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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1898)
THE flOUX COUNTY
TntBiT) Aug. 18th, 1996.
. D. Cane, Editor and Prop.
Going fft Going
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bEADWOOD AND HOT SPBISG3,
Silas A. Holoomb Governor
Jama E. Harris Lieutenant Coverooi
W. r. Porter Secretary of State
Ooh F. Cornell . Auditor
l. E. Meserve Treasurer
V. J. Smyth Attorney General
tj. V. Wolfe Land Commiseiouei
W. fL Jackson , Snpt. Public Instruct kn
John H. Thornton.. 17. 8. Senator, Omaha
"Win. V. Allen TJ. S. Senator, Madison
J. B. Strode, Congressman 1st Dirt., Lincoln
D. H. Mercer, - 8d " Omaha
Sasunel Maxwell. " 3rd - Fremont
W. L. Stark, 4th " Aarora
M.D. Sutherland. " &th " Helton
VT. L. Green, " ta Kearney
J. 3. SltlTan Chief Justice, Columbus
T. O. O. Harrison As'te Judge, Grand Island
V. L. Morval associate Judge, Seward
J. A. Campbell Clerk and Reporter, Uncoil)
rrmjTH judicial district:
X. f. Kinkaid Judge, O'Seill
vf. H. Westovor " Kashvinc
M. J. Blewatt Clerk. Harrison
TBKMS OF COURT:
District Court, A t Harrison, commences
Spring term May Sth.
Vail . Sept tl jnry 19th.
County Oourt, At HarrUiea, commences
mrst Monday of each month.
Citte MuU..Suuator. IHst. No. M, Springview
4L B. Sheldon Hist, No. S3, Chadron
, . COCUTT OFFICEBS;
Subert Wilson. County Judge
M.J. Blewett Clerk
Chat. Blehl .
Sopt. Public Instruction
B. F. Thome.
M. 3. Blewett.
. ' , ,. , Coroner
Clerk of District Oonrt
-Grant Ontario... .. County Attorney
BOABD OP OOMMI8SIOKEES
Jena C. Meag latDislrict
Andrew Proctmler M
Jackson Meltlenx Chairman ) U
I. T. Pontrus (chairman Trastee
D. H. Grtswod .
W. B. Mars teller -
E. Behwer .
W. IL Davis aerk
Bftert Bohwer Director
B. L. Smack Moderator
Lewis Geriach Treasurer
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
Methediat Sunday School meete every Son
day morning at UM ,
W. IL DAVIS, MISS SlBTeLh,
egular business meeting flrst Tuesday
evening in each month.
O. Kxtdall, President.
Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
M .-. mm. Kr.xr.ALk, Leader.
Meet each Sunday afternoon at t .-3D.
Mas. Kimdalu, Supt.
JKBST KOTK POST, So. M&, G. K.
' :. Masts second Monday la each month In
" the oaart house at Harrison.
LI Llvermere, Com.
WOODMK OP TBI WOBLD.
BArrison Oamp, Jk. S5, meets on each al
i Wednesday ereolof .
. H. DAVU. J. A.HAkSOK,
MODEKI WOODMEN OF AMEBIC A.
Meata each alteraate Satardap evening
at o'clock. j. w Jtaalta. V. C
A. B. Daw Clerk.
tt3 DJV!5 13 CO,
Baby f S
tot facets, rstsligai.
Prompt attention given to all legal
natter in Justice, Count and District
Courta, and before ttw United State
Fir Insurance written in reliable
ty Legal papers carefully drawn.
Hjgutao,' - Nebraska.
J. E. PHINNET, M. D.
Fhylsdai and Surgeon.
411 calls given prompt attention.
OIBce in Drug Store.
A. T. CLARK.
Office: in the Blchstein BuilOUg,
COME TO THE
JOB WORK 1 Stationary.
KOTICE TO SETTLERS.
The rules of the local land office hare
recently been amended so tbat settlers
to make final proof shall settle with the
publisher before sending in their applica
tion. AH parties desiring to make final
proof can have their papers made out at
The Journal office, free of charge, and
promptly transmitted to the land office
so tbat no time will be lost.
JNUiiuu. L.eave youn
W atches and Clocks at Dr.
J. E. Phinneys' Drucr Store
Engraving done at rea
bonable prices. All work
guaranteed to give satisfac
Have graduated from!
an Omaha Watch-makers In
Hugh C. ScrraiDT.
Address, Harrison, Neb.
WHITE BIVER WOLF ASSOCIATION,
Glen, Keb., Jan. 18, 118.
The undersigned agrees to pay the xurn
set opposite their name forhi wolf fund of tM
for each gray wolf killed within miles of
White Blver, above Glen, within the next
months, and appoint Mr. H. H Kussell as
their treasurer and will pay him on de
mand. David ColvUle $5 OS Fred Blomburg 2 50
H. H. Bussell 10 00 Jno. 8. Tucker 100
A. T. Hnghson 60 P. Force 10 00
L. C. Lewis S 00 Emery G minor X AO
J. J. Martin S 00 Iroy Hall 6 00
Walter Johnson 6 00 W. J. Johnson 2 SO
George Scott 2 50
Total KB 00
Excursion Bates to Trann-Mli-
siHftlppI Exposition at
Omaha Neb. June y
1st to Nov. 1st '
From Harrison every day (Sundays
excepted) from June 1st to October 15th
1898 at 923,30 for round trip good for
return until Nov. 15th.
From Harrison every day (Sundays
excepted) from June 1st to October 30th
good for return 30 days from date of sale
For the opening exercises on May SOth
round trip tickets will be sold good for
return June 6th at our fare viz $14.50.
E. F. Pontius agt.
Special Excursion Rates to Hot
Springs 8. Dak.
On dates named below at one fare
for round trip, ticket good for return 30
days from date of sale.
June IS August
June 80 August 26
July 5 September 10
July 19 September 20
E. F. Pontics, Agent
f . - - - 1,1 T
be held at the Bodarc PreB
byterian church, by Rev.
Chas. W. Stuart, commenc
ing Wednesday night Aug.
10th, at 7:80 p. m.. and will
continue one week or longer.
There will also be services
at 10:80 a. m., every day un
til meeting closes.
SUBJECT The power of
Christ to save unto the utter
most, even to keep the be
liever from all known sin."
This is some times spoken
of as the higher life, or "holi
ness" or sanctification.
All are cordially invited to
J. B. BuxxK
Okxwtokd, Neb., Sept , 16, im-Tk.
BL D. Clark: In repty to your letter
and questions m regard to myself aad
daughter, I will say tbat we have quit
using your medicine on our girl for we
think aba is well. We cannot detect
the slightest sign of her catarrh aay
more, and as for myself I haven't had
any occasion to use any more. We are
greatly pleased with your Remedies and
have great faith in them.
W. B. PERBY.
Rev. Father Waldrou of
Chadron, requests the Joub
nal to announce that ifass
will be celebrated at Mont
rose, Aug. 31st, one week
from next Wednesday.
WANTED Wood on subscription soon
as we can get it Editor.
Grandma Davis, left for the Node
Ranch to visit among old friends.
Editor Davis made a trip to Andrews
yesterday afternoon on business.
M. J. Gayhart was up from Mont
rose Tuesday and stayed over night
' J. IL Bar tell went to Crawford on
business Tuesday and returned yester
? M. J. Gayhart has purchased a hay
1 At lit iuiu m u.i I ujiioa jiuui i vt -
Old Mr. Waunder from Ardmore
was in town Tuesday and yesterday after
some repairs for his mower.
Rev. Kendall expects to commence
the erection of the addition to the parson
age this week or the first of next
H. IL Russell of Andrews, left for
Omaha Monday evening to visit the
t exposition for a week or so.
True Miller, one of Sioux county's
energetic stockmen was up from Runn
ing Water yesterday presumably on
Notice call of county commission
ers in another column of this issue of
the Journal for a meeting of the Board
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Guthrie will
leave for Omaha Friday evening, to at
tent the Trans-Mississippi Exposition
three or four days.
Hon. M. J. Weber and his little son
were up from Glen last Monday, Martin
was transacting some legal business be
fore Judge Wilson's court regarding the
8. W. Kemp estate.
Have you read the wolf association
notice in another column of the Joubnal?
Read it as it may not appear in this
paper after this date.
Tfottee I tan cattle hides and all kind
of skins with hair for robes, or without
or leather. See sample and prices in
J. H. Bartell's store.
R CrtjnacBT. Glen. N?b.i
Ed Bowker went up to the jfode
Ranch yesterday to do some carpenter
work. Well Ed is a first class carpenter
as all who employed him have learned, i
J. L. Stratton moved bis family and
household goods out to their new home
in Monroe, the first of the week where
they will enjoy rural life for the fut
ure. Sheriff Holly and family went to An
drews for an outing last Saturday, and
while there tried their hand at catching
in White river, some fish much smaller
than the whale or shark.
Frank Tinkham of Douglas, Wyo. ,
came down Tuesday evening on business
and stopped over until today. He re
ports business in his line (livery and feed
stable) to be improving.
Frank Stratton. who has been at
work at Hill city, 8. Dakota, for the
past few years, and who is a brother of
our own John L. came down on a visit
for a week or so last Saturday.
The Rev. W. B. Costley, of Stockbridge
Ga., while attending to his pastoral dut
ies at Ellen wood that state was attacked
by cholera morbus. He' says: "By
chanco I happened to get hold of a bot-
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and I think it was the
meant of saving my life. It relieved me
at once." For sale by Dr. J. E. Phin-
f J. T. Mason, and son came up from
the Glen saw mill with two loads of
lumber for G. W. Hester Tuesday.
XTtey stopped over night, dona some
trading and returned home yesterday,
Henry Warneka shipped a car of
beef cattle to 8. Omaha Tuesday even
ing, lie accompanied toe car and will
spend a week at the Exposition in com
pany with his wife who has been there
r the past two weeks.
-Miss Edna and Elsie Robwer and cous
in Clara Christenseo, who has been visit
ing here for a few days took the train
for Andrews Monday, and will enjoy
the hospitality of their Uncle and Auntie
for a week or so before sbool commences.
Marco Valdez and wife of War-
botmet, were pleasant callers at this
office on last Saturday. Mr. V. has been
in the employ of Mr. J. Mills of Hat
Creek, Wyo., sine last April and just
came borne for a few days visit with his
family. Call again kind friends whan in
town, as the Jocbsal's latcb string is
--lt has been about all the people of
oar town could do to ret water eaougb
to get along with as the mill has been
out of order for some time and thf an
risw bad to be brought into play cin
a a last resort in order to water every
thing Usat waa dry and to get oaetffat
up one more by having tn
arovnel town re filled.
Call far Cosmksroim' Mretlag.
The board of comity commissioners of
Sioux county, Nebraska, are hereby
called to meet at the office of the coun
ty clerk, at Harrison, Nebraska, on
Wednesday Aug. 34th, 1898, at 1 o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of drawing a Jury
to serve at the September, 1898 term of
the District Court and the transaction
of ordinary county business.
M. J. BlWETT,
Mass will be celebrated
in Harrison, at the court
house, on Thursday Sept.
1st, 1898 at 10:00 o'clock
a. m. The children are ex
pected to be present for in
structions. Michael P..Waldbon,
Old papers for sale, Sets
per bakers dozzen.
Miss Dotha Bariell returned from
Pleasant Ridge oc last Saturday.
We are pleased to state that Mrs.
Maine is so far improved, as to bo able
to sit up,
A number of teachers improved the
opportunity afforded them on last Satur
day, by taking the special examination
among others Miss Russell of Glen, and
Miss Alexander of Ardmore.
air. a. noon lost a uorse in a very
sad way this morning Mr. K., had just
come in town and tied the bone just in
front of the Post-office when the animal
anoyed by the flies hanged itself by its
LEADS. Dak.. June 22, 1897. I wish
to state that I had been troubled with
catarrh for several years and was cured
from the first treatment of Dr. Clarks
Catarrh Hemedies in less than throe
months. F. O. KAISER.
-Mr. John stratton moved his family
klown to Monroe canyon where he has
purchased the property known as the
Tubb's place, which has been previously
announced in these columns.
I thirst: Such has been the cry
Harrison this past week at least during
the first of the week just passed, for the
wind ceased to blow, hence the mill
would not go, making good old though
familar addage; "The mill will never
grind with the water that have passed.'
We have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in our home for many years and
bear cheerful testimony to its value as a
medicine which should be in every fami
ly. In coughs and colds we have found
it bo be efficacious and in croop and
whopping cough in children we deem it
indispensable. H. P. Bitter, 4127 Fair
fax are., St, Louis, Mo. For sale by
Dr. J. E, Phiney.
Mrs. George Olinger of Lockwood,
Mo., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W
Heetar, came in on the last Monday
noon s train for a month or six weeks
visit to her parents. As Mrs. Olinger
has been an old resident of Sioux county
she win doubtless have a good visit
with olJ friends and neighbors before her
About one month ago my child, which
is Ofteen months old, had an attack ef
diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting.
gave it such remidies as are 'usually
given in such cases, but as nothing gave
relief we sent for a physician and it was
under his care a week. At this time the
child had been sick for about ten days
and was having about twenty-five opera
tions of the bowels every twelve hours,
and we were convinced that unless it
soon obtained relief it would not live
Chamberlain's Col ic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy was recommended, and 1
ueciuea to try it. i soon noticed a
change for the better; by its continued
use a complete cure was brought about
and it is now perfectly healthy.O. L,
Boggs, Stumptown, Gilmer Co., W. Va.
For Sale by Dr. J. E. Phinney.
Corn cutting has commenced.
Andrew Wasserburger had a horse
fall with him last Wednesday, his foot
was so badly hurt be was laid up for a
few days but is around at this writting.
There is a game of ball arranged to be
played between the Montrose boys and
the Ardmore bridge gang, to be played
at Ardmore, 8. D., next Saturday.
1 A. Wasierburger is putting up bay
far Dan Jordan.
1 Jacob Marking intends to move bis
ora the divide this week to bet
ter range, Saob.
Notice to the Public.
To Whom ft may Concern:
I will not be responsible for any debts
cuaumciea oy my wue, uena.
APPLICATION FOB MQCOB LICENSE.
Matter of application of IL O. New comb
for liquor license.
To the Chairman and Board of trustee of
the village of Harrison, Sioux county, Ne
braska: Notice Is hereby given that II, O. New-
comb baa Sled his sppllcstlon with the
Clerk of the village of Harrison, Sloes couu
ty, Nebraska, for license to sell malt, spir
ituous and vinous liquors In the village of
Harrison, Sioux county, Nebraska, from the
27tb aay of Asgust, ISM, until the cad ef the
flscal year la May isst.
II there bs bo obhwtlona, remonstrance
or protest Bled witbia tare week prior to
the f7th day of Augaat, MM, the said license
will he granted.
U. O. NBWCOMB, AppUcaat.
U i i i i i i
Here We Ire Again.
500 pairs of shoes
The above is an addition
Icomplete stock of boots
We have the largest
Competion and are sure
OUR STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
IS STILL THE LARGEST AND THE
BEST IN HARRISON. CALL
SND SEE US AND SAVE
World Herald Day.
The Exposition Management Names
AngHst 24tb as World-Herald
In honor cf the thirteenth anniver
sary of the establishment of the
Omaha evening World which later con
solidated with tho Omaha Morning
Herald, the exposition management hag
designated August 24 as World Herald
On that day the railroads will sell
tickets from all parts of Nebraska at
one fare for the round trip and from
some sections for even less. The ex
position will make a special half rate
admission in the evening and a grand
display of fireworks will take place
upon the exposition grounds at 9 p. m.
At noon upon World-Herald day tlie
editors of Nebraska papers will take
lunch with the World-Herald upon the
exposition grounds and in the afternoon
and evening as guests of the World
Herald will visit the Midway and take
in as many of its thirty-four attractions
as time will permit At 4 p. m,, the
United States life saving services will
give an exhibition of saving shipwrecked
and drowning people upon the lagoon
near the government building. The
great Mexican band from the City of
Mexico will play both afternoon and
evening upon the exposition grounds in
open air concert
The Indian village, Chinese village,
Streets of all Nations, Streets of Carlo,
Ostrich farm, Old plantation, Uaxen
back wild animal show, German village,
Wild west and all other attractions will
give their best shows, and such places
as the giant see-saw, shoot the chute
and others will be in full blast On ac
count of the low railroad rates and extra
attractions as well as in honor of the
World-Herald a great attendance is ex
pected. The Host Remedy for Flux.
Mr. John Muihus a well known slock
dealer of Pulaski, Ky., rays: "After
suffering for over a week with flux and
my physician having failed to relieve me
I was advised to try Chamberlains Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
have the pleasure of stating that the
half of one bottle cured me." For sale
by Dr. J. E. Phinney.
SO Y CARS'
V A WADS SWASUia
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't' . COTVRtaHTS Ac.
1 Anyone sending sketeh and desertptlon mar
eaietir asesflaln oar opinion free whether an
InvanUoa Is probably patentable. Coatmanlaa
UonsatrteUrennadenUal. Handbook m Patents
sent free. Oldest as after tor aacarlii palenu.
1'aUats taken throuh Mann A Co. reseive
tsaetsl aotan, without chart, in the
A handsomely Uhwtrated weekly.
V araest car
sraw. at a
"Hum ot mnj soenuae Kernel.
year ; fou swaths. $L
by all newartsalsrs.
THE STYLISH PATTERN. At-
ttmc Fashionable. OrigtaaL Perfect
Fmiof. Price lO and 1 A cents.
None higher. Noo betters! any price.
Some reliable merchant sQs them in
nearly every city or town. Ask tor
them, or they can b had by mall from
us In crthtf New York or Chicago.
Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Shed :
seat upon fccctpt of out csst Id psy
F"sia awi.V, - .
. BrejbJsst UW sfltcaifM ptdJkuW.
InVAluaU for tb home Fashion of
the day. Moms Literature, Hoeachoid
Hints, Fancy Work. Current Topics,
Fiction, U ior only 60 csnsi s year, bv i
cnsinf i ree psncro, your own aelsc-
boo any tmta.
rtre2-caot stuns '
for ssmst copy.
THX McCALL COMPANY,
MM4 Wast I4tfc Street, Nrw York.
109 Flfri Avenue, Oscar
i i I I I 1
of the latest styles.
to our already large and
and shoes now on hand,
assortment ever shown iw
and as to prices we DEFY
to suit all who come
27th, 1898, I will
offer for sale at the
old J. W. Hunter
rench the follow
ing personal prop
3 Brood Mares &
2 2-year-old Geld
ings. 1 Cow, 1 Saddle,
1 Wagon, 1 Set of
Harness 1 Set of
1 14 inch Plow, 1
6 leaf extention
Table, 1 Cup
Rocker, Bed spring
kitchen Chairs Bed
steads, one Domes
tic Sewing Mach
ine, 23 yds Carpet,
A quantity of dish
es, Jars &c, and a
half doz. Hens.
SI Acres good Corn
3J Acres Millet and
other things too
numerous to men
tion. Terms: CASH.
Democratic Senatorial Co 'cation.
A delegate convention of the damn.
cratic party of the 14th senatorial dis
trict ot Nebraska is hereby called to
meet in Valentine on Saturdav. Aus-uat
80, 1898, at 10 o'clock a. to., for the pur
nose of placing in nomination a candi.
date for senator from said district and
the transaction of such other business aa
may properly coma before the conven
tion. Each county is entitled to ons
delegate at large and one for each ISO
vote or major fraction thereof cast for
Hon. C. J. Smyth for attorney general
at the election in November. lfiM. wliirh
gives the following repreeentauoa to
Box Butt 5 Brown 2
Cherry 5 Daw 1
Key Paha ' 8 Rock 8
Sheridan 7 Sioux 8
- It is earnestly requested that a full
delegation bs sent from each oousty, m
many matter or importaooe will come
pp at this meeting and permanent
orxaalxatioo will bs effected.
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