The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, July 13, 1893, Image 1
The Sioux County J ourn al HARBISON, ISTEB.. vTTJLlrT 13, 1893. VOL. 5. A 1 THE SIOUX COUNTY o U J. Simmons. Editor and Proprietor. F. B. A M. V H, E. Time table. Going Wet, Going Bust. Ho. 5, mixed,..-.,!! il I 5o, 6. mixed . :: HARRISON MARKET, Wheat per bushel. 0t per bushel.. , Uarn Iter bushel , . SUorts pt-r hundred B. Aran per hundred lb. . . . Feedohppped per hundred l"otatoewur bushel Butter per . .-- Eggs per do (oultry-per doz. Onions per ,-.- Beans per -,...--.-,---.-' Coal per ton,. WoouVper cord -.-.-.--,-" Lumber native per in, ft.,..,,, -Corrected every Thursday. SO to J 00 80 1 25 90 15 10 S 40 I 90 S 50 19 00 -.The Perkins windmill is the best; & by J. H. Bartell, Harrison, Neb, O. H. Unitt will soon begin to build on bis homestead south of town. For Sale Twelve nice pigs, five weeks old, Vm. Norkisch. A. T. Huglison is building a new h,pu,se on his homestead near Andrews. The photographer who was here for a couple of weeks, departed on Tuesday. If vou want to sell your land, list it & Smilev, real estate Screen doors at the lumber yard. I for- sale at The JOURNAL ofiUy 5 cents per dozen. -Jolin I, Davis has a part of the logs out for a new house on his place weswof town. 160 acres adjoining Harrison for sale at a bargain, if taken soon. Slmmons & Smiley. E. E. Smiley has traded for quite a number of cattle with wlucn to siock his arm. (fT. M. Sutton has gone to the hills with several horses to sell. He thinks he can profit by taking them there. Mrs. E. F. Pontius has been suffer ing for some days from a felon on one of her lingers. It is now getting better. 'Simire Wilcox treated himself to a new load wagon the first of the week He thinks that will be more comfortable than tViiave to travel in a lumber wag on oon horseback. A subscription is being taken to raise, funds with which to purchase a mimn for the reservoir south ot tne Andrews building. It would be a good thing to have in case of a Are. The reports are that C, H. Weller has failed or at best is in very close quarter financially at Chadron. Some report are that he has been closed out buttliers are that his place is still .in PERSONAL. A. L. Ring was over from Antelope yesterday. C. E. Schilt returned last evening from Crawford. W. E. Bridgman was down the road Monday night. A. R. Kennedy I were over rue Mike Bannon reports that he is put- iintr nn a new house on his homestead -I' near Five Points. r-For rent or sale at a bargain, a "misi nil huildinir in a good location in Harrison, Simmons & Smiley. t-J. W. Langdon was in from Antelope Saturday and said the .small grain U that locality would be fair and the corn would be goou -Take out a policy in the Preferred i,,ti,.,l Ar-ritnt Association. It is cheat) n&d reliable L. J. Simmons, .Ageiii,. A Hood many of the farmers have ,mAnuwi kanino. huf the rninv weath- pmw-jBi 1 nf lntA will cause the Brass to grow a - -4i.j(jtoiBwrHreMfc-at-the Hi H church next aunaay at ii o taw m h,e tuornir and at Pleasant Ridge at :80 in the afternoon. -The crop report for the week ending ilv8d showed that all parts of the ttate had suffered from drouth and the jorstresults were in, the. northeast part oj thfe state.. -On last Monday Messrs. Earnest, tok. Bieelow and Ashbrook shipped a train load of cattle froni Andrews, Cat- tye got fat quite early this, season on ac count of their haying come wirougn i" winter in an unusually good condition. Hester & Son have received five car-loade of lumber within the past few (jys. with which to stock up their- yard, fhat and the native lumber produced, by 1jhe local mills makes one. think that the prospects for building were' pretty good. A new time card went into effect on tHiis line of the F. E, & M, V. op. last gunday. There is no change in the titfie of tbe arrival of the westbound train, tt theXrain going east leavesi here at fc25, twenty minutes earlier vlian, under he Ad schedule,. The prospects for corn io thiacounty Sl iA in u tha heat ever known. The ouiu w . - - - farmers! as a rule, are feeling good even I vt the ka.it did hit some of them pretty ' ard. Some of tho small grain will not e asgood as it would have been had the minfcome a little earner.. 'he rains which have fallen since ik. n tho llh have done much to redeem the crops which were not too far advanced at the time of the storm. I Jbe loss will, not be very great to any e. Some of the grain which, was yearly matured was ruined, but aside fcom that nearly everything will, come ftMA pretty well. seems from, the latest reports a.t the railroad companies, have been Recking up the rates provided by house $0)1.33. and they have determined to ftuhf. the law. The reduction is said to per cent below the schedule in operation when the law was passed., and ifcajso appear that the law effect itef t, Kansas City and Other cities, and; that ifcgiven as a reasoo, mby th la.( will, be Desisted in the gpurta.. 1 wilji npfc. be . jjjj.into effept will; asriye; and; then, all. WW lee what wiU. D aone-. rpmt av. cafl.be learned ik voulu". bp bel(tei for this locality if the law. should; be held to tas yoid W the conrU. Many people who desire to see rates reduced, will; ac- . knowledge that it is unreasonable, to nresiime that the railroads can, stand, a gut of, one-third in, their, rates, with, no iKkseniag of expeoees and do, businew without low, awl no, fair-minded pewn -Last week C. F. Coffee went to bis ranch in Wyoming to round up his cattle. He expects to make a shipment about .the first of next week, The cattle shipments seem to be commencing somevhat earlw this year than com- ri x new boy which weighed nine and iMl nounus arriveu ai me nomo ui Commissioner Knott on Weduesday of last week, Tliat being the first son at the Knott household the parents are excusable if they do carry their heads a little high. Mrs. Robert Wilson received the sad news of the death of her youngest sister at the family home at Loda, Illinois. Theluneral occurred on last Monday, hut the Darticulars were not learned. Mr. Wilson's family seem to be having their full share of trouble, and they are entitled the sympathy of all, iul ime in Australia are said to lw drivinsr many residents to emigrate i t.hn United States. Why do these people prefer to settle in America rather than to return to Europe? The superi ority of oDiiortunities in this country measured by its power ot attracting n,n who wish to better their economic condition. Omaha Bee. t. "1 L .1 iUr.4- iha naur Clir. i ir. is unuerstouu umu vuo V ..... . . xt.i I vey of the line between iieuriisno, is w be made in the near future and it is gen erally believed that the result will be that this state will gain quite a good lAiTitorv thereby. It will not likelv be long until some of the peo pie who live along the line will find themselves living in anotner state, arm that too, without their having taken the trouble to move. In another column appears the ad ...tiuomant. nt t.ha onlv authorized life of the great statesman, James G. Blaine. A number of so-llled ivorks nave oeen nut on the markertind have found a ready sale for people desired to have such a book but the one which will be tue oesi and truest is what is wanted and that will soon be issued under the authority of Gail Hamilton, Mr. Blaine's literary executor. This season seems to be a very pe- cu bar one all over me umu. n,o lias fallen in streaks to a greater extent than it has for a number of years. In almost all localities there are strips of territory which have suffered for want -f ;n o.i nihor nt.rins where nlentv of Ui am iim - - - , v moisture has fallen to keen crops grow- ;n n-nnA ahann. Such a state of lllB ... b - I t.binffs i not confined to Sioux county nor to the state of Nebraska, but seems to be the rule everywhere. went to Crawford Tuesday evening. Charleg Biehle was in town Monday and called at this office. S. R. Story and son, Oscar, from Antelope Saturday. rixonlao was un from Agate Ull 1 -w 1 Springs the first of the week. Robert Wilson made a business trip to Crawford the first of the week. f ., Afra a. W. Hester went to Ull Ardmore Saturday to visit friends psi 7ieo-lpr has eone to Patrick, i wv-. "'-O " Wyo. to remain a couple of months. ifra Sam Tpbbefc and Miss 1UL. illlU Sara Parsons were in town Saturday. i 1 Mrs. A. W. Mohr returned yesieruay from Iowa, accompanied bjMier father, B. L. Snuick's youngest child has ln on the sick list during the past week. W F.. .Tones was over from Indian creek the first of the week and called at this office L. E. Belden returned Friday from the : rtmiomir . TTe renorts a re-uiiiuu iiu j-fu.,.vu.v.. - , good time. r- tt Tumor was in town on Mon- tr ,. iq o-oH ,ini fat since he Uay. lit, cajo w b'-o got out of the store. M,. IT. A. Cunningham returned yesterday from a weeks visit to friends on Running AVater. Rev. Edward D. Irvine, the Episcopal for the northwest district, spent Tuesday in Harrison. M Wasserbereer was over from Mont rose last Saturday and called to chat with us a few moments Literary Note. The midsummer Cosmopolitan, the first at the new price of 12i cents per copy, though unchanged in size, excels any other issue of that magazine in the number of its distinguished contributors, in the interest of its contents, and in its overflowing illustrations by famous ar tists. Francois Coppee, William Uean Howells, Camile Flammarion, Andrew Lang, Frank Dempster Sherman, H. 11. Boyson, Charles DeKay, Thomas A. Jan vier, Colonel Tillman, Agnes Kepplier and Gilbert Parker are a few of the names which apiiear on its title page. Three frontispieces, all by famous ar tists, furnish an unusual feature, and among the artists who contribute to the 119 illustrations adorning its pages are Laurens, Reiuhart, Fenn, Toussaint, Stevens, Saunier, Filler, Meaulle, and Franzen. The midsummer number is intended to set the pace for the maga zine at its new price of 121 cents a copy, or $150 a year. The magazine remains unchanged in size and each issue will lie an advance upon its predecessors. Lit erally, every known country is being ransacked for material in the hope to bring the Cosmopolitan forward as the leading magazine in the world. -THE- COMMERCIAL. BANK. ESTABLISHED 1883. Harrison, Nebraska,- B. E. Bhkwhter, President. SILVER'S CHAMPION. The Rocky Mountain News The Daily By Mail. Sulwei iption price reduced as follows: One Year (by mail) Six Months (by mail) Three Months (by mail) One Month (by mail) c. F. Coffer. Vice-PiidMt. D. II GRISWOLD, Cashier. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000. ' Transacts a General Banking Business. C0RRESP0N DENTS: American Exchasoe National Bank, New York, United States National Bank, Omaha, First National Bank, Chadron, Interest Paid on Time Deposits. DRAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE. The Weekly By One Year, in advance, Mail. $6.00 3.00 1.50 .50 $1.00 Mr. J..E; Marsteiler returned from fi,,i.n r,n Sntiirdav. her mother hay- V. 1 llV.l 1 u v.. i ing somewhat recovered. K. A, Weir writes ue that he and his mfhor xret to arrive in tiatnson about the last of this month. Tim VnwB is tlio only great dally in the United States that i.s identified witlitUc pop ulist free coinage movement, and should be in the hands of every voter, norm, suiuu. east or west. Send in your subscriptions at once. Address, The news, Denver, Colo. You Want a Good Cook Stove AGENTS WANTED on salary "and Com mission for THE ONLY AUTHORIZED r tt xt...i: from Gilchrist RTnfl.T? A PITY OF JAMES G .. . .. ii u: If T1 Tuesday and called anu enroneu iimiu as a reader of The Journal .Tudire Barker went to Rusliville Mon- ,lav nio-ht. His father has been growing ...,.nir end w 11 not likely last uiucu longer. L'Mr. and Mrs. L. Gerlach went to ' ..TL-ion in rpp-ard to their c ih Thfiv returned Mon- day. n t Oiblwell. of Denver, was in town Saturday .representing the Rocky urminta.in Kncs. Leathering clata lor a. write up of this locality -.vbich will ap pear in that paper in a few days. W T Rrown who has resided acrose the line in Wyoming for some years left with his children for Iowa on Saturday evening with the intention of making hi hm in that stato. He lias many friends here who wish him success. A Wor to Graduates llnu Mnlnpu CunitAl. Superintendent Dick of, the Charles r;fu or.lmr.ls tnld the sraduatinc: class last week something not in. the conven tional oi-der. Ho said:. "Girls, in. pre senting you these diplomas,, if, by their significance you, are led:, to ailoNV your mothers to,do all the work, bake all. tne bread apd. sweep, alii the floors, because you.can real: atin; or. domonstrale a 1 hhoAmm, in. saomatrv. then has your school, been a most) unfortunate course, afld in, all. the teachings, you liav.e. ever, received at my ba)d,,I trust Uiere has been no, lesson; that ha4 weaned; you from tbe dish pan.. Boys,, if. from this graduation you go out into the. world too nice to carry wood, and swill: the hogs,, if need, be,', Uien has our, school failed io ita purpose, an4 sown wrong sd," Th.Diok iilia . vrj DwwUoal am, ' - ' BLAINE By GAIL HAMILTON, bis literary executor, it'h the eo oneration of his family, and for Mr. Blaine's Complete vyorhs, -in r.n YEARS OF CONGKESS,"' and his later book, iim.iTin.M, DISCUSSIONS." One prospee tus for these 3 BEST SELLING books in the mi.rir.tr.. A. K. 1'. Jordan of Me., tooR 1U or fro,,, first 110 calls: UBcnt's proflt$10S.50 Mrs. Ballard of O. took 15 orders, 13 Seal Rus- ul i nnnrinv: DTOllt 2fl.25. IS. JvlCC UI m. tnnk'iTordcrsintwodays: profltiM".25 J. Cartridge of Mo. took 43 orders from 3S nails: nrolits 75.2T). E. A. runner or n. iin. tnok B3 orders in three days; profit $83.25 nrniwvii TERRITORY BlVCn. If VOU Wish to wnke LARGE MONEY, write immediately for terms to The Henry Bill Pub. Co. Norwich, Conn. DO Y0U WANT WATER? See the "Old Reliable" WELL DRILLER, . , . . . Sr, GRISWOLD & HABSTELLEB Have Just Received a Number of These Stoves. COME AND LOOK AT THEM, They Have also put in the Largest Stock of General Merchandise, .A.2STD Hardware. Some Washington lawyers know a good deal about pensions., mat, is a complicated subject, and a man who is fomilinrj with it has no time to be very evnert in anything else. Some other lnwversare well acquainted with pat- nta. hut. know nothing about pensions Others know something of the land laws but are innocent of ideas concerning pen- cirtna ami natents. The Press Claims Company can uiuuue everv class of claims against the govern ith eaual facility.. It has at its command a staff of legal specialists' so lnrtre that it is able to intrust every case 4 .4ii.,. vuhn :s fn.miliar with, its to iiu " peculiar needs. If you are a soldier enti tln.1 to a nension, or the widpvv or de nendant relative of such a soldier, if you are an inventor desiring protection for vnur ideas, if TOU are a settler anxious to perfect title to your land, if you are a snlTerer from Indian, depredations; in skpjjt, if you have rights of any descrip tion requiring, the action oi any uupunr nient of tb government,, you best plan 'is to, write to the UrassiJlaim3.L,omiaiiy 613 F st, U;.YM'TVaslington,.Di C.and find out what to, do.. The company. charees nothing; tor.' infontuation, an! advice,, T. O. WILLIAMS, Harrison, - Nebraska. ever brought to Harrison which they are selling at lowest living rates. Come and see us before you buy. GRISWOLD & MARSTEILER. NORTH WEST EAST SOUTH Purchase Tickets and Consign Your Freight via the F., E.&M.V.S.C.&P. RAILROADS. K H. G. BURT,. General Manager.. C. Morehouse,, R; Bttciianas Qenl Freight Agt. Gen'l Pass.. Agt OMAHA,. NEB.. nctiEKLBV STOVlvlt,. Uiirrisn, Nebr. 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