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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1888)
B. E. BEEwmot, C. F. Com
President Vice. "es-
CHAS. C. JAMESON, Cashier.
General Banking Business
C. H. Andrews & Co.,
Fine Toilet Goods,
STATIONERY & PERFUMES.
IN" THE CITY.
Cafes icr t.t the lumler yard.
:'anion' 'cw Mill.
Mr. . L. Tubbs has added to the Nov
elty Works a mill capable of grinding
graham flour, buckwheat flour, meal,
and ch(.p feed of it 11 kinds. He will' be
ready for business after the loth of Le
1 Shingles! Shingles!
L i.:. !., ;ij.p Lumber .oinpany it
.-. Ui- ij..-jt taottra shingle at
.r k- A shingle, equel to tlie best
vt , ;.l : .oiiimou shingles,
' v t ! t dweivtd l.y a good look
: ' - .1 miuior wood but
'. i 1 h:tc pice shingles.
Ask Your Neighbors to
THE & OCX OUXTY' JOURNAL.
The Sioux County Journal.
. . i j . ... . m.iM!tv iiv the
fuoUaliea every hjuj -v
JOURNAL PUBLISHISG COMPAXT.
Subscription Price, 12.00
W. E. Patterson Editor and M'gr.
Entered at the postoffice at Harrison
as second class matter.
Poultry, per doz. ?2.40 to f 3. -Oils,
per 100 It. 1.00 to 1.10.
trrn, per 100 P-5110.
Bran, per 100 & $1-10.
Feed, chopped, per 100 ft 1-40.
Potatoes, per hu.
Sorghum, per gal. r'0c
Onions, per bu. f 1.00.
Beans, per bu. $2.00.
For S ile -oats at the lumber yard.
yFine cigars at BarUll's restaurant.
A bargain in barbed wire at Christen
Fresh oranges and apples at the Res
1 Fresh fruit and fancy candies at tne
I ."U"ll Hill.
Barbed wire at a bargain, at Win.
Wni. llawn recently completed a new
barn on his homestead.
John Rutland proved up on his pre-1
emi tion Thursday last.
II. L. Bu. l;l. y was a caller at Harri
son Monday an.l Tuesday.
iGo to the restaurant when in Harrison
for a square meal only 2k;.
Isudor Rii hntein dropped in to this of
fice for a short call Tuesday.
A nearly new 45-75 Winchester rifle
for sale at Wni. L hristensen's.
A new road is being laid out from the
. akota statJ line to Harrison.
("has. E. Gowey, of Whistle creek,
was trading in Harrison Saturday.
Mr. Jacob Henry and wife were visit
ors at the Harrison House Monday.
Mr. i hristensen is tending the lumber
business during Mr. Guthrie's absence.
'.."onrad Lindeman, of the Ranch Sup
ply Hjuie, was on the sick list the first
of the week.
Sheriff Pfost and brother Lew. were
attending a contest before the Chadron
land office Tuesday.
Mrs. Loutzenheiser has had her house
plastered and finished recently. Mr.
Tubbs did the work.
Fancy candies of all description, and
tints of nil kinds, even cocoanuts, at
P. II. McVay dropped in one day last
week and enlightened us as to some of
Ilia doings in Antelope.
The little folks were entertained by
Mieir friend Maudie Hovey, at Mr. Post's
last Saturday evening.
A nice new heating stove has been
placed in the M. E. church and hereafter
services will le held there.
Mr. George Uhl, of Crawford, spent
several days in Hnrrisou last week. Mr.
Uhl was formerly in business here.
Wm. Hawn, Ed. Galpin and Will Sher
man spent several days the first of this
week at hunting, north-west of here.
Wm. H. Zimmerman, of Antelope,
left for a visit to his former home near
Lew is, t ass county, Towa, on last Mon
day. E. H. Saulsbury called Friday evening
and expressed his views concerning ''the
general run of things." They were good
Mr. Tuhlis is plastering and fixing up
the room lately vacated by the removal
f the barber shop, and will use it for
The barber shop has been removed to
ts new quarters. A nice, new and com
fortable room and a good barber awaits
vhose who require Mr. Galpin' s services.
John avis and John Thornton went to
lear raw ford Friday after oats and re
lumed Saturday with a hundred bushel
-ach. The price paid was 18c. per bush
el. Mr. John Plunkett is called to the
rout by the railroad company and an
ointed chief justice over a section ol
their track with headquarters at An
Mr. Thornton's modern srcimen of
Jie hyena tribe, is still stationed behind
the blacksmith shop with an ever watch
ful eye ready to take the croD out ol
some old rooster. ,
T. 6. William combleted Tueulav. a
well for W, R. Smith 214 feet d.n
Water wm first struck at a decth of Ian
.set and there is now about; 40 feet ol
water in the well
Tbs (hipping of cattle will noon rive-
way to the coal trains. The first one
went east Monday bound for eastern Ke-
raska, where pitch pine is unknown and
orn-stalks or liay lurnisb a Door substi
Several Lai tie fronY Ft. Bahinann
tl through Harrison last Friday re-
ranting iron a nun la Wyoming, Bav-
raituaoddaar beads wm in hrht
lowing that at let soma .uco. must
y ntttflM tbnr effort.
Mr. and Mrs. Paxton. of ur,
m. ruwn u going eat on an extended
wtwnaniativsaaiidfnami. .i v.
ton aorompsnied bar u far a Oad-
w. leiHiHig im um or tea wwk,
ON LIBERAL TERMS.
Oats for sale at the lumWr yard.
Our next issue will be on Thanksgiv
These tion Uiss is making needed re
pairs on the Y.
Mr. T. O. Williams was one of yes
terday s callers.
'ome to the restaurant and get that
rl some chewing gum.
'Lone Jack cigarettes and choice oc. ci
iirs at Bartell's Restaurant.
Mr. Zebulon I uel and Otto Munson
are among me new suuscn-iera ior
eek so far.
John ( eBrown is contemplating the
building of a store room with dwelling
Tt is reported tliat work on the new B.
& M. R. R. has commenced on the
grade at Crawford.
We are glad to 1 able to state that
Geo. Whitney's wife and child are much
lproved m health.
The Misses, Ida Hester, Lillie Thomas,
Eintlie Kroening and Clara Redd paid ft
visit to the Harrison school yesterday.
The stock ranchmen were well repre
sented here yesterday. Cook, Johnson,
Earnest, McGinly and others were no
Valuable cuff button found between
the post office and depot. Owner may
recover same by paying for this notice
and proving property.
Mr. Galpin, w ho has been in Har
rison for several weeks past visiting his
son Ed., left last Tuesday for his home
at Boone, Iowa.
The Governor's Thanksgiving Procli
mntion will be found on the second page
and also the official election returns of
the counties in this state.
The court house walls are fast nearine
their heighth and if this fine weather
continues for a few days the building
will yet be inclosed this fall.
?f you want fruit trees of anv descrip-
t'on, vines, shrubs or forest trees, call
on Thos. Reidv. He will (ill your orden-
with the best stock and at the lowest
Mr. Shane brought six deer to town on
last Wednesday and sold a large portion
of the meat at six cents ser pound. He
lives on Indian creek and the deer were
killed near there.
There will be Thanksgiving Services at
the M. E. church in Harrison. Rev. J.
A. Scamahorn will preach a Thanksgiv
ing sermon at eleven o'clock on that day.
All the business houses are reauested to
close during tfie hours of service.
rave Bartiett has built a cozy dwell
ing on his claim three miles south ol
town. It is large enough for two per
sons. He says he needs a cook and some
one to wind the clock and throw out the
cat while he makes sliavings for the
Jean Bigelow's team of bronchos ran
away with him yesterday evening and
threw him out breaking his left lee-
just above the ankle. 1 r's Shafer and
Andrews replaced the broken limb and
at last account Jean was resting unusu
ally easy under the circumstances.
A Jack rabbit was seen loiteriner alone
through Main street yesterday. At first
sight he appeared to be crippled but af
ter attracting the attention of several
dogs he showed signs of being very nim
ble, and the dogs, with all the encour
agement of a yelling crowd, could not
get near enough to salute him.
Mr. Thomas l unn of the cattle firm, of
unn' Bros.; was so unfortunate as tt
have his leg broken by the fall of a horst
he was riding, on last Monday. He wa
sorting out cattle close to the ranch
when his horse slipped and fell with the
above result I r. Shafer was called and
set the broken limb. Both bones of tht
leg were broken just below the knet
about, six inches. At last accounts th
patient was doing well thouirh nuffeHm.
A mari came tearing into this offiet
and stopped his paper a few weeks ago.
claiming that he could not find time tc
read it Since then one of his neighbor
has been considerably annoved hv hh
borrowing the paper before it is read.
as tins is the only case of "stop," th
man will know who is meant when h.
reads ttys item, and it is hoped will tak
a tumble and come in and renew his sub
scriplion, or at least wait until hh
neighbor ha read the paper before bor
rowing it- Kirkville Journal.
Again the Judge's mental deformity''
is brought to Um front and discharged.
The Republican says that 882 vote
wen cast "for suspension of bard law,'
wmie tne county record show that onlr
324 were cast
lor suspension pf hard
' "Mr," majority of 5
th former, a the Republican rightly
7.HiT 'T . PU0U
does not include the 80 votes in Cotton
wooa precinct, "for bsrd law," M
i "against hard lav,'
but it does include
Ihatd law" faa Buwing Waipfr.
A Blrthdij Party.
The seven teenth birthday of Miss Erne
lie Kroening was celebrated at tl home
f her sister, the Northwestern hotel, on
Monday evening, the 19th. Her friends to
ti numU r of forty or over were pres
ent and s-nt an unusually pleasant
i.,.nin1r Amusing and instructing
games was the order of the evening's en-
tHjiinment. and many and long were
the hearty laughs elicited by the re
markably amusing fines imposed for tne
..imrfinn of "nawns." by judge Bab-
cock; or from tlie novelty of the "chic k-
en game;" or "scandal;" or the many
others engaged in. A delicious lap sup
per was served during the evening that
was a credit to uny rompoundanl ol tne
viands for human sustenance.
A iTMit. many useful and valuable
" n .
r,m..nts were nresented to Miss Emehe
on this occasion among which were these:
ress pattern, with buttons anil tnm-
, n.F. luim kei-c lui-is. iioiii i nen ailURllK.
rihlwn; jierfunie; gold breast pin; plush
can! case; collar; hand painted souvenir
with easel and many others. Ihe pack
ages and articles presented by the "Har
rison Committee," bore, in the selection,
the trace of persons experienced in com
bining the useful with the ornamental,
ami the donors are entitled to credit, in
tliat resie t, for their selections.
Vie would Like
How nine men can cast 01 legal
To know who runs the wheelliarrow
-To see the B. 4 M. R. R. Come
To know if tins weather isn t more
ke spring weather than fall.
To know n hen the new lumber yard
s going to commence business.
To know if tliat really was a B. & M.
man that bought Mr. Parish's claim.
To know why so many of our cor
respondents failed to arrive this week.
To know of a kinder hearted or bet
ter natured Irishman than Pat Walsh.
To know of a person that is more
ready to accommodate than Billy Bel
den. To know of a more old-fashioned,
comfortable, home-like place than beside
Mr. Belden's fire-place.
To know if some one wasn't duck
hungry at the party from the way they
repeatedly called for that fowl.
To know how the great "I am" is
progressing in his elforts to secure Mr.
Gntlirie's discharge by the Buffalo Gup
To know who has Iwrrowed some of
Thomas Reidy's lumber without his con
sent The person will please return it
at an early date.
What it Is Coining io.
If the Causes for whirh iwinln pfimmlt
" 1 I'"-
suicide inc.rea.sp in t.rivinltv wo shU av.
pect soon to read newspaper items like
. i .11- .
A man named Onnhprim uKnf Kimir
yesterday because a pair of shoe-strings
iui i. i-.. .1, i .ti . . . .
mm ne iiau oougni aid not lit Inm.
John Smith Stllhlied Vii tru au I,., not
going into the house the other night, and
uio circuiiismnces so worKea upon his
unusually sensitive nature th it h fvb
an overdose of Rough on Rats.
1 cannot survive this disora. " riA
rj. , u lu
a young and handsome stranger nn Fifib
avenue yesterday, when a lady be had
nuown or even seen before passed
liim without speaking. Then he went
Jown to the Brooklyn bridge and iumned
Wives cannot be too careful. A
man on Hester street, who takes in
washing to suonort her husband
tiously requested him to bring in some
..uuuiig wooa. tie went out without
ying a word, but the poor woman sayj,
die never can forget the look he gave
her to her dying day. Rendered uneasy
by his prolonged absence ft Ha HaatAtmrl
out and found his lifeless body on the
-wuuuuse aoor. lie had blown his
brains out with the saw-hnrlc T....c
Mr. John Nolan secured a fin n
bull dog while at Van Tassel one day re
entlv. and brniurl.l tlw, :,..!
v -- o auiiiiui it, nar
rison whereas wide jaws, short tail am.
unndle color attracted the admiratiou oi
Otto Tietze, the result of which was tliat
ueue started home with Um dog and No
lan with 10 of what had formerly been
Tietie's money, and both m h ...
.. . - ""riv uu
i the man with the dog met one of W.
. ouuin sons who informed him that
the dog was theirs and nnv
the animal home. An amicable settle
ment will probably follow a the parti.
- .M..WCU,, ui luienuonai wrong.
That we want several ...... i
correspoadsnta. Soma may Uiink thev
baablatownUaod spall atary ttlnir
7uuniwwm correct it and
uwmu. raadabia If u -i i
I Try it mt or twioa .
Transact a general
Loans Money on CtiatJ
First-Class in Every
This Hotel has betn fitted up regardless of paiaiu.
To Uie comfort and convenience of &
lie and permanent t?A
Best Accommodations in
UNSURPASSE J IN HOME-LIKE APPOINTiE
EGGERT ROHWER, Proprietor,
Special Attention to
J. F. Host's Li)
Rigs Furnished With Drivers
Ranges of the 0
Spaciai attention paid to
-FEED STABLE IN C0S3 , t
And Sale S'h
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