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The Sioux County Journal
HARBISON, NEB., SEPT. 24, 1891.
.iut to take tl.ro, from t e
J. VrirW. any ho lave not ordered the
T.f.i H. V B. R. Time taltlr.
Wt- Uolufl Kurt.
mUrd, )JO!S. C mixed
- r-r.. Money!
t-J.'w to Win OQ fa.
ftlH in imull
iyut once at the Bank
Tr V A NTTVFRSs
LEADfcK Ur the U-xt in tlie countrv
3RCHHT TMLORING.t- .,,
UTT STYLES, rwmed tbeir iirst-born son, who arrived
LOW EST PRICES, j ftt Uye'r 'wine la.st Tuesday.
PERFECT FITS. ; -Tell your friends jn the eu4 that
uwre ii a large amount of government
land in hioux county own for settle-
WooH in all in-
, - rtiM, W ram yunlay afternoon
.,.., Kr a up until well into i,e i.,.(.
'i"1' l water fell and put the
ground m good condition for fall Mow
ing and seeding.
-tftOMPT ATTENTION GIVEN To
CKAWroUI Kt ALI.IAN'CK,
FA R MS
HOttniT AND HOLD
IiIJI IT CiTf AL
it l,i!:i. Pnwldrtil.
Uwi i,r.m.icn, Viee-I"rvldiiit.
rt. II. JnM, wrrUiry.
', K. Vnm.lreiv.iirer.
II. T. luxtti, Aiutrnry.
y?hnwtm on our H1.j over thirty I
whMi wmn wll on LON'U I
T1MK and EASY PAY
MENTS. rrtie wishing to MlV or sell idiould
Vt the Secretary,
mds bought ultd iwid on commiAUon.
MR EM 'OX DK VCK SOLICITED
l - w wiH Jfive The JoikxaI, one vear
! to the party who will bring us the tirir-
wt watermelon. A record of the weight
of ctu-h melon brought in will be kept
and tlie award made at the clo.se of the
diaries Iliehlehas purchased a black
(tolled hull from J. II. Cook. It in pleas
ing to note that the farmers are prepar
ing to grade up their cattle. It costs no
more to raise (food stotk than ior and
Jjtlif returns aro much moro satisfactory.
(;. S. Scott has moved into town
sind oc-ciipies the (ialpin property, in or
der tliat Ids children may K to x hool.
Tlwre ore a )-'osl many in Sioux county
who have children who are deprived of
j school simply bej-au.se there so few jo
plp. Every parent should try and
"coax" otlier settlent to hi.s nei'hlKir
IhkkI, - Oo lu'count of tlie storm la.st even
ing the entertainment by Miss Chapman
was postponed until Saturday evening,
S-pl. 2th. All who can should avail
theinselvps of the npxrtuuity to hear
this gifted lady. Those who have heard
her pronounce her an artist in her pro
fession, so if you want to spend an even
ing of pleasure, bt sure to lie at the
church Saturday evening.
-The work of threshing will likely lie
pushed along (piite rapidly in this local
ity. J. E. Wallace ha-s started his nia-
JTmOAnnton at the rhurch Haltir
cJiitw up and the Dove machine from
Wltonvwiod Is In WartKinnet precinct
and a fnndiine Ik expected from Wyom
ins in a few dayn. The work will Iss di
vided tip so that it will not Is; lout,'
until the grain will all be ready for mill
The democratic county convention was
called to order at 11 o clock a m. on
Mondavi September 21, with Jacob Mark
ing, or rive roints precinct, as tempor
ary chairman and J. 15. Hurke, of IMarc
I -Ilk-hest market l.n.'e Jaid fur grm . ' 0n m conventiott adjourned until
K lie Harrison Lumber 1 nrd. I 9
A couple of Hirht rait visited thisi At 2 p, tm the convention was called
lnlitjf during tlw pwtt week. j to onlef by Chairman, and tliere liemg no
Wlien pfi ratit U pKKl nmokc ffl to
'urn's nrl if one irf tile
contesting delegations, oft motion the
following-named wrsous were eniuieu 10
seats ax deleiites in this convention:
Amelttw (.' o. II. nirnrr -A'lrew-Clni.
Scott, by Jrh. H. ott pruiy.
Ilowvn-W' K-Hoyt, JuflKsWeTursmiflk..
lK'l!t?olTi'ts--J:oh Maftlng. Kritz Sttcb
nml IjiiiIs Hufflim.
Hul ( reek ('. . Coffee, Win. Miller.
Ixiwer ltiinnlnKwiit.ir-CIInt, Ames.
Montro-(J. Itnlnerj, M. I). Jordan, Jacob
WerhrBir nnd Jot'n Jiellcno,
Wurboiinet-Jerrv WIH nd John Merman.
On motion temfiorary ornizatioq
mu mnd tvPAi:(nen.
Th ronven(i6D Chen proceeded with
JMS!,a tilt: n rfkU the ff (be nifnination of candidates for t ie : sev-
,ini i ,.t,M.v ivrn.ws which resultea in ine
runRi win nvB bit. rt Biam
( (Mnir Treiisurer Jacob Mf KlnK, ol
-J. H, (,o1; loalletl a car Of fat caH
PI ua Tuesday and also Miipped a iWt
pnLttk on the same ilsif.
wTRr: Two iroat wood-:hopfifrfs
RlfHAKI) IH SS.
Tilt Jot mxu iwitl eh UWkly lit
m now until January li ftfr 13
Vaah in advance.
-Only M c!t in 'i!1i wil wrirej
tie who fflti e suS rl Rraiu
Ml WiW ret it be Known.
-Krtri5int for (enrhef'd cerf f(i-
"Piwieoted theinsehes last rmtcy
ifiturny fr examfnutfoB.
I. r R Tturkewi1
V"x ("Xh' fill. Tiff M.'t). Jordsu, hi Mont
r'r.,i)'-A-.i,,,l.--Juli,m SlcWiV-of Ho
. A , ri'l wiv.t rt
cwk.of Cottonwood prwlnet.
toi (omity Surveyor-JoWn K
!"' ' I".'-"" H- .1 Shnr.,rf
door its "nt (. ftnlK A hoiV rnW
buve, huir-csr? or' linumpV'.'
. votiib nnu N9 ii we 'jon u
M. Onjfiwoi.f A IhtiSrtttM-
A. t'unniiiKttt-ni' nA cA c u
Jwboilding north d the rsrklvsui
ffteiweM a oW-mnlTii jr enUBn-
itfW.-.KirsU:las native . IliniBfr
wufrten dmatantly on bund ut iV.V
JjW Eairf Ronryi 13 miles eaiit of
v J. E. ARKB.
Vj Tuewl A. M. DnnieU ent u a
melon wnicS weighed 23' pounds,
rpratty fair,- ieioff the lieaviest
Wit to our offle ad fr tliii imaiton.
Wlwa to aay thaW te mlon as
are ii faittr rt.nr.rtm ttW rrons:
fcckin Uiraahed M BiWieln , of
flwn the product of flired buahelt
SiZ, Tni SUA laid mtflet! three feet
Uof ralllet and tut fedt
HJ flaw (tf Moux county vs. G C,
ffW etoat itn In the countv court on
39 Coutfty Attorney Conley prwc j l""nl
ruse and Oeorm Walker de- J.I).
The Mnl'w.. itui iviuntv a few day
iudirmrfnt fnr MR. Uai bal-1 winter at H
The officers and meiVibefs of the cen
tral committee were electee Miouo
thftlnnan-K. I), wiiif rieo.
V?r5i J "d VrlU H(KS'i "at Cre.ek.--C. F. of;
ZL.. i.,r Kunlilnifwater Clint Aims,
rmtn--i. "! and M. P, Jorrtan ;
JOn moSSS' the colialy cereal com
mUtee wan empowered to (llV any and
Wancies which .aHffht ocfttlr on the
. B. BCBKE, finalKman.
Charles Peterson' callerf tf.&n'ty
ltcimblican ( onuty ( onfeiitiun. !
Republican county convention met at
11 o'clock a. m., Sept. 19, luftl, and
Uriah Adams, of Montrose pret im l, was
elected teni)oniry chairman and A. R.
Dew, of Warlsmnet precinct, as tempor
Moved and setximled that the conven
tion adjourn until one o'clock. Lost.
Moved that tire chairman appoint a
committee ou credentials. The follow
ing committee was apiinted:
A. Mctiinley, F. Tinkham, D. AV.
Woody, J. W. lluntt-r, A. R. Kennedy.
Moved and seconded that the chair ad.
point a committee on permanent organi
zation and order of business. Carried.
The following committee was apiointed:
Wm. Dixon, A. Nicholson, JohnCur
ren, A. R. Dew, Solomon Stoi.
Moved and seconded that the commit
tues retire and prejarn their reports.
HKPOKT OF COMMITTEE OS CIIKDENTIAJUS.
Your committee on credentials find
the following persons entitled to seats as
delegates in this convetion viz;
Andrews J. W. Kobliison.
Hixl hit -Wm. Dijioii S . I.,ilfei'ty, J. W.
Five I'olntH-M. J. O'Conni'l, K. Tiiiklinm.
Ijiwer Hiiinihi('utcr Alviii Nicholson, O.
Hat ( n ek - A. W. Molir, I). V, Woody.
Moutrosc-Ja. Clark, r, Adams. I). K.
ItuiiiihiKwater- A. Melilnley, It, Addie.
Stiske Creek -John Curren, Jr.
sheep I 'reck -
w hlte lliver-
WnilK)iim:t-A. U. Keiitiedv. A. Ii. Dew.K.
nowi-n -(.rant i.utlirie, Ceo. Walker,
Aiwl nip. cliolcc ot one otlier (lelcijalc
mil C. K. Verltv, and hi.- elioiee of one other
lelcatclpr howen iireeim-t.
A. MclilM.KV, 1
i. W. Woouv,
A. H. KkvnkiiV, VCoiii.
1 RXK TlNKIIAM, I
J. W. 1ICXTKH. I
Report of the committee on creden-!
tials was amended as follows: bj' strik
ing out the word "none" after Antelope
On motion the reiort of the Commit
tee on credentials was adopted as
C. E. Verity named David Bartlett as
lis associate ami tieorge Walker selected
E, (j. Hough as his associate delegate.
RETORT OF COMMITTER t)X TKKMANHNT OR
GANIZATION A-M) Oi:lt'.It OF BUSINESS.
(IentU'.mes: Your comniittee on per
manent organization beg leave to report
For Termaiiont Chairman, Uriah Adams.
For l'rriiinaent Secretary, A. K. Oew.
The order of business as follows:
1. Delegates to the state convention.
2. " " judicial "
3- Noinlnatlc.m for county clerk.
4. " " treusiircr.
5. " ' " Mljerltr.
B. " ' " aiiiieriiiU'iidunt
7 ' " coroner.
H, " " " jlto-
y, " " ifi'vcyor.
Wm. Ilixo.v, 1
A. Nichoi,on, i(,
JOHN CCI1KES, pul"'
A. It. DiJW. I
On niotiori the report of cohimittec on
permanent organization and onler of
business was adopted.
Moved that the convention adjourn
until 1:30 p. m. Carried.
1 ::0 p. m; Convention met pursuant
Moved that all nominations he made
bv taking first an informal ballot.
On motion E. G. Hough and Grant
Guthrie were selected as delegates to the
Moved and seconded that the conven
tion proceed to baflot fof delegates' to
indii ial convention, tarried
Geo. Walker an9D. W. Woody having
received a majority were declarefl duly
The convention' proceeded" to ballot for
l candidate for county clerk; candidates,
M. J. O'COnflell, James Clark and A. R.
Infornial.hallot:. , -i
M. J. O'Cohnol received s voted.
JamcagjarK " l '
A. It. Dew "
First KoTmal :' ,
A. K. Dw
M. J. O'Conncll was declared' nomfnee
and on motion' the nomination was rmuie
A. W; Mohf lieini? thrf only candidate
ribminated' for cortnty treasurer ny
resulted: C. H. Andrews, 10 votes;
W. 0. Patterson, 3 votes, Geo. Sliafer, 3
On motion the informal ballot was de
clared formal and C. II. Andrews was
On motion A. R. Dew was nominated
for surveyor by acclamation,
On motion Geo. Walker was elected as
chairman of the county central commit
tee. On motion E. G. Hough was elected
secretary of the count' ceutral com
mittee. On motion the following were sug
gested as the committeemen for the dif
Andrews J. W. Kobinsou,
Hodarc Wm. Dixon.
Bowen Uraut Outhrie.
Five Toints Frank Tinkham.
Ixiwer Ku uniiiff water Iiuis Larson.
Hat Creek-O. W. Woody.
Montrose s. Hwinebank.
Kiinningwatcr A. McOinley.
Snake Creek John Curreii, Jr.
Warbonnet K. J. Wilcor.
Moved that the chairman of the county
central committee be allowed to name
the committeeman in each precincts not
represented at this convention. Carried.
The chairman proceeded to name the
committeemen from the absent precincts
Antelope S. R. Story; Cottonwood-"-
Robert Tally: Sheep Creek T. B. Sny
der; White River David Calville.
On motion the minutes of the convex
tion were adopted, as read.
On motion the convention adjourned.
A. R. Dew, Chairman.
Geo. H. Turner.
G ENERAL MERCHANDISE.
lrtv of Sioux Indians and a band
of Ovnsies furnished amusement for our
1 ' - . . A ' 1 -1
people iuesoay ami eacn coninveu w oo-
tam a sum ol money irom uie people.
The former had war-clubsi moccasins,
pipesj etc., which they :;old for cash or
swapped for provisions, dry goods or
ammunition; while the lauer naa some
bears and a monkey fof attractions.
Fires haVe destroyed a large amount
of crass in various iortions of the County.
This is to 1 regretted for the feed thus
destroyed won id i e of great benefit to
the stock and th burning of the grass
in the fall is a detriment to the roots of
the grass and the growth will not be so
good next year. A great deal of care
should be taken to orevent the destruc
tion of the grass by Iire( for in addition
to the above it endangers hay in the
stack and buildings of the settlers;
Notlce-Hnlliesteau Knl ry,
U. 8. l.AMlOKFICK, j
Complaint havinK been made at this office
ir n,.rvnv ii. Kiiasitll acahist Marrlot (j-
Howe forfaiftiro to comply with law as to
homestoaa entry ho. mu auuiu am" .
iuui .,. n,o u V neV-ae.V nwV ncV 8WM
nw.V seK section :U, townshift 31, range S4
. m ainnr enimtv. Nchrakii. with a view to
the cancellation of mid entry; contestant
allCKiiiK that the said Marrlot G. Howo has
wholly abandoned said tract that he has
Bnanifcu uis resilience uicmiium
than six months since making said entry,
that said tract is not settled upon aud culti
vated by said party as rerttiired by law, that
claimant has never established a residence
thereon since filing on same. The said par
ties arft hereby summoned to appear at this
otllce, on the 24 day of September, 19J, at 10
o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish testi
mony concerning said alleged failure.
Toatimony of witnesses will be taken be
fore S. H. Jones a notary infblic at his office
in Harrison Neb on the 17 day of Sept. 1891 at
10 a. in: 1. r OWfctia, imumYui.
We have now on hand a first
class stock of Clothing, Hats,
Caps, Gloves, .Laces, Ribbons,
Hosiery, Boots and Shoes, High
Patent Bon Ton Flour always
on hand, no better in the land.
Corn, Oats, Chop, Bran and nil Kinds of Feed. A complete stock of Hardware,
Tinware, Barb Wire, and all kinds of Farm Machinery,
Which we will sell at Lowest Prices possible. We invite
all to call and look at Our Goods before buying.
We Shall Endeavor to Treat all Fair and Square.
H. T. CONLKY,
.U-I hi. name to Olir Iisioi reauers,
f C Jfcal, of Ashland, called on Mon
d.W aHJ Trdered The JoCbA1- sent U
j'"l) Cltiffhor'n arrived' froni Chicago
. w divf ago. w, rnd "1
f.;l, at H. WtacLachfa..' place and
T33? UWrtofTh. ."ooHtir; a locati6n for hoe o, .
i , ; - wnnei coarv j w, u. noB" "
Sg$t TdomAI- .tinwlU(i town, Satunly.
Mi. -rrs'.w yy""?srix!r . ... of the week
I "uivea wiird way nwu niawi, who m -
s?! u prtJpi yaprillcaUoo fof U
Ml) In thSr locairty and
to cOtoa and taka up warn
1. """" 'o
,i ,tit , rf rt? f Ha
own ma w . r, v
Treasurer Oaylwrt a.ad D. t.
i : - um nvmr niiuuui
, were w - j vmlilM,., .,
f! D. F mpion uinc" "
u ' '..i. An Hubicrition.
Frank Hman -
wood the first or t cea
Johri ElrstWrher beini? the only can
didate was nominated by acclamation for
I,, office 6f sheriff,
For the office of superintendent there
i..,.,l In nomination S. Ij. R. Maine,
Miss lW Connor and B. F. Thomas.
... luiiiot.'voto an foilnws!
K L, It. Maine received ,9 ""
Miss Eva Connor hiving received a
EstraV Notice. , ,
Taken dp by the undersigned in Harrlsfih,
Neb 1 bay .horse, weight about, 950, branded
Ml on left shoulder ai)d something like N op
right shoulder; 1 brown horsp; weight aboftt
1 nm pounds.' branded something like N on
- .ri.t uiwiniifiir. white atrine in luce and four
white feet: J9-,,. . KEI"r
DaUsd, llai-risbu, Neb., Au 17, 1891.
Notice to Land Owners.
t i, who' it may co'Scekx:
.nw. MnimiHHlnnnr annofnted to elstablisfi a
road commencjingat the southwest corner
o sei tion n, wjwiiHiii i m, ;"hv
" ...i ....o.... siiiii Mini tv. Nebraska, run
thence east on tn seciioii un ue,i,TO"
Hc-ctlons 5 and 8, 4 and ft, 3 and 10, 2 and 11 to a
point 10 cnallis eilHl Ol uieeumei ......y..
lections, 3, HI and 11; tKenec mtheasterly,
J I Ml H'
A ticket given with every dol
lars worth of goods you
purchase tot CASH.
8 Tickets gives you a Silt'er Plated Sugar Shell, worth fl 0d
10 Tlcliets gives you a Butter Knife; worth 1 25
12 Tickets gifes you a tiew style Lace Pin, worth i 50
25 Tickets gives you ft set of Rdger's Teaspoons) worth. 3 Oil
35 Tickets gives yoti a set of Roger's Knives, wW'th 3 73
35 Tickets gives you a set bt Rtjger'fc Forks; wOr'Hi...!...: 3 75
50 Tickets gires you a set of fidgers Tablespoons; wdttH .u 6 00
W 4LEASE COIE AND SEE THE GOODS.
Our fail stock ef Brjr GGods Boots,
Shoes, liats, Caps, GldVes and Under
wear has just arrived.
Complete stock of Cloth'irig of Latest Sttlks just
reyeived tP which we tall your specjatjeofi:
Low PficeS aild Fair Treatment
of the same J, thence east H nine, leniuuav iir
at the X coi;ner on the west side of section
12, township 82, range M has. reported in
favor of the establishment thoreot, and all
ohiections thereto or , Claims for damages
must lie filed in the county clerk's office on
or liefore noon of the 21st day of November;
A !., Mil p'r said road will be established
without reference thereto.. ,
majority of the voles cast, the informal
ballot & declared' formal and Miss Eva
Connor aeciareu o,cvi.. ,. i ,.
For the' office df county judge tliere I
were placed in' riomimitlon 0. W. Pester,
and 8. H. one: Tlie informal ballot
resulted:. 6. H. Jones,' lb votes; O. W.
moS informal' ba.iot was de
claretl formal and O. W. Hester declared
ll,Ko7S oTiice ot coroner there were
C, H. Andrews and
pinceu in uuii" I m
.',-0,TaVsdU':' Tlie liirumiul mW
Ranch Supply House.-
MacLachlari So CdQki ProS;
Limits his practice to diseases of the
(Such aB IiOsA of Memoiri, FJP&lJw
tion and Will-fower, Craffif; Fit Gen
eral Nervousness, and all forms of
(As shown , by a&iffteM pLBreai
tin, Palpation, Fluttering and Nun
ness in regioh Of the Heart.)
(Such' as Skini Diseases; Tjicers, Exces-
jive filijinessor ,eaness oi me iimx,
Faintness, Dizziness, etc.) ,
ADDRESS WITH TAflREHr
1482 O ST. LINCOLN, HIS.
i-?fiitlon this fpir.
atxikdE waIker; -
. (i ,,Att6ray-at-Law; , ,.
Wnf .practice before a(f Courts and tlie. C'
jAid Office, Insf ness ejitrusted' to m
care wfll receive prcnipt attention.'
HaMISON, - NKHUXSKA.
k t: suck;
Fashionable Barber and Hair Dresser
EvervtlUnor in his line clone m a neat!'
iiM rtisuc manner.
. Razors fend Scissors sharpened iinet put"
in order ai reasonable rates.
Give him a call.'
First door east oi pos'toffice.
Haioukon - Nebraska.
L. K BEtDEN SON,
Wagon and Carriage Makers.
Repairing doue on short notice.
Good work and reaaonafale charges.
Shop gouth of llery barn.
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