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•. ite v jtcls & Shepherds Steam •f and Horse-Power Threshers, MAIN STREET cV -Thrt" rooms over ,lno. A. Mun ug Store. Apply on the prem P.—»irl for i^eneral tuaisewroi'li" tfuatp taruily enquire C. L. Stone City. '•"..--Rooms in accoml story unit&ble i*. .i 1*'. ." ••!.« :mt•«. OEACOO 1 Fresh (ianlen s'eedfi 's. A blii-z-z-ai 21 A bliz-z-z-ard! got shot at Furber & Bur week, and they have 00 Hacks ported that Butler 1'.. Stramr, Marshall of Dakota, lis intends headquarters at lirand video, Minn., is likely to have seat war. If like Hit? Stone ild fall into the hands of thia es, what then'? 'en has an. artesian well ssO whieh throws up a alream to the hei^luli ol sixty-live -lyior of 1 A HEADQUARTERS Foil IP -A.3~t 1S/L H5I1ET. Ei machinery and implements I ®Epin Reapers, Mowers and Harrows, Eaton Harrows, Owatonna Seeders, 1 "numitlcd th« ot ier,|h^ aubjc. •«t Milhank. A Dutehmnn i a pitj ttw-J, in one of Furber i and baked it tland stoves, at Hardware Store. stock of Rubbers at .la i^s --er's. -evening '"'iiity their living with Mr. Taylor, ••I shortly coHnneneo farming 1'"1'1 »n thU vicinity. Maggie Fleming, ourjjnow' iniilinery ninl faney n»xds liist night, and will start luisi ,iSsoon u" si. art her building in the I'loi-k is refittwl. In a week u Sll lKt. n U',wiil :u^1 MV Challenge Seeders, Ch&inDBrl&inJrlOWS,'superintendent Rakes, Wampach Wagons and Buggies. Champion Cord Bindcre. —Alter April 1, a ooiulmUUo y Muiith or year. Inquire oi Mo- CORNELL AVE., BKj S'l'uNE CITY. DAK. $ B,G ST()NR jour inspection at oar yard of the following! '^tywear to any and every- JNO. SllMW- Mr. i- 'nmeron and wife re turned from iheir visit to eastern Minnesota yesterdaj. K. W. Hm-kford returned, last ni-h from KxofU.i««, Minn., and sb^d over on his route to (»roton. h,r, at LOCAL. I.ACOXIt*. 1 v nU" the other day. sawed into us seat war up in irant services on Monday evtnu ami Dakotian. i-4im V-ir'-mnl, Messrs. Tavern and,^ it ... .m.i outers, oi "v nt the •e Rrouud and at the rate of i ....nu jsinti set of si.icer House dressmaking U •, where he «o^ j^oval. of i'S under the manage-1 ments for tliJ ^'ri'Miced dressmaker, rj u £uPlly a need li,lghborUood. and were and are a 11 fanners •ns per minute. i s't in town, sxwh had been there as we know son e I like to eountry and it is: a nf taxation. and b:ilteil it, in one of exorbitant lev it i ... ell the Owatonna tiienwooo ,nilk testiviu«. a iu« -y i»iiiilin Koder. late of I)e stone creek, e^ou his foture bring his lie now 1 cr V long felt in ii i ar ftWer de!l lll»d low ur Store, at Mum00 iJl CT.TY, DAK., FRTDAY, MATICTI 24, 1882. The passenger "train last evening was made up of six roaches, all crowded with immigrants for the Jim Kiver valley and the towns along the route A brother of II. .T.Glasser together .with Mr. Rudolph- Struble. a brother in-law of the same gentlemen, arrived from Pennsylvania a short time ago, and are expecting to locate here. Our accommodating station agent is a Wisconsin man from AVaseca. on the Prairie du Chien division of the M. & St. P. R. R. He came on the fttli of March, and expects to lie sent to the front, first of April. The members of the prospective I. .0.0. F. are on the eve of making Suitable arrangements in their hall for the accommodation of the lodge, and among other things are having made for them an excellent wardrobe, by the Raker Bros. County Commissioner Jiarrofi staid (over at the St. Charles Hotel Wed nesday night, on his return to Wilmot 1 from Vermillion where the trial of iCounty Clerk Raillv is being held, lie was quite sanguine of the ulti 'mate success of Rig Stone in the •county-seat fieht, notwithstanding the faet that two Milbankers were ready I Deputy United States Marshall By- irouK. Pay, of Waubay, was in this neighborhood last week from Wed nesday until Saturdav, and from his intercourse with Sheriff Meadows it i was quite evident there was business in hand. Two arrests were made. 'Thos. Rurns, of Waubay, and Wheat on. of ilbank, both for re peating, or making government claims I in different localities when only once Unitith to the privilege. Verily, the way ol" the transgressor is hard. An instance of the rapid settlement •of lands in Dakota is found in the fact that (ieneral Beadle, territorial owviiM* lll.vuu 1 •k o OlTe lo elu.su uul "M I,amps and shades we them regardless of cost.. Of public instnution. i has been lorced to relinquish his i choice of forty-live sections of land of the gift of the government to the .Dakota state university. The slow I process of government routine in se- UlrtW'II for the enterprising immigrant. Try again. General. Dr. R. Welk v. whom we mentioned a couple of •ks ago as contem- plating locating .. "s has returned from Iowa where he had been to coni i plete arrangements for the removal of his family to this place. The doctor I has opened his oilice in Mimro's drug I store, and has already commenced the erection of a dwelling house on Hot adjoining the residence of Mr. John Molm. He brings with him the i reputation of a successful pract itioner, and we welcome him to our town. The S 'relr!ckM Slop. On the evening of our arrival (St. jrs^"2sr« '1a('k his nnmm.us ,miii liuhler's. friends in Big Stone and Ortonville. liarlev Arr."M. J^V! From the joyous'sounds heard later renter for J. 1- "!on we could tell that "all was going m(l]Ty as which bus sir.ee swollen b.ull i| miaeeustonifd to "tripping the 11ht ,on of I'nl.1 gettinn into it. lie !faMlaBtic toe," ere greally tempted lie har TU 35=S^E,,vrushMany been laid utT'work se\eral days. a mnrria^e bell,*'aiid thoviftii to out and join in the noisesome .»1pp of the leadingcitizi-us of Ui for we rind iuUu«:t.) mak® the oeeasii.n one of social 1 •harmony and pleasure long to leie !membered am! the high rarnvul credit to a Maidi Clras festival. JJe- V()Inl this wt, r.uin„t I n in tmvn two davs durinj? th wninT troat of the evening was the side-silittmg Mi« Toil' 1 miarter section^ iivann" will be prodneeu wuh WisMha«pi»-''^l]\)11lt.s,iiboul Hettie Molm, as Mrs. Fnmer w of land fvom .s.. C-• near Is. miler. wesi o intends to make home, as family from is making rmn wav would have done speak from per- knoWled-c, but have been told of Uu« present ttot th« host''of th« St. Cnarles whom w sts. i his that ^e .cna We now be«in to irwi eo t|lP kind 0t orJs(.,.,. T.and bo Monroe. The tabic our worthy and sold by Jones k Slapiist Social. Indies of the Baptist soeiety lotof'wi^wUluivJ'a i,ush and milk social at Charles iVall, on Friday evening. which the public are, Before the supper and recitations will the rnush and milk festivities "have been disposed of farce of the the I Miss Nellie IJnekley. as Fopney John u A. ip M« Wisconsin, j'"" Hornblowerand Dmvnio Mr Fnmer. A small admission Mr. turner. jn bB ch:irg(-d .not hint: at the door, but Urn wl.lv. 1 Seeds ^C5l2.IXl-0 Oil® .at Ekimlges 9 We wish to announce to the trade that our Spring Stock of BOOTS and SHOES, is now ready for the inspection of the public we have a full line of Ladies', Misses and Children's Button Kid and Walking Shoes. Also a full line of Gent's Button and. Alexis Ties we have the largest store and the finest selected stock, and and always make the Lowest Prices of air House in tin we feel confident that we can please all from our mammoth stock. Come and see us, and look our stock and prices on r. Two Thousand acres of land for sale by Jones Monroe. Cheapest Money in Grant county, 8 per cent, interest, at Movius Bros. The largest stock ol fumitnre and the low est iriccs ol any store in the county, al F. J. Monroe & Co.'s The finest oic.ir? and tobacco that ever came to Ki« Stone City are to be touud at the jiost-office. Ffirmers insure your property in the old Continental Insurance oinjany, ol New York. Jones & Monroe, ag^nt?, Big Stone City. CAWARD & STEVENSON. PAINTERS AND BUILDEiiB. ORIL STOCK OF Varnish, Mixed Paint, Colors in Oil, Paint Brushes, Putty, Glass, machine oils, cte., Call and get prices. Our stock of DRUGS and STATIONERY l'»rtie» wishing to buy land will do well to call on Jones & Monroe they have more land for sale than any other dealers in the county. Is also complete and well assorted, 3NT©ill cJb A large stock of the standard books at bottom ligures at the Fostoihce. Farmers should call on Jones & Monroe and look at the Kalamazoo Spring-tooth Broadcast seeder and Sulky Harrow. Just the thing for putting in sods. Get vour Sewing Machine of F. J.JMonroe. at the Furniture Store. They are the beat and cheapest in the market. FHESH SEEDS at Munroe's Drug Store. lERLosEseg-ixlo, Next door to St. Charles Hotel. 31 (Mr. nd whitewash complete. is NOTICE. In consequence of the recent change in the proprietorship of the HKKALJ*. we shall within a few days call upon all parties owing us, whom we have not already seen, and request a set tlement ol their accounts. Yv'e wish to get all the affairs of the old iirm settled upat as early a day as possible, and our friends can aid us giving our bills their prompt attention. DOWN N: & JUNES. Buhler it lialhm luve just receive!.' the largest and best stock of clothing ever brought t» this country, which will be Bold dirt cheap. Call and see them. uuuuo run oi I offer for sale, for the next ten days, at a bargain for cash, my entire outfit of household gooj#, consisting of one piano, one marble top b^dmom set, rnattrasses, bureaus, commodes, wash sink, bedsteads, chairs, tables, carpets, cooking and heating »Hves. dishes and in fact articles too numer ous to mention also about 50 bushel., of seed oats. The above can be bought within ten days at a bargain. Inquire of 0. T. Jones at the IIEKALD oflice. Big Stone City, D. T.