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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1898)
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V ).. M. V. It R. iK the best
tu ami frtiRJ the
ii'A:W-01 AM HOT SPKIStj-S
Ci t 1CIAL DIRECTORY.
STATE Olfr iCEK:
.t... j. rs. nh Governor
I: i:-irr!n Lieutenant liovenwi
v irt-r SccroUvy of Mat
.'..i ! '-H-ae.il Auditor
, rTe Tremairer
r. .i siiv'-. Attorney tieuoral
. v li.r- Laud t'oiimiiwionci
.v V j,i,"'i-.iu SnpU I'ublie Inuttuct ioa
JoI.m W. T. ir.-tou V. S. Sonator, Omaha
n ... v nv-i - U. 8. K.juator, jinuuou
f U. -t!u if. i ontrieiin:in U-t Uit., Lincolu
UHtvnll, Jrfl " r'remoiit
I vt.-i, " Mi " iarwm
i u ,,r-. -ftaiul. " 5lh " Kelson
V. i (.wj!,. " C'U " Kearney
J .1, 1 UJvan Chief Justice, Colnmbns
j . (). f. U...Tisrm As"te Judi,-e, Grand Island
T. I . Jiorvat Associate Jude. fseward
L. A. ;mpbcU0toHt an Lincoln
rtFTELXTH JUDICIAL DOTniOT:
K r. KhiUiil.l ...Jad:?, O'Setll
iy. n W, -stover " BusbviBt
i. J. BlftWf.t tllerk, Harrison
TKBM9 01? COUilT:
Hldtrict Court, At Harrison, commences
:ipru.irterm ?lay OtSi,
"all bept 19th Jary IStli.
Cmint7 Co-.:rt,-At Harrison, commences
Stlrst touia.y of each montli.
Otto MutzKmator, Dint. So. U, Springvicw
Ju. Ii. Sheldon Dim, No. K, Lhadrun
COCSTY OFFICE Its:
Eobert Wilson County Judge
M. J. foewett Clerk
Oiks. Iiirt,!f Trwumrer
I3i- Mi risam Sujit. I'ubilc Instruction
Tb. !!'.": Sheriff
1i. 'l'liotuas ttiirTeyor
M J. Kt ; Clerk of Iiitrict Court
Airaat G:bri County Attorney
H0i.HU OF COilJHSSIOSEKS:
'r.. (?. Men;' . lt Disiriet
Andrew rrueunier-- - , 2d
'Jackson Mettlen(C'hairiJiiiji) 31 "
E. T. Pontlan (cliairman) Trnste
dotiii It&vu "
X). II. GrWod -
T. li. Mrtller . "
Tt'. Kolivrar "
V-'. If. l, i-.. ..... Clerk
Ja'w it Gerlanii '. . . Treasurer
I'-fSrt Eobwer ...Director
11, L. :-'rnu!k . Moderator
Xewta tier bush -- . Treasurer
CirrRCHES AND SOCIETIES.
.MethodSnt Sunday School meets every Sun
3y niornirtjr Kt 10:00
. , -y?. If. JlAV'H, . MlK B STeLL,
I VWOHTII LEAGUE,
kernlar bainei meeting firiit Tuesday
fjvetiiin; in eith month.
IX-votionjii meeting every Sunday evening
at C-M. MM. KekdalL, leader. -
JI NIOR LEAGCE.
3Vfc!et eai-ls runrtay afternoon at 2 -TO.
Mm. KtstiMLL., Supt.
J 1 KII Y UVhK I'OST, o. 845, 0. A. It.
Meet nfr7-i.i Mondy In each month in
lit ruv.it bouse at Karrtnon.
K. E. Llvermore, Coin.
W (JifMES OF THE WOBLI.
JTarrln ( amp. No. 5S, meet on earth al
4rnatH YC (iMetniaj evening.
V. H. Ji.vviSt, J.A.HlNfOX,
ClRrk. Con. Com.
VOTir-l.'S V.'OODMEN OF AMERICA.
Ji.e' e:ich nlternaK Patnrdny evening
n'ebK k J. W .Smith, V. C
- Ti low Clerk.
W ci make lit
t m. I ii V uul
I Latest City StyUs
Yoo t a well drejsea aiaa
om !, .cw. Wriu at for
- i Mrccy. ,
. '.j S'-t't F?-4
t ticUuiJ K1V -'" to ull leai
matters in justice, i.ouiity anu I'lsinci
i Courts, and before the United State
Fire Insurance written in reliable
2fLegal pajieTs carefully drawri.
Hai;'son. - Nebraska.
J. E. rllDCXEY. 51. I).
rhy'siian ftud Surwm.
All calls :von prompt attention,
office In Iirue Storo.
iiAnitisos - seuHASSA.
A.. T. CLARK,
Cfilee : S'-ejnd door frmn Jct'BK At, oiHus
COME TO TIIE
JOB WORK I Stationary.
bjieeial Ext uihion Kates to Hot
Springs S. Dak.
On diit"s namel bfl w at one fare
for round trip, tickets good for return 30
days from date of sale.
June W August 9
June 30 August 28
July 5 September 10
July 19 SSeptemlier 0
E. F. Pontics, Aent.
NOTICE: There will be
Lutheran services at the
M. E church Saturday, Oct.
th, 1898, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Rev. F. G. Vlvges.
NOTICE:-Mas;s will be
celebrated at Harrison at 10
o'clock a, m., every Satur
day before the Second Sun
day of each month.
Michael P. Waldrox.
k fan ips wno are m
arrears on subscription to the
Jocunal tor one and two
years are requested to settle
by January 1st next. It
costs us money to run the
paper and we feel the price
of one years subscription
81.00, is not much to pay for
the Jocunal and it will very
matenaly assist in making
the paper better for the next
year. We hope to make some
improvements in the ma
chinery of the office the com
ing year and we will need
what is due us to do so. We
have over $"00, on our books
and we must have them bal
anced up by the end of the
year. Geo. D. Casox.
Editor and Propietor.
fif To those wlio made
arrangements to haul us wood
on subscription, we would
like very much to have it
brought in as soon as possi
The Best Planter.
A piece of fiannell danipeced with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on
to the efTected parts is upe.rior to any
plaster. Wlien troubled with a pain in
the chest or vide or a lame back, give it
a trial. You are certain to be more than
pleased with the prompt relief which it
affords. Pain Balm is also a certain
cure for rheumatism. Fo? aate by br.
J. E. Piiinnev.
The Xccktlo Hoclal.
The W, W. will give a necktie social
November the 18th, 1M. Each lady
will furiH.h lunch for two and each lady
brings two neckties just alilf one she
wares and the other put in an enve!o
the O"titlornan pny SJiVc for the neckt
p.nd lunch and lady thrown in. Gi . t
Ahd-W s f Ml, O.i'i'j une coiimj all.
SUBSCRIBlS FOR TIIE
; rj i
Til is; week.
Two cars of cattle for
ale; calves cue and two year
old.-. Call on (I. Vr. IIkstkr.
M. J. Wetier of C!!ea u.h a Ilarrisiui
visitor on Wedne-ilav.
IM yo.i know that it Knowed on
SiieriiT Holly returned from Gordon
on lat TuesJay noon.
. L. Hoyt of Riinninjr water "as
doinj liusitii:-v in tlii city on Ia-?t Tues
day. Virg-il IleHer If-ft f i r Sioux city and
other eastern points on last Saturday
evening to pun bana cattle.
Another month of school has pasd
away, yet but words of iraise comes
from all hides for our teachers.
John Stratton has bought the Bert
Hamlin haw mill and w ill fies it up on i
the M.uvos ValJez plaoe at SVarlonnet.
Jerry Will made ye editors heart
clad on last Tuesday by dropping on his
round table two bright dollars to help
'the cause along."
As is customary the snow storm did
not forget to put in its appearance on
election dav, it never fails.
The snovr storm did not doter Mr.
Peter Bonrett and bis son James from
coming to town iavt Tuesday to -cant
There was a praml house warming
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Nutto on last Saturday niht it number
of our young Rooiety peo;. attended.
M. A. Kantian, of Iiixlirc, was a
pleasant caller at this olllce last Mon
day, and dropped a silver dollar on ye
editors desk to make him happy anoth -r
We forgot to mention in our last Ismis
thatn n. A. G. F.-h-r wh l in town but
week band us a silver dollar to contin
ue li s si.b s:ription, saving he wanted
the news from here ricbt along.
B. L. Smuck. bouirbt of A. T. Hugh
son, last Friday 20 lead of yearling
calves which he b -ought home the fol
lowing day. Thf;y are nice ones too.
SOTK E-I tali cattle bides and all
kind of skins with hair for robes or with
ont for leather. See sample and prices
in J. 1L BartelTs store.
II. Oi.HiilcilT. Glen, Nth.
L. T. Ponle. of Mirsiand Neb. one of
the 2nd Nebraska volunteers who has
just recently lii mustered otit was a
pleasant chiller at this office on last
John L. Kay, L?n Daut. John Her
man and (-bat Ur itt wer all four intro
duced into the tnysterien of the Wtxnl
nici of the World last Saturday evening.
They nre now supposed to be expert
Litte pa! riotism Sf sni-?! to prevail
in Running Water precinct last Tuesday
as no election vvas held st that place, i
Witiif !, tlm v-if rs p'ili!i.-'S ru!- t
he oug.'.t to cast his vR im viuciiuti O.iv
or do no kicking afterwards.
Sheriff Holly went to Gordon on last, j
Saturday evening as the Doctor in char
had sent word for h.m to come soon a
positiiH owing to the condition of l!rs.
Holly's health. Mr. Holly expects to
take treatment there also.
A. T. C'lai k left on last Monday noon
for Colorado Springs where lie expects
to make his home in future. Ill's family
will remain with Mrs. C's parents at
Slaptehurth, Neb, for the present. Mr.
Clark expects to enter an Attorney's
Hon, Lewis Gerlach can never say
in after years that Sioux county voter
did not do nobly by him in his race for!
the state legislature last Tuesday at thn j
polls as the vote has shown, he having
out-run the head of the fusion ticket -10
Mrs, Sarah Davis who has leen at
the hospital at Gordon for some t: me
has undergone an oper ition for the re
moval of a tumor which the physician
say bad formed on the bnck of one of her
eyes. As far es we have Ieen able to
learn the operation has ban a success.
Later we learn Mrs. Davis his had one
of her eyes taken out
A man wl owls on his way from
Grand Island Neb. to Sweet Water Wvo.
with a car of Sheep in some way got on
a gag at Crawford or some where along
the road where he started from and after
reaching Crawford started to Gler. where
he pulled up at old M-. Nelson's place iu
a demented stale of iiiina last night, an!
hence caused quite a litt le excitement.
To day Dielnck Nelson and S int Craw
ford brought him to towu nnd had him
examinined for insanity. But the board
decided it was a case of Snabes-in-the
boots and turned him loose when he will
leave for the Sweet Water country in
the morning. LATER while at the
court house ha picked up a rock and
struck himself in the head w ith the in
tent to kill himself. The slieri.T; M. J.
Blewettand others, who were with him
at the time helped place the hand-cuffs
and shackles on him and he was placed in
the jail with Perry White and 11. A.
Pr.ddy to look after him through the
j fight. What disposition will ha made
with bis case iu ttie morning we could
ti.1 1.. .... A ..!....... ....
Wvo., in m v r to one from the authori
ties here, says ho is oaly on a spree
and jwt him oo the trjio and ssad Uiai
V,'1' . O'.i1! ' ' . ix ''. . ' ' Hr.,'J ' -
Pri'lly thig wwl:.
Strayed from my Ranch one dark Bay
mare (no Brand;) about 10O0 lbs weight,
black legs, niana &. tail, may have Very
small star, is well hilter broken send her
to I.tislt Wyo., or hold her for me and
j;etyor10.0') O.J. Hemming.
IH'IMKD AVITII MI LlT A 11 V
IjoiIi Contrllmtc.s A Youutr T.lf
To Tlic J)r. n.e or tlu
last Wednesday .' fteitmon llie mortal
remains of ore of L d i's sons w bo died i
bis country's service were laid to rest in j
the Itsl t cemetery with military honors
Ed aril Lew-iii Burnbani son of llavid
Burnham a veteran of t lie Loda O. A. li.
Post and the lata Mary ("a'.h'.-rine Burn- I
bam was !orn in Loda, May (i'b 1""' and
died in the post hospital at Pre;di i of '
San FranciM.-o, Cil., O.-toher 25th. V'Ji.
fie went to Arir.oiia in J.muray. 1 and
from tbero to Seattle. Wash.." last .March
wliMri laa nliwfr.;! it, Av.ril tfi I'ji i 1
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Regiment Vashington Volunteers, t"apt.
O. H. Fortson ,'onmiander. Ho was
mustered into, tcmt-d s.ates ye
Ml. V It!!, lb,. ...Hili-un .rv ,,t l,.-).:.l
birthday ami b it w ith Ins r--inieiit for
S in Francisco, (il s n:i after. 1! was
taken ill ltd t!i3 iu:.i-.l-s an I iwat to
ttie liospital !i -r j be loco hut wjis
taken ill again sn'in after mid a-ain went
( the li!i-.;t.
wit'i typlioid fevr and
i d.ed as almve
Alt iioii"h! , d -:!h overt viU "H 1" f:ir
' , . , . , , ,
from bow s he v as i e la n'y s rr funded
1 by kin.l, n ' I; h"artd ft ends a-id sj i pi
i tliel'c hearts. The eng.-aveu silver plalo
j on the easkt-t wliicligive Ids name, age,
etc., w ith ihd b-iutdul buii j :i..-t of n.,es
besida it b c-jxik t ii cons 1 rule tlioagbl-fu!nr-ss
of Ins kin I oxri 1 m re lou 1
ly than did the dollars they doilati to
make Ins last led as peaceful an I pie as
ant Vy U-!io!..l as p.-issible. Eh-cia!y to
Capt, Fortson are the f.iends of t!i de
ceasml Jrealful for his faithfulness and
liirxhiesri in writing and wiring them par
ticulars before an.l after Bi's death, cs
well as fur his m-uiv attentions to hitii
Uuraig ois tl!:vs i...t. lurlsoii and tie!
brav boys of bis company will be fid-j
lowed l y the kiad widies of many i
friends in bi l l, liliii.iH, on their vojae i
to Manila, on winch ftiey em'tarked ofi j
the day i f j-luppii g tlie n n.ains 1 1 ll.eirl
late in i;,ce 1 1 le. j
-Lh lvu Post of ti. A. 1!. cterans
few in imrii'i-rs, griy- an I ynenibl,
nnrched to tiiu ; of dr im inqx, F. U.
I'alJer, piper, bav.d Ward, bass drum,
II r'lert Hartley, snar drum, an escort
imniediat.ly foil.nving th young Vol
unteer. Ti;s pubiii! acliool and all the!
business houses in ld-i were -lotl dur
jn ..,-rvi'-wH. f,ti..Mts vf.-e HH '
v.a.it r.-. iii.ti li', p no,.- I i '.el. !
into tbu ball and a lou stnag of car- i
rtHffcs from the country followed the
j harM. u, t!ia t.tm(.!(vv. ' clirriliafJ1
U-a a brotlier of Mrs. Rd t. VV.Ismu.
Th number of votes cast last Tues
day In B iwen precinct were fifi or four
more than was cant at the 1W7 election
and tiie party vole was us follows:
Peoples Independent. Party.. in
Free Silver liejiublicans 3
Peoples ili(ie. mieut , .. 2
l?uioci'Ot ic ,
White R.ier Pr-
i 'i net.
I 'etiincrat if
I r-;e Silver Kpiiblicun
Montrose Precim t.
Peoples Independent. 7
Sugar Loaf Precinct.
Republicans , 0 j
Peoples lnde-ndent.. j
Democratic...' ' ;) i
Snake Creek Precinct.. " j
Itepiiblicans ,., 8 !
Peoples Iiidt';ndi nt 2 J
tree nilver j-puiiliearis
Whistle Crevk Precinct.
I lemoi ratic
Free Silver liepiiblican
Eight prfccincts out of twelve shows
as we have thern compiled to be as
Republican votes 79
Democratic " Cf
I'eoples llldep" H2
FTeeSiver Kepub.. 11
I ksh ItNif ui tmutntm
Tm hM M f LltTI ever aaad. TsfcM
Tor IU mm for llwjiiptlve etnnlanka.
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mm ti rf
Here is noiosng tney oo noi
Flailliel Vll PUrPOSGS. AlSO
1 a. a.
Cloaks, Capes, Shawls, Carpets, Cil
i cloths, Matting Shades and Curtains.
We are Ilcad-quarlors for all kindw of (.Jrorrrics and
rovision., Flour and IY;d.
llipht lien, before v.e. forget it; we want to call the at
tention of. tlu? public to our Canadian P;'.re Maple Syrup,
j t ry it and 1)0 COM vi 11 r'ed.
IVa have on exhibition at our store one of ths
that can b3 bought Any where. Price S33.
Call and see that Range.
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