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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 3, 1890)
THE SIOUX COUNTY
L j. !. Editor u4 PrwprtHer.
Going Weit. Gallic tut
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Mo. . freUfnt,--'! a I Ho. M, tnlghTAUt
Corn per hundred t
Oata per hundred
Short per hundred t.
Bran p hundred
Feed chopped pw hundred
Polatoeji per hundred
Butter per ft.
Etf Pr dot.
Poultry per dor.
Onions per .
Bean per ft...
Coal per ton..
Wood per cord
Lumber native per m. ft
WCorrected erery Thursday.
For farm loans go to 8. H. Jones.
Republicans are urged to attend the
Feed and grain for sale at Smith
Bros, livery barn.
Harness made to order out of No. 1,
oak leather, at Cunningham's.
Five ladies attended the school
meeting H tbii district on last Monday.
We want a biffe number of people
to take advantage of our new clubbing
J, C. Northrop is improving his resi
dence property by having it, thoroughly
T. O. Williams is putting down a
wall for A. IIu-vl'iiist on his farm west
of town. t
Y,t other blood medicine so utilizes
the result of scientific inquiry as Ayer's
Call and ee the complete line of har
ness, snddl, whip, lap-dusters, etc. at
tlie harness shop.
If you want the very best terms on
farm loans, go to the Bank of Harrison
before making application elsewhere.
An impromptu party occurred at the
residence of W, B. Wright on Tuesday
evening. A pleasant time is reported
Bv takintr advantage of our new
clubbing offer you can get a larg
or a small
The Andrews drug stock is cloead
out, the sale having been completed on
Tuesday. It is rumored that a new
drug store will oe opened ia a few days,
but how true the report is we cannot
The base ball boys of Harrison go
to Lusk to-morrow to cross bats with
the players of that place, and quite a
number will go to see the sport. As
there will be no celebration, here the
town will doubtless be pretty nearly de
serted. The latest business venture in Har
rison is the addition of a woodwork de
partment to the establishment of E. M.
Carrier. It will be in charge of Asa
Davis, who can always be found ready
to do anything in the line of wagon or
carpenter work. Call and see him.
The advisory board of the non-partisan
prohibition amendment league is
railed to meet at the court house in Har
rison on Thursday, July 10th, at 1
o'clock p. m. All interested in the pro
hibition movement are invited to attend.
D. P. Davis,
It is reported front the front that the
Cheyenne oV Northern will not be com
pleted until about August 15th. A
change was made in the line making it
about four miles longer than at first
surveyed and consequently more time
will be required to complete the work.
Tiie regular services will be held by
Rev. I. F. Lusk at the Southworlh and
Bodarc school bouses on next Sabbath,
in the morning at the former and at the
latter in the afternoon. The basket
meeting will be held in Plimpton's grove
on the Sunday following, July 13th,
both in tlie morning and afternoon. All
are invited to attend.
On Tuesday a case was tried before
the county court, wherein Wot. Hig
gins was plaintiff and Christensen broth
ers were defendants. The suit was to
recover damages to the crops of the
former by stock belonging to the latter.
The court gave judgment for 88.40 and
oosts against the defendants. The case
will go to the district court. H. T,
Conley appeared for the plaintiff and
E. D. Satterlee for the defendants.
8. R. Story, member of trie republi
can county centcal ccTimittee for Ante-
lone nrecinct. was in Harrison the first
aw e .
Howuemen - my fine stallion "Nor
man" can always be found at my farm 1
mile southwest of Harrison.
. Parties having stock to pasture will
do well to see E. A. Weir, at the Ranch
Supply House, Plenty of good grass
C. C. Janeson of the Commercial
Bnnlc. is tho possessor of a couple of
youn coons which were brought in by
Frank lcmasig. "
As there is to be no celebration here
on the 4th the boys hod a little sport on
Tuesday evening by setting off quite a
lot of fire works. ,
; The rooms in the rear of the Ranch
Runnlv biiiklinir are beine fitted up and
will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. H, A.
Cunningham in a few days.
Seasoned Lnireen: We have a good
supply of seasoned lumber constantly on
hand Ht our mill on West Boggy.
The bill for the admission of Idaho
and Wyoming will likely be signed by
the president to-day, so that the people
of the two new states may celebrate the
vent on July 4th.
Those interested in church music are
requested to meet at the M. E. church
on Saturday evening, at 8 o'clock, for
pructiiw. Mnwns Smith,
O. A. Garten brought us a sample
sample of his wheat on Tuesday which
indicated no damage from lack of mois
ture, and the recent rain will make his
Some one has been sending commu
nications from Harrison to the Br and
Wnrld-TTtrald on the political situation.
Some very ludicrous statements and
theories appear in the articles.
Commissioners Green; and Grove
Have taken a contract to carry the mail
from Lusk to Newcastle for a term of
Mars. The trip is to be made three
Umes a week. The work oo the contract
Uagao July 1st,
Rev.. H. It Stearns, general mis
sionary (Baptist) for northwest Nebraska,
will preach at the M. E, church morning
ajod evening of July 6tb. A cordial in
vitation Is extended to every, body to be
the committee meeting, but says the
action of the committee in declining to
consolidate with the fusionists was ex
actly in accord with his views. In con
versation with T. B. Snyder, the mem
ber of the republican committee for
Sheep Creek precinct, he stated to a rep
resentative of The Jouktal that he
agreed with the committee in their ac
tion on the above mentioned point.
The teachers' institute opens on
July 21st. Superintendent Bouthwortb
says lie hopes every teacher in the coun
ty will be on hand ready to do a good
day's work on that day. The institute
should be attended as much as possible
by all who are interested in school work
It affords an excellent opportunity for
school officers to select teachers and
form an estimate of their ability by the
work they do in the institute. Good in
structors have been provided and a ben
eficial session is assured.
Yesterday afternoon the clouds gath
ered and a nice shower of rain followed
Appearances indecate that the rain ex
tended quite generally over the county,
but reports have not come in from the
outside districts. The rain of yesterday
makes the crops on the table land a cer
tainty and corn in all localities where It
rained will be all right. Of course the
rain came too late for some of the small
grain in the Hat Creek country, as the
soil there will not stand dry weather as
well as other portions of the county, be
cause of the peculiar formation of the
soil. The people feel much encouraged
and it is the general opinion that now
that the dry spell is broken plenty of
rain will follow.
The annual school meeting of school
district No. 7 was held at the school
bouse in Harrison at 1 p. m. last Mon
day. The report of D. H. Griswold as
treasurer was read and approved. The
board reported the amount thought nec
essary to run the school for the ensuing
year and a o mill levy for a general fund
was voted. It was decided to have ten
months school during the year. A com
mittee of five was appointed to check up
the books of Mr. Griswold's predecessor
in the treasurer's office, John Thornton,
said committee to report to the school
district at the adjourned meeting on July
88, 1HV0, at 2 o'clock, p. m. G. W. Hes
ter was elected treasurer fc the ensuing
term. He has children of school age and
is therefore more interested than he
In ,tbe preoiocte this fall all the of- would otherwise be and there is no ques-
(stasa in ha elected are assessors and road tion but what he will give the district
urerseer and clerk and judges of else- good service.
lion, unUss there are vacancies to fill in
frhlm n 4iittri nf I lWtttF 100T 01 teW flOTOIw
tie. M-ca. At the reoublkan on marie. Ex-Mayor aniel F. Beatty, of Beatty
Al " PTr" Celebrated Organs and Pianos, Washing,
sewbjaao will vote a ticket, so that no Jersey, has returned home from
ojM ortwo men win oo tin u wnfiiw, - ft0 extended. tour of UM worm, iwbu nis
Wh wn .(. .lW'h0tUw. ttasj iae.h' advertisement in.thiH noppr.aiid istrnd.. for
The repuMnaa primaries will he
in the various precincts of of Sioux
county under the rules adopted by the
republican county central committee as
Andrews precinct At the residence
of J. W. Robinson, on Wednesday, July
16, 1890, from 3 to 6 p. m.
W. W. Hall,
Antelope Precinct. At the residence
of S. R. Story, on Wednesday, July 16,
1890, from 3 to 6 p. m.
S. R. Stout,
Bodarc Precinct. At school house,
district No. 6, on Wednesday, July 16,
1890, from 3 to 6 p. m.
Bowen Precinct. In the court room
at Harrison, on Wednesday, July id,
18M, from 8 to 6 p. m.
C E. Houos,
Cottonwood Precinct. At school
house district No. 4, on Wednesday, July
16, 1890, from 8 to 6 p. m.
Chas. U. Grove.
Five Points Precinct. At the resi
dence of Frank Tinkbam, on Wednesday,
July 16, 1890, from 3 to 6 p. m.
Hat Creek Precinct. At the residence
of George Cant, on Wednesday, July 16,
1890, from 3 to 6 p. m.
W. P. SOCTHWORTH,
Lower Running Water Precinct. At
the residence of O. J. Gowey, on Wed
nesday, July 16, 1890, from 8 to 6 p. m.
O. J. Gowey,
Running Water Precinct At the res
idence of J. H. Cook, on Wednesday,
July 16, 1890, from 8 to 6 p. m.
J. A. Oreri,
Sheep Creek Precinct At the resi
dence of T. B. Snyder, on Wednesday,
July 16, 1890, from 3 to 6 p. m.
T. a. Snydkr,
White River Precinct At the school
house district No.l, on Wednesday, July
- A. E. Gates,
. Warboimet Precinct At school house
district No. 15, on Wednesday, July 16,
1890, from 8 to 6 p. m.
Having disposed of his business inter
ests here W. E. Patterson, the founder
of The Jocrxal, left on last Saturday
for the east In his two years residence
in Sioux county Mr. Patterson became
very popular and his hosts of friends will
be pleased to know of his success when
ever Ite may locate.
N. C. Hutchings of Soldier Creek, Was
in Harrison yesterday and made this of
fice a pleasant call.
Carl Todtenhaupt is now employed at
W. R. Smith's store.
' H. H. Russel was in Harrison yester
day. He has been taking care of some
of Job's comforters, which he does not
appreciate very highly.
, Wm. Schulz called on Monday and or
dered The Journal sent to him at Wis-
aer, Neb., where he expects to remain
for some time.
Fred Betschen called last Friday and
added his name to our list of readers.
August John writes us to send him
The Journal at South Omaha, where he
is employed by Swift & Co., and is doing
D. P. Davis and E. P. Maine left on
Tuesday for a trip to tlie Black Hills
Judee Barker eoes to Rushville this
eveninir to spend tlie 4th with his fath-
C. E. Holmes leaves this evening for
Alliance. Where he will fly the Great
American Eagle tomorrow.
K. A Weir, ot uie nrm oi weir at voi,
arrived home on Tuesday from Chicago.
He spent a pleasant time.
E. G. Hough left last week for Chica
go and we understand he will represent
a wholesale stove bouse in Nebraska.
HERE, WE ARE READY
At the LoWeat Living Prices. We Have a Big Stock of Barbed Wire on Bud
We are Selling 26c. Below Market.
COME IN AND SEE US,
GRISWOLD & MARSTELLER.
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between L. J.
Simmons and W. E. Patetrson, doing
business under the the firm name of
Simmons & Patterson, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent, W. E. Pat
terson retiring and the business will be
continued by L. J. Simmons.
; All accounts due the firm will be col
lected by them, and all firm debts paid
The question of redress needed by the
people of the state of Nebraska opens a
great field for discussion. . There is no
question but that the farmers and labor
ers have grievances and wrongs, received
at the hands of corporations and organ
ized capital, which should be righted.
The fact of the farmers and laborers or
ganizing for the purpose of protecting
their rights created aa opportunity for a
class of demagogues to whom Judge
Thurston has very appropriately applied
the name "professional heroes," to as
sume the role of friends of the farmer
and seek to ride into popularity on the
wave which is rolling over the state.
They have harped upon the hard times
experienced by the farmers until a feel
ing of distrust has been aroused in the
east so that it is almost impossible to
find a market for Nebraska securities in
the east The legislature of New York
has passed a law prohibiting the savings
banks of that state from investing in
Nebraska real estate securities and pri vate
capital is certainly as cautious. It is
right and proper that the farmers should
demand justice at the hands of corpora
tions, but it is not justioe to the interests
of the state that demagogues should seek
to further their own personal ambition
at the expense of the prosperity of the
entire commonwealth. A great deal of
the rapid development of this state is
due to the bringing in of eastern capital,
and if it was tlirurod down to a certainty
it would be proven that tlie farmers of
Nebraska have received, on an average,
better returns for the capital invested
than any other class of people in the
state. It is hoped for the general well-
fare of the state that tliey will continue
to work for the correction of wrongs.and
at the same time will put their foot
down on any movement gotten up by
political aspirants wrucn win cnppie me
financial standing of the state.
W. E. Patterson.
All indebted to the firm of Simmons eV
Patterson for job work or advertising,
will confer a favor by calling and set
tling at the earliest possible date.
SANDS OF Tin.
Ttie footprints of
a great many of the
folks in Sioux Co.
lead to the
RANCH SUPPIY HOUSE,
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION
AND BASKET PICNIC,
. MONTROSE. .
Herman Konrath. Committee on
Henry Piekersbrock, f Arrangement,
Frank Mayer, J
Music. Montrose Cornet Band.
.tamo Clark. Readinc Declaration of
Frits Stieh, ..Orator in German.
George Walker, Orator in English.
Sack and Wheelbarrow Race.
Pitching Horse Shoes.
Races for Old Men, Young Men and Boys
commencing at 10 a. m.
Refreshments at Stands.
Meals served at the Restaurant
Dancing all night, supper at the Burg.
Our Invitation to all for a Days Fun,
especially to to the Lovers of the Light
We need money, expect soon to order
more goods and then will need more
monev so everybody indebted to us will
please settle at once either by cash or se
cured note. Ranch Supply House.
Thoush advanced In years, has hair ol raven
iuGraV bsirs are .trkiHy prohibited to
Miss Margaret Slattory, both of Sioux
Windsor Slattkry A t the Northwes
tern Hotel in Harrison, Neb., on Hon-
d. June 80. 1890. bv S. Barker,
county Judge, Mr. R. W. Windsor and
These parties are both well known
here, the . groom havimg been deputy
county clerk for some time prior to
January, and the bride is an estimable
young lady who has been a resident of
this place for a long time. The newly
married couple left on the evening train
fur Alltanue, where they expect to make
their home, and all wish them a smooth
hi. dominions, snd enc
wots to that country of Ayer's Hsirvifor,
bytbe use of which the Shah's subjects save
not only their hlr but their heads. Ayert
HalrVlcr restores the natural color of the
hair. It should be on evea teuvMable.
... hitr hMsn to fade and
to ten out so badly that I thought I should
bebaldTbut the use of Ayef s Hair Vigor
i a,. riainsl color sad msde my
hair strong, abundant, , .Jj"
ot tall out any more." - Addle Basnsr. mo
m . rtMlnnatl. Ohio.
Mf hair (which had partly toraet grey)
" UELSi t its TOuthful ootor sad
...mi by the use of s few bottles of Ayer's
HsteVlfor. I shall contftwe tonss,at
iaao better dressing lor the hftlr."-
Oatdo Oapp, Oeorgews, Ah
Aycrfo Hair Vloor,
Oft, S. C AT 00., bowen,
THAT A SQUARE DEAL IS
In Every Transaction.
LARGE STOCK OF Groceries,
Doots and Shoes,
and Hats and Gaps,
and We Are Still Offering Some
In Several Links.
RANGE SUPPLY HOUSE
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