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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1892)
The Sioux County Journal
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IHE SIOUX COUNTY
tT iR, 2ST Xj.
noons. Editor art Proprietor.
E.4H-VR. K-Timr UMp.
i nl Going Kant.
i 11 :1S I Bo. , mined ...
lPped-per hundred t.
per bushel . -
pt ton--."-"-" """""-"-
br-Mtive-por m. ft
r . i ..
W,t line of clears in town at tlie
;n did cnma cmui nfiTnrnes on
iH Bill w..- p j- - -
ta,rf Lindeman has his Dew house
Mr to be clat tered.
(m papers for saleut The Journal
Scents per dozen.
fcob Henry now comes to town in a
,otK platform spi ing- wagon.
fiii-he.it market pncea paid for
L Grant Gctuiue.
It count v commissioners will meet
ftcember Slst to close up tho work
WAXIED-Stock to winter, cheap.
. U T..1... f V....V-T
particulars address John h. Kay
The tlevalor buildiiiff of the Howard
to Co., is completed and ready for
It is a credit to the town.
Mrs. H. A. Cunningham is selling
winter goods and millenery at cost.
put residence and secure a bargain.
Iippy ud content ii a home with "The Ro
ster"! limp with the hght of the morning.
iloKM,wnte RochCTtcrl jmpCo.i'wVork.
kRemember The Joi'RSAL clubs with
paper published and by ordering
biigh this office you con save money.
The M. E. Sunday school is arrang-
W have a Christmas tree on Christ-
leve. All who desire may put p res-
ion the tive.
Uhbek. First -class native lumber
shingles constantly on liand at my
II oo East Boggy, 13 miles east of
rnson. J. E. Arnek.
Rev. C. E Suavely will hold Epis-
fil services at the M. E. Church in
rison at three o'clock or. Friday Dec.
Everybody cordially invited to at-
kA masquemdo ball for New Year's is
iff talked of and will be definitely
lied upon in the near future, so it is
tolx-in to think about your cos
L E. fklden has received word that
Jprnsion claim has been completed and
ill not be long until lie will be on the
fion loll with two or three vears of
hihe niifiroacli of Christmas leads us
h-inark that if any of our friend have
cei fnt turkey, goose, duck or chicken
I they do not need, it would be duly
hwiated by the printer.
llio ministers of the western portion
he thadroo M. E. district will meet
"rawford oo December 13th and 14th,
Nsultation na to tlw best methods
ferrying on the word "of the church
rew new counties with forty-five
f of railroad withiu its borders exist
charo not heavily bonded. Sioux
nas never issued a dollar in
Inly bonds and is pracUcally out of
Wheal is beginning to move a little.
Ihrie shipped a carload Monday even-
and on Tueaday purchaaeu over seven
Mrd buahelfc He law Hit lumber for
train hoiuw ,0 Kroiind and will
l4it time for those who want
iV uelr Pw the coming
k i.. ... . .. .
uwr upiicaiion. Tlie
are distributed in Februarv and
i aim tne applications must be made
time in advance.
new time card went into effect on
i E. & M. V. last Sunday. Toe
(f mm the east now leaves at 11:15,
)lnutet later than formerly, and the
om the west leaves at ten
htes earlies than before.
ilf the old otlage that "the Hist three
h of m-emlicr govero tlie winter'
V true the coming winter ought to
linoti milder tlian those of the past
m. .... I . . . . .
i or ine nnt inree aays of this
th w?re as pleasant as any one could
M have purchaswl a larger and more
neive aawrtaient of holiday roods.
(II be glad to reoeive a call from you
Wieve that I can aaUsfy you is
k suitable for the holidays.
dealer la Confectionery.
THE J.XUN.ils lks show a la'ce
number of delinquents on subscription
and other accounts and all are urged to
call and settle as soon as possible. Must
of these accounts are -.mall, i,ul ; the
asRreitp they amount to hundreds of
dollar to t!,. Do not wait for further
notice hut call and settle up or send a re
mittance for tin? amount.
Your prompt attention to this matter
will lie apiH-eriated ,y
8. R. Story was in Harrison Monday.
Mrs. Meis netit to Omaha yesterday
went to Omaha last
ii. GrisvMiM went to Chadron last
I'onM. Weir uns at the county scut
Miss Ida Schwartz returned Monday
from a visit to Chadron.
J. W. Langdon was in town Monday
and called at this oHice.
M. J. Hlewett orders The Jui rnai, sent
to him at Bartlett, Wyo.
e Walker returnel Tuesday from
his triii to South Dakota.
Jl. 11. Russell was in town Saturday
and called and gave us some cash on sule
iffsTUlcry has so far recovered from
her recent illness as to lie able to begin
her school next Monday.
Frank Xutto was over from Indian
creek on Tuesday and called and gave us
some cash on subscription.
Frank Tinkhani was in town Saturday
and called at this ollice. He says his
corn crop was of excellent quality.
A son of II. T. Meriiam arrived from
Iowa last Saturday and left on Monday
for I lead wood where he will spend
I '. E. Haas was looking after his Sioux
county interests the past week. He is
now located at the railroad shops at
Chadron, and will likely le put on an
engine before a great while.
I -ffleeditor is on the sick list this
week and "the devil is running the print
lJeoru'e Uerlaeh was thrown from
his horse a few (lays ago and broke his
arm. Dr. Kridgnmn set the aim and he
is now doing well.
There will he a social at the M. E.
Church on Friday evening Dec. ft, at
o'clock, for the purpose of raising funds
to prepare for t hristmas and purchase
singing books for the children.
h w-S" .lobnson. the cheese man of
White Kiver. was in uairisou on .uoo
dav. He reports the past season's work
us satisfactory and expects to milk ahont
seventy-live cows next year. Ho Ihui.-
ii ready market for his cheese at a p.olit
able price. He has commenced work on
his fish pond and will have it ready to
stock in the near future.
-Geo. H. Turner was out to his farm
on Antcloue last week and threshed out,
nvera thousand bushels of grain. He
has been in a number of states and says
he does not lielieve there ran be found a
lietter place for a man to carry on stock
farming than Sioux county. He also in
, i .. l, would out his small
lormeu us vw..v -
grain in with a press drill in future
i-in,. swished that he will get better re
i,n Vic en winy broadcast. Otlier
HUH uiau "J -
farmers should follow his example
-The rock work and grading on the
n.i mad is nractically done and all mat
remained to complete the road is to
i .i (inu Rids were nut in to do
lllHKe mieu no.-. - .
fl.nl m-nrk and the committee last r n
day called on the people of the town to
contribute what was neccessaiy. It did
not. lb to raise the necessary
amount and tlie work will soon be com
Dieted and the best road ever had from
the valley up the hill will be oien to
travel and that, too, without one dollar
cost to the county. Of course more
work will he needed in the future in
widening the roadbed, but that which is
done is of such a character that it will
be permanent and as there will be no
bridges and no places to wash out it will
be economical as well as trood. lu this
matter much credit la due to Jndg
Darker. He lias been untiring in his ef
forts for years past to get a good road
for the people in the valley to come to
town over, lie did all the surveying,
all the superintending of the work and a
irreat deal of trood. hard nmnnel labor to
aocomplish what has been done without
any compensation whatever. Some do
Ot appreciate what he has done, but the
time will come when all will aocora mm
the credit due and Tm Jocwul moves
that the thorough-fare he rhrfsteoed and
called "Barker's road."
- AISOT. lEsTlDElO. 8, 1892.
- few days ago we receive a nice '
lot ol onions from LeotM.1.1 1 h U... l- .i '
.. . ' -.......
.ireas line asc. I. r.r.-l, i !
ami solace that a few of tiiemVxceed .V&Xi7SZi
pounJanda half in we,,-ht. Mr. lJt':: " -"-
liot k thoroughly uri. -Mauds the ait of1 L"' K- i-kin-i, juJeof etotiunund
l-ul.il.l. ... i ...... I "laKillK ivtnril.
.-Kv ...... i,i..v:ii;i auu is uiielv lixed Tori
the Idleness. " ,
. jrt r. , . !
l-n ,l, harbour, Uu- slate jreoloidct. .
was in Harri-on yesterday, and se-url I
a sample of Sm.iix county wiil fr tlie :
woi-lu s fair. He is g,..in
pie of soil fruni every
stal j ;ni,l expressed thj
opinion that toe
sample of our soil v
a good one ami !
would make a good showinir at the hi
U-rV. Hester will put uiia 12-foot
''eared Aerm.itor at his farm in the nmr
liniire and lit it up so that he ran attach
any niai biueiy be d-.-sii-es to run as well
lis have his water muniied. A. Ilassel-
piist w ill al-o put 1 1 j . an AennoUir at
farm. It vill not b" lung llnti
lurm wiiiioui a windmill will lie a cur
(ii-cat Horse Sale. i
The undersigned will sell at Harrison
on Sat unlay, December 17, at Hoyfs
very barn about 25 irood. voiinir horses !
mil (1CHCH. nil n m ter broken nn!
most of them broken to harness, and all
Terms: A credit of 12 months will be
given on approved notes bearing 10 per
cent, interest. 10 per cent, olf for cash.
Thomas Reidy, auctioneer.
J. (. Mohhis.
lTIe Crane and George Tool have re
turned from their hunt with three
wolves and live coyotes.
Snow fell Monday night and Tuesday.
( Ht'in Leeling and family sjient Sunday
at Dug Hamlin's,
Albert F.rdman lias gone for a week's
Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Lewis spent
at unlay with Mrs. Hamlin.
The Eldridge brothers have taken a
trip to Cottonwood.
This stoi :n will drive about all the
George Davis has about finished his
.;io is around buying up steer
IlAllRIKON, Nl'.RH., Iec 1, I'--
Hoard of county commissioners met in
special session a per call oi cici s.
Present--Commissioners h nou, (O''1'"
Weber ami Clerk.
Minuti-sof lii-l meeting read and, on mo
Overseer slat cut ol Valenti :
was taken up iinil considered, mm on
tlou, Valentine Thomas be given u cert ill-
ite on road fund of distiiet No. mm u
sum of jiS.."iO.
Olticialbondof J. It. I'.urko lor jusi.ee ,
the peace lor l.ouiirc i)rceiiicin.-.m
liids for building nrmifo m uwi'
precinct were opened, mid, on motion clerk
was and he hereby Is Instructed to not if y s.
u ( arev that liis bid will accepted upon ..."
entering- into contract and furaiidiinglxinrt
rconling to specilieutionu on nie.
Coiiloy for county
fiilicial bond of llnli 1.
considered and on
iltorncywas taken up,
flie lollowing claims ogttinsi s
,,re audited and allowed mm
lercd (iriiwn on the senerai imioo.
I.. K. lielden, making uiiuoi uoa.-:
W. K. ir i KU an, -"r;.; ntiees... !i 0
Ihos. (eiuy, pos,uiW --- (JU
Thus, lieniy, umuio""B 45 oo
plies -T-'.VrrV7, - 14 I1
Thus. Ken V, slicii" i -7- ;j 7S
;,, Iswold A Marsteller supplies
.VSlieringeilm ...pplies It (Jl
;,; w.'scott, i'!'":K:,-v; ::";::ni 4.-1
A. I.. Ilaumsai 13 10
John A.(irce eo ..Ly ..
11. II. liusscn, ju-nv, .Jim
J. 11. Johnson, (i - .j m
J. . (omiiHou 2 no
miUiliiK " ", " ",- "n.eii on . ' "
S. J. Uiellng, Judge oi election g m
j. C. I,. Kiiguim. , lk.
s. K. story, ... o
o. W. Story. ' 3 oo
j I) liurke, clerk ol election ;)
' '!! rtrth. ludge of eltt"" !
j,'. K. Hidden, "
.lanieH Karimm " ...
1 J. Simmon", cutk
II. 1. .V(M,re. ,
W. S. Nicholson, clerk
W. A. MHMU8U...
iv. Carey, j,e.-
W li.Arncr clerk
John W. (iridium
e and niak-
ins returns . ; --; i 3
KmiTk 1'inkhiim, jiu gu' -t - . oo
Stephen serroH, u 3 no
l''s.r!'tuf"r-",V.;t of"e'le'tl)i. - 3 00
i i rtnni' ! , ........ i. , uiiii
it v. wooiiy. J''B" w ... inn
making, retiirni 'v-V.of cfce.tiou.. 8 '
J. K. ll'iim'Ksw"' -"-- ,. .. a ii
M. O. Koun, .,, ,i .. 3 00
7 w. Mohr. clerk of m s ,w
w K. Jones. ,, 3 00
John Mniwlng, , . . ,. .. 3 00
nulrlnc mitorns a
naa.i.i. : ....,....
J. y. Burnett, jnajo m mu.ii.
Arthur Mwi, " . . ...
John A. Urm:n, Jmle ot ew
J-e. II -t, ,, f f
"r"T 'r!. -ler ..f rl.i
LHW AIl rU-yll
(,emt'e ALU rl-Mi, juice of eiecli.ei
. .. I'wl, Judge Of e!e-ti0U. .
le NriMjii, ..
W. II -orliiu, clerk '
J'lhn 1'. Ciirran, " "
l:;""iH- leaU-. judge of election "
. t (Ml
- 3 l
i.fe. - and"
r''t".r"'' - 5
l-0!lrd l)KUt. eierk ot eleflio.i
to liet a Saitl-I -I'lil'i Jtaul. "
' . Al A. K. ..itt-, judge "
unity in thtU. ii. I'ini.eo. 1 " ""i::"
! J.i'lll lle.-ker, " '
i ,M. J. W.d r. clerk of election and uiuk-
W. 1 rv, clerk ol cl. rtio;i
Juiim'-. . st-4Lt. cunviisini' U:ird
I -. liarke
1 onrad l.inileimot
ri""".''1 T-hhet. Jury f..
Julia I!, ni.nn.
j A. 1
, Herni in Kieirntl),
! J. w. irv.
I . - il niciker,
llaviil i ox,
1. K. l.illien,
l icure .il.e,
John 1 lel'eno,
Clmrles 1'. i.rove,
i hmies k. rity,'
T. o. Willinin.,
1 ollowiii(j claims nir.llnst s,oux eountjr
were audited, mill allowed and warrants or
dered drawn on tile bridge fund of lsw for
(irlswold & MinstclK-r, sjiikoi :! 00
A. 1.. luilin!ar1lltT, pulillblliuK 3 73
On motion, board adjourned to meet on
the 3i t day of lieccnibcr, lsfcj, at 10 o'clock,
11.111. CONIMI) I.IXIiEMAN,
County I lerk.
The Queen of tlie House of David," by
Rev. A. Stewart Walsh, D. D., with ex
tended introduction by Rev. T. DeWitt
Talmage, I). D. is a new book just pub
lished. Mary is a stronger book than
Hen-Hur in many respects and has met a
tremendous sale. It has ten illustra
tions, all taken from famous paintings.
It lias the enthusiastic commendations of
Benson Lossing the Historian, who says
'It lias a fascination on every page," and
Hoadley, who says "The elegant book
lias no rival in tho lield of literature it
I occupies." Miss Willard calls it a
''Vivid picture, whose whole tendancy is
I to ennoble while it attracts and euter-
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of Omaha s vs "I think there are por-
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we note Joseph Cook of Boston; John
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of New York; Mrs. Phelps, the Chautau
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half the riostoflices of tho United Slates.
It is a peculiar fact that the Blade in tlie
only weekly newspaper published that
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'.! Khort Stories. Wit and Humor
Poetry. Cauiiilire, Farm, Sunday School
Lessons, Young Folks, Poultry, Puzzles.
Household, Answers to Correspondents
Ftc Etc As a special featuae for 1803
Mr, Robinson Locke, editor ond proprie
tor of the Hhiik, has just
Timnn. nr.d will contribute
a series ot u
lodged letters on the Manners and cus-
f ii.oi .wenlinr country audits
loni-s OL L.l. 1' -
...,t Tim articles will be commenced
March, and will
sometime iu ---
, ,i, tn (ho readers of the hlaih
ne iui in i."
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rr n. ,peimen copy. The publish
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F. E. & M. V.
S. C. & P
it n HURT. General Matnger.
L. Gerlach has opened the Ranch
Supply House and put in a nice, new
Groceries. Dry Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Gaps, etc.
Everything is new and fresh and his
prices are as low as the lowest.
Call at the D linn
We Are Still Here!
ASD HAVE A STOCK OF GOODS,
Ready to Supply the Wants of People of
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND
CAPS, CLOTHING, ETC.
Our Stock of Shelf
ware is Complete and we Have
Our Prices are Down to tine Lowest Notch.
GEO. H. TURNER,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Furnishing
Goods, Flour and Feed
Hardware, Tinware, Barbed Wire and
Rakes, Wind Mills, Pumps
When in town call and see our
goods and get our
GEO. H. TURNER.
"Seeing is Believing.,,
J mnst be simple;
ISvnmH wwienot good. impU
words mean much, but to see " The Rochester "
will impress the truth more forcibly. All rnela!.
tough and seamless, and
it is absolutely safe and unbreakable, Lik e Aladdin's
of old, it is indeed a "wonderful lamp," for its mar
velous light is purer and brighter than cas lichr.
softer than electric light
I,ook for this rtamp Tbr Rochrstrk. If the larapdcaler hasn't the (mains
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and ye will tend you a lamp jafely by express your choice of over S.OOO
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immu ftj Anor
L. GERLACH, Proprietor.
and Heavy Hard
full line ok
dnd a good lamp
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made in three pieces only,
and more cheerful than either,
KOCHKiXi vi jlamp CO., Vwctt Place, New York Cttr.
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