The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, May 05, 1892, Image 1

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far iR, 3ST A L.
buns. Eilitor and Proprietor. ;
A M.VK. U.Time table.
cit. Going Ka-rt.
..ll:5 1 So. 0, mixed .7:00
lK-l -'
iiinilreil Hi -
ki'l n-'l ft'
Wl -jx r liuiulrcu lb
jushel .
!!oz Z SO 3
kl! 3
ve- pT in. ft lii
trcctcd every Thursday.
leeds in bulk at Turner's.
muted lit tlio harness shop,
lone remark that this was a
ill hi an absolute necessity
Ibis fall.
Killer $1.73 per gallon;. 50
it drug store.
Ins made their apjieurance
n market last Saturday.
u couple of loads of wood
Ln und need them at once.
per barrel at
kiswoij) & Makstixlek's.
lfcivis, wife of O. V. Davis,
pointed postmistress at
The loiation of tlie oflice
b d hut a short distance.
First-class native lumber
constantly on hand at my
lioggy, 13 miles east of
J. E. AliNFJi.
ty who carried olf the clip
shop last Saturday will re
once lie will save himself
B. L. Smlxk.
Lumber ut out- saw mill
for corn or oats. Call
y address
Jar. County Lcmbkr Co.,
Harrison. Neb.
J is rerpjested of all inter
treait liiblo School on the
JT 6th at Mrs. Conley's resi-
'$ for library and plan for
i lo Bible school on May 8th.
foiling to see with what
and rains in Sioux county.
Vier weather is beginning
1 by some, but the grain
Wound is profiting by the
Ijer was in town Saturday.
Hds have been so bad that
unable to get Hie boiler
Jnoved. If the roads get
ject to be ready to begin
industry is gaining ground
y. There are at present
twenty thousand of the
the county and the num-
terially increased within
r two.
ns informed us Saturday
sowed ixtt acre to onions.
lly a good profit for the
ises that kind of crops. It
ork, but that ift what helps
(value of the crop.
I is being' done in Sioux
year witti a hearty good will,
Jit will be a large acreage
fcans lots of new people as
V near future and that is all
jounty has to work for.
I H. Barbour, of the starte
rrived on Tuesday and will
i time prosecuting the search
licli he began last summer.
I camera with him and will
some of the many interesting
.his locality.
Wted that the county bridge
Creek at Montrose is in a
condition. The dirt was
iy from under some of the
il the bridge is liable to go
i .... -.r.
lome one vvime crossing,
Joked after before some one is
pin killed and a bill of dam-
igaiust the county.
r to rain on Sunday and some
the night it changed to snow
fell for about twenty-four
yas melting all the time, but
Shes of snow accumulated.
bice thing " for the small
) ground but it de
f little and the far-
rTnt Indication, Mel-
w'fWftt demand
bra.,1 thi, The
JhS Indians app,,
They la u, '
4 wet and last yrit
'year it is more so, and
tg rtexf year will
Tarpaulins at the harness shop.
I carry a full line of farm machinery.
The ladies of ihe W. C. T. U. gave a
dime social at the court house last even
ing. H will soon be time for an elevator
to 15 built ready to handle the immense
crop of wheat now in the ground.
The reports are that the spring is
very oacKward all over the country, but
as a rule, when the spring is late the fall
is lute enough to make up for it.
A banquet is to be given to Mr. and
Mrs. E. I). Satterlee at Hotel Blaine in
Chudron on tomorrow evening.nvita
tiirtis were received by a number of peo
ple here. Tickets $5 per couple.
The village board met Tuesday even
ing and appointed C, E. Verity and II. A.
ummigham to fill the vacancies caused
the removal of W. O. Patterson and
ieo. Tririibur. G. Guthrie w:i til
ted treasurer and W. II. I)avis clerk.
tonrad Litideman was elected chairman
the lxard. The members of the board
re all interested in the prosperity of the
'Wii and it is safe to predict that their
ctions will be for the best interests of
le town.
John 1'lunkett was in town Saturday.
E. G. Hough returned Friday from his
trip east.
J. F. Schiiltz made a call at this office
Sat unlay.
W. P. Fitzgerald left for the east last
C. II. Itedd was iu town Friday and
called to see us.
Mrs. Ida L. Diester was in Harrison the
last of the week.
trip to Kearney, where he attended the
republican state convention.
County Clerk Lindeman went to Mont
rose Sunday and got storm bound and
did not get home until Tuesday.
Vf. K, Harris, of Snake Creek precinct,
w as at Douglass last w eek and on his
way home called at this ollice and added
his name to our list of readers.
Charles Palmer was up from Snake
( 'reek precinct the last of the week mak
ing his returns as assessor an 1 visiting
I li. L. Hmuck. and called and rave us
Peter Henry made a pleasant call at ! 8,, oa BUlwcrit.tion.
this ollice Friday. ,.jJyry Saurbier, a brother-in-law of J.
J. B. Bradley was in town Friday and j Vf. Scott, arrived last Saturday from
called at this oflice. j Illinois. He will spend some time look-
E. W. Daily was up from Crawford on j ing over the county and select a piece of
Monday on legal business. kind and arrange to come here to live.
Kev. Glasner went to Lusk Saturday E- E- Lh'ermore received a tele-
i, (ill nnnninimpnt Snnil,.v. I frram Saturday announcing the death of
Wiu. Noreisch called on Saturday and
added his name to our list of readers.
Mrs. Thos. Devenport was up from
Glen the lust of the week visiting friends.
her father at his home in Illinois, and
took the train east that evening to be
present at the funeral on Tuesday. She
will be absent about two weeks.
J. C. Noel arrived yesterday to look
Luke Vorhees was down from Wyom-: arter n;s interests in Sioux county. He
ing the first or the week and made a call j ias a ilomestead near Eoyville and will
at this ollice. j begin to improve it. He will bring his
Eli Smith returned Saturday from his 1 family here as soon as he can.
Loss by Fire.
LOn last Thursday night the store build
ing of County Treasurer Gnyhart, at
Montrose, with its contents was burned.
The building was owned by Mr. Gay hart
and contained his stock of general mer
chandise and the postoflice. The business
was conducted by his daughters, he be
ing engaged w ith his farm work at his
place a couple of miles from the store.
On the night in question a man came to
the store quite late to make some pur
chases and while lieing wailed on a lamp
tiped over and set fire to a lot of paers.
An effort was made to extinguish the
flame and would likely have succeeded
had not a draft been admitted which
fanned the flames so that they soon got
beyond control. But little was saved
except the books, and the amount of the
loss has not been ascertained. The post-
ollice supplies were burned and the mail
came up on Sat unlay in the pocket of
the mail carrier. The loss falls entirely
on Mr. Gavhart for there was no insur
ance on either building or contents. We
are not informed whether Mr. Gavhart
ntends re-building or not.
, TmufM
i nn a vbii hi
k U IS n H ill
mmm v v n 11
Until May 1st we Will Sell
General Merchandise.
The Following List Shows a few of the Many Bargains
we are Offering:
California Canned Fruit, 20c a can.
Atlantic Sugar Corn, 10c a can.
Tomatoes, 11c a can.
Arbuckle's Ariosa Coffee, 22c a pound.
Uncolored Japan Tea (very fine) 33c a IK
2 It, jar of Crosse & Black well's Preserves
22 cents.
Standard Baking Powder, 20c a pound.
Pail Sil ver Drip Syrup, 90c.
2") pounds Oatmeal, $1.00.
14 " Dried Currants, $1.00.
13 " Dried California Teaches, $1.
14 " Evaporated Apples, $1.00.
13 " Turkish Prunes, $1.00.
2") bars White Russian Soap, $1.00.
27 bars Union Soap, $1.00.
:5 cakes Best Tar Soap, 25c,
4 cakes Good Toilet Soap, l")c.
All kinds of Spices, 20c a pound.
Reduction in all Smoking and Chewing
Best Grade Outing Flannel, 12Jc a yard.
Nice Dress Ginghams, 8c a yard.
(lood, Heavy Canton Flannel, 81c ayard.
Heavy all wool Red Flannel, 30c "
Heavy all wool Linsey, 28c a yard.
Good all wool Linsey, 25c a yard.
Good Linsey, 18c a yard.
Good Checked Shirting, 8c a yard.
Heavy Canton flannel Undershirt 30c.
Men's Heavy Hickory Shirts, 40c.
Ladies Hose (good) 10c.
Men's No. 1 Grade Rubber Boots, $2.50.
Boy's " " " " $2.00.
First Class Plough Shoes, $1.23.
First Class Men's Congress Shoes, $1.50.
Old Ladies Shoes, $1.10.
Ladies Shoes (good) $1.15.
Overshoes, felts and rubbers less than
Lined Sealskin Mitts,- $1.00.
Good Buckskin Gloves, $1.00.
Calfskin Gloves, 85c.
Big Reduction in Clothing.
Good all wool Pants, $1.00 and upwards.
A Discount of From 15 to 25 per cent, on all Hats Purchased.
Don't ask for Credit at These Prices.
Cash Only Secures These Bargains.
Snow and rain, rain and snow, has
been falling most of the time during the
past week.
VOn last Monday J. U. Cook arrived
home from his eastern trip. There has
been no action taken in regard to the ap
pointment of an agent at Pine Ridge and
none will be taken until the bill relating
to such appointments is finally disposed
of.-IWr. Cook has the hearty support of
lolh the Nebraska senators and also sen
ators from some of the other states. The
army officers with whom he was con
nected in the Indian campaigns are united
in their elforts for him and Commissioner
Morgan and Secretary Noble are also
favorable to him and it is safe to say
that having mot him they will inquire
more fully concerning the situation at
Pine Ridgo and if such inquiry is made
they will be still more in favor of grant
ing lha request of the Sioux and giving
jjhem the agent they want. It will like
ly be some time before definite action
' W W ttfttf in the' flatter,'
Legnl Notice.
Notice is l'wreliy (?Ivmi tlmt W. K. rsrkl
manhiiH filed Ills nppltcntlon with tlmyii
liiffo cleric of the vIUhk" ol lliirrison,
for ft permit to sell mult, spirltous find v in
OU8 liiiuors lor mraliciniil, uioi linnicnl nnU
chemical purposes in the villnKOiif lliirrisim,
sioVix C'omitv, Neb., for thuniuiiieipu your of
1SIC2 mid 1H!.' If thnro bo no objections, ro
moiistrnnc.o or protct Wert within two
weeks wild permit will bo grunted.
Dated- Mny5, 1804 Appicimt.
Best Line to the East.
The Burlington Route B. &. M. R. R
is running elegantly equipped passenger
traines without change from Newcastle,
Wyoming and Crawford, Nebraska, direct
to Lincoln, Nebraska, making connection
at that point ' with their own through'
trains for Denver, Cheyenne, and all
..... J tnr Citv. St.
JlOlllin ncai, mivt .... ,
foseph, St. Louis, Omaha, Peoria, Chi
cago, anil all points east.
Remember this is the only line by
which you can take sleeping car from
Crawford in the evening arriving in Lin
coln and Omaha the next afternoon, and
in Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis the fol
lowing morning.
For further information and tickets ap
ply to nearest agent of Burlington
, Route B. & M. EC
Some predict that winter will extend
to summer this year.
Corn planting is now in ordjf in the
valloy. There will be but little corn put
out on the table laud this year;
Fashionable Barber & Hair" Dresser.
One Door Soul 'i of Iiiuik of Harrison.
Sewing machines cleaned and repaired
Civo t mo t a t Cnll.
QUUIVAN' &, COXI.I.Y, Lawyers.
Will macticE in all the local, state
and federal courts and U. S. Land oflice.
n t n n
fir Ollice in Court House,
All Around About.
And still it snows.
Geo. O'Kane is putting in good work
on his timber claim.
J. E. Ilollingsworlh made a trip to In
dian creek last week.
J. II. Newlin has been putting in a few
days work on his claim.
It is reported that James McCann is
expecting his sister (?) from the Old
Country soon.
The store and postoflice at Montrose
was completely destoyed by fire last
Thursday evening, caused by the explos
ion of a lamp.
J. B. Bradley began his summers work
Monday, herding about one hundred and
fifty head of cattle near his claim.
Rob. Woody is now boarding at A. W.
Southworth's and attending school.
Mr. and Mrs. Vf. 11. Clymer, of Mus
catine, Iowa, arrived at Gilchrist the 23d
ult., to spend the summer with their
niece, Mrs. F. W. Knott and family.
The preaching at the Bodarc school
house Sunday, was followed by the or-
:anization of a Sunday school, with Mrs.
Hall as superintendent. We will say for
the benefit of the children who were not
present, that to every child that is there
eleven Sundays out of twelve, beginning
with next Sunday, will be given a very
pretty Bible. Let all turn out each Sab
bath and make the school interesting and
instructive. We earnestly desire there
will be a demand for at least thirty
Bibles, by the children as a reward for
good attendance. U No.
Robert Wilson has set out 2.13 fruit
trees on his farm southeast of town.
That is the way to improve a farm.
James E. Iloyd Oovci nor, Lincoln, Ni b.
T. J. Major I-ii nK iiiiiit Cowmor
J. ('. Allen .Seeivtary of slate
T. II. RcnUm Auditor
John E. Hill TrvuMim-r
li. ll.llaling!i Attorney Cu-neral
A. I!. Humphrey l-and l ommisioiier
A. K. (joudy Supt. l'ublie Instruction
A. S. TaddiK k I". S. Senator, lleatrlce
C. y. ManrtiTon.- .1'. S. Senator, Omaha
W.J. I'.ryan, C'ongiiwinan 1st Dist., l.ineolu
V. A. .MeKiehan, ' d " lied ('loud
O. M. Kcin, " ;M ' Jlroki n Low
S. Maxwell fhiei "Justice, Fremont
T. L. Norval... Associate, Judge, Soward
A. M. I'ost ..Asswiate Judge, Columbus
I. A. Campbell, .Clerk and Reporter, Lincoln
M. r. Kinkaid Judge, O'Neill
Alfred liartow cinidron
Conrad Lindeman Clerk, Harrison
S. Barker County Judge
Conrad Lindeman Clerk
M. J. Gayliart Treasurer
A. Southworth snpt. Public Instruction
Thos. Reidy Sheriff
Geo. J. Shufer Coroner
A. It. Den- Surveyor
Conrad I.indiimau Clerk of District Court
II. T. Conley , County Attorney
Jo!in A. Green, (chairman)- . 3d Disiriet
F. W. Knott 1st. "
M. J. Weber 2d "
W. Wilson Senator, Dist No. 14, Chadron
El. L. Heath Rep., Dist. No. 53, Rushvillo
Thomas Reidy (chairman). Trustee
Grant Guthrie. " '
C. E. Verity
U. JI. Woller 4
Conrad Lindeman "
W. IL Davis Clork
G. Guthrie Treasurer
J. W. Scott... Street Commissioner
Sirs. li. G. Hough Director
W. U. Wright ...Moderator
G. W. Hcstor Treasurer
District Court, At Harrison, commences
April 18th and November 2ist, 1802.
County Court, At Harrison, commences
first Monday of each month.
M. K. Church Preaching each alternate
Sunday at 10:30 a. m., and every Sunday even
ing at 7 :30. Kev. V. O. Gleasner, Pastor.
Episcopal services on the second Wednes
day of each month, at 7 o'clock p. m. Com
munion at 3 p. in. Chas. E. Snavely.
Methodist Suuday School meets every Sun
day morning at 11 :30.
Mrs. V. O. Glasner, w. II. Davis,
Superintendent. Secretary.
Bible School meets at the church each Sun
day afternoon at 8 O'clock.
S. C. D. Bassett, Supt.
Bon Ton Flour per 100 pound 3 00 5 " can Prices Baking Powder,
Half Pateut " " " 2 75 per pound . ... 40
Straight Grade " " "' 1 50 Climax & Horse Shoe Tob. ier ft 45
Lo-.v Grade " " "' 175 4 pounds Joker Tobacco - 100
Corn Meal " " " 1 30 5 pounds Smoking Tobacco - 1 00
Chop Feed " " " 115 7 Choice Cigars - - 25
Bran & Shorts mixed" 90 DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES.
GROCERIES. Full Stock Kipp Boots' - - 2 00
22 pounds Hominy - 1 00 5.00 Calf Boots ... 3 50
22 " Oatmeal - -100 Ladies Dciigola Shoes - - 125'
20 " Pail Jelly - 05 Felts and Rubbers at cost.
Pail Syrup . : : . 05 Calico per yard - - 05
6 pounds Broken Java Coffee 95 Best Grade Outing Flannel, per yd. U
1 ' Baking Tovvder : S5 Dress Gingham per yard - - 10
Tea Per pound - - - 15 German Knitting Yarn per pound (10
Tomatoes' per can - HI Men's Working Shirts - - 60
3 pound can Michigan apples - 11 j Ifanderchiefs 05
Come and look at our Hardware, Tinware, Fibreware and
Barbed Wire and get oitr prices.
Harrison Lumber Yard,
G. GUTHRIE, Proprietor.
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds;
Business GondueteEf en a Strictly Gash Basis-