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THE SIOUX COUNTY
Tbcmday, Sept 22nd, 1898.
fico. D. Ciiin, Editor and Prop.
F. E. . T B. 4. 1MB Uble.
Ko. 5. mixed. 11 : 1 No- miled J :0
Prompt attention given to all legal
matters in Justice, County and District
Courts, and before the United States
Fire Insurance written in reliable
ry Legal papers carefully drawn.
Harrison. - Nebraska.
JL V. R. K. is the best
to and from the
DEADWOOD AND HOT 8PR1SU8,
attending the unveiling
of the monument erected by the Wood
man of the World in memory of our
deceased sovereign, A. R. Dew will take
place on Sunday September 23th, 1898.
Th rremonv will be an imposing one,
an urgent invitation is extended to the
general public to join in the procession
and witness the ceremony at the grave.
W. 1L UAVH, Cleric.
Camp No. 55, W. O. W.
J. E. PIUNNEY. M. D.
PbyLsclan and Surgeon.
All call uiven prompt attention.
Office In Drug Store.'
-HARRISON - 5EBUASKA.
STATE OFFICERS :
SUM A. Holcomb-. Governor
J.n.e E. Harris Lieutenant (iovernoi
W V Porter Secretary of Stat
John V.Cornell Aulltor
J. B. Meserve Treasurer
C.J. Smyth Attorney General
J V. Wolfe Land Coramiaslonei
W. B. Jackjon- Supt. Public Instruction
John M. Thurston V. 8. Senator. Omaha
Win. V. Allen V. 8. Senator, Madison
t a nrmirreggman 1st Dist., Lincoln
A. T. CLARK.
Office: second floor from jcobsal efflc
D. H. Mercer,
w. L. Stark,
B. D. Sutherland,
VT. L. Green,
JOB WORK 1 Stationary.
J J Sllivao Chief Jostice, Oolamhns
T. O. C UarrUon -As'te Judge, Grand island
.' t ' Aaaociato Judge, Seward
X. A. CampbeU-Clerli and Reporter. Lincoln
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
V P. KlnkaW JQ1f?e 0'5ei"
or tr W.dnv.T' " KUshV
Jt.'j.Blew.u Clerk, lUrriaon
TERMS OF COUET:
T.sMot t-nnrt. At Harrison, commences
pr!gtenn May 9th,
Fall " Sept 10th jury 10th.
......,.., rvmrt At Harrison, commences
flrst Monday of each month.
Otto Mute-Sena tor, Dist. No. 14, Springview
A r Sheldon Dist. No. 53, Cluulron
Robert Wllwn . County Judge
v J Rleett Clerk
Rihi - Treasurer
surt. Public Instruction
COME TO THE
-Th ha been a busy week in Ilarriis-
Special Excursion Hates to Hot
rjprings S. Dak.
JClale Verrlam -
Tbo Holly .
J. E. Phlnney ,
It ft Wwm iui
.1 mowett Clerk of District Court
irant Guthrie County Attorney
BOARD Of COMMISSIONERS
rr Mncr . 1st Dlsirlet
Andrew Procunler. 24
Jackson Meitlen(Chairinan) 3d
B. F. Pontluaf chairman) Trustee
D. 11. Grlswod
W. B. Marsteller
"W. H. Davis Clerk
Lewta Gerlacb Treasurer
Kgnert Holiwer -- Director
11. u Snmcfc - ..Moderator
l.ewU Gerlai-h Treasurer
CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES.
Methodist Sunday School meets every Sun
lay nioriittrg at 10:00
W. 11. Davis, Iihs B KTel.i.t
Reirnlar business meeting lirt Tuesday
'evening lntacli juonth.
. KESPAM., Incident.
"Devotional meeting every Sunday evening
m.t MRS. KMUA1A, Leader.
Meets each Snndav afternoon at 2 :.TS.
Mm. K i initio Supt,
JERRY EUSK POST, No. M-1, G. A. R.
Meet second Monday in each month ra
the court house at IlBrrlson.
K. E. Llvermore, Com.
WOODMES OF THE WOK1 J.
arrHon Camp, Ho. , meet on each a
tenaM Wednesday rrenlng.
W. H. Davw, t . AJiawso.
Clerk. Con. Com.
IWUI WOODMKX OF AMERICA.
, Meet each alternate Saturday ewnlnf
AiO-elock. . W Jtmlth, V. V
A. K. Dw Clerk.
On dates named below at one fare
for round trip, tickets good for return 30
days from date of sale.
June 16 Augusts
June SO , August 20
Juv 5 September 10
July 19 September 20
E. F. Pontics. Agent
Takirur effect Aug. 30th,
tickets for the Omaha Expo
sition will be sold as follows
Every day (except Sunday)
at &23.20 for round trip
Tickets good for return until
November 15th. Ou Tues
day and Friday at $16. 50
good for return 15 days from
date of sale.
E. F. Poimr.s, Agent.
For Modern Woodman Day
at Omaha Exposition.
Tickets will be sold on Tuesday Spt
20, at 10,00 for round trip good 5 days
from date of sale. E. F. Posm'8.
NOTICE: There will be
Lutheran services at the
court house Saturday, Oct.
8th, 1898, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Rev. F. G. Winoes.
NOTICE: Mass will be
celebrated at Harrison at 10
nYlrirk a. m.. every Satur
day before the Second Sun
day of each month.
Michael P. Waldwxv.
Rew Kendall will hold services
Rehire on next Wednesday eveoing.
-Tirxllord Sherrill of ttie Korth-west-
erh hotel has had a crowded house this
ww.lr. all were well cared for.
Miss Mary Moravek who has been
rn,iinff- a few davs with her siswr ana
other friends at Chadron returned to the
fitv on last Tuesday.
j , .
While in the city during court ween
Frwl Rlomberir of Olen. in his penerositv
did not fonret to renew bis alligan to
ing hy dropping a cart whoel on ye edit-
frs round Uble. Many tbaoks kina menu.
Hotlos I tan cattle bkles and all kind
of kins with hair for robe, or without
or leather. See sample and prices in
J. IL Bartell's store.
IL OiABCBT. Glen. Neb.
Landlord Tebbet of the Harrison
bouse ha demonstrated to the public
bow thoroughly familiar be is with his
business, naaielv the care of hi guests.
All of the numerous guests entertained
by bim during court speak in the most
nattering terms of bm untiring attention
to their many waste.
Following are the names of the jur
or selected out of the regular panoel
.r u nth- In listen to the evedeoce
in the case of the state of Nebraska vs
Irving Oil i more:
The haying season is about over
Tyitnf business was done in uarri-
Attorney Harrington of O -eal bun-
daved in Harrison last .
vf;. r.ffl White Riient a couple of
davs in town this week with Mrs. Canon
Lany Sutton, is acting as bailin lor
ci,,.(f llMtv dnrini? this term 01
A. McGinlev sold about 60 head of
horses last Monday at an averaga of t35
With a show in town and district
court in session Harrison is a uveiy
ntv this week.
Dr. Uartwell of Crawford was among
thoaa from out of town who attended
Not in the past two years has there
been such a crowd in town during a turm
of court as at the preseot term.
Will HouKb expects to leave for Om
nuvt Sntnrilav evenintr. Mrs. Ii.
will eo sooa as she is able to travel.
Wa are pleased to Btate that Jlrcs.
Will llougb wbo has been dangerously
illfor some time is slowly improving
llave vou noticed our two good na-
tured friends Lauey Sutton and Perry
White, do they not make uieal deputies.
Evervbody and their brother was in
town this week attending district court,
some through necessity others out of cu
lion. John H. Jones of Ruslivide
Sheridan county was nominated by the
republican convention held at Crawford
on the 19th inst.
Mrs. George dinger and children
wenttoLusk, to visit with her sister
and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. IL
Bonsell, for a few days.
Grandma Griswold.who has been the
guest of her son D. IL during the past 3
months returned to her home in Avoca.
la., on last Saturday evening.
Rev. J. T Kendall informed us short
ly after his return from tonirence
that he bad been appointed by tba pre
siding Bishop to fill tbe Harrison charge
another year. i
Emmanuel Knori of Slunroe, Wis.,
brother of our own Knori boys, wbo has
Wn here on a visit with them during
the past week returned to his home on
last Monday evening.
The court ia the criminal case of
State of Nebraska V S Irving Gilmore,
was compelled ordf'r 2r additional
names of.meo wlvi have the quliflcations
necessary to act a jurors.
With this issue of the Journal Miss
Catherine Hass of Gilchrist will peruse
its page for a year at least Did you
know it is an absolute nescsity that in
all well repulated families the JoCRNAL
Tiiwrf be read.
-Thomas Dunn sold 25 head of his
horses to Mr. Root of Lusk, Wyo., last
Sunday . The rest of them he will leave
here until next spring when he expects
to take them to Wyoming at or near
Among the leffal lijrhts from out of
town who had cases before Hon. Judge
Westover's court were tbe following
Woods of Rushville, Ilarrinffton of
O'Neill, Crites of Chadron, Porter and
Fanning of Crawford.
Mrs. Peter Bourett accompanied
bv her dauehter Miss Gertrude was
passeager on the east bound train last
Mondav evenintr going as far asunaoron.
Mrs. B., will remain about a week or ten
dnv but Miss Gertie will attend school
at Chadron during the winter.
Following are those who are in otten
dance at the trial of Irving Gillmore,
now in progress in the district court:
Now is the time to wcure
vnnr fall milliner-v cheap at
rf - -
-No trouble to show goods
at Bartell's. Drop in and
get prices on everything.
Native shingles lor eale
at Bartell's cheap.
If vou are in need of a
sewing machine take a look
at h r-nttiirrfi for pale at
Get ready for winter by
hnv no vnnr RTOVe OI 1JAK"
IJMJ ll.O jw -
should eet at it
and renair the side-walks, they need it
Jeff Hewitt the livery man has been
doinir a land office business this week.
rn nrwiunt of the evidence in the
criminal trial tried of Irving Gillmore
n t;nrr in Inst, evening most of
an wiuft fc"vu J
the witnesses left for home.
D. S. Cox of Fort Robinson was
m nrnonir the many friends who while
attending court this week did not forget
to pay hi respect to tbe Joubsal.
While presiding over this term of
court Hon. Judge Westover, is cosily do
miciled at the J. E. Marsteller mansion
on the east side.
C. A. Kalstrom was among those
who while in town this week, dropped a
dollar in ye editors path to help" the
cause along" many thanks kind friend.
5L J. O'Connell was last Monday
nominated in the republican convention
for county attorney of Sioux county
Tbousrh Mr. O'Connell does not in any
sonse of the term represent the JCRXAL
ideal of politics, yet, so, laras we Know
I ha is a eentleman in every respect.
How well he may be qualified to fill the
position of county attorney is more than
we could say. But those who are
better acquainted with regard to his
legal attainments munt answer for him
However he will doubtless carry his
n.ri vAta which does not mean his
election by any means.
MARRIED: At tbe home of the
bride's parents at Montrose, Neb., Wed
nesday Sept. 14. liH Miss Catherine
Christensen to Mr. Charles Newman, of
F.-lsI Snrimrs this county, Rev. Charles
K. Iii:e officiating.
The newely weeded couple are two
of Sioux countvs highly respected citi
zens and the Journal takes this way to
extend congratulations besides ye edi
had the pleasure of sraokiug one of those
long filler Havana's in honor of the
occasion. We are personally acquainted
with the gvoorn "and know w hereof we
speak, when we say he is a young man of
atrlint- worth and so far we know bis
character is above reproach and in the
opinion of ye editor will make an ideal
husband and companion.
As to the bride we liave never met her
but will warrant tbe as.iertion that she
is worthy of the companion she has
wrr.wl and nun and will nftk Iiume for
OH YES! Oil YES!
Here We Are Again. Just received over
500 pairs ot snoes 01 me laiesi siyus.
The above is an addition to our already large and
4,.,.t hnnta nrwl KIlflPH 1HJW UIl uaim.
f'OIlllUcltJ BIUI A l , -
' We have the largest assortment ever "0 v
xt u Wr.c u iMakn ami as io uncus c ui. a
IUI til- ii ri a. v - ,
IComnetion and are sure to suit all who come
OUR STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
IS STILL Til E LAKUMl Aiui I""
BEST IN HARRISON. CALL
SND SEE US AND SA h
A special teachers examin
ation will be held in White
river precinct at Dist. school
house No 11, Sept. 28.
Elsie Merriam, Co. Supt.
District Court Proceeding.
District Court for Sioux county con
vened at the court hnuso Monday after
noon with judge. Westover presiding and
G. Maher as court stenographer.
Following attorneys have legal cases
in court outside of Sioux county were:
M. F. ILirrineton of O'Neal Judge Crites
of Chadron Fanning and Porter of Craw
ford and Wilfoer V. Bennet of Omaha.
A. decree of Divorce was granted to
the nlaintiff in the of Mckean vs McKean
and the custody of the child given to the
Also decree of divorce was granted
in favor of plaintiff in the case of Kauff-
man vs Kulfman.
The case of State of Nebraska vs Trv-
inz Gillmore is now being tried. There
are about 30 w 'messes in attendance in-
clu.limr both the plaintiff and the defend
ants witnesses. Both sides are fighting
for every Inch of vantage ground in or
der to sustain their respective side of the
case. At this Wednesday evening, it w
impoiiible to say ?ut how the ease will
LATER 7:00 o'clock all the evidence
in the case was in at the above hour and
court adjourned till 8 o'clock thin morn
ing when the attornies will make their
nice to the jury; the attornies for the
defence and the plaintiffs each being
allowed two hours to lay their case Be
fore tbe jury.
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B tistis. Fashiofufclr. Original. Feriect- V
t;i.n Pri- lOnnd 15 cents.
ft Nonehljbtr. None btticr at any price. A
S c. twii.LV niffchAr.t sells thtm In I
nearly every city or town. Adc for T
them.orthrycan ce ncu oyn; a
ui la either New York or Cticsgo. v
SUmps Uin. wiefi wauuu
tent ucoa receipt ct one cent to jay
her and her o'J.cr
Wm. Fry, I. 8. Mcintosh,
Emory Gillmore, Abe Mclntokh,
Fred Pullen, James Maon,
Rev. Barr, J. Stimpson,
David Collvillc, Lewis Brundage,
Fred Blomburg, . Chan. Kalstrura,
A L. Fisber, Pullen,
IL Brundage, M. J. Weber,
C. A Puddy, G. J. Crawford,
Aug. Kawkinson, Ezra Tucker,
Mrs. J. Stimpson.
The Crawford Gazette in its issue of
the 18th did coadesend to make a five
line local regarding tbe nomination of
lion. Lewis Gerlach of this place for
representative at the convention held
in hia tnvn nn the lOtli Inst And then
tha local as it was written wan intended
mora as a compliment to Editors Horn
of Chadron and T. J. O'Keef than lor ir
Oerlach. Not a line of the convention
nroceediniF were found in the Gazette.
That newspaper enterprise from a
publican standpoint. Tbe republican
lit.AM an nn different however, IO
rfnrd than other places, and any
thin? that U'nt of the cold tanoara
MMaaion ia contemntabU. and beneath
the notice of tbe class of Journalist
Lalf happy aod hfe
MARRIED: At Douclas Wyo., Mon
day Sept, 12, 1898 Miss M. E. Turner of
Boston Mass., to Charles M. Thomas of
Warbonnet precinct of this county aged
respectively 13 and 23 years. Mrs.
Thomas is a daughter of Mr. George
Turner's nephew, who is a resident of
Boston Mass. Though we have never
had the pleasure of her acquaintance
we understand she is a lady of education
and rednment and will make a compan
ion rif uhnm Mr. Thomas may feel
We have had but a limited acquain
tance with eroom, air. i nomas out
what we do know of hiro, it is in every
way to his credit and it is our opinion
that Charley will fulfill the most san
truine expections of his better half whom
love at first sight cbese as her loving
companion for life.
We understand there was opposition
to the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
bv her parents, but the journal holies
that the future will demonstrate to all
concerned that no mistake has been
made by the union and that the day of
reconciliation may spon take place.
Hie JOLKSAl, Wlhlies w exieiju iu
gratulations to the bride and groom
and it sincerely hopes that connubial
bliss and happiness may be their portion
McKinley has given civil service a
black eve bv making sweepiiig removals
to make place for his friends. The Jot'B
SAL believes he has done perfectly right.
"Tn lha viftor belonirs the spoils." If
the president wishes to carry out his poli
CV be Outfit to H:iv Hill nlll (.uinpiri':
c-otilr.d of t'i& ;titire m uhitiery of the
government. 0ml service as practiced
by the government during the psl y0
years is a farce.
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. the day, Home Literature, Mou;
J liii:t, Fancy Vork, Ccner.t I
,4 . 60 YEARS'
' j Trade Marks
re0 Copy Riokts 4c.
. - unin . .k s and dnrfiptlon may
qmcslf sucenain oar lVnUm trem f1"
fiirmtlnn lo prot.sl.lr PJtwVJiS;
twins smciirtnu'"" ',""""-'
ml free. OMrt ac enrjr for swonns P-
inn.avn siu.wi a. w. -
Invaluable for lire home. Fashions of D
6 l iction.all for only 0 cents a year, la- fi
J innar.yl:inr. tend v;o 2eot klamps 7
5 furamcleccpy. Aadrea
I t:ie :.!eCAi.t ccrArr, 5
' iC-V.'i "V't I -In Street, NfW Yori.
JO l'iiih Avenue, Oiiu;o.
twins strtctlr eon
HrU wAUx, without ehsmo, to tbo
W&Co."'"--' New Tort
Mrs. Anna McMalon Is visiting friends
in Fort Robinson this week.
Gertie Marking is now working at the
Blaine Hotel, Chadron.
Miss Tillie Chri-ttensen accompanied
I .or .Ltor Mrs. Charles Newman to her
now home on Runnine Water.
IL Konrath is busy hauling lumber
from Edgemont for some new cattle
sheds he Intends to build.
A new voter arrived at the borne of
H. IL Wasserburger last Friday when
tut seen IL IL was about six Inches
taller than he used to be.
Andrew Waaserburger and John Henry
were pleasant callers at the Montrose
Post office last Sunday, while there they
mads some remarks about their goi ng
to Omaha to Uke in tne Trans-Jf issis-
alppi Exposition and also to visit their
old home in the east look out or we
micrht hear about a weddine or two
Da not lower be etesb' by vsU-tsers'te' list.
Rssd the truth. II will pat WriSs.
THINK OR STARVE
THAT IS THE ALTERNATIVE.
Wht fo9 How mucli I Hut Um than 91,0M ft
VfJsV aw J tW sJuw asvw i ww gm an- l '
Formerly NEW OCCASIONS.
Tkettst i One;
KioraKflgszh&. I Cw Mar a Ycsr
tstbsWerM. I W seals ssMBker.
JR. O. Tlmtr, roaadsr ef tW Anna.
VrtmmVH I. A4mm; 14. Utm OaaaskMM.
mm, Majwjfilv Nats. Sntnfina (lornnaNHit,
Holona tmi Fhriteai aaS KUikai Caltarc.
Aiming ksfSHfrsMta eWlltonS ssiMata mmm
SHi Wfsisny i isiiis sa. m jmmww
tnl frank Parsoas.
Mantes Waltar Olarfe.
Kasvn V. pf.es.
Out. H. S. Ptacss.
Prof Hb.kirf V El.
HsrWI a. Iiuu,
rraaea K. WlllarS.
Pros. OMirr A. UsMS.
Mary A. Umswre.
AUtf MvfKm taas.
J P. IIM.
Some Plain Facte.
Crave errors, injustice, wrorifS of
greater or less degree, arise f ran lack
of knowledge of the truth, end store
frequently from decepiirn.
The most infamous case on reord
of deception and injustice 13 th at
tempt to demonetise silver as a n.ancy
of final redemption in tl.e Uaitcd
There is no learned judge, f.killed
lawyer, or court of justice that is
capable of reconciling the effort with
the constitutional laws that fjcwcrn
the issue of money in this country.
The neor;Ie have been ceccrcd.
officials in power, chosen to adminis
ter justice under the laws, have
icnored their sworn duty, and given
aid to the scheme that has paraded
industry, reduced property values
one-half, and beggared millions. ,
There is no authority of law, cicr
specific or by inference, by w'aich
gold alone is made the only money
with which to discharge debts, ciiier
public cr private. The effort to
nake it so is unconstitutional and a
vitional calamity. 1
Fail and ample information, CsctJ,
trJ truth, concerning this almost tuc-.:cs'-ful
scheme to comer the wealth
of the people, i3 now being printed
,n the Cincinnati Enquirer, a niwt
rapcr which the combined powetof
money has failed to motile or buf.
The Weekly Emroirer it only 75c
a ynr. The address it
inquirer Company, Cincinnati, (X
STSOtAl T T .-S S Ulml stasias saS r
nn yai nv ran em smum sa4 rsssuejrv
tOUt SSOTrt, Ik Sim a tmIM Bamatlaa, kf
fmlrrlM B . AaasM. aa UlaNrsAM i sSS SafM sl
asMsaaassarysaes. IfrUa Is
Chits I. tan ft Cerary, rrill
ft PUIS AVSSJSW. CWCAOO.
I i ftaiQB ttacay , nervous dsWIlsy aai
lost yiksllty sn rree for II els. poetaa-e.
sVAN Y LADY cants a valuable eenti
Mrs. V. M. AM. CO. I
tt mt tri. rr, iiwivr.
which Brer Wing Held represent.
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