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THE SIOUX COUNTY
Thursday, May. 12th, 1898.
diet. D. Canoa, Editor and Prop.
F. E. A H. T K. E. lime table.
Going West. Going East.
t No. 6, raised 11 1 No. 6. mixed :00
IF. E. 1L V. B. K. i the best
to and from the
UEADWOOD ANi HOT SPRINGS,
A map of the
Burlington Eoute U three feet
-wide by four Umg ; Is printed
In seven colors; in mounted on
rollers; show every state,
county, important town and
jrai 1 road In the Union, and
ISMltlftfllTilrornn a very desirable and
U Jusefl adjunct to any toouwe
aMMaBJ Purchased la large -quanti
ties, tbemaps cost Burlington
Eoute irore than fifteen tents
,eaeh, but on receipt of that
amount in stamps toe under
signed will be pleased to seud
Write immediately, a the
supply is limited.
,J. FRAKCIS, Gen'l Fass'r Agent, Omaha, Neb.
i Silas A. Holcomb ..Governor
. James E. Harris lieutenant (iovernoi
"W. T. Porter Secretary of Stato
.John F. Cornell Auditor
.J. E. Meserve Treasurer
'C. J. Smyth Attorney General
. J. V. Wolfe Land CoDimtsslonei
' W. E. Jackson Supt. Public lastrucllon
.John M. Thurston- U. S. Senator, Omaha
Wm. V. Allen U. S. Senator, Madison
. J. B. Strode, Congressman 1st DisL, Lincoln
D. H. Meroer, " M " Omaha
Samuel Maxwell, " 3rd " Fremont
"W.L. Stark, " 4th " Aurora
; R. D. Sutherland, Sth " Nelson
W. L. Grsau. th " Kearney
. J. J. Slliran Chief Justice, CoVumbus
'T. O. C. Harrison ..As'te Judge, Grand Island
T. L. Nerval Associate Judge, Seward
J V. A. CiunpaaU COerk and Ceporter, Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL. DISTKIOT :
SL P. Kinkaid Judge, O'Neill
"W. H. Weatover
TEEMS OF 09UBT :
Ettstolet Court, At Harmon, commences
:Sprif term May 9th,
.Fall -" Sept 18th Jnry NU.
tConnty Court, At Harrison, commences
: first Monday of each month.
Otto Mutl9enator, Dlst. No. 14, Spring-view
,A. E. Sheldon Dist. No. S3, Chadron
M- J. Blewett
.Supt. Public Instruction
.3. E. Phlnney
B. F. Thomas...
; M. J. Blewett..
..Clerk of District Conrt
'Or ant Guthrie ..County Attorney
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS:
.Jens C. Mens-,
Andrew Proounier... ... 3d
.Jackson Melllenc Chairman) H
I. F. Pontius (chairman) .
P. H. Griswod ,
W. B. Marsteller
:E. Rofcwer ..
SCHOOL OmCEES: '
Eggert Eohwer Director
B. L. Smack Moderator
Lewis Gerlach Treasurer
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
Ifetbodlst suaday School meets every Son
4lay morning at 10 .DO
.W.H. Davis, Mim Rineix,
Regular -.tousinees meeting first Taosday
.evening insaeh month.
O. Kmrau President.
i Devotional jstlng very Bandar evening
tM 9M. MRS. KsAU, Lstdtr.
. JUNIOR LEAGUE.
Meets oaeb aaadev nf tarnoon at t .
Ma. KtsTDALL., Supt.
.jJEBRT BUtK PORT. Re. 145, G. A. R.
Meets mo d Monday In each saonth la
-,ake (wart nova at Harrison.
. R. E. Uvernaore, Com.
WOODsUM OF THE WORLD.
Oaasy, Bo. M, ataata or ms al
W.M. Davio, J. a.HarOow,
?, Clark. ConCom.
HOSESS WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Meats oanb alteraau Seturdsy evening
(RaTsValoek. . J. W .Smith. T. .0
aV Oof. .
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United State
Fire Insurance written in reliable
JSTLegal papers carefully drawn.
Harrison, - Nebraska.
J. E. PIHNNEY, M. D.
Itijiscian and Surgeon.
All calls given prompt attention,
OlBce In Drug Store.
-HARRISON - KEBBASKA.
A. T. CLARK,
Office: in the KichstemBuildUg,
COME TO THE
lIUUUNHL t or your
JOB WORK i Stationary.
50TICE TO SETTLERS.
The rules of the local land office have
recently been amended so that settlers
to make final proof shall settle with the
publisher before sending in their applica-
tioa. All parties desiring to make final
proof can have their papers made out at
lEE Journal olhce, free of charge, and
promptly transmitted to the land office
so that no tiuie will be lost.
On Thursday May 19th
1598 at the "Wilcox ranch in
Warbonnet precinct will be
100 head of cattle
7 head of horses
And a valuable lot of farm
The cattle to be sold are good
ones & it will pay you to at
tend. Sale begins at 10 a. m.
For Sale Cheap The August Mobr
property in the Hat creek valley, con
sisting of 480 acres of land 4 a first
class bouse, barn & corrals, you can
buy this for one half what it is worth.
Write or come and see tee about it.
D. H. Geiswoij.
All roads lead the court houee at
least it looks that way.
Ye editor is now the sole owner of
a brand new two wheeled cart.
It looks like old times to see ex-commissioner
James F. Youcg in town.
Mr. Robt. Niece of Running Water
was a Harrison visitor, the first of this
Beds! beds!! teds 111 have you found
a bed? Such is the cry in Harrison this
All places availabe will be utilized
as sleeping apartments during court
June E. Smith is now living in his
own bouse having made the change on
Hon. Judge Westover, ill be domi
ciled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
John Marsteller during his stay in our
Judge C rites of Chadron, was among
the legal lights, who graced our city
streets with his presence during this
W. W. Woods of BushWlle Neb.,
one of the legal lights attendant on dis
trict court here, was a pleasant caller at
this office on last Monday evening.
Mr. Sutton moved his family into
the bouse vacated by J, E. Smith on last
Saturday. E'ere many moons Harrison
will rival Chicago for her May moveing.
T, B. Snyder of Collins, Neb., was a
pleasant caller at this office on last Mon
day. Come again when io town kind
friend as the latch string ia always out
and we are here to stay.
D. S. Cox of Fort Robinson was a
pleasant caller at our sanctum on last
Monday and renewed bis allegiance to
the Journal, and so toe food work goes
Coroner Phinney made trip to Adelia
on last Monday to hold an inquest on
the body of James Swimback, who was
burned to death in his own bouse on last
Sunday night He was accompaaied by
W. H. Davis
Landlord Tebbet of the Harrison
House baa proved himself to bo the right
man in the right place. By satisfying
the inner man, and doing everything
in bis power to accomodate his numer
ous gueoU during court weak, he hat
won the applause of all.
Charles Umpbenour writes to the
Journal please eand my Journal to
Mona P. O. Rent, Co. Kansas, as I do not
wish to be without it Charley nays
wheat looks floe Corn is all planted, and
their fruit crop will be first class if noth
ing happens to it He closes by wishing
to be reme mbeMB to all the box. ,
Wanted Five huntk-sd readers to sub
scribe for the Journal trie year at one
dollar per year.
Ei. H. Oriswold.
'otl( I tan cattle hides and all kind
of kins with hair for roW, or without
or leather. See sample and prices in
J. 1L Bartell's store.
1L Oi-brjcht. filen. Neb.
Will Wright who baa been at work
ib the Oering grist mill during the ait
winter and spring returned house last
evening. He will stop over untri Sun
day or Monday when he expects to return
Will Wright saye he has enlisted in
the Nebraska volunteers at Gearing.
Pbill Dunn calltd at the Journal
office this week and paid his respect.
Sherriff Holly and his deputy were
two of our busiest men during court
This week has beea very busy on
account of the, convening of district
M. J. Weber of Glen, will go to Glen
Rock about tlie 20th of this month to
The spring term of the district court
has been in session this week, and several
notable cases disposed of.
Miss Annie Moravek left last night
for Chadron where she is engaged for
a season to work at the Blain Hotel.
All three of cur ex-comraissioners
were on city streets together the first of
this week. It seemed a pleasant treat
to see them.
S. Sherman moved bis family from
from Sheep Creek, Wyo., en last Tues
day. He bas rented Mr, Barteirs ranch
for one year.
Did you attend the eater tainment
given by the Clover Leaf Club, on last
Tuesady evening? If not you certainly
missed a grand treat
W. E. Smith of Gearing Father-in-law
to John Marsteller drove from that
place aay before yesterday looking hale
and hearty as of yore.
Frank Tinkham and Jack Kreisler
left this morning for Larriniie peak
where they will work their own mine
during the summer and winter.
With this issue Mr. G. M. Lacey will
add his name to the list of Journal read
ers. "Pop" sheet as it is called, its list
of readers are daily increaseing.
Almost all the neighbors from the
country side who could possibly get
away took the advantage of a trip to the
county seat during court week.
And still they come, we mean the
attorney's, jurors, witnesses, and lam
but not least in number the public; ac
tuated principally by mere curiosity.
CORN To Mr. and Mrs. Phil luno
of Warbonnet, precinct on May 6th a
new daughter, whose graceful presence
will add new dignity to the bouse of
Dr. Pjiinney was called out to see
Grandpa Merriam who is slightly indis
posed for the past two weekw. We hope
soon to see Grandpa Merriam on our
streets aeain as of old.
Mr. Eggert Eiiower has rented the
Neeee residence directly aerots the street
from the house h in now orcupying
and will move hi family into his
domain soon as they can posxibly do so.
J. J. Kipp and his sou left yesterday
for Gerring Neb., where he goes to work
ditching if he can secure a j'b. Mr.
Kipp expects that he may possibly re
turn to Harrisen in the fall after work
Miss Butts delivered a lecture to the
ladies of town at the parsonage on lant
Monday afternoon, about her experience,
and life in the far east, where she has
spent ten yeaas. Quite a number atten
Capt. Fisher of the Chadron Malilia
who lias been down at Lincoln where he
has been camping with the rest of the
boys preparitory to going to the scene
of conflict was given leave of absence
long enough at least to attend the term
C. E. Kalstrum of Et Robinson
Neb., was a pleasant caller at this office
on last Tuesday, and spent a few
moments in pleasant conversation with
ye editor. Come again when in town
friend Charley; we are always glad of
Hon. Judge Westover during his short
stay in our midst did not forget to spend
a few short moment in our private
"den" and as we are always glad to aay
"how" to his honor, it will be saying all
that is nescessary if we add that we are
ever ready and glad to have him call.
Among the prominent visitors from
out of town who graced our city streets
with their presence; was the Hon. M. J.
Gay hart of Montrose. In the course of
conversation, Mr. Q. informed the repor
ter of the Journal that Mrs. Gay hart
whose health has been very poor for
some time, is getting along very nicely
nod able to be up and about
J, D. Boott of Kearney was acting
reporter for Judge Westover's court
this week as Col. Ma her fane enlisted in
the U. S. volunteer service of this state.
The Journal reporter had the pleasure
of becoming acquainted with Mr. Scott
and will always be glad to meet him
when in our town.
In the divorce case of Virgil Heater
against his wife Myrtle, the court allow
ed her an attorney fee of fifty dollars
with an additional amount for taking
of dispositions and ten dollars a month
for her support during the pendancy of
the trial, leaving the custody of the lit
tie boy in tbejwsoossioopiiif father
Whereas, God in his Providence has
taken from eur number our beloved
Be it resolved that, we as a league
bow to the di)ensation of our God and
Father and akknowledge his wisdom
and power in all things.
And be it f urtber resolved, that we ex
tend to the father and mother, brother
and sisters of our depated friend our dee
pest sympathy and love in this their
hour of trial.
DIED At the home of his parents Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis of Andrews on May 7th
Howard Lewis, aged 17 years. The
funeral sermon was preached at the
home of his parents on last Sunday af
ternoon at 4 o'clock, in the presence of
a large concourse of friends and relatives
and on Monday the remains were taken
to Crawford for burial.
But few outside, Attorneys were in
attendance at this term of court.
District court convened Monday
morning and just before noon Tuesday
adjourned without day.
The assessor paid his respects to our
town's people on last week. All seemed
satisfied in the manner in which he did
It was as difficult a matter to find a
Juror on our'streets last Tuesday morn
ing, as it was to find a man on last Men
afternoon who was not laying claim to
Wheat last Saturday on the Chicago
hoard of trade, reached the magnificent
price of f 1.70. Our people will be ob
gliged to eat more corn-bread if they
would live more economically.
Among those who were subeonied
to appear at this term of court to testify
in certain cases and reaced here after
court had been adjourned which was no
fault of theirs were the follow ing from
Glen and vicinity:
Henry Kreeman, Martin Welr, Charles
Kalstrotn, Saot. and Jess. Crawford and
A. L. Fisher.
Although the Journal scribe receiv
ed complimeotary tickets to the Clover
Leaf club entertainment which was held
at Andrews Hall Tuesday evening but
was unable to attend, we were reliably
informed by parties w bo did attend that
it was one of the best programmes ren
dered in Harrison for a long time and
that the refreshments were good and
plenty of it. The house was well
filled and the receipts at the door and
for refreshments amounted to the nice
little sum of IIS,. All who attended
enjoyed themselves and went home fuel-,
ing well pleased. Those who are com
petent to judge say, that the entertain
ment and rendering of the program re
flected credit to those who took part in
Following are the title lines to the
two reports from Com. bewey by the
New York Journal and Herald stafT
correpondi.'nti to the World-Herald of
Ah, there she vvjves
A Banner bright
Her waving folds of glory, i
With stars and stripes red. white
To live fore'er in story.
Give Sampson now but half a chance.
As Dewey now has made his.
And there will be some new recruits
For Spanish class in hades.
Let liberty march round the world.
And every shackle sever.
And let the grand old stars and stripes.
Wave in the air forever.
Marcos Valdez and E. B. Lyon left for
Hat Creek Wyoming where they will be
employed of Jake Mills for the Summer
BORN to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson a
son, all parties doing well except Frank
and he will recover with good care.
Grandpa Lyon, made a trip to Hat
Creek Wyo., the first of the week.
Lock Kirtley was a pleasant caller at
James Nolan's Sunday.
H. T. Merriam lias seen quite sick but
is some better at present
James Nolan and O. A. Garton started
Friday to take their cattle to the herd.
Charles Grewell expects to herd tbem.
Charles Biehle took his cattle to Indian
Creek Friday where R. Simlar will care
for them. Echo.
This kind of weather makes the farm
ers feel happy.
Mrs. W. M. Gayhart is visiting with
her parents in Sowbelly canyon.
M. J. Gayhart made a trip to Harrison
Jake Waaeerburger is farming the
W. M. Waaser burger is working for
Misses Oerty and Francis were plea
sant callers at Mrs. J. J, Waaeerburgers
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Henry made a
trip to Crawford yesterday.
Hoary acd John W, had quits a ride
last week, their cattle bought of E. Hol
lingaworth had strayed away, by several
days bard riding they cot tbem all to
Mrs. Jake Marking paid ber daeghter
Mrs. Jake Wagoerburrer a abort visit
iHprp Wr Am Aeain.
. - a
500 pairs of shoes
The above U an addition to our already large and
complete stork of loots and (Oioes now on Jiand.
w hire 4i,u inrwAtt .luHnrtment ever shown in
u j lilt ui'-- mifvi t
I - -
Coin pet ion and are ure
IOUR STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
IS STILL THE LARGEST AM) inf.
BEST IN HARRISON. CALL
SNI) SEE US AND SAVE
f . . . .-. i '. .
Kow write us for Description
about it We have been tolling our
Miss Dot ha Bartell, has entered the
employ of Mrs. N. L Tipton to remin un
til the e h! of the sclolastic holilay.
The jurors at this term of court
were dismissed as a consequence of
there being no work for them to do.
We are sorry to hear from Buff Cof
fee that he is bothered by that fatal
desease ''Black-leg" making inroads
among his cattle.
Henry Lindcman of Crawford was in
our midst on last Monday, returning to
Crawford on the same evening, Always
glad to see our friends.
Some little disapointment was ev
inced by some of the iutrested parties in
courtcase at this term of court, because
their cast-s had been contiuutd over.
Following are the casts on the court
docket as passed on by this torra of
CRIMINAL CASH ?.
Nebraska vs Irving O.llmor continued
over until fall ter.n and bail bond re
newed. CIVIL CASES.
Hans Decker vs E. L, Lockwood et al
McKinley Landing lan & Trust Co vs
Andrew JacoN 2 casus, no appearance
made and passed.
Pioneer Savings & Loan Association
vs Charles L. Tubbs no appearance and
CtiarlesF. Coffee vs Thomas B. Snyder
settled out of court.
L. O. Hull & E. I). Satterlee vs Sioux
County, no appearance and passed.
Martin M. raton vs Sioux County, no
appearance and passed.
G. W. Hester & V. A. Hester vs Henry
Lindeman, continued over to next term
with costs taxed up to the plaintiff.
James H. Cook vs Charles Biehle,
County Treasurer, no appearance and
Jens C. Meng vs Charles Coffee et nl
is before the supreme conrt and hence
was beyond the jurisdiction of the dis
Jane E. Woodruff vs John Meinbart
etal, appraisment set aside and new
order of sale made.
Horace C. Stanton vs Lorenzo D. Har
mon etal, appraisement net aside and
new order of sale made.
Henry B. White gurdaian, vs Lewis
Gerlach, defendant given 30 days to ans
wer. Virgil A. Hester vs Myrtle Hester,
continued to next term.
Stock Growers National Bank of
Cheyenne vs James H. Cook, not at
Robert Wilson et al ys Sioux County,
judgement rendered in favor of plain
tiff. George H. Turner vs George W. Cobb
et al, 2 cases sale confirmed.
A Card of Thanks.
The Clover Leaf Club wish to thank
the people for their Urge attendance and
liberal patronatre at their snisrUnmut
Tuesday evening May 10. They are
anticipatlog on having another la the
near future aad invite all to bo present.
The proceeds will bo used in a way which
will benefit the public.
By order of Ibe committee.
Just received overn
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of tne laiesi siyies.
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Vc pay the freight
In Nebraska and Western Iowa,
t You Get $195 Organ for $88.
YOU PAY FOR IT
WITH A FIVE DOLLAR BILL
down and S5.00 per month.
Felly Oaaraateed for S years.
and Catalogue. We will tell you all
friends about this now 23 years.
TO BK HELD AT
SIOUX C0M NEBR.
JUNE 13, TO AUGUST 0.
EIGHT WEEKS SESSION.
Tuition Seventy fire Ont prr "WWk,
No extra charge for examination or
i of study will include only those
branches required by law for a first
A grade of 70 per cent in each of the
third grade branches will be required for
a third grade certillcate.
A grade of HO per cent in each of tho
second grade branches, aud including the
third grade branches, will be required
for a second grade certillcate.
A grade of W) per cent will be required
in each of the first grade brandies, nnd
including second and third grade branch
es, for a Hirst grade certillcate.
No one will receive a marking of 100
(er tent in any branch of study. Only
a specialist bus a right to so "high a
J. W. Smith. Drawing.
Pkok. John R. GitAY.Botanv, Book
keeping Arithmetic, Physics, "Algebra,
Suit, 'iwe Mwktam. Elements of
Education, History and Rhetoric, Or
thography aud Reading, Grammar, Civil
Gov., Physiology, aud Hygiene, Goo
Elements of Education, written by
J. F. Savlar. to be read June 13,
Book-keeping written hy Harry E
Wilson, to re read June 24.
Botany, written by Prof Bessey, to be
read July 1.
Paper, Subject selected, A. J. Babcock
to m read July H.
Our country's Hope. Prof John R.
Gray July 15.
There will bo a teachers social July 23,
Teachers are requested to come prepar
ed to give a htterary programe Aug 5.
Examination Aug 5 and 6.
I hope everyone, residing in Sioux
county, will manifest their interests la
the cause of educatioh, by their atten
dance at this Institute, or by vialtina
at least one day. A special Invitation
is extended to members of a school-board
to oorao and visit us, and encourage the
teachers to greater efforts than over be
fore, by showing an appreciation of their
effort ingiving tbem their hearty sup
It is only right ami just, that the
teachers, who spend their tune nd
money each year that they m.y be bet
ter prepared themselves for their work
m the school-room, should have a first
choice in our public schools.
However the solo aim and end of right
education is not just to teach echaVl
P ot, riht KtloR i. ui
; 1 ""I" w meat
many others at Uus Institute besides
theee who expect to teach school.
Visitors will receive a hearty wel-
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