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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1890)
l A-lteIRlSOlsr, NBB., OCT. 1,1890.
THE SIOUX cotst
L. J. mnm,' Editor and Proprietor.
F. R. t K. V E. K. TisM table .
Going Went. Going East.
to. n, pHmnM I No. M, paMrniger, S:SB
o. , freight, .a I Mo. M, freight, 8 :00
Get photo's at Haines,
See our new combination offer.
For farm loans no to 8. H. Jones.
Do not mins tlie dance Friday night.
, Wanted Several loads of wood on
V subscription at this office.
, Ilorne blankets, wool, plush and fur
robes at H. A. Cunningham's
Haines will be in Harrison but a
short time so that those who want
photo's should call soon.
THE JoLTt AL and f be Hmalia Week
Ijl Bee for one year for $2.75, cash in ad
vance. The W. C. T. U. is called to meet at
the church on Saturday afternoon at 8
o'clock. A full attendance is desired.
Just received at Mrs. H. A. Cun
ningham's a neiw stock of fall and winter
Bible School at 10 o'clock sharp. It
Is desired that all make at effort to be
The room recently vacated by C. F.
Carlton as a residence is now occupied by
sSatterlee and Walker as a law office.
When your blood is impoverished, the
remedy is at hand. Take Ayer, Saraa
parilla. . Potatoes, onions, cabbage and other
kinds of garden "Mass" token on sub
scription at this office. Anything good
to eat is as good as cash to lis.
It only takes $2.75 to pay a' year in
advance for Th Jocks al and the Omaha
Weekly Bee. Now is the time, to sub
scribe. -HwakosM) Lumbkr: . We In ye a good
supply of seasoned lumber constantly on
hand at our mill on West Boggy. 10
and 12 feet f 10.00; 14 and 18 feet $12.00
per thousand feet First-class native
shingles always on hand.
fc J. E. Ar.ner.
Ah adjourned meeting of the Sioux
County Alliance will be held at Harri
son, Neb., on Saturday, Oct. 23, 1800. at
1 o'clocK, p. m., at the courthouse.
H. O. Stewart, President
the regular monthly examination
of teachers will be held on Friday and
o'clock, a. in., and four p. in,
win oneriai. nnuiio sale am
wll, at my office in tbe vll
The building formerly occupied by
E. M- Carrier as a blacksmith shop has
been removed to Q. Guthrie's lota, and
1L A. Cunningham will soon' begin the
erection of a new business building on
tbe lot thus vacated.
Henry Wester a resident of the
north part of the county, died near Hill
City, 8. P., a". short time ago, of moun
tain fever. Mrs. Diester was afso sick at
the time and could not get up from her
bed to attend bis wants. The family
have returned to the vicinity of their
home, and have the sympathy of all who
learn of their sad loss.
In another column appears the ad
vertisement of the St Louis Glolm Dem
ocrat. This JsotW of th best papers
published in tbe United States.' Its ed
itorials are clean and able andjthe'general
news and miscellaneous reading is fresh
and readable. Send and get a sample
copy arid remember The Journal clubs
with the Globe-Democrat at a very low
The damage case of Hull against the
county eommiwitfners and their bonds
men is out of court. At tbe last session
of district court here Mr. Hull was given
fifteen days in which to file an amended
petition. A paper was filed before
the expiration of the fifteen days.
It was vended by L. O. Hull, but is
signed by no one. It says "comes now
the above named plaintiff, Lorenzo O.
Hull, by W. IL Westover, his attorney,"
but there is no signature to the docu
ment. The papfir Is in the handwriting
of A. W, Crit, but tluvt gentleman has
evidently tired of Hull's cases as he
scratched his name out as an attorney in
the ca.se. Thus ends Mr. Hull's vision of
On last Fridty a suit was brought
in the count court by fi. A. Beers
against Jacob Henry, for damage done
to tlie crops of the former by tlie stock
of tlie latter. There was no contest as
to tlie damage having been done or the
amount claimed, but the defendant set
up tlie plea that the herd law was inoper
ative in Sioux county, and that free
range was the law. The court decided
that herd law was in force in Sioux
county and gave judgment for the plain
tiff. That is one decision on that point
Several rases have been brought where
jpnin jniirhJjavf JbMvrai b"tl" or aw Wuim.
Notice of Sale of Heal Proper
ty in Slrui Connty,N bra
ka. for Tain for tliV
Office of the Treasurer of
Hlonx County. Nebravka. i
H assihok, per. 1, A. 1. IM0.
HtiratJhcreby given that
In nui-HUHiice of una In oom
nlUiiMKt wlfh the Revenue
Lawn of the State of Nebras
ka and Chapter Seventy
Three (73) of the Sewlon Uv
of the State of Nebraska, of
the year A. I. IHrtfl, entitled,
"An act to amend Section
One Hundred and Nine (108)
of ( Uapter Seventy Seven (77)
oi me i-oiupuea nuuute of
KemiwK or iti, entitled.,
"Revenue." I, M. Uavhart.
Treasurer of Moan miuly,
Netiraaka. On the Unit Mon
day of November A. p. 1SW,
iietween the buura of nine
lags of IfitrrlKon, County of
KIoux and Htute of Nebraska,
being the office of tlie Treas
urer of . mid Sioux county,
NebraiikaAnf ltlie Hollow
lug deacrllied real enfiito sit
uated In the wild county of
ftlotfx, for the amount of tax
due thereon, as utated here
in, levied for state, county,
village, school dlatrict, or for
any other purpose,. for the
year A. 1). IMW, and to make
therefrom the amount of
said tax as stated herein for
the year aforesaid, with such
expenses for advertising, ln-
terestnd fees as may have i ,", -
a....rli..il at tliA t.t IOV i
ment. I will adjourn said
sale from day today until all
of the lands, lots and blocks
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WHITE RIVER FRICIKCT.
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lcwln"lriecrf liouse at Harrison.
A. Socth worth, ,
The gang organ says the candidacy
of Wilcox and Conley has no standing at
M. The 4th of Nsveniber will prove
that tbe author of that article did not
size matters up correctly.
Strayxdor Stouw Ffbm my prem
ises on Squaw creek, on Sunday, Oct. 12,
1880, one bay mar with whfte star in
forehead, blind in both eyes, aged about
12 years. Had a rope around her neck
mod light chain attached;
, Coroner Shafer brought us a basket
of potatoes yesterday. They were of
the Early Rose and Blue Victor vaiieties
and were fine, large specimens, many of
them weighing over a pound each. Dr.
Shafer says he has over a hundred bush
els of them.
Mrs. C. M. Woodward filled the ap
pointments advertised, and was greeted
by fair audiences, except at Warbonnet,
Where a misunderstanding in regard to
tbe date prevailed. Those in charge of
the amendment campaign believe that a
good deal was accomplished by Mrs.
A pretended correspondent of the
gang organ wonders why Conley does
hot own ud that he lied and swore raiseiy
In regard to his assevment A man does
not own up to an act which be did not
perform. Had Mr. Conley sworn to the
assessment he would have simply certi
fyed to the truth.
This issue of The Journal contains
a four-page supplement made up of po
litical matter. It is good, straight doc
trine and is entirely composed of
facts and figures, tiive it a careful pe
rusal and see if it does not demonstrate
that the best thing that can be don is to
lct tbe republican ticket
J. W. Scott informs us that cattle
and bones ars bothering him a good
deal. He has his feed put up for his
town stock for the winter and he objects
to having it eaten and destroyed by
lock belonging to other people. Own
ers of stock should take case of their
animal. The farmers have got no more
feed than they need, and' trouble Will
. surely follow if it is destroyed by stock
running at large day and night
-Thasftiswedby theHeraM Pnb
lishinsT Company, of which D. P. Darts
, to "sJvisory" member, says about the
Usae Conley says he owned a lot of katxl
fcpd property in Custer county tss was
working on a B. sV M. railroad dump,
that would bs no discredit if it was the
truth for the money ha earned by hosHwt
toil paid hi debts so that no Judgment
followed him to Stout county, as was
Ucm wi& the 'rUwry" nT4bwr of
ttts ihraM PabUsmteg Company.
... , , mi
tbe law has always avoided that point.
Tbe case of Beers vs. Henry will go to
the district court, where a decision will
be asked on the same point. I
There are three candidates in the
Held fof county attorney. D. P. Davis,
the gang candidate, has never tried a
case in court that we can learn of; L. O.
Hull, the democratic, assistant-gang can
didate, has commenced a number of suits
within tlie past year, but none have been
kept in court and brought to trial; H. T.
Conley, the republican nominee, has a
larger law practice than all the other
attorneys in the county combined, and
at the last term of the district court he
won every case in which he appeared,
which came to trial. It fs about time
that Sioux county had a county attor
ney who is willing and competent to
look after the interests of tlie county as
thev should be, and the election of H. T.
Conley will insure such results.
Tbe gang organ is filled with all
sorts of charges and cracks without any
foundation in fact. The few of the old
gang who remain realize that it is a des
perate battle they have to fight. They
know that if they do not succeed in get
ting some one whom they can "work"
into the county offices to be rilled this
year that it will be decidedly unpleasant
for them. They know that if Conley is
elected county attorney he will prose
cute violations of the law and that his
papers and court work will be such that
it will hold. They know that a number
of the old gang do not desire to go into
court to answer for their past action.
They escaped on the 9th of January, 1800,
by a close shave ; from being taken in
hand by the people, and at the spring
term of the district court they dodged a
grand jury on a technicality. Davis
has never had any experience in the prac
tice of law and Hull has established a
reputation for not being able to keep a
case in court, even if be has to withdraw
the suit, ai he did in the case of tbe sal
ary matter against Walker. Tbe gang
does not want Wilcox elected because be
would work for the interests of the
county and not (or the interests of the
gang. To get fellows in office that can
bs controlled by the gang has been the
end thev have worked for. The demo
crats put Hull on for bounty attorney
and Konrath for commissioner in the
hops that it would ttsaist in defeating
Conley and Wilcox. Hull will get few
rotes aoi the plan was to catch too Ger
man rote by -putting Konrath up for
comnMooer. The piaa shows the
work of Battertes and In-order to still
more add to the effect on the Germans
they put L. Oerlach and Cliaries Blehls
on their central committee. The former
declines kt public card and it is well
known that the latter is not a democrat
The voters are onto the litU game of
UMraarvand wiir defeat their scheme
ssrtUesr b IHss at the peUe.
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GLOBE nHNTTHsTQ- CO.,
ST. LOUIS, M0,
J. E. Arner was in Harrison Tuesday.
Mrs. H. T. Conley is visiting at Glen.
Mrs. S. H. Jones is risiting her parents.
County Surveyor Dew arrived from
Joseph Parson made a substantial con
tribution to the welfare of The Journal
Jacob Hahn sends us a renewal of bis
subscription from Washburn, 111., and
states that he it well satisfied with Tn
Miss Minna Smith, of Tn Journal
force, left on Monday for a visit to her
parents at Warreosburg, Mo. She was
accompanied by Master Ned Simmons.
They will ha absent aeeut hm we4r
To cure anv scrofulous disease or bu
mor, try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It cleanses
Wo want every mother to know that
croup can be prevented. True croup
never appears without a warning, ine
first symtom is hoarseness; then the child
appears to have taken cold or a cold may
have accompanied the hoarseness from
the start After that a peculiar rough
cono-h is develoned. which is followed by
the croup. The time to a5t is when tbe
child first becomes hoarse; a few doses of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will pre
vent the attack. Even after toe rougn
cough has appeared, the disease may be
nreveated bv using this remedy as ai
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