for the city.
Mr. Galpin is building a hoiwe on his
claim in the valley.
To know how many dill'eivut breeds
if dogs there are in town.
To know why Pat Dunn visits Harri
son on sunday so frequently.
To know if Ed. Weir really went to
Gordon just to see his parents.
To know of a more genial person to
trade with than Mr. DeBrown.
To know who are the parents of that
scare crow at tlie Harrison House Sun
day. To see a person that can take a ioke
with better grace tlian justice Jones, or
a person that can enjoy one more tlian
Tlios. Reidv.
To know how John Thornton and
Thos. Reidy were impressed by the
actions of the bird dog tbev' recent! v
tried hirnting with.
CLARE ITEMS.
Eh. Journal:
We have concluded tliat it is" danger
ous to be safe in Harrison and therefore
we will have to write to you instead of
having a conversation. If seems that
ftie Herafd and Republican can not find
argument enough without using foul
means, if all reports are true w hich we
'j not d'ubt in the least, anil it may be
that the "ring" will liave to hunt for
greener pasture if the honest voter of
Sioux county will view the matter with
out regard to politics. Wliat we want to
know is tlie truth and we are willing to
fead both sides of the Question.
Join BARKER, WALKER & CO. and
imt down tlie rinc. This comnaiiv in
, rf
eludes ftll the grangers and mercliants of
Sioux county.
Slight frost Saturday.
Potato digging in order.
School commenced at No. 6, Monday.
Prepare for winter.
Joe Johnson expects to build on his
claim.
Ja. DunieU U making hay for C.
Coffee
Several parlie aw expected to wfcve
on to locate a ibeep hiicb in the val-
000
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What Next!
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER MOST1 BE
ALLOWED TO PRIST THE
rOOTT REC ORDS.
Mr. Waller and the Editor Arret-d
for LilK'L
PRESENT STANDING OF THE CASE
Yesterday about 4 o'clock Geo. Walk
er and the editor of this paer were ar
rested on the cliargo of criminal libel,
the charge being sworn out by E. U Sal-,
terlee, county attorney, and the defen-'
ants were taken before Judge Hunter.
The first case called was W. E Patter
son's and in answer to the Court's query, J
"Are you guilty or not guilty" he ans
wered "Not guilty." Mr. Satterlee then
requested that ("has. Jameson, S. Bar
ker and .las. Famum be sumoned to ap
pear as witnesses and the Court adjourn
ed until 9 o'clock Thursday morning,
when the case will be tried.
We feel iKjrfectly safe in saying that
the next issue of tlie "rat sheet" will be
on Thursday of next week and also that
Mr. Walker will continue to enlighten
the over-burdened tax payers of Sioux
county as to where their money goes.
Subscription price as usual f2 per
year. No extra cliarge for reserved
seats.
"Largely a Private Affair."
The coal trust tliat's "putting up prices"
Is "largely a private atrair!"
But the public who buy when the prices
are high,
Are giving the matter some care.
Yet the fact that tlie trusts are absorb
ing The people's light, water and air;
Must still be all right, since some people
of might
Says 'tis "largelv a private affair!"
Tlie poor man who buys by the scuttle
Ana the rich man who buys by the ton
Will have to keep warm when the win
ter winds storm
And the work of the coal trust is done.
But will they agree with the doctrine,
When tlie snow flakes are thick in the
air,
That the trust that lias "put nj" tho pri
ces Is "largely a private affair?"- Ex.
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THE SIOUX COUNTY JOURNAL
The people's paper.
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YOUttg REWBOTFtJliT,
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OF HARRISO
Harrison,
Transacts a general banking buW
Loans Money on Chanel i
NEGOTIATES FARM
NORTHWESTERN
First-Class in Every R
FRANK SIMONS -
This Hotel has been fitted up regardless of pains and ti
To the comfort and convenience of the
lie and permanent boarderi
Best Accommodations in the
UNSURPASSEJ IN HOME-LIKE APPOINTMENTS
TABLE.
-THE
HARRISON IK!
EGGERT ROHWER, Proprietor,
Special Attention to Cc
Trade.
-FEEii STABLE IN CONNE TIOh' H
J. F. Pfost's Liven
And Sale Stable.
HARRISON
Rigs Furnished With Drivers Po,
Ranges of the CountK
, 'Special attention paW to
a II. Grbvvc!!
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