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(ATHOLIC—Rev. Father Hermelhig, Priest. Service in Pin: Stone Oct. 5, Service in Milbank, October I3tk. Mass at l'l o'clock. Methodist.—Services ill St. Charier-- hall every Sunday at 10: to a in, and at 7:0H m. Sunday school immediately art or morning Berviee. Class meetings immediately alter evening service. Prayer meetings Wednes day m. Rev. .'I. it. Mooere, pastor. i HUMAN P. APT every I ST.—Rev. U. i. Menger. raster Service in school houfte every Sun day morning at 10: i a. m. OKUM AN EVANGELICAL—lte«r. K under line Pastor. Services 1U:»M» a. im and s p. m. Suudav sc hool 11:15 a in. Prayer tneoling every Wednesday evening at 8:»0 o'el*ck. brother* cordiallv invited. J. STEVCSSOS, N. GK ,f. R. Scinv'ANTiiS, Set Temple of Honor* Meets every Monday evening at All non-resident members ol the order made welcome. Wheat No. 1, haad (iKRMAN E T1 i 01) 1 T.—S uiuhiy, July I dike U'. \V. Dowuie C.F.Welch F. at 10a an. in school house, ev«v MUHKU third Sunday thereiuter, every Sunday at a. sclioot m. Prayer meeting 1 Thursday evening at 8 j. uiu'Wt kohlhasae. Pastor. w. Ilex, 8. F. TOWRB, C. T. i.'. L. UOLMJSS,W. T, regular «t ii 3,' 14 Taylor killed seven wild geese it two shots, one day last week Who can go one better? Mr A W Resseguie was agreeably .surprised last, Monday morning by a visit from his brother ol Ellendale, Dakota August Mittlestaedt of Yellow Banks lost this week by fire about SGO0 -worth of property on a building and machinery Merrill EcKer of Grant Center came .over to mill one day this week and while waiting for his grist interviewed the boys on the comity treasurer*hip (juestion. Schulza brothers of this place have to-day bought "200 acres of land ad joining town, from Reuben Smith. 3fr. Smith retains 120 acres of his farm including the buildings. Our townsman, Mr. Andrew Wolf, took his departure, Thursday, for Oak field. Wis, and like all good citizens going away from home, ordered the IIKKALD sent to him Henry Keller who bus been a cleik in Stevenson and Towers store during the past summer has returned to Winchester, Ind. to occupy a luera- ,n,,u l,,s eels anything of the kind we have ween made in Dakota Rip Van winkle which will be pro ducec Saturday night vnd "Joshua Whitcomb" Monday night by Robert Buck and troupo will Wtnetwo finest renderings given in Big Stone City for many a dav. Turn out and give tliem a full house. They are worthy «of it. aspirants and those spoken of as f|OOd men for county nllices* ire !i:ive laad mtihernus callers this weelc. Yes terdav Messrs Fisher an 1 Gooch looked, over the ground, but could not tell much about the situation as all was uncertainty preliminary to th e caucus. Both are good material for the respective ottices they seek—the former, the district attorneyship thfi latter, judge of probate. ti\e position ]p(U.]-s that*resulted his nomination, so John DuVall has skipped for parts .Judge (Ji fiord can not be held respon-! unknown leaving numerous cred- .''ible iorthe lact that his friends were ,.4,,..^ ,tt. i iiuie to secure his nomination only by 1-I«inr», imi IK.,,, h«t ,|M) "whole community to rejoice at the rid- shown A Walker and Y Bostwiek of (iar-j delegates that supported Mr. Gifforil lield low nship which is choice and ex- Big Stone Township Caucus. Big Stone City, D. T. Oct. '2 1884. Meefin*? illed to order hv Henry NTeill ».i ,it ui of tile central A-omniit- tee. A. W, Movius elected ciiairnim. Moved arid carried that the diair appoint a secretary and two tellei.. J. M. Baker appointed secretary aid J* S. Ciwig i»l 11- F. Baker as ttai lers- Move 1 and carried that W. II. )viu.* be allowed to name his own delegates to county convention. Y. W. Thorn- JJ e yL Bennett, 1\ li. Hren- can J. J- Schiess Nels Johnson and jacks(u Bueliler appointed such dele- 1 gates. i, «. o. r. Moved and carted that a recess of inkpa Lodge, No ni I o. U. F., live minutes s:'»0 e. Vv. R. itlarkel Reports. £',).r*5 30 58 55 45 When symptoms of malaria appear in any form lake Aver's Ague Cure at once to prevent the development of the disease and -'ontinue until health is restored as it surely will be ly the use ol this remedy. A cure is warnnted in every instance. LOCAL LACONICS. Politics, politics, politics. Mrs A Butler and daughter Min 3iie left yesterday for Sparta, Wia Mrs I) W Cameron is just recover ing from a long siege of fever Corn in Dakota has fully matured .and yet the corn weather still con tinues. be taken reguiaiiy every tiesuav neiniijj at o i lot k in tbfir hall, HHeher's Block. Veiling prepare ballots for delegate4* i'» com- in which to missioner district convention. Before th^ lirst ballot was counted it was moved to take a new ballot and record each vote as cast- An amend ment was made to this motion that the lirst ballot be eounted. Amend ment carried. Result of ballot, Henry Schafer 71, B. P. Murphy 103. Moved and carried that a new ballot be taken and eaek vote recorded. llesuit of ballot, B. P. Murphy 92, Ilenrv Schafer 59, and the, following list of delegates were declared elec ted: C. F. Welch, J. J. Sehiess. W. MT. Downie, E. M. Bennett. P. B. Brennan, F. W. Thorndike, F. J. 17at/., Xels Johnson and Jackson Buhler. Moved and carried that the ballot be made unanimous Moved and carried that P. W. I Fountain, as chairman, C. 1\. Weleh, and XI. J. McGiverin be made town ship central committee for the ensu ing year. Meeting adjourned. J. M. BAKICU, See. .Steamer Mink. The Steamer Ediim, owned by W. P- Todd of this place was sunk to-day by the explosion of ber boiler. The steamer left here this morning for Foster with a small partv of excur sionists. Every-thing went on like a marriage bell until the boiler bursted throwing the bottom ot' the boat to the bottom of the lake. In a jiffy it was all confusion and worse than that the boat sunk leaving the crew and passengers to care for themselves bv swimming ashore which was a short distance. It is considered a ease of carelessness on the part of those who were in care of the boat. Hand in your orders for hard coal now and take advantage of present low prices. Will deliver same any time you want it. !ls ni:in Rev. W. II. I load lev will preach in imputation is such as to justify the conlidence of these men. He has Kt. Charles ball next Sunday morning •and in the evening will deliver one of bis powerful lectures on the temper ance question. He is a speaker worth hearing «in*l ought to command a good audience. eac^1 J. A. GOLD,Sta. Agent We believe that the Pierre conven tion made a mistake in not re-nomina ting Delegate Raymond. Iiis return to congress would have indieated that the people appreciated faithful and honest services. His defeat is a triumph for Aleck MeKenzie and the rest of the Bismarck capital commis sion crowd, and they opposed him because they could not make a tool of him. For these reasons his defeat is not calculated to encourage his suc cessor to make an honorable record. At the same time we have a great deal of confidence in Mr. Gilford. As Mr. Raymond was not responsible lor the outrageous trade at Grand ai(,of a ot «mpl, of Snr .iim syrup in imifiictural lis C. iu,„i .supported (iifford not 1M (.iails wjK) dance of such a worthless vagabond, bause he was the man of their choice, We ln,v, eonsidi'niljlj nmiiUei- ot the ^il'ir choice did so in i full confidence that he will not be under the inlbienee of the politicians we have referred to. .Judge Gifjord hitherto taken very little active part in politics and was cordially support ed by both factions in his countv al though it is one in which factional differences have raired with great virulence, llo is one of the leading lawyers of South-Eastern Dakota.— Flandrau Enterprise. A large stock of Fall and Wints goods—cotton llannel, new style dress jiiiighains, muslins, sheeting, &<•... have been received this week at Oehler &, JIussers. AKS1TOM, TIIK DKMIST. From Mi'.ltnnlc will be at the St. Charles in Big Stone City on the first Monday iu uanith, remaining several days. A (ircat DiM overy, That is daily briiu-itig joy-to the homes of thousands by saving many of their dear ones from an early grave. Truly is Dr. Kings New Discovery for consumption, coughs, colds, nstlnna, bronchitis, hay lever, loss ol i voice, tickling in the throat, pain in sido and chest, or any disease of the throat and lungs, a jositive cure. Guaranteed. Tria lilies free at A. W- lies^e^uie^s drugstore For Treasurer. The rmanimity with which the delegates favoral.deto Wm. li. Movius were elected by the Big Stone caucus is an indication of the popular desire him the next county treasurer his delegates were elected by accla mation, with tlw understanding that his name was to be presented1 to the county convention and his claim to the nomination pushed with all vigor by the delegates. His claims to the nomination have been present ed in the HEUALI before, and his fi iends can allord to trust to the good judgment of the convention in recog nizing his qualifications to make the rigi.it kind of a treasurer. Convention Gary Advocate. We *irant there was a slight i-ruwt at the .Aberdeen Convention aixl tlJat something eemed to turn Rrown to Day whiiB some ot the lesset lights got on bot'rd of the bigest wagon tor safety theae was much CHling-(t)on the question of a Deuel. Result, •'. toll. .., ... Judge Dri.ke of Aln-rdeeu didn propose to be withered by vny Ugnt Frost from Walworth county if he was'nt a member *f the convention, ami was allowed the indulgence of the convent ion for to pour a rouiul of hot shot that hit the mark small as it. was, and raised a shout and cheer i.rom all sides that wa» unanimo^i by a ^rge majority. "While it is reasonable to expect the republicans of Deuel county feel that, in all fairness they were enti tled to and should have had a repre sentative on the legislative tirkeS of tliis district and having been as we claim, unfairly crowed out the ques tion uatur.'lly arises what- are we going to do about it? Shall we "lly the track." swich olY."" so to spoils and go into ^u independent move ment? The gv iieral acceptation of a bolt is that .it .neans bad blood and it generally fallows that those who get w ha I loped n a caens or a conven tion. the niiiioii:y for instance, are hot for a bolt or to use the softer term an independent movement. Notwithstanding that we did not and would not approve i»f the mannar in which the convention was conducted or the plan adopted U' place the pre sent candidates in noii/ination we lo not fael disposed to go back on the nominees of a convention of which we were a member even if were on the side of the ority an while we shall now henceforth and forever nn ilinchingly denounce such m. fair and seltish movements on the pa't of a strong majority we have a/'ter a careful cjutenndation of the sit uatoin lihally made up our mind to support the nominees of the convention, be lieving that It will have a tender, dy to promote harmony in the district and we really belived that the rapub licans of Deuel county after looking at tins matter up Jone side and down the other, will come to the conclusion that they will also support the ticket and roll up a good rousing vote from Deuel county us a basis for future re presentation. Let us have ieace, even if the fruit does seem a little sourish like. While it is to be deplored that a republican convention should be so seilish and so discriminating against an important portion ot the district as was the one at Aberdeen, it was one of the cases where the majority ruled and we of the minority may ac quiesce as gracefully as possible. The fault was not so much in the conven tion as in the legislature that Gerry mandered this legislative district in such a manner as to hitch Codington and Deuel, two counties on the North western on to a district composed en tirely of C. M. i'c St. 1'-counties which of course completely handicaps us and places us at the mercy of the Milwau kee road inlhinces.—Watertown Cour ier. The (tenacity with which people abide ly their early laith in Ay era Sarsuparilia can oidy be explain oil by the fact that it is the be^t bioo'l medicine ever used and is not approcheci in excellence by any new candi date lor public lavor. Contest Notice. U, S. Land Office, Watert own, D. Sent 9,1884. Complaint having been entered" at tliH oniee by (fustut Lunctquest agnin.s Mi chael lied berg lor abuiKluiung his liemcstead hi bVV qr and W hi, rih ^r, see v. town sliip 1 is,, nm^e 50, in Grant comity, i). with a view to the ca neellation ot said entry' the said parties are hereb v stinun'.neil to apfiear at ilus office on the 3d day 0 ber, JhS-J, at ten o'cl.K-k a. 111., to Novem- resimnd aim lurnish testimony concernin said alleg ed abandonment. C. G. WILLAMS, Register. H. K. PHA.^K, Keciiver. CONTEST NOTICE. U. S. Lam I Office. Watertown, Sent 18*4. Complaint havini entere.l It' this olhce by jirio JV. 1't lersoii against the heirs ot Ole liasaiusson, deceased, ior failure to toniply v.lth law as to tiiulter culture en rI3!Sr10,'vli-*' ^IIRUT,0* e,)- upon 'L'RiuU''1 Vv W QR A,"'SKthe ol sWqr, see. 14, township 1'X ranie 51, }, .oant county, 1 T, with a view to tliu caneel lation ol said entn coniest u,t alleL'iiui ti,ut claimant lias I uieu to break live acres .i said ti.-vci durnig second year alter date ot said entry, and i» cultivate tlie live acres broken In year, th said p«rties are hereby sum moned to appear at Ins office on the v ol NovemLer, 1SS4, at 11 o'chx K a ui to res ilure!"1' K"il"°"Jr said Vi' u' Kecister. jtfu, Heceiver. We tvre headquarters for 's and ja .djj Sash, Doors, Moyldings Also White Lime. Cement, sti=r.c Plastering Hair. I shall keep a complete stock of ber during the season, which wili at bottom prices. 1 would call your atWntiou to the rtleWv Port Byron Which I have in bU^k. and whieh 1 ^hai'l hua-Ue dur :i'f *,\w isliing and st: no work, [jaw where a J: job is \V Lime surpasses a'i oth».. Call 2nd see ice before purchasing elsewfcsre, fsr i niSr.in C. F. WELCH. Remember and remember y keep pure liquors, pectoral Qigars, tobacco, the best bat Hooks, lines, curtains, tassels. End ceiling paper, soap, pen and boiled oil, ink and jjrugs, paints, varnishes, glass DRY GOODS, NOTIONS 11 Fill I Also a complete line of BOOTS A* at prices that buy often, and have no goods. OUR PRICES ARE ROCK J- J. STEVENSON. Note the following, and others in P10 Ilea/High Keroxcne Oil, lo ttfs. per Baking Powder„ Royal and Stwivjlahe, o7c}" Flour, (OrtonvUle), Clear, $2:15 per eivt. arc a 'WELI TAKE NOTICE. Below we offer a few of the very lo which we are now selling goods. We shall spare no effort to please ti both in price and quality of goods OUT defy Our stock of Groceries is competitio nnexcellec accumulation Straight, per cut Fancy, $3:00 per eivt Arbuclde's Coffee, lbs. for $1.00 Pi'iiits, 5 and, 0 cents a yard. Unbleached Muslins, 7 to 10 ets. a if e s o e s i i n a s 1 0 e i s a y Wo sell the Whitihill Sewing best in tlio market ami the clioaix^t i» ?31' one on trial ami be eoiivinceri. Eiifl' teed for 5 years, ami instructions *j*ee wish. 1 &