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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1893)
TJLtt&T&02T, NEB.. SEPT, 21, 1893.
THE SIOUX COUNTY
t. i. StmoM. Editor Proprietor.
F. E. Atf. V E. B. Tine Uble.
Going West. Going East.
Nt. 5, mixed, 11 :1S I So. 6,' mixed 6 :25
w"het per bushel--,. ,
Oats per bushel
Ceru per bushel . :
Shorta por hundred !... ;
Bran per hundred 1'
feed chopped per hundred t
Potatoes per bushel :
ret Per dor ;
Fdultry per dor.... -.. : -
Onions per : - -
Beang per lb .
(Xml per ton.
Wood per cord;-
Lumber native per m. ft ...
WCOrrected every Thursday.
Old papers for sale at The Journal
office.- S cents per dozeft.
A platform scale has been put in
in front of the office of Hester & Son.
' A number are expected to arrive
here from Seward any day.
If you Want to sell your' (and, list it
with Simmons & Smiley,- real estate
TOuthrie has had his grain bouse
moved from its location on the side
track to his residence lot;
All kinds of wood work done at
Friddy's blacksmith shop, opposite The
J. C. L. Raglartd and James Farnam
have taken the contract to put up fifty
tons of hay for O. W. Stevens.
Take out a policy in the Preferred
Mutual Accident Association. It is
Cheap and reliable. L. J. SiiiJioffs,
For Sale ob Trade for Stock My
saloon business, bar fixtures and stock.
Remember that The Journal office
is headquarters for job printing.
160 acres adjoining Harrison for sale
hi a bargain, if taken soon.
SlMltONS & SMLEY.
Wanted On hundred head of
cattle to winter. For terms' call on mo
at my place northwest of town or ad
dress me at Harrison, Nebr.
4-&amuel Jenkins, practical boot and
shoe maker. Cowboy boots a specialty.
Repairing promptly and neatly done.
' Satisfaction guaranteed. Shop second
door south court house.
There will be a meeting of the W, C.
T. fj.j on Friday afternoon at 9 o'clock
at the residence of Mrs. D. H. Qriswold.
All are cordially invited,
Mrs. A. R. Dew,
-." Secy, pro tem.
A good deal of hay is still being put
tip by the farmers. Every one is pre
dicting a bard winter and if that proves
to be the case the hay will be needed.
All the diphtheria patients are im
proving. All three of J. W. Scott's
children are sick and he was compelled
to close his restaurant in order to give
them the needed attention,
On Monday afternoon after 4 o'clock
the notice of tbe appeal in the case in
volving the license money Was served
60 tbe school treasurer and the ap
pearance day ras set for Tuesday, the
' day following. . As a result the school
fcoard bad to be to a good deal of trouble
and expense to notify an attorney at
Chadron, as Mr. Conley is attorney for
' Mr. Guthrie and there is ho other law
yer here. But it matters not how much
it costs the taxpayers so long as the lit
tle ring of cute people can keep1 that
money, " Tbe scheme evidently was to
Secure a reversal of the decision of the
district court by reason of the school
board not having time to appear and
make a showing, but the prompt action
Of the board blocked that part of their
Last week Chas. E. Verity, grand
dicUtor of the little ring of cute people,
thought be would put something off on
the people as being said by Mr. Baum-
gartner. Ha said that D. H. Griswold
and E, H. Hough were candidates for
the office of treasurer. Now we have it
on good authority that neither of them
aspire to any office. He also said that
tbe editor ot this paper desired to go to
tbe state convention. As the editor of
this paper has not yet learned the art of
holding up a candidate for xpenssi as
has the six per cent a month shark who
fixed up the article in question we can
not afford to make such a trip. Mr
Verity seems to know all about tbe
plans of all the parties. He is a very
wise man and awfully cute, but if ho
bad not had his name as publisher of the
Independent appear in tbe subhead on
. the patent side of tbe same issue in
which ha tried to put such words into
tbe mouth of Baiimgartaer he would
have come nearer getting people to be
lieve thorn. Pooplo bad a little codB
The Journal has entered upon its
sixth year. In tbe five years it has
been published & great many accounts
nave accumulated on its books, each
one small in itself but amounting to
hundreds of dollars in the aggregate.
It is desired to call the attention of all
who are indebted to us to the fact that
we need money. A few dollars from
each one who is indebted to us would
enable us to meet our bills and make
improvements &s occasion demands and
we trust that all who know themselves
indebted to us will respond promptly to
our request. Respectfully
Samuel Jenkins spent Sunday at
J. H. Cook started last evening for
Chicago to see more of the worlds fair.
John I. Davis left Saturday evening
for Alliance. His family will remain
L. E. Lawrence was up from the east
part of the county the first of the
Judge Barker returned Friday from a
visit to Chicago and his former home
William Bradley, of Rawhide, Wyo.,
was doing business in Harrison the first
of the week.
Presiding Elder Julian was up from
Chadron Monday and spent the day with
Rev. Glasner. -
J. G. Morris started Tuesday for Bak-erstielJ,-
Cal.j where he expects to re
maihof a year.
Mir. and Mrs. E. F1. Pontius and Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Wright started last
Saturday evening for the worlds fair.
jM. Smiley and family are expected
home today from their visit to the
eastern part of the state.
The Morrill boys after an enjoyable
time at Agate Springs left - for their
home at Lincoln last evening.
liarles Newman received word of the
ness of bis parents and started last
evening lor unicago on weanesuay. .
eter Schaefer expects to start for
ward tomorrow evening. His son
will remain here and he will return with
his family about December.
Commissioner Johnson and W, A.
Bigelow left for the east Saturday
evening and will see the big show at
Chicago before they return.
V. A. Hester is wearing his head in
a sling as the result of a horse having
fallen with him on Tuesday. He lay
unconscious for some time after the ac
cident and had considerable difficulty in
getting home as he was pretty badly
used up. It will take him some time to
J. F. Pfost was in Harrison Tuesday
circulation a petition to have the laud
office at Crawford. It there is to be
but one office for the territory which
now comprises the Cnadron and Alliance
districts the most convenient place for
the people to reach would be Crawford,
as it is the railroad junction. It cer
tainly would be the most convenient for
the people of Sioux county and as a
consequence people here would like to
see Crawford win.
The sickness among the children in
this locality became so prevalent that
it was decided by the school board to
close school this week, and most people
have been keeping their children pretty
close to home and taking precautions to
prevent the disease from spreading. It
has been the worst in the families of J.
W. Scott, G. E. Lunsford and the editor
of The Journal, although cases nave
occurred in a number of other families.
Dr. Pbinney has demonstrated that be
knows what he is about and the people
are congratulating themselves on the
fact that he came here before the sick
On last Saturday Eli Smith returned
from the state fair. The Sioux 'county
exhibit missed getting a premium for
the lack of three samples of threshed
grain. Second premium was taken on
native grasses, one exhibitor having had
one mora variety than was in the Sioux
county collection. A great many were
making inquiries concerning Sioux coun
ty with a view to coining ben to locate.
The number of county premiums was
reduced to six so that tbe exhibit from
hero must have compared favorably to
have come so near winning a prise. The
needed samples of grain could have been
easily obtained, but was doubtless over
looked in gathering the stun. Wo must
profit by the experience and next time
bo sure that nothing is lacking. It Is
expected that the exhibit will bo the
means of bringing many now people to
J. E. PHINREY, Proprietor;
Pure Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils and Varnishes.
jy ARTISTS' MATERIAL.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
J). M. Sutton has applied for a pat
ent on a contrivance which he has in
vented for trimming horses' hoofs. He
says it is a simple, durable tool which
can be manufactured cheaply and we
hope be will make Some money out of
A pound party Was (riven to Rev.
and Mrs. Glasner at the church on last
Saturday. The attendance was not large,
owing to the sickness among the chil
dren. Mr. and Mrs. Glasner expect to
start Saturday for Alliance where the
annual conference will be held next
StraVeU. From triy place hear Gil
christ, two sorrel horses, weight about
1,200 pounds and one buckskin, weight
about 1,000 pounds, all branded circle
arrow, and AM connected, on left shoul
der. Information . leading to their re
covery will be suitably rewarded. .
A. W. Mohr,
The attempt of the managers of the
little ring of cute people to lead people
to believe that Judge Barker is their
kind of people will do them tio good.
Judge Barker has never participated in
nor countenanced any of their cute
tricks. He is a republican and a man of
honor, both in business and politics,
which is more than can be truthfully
said of the little ring that is trying to
A train of twenty cars was loaded
with cattle belonging to Sioux county
people, on last Saturday afternoon
but they were loaded at Van
Tassell and Andrews for the reason that
there is no water at the stock yards at
this place. The shippers were Coffee,
Cook, Bigelow, Bourrette, Hester, Lew
is and Johnson.
On Monday A. L. Baumgartner ar
rived from the east and remained until
Tuesday evening when, he shook the
dust of Harrison from his feet and de
parted for his home in South Dakota
having disposed of his interest in the
Independent. It is not known just who
furnished the cash, but it is reported
that Banker Verity, when not engaged
in loaning money to the homesteaders
at six per cent, a month, will run the
pop organ and send out sample copies to
tell tbe dear people what a fight there is
between labor and capital and how he
sympathises with the poor, oppressed
farmer and laborers and he loves to
help them at six per cent, a month
and how they must vote as he tells them
to if they ever hope to see any better
times. It seems that even after the
outfit had bought him it could not get
Baumgartner to do enough dirty work
to suit them and they have been forced
to buy the plant and will do their own
dirty work. It is supposed that the
name of the paper will be changed to
"The Third Termers' Advocate," as t,hat
would be much more appropriate than
that by which the paper has been known
in the past.
Notice Is hereby given to all persons
who have been using tS. waters of Hat
creek and its tributaries for the purpose
of irrigation, and those who have con
templated using the same, are requested
to meet in Harrison, Sept. 27, 1893, to
discuss and devise as to the proper
course to pursue in the injunction suit
now pending in the district court of
Sioux county, Nebr., wherein J. C.
Meng is plaintiff, and Charles F. Coffee,
B, ' E. Brewster and others are de
fendaata, E. J. Wuxxm.
Wanted Salesmen, to sell our choice
and hardy nursery stock. Many special
varieties to oft'er, both in fruits and or
namentals, and controlled only by us.
We pay commission or salary, give ex
clusive territory and pay weekly.- W rite
us at once and secure choice territory.
May Brothers, Nurserymen,
6-12 Rochester, N. Y.
J. E. PHINNEY, M. i).
Physician and Sai'sreon.
All calls given prompt attention.
Office in Drug Store.
HARBISON, - - NEBRASKA.
B. L. SMtJCK,
Fashionable Barber & rkir Dresser
One Door South ot Bank of Ilarrisr n,
OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 TO 12.
RAZORS AND SCISSORS PUT IN ORDER.
Give t me I a I Call.
QTJLLIVAN fc CONLEY, Lawyers.
Will l'RACTicfi is all The Local, statu
and federal courts and U. S. Land office.
LEGAL PAPERS CAREFULLY DRAWN.
t t i j .t
Office in Court House,
HARRISON .... NEBRASKA
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See the "Old Reliable"
T. O. WILLIAMS,
Purchase Tickets and Consign Yonr freight
F.f E.&M. V.S. C.&P.
H. G. BURT, General Manager.
K. C. Morehouse, J. R. Buchanan,
Oen'l Freight Agt. Gen'l Pass. Agt,
own following brand I
Bv tu Brewstls,
t A. CffilSWOliD, Cashier",
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000,
Transacts a General
American Exchange National Bane, New York,
United Staves National Bank. Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
jyDRAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
Have Just Received a Number of These Stoves.
They Have also put in the
ever brought to Harrison which they
are selling at lowest' living rates.
Come and see us before you buy.
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