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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1895)
L. J. HI I
i. Editor t4 FrH-lter.
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Ko. , mUrd, !t:W ( K. , wlxwl jS:4
For flour, feed of meet call on E.
Paper napkin lor sale at THIS
JiX knai. otHce.
For reliable, first class dental work
of aay kind, ko to T. J. OibSofl, Craw
llorehound compound cough ityrup
the great remedy for cough and colds
at tlj Fioneer Iharmacy.
W. W. Taylor tlie defaulting ex-
treasurer of South Dakota, had returned
to Pierre and will be tried.
Two whole daya this week without
: a shower, two more and the drought ca
lamity man w ill begin to get hi work
, iu again.
If you want a farm rwuwr iret ohe
published in Nebraska. THE JocrxaL
clubs with the hraxka Farmer. Call
and se a copy of it
Word come from alt quarter that
the neatest aitd most satisfactory dve for
coloring the beard a b-own or black is
Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers.
J. C. L, Ragland intends to move
out of town shortly and locate on a
claim on the divide, the exact location
of w hich he has not a yet determined
C. I Christain of Pleasant Ridge is
diliveriag a car of wheat this week for
, shipment to an eastern mill. The wheal
r is of extra good quality and brought
more than the market price.
The Supreme Court lifts handed
dow n an opinion in the asylum ease
which sustains th action of 1or. Hol
comb in the tnattor and removes Dr. Hay
to make room fcr I'r. Abbott,
f E, 11. Barbour, State OJeoIogist of
Nebraska, and a party oif Onirersity stu
dents arrived Wednesday forenoon and
are now located a few miles northeast of
this plate, in cans engaged in dairy
ing out specimens of the genus daimone-
Some people ore constantly troubled
witli pimples and boils, especially about
the face aad neck, the best remedy is a
thorough course of Ayer's Uarsaparilla,
which expels all humors through the
proper channels and so makes the skin
become soft, healthy ,aod fair.
Myron used a great deal of hair
dressing, b ut was very particular to
have only tlie best to be found in the
market. If Ayer'i Hair Vigor had been
obtainable then, doubtless he would
have tested it merits, as so many dis
tinguished and fashionable people are
A small 20 year old broncho, about
fourteen men, and a cloud of dust caused
considerable excitement on our streets
last Tuesday morning. In spite of the
odds against it the "broach" came near
coming out victorious but after a brave
run it was forced to succumb to the in
evitable and was ignominiously led away
at the end of a rope1
The preliminary examination of Tom
Burns for the killing of Albert Jones
twelve miles south of Crawford resulted
n Justice Crail binding Burns over to the
district coart in the sum of to an
swer u charge of manslaughter, It seems
that wlmt little evidence there was in re
gard to the killing went to show that
Jones togan the shooting,
The contest case of ('has. Newman
v.-. ;.rum W. Nichols came up for hear
ing before County Clerk lilevvett on
Monday but was iostponed as the eon
totatit was unable to produce certain
illorsiii material witnesses. The case
x.'itcs considerable interest as the title
if; the well known Kxst Springs in the
xiulh part of the county is involved.
An epidemic of murder seems to lie run
ninji among the people of north Nebraska
Oti top the story of the killing of Jones.
touUiJuf Crawford last week comes one
front Biow a county. One Q A Porter liv
ing Itcluuun Ainsworth and Springview
liiul ntiiiie trouble with a family of ne
fritms ovr a horse, lie at once proceeded
to ' jfet bU gun" .shoot; and kill the mo
ther, sin old and defenseless woman, and
.'tie of the sons, besides taking an inef
!' t 1 1 J .hot at nnother of tlie boys. It is
a credit to the coiiiiiiiiuity in which Por
ter lives, that there are grave fears thut
lift will )h lynched.
Hie OM ClermaD' Ta'luuan.
Tim (icrmani have a story which that
hoii,e-l.,, !i,g pooplu like to reM-t. A father,
wh'.tii d:s .laughter became a brldo, gavehor
a puliicn casket with the Injunction not to
ms tt intoot-lier Imiids, for It held a charm
ivhicii. in her keeping, would beof hientinia
tiie vauei to her us the mistress of a house.'
N""t oolv was she to have the eutlre care ot
it, but ohe was to take It every morning to
the celiii:, the kitchen, the dining-room,
the library, the parlor, the bed room, aud to
reoiubi with It in each place for five min
ute, liking carefully about. Afu-ralap
of three year the father was to send the
e.y, thut the neurit talisman might be re
vealed. The directions were followed. The
' v was sent. The casket was opened. It
" f'limd to contain an old parchment, on
Worn w.is written these words" "The
) i of l ie mistrefs are worth one hundred
vmr of servants' biirnls," The wise father
in- iv thut a practice i f Inspection followed
' 1 , ... for three veara wrtuld become n
' . '1 be irlLiwris tiiatllig that tin
. V h , sket and I he hidden charm Would
W oomplislieil their mission. Kslk-
C. I' Coffee w i.j 1 tun Hon visitor
John Coffee vu Up from Rawhide
Wm. Leonard of Cook prcim-t iS in
The pleasant countea&nce of tiobert
Neece is circulating about town today.
Mr. Sturdevant of Rbeep Creak was
looking at the bounty' metropolis last
T. B. Snyder and wife were up from
Sheep Creek laat Monday, as witnesses
ori a land contest case.
Phillip MiC'ann is taking a vacation
from his railroad work and Visiting his
airs. ix j, Simmons returoeu oy ran
Monday from Hot Springs, 8. IX, having
seen sufficient of camp lite.
Messrs. It hen. tianz, bd Brown of
the Montana tand and Cattle Co., took
a look at Harrison last Sunday.
I Mrs. fellen Oriswold of Avoca, Iowa,
arrived last Friday on a visit to her son
JJ. H. Oriswold Of the Commercial Bank.
Mrs. Thos. Davenport of Vllen-, was a
passenger on Tuesday mornibg's train
west enroute for (Jreeley, COl.-, where
she will remain about three weteks visit
ing with friends abd relatives.
County -surveyor Ellis passed through
town Tuesday on his way home from
the ranch of A. McOinley where he had
been engaged for some time in making a
plat Of Mr. McOinley's irrigation ditches
HAKftisox, Neb., Jess It, ism.
Hoard of County Commiwloni-rn met Ui
I'teiM-nt (OinnilMionrri, Jolmmil, Tink
hum, Wrbor mid Clerk.
('. A. I'odfly hsuing- ninde the loweat bid
for the cmiMrnctlon of a brldg-o nen
WhIU Hjvrroeur ksctlon Ms whare public
roud croixn unlit Whit ltlrr tetwon nee
Un twenty-three mid twenty -four, town
uhlp SI, ntiitp! Uie Sam wux ui'c'lilKd mi 4
hood, ueuompiinyuia; the Suiue. Hppntrad.
uwlnc to the nnsafrty of tan old lirtdfe
ttcrom. Whit Kiver near section llnmtie
t em m otion line thirty-three and thirty
four, towunhla Uilrty-on, range 58, oa mo
tion the road overseer lie, and ho herby i
Onlvreil to remove the old brtdf and con
struct u hrld(je thirty feet long, sixteen feet
wide, KnpporU.il by a iueea trn a per
plaiisand aiMsclflcalians on It In in Clerk
oHee, the same to be completed at a cot
not to exceed t'JO.ao.
On motion board adjourned to meet ana
Hoard of ('eaaty ConuiiiMloners immediate
ly ufter adjourning a a Hoard of Kiju all Zil
lion f or the year 1SIM.
Stintlajr School ConveBtlon.
The Sioux County Sunday School con
vention convened in the Bodarc Presby
terian church on Wednesday June, 12th.
The session was opened at 11 o'clock with
a devotional service, conducted by Rev.
0. E. Conaell, after which, dinner was
served, at the church. At 2 p. m. the
first topic, " The Army Organized "was
presented by Kev. C. K. Rice, following
this was an interesting discussion upon
the "foes of the snnday school." In the
evening the house was filled, to listen to
an address by Rev. J. S. Thackery of
Crawford, which was both interesting
and instructive. Thursday June 13th,
the session opened with a devotional ser
vice conducted by Rev. John JeTferies of
Crawford, after which the subjects of
discussion were taken up and properly
handled. At 12 o'clock, dinner was served
in the church. At 1:80 P. M. the reports
of schools were given showing that an
earnest effort is being put forth for the
religious instruction of our youth. The
officers elected for the 'ensuing year
were Pres. ; H. E. Clough of cotton wood.
Vice Pres. ; Mrs. Montgomery of Bodarc,
Secand Treas. W.BL Davis of Harrison.
After singing "(Jod be with you till we
meet again " the convention adjourned
to meet in Harrison in 1H(W.
McCaXN-Donahok. On Wednesday
June 12, 1805; at the residence of
Mrs. Jordan, near Gilchrist; Rev P.
Brophy, of Chadron, oHciating; Jas.
McCann and Miss Annie Donahoe.
Tlie groom is one of Sioux county's
oldest residents a prosperous young far
mer and stock grower, and the bride an
estimable young lady, of Kill parish,
Cavan County, Ireland. The contract
ing parties were schoolmates in Ireland
and the ceremony of Wedoesday was the
finishing chapter of a romance begun in
Ireland. The Journal joins the numer
ous friends of the young couple in wish
ing them a prosperous journey through
Rolwrt Neece Teportx that the
wolves killed two calves for him last
Monday night besides injuring several
more. It is to lie regretted that our
representatives in the last legislature
could not smre enough thought from
their great schemes to give a little at
tention to getting an appropriation to
piy the baunty offered by ye state
for the destruction of the greatest dan
ger to Ine largest interest in the dis
trict. Notices are posted calling the annual
school district, meeting for Monday, June
24. The meeting should be attended by
every person interested and the affairs of
the district thoroughly looked into. If
sufficient funds can be made available,
the district bonds should be paid and the
nterest payments thereon stopped.
S irne move should he made either
towards a new school house or towards
linking the approach to the present on
less dangerous for the children.
CoaMerrlal Potato browing.
There are but few farmers thit jppre-
! ciate tlie worth of the ootato rroo out-
side the Immediate needs of their own
families. They Mem lo ignore the fact
tliat potatoes are now grown as a fleld
crop to the very best advantage, just as
corn and wheat are grown- Labor sav
ing machinery is now provided the pota
lo farmer for putting In his crop quickly
cultivating It effectually and making
the harvest easy. The fact is also Ig
nored that tlie price paid for good pota
toes one year after another is such as to
offer substantial Inducements to farmers
to devote-a few acres each year to tlie
cultivation of good keeping varieties.
Also the feeding value of potatoes when
they happen to be cheap and plentiful Is
a thing that is generally overlooked.
They are a good appetizer and put stock
in condition lo get the most good from
other foods consumed. We are convinc
ed that Western farms should be grow
ing potatoes from a commercial point or
From a letter by Rev. J. Quoderson,
of Dimondalet Mich., we are permitted
to make this extructi ''I have no hesi
tation In recommending Dr. King's New
Discovery, as the results were almost
marvelous In the case of my wife.
While I was pastor of the Baptist church
at Hives Junction she was brought down
with pneumonia succeeding la grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of coughing would
last hours with little interruption and it
seemed as if she could not sorvive them.
A friend recommended Dr. King's New
Discovery; it was tiUicR in its work and
satisfactory in results. Trial bottles
free at tlie Pioneer Pharmacy. Regular
siae 50c. and I.OO.
W. H. Evans will lie at Harrison
from Monday, June 24, until Suturday,
June 2W, after which lie will lie in Satur
days of each Week. If you have any
watches jewelry etc., in need of repair
give him a call, satisfaction guaranteed.
Located at the harness shop,
Farm Loans Principal and In teres
payable monthly or semi-annually as
desired. Apply to Grant Outline, Har
Largest (Irralatlen In Nebraska.
It isn't much wonder that the State
Journal now tut the largest circulation
in Nebraska. It has reduced its price to
65 cents a month with Sunday, or fit)
cents without Sunday; it lias been
spending more money for Nebraska than
any other paper; it has on its staff such
men as Bixby, Walt Mason and Annin.
The Journal is being pushed at every
point and is climbing steadily aud surely
away ahead of the other state dailies.
People like a Lincoln paper. Especially
wliea it is as good as the Journal.
Faur Big Huccesaes.
Having the merit to more than make
good all the advertising claimed for them
tlie following four remedies have reached
a phenominal sale. Dr. King's New Dis
covery, for consumption, coughs and
colds, each bottle guaranteed Electric
Bitters, the great remedy for liver, stom
ach and kidneys. Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the best in the world, and Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which are a per
fect pill. All these remedies are guar
anteed to do just what is claimed for
them and the dealer whose name is at
tached herewith will be glad to tell you
more of them. Sold at Pioneer Pharmacy.
Special Eacuisions to Hot Springs.
On the following dates the . E. & M.
V. will sell excursion tickets from Har
rison, Neb., to Hot Springs, S. D., and
return (or one fare for the round trip.
These tickets will lie good returning for
thirty days from date of sale: May 24Ui,
June 7th and 19th, July ad and 10th
August 2d and 2'M, For further r-
ticulars apply to E. F. Pontidh,
Church Services Next Sunday.
Preachiag service, Sunday morning
10:30; Sunday School U:o0; Epworlh
League, 7, C, E. Conn Ei J Pastor.
At a Hundred Junction Points
in Nebraska, connections are made with
Burlington Route trains for Chicago, St.
Louis, Kansas City, St. Joseph, (Jinaha,
Lincoln, Denver, Cheyenne and beyond.
Our maps and time-table showing
where, when and how our truius run and
wherein they excel the trains of otlier
lines in many important respects, are
sent on request free,
Always glad ta quote rates and give
J. FHAMem. G. P. & T. A. Omaha,
Cents to January I,
That Is an awful little bit of money
for a twice-u-week puper like the Semi
Weekly Journal, but if you will send 50
cents you will receive that paper until
Jaiiuury 1, lHWI. You will llud it the
farmer's daily. Markets alone are worth
more money than thut. If yon take it
the rest of thbt yenr for Q cents you
will want to keep it always. If you get
up a club of live 50-cent subscriber you
can have a copy free for your trouble, ,
Address, Nebraska State Journal, Lin-
Ill -- .jtf.'II 111
THE BANE OF HUMAN LIFE,
Driven Out of thn System bf
th Use of
"For five years, I was a trreat
KufTprer from a tnost ixTsistcut
blood disease, norm of the various
inedieiiies 1 took liring of any
help whatever. Hoping thai
cliaiiw of ('liiiiiitp woiiltliwnpHt
Mie. I Went to Cuba, to Florida,
ami tlicti to Saratoga Springs,
where I remained some time
drinking the waters. But ull was
no use. At laitt, lieliig advised
by several friends to try Ayer'a
SarsHparilla, I Ix-gan taking it,
and very soon favorable result!)
were manifest. To-day I rnu
sider myself a perfectly healthv
inati, with' a good appetite unit
hot the least trace ot my former
complaint. To nil my friends,
ai.d especially young men like
myself. I recommend Aver'sSar
Hiijiari lla, if in heed of a perfect I v
reliable blmxl-pttrlfler.' Juki":
A. Kscojiar, proprietor Hotel
Victoria, Key West, Fla.; resi
dence, 352 V. lflth St., New York.
Admitted ior Bskibltlon
AT THE WORLD'S PAIft
Prompt attention given to nil legal
mat ters in Justice, County and liistrict
Courts, and United States Land f )Hice.
l"Jf Legal piers carefully drawn.
1IAKW.SON, - Nebraska.
B. L. SMUCK,
Fashionable Barber & Hair Dresser,
OPM SUNDAY ntOM TO 1 2.
RAZWtS AND SXtSHOMS Pl'T fN OKOF.R.
iivr. X nn t a Cult,
J. S. PHINNEY, St. I.
Physician a Ml Snrg-rnn.
Atl cull given prwrnfrt sUstton.
OWne In Irrna; Store.
HARRISON. - yEBRASKA.
Ta Best Opportunities In America
FOR PROFITABLE FARMING
ii lon the Una of th
MOBILE AND OHIO RAILROAD
ALABAMA and MISSISSIPPI.
Twn fail trkim daitv wtiri thrmtfh cVenem. Law
rtlci Und-eeker excursions monthly. IllailTfttod
teak frtt to all. It tell all tbout tha cho
homes, lh climate, tha hwtlthfulnen and how to
row three lull crops each year on the tame una.
(end your name to K. K. Pory, General Paste agei
4fent, M. fcO. R. R , Mobile, Ala.
Is the name and lame of the "Old
Reliable" store of MARSTELLER
BROTHERS, where you can al
ways find bargains in everything
to be found in a
GENERAL STOR E.
Now is the time select your
Highest market price paid for produce
of all kinds.
'The Old Reliable."
Lumber, Coal and Farm Implements,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Lime,
Lath and Shingies.
Windmill and Pump Supplies.
HORSE ' BREEDERS.
On account of hurd limns I will M;mJ
my 3-yenr-old Shire Hmllioi) fur (Ml to
insiiru ii mare in foul.
lie is ii bright ly, witi. hkI .u le
utid action, and weighs ;iii.tit I,7(K1
I will talio younii ciiUli' nl th nmrkvt
value in .payment of service fees,
TIih home can ul iruy to found ut my
liiint, on niilo south uf Boduic,
PETER S( H AKFFH,
THE DULLEST Ddill.'i
S. L. ELLIS.
Ik prepared to do lill kinds ,.f S;UR
VKYIXf? and HIT-Mi LEVEL! ;i a
prompt r ml s;it,ihl';ictory manner.
C. C. Ma BRIDE,
Is pi-fpiirt d to do all klndu of work, in
his line I'V the inonl . nipijl .
lie has s-eial iipjmraliiK for niuk iig
Kroiipsiuid (inlMiile viuwn unit pur-til-n
wanli;;' work iu llutt lin),wt.vll
ciill on liuu.
tfr SATIK(.'vr; c. ill'A.RAMTKBD.
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