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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1889)
Paper in Sioux County.
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 feel that fob have been robbed
by the corruption of county officials)
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PER in the county? If so, then subscribe
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send a copy to some relative or friend
and they may In induced to come and
. ( wu iivti I l r v Ulf
merous Una ever and items from arffT
hbltled parte f the county will be hadToeT yard.
ii you do not
want it a year try
it for three month.
W, E. PATTERSON, Prop.
i. H- COOK.
Agate Stokos Batch.
Brand c on left jaw. Make aspec-falty
nf breeding Roadsters, Draft and Saddle
Horses; also red and black Polled cattle,
boot & shoe maker,
First door north of Bank Harrison.
C. F. Cwfee.
( HAH. C. JAMESON, C asiut-r.
General Banking Business
C. H. Andrews & Co.,
Fine Toilet Goods,
STATIONERY A PERFUMES,
lit THE CITY.
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I mm MDHakaa' ad ku ,ka
rail Ulutrata. Kit dia of WmdiLm.
1 tr- Sane for aaicl
AtCKITECTt & IUILCEIC
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maocmpkle sutw of eosstrr ax cMt raattaa
r jpoblie DaiMlnn. Nsmroaa Mranai.
and raft alaiw and paelSeaUoai for thi aaa of
toed m contain ptata boildlBf . Prlca tUC a mi.
I w .v vsimji iwiua uwi mmv
M0.IH application i for American uit for.
Men aaiants. Send for Uaadkook. Coma.
lauaadlat protactloa. Saod lor llandboot
COITllfftllTM for book, charts, aaaa.
U qnleklr prorared. Addreaa
HCNX 4c CO., Paint Rallritara.
finiBAi. ornca : M Bmahvat. . T
Oats for sale at the lumber yard.
teraaMoauror sale at the lai
Henry Wertx returned from Wianer
Med At the residence of John Hem
near Montrose, on Monday
10:80 o clock, Peter Buffer, from injur
les received a few days ago by a log fall
ing upon his head. The deceased waa
twenty-five year of age at the time
his death and unmarried. Burial wrvi.
ces will be held at Montrose trwlnv
Having recieved special prices onrrtr-
perysvocu grown at fchoux City, Iowa.
nna wishing to furtlier introduce tM
p quote Uie following reduced nriceaj
the same to hold good until March lOtb
Apple trees, 3 to 4 ft, per 100
Uharrjr 8 to 4 ft " '
Plum 8 to 4 ft " "
All other kind of fruit and ehmha
qaally cheap. Forest tenia nf anv aW.
crrption at phow lower than ever Mom
m eaonx eonnty. All utock warrawted
te ha In food enndiUon traan Mivarad
The Sioux County Journal
Published every Xliurw;
Subcriition Prke. fi.00
w f P.llewon Editor and ITN
Euleivd at tlie jiooHU at
as secoml dus matter.
Poultry. r don. f2 to 3.
Oats per 100B.1.00to 1.10.
Corn. r 100 90 to 11.00.
Bmn, per 100 ft f 1.10.
Feed, clioped, per 100 ll.M,
Potatoaa, per bu. 30
Sorglmm, perpil. 60c.
Onions, per hu. fl.50.
Omma, r bu. 12 00.
Outs for sale at the lumher yard.
OR FOR HALE AT THE Ll'M-
Sir. & Mrs. Jas. Cook were in Harriwni
last week. Mrs. Cook is enjoying imu-h
better health tlum formerly, we are glad
Cliiulron is making a united effort to
secure the State Normal scliool. We
hooe thev may be successful and thmk
the location a desirable one.
If Mr. Carleton's experienc doesn't
teath him tliat lie lias been a meek little
fly then liis exjierience will be widt-ly
different from ours and many crthers.
Dr. Shafer was i-alied to attend Mr.
Eli J. Wilcox Sunday night. His troub
le was some swelling of the throat, hut
after the Dr's skillful treatment ) im
We understand that Mr. Egan, of tle
Du was County Journal, has diMiwaed of
his interest in the Lusk Herald to Mr.
Myers the former efficient local editor of
that newsy sheet
DM At his residence near the head of
Whistle creek on Feb. 6, of pneunxmia,
Mr. Joseph Bartow aged Ijetween SO and
60 years- He leaves two children, boys
here, and a wife and child at Kansas
On or about Feb. 20, tliere will be a
change qf firm at the Ranch Supply
House, and all those indebted to the
present owner are respectfully request
ed to call and settle their accounts be
fore that date.
Died A two year old child of Leo-
pold DeBock's on last Monday. The
child was taken alck Sunday morning
but not Berionsly ao until sometime in
the following night when Dr. Sliafer was
sent for only to arrive about ten min
utes after the child's death.
Mr. W. Munson and G. W. Davis made
this office a very friendly call last week.
Mr. Davis lives on Antelope and Mr.
Munson is at present stopping at Geo.
Turner's and is one of tlie line riders for
the O W cattle outfit. He and Mr. Da
vis were chums in former years at tlie
"cow puncher" business and are old reg
ulars at that business.
D. H. Griswold has taken a partner in
the furniture and hardware business and
now the firm is Griswold k Marsteller.
Mr. J. Marsteller in well and favora
bly known by a majority of the people
in Sioux county, as ha was one of the
Hint settlers on this ridge. With the ac
cumulated proOte of bis honest toil he
now embarks in business with the vet
eran Griswold and the many friends will
be glad to greet John s smiling counte
nance from behind tlie counter at Gris
wold and Marsteller' s. The stock has
been moved to Mr. Griswold'g more ca
pacious quarters on the corner. .
Mr. Jas. R. Kidd, of the wholesale
house of Farrell & Co., Omaha, was
stopping at the Harrison House Mondav
night and having retired early proceeded
w coax to mmseu ine sweet blissful
slumber by reading a few pages of an in-
by ""J'"8 f'T f "
teret" novel, wherein, during the
course or tus reading, a ship had gone
down in mid ocean and manv nannl haA
perished. He soon after fell asleep and
dreamed that he waa on board a vessel
during a mighty gala and she lad drifted
upon the rocks and waa sinking. Rnafe
o , ifiuil a bnun-
der like voice roared out the orders. All
was confusion amid the neltimr of the
rain, the lightning's flash and the mighty
uianaer ot Uie sea aa the waves chased
each other to and fro. He bad been as
sisting others women and children to
tne boate and now lie was tha only one
left on board. )uick! the boate are all
gone but one and it is ready; sen! they
have cast off from tha vassal's side. He
waite no longer but springing upon the
a- T"e'aj uwu uia 1
bulwark be leap head foremost into the I
aea lighting on his head in one corner of I
the bedroom with bis feet trviiur tn I
niaae lianas wiui a portrait of Geom
Washington six feet above the floor. 1
Hie dream ended then and there and .
curiae an old bandkarcfaaef la wicaat ik.
rif?inf hiooa from liis forehead and ty-
mmfwrn wpm a heat be ooukt in the
I F . Weir &'C. s amiounced a the
Mouse. Mr. Weijxiti. m the urm
oulv tlie natural enuh tf tl iioneMj .
BiteritV, good juagniem. anu w
mention to bUMne tlwrt clwnu ier-
izedhuuin tbe a( rty f clerk and
manager for Mrs. lkisaetta extensive bua
iness in tle put. Ed s iuny frills are
j;lad to see him goto tlie front feeling
sure tluit he will stay tbare.
To tlie Jm-RJfALs The niaem. of
Wiite fiver met last Saturday evening
to organine tieMeves inta mutual
protective association to devise means or
jrotec3ijt ajjuini Slaving our crops des
Vovea by fray range stock. Several of
otirpeojj.eUtedat tliat meeting thai
for three ucesnive yem 1heir crops
have keen destroyed in jthat way.
Thenieeting jntlorsed Representative
Oil Iwiiits actions regarding the bill in
the House to do away with tlie free
ngJaw. incecelyl!oi)ing the sane
u-ni tbe fwrule (and I voice tire aeo-
tiraent of-the reot4e by tliat remark), I
xsquin your resjiectfully,
Mtmn ( reek.
Quite a ru4t of wirtlor tins
fiU-x k has done wB a Us and iicst
The MMlwr entertainment at
Sa. 15 last Friday wgla w as a muiceHS
for Um actors nnd liimnc iali y.
Tlie irreat borer is out again boring
lKle in tlie ground, and tltc panile with
his sour dimiosrtion.
Geo. W. Tool Sr., came near being
hurt liLSt Sunday ty tlie liuje rilgple
of his staMe liretiking.
The lycMun UU is a imm kS
ure and pro.
Why do not the wWi yrrrcrs punish
tlie evil doers? What are they good for?
"Let no guilty person go unpunislicd."
Now Warbler sing vour little song.
E. A. Amlrews, "Ned" guve the young
folks a dance lust Monday night and
"they wont go home till morning."
War Bonaet rTarnllnf.
A social hop at A. E. Andrews' on but
Monday niirut n-aa well enjoyed by
those in attendants.
War Bonnet's bad boy has reformed,
apologized to tlie school ma'am for his
misconduct and promises to do better,
We sincerely hope tlie reformation may
Two young men . with more whiskey
than brains and sense, created some dis
turbance and broke down the stove door
at the Mother Goose entertainment last
Friday evening. Buch wretclteo slioukl
be made to pay for their fun to Uie full
extent of the law.
A brood of young chickens make mu
sic in T. O. William' hennery.
The well driller fiaislied a well for Mr.
Beihle last week 42 feet deep and is now
engaged on one for Mr. Shepherd.
Two young ladies of Jim creek tasted
tlie cooking and made glad Uie hearts of
the bachelors at the AT ranch by tW
presence on last Saturday evening.
Rep nblleaa's Attention.
Tlie republican league of Nebraska
and each republican club in tlie state is
entitled to send four delegates, besides
the president of each organization, who
shall be ex-officio a delegate, to the re
publican league convention to be held at
Baltimore beginning February 28. The
many active clubs in Nebraska should
give their state a strong representation
in that convention, and delegates should
be chosen now and reported soon, in or-
der that the executive committee of
the convention nu.7 make the necessary
Ample accommodations can be secured
for all delegates and others who wish in
n . . 1 .1 1 .
.row um inaugural ceremonies, ir no
tice is given in time.
Hotel rate for the four leading hotels,
American plan, from 83.50 to 84.00
Railroad rate are one fare for
round trip, and on tickets to Waahinn
a stop over at Baltimore will In nli.aj
Jvaat and west of the Ohio river tickets
good from February 80 to March 7.
The names of delegates should be for
warded as early as possible to Mr. D. L.
Brinton, Secretary, 28 west Saratoga
treet, Baltimore, Md. Mr. 'Brinton
will also engage hotel accommodations
hould do o.
tor sucn as signify their wish that
It should be remembered that TWlti
more is a much better .U,. .1 !,(.
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P. wnen Waahinirton is as nnaM-i
11 wil' be during tb inaugutU, than
tha Capital city.
Any further informatinti ran k. i
either of Mr. Brinton at the above
or of the nnrterilgxicd at OmasW
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