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THE SIOUX COUNTY
Thursday, Feb. 3rd, 19S.
ieo. D. Canon, Editor ami Prop.
F. K. t M. V E. rt. lime table
Going Went. Golnif East.
No. 5, iniie'l, .U :20 No. 6, tilled 8:00
1 JL V. R. is tiis best
to ami from the
1EA0WMI AMI HOT fcriilSUS.
Prompt attention given to all legp.i
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United States
Fire Insurance written in reliable
CITLegal papers carefully drawn.
HaKKISOS, - NEW1ASKA.
J. E. I'HIXNEY. JL I).
I'hjLsi-Ua ami Surgeon.
Ali calls given prompt uucuion.
Offloeiu Vra Store.
-HARtUSON - StfcKASKA.
A map of the
" A V.lil ,nl iw-n bj li.t;
rurilni;l4n Umitt iw Urn,' feet
wiilf by (ir long; ! rint,'l
in xevjn -olir-t; i,-, niiml-ii on
rolh-rn; xhfiwit evvry t lit u,
vomit v, Important town itii'i
jniilroml 'In l!w: ruion, und
SiorniH a vnry ilirubio mill
nwfl S'ijunit to any t'ne
ParcliMlHil In larKi' huhuU
tie, t map cot UnrlitiKton
Euute niorp than fifteen ci'Ufci
rneh, but mi receipt f that
amount In slumps the uii'li r
signti! will lie plesscl to wml
Write Immediately, Mi the
supply in UmtW-d.
iancib, rteD'l Fa Aifi-nt, Ofliiiha, "eb.
A. T. CLARK,
Gflioe: iu tin Hicbetmn lttiiit i.ii?,
HARRISON, - - - NEB
Dcalt-r inllil( & Furs.
I pay the ki?tiil market prlcf.
COME TO TIIE
JOB WORK I Stationary.
Wlao A. HolcomU Coventor
, James K. Jlnrri U"nti-nnt l.ovi-rnoi
V. F. l'orlr - SiHrctiiiy of ftato
.John r. I'orm-ll - Vinlnor
.J. K. MesKrvf- Tri x-nrpr
,;. J. Smyth Attoriu y ii,u'ial
J. V. Wolfe IjuiiI tiflimii.-iiif
'w. B. JackHoii MipL Public iMMtrurllrtit
(XT.ItESSIONAL DEI.KGATION :
Jolin M. Thurston. I". 8. Senator, Omaha
Wm. V, Allon. l:. 8. Senator, Mudlmi
I. B. Mrode, ( ongiHxmau Irt Oint., I.lru-ola
J. H. lli'rc-r,
). 1. Sutherland,
W. I.. ireen,
, jmiUIAKf: e
yJ. J. SiUvan- hief JuiUt-o, C-oln tubus
r. O. '. lIniTion ..As'te Jnl, Orand Island
T. L. Norval AMKK'luttt Jildg", Swarl
). A. (.iiniiiU-llCicrlc and Kdiwrter, Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JCWfJAL DISTRICT:
-ill. T. Kinkaid -4dK, 0.S-111
AV. il. Weiitovcr
M. J. Blewutt
XOTICiS TO SKTTLEKS.
The rules of the local land cdlice have
recenllv leen ttmendtid w that settlors
to make fiiuil proof ball wttlo with tlie
otitilislier be I ore si'nc.in in ineir nptiuca
tion. Ail parties desiring to n.uke linal
iiroo! can tiuve Hiejr tiaiwrs tiKKie out ai
I UK Joi KKAt, olhce, free of ciinrire. ana
promptly iransniitieu to me una oiuce
.o that no tinie will te lost.
I.5.U VeeklyTmterOcean LpiJ
LARGEST CIRCDLiTIOI OP AIT POLITICAL PAPER II THE WESTS
It is radically Republican, advocating
S the cardinal doctrines of that party
e with ability and e4ltstnaWMJ.,
v.3ut ii can always be ftlicd on
for fair and hontst reports of all po-
litical movements J JJJ J J J J
THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN suKKkiaa
THE NCW3 AND BEST CURRENT LITERATURIE
It Is Morally Clcaa aad cs a Family Paper 1$ Without a Peer.
Tbe Lltsrature of Us columns Is
equal to that of the best maga
zines, his intcreftlng to thecbll
dren as well as the parents.
HE INTER OCEAN fa a K5
ERd while it bnngi to tne tamuy uui 1 , , ,
THP WP.RI.n And Pives its readers the best and ablest
drscussions of all questions oi tht day, it U in full sympa'hy
with the idejs and aspirations of Western people and
discusses literature aad politics from the Western standpoint. J
Si.CS-PHISE ONEJDQLURPER YEAB 51.00
TTP 9AILT ArTraEATmOWS OF THE
IKTZa OCIAH AKE BEST OF THEIE KUD.
Prlcf of Tailr bT mall Pr nT
FrWof Sund.y by mail lr T1""
i,..ii. .i K.t.iH.v k m.Il M.OO per rar
.llistrict Court, At llarnwon, eoiuiuencps
prinKU'rm April 13th, jury 14th,
Va.ll " OetolieriB, Jnry th.
j.nntv :ourt. At Harrison, commences
first Monday of each month.
fW Mut7.-i !uiUr, litii. No. 11, Springview
A. E. Shel'lgn Ilt. So. 5S, ( 'had ron
fiotrt Wilson County Jiulsfe
,M. J. lilewf'U ( lrk
!!. ISinJile TmurarH
J'.lle err!aui ...Supt. l'ubIlclritriictloti
Thos Holly Hlieriff
jj. E. I'himwy Coroner
15. F. Thorna Surveyor
M. J. Blewett Clerk of Dint ric.t tXmrt
f.i&nt luthrt - County AtUrncy
JIOAKU Or COMMISSIOXEIW:'
Jens C. Slenar I1 Dwirict
Andrew l'rociiiilrr..... Id "
Jackmn MeiUeiHCliainuan) 3d '
ViLEAOtt OFFICE ES:
K. F. Fontlna (cbatroian Trustee
,Jolii Iavis f "
I). II. tirlxwod "
AV. U. MarsteUtsr "
W. II. DavtH '. Clerk
Lewl Gerlac-ii Treasurer
irggnrt Kohwfcr 1 rector
ft. L. Stnnck Morli rntor
wis CerlacU Tretumrer
(TitJKCHES AMI MXTETIF.S.
Mcthodidt Sunday Ccluxjl meets every Sun
lay inorrilUB ftt 10:110
W. If. IAVI, M!B KTC1.I., '
EFWOUTIl I.EAGI K.
Itejfiilar hnsincBM tninding first Tuesday
fveninir In each mouth.
DevotUmal tneetin every fnnday evening
at 8:4j. K"- KbMjaLL, xwkt.
Jl'XOK I.KAOI K.
Meats t-neb Pundav af Urnoon at 2 :M.
WKH, UaKPALL., Mnpt.
IFlt HT RI.'SK KOHT, So. !Mo, C. A. U.
Meeta aeeond Monday In each month la,
" - afte cMCt iMusa at lIarrlon.
' , K. K. Llvertncrc, Com.
WOOIMF OF THB WOBLP.
MjirrlKW Camp,' Mo. M, meeU on e W
Mniate Wednesday tiTimlng.
, , .W.il. parii,' . . J. A.lUoir,
-i','. "'y-'' ciorK. " -' Con. Com.
,;J :,rtM votmui or anwca.
" ' 'i.Mk aUtnaM rU7 !
-The Cincimiati Weekly
Inquirer and Hiov.x County
Jof Rjf al for 1.55 i"r year.
r?" We are able to offer
the Journal, the Thrice-a-Week-Worhl
and tbe World
Almanac, all for 1.05. Now
irt the time to Fiilwribe for
rr FOR SALE-Kifrthy-three
head of heifer calves
three and one half miles,
north of tov;n; at the Hester
( I. W. 1 1 ESTER.
A high prade bicycle
given away free at Bartell's
arid this U the, way we do
it, with each cash purchase of
1,00 we will give a ticket
that will intitle the holder
to drawinp on a wheel.
Call at the ptore for parti
culars. J. II. Bartkll's.
tr There will be a grand
ball eriven at Andrew's hall
.Valentino's evening, Feb. 14.
The best of music will be
furnished and a good time is
guarented. Every txxiy is
invited to attend. Supper
will U; nerved at the Hall.
II. D 1.(1 ERIN' S.
fiuperintendent Merriam commenced
visiting schools on last Tuesday
This ha lieen a busy week in Harris
on, at least Judire Wilson has thought
Mr. Eli 8mith of Codarc,. was
pleasant visitor at the Hub on last Tues
Mr. Kendall of Custer City S. Dak
hiui been visiting at the JL E. parsonage
Mr. Robt., Neececame up from the
ranch last Saturday to spend a few day's
with tier daughters.
'otlr Anybody wihliing to buy met
tal wheels will do well to rail on
dress Oban, Schilt Harrison Neb,
The Riorj County Joints AL and the
Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean f 1.35 per
year lust think.
The Sioc Cousty Jochsal clubs
with any pacer in the United Hlates,
Now is the time to subscribe.
A larsre attendance and a nleawin
time wa spent hy all who attended tbe
SQginl on lastrrniay eveniog.
About fifteen of Olen'a reaideoU were
in our fair city on last Tuesday, all were
w linemen in We Uiinoore murder c
Wverriff Holly who lias been in the
neighborhood of (ilen. during the paat
few day's on ottlcial ihmmoom, returned
to Harrison Monday noon;
1 Another Itgal light fcrrired in town
early laM Monday morning t the. horn
of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Clark an Broad at
This ooe ii an noder-study of A Ta, and
Alrin aV'attM "flrsa word'a he utUrad
MAURIED-On last Thursday juslj
as we went to press, at the Harrison
house Mr. William Hixson ard Miss Liz
zie Witt. Judge Wilson tied the nuptial
knot The Jociinal extends its congrat
ulations to the newly married couple.
Old paers for sale at this ollice, 5c
per bakers dozen.
Now is the tima to subscribe for
tbe Joi'KNAL only 1,00 peryaar.
"EJ Swartz was in town Monday and
Tuesday of this week on a cattle deal.
IL 11. Russell of Andrews was doing
business at the county seat last Tuesdy.
-Tltomas Dunn of Warbonnet precinct
was visitor at the county seat on last
The Hawiian annexation problem is
not likely to be settled at this session of
Henry Will drove Clias Biehle's cat
tle home from J. C. L. Ragland's last
lion. Jiida Crites of (liailron Rpent
Monday of this week in Harrison, on la-
Mrs. Eggert Rohwer entertained her
sister Mrs. Chris. Christiansen of An
drew's on last Monday,
With this issue of the Jolusal John
Kay of Warboonet will write his name
among its Imt of subscri!)ers.
'otl I tun cattle bides and all kind
of skins with hair for robes, or without
or Usither. See sample and prices in
IL Kartell's store.
IL Ocbiucht. Glen, Neb.
Mrs. Chas. Diehle has been quite il
dunnar the r,ast few day's but at this
writiaar is some better, though far from
fiheriff Holly went to Glen on last
Monday evening to serve another sub-
vona, in tbe G'ilmore shootrnc affair.
icU made liltecn witni-ssn-e in
Have you seen that colmubian
bicycle at Bartells? He is going to give
it away to the lucky bolder of a ticket
abtained by buying good at his
Rev. Tather Muenich celebrated 2nd
mass at Harrison on last Saturday, after
which he delivered a very practical serm
on, subject: oe me anu ueaui ot tne
hyjxcrite, and also that of a christian.
John Kay expects within a few days
i. ..-..,:. .1 U ...;il
iO cornoienue vacciuimnj; cavi-iu nu
begin do n in the neighborhood of Bell.
Mr. Kay uses two kinds, the government
and the Pastuer, the latter he used in
300 bead last year so far not one of them
Mr. J. Stimson of Glen who was In
attendance at the Gil more trial Tuesday
and Wednesday of this week called at
this office and subscribed for the JoriiN-
AL. We are always glad to have callers,
so come again when in town friend Stirn-son.
Have you subscribed for The New
Time it has twooma tbe grandest weapon
ever placed in the hauls of the people.
You should not be without it. Ve oiler
a clubbing rate of $1.65 for The fiiocx
CoCNTT JouBSAL and The New Time, or
will forward your subscription of $1,00
for Tbe New Time.
As the editor of the JofUVAL is like
all other poor men in need of fund's; be
would deem it a favor if all who know
themselves to be in arrears to this institu
tion, would call at their earliest conven
ence and do the square thing by the
printer, this is our first time to ask for
subscription funds in Sioux County.
County clerk, Blewett's family took
a trip into the valley last Saturday fora
few day's visit with his father-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. B. concluded it would bene
fit the little ones to get away fora
while after being tick so long. In tbe
mean-time Mika can try single bleased
ness for tbe time being, which will bring
vividly to his remembrance the past.
Blake Mahar, brother of Col. J. O.
Mariar. Court report; for Judg Wastov-
r, has been an ployed to take tha evi
dnce in the preliminary trial of Irving
Ofltnorefor tha shooting of Franklin
Miler on Hie night of Jan. 20th at Qiao.
Mr. Mahar was court reporter for Hoe.
J. J. Sullivan, who (a now ooe of our ao-
JadMe. Mr. Babe, 1U Ht
Oil YES! Oil YES!
Here We Are Again. Just received over
500 pairs of shoes of the latest styles.
The above is an addition to our already large , nu
complete stock of boots and riioen now on IianfX
We have the largest assortment ever uuw" "i
Vnrth.West, Nebraska, and as to prices we DM l
Competion and are sure to swit all who come
rionR STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHAM Diolu
I I w . . - r rii 1 1 I,'
IS STILL THE LAIvtiEST Ai
J JEST IN HARRISON. CALL
SND SEE US AND SAVE
J. Stimson, J. T. Mason, William Mil-
. , - t' ... I Tl I 1
er, Lewis iirunuigc, rreu Biuiuuiirs,
Rev. Barr, Ishom Mcintosh, Abram Mc
intosh, L. W. Frye, U. E. Kalstrom,
Emery Gilmore, M. J Weber.
Have vou noticed the beautiful
A special term of court for Feb. 15th
has been ordered by Judge Westover.
June Smith who has been teach
ing the Andrews school for the past two
months has resigned.
Commencing with this issue J. T.
Mason of Glen will read the Journal for
Among those, who were in attend
ance at the preliminary trial of Irving
Gilmore from Glen were:
-Mrs. William Huff of Running
Water who has been seriously ill Tor
some week's is slowly regaining her
While tlie crowd was not as large as
was anticipated at the court house on
last Friday evening, yet all who atten
ded enjoyed themselves.
Mr. John Bourette of Running
Water went east to Chadron on last Sat
urday evening to be gone about a week,
on spiritual business bent.
Last Tuesday marriage license were
taken out in Judge Wiison's office by a
couple from Montrose, who will doubt
less have been united in holy wed-lock
by tha time this local reaches the readers
rT Frank Moravek, who is a fireman
on the B. & M. Railroad btweeu Edge-
mont and Deadwood, S. I)., and who has
been home on a visit for a couple of
weeks, returned to his labors last Hatur
day evening. Frank expects by this
time next year to las made a full fledged
- )':U!:t F! .iwan'i -. ivlmw i.finie i at
Ft Wayne, ii,d., ami wti' is voting for
a month or six weeks at Crawford, with
Father Muncich, accompanied him to
Harrison, last Saturday and assisted in
holding mass, after which tbe two rever
ends went to Montrose to hold services.
Father Plumanns is quite juvinile in
appearance; he being but 33 years of
age. He is a member of the Clevland,
THE EVENING STAR.
The best of Wines, Brandies, Whiskey
and Beer kept constantly on hand.
I handle the Omaha Beer.
HARNESSES 1 SADOLES
ROCK BOTTOM PRICES, I ALSO HANDLE
Flour and Feed of all kinds
at my harness shop.
Third Building West of J. JL BartoH's Grocery Store.
EGGERT ROHWER, Proprietor.
Gillmore Held for Trial
HIS BAIL PLACED AT $2,000
nratterOat. Kahftr, te ft patleaenp, is
. The Prrlliniaary Hcarlns".
'(The case of Irving Gilmore held by
the state for the felonously or otherwise
as the case may be-for tlie shooting of
Franklin Miler of Glen the evening of
Jan 20th, is probably one of the most ex
citing cases ever tried before his honor
Judge Wilson and perhaps in the history
of Sioux County. The case opened for
trial Tuesday, at two o'clock, with A. u.
Fislier of Chadron and A. T. Clark of this
place as counsel for the defendant, and
County attorney Grant Outherie repre-
sntinir the state. From the moment
Court Convened to the close of the trial
the Court room has been crowded with
interested spectators, anxious to hear
tlie testimony and learn the final out
come of the the trial.
lMrs. Gillmore wife of the defendant
shows a commendable spirit and true de
votion as a wife to her husband in this
his hour of (rial that be is now paaaing
through. Mrs. Gillmore is almost
prostrated over the serious trouble which
has overtaken her and husband so soon
in their married life, and all parties con
cerned have the sincere sympathy of
their neighbor! and friends alike.
Tbe preliminary bearing was conclud
ed last evening about 4 o'clock, tha
Judge holding Mr. Oillraore to appear
t tlie next term of court in the sum of
$3,000. Mr. Gillmore at once furnished
the required bail and he and ma wife de
parted for their home on tha evening
usssonirarPntrli- opinion wm divided
ae to Use ontoome of the Uial, also aa U
the nilty or innocence of Mr. Gillmore,
whatever that may be the Joowat re-
Ma from earing anything that wnjd
D. H. GB1SWOLD, Cashier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50000.
Transacts a General Banking Business,
American Exchange National Bant, New York,
Omaha National Bask, Omaha,
Fibst National Bank, Chadron.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
OrD RAFTS SOLD ON ALL PAHT8 07 EUROPE.
- .2S a
We pay the irciuc
Kimball o '
la Nebraska an J Kcnfeni Iowa.
You Oat f!05 Orcan tor $015.
YOU PAY FOR IT
WITH A FIVE DOLLAR
!own an 15.00 por month,
mil Oaeraatecd tut 8 rr.
Now write tie for Description and Catalogue. We will tall
bout it, We bave been telling our friends about this now 23 yean.
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