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HI IVJ I (Mllii E, CCOt C1 el Su all •eriai DGE & CRAIG! Coming in Daily. j't Fail to See Them. fOb again at the front, with a Complete 7 & Line of H?ARM MACHINERY! CONSISTING MAINLY OF VT Improved Dhanpion Cord Binder! aw and Light n n THE iBIISST* MpiON MOWERS! TIONT CUT. RE All CUT. of -fie Moline and Canton Plows. gd. lieftain, Coates, Ann Arbor and Ad pUN vance Hay Rakes. pglin IAD HAND CORN HTIVMS. also agents for the I Pitts, and Nichols, Shepard &, Co. Threshers. want the best binder, or a first-class Burnilig Thresher Engine, or any other itandard farm machinery, call on or MOVIUS BROS. & CO. .: l*«rr«Tilj suf«'* 1 ho News-Letter, speaking o the lephone between Milbank mil big btone says that in order to quell any disturbance in this "turbulent 'little village it is only necessary for sheriff Simmons to read the riot act b\ telephone, 11' this plan is not ef fectual it has the merit of being per fectly safe." Conductor Furgo last week sold his farm uf ltiu acres two miles south of town for 1,200. There was little of it under cultivation, and no buildings, but the price paid is indicative of the tl ilut, of land ill this immediate Ii hood. w e made a mistake in setting up last week where it said "Tuesday next Crant county will vote on the bond. JJLc." when it should have read "A week from Tuesday next." But ap ply the argument to next Tuesday June 5, and it hits the nail right on the head. A startling Ditx-overy. Plisiciiuis are often startled by remarkable discoveries. The lact that Dr. Kings New Discovery for consumption and all throat and lung diseases is Uailv curing imtients that they had niven up to die, is startling them to realize their sense ot duty, and ex» amiiie into the merits ol this wonderful dis covery, resulting in hundreds ol our best physicians using it in their practice. Trial bottles lree at A. W. Uesseguie's diu_r store. Regular size SI. The public has long since awarded to Ayer's Hair Vigor the l'oremost place among reliable Ilftir Restora tives. it is effectual, agreeal.de, and absolutely harmless. It make- tin hair 1 resit a.id luxuuant, and old age scarce and unfashionable. Ailcock's Porous Plaster. I RI'N VIII UK THS:R PI.ak. TI:KS I AII, I:VF\ TO CI iti:. Twkc 110 other or you will b«- Di* i i o i n e I i i K o i i n v i u .A.loock's. 1'hiladelphia, o()S North Third Street, Feb. 1, lbb3. I have been using ALLCOCK'S roiius fi.ASTKK lor a number ot years and always with marked benefit. I have been much troubled with Muscular Rheumatism have been treated by live of our best physicians without receiving any relief whatever. 1}. BIG STONE CITY, DAK., FIJI DAY, JUNE 1, 1883. 41 F. GAM.AOHRR. Weak. Kidney* ureil. C'ontooeook, N. II., March •'!, I have been greatly troubled with Rheu matism and Weak Kidneys. I was a I vised to try ALLCOCK'S l'ouors PLASTERS (had used two other kinds ol so-called i'ortn Piasters, which did me no hut one of yours has worked like a charm, giving me complete re bel, and I have not been troubled with Rhcu uiaiism and Kidney Complaint since usiu.-' them, and I consider myself cured. EDWAUD 1). 1 ll'llXlIAM. Striking Head Lines Are used to call attention to the fact that this is an advertisement of the CHICAGO, .MIL WAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY. Its EIGHT trunk lines traverse the l»est jKntions ot Northern Illinois, WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA, DAKOTA and IOWA. Located directly on its lines are the cities of CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, La Crosse, Winona, ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS, Mad ison, Prairie du Chien, Mason Citv, Sioux City, Yankton, Albeit Lea, ABERDEEN, DUBUQUE, ROCK ISLAND, CEDAR RAP IDS, and COUNCIL 15LUFFS, as well as Innumerable other principal business cen ters and Javorite resort? and passengers, going West, North, South or East are able to use the CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY to the best advantage. Ticket offices everywhere are supplied with Maps and Time Tables which detail the mer its of the line, and agents stand ready to tur nish information and sell tickets at cheapest rates over the Cflfticago, JlilH iiukec A: St. Paul Kuilwa), S. S MERRILL, A. V. H. CAEPKNTER, Gen. Manager. Gen. Pass.ytTkt Agt J. T. CLARKE, GEO. II. HEAbFORD, 1 Ge U Supt. AM't (tea. Pa*. Agt. Larp i 1 then used AI.LCCK'8 PI-ASTKK on the parts aU'ected and 1 can assure you the pain has almost entirely lelt me I can recommend them to every on as the b«st plaster made. 1 have tried other kinds but found them worthless. L!MAN & CO For Sowing on New Breaking. FISSIM The only kind to Sow. We will furnish this Seed on Time. No Cash Down. Pay after the Crop is Raised. For full particulars inquire of L. HOLMES & BKO., m! SEED Variety, Clean ari fit Agents for Minnesota Linseed Oil (ompanv. This Seed can be seen at M, A. Butler's Feed Store. The Grant County Head quarters are closing out re gardless of cost. ft A IS STOXE CITY, DAK. o I (L tv The Celebrated Dubuoue f] npn Are the best and lightest draft manufactured. Ave wnfram ed in every respect, and never fail to give satisfaction. The largest, best selected and most complete stock of 3 l- i aiif 3 I y\attornI) W Gr O n A West of Minneapolis, all warranted and made on honor. The Buckeye Self-Binder, AX I) New Buckeye Mower, Sulky Rakes, Hand and Self-dump Steam and Ilorse Power Threshers, and Straw-Buni ing and Traction Engines. It costs no more to get a fet-class machine of any kind than it does to get a poor one. We warrant everything, and are going to stay here to make our warranty good. 3 1$ blUlitttl'J! Spri lIG JONES & MONROE.