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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1889)
Do you want to
see the county set
tled and the val
ue of your proper
Do you favor an
istration of county
Do you favor a
"FAIR vote and
Do you believe
in justice? j
boot & shoe maker.
FIRST CLASS 13O01S
First Wr north of Bank of Harrison.
OUST XilBERz-AXj TERMS.
B. E. BlUTWSTKR,
C. F. CofFEE.
CHA& C JAMESON. Casliier,
General Banking Business
Jones & Vejity,
The Sioux County Journal
Published every Thursday.
vni vou do it:
Entered at tlie postoffi'
as seconu cuiss man"
Alt -an ' t-
E"gs, ' 20'.
Poultry, perdoz.f2.40 to f-3.
Torn, jr 100 9 bln.
Bran, ir lMRtl.HX
Feed. per ICO 3-
Potatoes, jjer I'll.
Sorghum. I r g.d. 'A".
Onions, i'r bu. $1.00.
Beans r bu. -.I'.
We want a hundred letter, testimo-
main, from irtie livw i .".'
telling Ik"' iIm.v are
.. ..,! 1 l.v
... i Uas COUliiri
. Editor and i rop. , Wriit. a
at lf;irrlsln ! Uie j,x-RNLaodat tlie same time send
uh toe names oi irn-ims u -
nth whom vim think might be persiia-
Ided to migrate to this country of free
' home and Ijeahhy climate: awl we will
I mi them a copy of the paper ftve. Now
' in't thin fair? We want to send out sev
! eral quire-i each week of tliee sample
so M-iHl us names anyone w no
il we will semi tliem a copy of
Be careful to write tlie
names and address plainly.
write arm u-u your .vumuis ior uu-
this is a lietter country tlian
i wish and
: in Har-
C. H. Andrews & Co.,
Do you feel that you have been robbed
by the corruption of county ofiStkkLJ
Do you want the BEST LOCAL PA
PER in the county'' If ,tfraubcriie
Fine Toilet Goods,
STATIONERY & PEPJXMES.
in the an.
jOat fur sal &t the lumber j
iti.im. v house is raimllv
w.1. ainjr mkrttjrtiJfsl dwel lin
Far sab f hfp. a good grade Eng
,ir Ullioo bv J. IL Iiartell, Harrison, I
j Nehru-ia. ' j
j Geo. Wiitiney and Ed. Galpin returnwl
from a several day's sojourn at Crawford
Bjrn. to Jos. F. Pfost and wife on
M,hv. Jan. 21, a girl. Sir. Pfost says
' m kid no idea there were so many smok
er in Harrison.
Lut evening's literary sliowed an in
crease in both attetukince and enthisi-a-rn.
The next one will 1 held on Feb
ruary 8th. All are invited.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Williams,
on Jan. 1, a young well difp.-r. He is
nither small vet but T. O. savs it's onlv
a matter of time 'till lie w:Ii twist a
rojie and ste-r a drill rod as well as his
Tlje ladies of Harrison will dve anoth
er of tlieir unique eiitertainments at the
C1iurb on Jie nit-iii of Saturday. Janu
ary 25tii. There will music, also
riiU-ii xj& ;.ik proviiieil for all who
wiA. Prweeds era to tlie Church fund.
The caw vi C. S. Columbia et al vn M.
E. .Sc&ieid (ime up for hearing vester-
dar aJid was submitted to the Jurj-;
TV Jury after 6 hours of deliberation
fuuid that they could not agnss and were
distiiarged. Tlie cuse will be tried again.
By a letter rceived recently from
Dave Bartlett, at Burlington, la., we
Rsarn inat ins Bister aiett tlie day onS
which he left Harrison and was buried
the next day after his arrival at home.
He writes tliat he will be back in Har
rison this week. !
Partly uuvd had la Iowa for
young KtAlc Etwjiaj at this office.
I CHBplet tod comprises every news
paper, nsajpaiim or periodical of note in
m umts maws. e oin save you
from l'l to 25 per cent on a large major
ity of publications. Come and see our
clubbing prices and note how much
c-iieaper yoa can get your papers ami
magazines by clubbing tliem with the
If you hav it now lubacribe again and
end a copy to toote relative or friend
aad tlxy may be-unlaced to come and
Our correipoaJgaii are now more nti-
HMioaft than vr aad iUm from all
HM puts of thouaty will to had
JI you do not
lit it a year try
t thrco montli.
I T5pr,tfy, '
. , . .
ivuig recievea spetruil prices tan nur
serf stock BTOwn at
ani wishiTiir to further m4tvw1nA
imng of fioiit in our valuable county
quote tlie foUowinir reduced nrii
lie same to hold good until March 10th
Apple trees, 3 to 4 ft, per 100 10
Cherry " 3 to 4 ft " " 49.00
Plum " 3 to 4 ft ' an nn
Concord cranes. " no
Kasperbemes, " n g qo
Blackberries. " ' (irt
otrawbemes. " noJ
All other kinds of fruit and shrulm
equally cheap. Forest trees of ahv des
cription at prices lower than ever before
in woux county. All stock Warranted
to be in good condition when delivered
and true to name. Your Datroniure is
Things flourish on this creek.
Tlie supper and dance went off fine
Everpbody enjoyed themselves and e
pecially at supjier for the pies and cakesj
Sts head, of cattle was driven out of tlie
valley for the rail road at Crawford. i
District No. 9 will lutve a new house
to teach school in. It is to lie built
by volenleer Work, '
There is a dairy started on the Botrev.
Butter and cheese will lie cheap soon."i
1. Holly has built a cattle shed ;a
;nod one and is going to start a piger-
War Bonnet Warbling'.
.Ton 01 'an
Y This weatlier is iust too
tor nny use. entirely too hot to wear
boots and just a little too cool, nights
aim mornings, to go bare-footed. j
Lyceum every Wednesday evening at
me scriooi noiise Nn. in.
.f 1L. . . . .
i e most social awl enjoyable
event of the season was the dan. in
the school liouse last Fridav
U . v o";
t tvery one had a good time and said
Vlet's liave anothor " I
Cliarley Brooks has struck a new trail.
Bob Keel is following tlie old one fronJ
where C. abandoned it.
Dr. Parrish intemls to start home tomorrow.
If ayounRladv wishes to
dance she should not say, "Well, if Mr,
vy. ooes not com for me I will go with
you. And tlie yourisr man in
should not wait for the said Mr. W. im-!
til said young lady had re.ir,l f,.. n.J
j. "jKbt before going after lier. (
y The Harrison papers are very modest
ii muu a woru about parties
nM-iwir mating hay for Uie past two
week for fear a presume) 1W mm.. .
Dilirht discredit it.
Y Darnell & Nelson are mnvin ki.
iw mill into War Bonnet Canyon.
(partly In form of human beiw) Baiii
windowi and ilnnr i 7 . 'a
the door had to b. brofor;
roruu in in ham ami ui i
where you came from and why you ad
vi; friends to come here. Tell of the
rojw you have raised or seen raised, of
tlie climate, tiie jx-ople, how U-althy it
is, how cliesip vou ran live, the diea!-
nessof lumU-r. wool, liay, vegeUibles,
and all alxuit it. If you don't write
send us a few names atnl if we liave the
iij-rs to siwre will s'iid them cojites
containing letters of your friends and
A nimor lias len curnnt in this
Phil's during tlie week, tliat one of the
men engaged in turning the i luinncl of
Ox-yenne river, near tlie T O T ranch,
was -Jiot and instantly killed by the
foreman of the gang, with w hom he had
ln quarreling over the work. The
fatal event is said to have occurred last
Sat unify. The murderer is .si id to have j
mounted a hor immediately after Iiav-1
ing committed the dis.il and rode away,
thus esi-aping arrest. The names of tlie
trtii-s connected with the tmgedy we
failed to learn. Custer Chronicle.
Guess the rumor must 1 without
foundation, or else they are keeping the
matter very quiet, as (X-lrichs jmrties
who were over at the jKiint named last
week heard nothing of the tragedy. -
Later The killing occurrwl at tln
tunnel' south of Crawford, and the iiarty
who ilone the act, a man named White,
wioi immediately taken in cliarge by
the railroaders and lynched. Oelriehs
Tlie above must liave oriirinated from
the Sunday aJf n.y at Crawfoixl sixiken of
in another place..
Y We were introdud to a school house
recently about eight miles from here,
that but for the introduction we should
not liave known, as its appearance did
not indicate it, Tlie condition of the
house is such as to lie a disgrace to tle
inhabitant of Hint district, and surely
indicates a very great lack of enterprise
on tlie iKirt of the parents who send
children there. The cracks are Wire jukI
numerous that might be chinked or bat
tened in a very few hours and at little
or no expense. If the people there lain
do no lietter we invite them to come to
the Journal office and we will gladly
lend them a few old ijrs ami our paste
pot that tliey may paste a strip of pajwr
over the cracks which would lie a very
great improvment indeed, and if tliey
will show that their individual business
is such U to deprive them of the time
we will send our "devil' to do the work
free of charge.
The little hamlet of Hot Springs, said
to be lie located in this county, is all
torn up over tlie problem as to tlie diff
erence between a foot square and a
square foot. Over the fuss arising
therefrom the teacher has been bounced
from tlie public school and citizens are
taking sides in a manner tliat is said to
forbade actual war. OelriclnrfAdvocate.
Messrs Chan. Brooks, John and Nels
Anderson and Thos. Schuls treated the
young folks of War Bonnet to a splendid
dance and supier at tlie seliool house on
last Iriday evening. About X, twrsons
were present and enjoyed themselves
"hugely" for several short hours and all
felt grateful to tlie donors for the very
pleasant evenine sts nt.
VWhile Mr. Jas. Cook was leadin V,i.
line stallion Mendonian a few
the animal grabbed him by the riirhi
arm above the elbow and bit and tore it
quit severely and some of the ,
are supposed to be torn looi from tl
bone. Iti.a painful wound but will
probably heal without leaving any ma
neveral parties from
. souu, ol Crawfnrd funie lnto
thn ving city last Sumlav .
and after "bowling upgot into
""f "w B H V bpss of tlie
from the hotel wlie Zy ate
arrested and lined 1H
rMik,.BkhM quite Mcb
. P WW the ahM
wiie re hii funiii.. --.I .. , f
Good stock always on liand. All
(south of Pfost's I j very Barn - . .
The H e st;
Or a Square Meal
TrniisacU a general lert
Loans Honey on Oc
FiGERT ROHVVEIt, Pnipncfor,
Special Attention tc
-FFXD STABLE IN CUSF '
Best Accommodations in!
and- . i
"The Rorthwesiem Line"
East, North, SotttH
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