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The Grant County herald. (Big Stone City, Grant County, Dakota [S.D.]) 1879-1883, December 02, 1881, Image 1

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•j^.— l'nivcr
very Sunday
'hur.-.Vuy t-veiuuK
:it
^COSIO-
[vrclrv I'M hand at
|fc J)eN"} elle.-,.
Holme*
rug Stor--
oriel
i t-
i uitfciieal
if lTV.N.ii
jirflu
Congregational
wiil icdd fail
t.
ih'O. -Hi.
JollltCS."
n, retm ned last
L|fc visit lojiinids
K|||| rristown, Minn.
i»Jj le (jernian E\an-
}gg, attendance w as
lie ceremonb
JoiScr Foam Hour
formerly a citizen
,v one of the hardy
imtv, was in town
i wool blanket go
has purchased a
•ftewced the busi
uiy for local trade
St.
.As n-,«ln..l. iUi'l
the war path.
s will be held at
aext Suihlay inorn
ii, Kev. II. Story
dev. Mr. Keith, the
rgyniau will deliv
luiiv, in the evening
1
»rt sojourn in totvn,
home, in Yankton.
1
gentleman of pleas
niade a very favor-
tH)n
our citizens.
lcl disease of small
vailing in many of
pinmt'sota, has created
'•'fotighout the conn
uie ago l)r. Osborne
supply of vaccine,
and he ia now
a
"iil-tJJ !L„
/?s%
k\
hero.
llSkctSj ilt I
t-
I'hn^luT for
RIG STONE CI TY,
u i i.fio in us.
Anew
)inil nl I
shoe show 1 u.s be» !i
into liis lit'
Mr. Towne will
depot building this week.
4
Splendid w»'!itii"i' av!
farmer* in town.
Mr. M.ittier has jnst ree
liij.- of hardwaie. all an-!
Make your friend a li'iii.lay
of a nice cake basket, castor,
.hMbe ited last ring, t»r set of lorks or spoons
'be found at 'award & DeNo}elles.
couislill
ving some genu-K'over up the matter. Tw
weather of
it
Moiidav the
results in plated ware
iietcber's.
nf Twin lirooks,
itial farmers and
county, was iu
c, Uanp dollars »one tumme!
1
n rk
uu to rating them ilfllll(i necause
velles. l«-harm' of taknig illegal lees. i» au«
|Mr. Hailly had the temerity to do 1:
iis appoinii i,„jn.stly and manfully, the ri ,t
VTfT" T, their perseent,,: I*
•Iter look a "lcedle ,4. „„.i «r., Css
drumming up a false and gi
charge against him. Mr. Jiailly w
only gain i riendsand support tliroiifi
|out the count by this petty per.-i
•leedle
tions.
"'aide, llftiigirg, Librwrj
simjdy hnim.'iiKe,
week that the Hon.
Secretary of the Ter-
a full
him.
Mr. Kanutson lushing his
building along, and will hiiM- it
plcted by the l«t of «januar.
There was a dance at I.tvivl
banlt's new store last 1 hursday
ing, and tin' store w!» bo
to-niorrow, 1 In- -'ath.
For a fine lot of set-,
finger-rings, pins, sli-e\i
collar buttons, &e, go
Do N oyel les.
The
verv
ami ne is now) Georgia copper in
•wbiall who are anxi- three conn n 11 diamonds
thi' ^n,.... ,.1
S
""'scourge should it
nance in this vicinity.
vention is worth a
1 resent for your friends,
!,|Ug
Store aul see their
i' *r
s.
sa vs
he has sold
trn. yi'IH i" '•w'0 laontlis, he
Ull,ireceiving
new goods.
s,Jii
are now loaning
rj'|lluJig
lands at Ten per
u
i hey charge you no
1
oininission, and will
lrove up or on
1!lV»e
are the cheapest
lllu
trrunt county 1).T
^°tions at the verv
i nces !it o. \V. Jial-
.lid
Ohl-
'ari
.(•u-
i.p
The railroad company an- digging a
large well here. They have also got
alarcr supply of coal oh hanwhich
thwy are selling f-i" 1"
Norev liros. have iu-l i
their winter supph d' di\
clothing, groceries. 1 is
croekcrv, etc. Caii n them
their prices.
present
napkin
to
one.
Make your litt!
Tircsent of one »i our ehihl^ se
a Christinas
childs* sets,
,, knife, fork and sj.— .n.
m, 4iii.,w«ituf«ood ('award A, DeNove"---
All in want
vf (,'wit
them
The ring have started a petition in
circulation, endorsing the Commis
sioners. A short time
ago
they were
running around with a petition 'ail
ing for an investigation, which was
signed by every business man in
•Mil
bank, but that was before election,
and now that an in\ is
lv to be had, they are u ing
thing in their power to prevent
)lkc
i' arid
iv thou
!he peo-
^ving for investigation-and the.
.X uC,l^ 'l»# «»...»« a,o„„.l ,o.ng
their land. tax-payers to say that the ha
confidence in the I orrupiioui-
i
Ifvou want a tirst c!.».-a Sewing mach no
get it at the Furniture Storo, liikjbtonet itj.
(lvt your .'wiim udiiue o: i'
at the FuniitureStore. Thi'Jr" ar- 'I)
clieHpest
JTI 11 IT?
ui.irli.et.
Holmes."
I i, -'o i
oi Watches
it to this cit.
tvelry store
aie
(')ne of t'
work we
itiino ^as
if i'a-
lie smallest ]'ieccs
have beard of for a i'Hu
the attempted aru^t
r„u':lv this week on the
thirteen! litui i I v ill ill
in twenty-six whi-k in -J
and the last getrtawav \\ilh\
Sniall matter.—-"!
Count?
DAK.,
OJ'IMONK OF
l»laci.', and caim
looks of their i
Valley l51,we''1vi.
Aenint'
1
•*is »-d
goods.
To
II'
eu«
h-
ar-drops.
buttons.
award J.
to
best llogers Bros. Iriple-
plated Silver table wear, CUIMS In,
of Castor*. ':ike liaskets
1
Caw.miI'A li-:No\
1
u kb i
t'ream
aiid
tors, Knives and 1- oiU, -1
Spoonholders, Syrup rjteh« i..*
ers. Ibitter Dishes. alt el.a.
Napkin King*! to be "toiind at
11 1,1
(Jrant county. Dakota,
violently excited over tne to
board.- Appleton 1'iess.
i rt y
'Gold iu
t#
excliiim-
l111'
., f011-otteu
& it.-
remarked Fogg!
take
an ho,ir some day and leain
over again." ______
k&» ..ein/p.e-nt ta-rl
journed sine die. liAHtiON
Attest: A. P. Baili-y, Clerk.
Cliristmas cards in S're:lt
.FRIDAY,
Tin: i»ici:ss.
rdeen gel
all those
i'i i-".]
Miters HI tie
to Milhank on
hoy.-, must have 1
for
well i j• .jt 'i iu. (11oton
N e\Y
r.i i -l.akt'ii
from
tin- coi,uty
tiial went down
•lav! (iuess tin*
Tact is ii'/ a little
.. hmv
I'I OV Pi-
a
fi-rtain
Corrupt l'il ,y ::,1 remove
the same from i,rj ioue v uy to Mil
bank, hut tin
1
lit raid men made a
strong light in li'l'i-i!c of the present
wii
on in (Irai
city and Milhani, \.
towns (the l'onn i
it and now
both towns cliu'-i
Si one City says
scat and will keep i
elaiins to liave fairly won it. The
outcome will be looked tor ward to
Milbank was vlr.~n«-e.-.,i,nl in lu-r
attempt t"ire the ri'inoval of the
county se: '. ..i irant comity from Big
Stoi." to ihat I'laee. If thev would
eblb I "e o^le-eved idiotic asS of the
Kc\ nit of town, and get some one
with brains to run their organ, their
chances would lie belter for securing
the count v seat or any other favors at
the hands of the people. Lewis run
himself out of Owatonna and came to
(iram eounty with just little brains
and good breeding enough to think hi'
Could manage the whole county
nia1•i11::1 •. n which he has s'gnallv
fai "1. N• /. if Milbank wants the
county seai liicir best iiau wotihl be
to kill the yclpimr kvoodle whost
idiotic droolings only tend to disgust
ry Hi) .Mjenireu Pioneer.
"\\b v lie (irant county i i
that, boin ii.- Stone City and i a^k
is now the count
vi
i
(tu
K
DEC.
Our
lonte'.
e the contesting
ng tho present
i.is over
\. -tory. l»
!M the countv
while Milbauk
with r-* -1 by resident* of the
com y a-. ,! a-. i-\ outsiders who
luwe in:. i e ts Montevideo
Leader.
selection
atol (»rant countv
l.oth the M.lbanfc Ho view and (Jrant
HI.KM.I) clam.ing a victory .lust
,t tl»' l,',v tins .H- we a„ ..oi
-Ml
exac lv understand, neither do v\e
cun pn-heiid how ounty which cas.
onlv about live .=• -ix hundred vote
last fall
hundrc 1
as (Jrani
.,ss
s t'ue
tv ha
on,pi
.1 that
News.
utelldl
iioh of la:
nviiiir i'
with hi
atal thei
11-1
i
1
Ccr* on *oversi "tsi'iit
our h«
o i w i
I y a a e a 1
tind it to your inlet
member some tiling
vect your at tenUo
a'lord to borrow lnoney, pacing mlei
at the rate of I- per cent N-cond.
can von afford to borrow monev on
ymir hul'.l ill 1" I' I'f''
commission ot
o lvad and re
w i w e i
S I i
N i
1
1"
11
agent for procuring sou lln I a...
hird. can vou albud to boi at
'percent, and pay a large ooua, or
commit'."!
to be taMM "'-t 't1
vauce li'.m the money
when you can get
straight. per cent., at tae ....
Hawes (iibson paving
Election is over and Milbank is not
the county ^eat, and netei will be it
she can't send men out to elcctiouee!
that can tell the truth once
..while Messrs. Eastman s anu
!i
akl
(iuailon.,) M.'
ol k
l,"1
i«"k i:^»!"o.i
rij.1,1 of tlm
o'^lhrs l'ad better steer clear of
J.''/iioi"-
1
ll,t
lH"
2, 1881.
stock
us o i
i.s
i
winter goo^
in
,-ountN
are it
iw thi y
ion.--
the
G»ass, Fanning
borrow,
onev at
111]'i e Of
lonos. no
1
coniinissioii, and no advance in
If vou borrow J'»"
St.
1,n
Kespcctfully yours.
1
ll in
JUv votir interest at percent
eacil vear. Jf you u.» ij«t•
money, tell your i.e.ghbo U, 1
do the same by linn, tall and si, u
when vou are in town.
II AWK- A
liig tone City. Dak.
WlLMOT, Nov. 'SI.
w
oil oath since
We have a first-class
J11
thei
no
I'^^^at'NLi' Harron, for
one o1 tnciu elect ion.
i)nili'ibre running tin oa
rn !v"..re beaten at their own game.
people will not soon forget it.
They wt
and tin
at tlie
vanr
Peoples Drug Store
11
ATAXI'yykk.
BIO BTOHH CITT, T.
y Myw
L.00K o\it for n nusXa. for
very large, our prices are Hie very lowest that
can possibly be named, and in order to close out our remaining
stock
of winter goods. We shall name still lower prices than
{any heretofore in order to insure a complete disposition of all
Overcoats, Clothing, Flannels,
Horse Blankets, &c.
All these goods are in large quantities and give yoa the best
country
Presents.
for
Look over the stock of
CHARLES BBTCHEK,
Wnni.KSAI.K AND RETAIL DKALF-R IN
Hardware, Iron anI Nails, Stoves, Tinware, Paints, Oils, and
Mills,
Straw Cntters, Feed
smith's Coal and Tools, Anvils, Vises, Bellows and
AVobgon Makers fc3\ipplic*s»
[}. D. Buford Co's Kock Island, and
Inclnd'.ng a full line of Sleigh and Cutter liunners, Drag Timbers, Sawed
and Ihnt Felloes of^very size, Unbound Spokes, and everything
that enters into the manufacture of Sleighs and "Wagons.
Together with several other of the best variety of Walking Plows.
Tin Bliop.
TIN
NO 10.
a bargain of any kind of Holiday
CAWAHD & BTBVBHSON,
These are facts, we mean to dispose of all WINTER goods.
Look to your own interest and call and examine our stock and
prices before buying elsewhere,
CAWAHD & STEVENSON
Mills,
Black­
.John Deeve's (iilpin Sulky and Walking Plows.
siiof in connection with the bouse,
and all kinds of tin, sheet iron, brass and galvanized iron
work, and stencil cutting promptly done
and guaranteed.
NEXT DOOR TO A WARD & STEVENSON'S.
H. J. MeOlVEltlS. Manager

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