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THE SIOUX COUNTY
TbcSDay, Dec. 9th, lg'J"
(Mo- D. Canop, Editor and Prop.
F. E. A M. T E. tl. lime table.
Going Went. Going East.
j!o. t, niUed. -il :20 J So. e, mixed S:00
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and Itistrict
' ourts, ami before the United States
Fire Insurance written io reliable
'iTLegal papers carefully drawn.
Hai'JUSox, - Nebraska.
10 -.,! .
$1.00 -t;!e SI. 00:
The Greatest Rep'.ib'.icv.i Paper of the West
F. K. M
V. R. R.
to and frora the
SUGAR BEET FIELDS
J. E. PHIN'NEY. M. J.
Phjscan and Surston
All calls given prompt attention.
Office in iru(? store.
libhed toiav ti 1 eta r.wayi be rei.td upon lot Uit and henest re-,
pens of all pjot.cal affirs. J
-gTheWecklv IM;rOc?an Si pn".e 'i of the New J rprflj
U and thi pest ci Current L;t:ra!urc.
It U Morally Clean, a-.J ci a Faaiiy Tappr is Wi.nout a Peer.
fs Literary t olumn are equal )
fs Kouf ?s Department is tkeW
.ji-sr cf.i lend.
A map oi the
a" waTl issued by the
Bu rllnctor- iioute ti three feet
-U!8 ty lour long; Is print!
10 eeveu colors; Is mounted on
rollers; tbows every slate,
county, important town und
railroad In the Union, mid
forms a very desirable and
usefl adjunct to any house
SioM or business establishment.
Purchased In large quanti
ties, tlie mps coft Burlington
Route more than fifteen centa
each, but on receipt of taut
4 aroount la stamps the nnd.Br
igued will be pleuaed to send
Write immediately, as the
supply in limit, d.
i. Ti.vciu. Cen'l Pusa'r Agent, Omaha, 'eb.
"Ulas A. Holoomb Oovernm
James E. Harris Lieutenant Governoi
W. r. Porter Secretary of Mate
John F. Cornell Auditor
J. R. Mesere Tre;uiirei
'x. J. Smyth- Attorney General
J. V. Wolfe Land Comml-wkmei
W. R. Jackson Supt. Public Instruciion
John M. Thurston V. S. Senator, Omaha
Wj. V. Allen V. S. &e:iatjr, Mitdiaon
J. B. Strode, Congressman 1st Dlt., Lincoln
A. T. CLA K,
1 f!5!-e: 1st I oor South of U Tt-!
H n ISDN -
It brines to tbi fan: ;v tr.it ew. nf thn l-n'ip- M(,rli and
the best and .b '-l d si'MioTiS o alt i;u'IO'is ff tsemv. h
later -ai tarlv v tl r.lir.ir n.j!r "urn weelc
nrl hainir .hH in (i rp.l In '-".- S.pte.J IO ll H.tS Ol
U peepis west of the t.Mn.tt nv i..:;f Un paper.
Where are you going?
We are on our way to the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
THEY SAY EVERYTHING
IS SO CHEAP AT THAT
My vnfe wants one of thorn
bcztiful SWING II ATS
and dry good yrovmom dc.
J need Spring SUIT myself
and ice think tee can save mon
ey by trading at the
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE.
EB. S Tbe Da'lj and Sunday Edl-
ft. H.Mercer, ' "Al " Omaha
rtouel Maxwell, " Srd " Fremont
W. L. Stark, " tb " Aurora
K. I. Sutherland, " th " Kelson
W. L. Gr, " eth " Kearney
A. M. Post rhief Justice, Colnmbns
T. O. C. Harrison ..As'te Ju'ig';, Gr mi laiund
T. L. Xorval Associate Jadg, -w,.ri
. A. Campbell Clerk and Kcporter, Lincoln
rilTEKSTH JUDICIAL DISTBWTT:
M. r. Slnkaid Judge, O'N.-ilr
W. H. WestoTer
al. J. Blewett
NOTICE TU SETTLERS f
The rules of the bx-al land olCte have
recently been amended so that rettlers
io make final proof fchall settle with the
publisher before sending in their applica
tion. All parties deairing to ibaJte final
proof tan have their pajwrs made tiut at
1'HE Jufi:SALof5:it, tree of uuire, and
promptly transmitted to the land tdlk-e
io that no time w ill l lost.
I. R. Mclntire, the photo-
igrapher who was here two
years ago and now located
at Hay Spring, informed us
that he will be in Harrison
cn Dec. Hth, and will re
main until .Christmas only.
He also informs us that he
has kept with the times and
is better able than ever be
fore to turn out the best
work at right prices. Par
ties desiring work in his line
should not miss this oppor
tunity. Remember until Christmas
- Burt ew return d fr.nn bin visit to
Iowa on last Thursday.
The Snow seem d to have diaered
very quick since M-ndnv morning.
Mr Spray of Soldier creek was Uo
iuir I us nst at the Hub la.sl Saturday.
-J E Ptlren of AileiU will with this
isstiH commence reading the JpfRNAL.
W. :. (i Itwrt of Kltworth t is state
... Koshvlllt isliereiisa witness in the case ol lin-j
.Clerk. HarrtHon nln v B M railroad.
II. A priddy, who ha len to
Greenfield, la , for a we-' or two on
bosineK- returnwj yest-rilay niorninir.
John fdd if Snir Iaf was in
town on bin'iiess Tu-"d i v an I cll-d at
the office for a f-w nrmrtit visit.
otiPP Atiyhtiy wishing to buy n.e-
I wheels will d well to call on or ad
drej 'hsw, Scliilt Harrison NVb.
J 8. Tucl:er of Glen was in ton
last Friday and appeared lfor the
board of county uom oissi mers fir.i!.-t-ing:
apiii'ist beit'jr axl lor the ri-'h'-i
ll.nl P Tk IntAi. ffa,n
the best of their kind ....
, Prtee of n'W b r.i'H
Srti -.f Su-i'tv by ria! ...
1 usily anJ Eu.iddt ly raall. .
I Address THE IXTr.Il OCn.VX.Chlcaeo.J
..t 00 per ysr
. .51 no prr yesrj
. .10.00 per jffar ?
WE SELL THE
Axercin Hand-Se3cl Shoe Co's
-lkre we come sixain.
This has been a bu-y week in
Court has been in session this week,
Jtide Westover presideing.
Old iiatH-rs for. sale ut tliis office at t-nt part of th
f tr iiiiUcrs (lo7.zcii. I The follow.n.,' cas. K set for
It will not be lotijf uat'l the year
1S97 will I a matter or history.
I Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Nolan
of Warboiuiet preciuct. als.ut da h'ht
ihs.s morning a soti; o far all are doing
' L;.M.t forget to MibstrJie for the
NEW '! IME is coflite. U:.J with the Joi"U
SA ; fi i'h) !(..( J'J"K L d a year's
siio.-sr.pl. ai t. llic NEA' lIM -
! barbs Newman acd his friend,
harles J , mis. m, Itak out citizens papers
M .mlay Th y are aubj cts of Uncle
' harleH Coffee who, with his family
Court New - Cases Disposed of.
District court convened last Monday
noon, with Hon. Judge Westover presid
ing and a fairely goixl sprinkling of at
torneys were in attendance from differ-
this tt rni of court have leen tried aiid
jodireiiients enter.-d on the duckets or
d.su i s, 1! w to .. ts (:l x. l op . c-, r l.nt-
C.,se of Nebraska vs Alois L S'aud
t nnmi'-r d sioiss. d with costs tax-d opto
Case of '!.. r:i-l;a vs 'har!-s Uiss-ll
d- si, u aial costs U,.el up to di'leti
dant. S1V1L I'ASES.
Case of Charles F. t'offee vs Thomas
B Sin (U-r, contimi. d.
t'ase of Ao.elia Nur.st.h vs Charles
Si hilt et al, dismissed.
use ol R S, Van Tas-el s h.irles
hie 10 nit v Ireasurv et. ul, dismisstl
Also, We handle a full line of
are ji"j"unjiiig for the w inter in the lit-,
tie vii aire ol . hadroii, was up attending j B
court last Tuesday. Lst Uixed up to plaint'!,.
. 1. 1 ww n t'ase of Ashurv E Holev.n vs Count R.
C. U. Grove of iX)tlenwooa was a .
, ... . 1, Wadsworth, mandate spreac on record
,.t t , ,.f!i, Toesc av and ori'M-0 i
....... ..1' i....-.'i ,t-.it wi.i..ii ihnd j.idgem.-nt ordvr.d,
TEKM8 OF COUBT:
2Hatrtat Court, Ai Harrison, coiumencef
prtDf term April 13th, Jury Hth,
Jrall " October i5, jnryGtfi.
fntj Court, At Harrison, commence
fl rat Monday of each month.
tW Mntl..Senator, Dist. So. 14, Spring-view
A. E. Stejdon Dlst. No. 53, Chadron
aert Wilson County Jud(re
U. J. Blewett Clerk
kas. Blehie TreKnrer
nr wi n.wl. Cnnt Pn V.l 1 e Tti u frnf t Ion
,j. Bartlett JthwIS , "J of ,he r ,lJr"a l ' "My
X. Phlnney Coroner ! 'itlii-l tan cattle hid- s arid all kind
'jl.r. Thomas Surveyor 1 ()f jn w,(h hair for rot.es, or tfiJhout
U 3. Blewett... Clerk of District Court
;iraut Guthrie County Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
Frank Tinkham .IstDisiriel
M. J. WebercChalrman) 2d
Jiiim F. Toung . . M "
y.. Itouwer fchalrman) Truntee
,J. W. !cott "
D. H. Griswod . "
. W. B. Marsteller . "
r.'. D. Hamlin "
W. II. Davis Clers
lewl Gerlach Treasurer
J. 'W. Scott Director
B. L. Smurk Moderator
Iwis Ierlach Treasurer
CHURCHES AKD SOCIETIES.
-Methodist Sunday School meet every Son
ftay morning at 10:00
J. K. MAR-TKLLtR, . W. II. DtVIS,
KerJr uslnete meeting first Tuesday
Evening In each month.
C. L- MaaiTCLLH,
Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
jit S AX D.j.CLAna, Leader.
Meets each Sunday afternoon at 2:30.
MRU. D. H. GBliWOLD, Sopt.
i ER BY RUSK POST. No. S4. G. A. R.
' Meet second Monday In each month In
1 lie eaurt house at Harrison.
E. B. Lirermore, Cpn-
WOODMEX OF THE WORLD,
llafrtson CliflP, Jo..M, meeU on ach al
fftrnat Wednesday evening.
W. If JATa, 4. A H4KIOW,
or li'.bir. See simple and pri.-es in
J. II. B irtell's store.
H. OlB nrr OKjn.Neh.
Mrs. Williams, daughter of Mr. aod
Mrs. B F Thomas alter a brief bu'
pleasant visit with her parents left for
herw ioti r home the latter part of last
A. E BiiTelow, with this issue Ije-
tomeg a fead.-r of th JouavAC, II tO"V
fcdfantntje of our lubluntt ratea w ji
hhe THRiet-A We e Would, ais-. P N.
ha ajibscr bed for the
we received with tliauk.
Mr. E B.wk r who h.ta bt?en at
Valentine l r the past two months
Working at his trade, rfclurnwl home
last Thursday and will pmtubly stay at
home with his family te rest of tlie
-We tan furnish IheSOX orTt
JctCRS'i. Thkicb a-Week Wokl') abd
the NEW TIME magazine oce year for
$2,35. No other pider in the North
West can furnish so much reading mat
ter f -r so tittle. Try the three one year
and you will never be without them.
Bob Wallace who killed John II
Brown last July and who has len in
carcerated io jail in Fall Itiver county
S ..all Minn if. wis nrn?ted last
week 'bs p'. v l-l" V-'f i'e
fen.--, "t i h r ' ! ' '
be H t-l less. n. OCM In- " lii tiot fo'get
The I t o lie '..flitlO-siO!:. J . '
son Met Han and Jens ' Meng s-nned .
take hold of the county biisiness which
m Miiro-'. d I 'h r ' '.i-i'' . f"p
id,- ,- i-.f r two iM.,,.t ntf!
leiiceiii oc t r (.ii ! 1 w;a'"vr ;Ve 1'C
heve they will make good men
I !- Wrght, son if :ira-nter
Wniihl of this place, r-turned ironi
Ripid 'ity, S. .. last Fnd tv in irnng
u. re he has b en at work foe the rul
p.,u1 eomrvmv dnrinir tlie sunmier. He
JtTnriio'rstiiirtt)in. ..Anumt' Diwii
I U Agent for the world famed M.'.'kORMICk BIND
ERS and MOWERS. I keep on hand all the time a full
line of supplies for these machines.
Last but not Least.
PERKINS WIND MILL
When you are badly in need of the only
sold in Sioux County, call on me.
J. II. KARTELL.
The case of Tinitin vs B St. M R R
Co. , up to time of going to pregs is still
occupying the attention of the court
A. (i Fish, r and A. T. 'lark for the
plaintiff are useing every means in
their oower to win the suit for their
client. On the other liand A. W. Agee,
K. C. K-lby and Grant Guthrie, who
represent the defendants nr just ns
industerouB and determined to win the
case if possible. At thin stage of the
trial it would lie hard to say just how
it will terminate. One thing sure are of.
a lielter set of jur man pre haps.- lit. Ih
Kent we niean-tliaii the one now li-t-ning
to the evidence in tnis case. We l
lievethey will give a fair and impartial
HARNESSES 1 SADDLES
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES, I ALSO HANDLK
Flour and Feed of all kinds
at my harness shop.
Third Building Went of J. II. Kartell's Grocery Store
F.GC F. UT K Oil W K R , Propn.tor.
) 1 1. i z t Ji t n , ; f t:;- a r i n e n
T il it: t'c
E EVENING STAB.
Nature g' v s In trail nuMi ng, With
out i'l l.i 'itllig ' "O te pr-iiLlc. l
Wt.fd Is tit pto.ttn r f nal!!i. il w
then, is it tli.it there i anie to I d.slinc
tiv Iv working class? U w is it that
i. t w i r " ti is . v r w h' r 'I
f i . V ' '- t -... 1 ;
The best of Vines, Brandies, Whiskey '
and Beer kept constantly on hand.
ttlollt Worn, lit:. In 'llili, ' ri 4 Me- bur-
on the Jen ,,f their work upon t li-ir fellows
An Eniilish writer ii:i divided all nu n
into Mir. e classes w orkini.'iien. K-Kars
in d Mm ves and this is correct There
lire oily three way a of getting the pro
ilu t of la'iB.r - by wiirkio' for it by hav
ing M given to you ui.d by stealing it -
! handle the Omaha Beer.
MICHAEL 13 RUCK,
MiHtXH WOODMEJf OT AMERICA.
V rts aeh alternate tetarday 'evenlaf
. til'ataa. A. R. Dr.wl V. V.
Glaus Christensen invaded our sanc
tum Monday evening and authorized us
to st''; 'bsit he pr d cted a great victory
for the reform forces again text fall in
tbfi election of a state ticket. Well we
believe you are riht Clans?
There is a l.i i) our at Mute books,
which prohib ts thu sale of 'ic! to
minors. The penalty is $21,01 for every
offence and thia in not t n y true in re
gard to tohairo but, also the selling of i
D xcnt'Otf liqti e t't minors. If pa
rents want their children to indulge, in
the ho bit of chewing anil smokin. tolwtc
co and drinking intoxicating liquors, let.
th ;m buy it for them.
The following attorneys were in
attendance at court in Harrison this
week from different parts of the coun
try: A. 0. Fisher, Chadron Neb.
K. C. Kelby Omaha
J. E Porter Crawford
A. W. Agee Ogden Utah.
Chambers Keller Hot Springs, S. D.
Word was rceived here yesterday
that the house of Tohomas Holly, (tier-
is undetermined as yet whether he will
go hack to Ripid 'ity 'his winter
or not He will know within a week or
Hon. Jud'e Westover t wk time to
t all at the Journal office Monday eve.
ninii after supper ami spent an hour in
pleasant conversation with ye edstor.
It is a pleasure to meet th Judge, as
his ability to converse upon any subject
is not limited and he is ah(d at all tin es
to impart good sound logic o his hearers
Vmie i fu n JmLe, when in Harrison.
MARRILD At the Court hoiis in
Harrison, I ecember, 7tb. la97, at 10
o'c'ot k. Judt-e W'iis-in offlciatcing. Mr.
B rtieL Holbbaiih. tif lnwes County
and Mrs, Susie Hixod t,f Ad lia.
Tie Jot'BAL ex'ends congratulations
' to the bride and groom, hop.ng tlieir
vo.ge of life t ca I r n.ny he fill, tl t
overflowifig with the j ys and pleasures
The unpleasant new wa brought
to town yesterday affernooo from Indian
creek tlut Mrs. A. Efdman had, through
mistake or otherwise ArnV concentrated
lye aliout 6 o'clock Tuesday evening. At
the tinie her husband was here in town
on business aod knej nothing of the trou
ble until informed by his wife's Uncle,
who came to let him kno about It and al
so took the l oclor out there as she wna
still ul vo-to try if possible U save her
life. The iJocter in company with Mr,
E-dnun started at one for the home of
iff elect of this county, had burned down Mr. Erdinan where unoersUnd tho
with all its contents save the family and
a bureau; Mr, Holly was in attendance at
court since Monday aud knew nothing
of the flpe until told by a party coming
into town from that way. Mr, Holly
thinks the fire was caused by a defective
lady is being in a criticial codition
We hope that tlie Doctor and Mr. Erd-
man find Mrs. E. in batter condition
than at first reported. LATER-As
we go to press we learn from Dr. Phln
ney that Mra. Kruman will probably re
Edited by Mrs. Gen. D. fanon.
f-Uort articles from the ladies of sloux
coutity are solicited.
If ( hristmas day on Monday he,
A great Winter that year y ou'll see,
And full of winds, both loud and shrill:
But, in Hummer,! ruth to tell,
High winds shall there be and strong,
Full of lemie sts lasting long.
While Imtlb-s they shall multiply
Apd gri al plenty of la-asts shall die.
The Ifarost Social Quality.
"Speet h is silver, telence is golden,"
says the proverb; but speech is golden,
too, sometimes, wn,n they say !he right
word in the right place. The Iwing who
is gifted with that exquisite (a-rcetion
called tact who can oisiiKree with us
and tell us of onr faults without wound
ing the most sensitive among us, who
can turn that delicately-worded little
compliment which gives us such pleas
ure when we are feeling discouraged, de
serve 'the highest honor. Scorn tact,
looking i.pon it as nothing but cunning
and intrigue. Thine are lolk who in
form us that they always "spenk their
mmds" which means figuratively they
treud on their neighbor toes right and
left, and then make things worse by
apologizing to the poor victims, Tlwty
never appear to ae the harm of their
ways. Truly, preserve us from tlie tact
less woman! And this female would be
greatly surprised to hear that her strait
forwardness was nothing better than self
Ishenesa. For tact can be acquired, and
the happy prosseaaor is no artful
chtmer, but one with a charming par
aonalttr, who wtabea to btlp Ihoaf
ft b lmeoMn;Ie to promUe fjrtkular feahiro that will tftt in t"ie
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