Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1898)
ioux County Journal,
li-AIRHSOnST, nSTEB-SICA., TlrlTJSmA-lT, OCT. 13, 1898
(nr Mot to--"' fJO QUESTION IS EVER SETTLED UNTIL IT IS SETT L.TO RIGHT.""'10"' William J. Bryan.
The Sioux County Journal.
Hubseriptioo rrit. f 1.00
OFFICIAL PAPER OF SIOUX COUNTY.
Gen. 1. Canon, - -
Entered lit ttin
Micond c'Ihu matter.
As we have lieen unable to secure
a copy of the minutes of either of the
three convention which were held h're
last Saturil:iy we are not ir-.ii'eil to pve
the result to our readers in this issue,
further than to .say, A. T. Clark was the
nominee of the democrats for County
hereby ordered and instructed to trans-j W, L. Farley
lion Leivis Ucrluch Hie next retires n-
1.' 1 1 tor. ! tative is one who is iuitly en tit led to the.
support of every lnuiest voter, lie is
HMTUwn jKiom.' iwjtliM candidate of the people and will
j when eleetid. think, speak, an 1 net, for
the iieople. Here is what the Rushville
htaodurd hays of him.
Lewis (lerlach of Sioux county, is the
reform canJidate for the legislature from
this district, unci should, und doubtlevs
will receive every fusion vote in the tlis-
-WiHj;T t ! j inci. iieisoueot uie oiuuaru, uuv-
jJjjV'fvi.f V fv i publican form of government before
I '! ! many of us "had got our eye open. .
When he s to the stsssiou tit LiiiCiIii
j this winter, it will not ha necessary to
', nppoiiit a comiiutlo lolind out what his
views me. He is not only a free silver
man hut believes in ncient ilicalo money.
lie believes th) decree of this nation
Iseipially us f;ood before as it is al ter it
has pa!-s.'il lhroo;,'li ti e haniU of any corporation.
6 U-OLZX! iff-
rs l'rori'f 'iin.
l.iri i-rnii, Nel .
27 ? Jot'!iN.M, A7' .'',
w qiKireli on t'lv- Chicittjo
platform, hut mil w,t l;ilite
to wj'port and ii i,d- f,,r tin
election of cuinli'l'itK fr the
rariuux ofjicc to ?-,. fur
thin full no inatt r, irhthir
they arc Democrat: '..fdit
or free silver AV .''. '
endorsed lj all lhqt,-, ia pa r
tie, conditional, hJm-r:. (hot
thejj advocate bl-ima'U- ll the j l,Hin.'vtuml in a body inspected Hih con
inCOme ta t lau (j')itioil to' tract work let P. licy for cementing
national baitfi'-i .of (lre f.iundatiou under court hu and the
,mW to the rfirr. :,!, of f' sat i factory and approv-
areenhach and tmeurn note.
U t 'I tli, 1 -ifS i
Fi iard of ( 'ounty Coonnif. doners" met
in regular w-ssioii.
l'li -ii nt J. M-ttlen Andrew Proc.tinier
and Ji-us C. Jlon ami Clerk.
CoMitiUssi'iiiers proceeded with romine
ei.1 by tlw IVianl.
! : un nwili'in iviarn no oilmen uimi
laror lover ninth coin mi. oj ,
., . , t ! ucliK'k touiarrow eiioriun'.
railroad. tiUunn-'i in tele.-, M. J. Htx.v.-r.rr.
phone Unci and the' (tutlim-
i. in)ii i bank- i
iff iij 11 a It OH ' lUrnvm .
iltVlti. 1J '"'HI
?)(7 xtfnK and
jioned L th ;;''
IJv A. T. Cl.v.h:, lipty.
FUSION ST.VUTU MX
for Cnvrr.-.' :
noN. w. A.i'jv::!L:!t.
t or l.li ni. t
lie: . ' '
. in.. .... -
t or Muti ticir' :
j. ii. y:'-!-:."'n.
l or AttnnV Ufiier.':
nos c. j. !vn!.
fur Com. Pub. UiH-l- A ' :
HON". J. V. V.'.I.I K.
v,r fnjil. fnnltc ln:t.i--i '
HON", V. l:. JA Iv-ioN'.
For Coi!r''. fth l
For Senator I4lti scti
Tor RpprwrnUtlve. v. In.irn-t,
SMiat'ir Mutz will
address the i i-i-l of Sioux
fountv. on next Tufday Oct.
lflth, at two o'clock at the
courthouse in Harrison. AH
Phould turn cut and give him
i rousing wc I
Thrrc DoouTr i connonUatloii.
From Btnj.inun Franklin.
"When you are ou 1,ke
W ii to be cl.o--n for a m-dinne .n the
first place; wtwt frWM telln you is
1t to chosen in t! cond place; What
reason (i. TI.eoo , nay is test m to 1
-hoHen in the last j.U I!l,t ,f J'011 ca"
cret Dr. Inclination. Or. Kxpcrionne and
r. Keaon to holJanMiltation tosetr
iiu. will env vou tlio lst advice
ihftt ran u inken.
WMnvou haveaM-"U Or, mn.na
lion would recomm.-.J Chamberlains
Ough Remedy b-rau- it is pleasnntand
afe to Uke. 1. K- would re
commend it Wan it neror fails to
.,fW . 4 .,,1 immanent cure. Or
Ituiunn would oinmt-
ncu on t,reV (.!'' 'wV'nK tho
lung., opening ll mh retions and restor
ig Urn .yem t- natural and henllhy
cmlitloo. ForMLhy Or. J. h rinn-P-
-Our r.uu"..y m'rt w,,h
t. uukn-f; anil ittlimeRun
i iivviiiwviaui in i ' ' -
-Ll. . . tl to Om floor,
Lrll in ..rvtliin: wa
I . woilia neiii mm.
w rou Id hear
WJ ilet,nair. when , liereafte
.,"w i -
' Hoard met pursuant to mljournmtnt
i Present full board of commissioners uud
, Ou fii.it ion the 5jn.rd passed the fol-
. lowtm; resolution :
I it. re Iv.d .v th
i ;i' i-i in r-rii!ar
: l lie i ootiiy treason-!- b.i tt u tli :ne:i 1 and
ha U h'Tftliy instructed to ;ez im 1 ljy.V
j upon in the manner provided by law all
warrant in the hands of the County
i clerk is.iiied to parties who lire delin
J (jueut in their personal taxes and apply
the same thereon.
On motion Board adjourned to inspect
briJ-o built by James T. Mason under
contract aciuss dry guk-h near J. Stim
M. J. Blewett. '
By A. T. Ct.AitK Deputy.
Harrison Neb. )
(Jet Oth, 1HH. f
Board met pursuant to adjournment
present full lxiurd & clerk.
It satisfactorilly npiearinp: to the
board that in e;u'h Bodaro and Hat creek
precincts! thero aro lesi than 15 lesal
voters, and that by consolidating .said
precincts with Fivo Points precinct into
one precinct, it will lie a caving of ex
pense to the county for election purposes
and precinct expem-es, and with a view
of making it as convenient as possible to
the electors of said precincts the follow
ing changes in respoct to said precincts
is on motion made by the board.
Sections 30 and 31. Tp, 83, It;,', 53 be
ing a part of Five Points precinct ifl at
tached to and made a part of Sugar Loaf
precinct for election and precinct pur
poses. Sections 2, 3, 10, 11, If, & 15 Tp,
33 Kg, 56 being a f art of Bodaro Pre
cinct is attached to and made a part
of Wnrbonnet precinct for election and
precinct purpose.. Sections 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,
9, 10 17 & 18 tp 33 Rg, M being a part of
Five Points precinct is changed to and
made a part of (i)ttonwood Precinct for
election and precinct purposes,
Bodarc, Hat creek, and Five Points
precincts, are consolidated into one pre
cinct hereafter to be known and desig
nated as Hat Creek Precinct, for election
and precinct purposes and embracing the
following territory to wit;
All of township 33 H?r M excopt see's
I, Vi. 13, 21, 25, & 30, in said township
all of township 83 Itg 55 the north half
of Tp, 82 Rg 55 & nec's, 1 1 to 24 inclusive",
t. 82, Kg 55 & see's, 1, 12, & 13, tp. 32,
Highland Precinct, for the same rea
sons as in making the changes in reg.ird
to precincts obove stated is attached and
made a part of Andrews precinct to bo
known as Andrews precinct for
fer the following amounts.
From Brid-e fund lx9 3.43,
" " " 191 .17,
" " ' P'02 1.59,
" " lHj:i K. IB.
- " is;r 7.7U,
" 10!! 13M.33,
"special Dbt" 1M)1 .-.,
' " Jst3:l ' U.45,
" road " 1H) .70,
" " " ISHI) .3S,
" " ls'jl 2.03,
" " " lH'.Ci 3.24,
" " " lWltl 3.17,
' " " 1K07 WJ.82,
" General " lSal 4'i.23,
" " i-m c.n.3.c
" " " ., 193 35,78,
" ' 1S93 17,11,
" ' " 18(H 50,00,
To Oeneral fund of
On motion the voting pla'e in Hat
creek precinct, as -now estub ishwl will
be at the school house of school Oist.
Ou motion in Running water precinct
the voting place is changed from the
residence' of A. McGinley to the residence
of Jus II. Cook.
Ou motion in Whistle Creek Precinct
the voting place in changed from where
Bell P. O. was located to where it isnoiv
On motion the board upon inspecting
the bridge built by James Mason, across
Dry gulch near J. Stimsons place report
that tlm same is satisfactory and up
proved by the board.
The following claims against Souix
county were audited and allowed and on
motion warrants ordered drawn on tho
general fund of 180S forsame.
M. J. Blewett court costs in state case $13,
Iiewis (lerlach Paiipur Supplies 5.10
Grant Guthrie s airy as Co. Atty 75.03
John Murray serving subpoenas . 2.8u
riios. Hidlv work in court house 11.00
Samuel Tobb.!t bearding prisoners 30.00
.1. 0. Byrnes s-rving subpoena 4.50
Perry White services as bailiff 12.00
Pat Licy cementing court house 125.00
Chas Itlehle ' 10.05
M. J. Ble.vett Salary & Postage 102,15
Omaha Printing Co. Stationary 3.8J
1). 51. Sutton baiUir 10. 00
V. A!" Hester.
J. W. Cluistain
John Ost Hinder
J. C. Parsons
J. J. Kifip
M. J, O'CoDnell
Henry Brund iga
Jacob J. Grove
The claim of J. T. M
n of 211.00 for
completing county bridle was presented
oud on motion allowed pid warrant or
dered drawn on bridge-lfind of 107 for
Don't send away for Dry Goods and
Groceries when you can buy them as
cheap at the
Hewitt drove to
'. Hoard of county j A. V. Crites iiervices as Atty, claimed,
.i . 1 .r. .tl .... 1 1 ft Oi'l
Tlios. Holly services as sheriff 153, i5
Grant Guthrie expenses asCo. attyl3.C0
J. Melllen services as Co. Com.
J. C. Meng " '
f that e thciiin
. i ..VilrvChamlierlains election and precinct purposes umbruco
ome ne dvtwil ' " , ...:,.,...,,.,,.;,..,.
,i ;t no, and me ursi m(, imwinij ,;l"v"i )
Vain Balm. V
p.,u,r cbrbMiM ,,'"fr'1,1r,,a
All of Andrews precinct as heretofore
established and in addition thereto the
territory embraced in Highland precinct
as lioret) fore established.
On motion the Cuunty Treasurer is
A. Procuuier '
John L. Tucker
I. S. Mcintosh
J. E. Hartwelt
II. L. Fisher
J. E. Phinney
M. J. Welier
L. W. Fry
Tl L. Barr
M. II. Green
Henry Brund i go
Mrs. J. StimsoD
J. T. Mason
Mrs. I. Gillmore
N. P. Nelson
C. A. Puddy
W. B. llarilman
W. ('. Dickinson
J. B. Burke
F. W. Meyer
Win Gay hart
II. A. Priddy
E. P. Maine
E. A. Haseliiiist
W. O. Patterson
bridge spikes, and R. Jrvmr tor services
as juror were on motion laid over till
The allidavit of .Tame tacrone was on
motion laid over till ue)frneeting.
. j Clerk.
By A. T. KaRk Deputy.
Dont forget .lie speaking
of senator Mutz&t the court
house on next Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. JetT
Crawford last Sunday,
W. 11. Bonsell utid(nniily of Luak
have been spending a uw days at the
The editor having taken a week off
to do the exposition the devil of the
Journal ofiiee will undoubtedly improve
the opportunity and hg ''Monarch of all
he surveys. ;
Old fashions in dre-s rnav be revived
but no old-fashioned ipidicinecan replace
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera, and Diar
rhoea remedy. For $r,le by Dr. J. E.
Phinney. , -A
Mrs. E. J. Wilcox Joft for Omaha on
latt Monday' evening.!.. .
Lutheran services will be held at the
M. E. church in Harrison on Oct. 29th
at two oclock. J .
Glaus Oiristensen, left on last Mon
day evening for the exposition.
Mr. and Mrs. Grisold were driven
to Crawford on last Sunday and from
there took the B. & M. to visit several
points of interest but ostensibly to visit
Owing to the amount of space taken
up by the tax list and the commissioners
oroeeedings we shall b4 obliged to con
dense onr local new for a couple of
weeks. . ,
Mr. and Mrs. 3. VCTeaman start
for Omaha on last 1 :.rs'lay eveni
after a short stay t.jr VjiK-SwRman
will go ou to St. Louts to ) is.it. relai '
and Sam will relujn ta his home he
expects to winter his fst ndf, in the neigh
borhood of Pleasnt ridj.e this winter.
There was a gra-id outpouring of
arrisonites this weiiW and as all roads
lead to the exposition at Omaha, natur-
lly our people followed the crowd, ihe
following are among the nuniler who
left here, Mr. and Mr t. D. H. Griswold
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mirsteller, Mr. and
R. Neece, Mr. .lllaus Christensen,
Mrs. J. E. Wilcox Ileurv Warneka (.has.
:hiltz and John L. Fay. They will
have a grand jolliviratioii no doubt.
Buff Coffee, one of Sioux county's
most valued and respected citizens will
leave with his family on Thursday for
Georgetown, Texas, to spend the winter
at least, and may ppssibly remain there
permanently. But vu hope not, as we
cant spare any of our geod citizens.
RANCH SUPPLY HOUSE
in Harison, as you can in Chicago at
the department stres.
GERLACIf, proprietor of the Ranch
Supply House has just put in a full
line of Gents furnishing goods for
Fall and Winter wear.
He will sell Overcoats and Cloth
ing cheaper than any other store m.
Harrison. Come and see for yourself.
find the Ranch Supply
use will no! be undersold
on Groceries & Provisions.
Come and be bOnvinced.
L. GERLACH, Prop.
How to l'rc vent Croup.
We have two children who are subject
to attack of croup. Whenevcran attack
is coming on my wife gives them Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and it always
prevents the attack, It is a household
necessity in this country and no matter
what else we run out of, it would not do
to be without Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. More of it is sold here than
of all other coueh -tiedicines combined.
J. M. Nickio, of Nickle Bros., Merch
snts, Nickloville, Pa. For sale by Dr. J.
B. E. BnrwsTwt,
D. H. ORLSWOLD, Cathier.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $50 000.
Transacts a General Banking Businei
.American Exchange National Bank, New York,
OMaha National Bank, Omaha,
First National Bank, Chadron.
NOTICE To the voters
of Five Points, Hat creek
and Bodarc precincts. Your
ittention i3 called to the fol
lowing changes in your pre
cinct boundary line as follows
sections 25 & ?Gtwp 33 Range
ft 1 V ' .1 A. .1
O-i lias OOeU JimiexeU lO ailU You can be well-dressed man
i i a i j j it von know -ttiw. Write us for
made a part ot the territory samples and uooicia ;;) to
l.oou wen, urcss n cn, ana
pre- save Money."
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
BTDBAFTS SOLD ON ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
Wa can make to
your measure a
f ine, All-Wool
Latest City Styles
The DAVIS MACHINE CO.
comprising Sugar loaf
cinct, nectione 4-5-G-7-8-'.)-l()-17 uc Fai pimo
& 18 Twp, !32; liange 54 Jias,
been annexed to and made a
part of lite territory com pric
ing cottomlood precinct.
Sections 1-2-1M2-13&14 twp,
32 Range 5G lias been annex-
On left Hide or hip of cuttle, I
On left shoulder of horsca. )
VI! tin pre on the head ol War bonnet
Addresa Iliirrlnon, Sioux Co. Neb.
On left Hlioulder of cuttle unit
Iliniilfe on Little Cottonwoixl.
., i;iawford Nebr.
I The Journ'ai, will publlxh your brund, Ike
I tlio followlnir, for 12:00, per year. Knell ail-
ed tO aild made a p.'irt Of the1 imionul Mima 75 eent. .vi-iy nirmer or
territory comprising Warbon-i ri"":'"i,,,n 1,1 sioux ami mijoininB eountieo
net precinct, and that th
remaining territory in Five
points, Hat creek and Bodarc
precincts, has been consolid
ated into one precinct, to be
known as Hat Crek precinct.
M. J. BijKwktt.
, ('nrnitv (!!erk
tiionM mlvertlw! tljelr brumli In Tiik.Ioch
SAL an It clrculnti-a nil over the stnte. It
mny lie tlio meiin.i of ftavlng money for yon.
' r. o.,
On left aiile of cnttle aii'l on le''
a hoiil'ler ol hore.
rt:ilijre oil AnlBlopo ernek
( tv.lfiin it, floni Co., Ne:.
Hy virtue of nn onler ol'Huln 1
Clerk of the District Court ol
Sioux, und Ktnte of Nebraska
rendered by nalil Court In '
II. M.il", lleiijninln Ornli
Jr., und IlarrU II. lln
und Jiinie Clurk, Gr.r
ltlmlera, .Mnrtln (iir
hli wife, anil W. J
I wilt on the 27t
at tlm hour or
the eiet f ro
South ' ,
.ZL M the""'",. V
""" u defend'"'
Powered by Open ONI