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The Sioux County Journal,
h:a.:rr,iso:n neb., oct. 19. 1893.
THE SIOUX COUNTY
L. J. Simmons. Editor and Proprietor.
F. E. k M. V li. E. Time tnb!e.
Going West. Going East-
Ko. I, mixed, 11 :15 1 So. 6, mixed 6:M
-O. W. Stevens has rented tbe DeBrown
bouse and will move into it in the near
H. A. Priddy and S. L. Ulery re
turned the last of the week from their
J. W. Scott informs us that he ex
pects to remove to Rushville in a month
All kinds of wood work done at
Priddy's blacksmith shop, opposite The
Foe 8ai Cheap My residence prop
erty in Harrison, or will rent to respon
sible party. Mrs. Haas.
A marry party of young people
gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Marsteller last evening.
Samuel Jenkins, practical boot and
shoe maker. Cowboy boots a specialty.
Repairing promptly and neatly done.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Shop second
door south court house.
-C. 8. Scott has leased the Smith build
ing and will fit it up and occupy it as a
restaurant about the first of the month.
His present quarters are not large
enough to accommodate his patrons.
J. E. Marsteller has purchased the
Northrop property occupied by A. R.
Pew and will move into it in the near
future. Mr Dew will occupy the house
belonging to Mrs. Haas, and she expects
o go to Chadron to reside.
- -From the Rushville Standard we
learn that S. A. Beers, formerly of this
county, was injured recently while help
ing to move a building at flay Springs.
The report stated that he was slowly
improving. It is hoped that he will
soon fully recover.
Word was received this morning
from the superintendent of the fish
hatcheries that the fish car will be here
pn the regular train on Wednesday, Oct.
25th. All those who have applied for
fWh should be on hand ready to get the
(Ish and take them to their ponds.
- r When a smart man like Mr. Verity
cannot see that his room is better than
bis company he should not feel bad if lie
does get snubbed. But when he does get
snubbed he should not come down street
and circulate false reports. If the
i'little fool" who edits The Journal did
Such a thing Mr. Verity would say he
By a notice in another column of
this issue it will be seen that the firm of
priswold & Marsteller has been suc
ceeded by Marsteller Brothers. Both of
he members of the new fiam are known
o our readers and the business having
been up tier their management for some
time there will be no change in anything
except name and ownership. Mr. Gris
volif s duties as cashier of the Commer
cial Bank and W. E. Marsteller having
satisfied himself that Harrison is a good
business point he concluded to buy Mr.
pjriswold's iuterest in the firm. It is
sale to say that the new firm will main
tain the reputation of the old one.
pn last Saturday the petition of
E. G. Hough as a candidate for county
reasurer was, filed in the office of the
pounty clerk. The Journal has said
fhat if would not support any man
whose record was such that he was un
fitted for an office to which he aspired,
e have a copy of a circular which was
gent from a town where Mr. Hough
formerly resided which is pretty good
evidence that he is not a suitable person
to ha in charge of the finances of Sioux
CPAJfityi and we do not feel that we
wplu be doing our duty to the people
fit m ?ynv 11 we . nt ca" attention
to the fact. The people of the county
jW? ft f'Eht to know the record of the
men, who asp t$ be entrusted with the
Oil Tuesday a number of representa
tive, men, trom djfterent parts of the
county met at the court house and in
formally discussed the matter of getting
up a ticket with which to oppose the
ring picket put up by Verity last Satur
day Eight precincts were represented
aqq after thoroughly discussing the
matter it was decided to. get up petitions
with tbe names of the men who appear
- i tfhe Citizens ticket which appears at
t,he head of our columns as candidates
foj the various county offices. The vot
ers of the county should look the names
pyer carefully and investigate the men
ang their records and if they are not
proper persons tor tne iiuues wnicu
jroujjd devolve upon them they, should
0 0 $ be supported. If on the contrary
V?3! W. (9und to, 9 wofthy they sl'oujd
bj) supported by every man who has any
(purest ii the Welfare of the county and
jftyg dssire thpt hfy public affair be
r (b,e poptrolo tb,e people, and po
wt tor vh urt 4 to
THE POPS POP.
THE GREATEST ONE
RING CIRCUS ON
THE BESOWSED CHAS. E. VERITY
APPEARS AS BIXU MASTER.
The Court House Ring Under Command
of Verity Runs tbe Indepen
Hursuant to call the independent par
ty met in delegate convention at the
court house in Harrison on last Satur
urday at 2 o'clock.
The convention was called to order by
Commissioner Weber, chairman of the
county central committee, and the oall
read by the secretary, H. S. Clough.
Senator Stewart and Commissioner
Weber were nominated for temporary
chairman aud a vote resulted in the
election of the the former.
A number were named for secretary
but all declined but at last Will Gay
hart was induced to accept the honor.
On motion the following committees
Credentials, Burson, Priesoff and Ger
lacb. Resolutions, Clough, Bradley, Orton,
Weber and Southworth. Later Mr.
Weber asked to be excused and Mr.
Guthrie was appointed to fill the va
cancy. Permanent organization, Raum, Ver
ity, Hamaker, Langdon and Biehle.
While the committees were at work
Senator Stewart was called on for a
speech, but did not get fairly wound up
until the reports were ready.
M. J. Weber was made permanent
chairman and Will Gayhart permanent
On motion an informal ballot was
taken for clerk with the following re
Conrad Lindeman 32
0. H. Puddy 4
A formal ballot resulted in a unani
mous vote for Lindeman, of Bowen
precinct, and he was sent for and re
On motion of Senator Stewart a re
cess of ten minutes was taken, and when
the convention was called to order an
informal, secret ballot was taken for
treasurer with the following result:
S. Barker . 13
F. W. Knott 5
R. S. Q. Hamaker..... 9
J. S. Tucker 4
M. J. Weber 3
S. R. Story 2
Then the fun began and Senator Stew
art raised the point of Barker being an
an independent. On motion Messrs.
Gerlach aud Biehle were appointed to
wait on the Judge and request his pres
ence before the convention.
While the committee was absent a
number delegates spoke in opposition to
nominating an new converts, or as
Raum termed it 11th hour independents.
The committee returned., accompa
nied by Judge Barker, who informed the
convention that he was in full sympathy
with the principles of the independent
party. But that did not go down and
Stewart made an impassioned speech in
which he urged that none but time tried
independents be put on the ticket, but it
was of no avail, the formal vote was
ordered, Ringmaster. Verity cracked his
whip and the result was:
Barker, of Bowen, was, declared the
nominee. While White River delegates
ground their teeth and those from Cot
Informal ballot for judge showed:
Robert Wilson .l 16
Geo. Bowen.. 7
S. Buiker 7
Wiq, Dixon 6
First formal ballot:
Second formal ballot;; -
Barker .' 7
Mr. Bowen, of Hat Creek, was de
clared the nominee.
A formal ballot was taken for. sheriff
aud resulted as follows:
Thomas Rekly 21
ii. Sy ciough..
Mr. Reidy, of Bowen, was declared
. When the result of the ballot was an
nouuped the pent up wrath, of the dele
gations not subject . to, the lash of the
Ringmaster broke out. The. highhanded
manner m which the courfc house ring
was running things called forth loud
protests nod the remarks of the dele-
J. E. PHINNEY, Proprietor.
Pure Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils and Varnishes.
tW ARTISTS' MATERIAL.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
Day or Night.
Verity could not stand it and raised a
point of order and shut them off.
The informal ballot for superintendent
W. S. Hall 14
J. W. Graham 14
B. F. Thomas 8
The Ringmaster had the votes cast for
Graham of Cottonwood in order to make
that delegation feel good, but Mr. Gra
ham flung the act in the teeth of the
ring as an insult.
A formal ballot resulted as follows:
Mr. Hal) of Bodarc was declared nom
ited. For surveror B. F. Thomas received 24
votes and on motion it was made unani
mous. This was rubbing it in a little
harder than Thomas could stand and he
took the floor and declined the nomina
tion in a manner the audience will not
Mike Ruffing, who has been once ap
pointed and once elected to the office but
failed to qualify in ether case, was made
the nominee for surveyor.
For coroner, Dr. Phinney, a life long
.epublican, was named, but no question
was raised as to his politics.
After transacting a little party work,
the Ringmaster smilingly bowed and the
circus was at an end.
The delegates of the first commissioner
district met within the district and
named Henry Prieshoff as the indepen
dent candidate for commissioner.
John Coffee was in from Rawhide
C. E. Schilt arrived from his trip to
S. W. Kemp was up from White
Charles Newman returned from Chica
Dr. G. J. Shafer returned to his home
at Rushville last evening.
J. F. Schulz returned this morning
from the east part of the state.
G. M. Burson added his name to our
list of readers on Saturday.
J. T. Mason was. up from White Riv
er Thursday and called to see us.
David Anderson was over from Ard
more on Monday on business.
F. M. Procuuier passed through town,
Tuesday on a trip to Colorado.
County Attorney Conley returned
yesterday from his trip to Oklahoma.
W. E. Jones of Indian creek was doing
business in Harrison Monday and called
at this office.
B. E. Brewster arrived from the east
on Monday to look after his Sioux coun
' Mrs. L. Gerlach is expected home in
the near future. The little boy is recov
W. W. Wood, of Rushville, was in
Harrison Thursday on legal business,
and called at this offi.ee.
Frank Castle went east the first of the
week and it is expected that he will
bring a bride with him on Ins return.
G. M. Burson was up from Cotton
wood yesterday. He says the swearing
train got home safely Saturday night.
Rev. Kendall started last Monday
evening for Rushville and will return
the last of the week, accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wright returned
Monday from the vvorlds' fair and other
points in tne. eas,t. Aiiey repor a very
pleasant tuue.'- ' ' ' '
M. J. OCounell, chairman of the
repuQiican county cerai couiiuiviee,
came over fcuni Adelia, Saturday to, see
Verity's pop circus.
John Mosley and John W. Mxou were
up from Sunar Loaf on Saturday and
culled at this office, the latter enrolhug
himself as a reader of The Jouiwal.
J. W. Smith arrived home a few days
ago. It had been so long since his par
ents had heard from him that thuy bad
become alarmed and bad sen tv T
Notice of Dissolution,
Notice is hereby given that the firm
of Griswpld and Marstelles is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, D. H,
Griswold retiring. They will be suc
ceeded by J. E. Marsteller and W. B.
Marsteller under the firm name of
Marsteller Bros, who will collect all
notes, bills, etc., owing to said firm and
pay all liabilities.
1). II. Gkiswold,
J. E. Marsteller.
On account of the change in the firm
it is desired to have a settlement of all
accounts on the books of the old firm
and all knowing themselves indebted to
the firm of Griswold & Marsteller are
requested to call at their earlieat con
venience and make a settlement either
by cash or note.
Card of Thanks
We desire to thank our friends and
neighbors who so kindly assisted us
during the sickness and death of our
darling baby and our prayer is that they
may never have to pass through such
trials as we have, in the past few weeks,
with their loved ones.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bartell.
Looue Trolper. -At the county court
room, in Harrison, Nebraska, on Fri
day, October 13, 1893, by S. Barker,
county judge, Mr. Harry R. Logue
and Miss Lucy Trosper, both of Lander,
C. S. SCOTT,
Warm Meals at all Hours. Oysters
served in any style. Give me a call.
1 door north of the Journal office.
J. E. PHINNEY, M. D.
Physician and Snrgeou.
All calls given prompt attention.
Qfllce In Drug Store.
HARRISON, - - NEBRASKA.
B. L. SMUCK,
Fashionable Barber & Hair Dresser,
Oiie Boor South of Bank of Harrison.
OPEN SUNDAY FROM 0 TO 12.
RAZORS AND SCISSORS PUT IN ORDER.
Give t mo J a t Call.
DO YOU WANT WATER?
See the "Old Reliable'1
T. O. WILLIAMS,
McGINLEY & STOVER,
Own following brand:
B. E. Brkwsteb,
P, H. GRISWOLD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
American Exchange National Bank, New York,
United States National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron,
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
EDRAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
Have Just Received a Number of These Stoves.
COME AND LOOK AT THEM,
They Have also put in the Largest Stock of
ever brought to Harrison which they
are selling at lowest living rates.
Come and see us before you buy.
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