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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1898)
THE SIOUX COUNTY
Txrmat. Fab. 10th, IMS.
Geo. D. Can, Editor and Prop.
F. E. a M. V R. it liaw table.
Going Wast- lining EJuit.
Ho. I, nilxaa. 11 40 1 So. C, olil, J 0
r, E. M. V, B. B, it the best
to and from the
PEADWOOD AND HOT SPBlBi.
A map of the
Bur ling toa ilMtc U three feet
wilt hf four long; U prtniod
la Haven colors; la mounted on
rolbm; atuws vry nuta,
nouatr. Important town and
VuUaoua In UM Union, u4
orins a vary aesirable autl
ksat'l adjunat to any hoaae-
UutW or bastnaa establut), meat.
Purchased In larga quality
irt. the mnpa coat BurllngUiU
Bouta mora tban fifteen uauta
eaca, but on receipt of tun
amount to atarope tue undar
igpad will be plaaaad to aeua"
Write Immediately, as tb
apply t limited.
J. FSAKCIS, Gen') Puui'r Agent, Omnia., Sab.
fMlas A. Holcomb ,.Governor
Janet E. Ilarrii , Lien tenant Governoi
W. r. orlr... Sacretitry of State
Jobs F. Cornell Auditor
J. B. Meeerve . , Treasurer
C. J. Smyth Attorney Oenera
J. v. Wolfe , ,.-,Lnd Coiuniiaeionei
W. K. Jackon-Supt. Public lua tract luu
C0IGBE8SIOBAL Pf LEGATION:
John M. Tburston U- S. eanaUir, Onjaiia
mm. V. Allan..,. 8. Senator, Madison
J. B. Strode, Congraaainan let Diet-, Lincoln
P, H. Mercer, " IA - Omaha
Pamael Maswall, " 3rd Fremont
W.L. Start, 4tb Aurora
B. D. Sutherland, Hh " Kelson
W. L. Green. 6th " Kearney
J. J, Mil van., ,"hlf Justice. Columbus
T. 0. C. UarrlaoQ -.Aj'te Judge, Grand lalaud
T. L, Horrul ..Associate Judge, Seward
p. A. OampbaUClerk and Jtoporter, Lincoln
FIJTKKVTH JUDICIAL DISTB1CT!
P. KiaJUld ... , Judge, OKelll
W, II. Wesiover.. ,.-, " Buibvtilc
JA. J. BJewett.,,,-,,.-, Clerk, Hvriaun
TEBMS OP COURT:
District Court, At Harrison, eommeneet
ffprtng term April Ittb, Jury ltth,
Tall " October IS, jury fBtb.
County Coort,-At Hamaon, twin men rea
0rat alODdar of each moutb,
Otto Matxrraator, Mat. Mo. 14, SpriagTlaw
A- SJwldou. -Mat, So, It, Cbadrou
Robert Wilton , .County JuAgt
It . J. BlawaU--. .X1rk
Chaa. Bteale r.
Klitie MerrUaa. .-aat. PubUe Instroetion
Tnoa Roily , . ....8bartfl'
J. B, Phlanaf'. -.,. .. .. ...CoroneT
B. P. Tbontaa,,. Jurreyoi
M. J, BJwattr,.lart af MatvUt Court
Cirant Gatbrla.. ,.-,,.,jOoonty Attoruay
BOAItD OP OOMMUSlOSCBSl
Jens C. Menf. , tat BUirlet
Jackson Meltlen(Chairtriaa) 3d M
E. F. Pontlui (ekalnaaa)
D. H. OrUwod
W- M, Dsala
S(rt Bokwar r.-...,.
CHCBCUKB AMD SOCIETIES,
f etbodiat SwiuMf Settoo) hhwU every Bun
ay wornthg at Mae
w, n, Pavis, Miss b steu,.
Regular bnlaeas roeettaf Brat Tuesday
teniae In each saoath.
Pswotkmat bmUs every He "day evening
a ( 14. Mas, KsiPAkt, LMMtor.
Meets essb Baaaav efleynooa a t M,
Mas. K SD4I.L., ftast.
JCBKT Bl'HB POST. Mo. 0, A, B.
Meets essead Mewday In aaeb momUt la
the esajft Iswast at Merriapa,
B. X. Ursnaors, Cam,
WOODMCI or THE WOBLp.
arrlena Osaa, Xa.se, sssats oa sMk i
I V0QMM1I Of AMXB1CA,
sjsaaMeg faMega eveeJae;
Prompt attention given to all Ugal
natters in Justuat, County and District
Courts, and before tlie United State
Fire Insurance written in reliable
tJTLegal paper carefully drawn.
Uabbbok, - N
J. E. PHLXNEY. M. D.
Parlscfaa aad Sarffoa,
411 colli given proutpt atteulioa.
Office in Drugstore.
-HARBISON - KBBBA8KA.
A. T. CLARK,
Offlce: In tka Itteueteia ilaUdl.tg,
Dealer in Hide & Fur?.
?g l pa te hlreoat market arie.
COME TO THE
JOB WORK i Stationary.
SOTICE TO SETTLERS.
The rules of the local land office have
recently been amended so that settlers
co make nnal proof shall settle witn the
publisher before sending in their applica
tion. All parties desiring to make nnal
proof can have their papers made out at
1HK Jocr.nal onice, free of tiiaree, and
promptly transmitted to the land office
so that no time will be lost.
-Novelty drew patterns at
Babtell's, just arrived.
-The Cincinnati Weekly
Inquirer and Siocx County
Journal for 11.55 per year.
IW We are able to offer
the Journal, the Thrice-a-
Week-World and the World
Almanac, all for $1.95. Now
is the time to subscribe for
would confer a great favor
on the Journal by calling or
sending their arream at their
-There will a grand ball
at Andrew's hall on the night
of Feb. 22nd a cordial invita
tion is extended to all, and a
good time is promised.
J. L. Fitzsixmens.
EST A high grade bicycle
given away free at Bartell's
and this is the way we do
it, with each cash purchase of
$1,00 we will give a ticket
that will intitle the holder
to drawing on a wheeL
Call at the store for parti
J. H. Babtell's.
fStT" There will be a grand
ball given at Andrew's hal
Valentine's evening, Feb. 14.
The beet of music will be
furnlihed and a good time i
guaranteed. Every body is
invited to attend. Supper
will be served at the Hall,
All parties knowing them
selves indebted to the firm o:
Heeler at son, eitner by ac
count or note, past due are
requested to come and settle
at once. O. W. Hester,
successor to Hester & So.
A slight fall of aaow yesterday.
Wattes Anybody wrshios; to bay met-
11 wheals will do wall to call oa or ao-
dfaes Chas, SchiH Harriaoa Nab.
Orant Outhna wil leave for
Waabiagtoa, a C, ibmi Uts Btiddla
of tola Btoatb whera ta caas to visit
-n.A,Praddyaadfmily will aove
rata tow aaoat ia Drst at auron,
Aagxat Bsawlsaist prophsiai apriof
la San. HaykaK kbatws oaatell
batUr lis waak tnm sow,
Next Monday will be Valentines day.
Old papers for sale at this office, 5c
per bakers dozen.
Now is the time to subscribe for
the Jockkal only $1,00 per year.
Rev. Kendall, was at Crawford Tues
day night, returning home the next
The Rtocx County jocbsal and the
Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean $1.13 per
mu- just Ui ink.
Antos Moravek and son, Henry went
to Chadroo on business aod are expected
to return today.
A, B tab I, has added bis aaeue to the
st of Jot'RSAL readers, aod so Ute good
work goes on daily.
. ILCoolt, of Riwning Watar re
turned frota Sioux City a-esteraay where
he has beeo oa business.
Thos. Bingay, of this village, and
Jack RaWn from Rawhide ereot to Craw
ford on business Tuesday eeeaing.
Dr, Phinney lost another cow Tues
day as a result of the eating ot paint
which caused the death of the other four
Capt, W. IL Corbin, who lives near
the south line of tiiis county, is iu town
attending to some business matters
Of course we look for six week's
more winter, as the "ground-hog dis
covered his shadow last Wednesday
Which we failed to mention.
Rev. E. E. Tar bill, of Cheyenne,
Wyo., SupL, Metbodist missions of that
stats passed through here on hit way
home from the east yesterday.
Oeorge Davis living at the head of
Indian creek came into town yesterday
to do some trading and stayed over
night, returning home today.
'oUee I tan cattle bides and all kind
of skins with hair for robes, or witliout
or leather. See sample and prices in
J. H. Bartell's store.
It Oijuucht. Glen, Neb.
June Smith is making wax-ends and
assisting E. Rhowerin the harness shop
this week. June is thinking some of
buying the shop, so says dame rumor
II. A. Freddy, John U. Bartell, Com
missoner Mettlen and Alex Lowery, have
made application, for membership aod
will be taken into the SL W. W. at their
next lodge meeting.
The meetings which have been in
progress for the pat Ave week's, under
the direction of the pastor J. L. Kendall
were closed Sunday evening. As a re
sult, twenty-nine have been added to the
church. All have been wonderfully
Hark! Oh yes, now comes o'er the dis
tant prairies, the faint sound of wedding
bells, from the direction of Cottonwood.
Aod now for a piece of advice from the
Jovrkal scribe, if the boys go to char-
vari you, be careful that your gun is not
loaded. Ask the boys in. -
Among the pleasant callers who
dropped la for a moment this week, our
friend. J. A. Hanson greeted us as pleas
antly as any, by dropping a 50a dollar
on our desk to pay for another -Tear's
subscription to the Jotrsal, many
Utanks kiud fheud. call airuii when in
Mrs. Chris. Christeosen of Andrews,
sister of Mrs. E. Rob war, of this city,
went west to Lusk on yesterday's pas
senger; called by sickness in the family
of her brother-in-law Mr. Ward. Mr.
Rohwer informed a reporter on this
paper that the children of Mr. Ward are
quite sick of pneumonia.
Rev. J. W. Kendall, Brother of our
pastor who was expected to preach here
last sabbath morning was called to Craw
ford Saturday eveoing. Meeting was
called early for Saturday eveoing aod he
preached a splendid sermon: after which
tbe Epworth League accompanied him
to the train and bode him Ood speed.
We noticed a little boy taking hi
little girl home from church one night
this week aod when be had reached the
vicinity of main street a lot of other
little boys who had congregated togeth
er on the street began to scream and yell
like a lot of wild animals. Shame oo
yous boys', be manly aod gentleroamly.
Word reached Harrison, last week
that the Chadron Recorder had iu doors
olosad by the Sheriff of Dawes county
but as usual the Recorder comes along
just the same and under tbe same man
agement. Wa notioe, however, that the
Recorder, after a severe stroke of Mc
Kioley prosperity, comes out flat-footed
and mora out-spoken for the reform forc
es thao it baa done at any time under
its preant proprietors.
All interested in tbe noble work of
building a catholic chapel la Harrison
will please tend their name and the
amount thsy are willing to donate for
that purpose either to this office or to
Bar. Father Muoeich at Crawford, and
Ood willing in a few short months too
spira of a Catholic edifice will waft
iU tower heaven ward. The widow's
mite will will be moat acceptable.
It looks somewhat silly to us to see
tittle girls ten or twelve jraara old beiog
gallanted home from Church or League,
by boys but little older. Then again,
wa wonder if the parents of these little
boys aod girls do dually approve of
socb conduct. Wot think of it, boys
and girls just able to talk plain ; boys
should be wearing knee pants aod the
girls yet wearing abort dresses, flattar
give Mora aMaotioa la obtaining aa ad
ucatioa aad learn asore of the ways of
the world. What wa say In a spirit of
gladness and bops It will bt takas M the
Special term of court will convene
Leon J. S. Tucker, of Glea, will read
0m JtX BNAL in the future.
Roy Wright and Roy Maiae are now
editors of the Prett
Our Uocle Samuel is having a new
floor put in tlie post office building.
Geo Scott of Ft. Robinson, with this
issue will become a reader of the Joca-
Linn Ellis of Warhonnet was a visi
tor at tbe county seat, on last Tues
day. Anton Moravek has rent-d the Lin.
deinaa building and will move hie
family into it soon as his lease expires at
Our local pen-pusher in giving an
account of himself during this week,
describes local gleanings as very pre
Sheriff Dolly spent Wednesday and
Thursday of this week, at Ft. Robin-
sua, in the discbarge of his official du
ties. Have you noticed that new lamp at
Mars teller Bros., store? Step in there
some night when it is burning, and see
what a brilliant light it gives.
We are pleased to be able to an
nounce that the mother ot Mrs. J. H.
Bartell, who has beeo quite ill for some
time, is now able to be up aod around.
The busiest man in town this week
at least one of tbe busy men in our midst
this week and v are glad to notice it
too is our fnend James Wright. Success
R. G. Montgomery, the B & M claim
agent was in Harrison filing supercedas
papers with the clerk ot tbe courts of
this county in the case of Tinoin vs
B. & M. Railroad.
We found out what took Jo Varley
to Andrews last Sunday. You see he
has a girl down there. We promised to
give them a quarter of a column write
up, but spase forbids this time.
Among those who were up from
Andrews last evening to attend Wood
man of the World meeting we notioed
Frank Clandfelt, Ed SwarU, Chris Chris-
tensen, W. H. Davis and Thomas
Rev Father Muenicb will unite in
Marriage Mr. Daniel Jordon and Miss
Barbara Wasserburger in the Church of
the Immaculate Conception at Montrose
Nebr on Monday Febr. 14 at 9:80
MARRIED .At the court-house to-day
Mr. Thos. B. Kirby of Chambria, Wyo..
and Miss. Julian P. Stephens of tbe same
place Judge Wilson officiating. The
groom is 29 years old and his bride 19.
Chas. Biehle and M. J. Blewett acted as
Tlie Journal scribe who happeosd to
be present takes this way to offer con
gratulation and hope many years of
connubial bliss may be their portion
County treasurer Biehle, who went
to Lincoln a couple of weeks ago on off!
eial business, and then went on to Peoria
II l. - nn a visit, returned home Tues
day; he reports a good time while away
and, Meiuinly was glad to get buck to
the old stamping ground.
Have you subscribed for The New
Time it has become tlie grandest weapon
ever placed in the hands of the pnle.
You should not b) without iU Wr o Ter
a clubbing rate of $1.65 for The buX'X
Cocirrr Journal aod The New Time, or
will forward your subscription of $1,00
for The New Time.
Have you noticed the happy smile oo
county Treasurers Biehle' s countenance?
Well would you know the reason?. He
told a reporter on this paper (aod Charlie
never speak's without saying sometl 1 lg)
that ft was all because be is back among
tbe "boys." True, too true friend Biehle,
there's oo place like home.
Tbe family of Mr. Francis liad a nar
row escape from poisoning one evening
this week, caused by eatiog canned oy
sters at their supper. The entire family
were more or lass sick from eating of
the poisoned shell-fish, aod hence Dr.,
Pbinnie's assistance was deemed nes
i in sis ry after which they all soon began
to improve, aod we ar j pleased to be able
to stats that all are now out of danger
Dr. Pbinoey had misfortune to loose
four head of cattle, two cows and two
calves, Tuesday of this week, caused by
their eating paint which Dr. usually
keeps in a work-shop situs ted in the
rear of hia borne, the door of the shop
being accidentally left open, the cattle
want in and helosd themselves. Five
head partook of tbe dainty dish, but only
four head died as the rssult of the feast.
Dr. Phianey places the lost at $100.
In a circular latter from Hon, J. V,
Wolfe be informs as there are 756,000
of school lands for
following oamed counties:
Blaia. Antelopa. Box Bute.
Boyd. Brown. Grant
Cbase. Cherry. Deuel.
Cbeyenoa. Dawes. Kill Is.
Dandy. Garfield Logan.
Oreelv. Hayaa. Loup.
Holt, Hooker. Sioux.
Kayo Paba.Kia.balL Thomas.
Perk las. Rock. SoooUBIuiT
Shertoaa. McPhersoo. Wheeler.
Part either io Nebraska or In the
aaatdMriog to laaaa aay of those school
laaas la the abovs oouaUeo can get a IM
of tbase laoda by writing to Hoc. J. V.
Wolfe, oosamlasioner of Public lAodsand
BulkBogs at LtRcoIa, Vtb,
juui 1 1 1
aa aaa a
mere we m Again,
500 pairs of snoes
The above is an addition
complete stock of boots
i w hnv th larovflt anHortment ever snown iw
li .XXIvai VohrfmL-o
Competion and are sure
TOUR STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
IS STILL THE LAlUilfiBT AU inn
BEST IN HARRISON. CALL
SND SEE US AND SAVK
i 1 1 1 1 1 1
IOm Veekly Inter Ocean
L1SGEST CIRCDL1TI0I OF AIT
It is radically fepebUcan, Advocating JMBtd k can alwayt bt aW OB
tbt cardinal doctrine of thai party far fair and baaajt rraerb) af aB fa
wn ability and wiwroaawMJM tttkal tammff
J TMI WEKKLV INTU OOfAM Wrftltt ALL -r
It la Morally Ckaa and at a
eouml to tkmt ot
dna mm well mt tht pmnatt.. ......
THE INTER OCEAN is a WESTHRNJSPAPBL
and while it bringi to the (amity THE NEWS Or
THE WORLD and rivet its readers the best and abitst
diicusiioni of all questions of tbe day, it it in fuO tfrntfrntn
doc unci literature and politici
S1.00-FXICE OXE DCILU fU YEJU W3
Twi dart ai mniAT rprrmi ottox
laiaa imai au
S n Daily and Sunday by matt..
Mud! mud:' mud!!!
Superintendent Merriam sfient a day
or two at the valley this week.
Mr. DeGraf one of our Sioux county
teachers was in our midst last Saturday
W. II Davis editor of the Nnrth
Western Prtu has engaged to teach
the Andrew's school. He commenced
last Monday morning.
V are sorry to hear that Mrs. J. L.
Kay has hen quite indisposed during the
past several days but at the this writing
is on the road to recovery.
H. A- Babeock fnrmrly of Sioox
bounty hut now if BufTulo Wvr... in n
letter to un old friend sends, his regards
to all the Sioux County friends.
Chris Christensen, section foreman
from Andrew's was assisting W. B.
Wright of this section clearing tbe snow
out of tbe cut east of town last Satui-
By the way machinery, wood and
other stuff was piled around at different
ooints in town, one would think last
Sunday night was Hallowene eve.
Mrs. M. J. Blewett aod the children
returned from the valley on lost Satur
day where they spent a week with Grand
pa and Grandma Lindeman. The bahirs
seemed to derive a great deal of benefit
from tlie trip.
Some active catholics arn agitating
tbe erection of a chapel here 1 1 the e y
near future. Already between three and
four hundred dollars are assured. Those
who are prime movers in Ute noble work
ish to hide their light behind a
Mr. Thomas Davenport of Glen, was
in Harrison last Friday on business and
while here took the liberty of invading
our saoctun and visited for an hour or o
Mr. Daveoport is an old resident of Gree
ley. Colo., aod he intends soma day to re
turn to that state.
Mr. and Mrs. Seorge H. Turner from
over in the valley came to town last Sat
urday to do soma trading aod stopped
over eight with Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt re
turning home Sunday. Mr. Turner said
the road waa so bad they were all day
getting into town.
Last Thursday evening about mid
night the wind raised and snow began to
fall and by day-light a veritable btiasard
was io progress, and by 10 o'clock it was
almost impossible to sea across the
street But by the middle of the after
noon the storm subsided, the skies be
came cleared aod the weather was
sertni and calm as a leautiful spring
eveoing. About thiol inches of soow
fall, but the most of it soon disappear
The second quarterly meeting of the
Harriaoa charge will be bald io the
church at Harriaoa on Saturday aad
Suadav. February 1J aad 18. Quarterly
- - tWunnW aftaasaeaas at 1
o'clock; Love fsaatftueday ovtraiog at
10, praaciNOf louowiog. rrawoumg
agaii ia the eveaing. Presiding El Jar
ftanabora will be prasaat.
of tna laiesi siyt-J.
to our already "?fM?4
and snoes now onuv
an1 aa In tiriceS W6 D1CFT
to suit all who come V
1 1 1 1 1
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FaaSv Piorr b WMMtl i Plat.
a Itt column It
from the Wesurm itiraiposaLJM
ut vw tuiB aav.
4.aa aav year
'.. ia.OO pmt gear
aa oo pa year
Charles Sthiltz was given a lesson
on riding the "goat"' Inst Wsdoaatt y
evening at the meeting of tbe W. of the
A Birthday party ia the nature
of a surprise will be given at the borne
ofSaru Thomas on Friday (tomorrow
evening,) wish we were able to attend.
It is now Livery-man Hewitt and
ex-Tebbet;an agreement being reached
between the two gentlemen this morn
ing where by Mr. Hewitt assume im
mediate control. The consideration waa
Oa Ail Newt Si
Urgtr, Better, More Cczti
XSfn swat tjaaVir seal
ruilttor BulUln,, fr y.
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v . tnoca.
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