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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1888)
& E. Brewfte,
r .- Pres-dvnt.
. F. ' V'FFII.
CHASL C. JAMESON', Cashier.
Gsneral Banking Business
TRAM'S A CTE ').
the Sioux County Journal.
Publish.! every Thursday by liie
JOrBNAL PrBLIHIG COMPANY.
Subscription Price, 2.00
W. E. Patterson Editor nd X pr.
Entered at the postoffice 8t Harrison
as second class matter.
C. H. Andrews & Co.,
Yim Toilet Goods,
STATIONERY & PERFUMES.
IN THE CITY.
H. M. Warneke,
. Is always ready, assisted by his genial
clerk, Mr Thomas Reidy, to wait upon
their many customers with a
Try Goods, Boots and Shoes, Grocerief,
Queensware, Flower, Feed Ac. &c., at
Bed Rock Prices.
G.VE THEM A CALL AN J
Poultry, per doz. 12.40.
Oats per 10(1 B, 1 00 U 1.10.
Corn, per 100 tb U 10.
Bmn. per 100 Ml 10.
Feed, chopdcxl, per 100 & f 1.40.
Potatoes, per lui." 1";.
Sorghum, per jjnL 50c.
Onions, per bu. $ 1.00.
Beans, per 1m. $2.00.
Billy Patterson is st 11 hire.
Win. Brooks called in Monday.
Mr. Z. S utl was in town Monday and
M. Brink visit ,-d the valley one day
Finest calf lioots and shoes maUe lo or
uer nv Ji. ia it.
The trade in Ivd clothes has been good
for a,week back.
For a good si ove of any kind go ti
G. V,T. Hester moved into his new
hvclling this wc-ek
Evaporated fru:ts are (heap-quality
1:4 das i at Gayhart's. .
Tims. Reidy visited the uortliern coun
try one day this week.
Joseph Ilihtelia and son, of Indian
reck were in Harrison Tuesday.
B'jrtlow Bros, received a part of theii
household furniture last montlav.
Wm. '"unimings, engineer at Kendall's
saw mill, spent Sunday in Harrison.
Miss MeMann, sister of AV. A. McManr
of Five Points, arrived here Tuesday.
Special prices on canned goods, oni
week. Gayhurt's Montrose Store.
W. R. Smith has so nearly com) letei'
his hew house as to make it tenantal L
Mr. E. E. L'vermore is luilding am
improving on his claim 4 miles s nth o!
Mr. Penington should lie proud. Abuse
from fools is second only to the com
Herniation of the wise.
Why does the Herald and Repul licai
keep harping about the Ji:rus Mortlirj
.a.? Is it a guilty conscience?
Mew Hats, Gloves and buck Clothing
Everything for the Working-men-Price,
tre Right. Gayhart's
Thos. Reidy received a call Wednesday
irom two of his eld friends, J. J. Rior
lan and W. J. Smith, who are going 01.
1 hunt in Wyoming.
Born To Win. Hawn and wife, or
Jet. 1, an eight pound boy. The real
corners of Bill.e's smile just touch. It.
the lirst one of course.
The window frames fcr the coun
iiouse have arrived and the brick work i.
ceing pushed toward rapidly w.tii a vie.
Lo getting the buiUmg enclosed this fall
Mr. Mohr, of Sac county Iowa, U
iere visiting his son on Hat creek. Th.
looks and prospetts of S.oux count
pleases him and he will probably deeidi
to locate in Sioux county.
Miss May Tool arrived in Harrisoi.
from Greenfield to-day and w.ll prob;: i 1
.jo out to her fathers sheep ian li 01.
Var Bonnet soon. M.ss Tool w.ll be a
valuable addition to the young ladies oi
Rev. J. A. Scamahorn came dowx
irom Crawford Tuesday. He is making
arrangements to move to that place
ivhere he will preach during the ensuinu
year. We heartily commend Rev.Scam
uhorn to the people of Crawford as ;i
gentleman and a sincere christian work
tr, although we hate to see him leave
Jiordon. Gordon Republican.
Rev. Scamahorn will probably preach
n Harrison every alternate Sabbatta.
A. R lew, A. R. Kennedy and An
drew Lhristensen arrived in Harrison to
Jay from Greenfield, Iowa. Mr. i ev.
and Kennedy liave claims north-west o;
liere and Mr. t hnblenstn wdl probably
locate. These men are valuable addi
tions to Sioux county, lieing men pos
sessed of more than average ability. Mr,
. ew will bu Id immediately on he
homestead 011 War Bonnet.
And compel you to come before an
impartial tribunal and answer for youi
crime whether you want to or not'.
e oes the Republican mean lo say that
the last tribunal we were before was n
partial one or the former an impartial
One plank in the platform of tht
Union Labor party in this state deserve;
more attention than it has received. It
"We favor an amendment of the to:
stitut.ou ot liie State ot JSO.ru&ka so a.
to admit of the investment of tlie per
mucin, niatc ncuoui mnu in nrt mort
gaged registered district bonds und iia
'here is a good deal of sound hu'itineat
ense in this. Let the r.00.000 und
.... ' 1
aras wiucn is now farmed out to the
leading hanks in the state, for the use 01
wnich tiie state gets nothing, be invest
ed at home in safe school district bonds
Jibeo perhaps there will not ha 111 K
oik DKrrt over tt.e kUt liiiui
and the temptation to visit anada, wit
OUST LIBERAL TERMS
Jones & Verity,
' THAT (ONVEMIOV.
The People's Convention met ut t'K'
r-sideiK of Jacob Marking, in Five
Points precinct, on Tu uay '.M l. i,
place in nomination e-andidatri for the
office of commissioner i""1 f'l'",y attor
ney, and trans;.! t such otlw buine as
come liefore them.
The convention was a creditable one to
all parties pres. lit and the jiecple whom
they represented. H as a hMn Tl" "f
,B,i u-lise s ncer.ty is uniiueM lonen.
t..,ih rii'htsof the IKHii le of
Sioux county who h i e lx-en -on.K lletl
for so louse t ) submit t ) the tyranny of a
clique and ring whose sole aim lias bu n
personal gain and privat" inlere-ts.
That the n-ople are ill earnest isxhuwn
hv the l uge attendance of delegates and
the manifest determination to win.
Walker, the nominee for ttniii-
v attorney, is too wtll known by
eoi.k' to need any introdm lien.
.vusso utifoituuate as to loose the tirst
iiigtrand thumb from tlie right hand in
1 saw mill some years ago thus making
iim a cr ipple for life. By hard study
ie has fitted hiiusel for Cie prac tice of
iuw. He dared to air the roUcnues and
a ulliliiggery of some of tlie county ofli
.i.ds. thereby incurring their anger and
'laired. But none of the many charges
brought against hint has he failed to ut
terly refute. That his persecution and
jjrospcution has 1 tsn the direct result of
malice and jealousy is douhtc-d by none
nlio are acquainted with the circum
tances. He is sure to be elected.
J. M. Robinson, candidate for commiss
oiier, has been in S.oux county about
ilt 'en months, is located in township
! range 3'1 and has made vast improve
nents for the time be has been here.
Sverything indicates that he came hire
to make his home, and in rease biv
vcalth by tilling the land on which be
las likd. His reputation is beyond re
roa h. his ability to pii form the duties
f coinmission':r is without question and
lis record for just dealing in his business
transactions insure Hint in biro tlie i-o-le
have a man in whom they may coll
ide and lie assured of justice in the im
xirtial performance of his dut ies.
W. A. Rauiu was a pleasant caller
Mr. Henry Zimmerman has relatives
,'isiting him from Kansas.
Tlie peoples convention Was well n-p-estnted
Irom all parts of the valley.
Thos. Reidy, Wm. Shonebanni, J. F.
1'fost and M. Bruck were representatives
roin ILirrison at the convention.
The ticket placed in the Held will re
eive a hearty support from t lure.
The Republican seems to think that
iro. "Moses does not know w hat Hal
reek people want Jome and see us and
earn our sentiments.
Geo. O Kane is requested to drop tilt
oad petitions for the present and luiul
lis post on the roads already established
At the convention yesterday Mr. Ger-
ach made a motion that the proceedings
e published in the Sioux County Jotirn-
tl as it was probable the other county
journals would not publish them.
Mr. Woody and lady and Mr. Knott
ind lady attended the Bodarc meeting
All is over. Some ;.i the bachelors ait
Jetermined to commjnee a new suit.
.evi r mind there are plenty of girls yet,
Mr. I arnell has moved his saw mill to
W. E. Saw You.
From another tore.1 rede nt
We want a grist mill, another saw
nill, more fruit trees set out next vear.
i, valley locator and loan agent, a rail
road and round house at clare, winter to
10IJ olf untill January 1st, 1M89, t..
mow how many votes in Snake precinct,
aid an economical administration 01
:ounty oliicers and fair elections.
J. F. Pfost attended the peonies con
Wm. Hawn says "."ts a bov." Ah
right Mr. 1L pass around tlie cigars.
Mr. Hall is geltjig out timber for a
mrge aiui coimnodious dwelling.
Mr. ittio. tuut la taking an invoice o!
nis slabs this week and wants people t.
iaiow that he is the propiicUrol 8tai.
"Sic um Lot." Herald.
Rats!!! ring the chetnut boll.
FROM FOLK TO 10 I F. j
From Pole to p.de: or. Tii Round
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tahiiug W.nulel-s of the Tropics. Re
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Vivid liscriptioiis cl the Various Conti
nents. Islands. Seas and People of the
This n'i-rbly illustrate! work com
nrises in i.ue iiiagmlieeiit volume a graph
ic u.- ri l on of all thai is interesting,
instructive and curious in the whole
The voyaces and explorations of the
greatest travelers, their thrilling adven
tures, terrible dangers and miraculous
esnis; the strange (U'tims. savage
wars, human s-u rifices. rude forms of
gove.niueiit of wild races; the brilliant
scenery, lauiful birds, ferocious U:tst
and reptiles of the tropics are all de
m riled in the most fascinating manner.
The reader is conducted thiough the
renowned Countries of Eurt pe, he
the line old cities, the immense buildings,
the magnificent paliu-es, tlie diess. man
ners nd customs of the people, and is
taplivatid by myriads of the most en
Crossing the ocenu to the Western
Hemisphere, the reader makes a tour
through South Aun'iiia, and loholdsn
vad panorama of I'.e wonderful wen."
in that gn at emit lu-nt. The work alsr
desi rilies w ith graphi'- p jwer all that i
fascinating and Miuvelous in the Five
Great Oceans of the Glolie.
We cordially commend this hook t.
iur readers. No one could obtain tin
formation it contains without spending
tdi tunes its cost and much time anc
labor. Here it is given in a. single vol
nine, at a very low price. H is pub
bshed by H. E. Groh & Co. of Rich
The work is printed on fine paier, an'
ontains 310 large octavo pages. It i-
embellislii d with 334 lieautif til engrav
iiigs by the lmst artist 4.
Hundi-eds of Ixioks have Uhu con
,len'd into this one magnificent volumi
of thrilling adventures, startling discov
tries and niiraculousachievements. Th
xdden grain has lietnt ulled and gar
uered, and the chalf rejected. The rt'sult
:i brilliant array of all tliat is mar
velous and wonderful in ewry laud and
in the mysterious depths of the sea.
This very valuable work is sold by
subscription only, und Mr. J. F. llovey,
who is the authoriin.il agent for this
section, is now canvassing for it.
See bargains in remnant and somt
slightly damaged dry goods. Gayhart's.
For durability, fine cooking and e-as.
of op. ration the 1 barter Oak stove lead?
the van. For sale by
Win. Christ ensen.
WE WOULD LIKE
A little loss wind and dust.
To have Mr. Slingerland remain ii.
-To know if the people of Sioux Co.
vill elect to olllce a nam -arhr, ha
jured himself for H00 of county money 1
Mr. Williams has a 'Dew eight iocL
ir.U bit and is busv umuIiw ii 1.
For anything in the line of HARD
WARE and FURNITURE call on me it.
the P. O. Block and you will be wel,
D. H. Gfiswolt
Harrison, N e br
Transacts a general tanking buiiaen
Loans Honey on Chattel Seal
NEGOTIATES FARM Li
First-Class in Every Det
FRANK SIMONS K
This Hotel has l-en fitted up regardless of pains and iti
To the comfort and convenience of tu trv,i
lit and itrnianent boarders
Best Accommodations in the Noi I
UNSURPASSE ) IN HOME LIKE APPOINTMENTS AN.
EtiGERT ROHWER, Prr.prittor.
Special Attention to Cot;
FEE 'J STABLE LV CONME mON. v "
J. F. Pfost's Liven,
And Sale Stable.; ,
Rigs Furnished With Drivers Posl ;
Ranges of the Counrf
Bpecial atUotion rid to lu!' f
("v m to nrgot -Advocata,
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