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I A LV. uce-j Dry be a I, i:" Ins .1/1! fHi stone, city, Ll? CITY, IMK. Dry Goods, CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES. GliOCK .UJ12S, CROCKERY, ic. STONE CITY, LEACH & NOCK, iber and Lime Dealers, WHITE FINISHING HE ALWAYS nMoned Lumber, Molding, Doors and Windows,. w jemember and remember aneW keep pure wliisky, gin and win jigars, tobacco the best, bat and bal [Jjooks, lines, curtain tassels, wall Wnd ceiling paper, soap perfumP maw and boiled oil, ink and papefj lyrugs, paintSj varnishes, glass and putty. N FOlt HULL V A 1'OR STOVK. Novelty Wood Works! J. 31. HAK Kit & CO., Proprietors. DIIVALL & MART rK.\I,EUs 0. i binders. |l AID HORSE POWER THBffli MM®. And other Farm Implements. Ixxv«n c* tj I 1 S,() DAK. 7 i WELIjBR. Work of all description manufactured to order. IX C. Aultman & Co's Famous fi 1)A K. ^K CITY, DAK., FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1S84. That IiiterolittkeCanal, Dakota Outlook, Some time ago the Outlook con. limit Hrlld su Sgesting the feasi bly o( connecting the Re. 1 River of |the .North with the Mississippi by of I raverse and 15ig i s stoue lIK' the Minnesota Hiver. The Grand Forks Herald gives the follow ing: later inhumation on the subject. Among ihe more important and stucUy feasible improvements of a public character in which the North west is interested commercially is the project to connect Rig Stone ami .traverse Lakes in Minnesota by canal. I this matter when lirst agitated at IOr ton villi and taken up by the Grand forks Chamber of Commerce was viewed with incredulity by many. Rut we had information of a scientific I character and thoroughly reliable |which all subsequent investigations j«»ave confirmed. The St. Paul Cham her of Commerce aroused by our action and the subsequent endorse- tnent ol the project by the Farmers Contention «tt St. Paul sent an engi neer, Mr. Geo. A. Kline, upon the giound with u view of ascertaining for themselves the feasibilitv and propriety of the project. The Rrowns alley Reporter says that the report of Mr. Geo. A. Kline, employed by the St. Paul Chamber of Commerce to survey the watershed between Big I Stone and Traverse Lakes, is favora ble to the canal project. According to this report the 1 ikes are four and a halt miles apart the waters of Trav erse are nine feet higher than those of liig stone, the nearest point of the Minnesota to Traverse is but a halt a inile, and the river as to normal level, is but two feet lower than Traverse, The old bed of the river at the foot of the Dakota Rluft's, where centuries ago it flowed into that lakt», is sug gested as the most feasible location for a canal. The junction of these two lakes is not expensive or difficult and a successful effort will probably be made to effect it this season as a bill is now belore Congress favorably recomended and likely to pass, ap propriating the necessary money to carry on the work. Water locomo tion is known to be the least expen sive of all modes, and with an open thoroughfare from Lake Winnipeg to the Gulf of Mexico, which will surely come in time, many of the vexatious problems of trailic will dis appear from the arena of discussion. Dakota Outlook. We learn from the Sioux City Journal that Rev. Wilmot Whitfield", of that ciiy. but who was formerly pastor of the M, E. Church in Yank (ton and later Presiding Elder of this district, is to be president of the Mitchell University faculty and is to I organize a board of instruction, sub ject to the approval of the directors of the university. The question now most nbsorbirtg the attention of our local vxehanges. is how to boom their respective towns. Every ingenuity is resorted to in order to create some stir, sensation or excitement to bring business, so tu as our own observation and experience goes, there is but on** se cret of success, viz: stand by your own town and null together. AVork in harmony. No good can pome of dissensions and strife. Patronize home industry. Don't, send awav for u'oods of any kind. nub'ss unable fo find what is wanted in your own town. Advertise your business and secure a good trade. P»e not sellish. He enterprising. lie honest with yourself and your neighbor, and if your town don't nrasperjifc will not be your fault.—Ex A Ntariliiic Discovery. Physicians are often startled by remarkable discoveries. The fact that. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption and all Throat and Lung diseases is daily curing patients that they have given up to die. is startling them to realize their sense of duty, and examine into the merits of this wonderful discovery resulting in hundreds of our b?st Physicians u«inu it in their practice. Trial TCottles free at A. W. ltes««'guie'h Drug Store liegul.tr size SI.00. ADVICE TO MOTHERS. Ave you disturbed It avr^rtixx. at night and cures dysentery i PAINTS, broken oi vitur rest by sick child suffering and 1 cty ing with pain ol'cuttitig teelhIf no send at once and get OHTHINO ft bottle of Mrs. Winsuw's Strcp VOR CHIMIRKN Tekthino. Its value is ii.cRl' ulftble. It will relieve the joor little sufferer immediately. 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