Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1895)
THE Riot; JCrocNTY
J" O T7 H, IST .A. L.
I.. J. Simmn. F.tlltor mid rripritr.
V- K. M. V K. It. Timr table
i.oinx w Ml. (riling
n. 3, TMHU IJ lu j Su. (5, InUivl e-tu
Yt flour, fws or mwl call on F
Ask . I. lollfo iiow In -arn tin
xct weight of tlw big li li hnh g.-t
Xt learn tUit Ii hiI tlilri' t Nn,
3 wants a ti-m ln-r. Si m. .nlh- term
art informed that John I '. Kjas,
of I.ittlw CotiouM'iMM, lift on t s ami
wheat six and n liaf fe-t high and il
a not irrigated.
- iioipiiouiiii ronipuunu . ougli syruj
the great n-niedv for coughs and rolds
at tlm Fionwr l'liarmacy.
-Lust or STHAYKti . brown gtldhig,
2 )ars old, branded circle on left thigh.
- If you wnnt a farm pap;r get one
published in Nebraska. The JorpxAi.
cluls with the .V(i)(i.(i J'liriifr, Call
and see a copy of it.
Neglect of the hair often destroys
it vitality and natural hue, and causes
it to fall out. Before it is too late.apply
. Hair Hair nenewer, a sure remedy.
I The school house is being repaired
and will be ready for use in a few days.
The fall term will begin on week from
next Monday. ;
1 the base will player will to to
I.usU to-morrow to play a gamo with the
knights of the diamond of that place.
A pood many contemplate join;; to w it
ness the game, among them a number of
Iodic. A good time is anticipated.
j Last week Mrs. Jacob Wasscrlierger
was thrown from a loud of hay anil had
her right h-g broken, just above the an
kle. Or. l'hinney was called and re.
d need the fracture and 'left the patient
Presiding Elder Julian came up Sat
unlay and remained until Momlav. We
should have been glad to have published
au announcement of his appointment
but no intimation ol his coming was
A party started Ir-mi lu re Kntunlny
for an outing in the wilds of Wyoming,
ami they went, prewired to wash gold or
slay anything which the scientists tell
us have inhabited that part of the globe,
la the party were SherilT Dew and City
Marshal Smith, of Harrison, and J. 8.
Ilousell, of Lusk.
.soi oire complaint nan ever neen
nmde by those using Ayer's Karsuparilla
voiding to directions. Futhcrmore,
vd liave yet to learn of a case in which
it has failed to afford benefit. So say
hundred of druggists all over the coun
try. lla cured other, will cure you.
-J. (.". L. Raglaiul informed uh that
be received a. letter a short time ago
from G. V Cobl with the information
that his wife had died recently. Mr.
C'obU has a large family of children to
cut for, the youngest being but few
The l'.rst of the week C. F. Coffee
went to Douglass, Wyo., to appear as a
w itues against a men who had been ar
rested and was under bowl on the charge
of having stolen a horse belonging to
Coffee. The man evidently considered
his chance pretty good for a term in the
Wyoming penitciitinrs Ptid kept nway
nod let tiis bondsmen pay the thre" hun
dred dollar 'vhich the bond called for.
(leo. II. Turner was in' town ivitiif
day walking on crutches and bad his left
fool, in a sling. On inef jj i'ion it was
learned that lie ns the vi. 'iul of a
rather peculiar a' -cide'it. 'While eii
gird in hauling grain from the field he
to--d a jul' of water from th' round
to the Uiy who v as Sliding. Th l.it'er
tailed to cntcli it and in falling it Hirm. k
Mr. Turner on the instep, breaking the
leaders and bruising the foot badly. Mr.
Turner is old enoiitli .i that he out'lil to
know Ix tter than to laki (itiv chances
With a jug loaded with anything as dan
gerous as water.
On last Friday evening a ! lure
xas ilelixensl Jit the court hoii by
1'rof. W. H. W.'uden, of trawl .id. A
fair audiem e listened to bun. His re
marks werecluetly din td to the teach
ers of the county who had gathers! and :
while art wit it pr.iiiinieiil I actor m las
remarks it wax used to tire the teuehers
to fctrivn to attain biyh.r and better
things than to Minply do what they had
to do. Prof. Woal'-n gave an tlluslra-!
ion of frrodinnd drawing and demon-1
Mra'eU that even vi'h conditions audi
rircumst.inre ogriiiit htm he had the
true artists' ability. A nmnlniolis vote
t.f thanks wai tendered him at the close
tf the locturv.
Harvest in well under way tm the
. i ) i :i . i .1. . .... II .... I. ....I.
laoli! W illie in mk v.uiej iv is nm.p:i.
In niost fnstancf a fair crop is reported, j
Home fields were nx)T white oHm-m werej
very (rood, o that taken as a w hole the
. uuall grain crop is much aliead of bat
it w-iw last year. Com is not very j
promising, many reporting that they j
will only gH fodder, but for those who;
have xtook that will b a jmying rop.
Potatoes will not be o fxitl n 1 ist
ear, but tho acreage being much great
fr the product of Urn county will aggre
gate more lln tlie crop of IH4, while
uther vegeUble will lie fairly good.
The people as a rule ea no raon to
A polite but firm invitation has lieen
receive,) from t lie count v treasurer by
(lie piibhsner of TltH J.n !:mi. to call and
ttle some delinquent tines. To do
that ca Ji is needed as the county treas-
urr wdi not taka wojd, garden truck,
Ilis hundreds of dollars dim and when
a demand is made for settlement of our
debts e must piiK lie demand along,
and we ho. tlmt tho indebted to us
will bring or sind in the amount due
p-dlioi.t furt Iter notice.
1 M.s li
f nun Cm w foi J tola y.
Mesdamo.'i I'oijtius and
Sunday at Hot Springs.
Oeorge Walker enrne don ti n oni ('as
pi-r last evening.
Mr- H. A. Cuuiiingrliiiin returned Fri
day evening to Iwr home in Alliance.
Attorney A. 0 FiJier was up from
Oiiadron Thursday on lejcl business.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hollingsworth
seut some days ut Harrison last week.
liner Smith came down from Kdge
mont Monday to visit his sister, Mrs, J.
Otto Tiete and John Corhin returned
Saturday from Omaha where they had
been with inttle.
Miss Fannie Van fluskirk expects to
go to her home at Gordon the last of
Irving Wilson and family passed
through Harrison last week on their
way to Sheridan, Wyo.
Mrs. Charles Palmer, of Alliance, has
been visiting Iicr sister, Mrs. ii. I
Smuck, for the pa-st week.
f J. E. Q. Hunter arrived Monday even
ing from Itakersfieid, California, to look-
after his interests in Sioux county.
J. W. Earnest returned yesterday
from Omaha, where he had l-en with
two car loads of fat cattle having, bit a
li. H. Oldham, of Greenfield, Iowa
arrived n couple of weeks ago mid will
make this his home. J lis family will lie
lyre in the near future.
W. h. Pontius writes us to send The
J'JUivvi, to him at Hapid City, whore he
is cashier for the Flkhorn railroad com
pany. He ha. a good (tosition and is
doing well. Will has a good Mart and
will no doubt make his mark in railroad
T. O, Williams says ho has had the
best run of work with his well drill that
he has ever had here.
Jolia I. Diivis has been appointed
deputy sheriff so that in the absence of
the sheriff law-breakers can In; taken
On Ixst Friday and Saturday County
Superintendent Duvis held examination
of teachers. Those who anoeared and
were examined were: Mrs. Hattie
Grove, Minses Mattio Golden, Nettie
Raines, Elsie Morriam, Myrtle Zimmer
man, Fanny .Southwo.-th, Lilian Henry,
Edith Burson, May Force, Alice Thomas,
and Messrs.-F. W. Coltman, J. W, Gra
ham, H. Lyon, Franklin Force.
Notice has been served on the chair
man of the board for the village of Har
rison to appear and defend itself in a suit
before. Justice Puddy of White River pre
cinct wlurein L"on B. Smith seeks to re
cover judgment on mmie old outlawed
and i.incelled village warrants. There
is no objection to the court before whom
the case is bi ought except its location.
Tin: village has enough to contend with
to pay its just oblig.i.tio'1 ow:t and to
have a shyster lawyer bring suit in a
justice conn a long dist utee from the
town when expense of making defense
wilt be greatly increased iuort consid-
erably of pi'isi uttou and indicates that
it is more of a bull-doxiiig scheme, than
a leal claim. Attorney Guthrie 1i.m
Ihsmi retained to look after the interests
of the vilktge and th '.ae will ivow up
Noiico tu lelin.iient Tax Pujer.
1 wish to call your attention to the
fact that the County Treasurers have
been very lenient, Willi you during the
several crop failures and as: Clearly all
school districts nm in tusil of money
and th prospects are good for line rops
this year, 1 Miall iusit upon the pay
ment of yo.ir personal taxes. Gentle
men they (ive si,,)d long wnougii.
M. S. WuoiMtt fr.
IWssoluUoM MT Prlnrrslt)p,
Notice is hereby given that the part
nership heretofore existing between S.
E. Hough, W. H. Hough and C, Y.
Hough, of Harrisoiv, Neltraska, vioder
the (Irm name of K R iUwigh & Sons
was dissolvrsl by mutual consesit on the
1st day f August, W, fl. Hough
retiring. Trw business w ill be cotitmued
by ts. U Hough and (J, Y. Hough, nmler
the linn namn of M. K. Hough & Son,
who w ill pay oil liills find 'tdlct all
accounts due aid (irm.
R R. lkvK.rt,
W, II. Houiui,
O. Y, JK'I.iih.
j Pop-Fi.j ie
' Ofalltbe -.bt.cal convent i.,ik ever
'oux county the iop oiiveulmn J
' at the court house on laM Sitiinl ' '
,. . . , , , . ,.
. Hie nike. After skirmisluog all aroiiixl
, ami riinmiig in all tlie available1
timlKr K.ssibe for delegates tlm throng '
WiUi 'alle.1 to order by H. F. Tliomas, ,
"( " fo,,n,' ntn.lcom-.
F. W. Knott nominated flrotlier W. J. j
A. liauiii for chairman and on a vote i
being taken lie was elected.
On taking tlie chair Mr. Kaiim thank
ed the convention for tlie honor, and
then pro-eetled to tear ien the wires
of t wo years ago in great hbajw. Ver
ily, Couley, Lindeman and others were
scored for their actions. As the ti !k
went on Fred Knott haw the iossibility of
his ever getting a chance to handle the
county funds grow fainter and more I
faint and he arose ami called Itrotberj
IUiiin down. He tumbled and on ino
tion committees were apinted on ere-
dentials anil jermaiieiit organisation. (
I C. ljw isof Andrews was tendered a
place on one of the committees but de
clined, statin); that he was not a dele-
gale. The report on -rnianeiit org.im-!
zatioii recommended that no change he
made in the ollicers.
The committee on credentials reported
ijuite a list of delegates, but the follow
ing is '.lie crsonne of the aggregation:
Cottonwood precinct, W. J. A. Ratlin
cannidate for county .treasurer, J. W.
Graham candidate for county clerk, and
Iliirson, aspirations unknown.
Five Points, F.x-County Suentiteii(l-
ent A. Southworlh, candidate for coun
Hat Creek, Ex-County Coiiiniissr.ncr
and Dispenser of Patronage F. W. Knott,
candidate for county treasurer.
Sugar Iiaf, A. P. Rosenberg,
lion not yet made public.
Warlxmnet, Fx-Survevor B. I
as, candidate for county tnieriiitendeiil,
Jerrj- Will, candidate for sherill'.
As st agreement (Candidate Knot I
moved that no nominations for county
ollicers be made until later and the mo
tion was carried.
In selection of delegates to the slate
and judicial conventions, Kosenlierg
nominated Candidate liauiii and Candi
date Knott nominated M. J. Weber.
Candidate Kaiim told the multitude
how he had attended every pop state
Convention since the parti' was organ
ized and how last year he started for
Grand Island from Crawford with twenty-live
cents in his pocket, beat his way
on the train a part of the way and
swiK-d a passenger's ticket for the rest
of the trip, but. he failed to tell whose
leg he pulled for his expenses and return
ticket. The nominees weru elected. '
Then came fun. Although at the
head of the. delegation Raum did not
feel that he could trust himself, so with
out leaving the chair he moved that the
delegates to the judicial convention be
instructed for Kicker. It was remarked
by Knott that ho thought the delegates
could lie depended on. Raum then said '
that the light in the convention would
be between Kicker and Westover and he
sailed into the lat ter in one of his char
acteristic tirades, and finally the in
struction asked was given and Raum
knew where "ho was at."
The cutivention of conglomerate con-
did.ites then adjourned until the l'Jth
day of October, llo.
P. S. We asked the secretary of the
convention for an official report of the
proceedings, but he is evidently ashamed
of the affair as no report has Wn sent
in up to time of going to press.
Hereafter parties not culling in per
son for freight or express at this ollice
will be required to send a written order ,
with the ierson calling for same. The I
rules of the companies require this and j
the agent has no authority to waive j
such order. 10. F. PoSTiL's,
Agent F. K. & M. V. It. K. and Aiihti !
can Kxpiv-s Ciniany.
Agricultural Society Meeting. i
Tliere will Imj a meeting of the Sioux j
tountv Agricultural Society at thei
court hoiiso at Harrison, on Saturday,!
August il, I'!"!, at 1 o'clock, ii. m. fort
the purpose of discussing tlie advisabil
ity of holding a county lair and making
an exhibit at th! stale fair. All inter
estisl are invited to attend.
H. S. V(xi!f:iv,
1.. J. .SlUMuVS Presid.-nt.
Special K(ni vlu- to Hut Springs.
On tlie following dates t he F. K. & M.
V. will dl excursion tickets from Har
rison, Neb., to Hot .Springs, S. i),, iind
... -.. ju .... f... u ...I
iiMlilllin iiim OM lire louiiu mp.
These tickets w ill be irood ivtiiriiim' for
thirty dsiys from daU of sal.v
June Ttii and lltth, July :id and 19th, i
August 2d and Md. For furtiior par
tU'iilwcs iuplv Ji. F, Ikixncs
Prompt iHenUon giwn to ll legal
matters in Jiisticn, ( Vumty and District
Courts, nt.d boi tfie 1 Tnit ivl Slntes
I And (Nil. ha.
Fire Imuratiiss riltiro in reliable
tJJ Iiegal fmpent cnreMly tlrawti.
Hi an iv, - Nnnt,
c i i : ; i
L 1 ' IT - 7'-. 1 -?
yt l ' rf V ki
V l ! kill!',
i!;"ii'ii i f
f " ! t.- to f
i. a:'! 1:
. I- .c!,
ei coin- !
in :: . ' ?r
o. ! !o
I o! I,
:i ( .
;. nut a co.. wi
o c c o o .
15. L. SMUCK.
Fashionable Barber &. Hair Dresser.
OPEN S'JNDAY FROM 9 TO 1 2.
K.VZOIW AXO SCISSOR ITT IX UIMiKlt.
E. PIIINNEY, M. 1).
Physician mid Sargceit.
All culls given prompt i.lli'i.tion.
Dfllee In Driiif Store.
llAltltlSON, - - NKmtASKA.
IT IS A
111 llie daily performance
of his great,
original tradegy in real
It is in t wo acts. In the first act the
principal parts an; taken by Mr. Gerbudi
and representatives of eastern hob-sale
house, from w hom the former purchases
his goods. In this act he displays great
power in !he forcing down pri. es. and
extraordinary ability in the selection of
goods to suit Ins customers. But it is'
in 1 lie second net that he most truly
shines mid at t he point : wl're i'!i sit
thcirish his prices ;u-
pTTITI TTT rT,"7v70 '
his classic countenance ls-ars
that is alii'ost hea venly.
Performa tici's every day from ) a. in.
to 10 p. in. Sps-i,il low prices on all i
goods I days io the week. Admission i
free. Ikm't forget the pla. e.
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
CET THE BEST
When yon are about to buy aSpwfnrHar,hfnc
3o not be tleceivt'd by aUiin-nK avcrtiBemraU
d be led tu think yoo cud k'tttUfj best mde,
luiesit tiuirthed sad
for a mere pong. See to H that
vtr mj from reliable moaiu
juctorrs that have K;uiud a
rr pntitt km by honrt4 andis uaro
wlm ma will then ro-1
eirif Mactiine that i Holed
Hnrl unr fr,r lit! ilnnu
billty. Yon want the one ttuit
a eaaicsc to maosge uu io
There Is none In the world that
chii equal in mechanicnt con
ntniction, durabihty ot oTVnfr
partH, ftneneHH of finiith, beauty
In appearance, or has H xnaitj
I New Home
ItW AatmiMIc TeiwVm, TeMtTswa,lnm
tin both RKlea of needle (palrnttf),xnnm km
it ; Nrw Ktand ( fatimMs, OrivinK wheel Magvd
, tin aujuwauie centera, mm rcuuomg wow mo
I the minimum.
WHITI TOW CIRCULAWts,
THE HEW HOME SEWiKG Mi(itiIXBi,
Okaum, HtM. Hoim, MtM. rxtiK airilt,1l. V '
oomo,Iu w. Loin. Ho. Duun.nM. i
Aw nttcmuo, vau. afLAHTA.k.
wa4 - .1
Is the name and fame of the "Old
Reliable" store of MARSTELLER
BROTHERS, ' where you can al
ways find bargains in everything
to be found in a
Now is the time select your
Highest market price paid for produce
of all kinds.
"The Old Reliable."
From scandal's name we stand aloft,
v And honor not iis propagator,
We sell you goods, will make'' you laugh ''
And go and tell your neighbor
The cheapest place to trade
Yes, that's the name, just
HOUGH &c SOIST.
Lumber, Coal and
THE OMAHA ,
W.tteX iT T;x-t'errwrtBi
W. J- BRYAN
Is the greatest newt paper west
of the Mkiowri River.
It advocates FREE SILVEE
at the present ratio ot sixteen
Its news service in the best ta
, l)e obtained.
j Daily, ?C 00 per ye;vr; 50 cent
1 per raonlh Weekly, 81 OJ per
Subscriptions fr the
received at thli offiCi'
THE DULLEST Of;!'
j pnxaf ; 1 1 wft j .sfi-iliy wmUMW.
C, C Mcl.lKU.), ......
. ...-,-....H:d . ?...:. : (.t.i.1 4 t,itt( fff
-hi line Viv t'w i.M aoitrorl
4.' has ., tiaJ i ,tAr,t;Mx to. .uuikin'
.'...I'oupi', mill yi.il.sif' 'ifvy ..'till jihRp
tit's tviumn.tr work !.i tiaitflM
cull oil iuiu.
Powered by Open ONI