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Istf tall etc., icy CHNew mjfs, ./.ione: anilsb, •rfi:n:er .A\ns. tirpoa 1 BR and Itreeli ill. on, th aC| ie lat" ii u~'i Freeborn & McGiverin, DEALERS IN U6S AND STATIONERY. A.t Hessiguie's Old Stand. MAIN STRET, BIG STONE CITY. Stock of Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Articles, Perfumery, Toilet Articles? &c., at lowest prices. The finest assortment of Choice Candies in the City. ?ssa: ptions carefully und properly compounded by an "experienced drug- fist at any hour of the day or night. Hardware Store! 'ly and Shelf Hardware and Tinware ijds of Machine Oils, Paints, Varnish, and Brushes, Hen Steel Barb Fence Wire. Wood und Iron Pumps, agon maker's and Blacksmith's Supplies, including Cumberland Blacksmith's Coal. ieet Iron aud Tin Work Dine en Short Notice. ©HEAT BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING. See us before Purchasing. Mewing, Pest & Oetiler, stgARLESS BETCHEH, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN irdware and Lumber, Nails, Stoves, Tinware, Paints, Oils, Glass and cm and Sleigh. "Wood Material, «fcc. BIG- STONE CITY, DAK. elty Wood "Works! CO GO s? 22. cr«? CD 00 -O 2L 4 at a n e/» cr» 5? CD 0* Big Stone City, Dak. aking a specialty of Storm Sash Doors, which we are manufac the lowest rates. Call and get our see our work. Sawed into Stove length at reas onable rates. of windows made to order. BIG STONE, CITY, DAK. L. VI. BIG STONE CITY, DAK., FRIDAY, MARC II 27, 1885. NO 31 CITY OF BIG STONE CITY. The Incorporating Charter and Bill EitabliKhliiK Independent School District No. Two. Powers op city council. Sec. 11. The council shall have power to judge as to the election and qualification of its memler? to prescribe the times and places ot its regular and special meetings to estab lish rules and by-laws for the government of its proceedings to compel the attendance ot ts members, and to eaact anv and all ordin ances necessary in carrying into efiect the powers herein granted, and such ordui auces to alter, modify or repeal, and shall have power: 1. To provide for filling all vacancies that may occur in the elective offices oi the city, by calling special elections for that purpose, or to fill auch vacancies, except iu the office of mayor, for the unexpired term by appoint ment, as they deem best. 2. To suspend or remove or remove all officers holding office by appointment from the city council. 3. To require all officers and servants of the city to give bonds or security for the faithful performance of their duties, in such sums as they may determine, except as other wise provided in this act. 4. To establish and fix the salarres and compensation of all officers and servants ot the cito not provided tor in this act. B. To purchase, acquire by condemnation, hold and improve parks and public grounds within the city, and to provide for the pro tection and improvement ot the same. 6. To locate, open, widen, extend, grade pave macadamize, bridge curb, gutter, drain improve, clean and keep in repair all side walks, streets, avenues aud alleys iu th? cit y to prevent obstructions, excavation- holes and pitlalls in any ot the same, and to require the owners or occupants ol lots or buildings, at their own expense, to remove from all side walks, streets, avenues and alleys opposite thereto snow, dirt, rubbish and all other ob structions, including posts, s:gns, awnings and overhanging obstacles. 7. To establish fire limits, within wliich no building over ten teet long or over eight teet high shall be erected, except the entire walls thereof be of brick or stone and mortar, and iron or other non-combustible material, or be veneered with brick and mortar, as the city counc'l may by ordinance provide, and to provide tor the removal at the expanse of the owner or builder, oiany erected iu viola tion ot such prohibition, 8. To organize and support fire companies and hook and ladder companies, and provide them with engines and all apparatus tor ex tinguishing fires to regulate the manner of putting up chimneys, stoves and stove-pipes to direct the safe deposit ot ashes to prevent the use ot fire, fire-arms and lire-works to regulate the storage ol gun-powder and other explosive and combustible substances to ap point a fire warden and empower him to en ter, at reasonable times, and examine al 1 dwelling houses, building'* and iuclosures as to their condition with reference to fires, fire escapes and means of exit, aud cause such as are not in safe condition to be put in such condition at the expense ol the owner or oc-. cupnnt to compel the inhabitants of the city to aid in the extinguishment of tires to re quire firemen and those acting in aid of them to pull down, raze aud destroy such buil d mgs iu the vicinity ol a fire as may reasonably be necessary to prevent its communication to other buildings, all damage to the owuers o buildings so destroyed to be paid by the city to construct and furnish reservoirs, wells, cisterns, acqueducts, pumps aud other appar atus for protection against fires, and to estab lish regulations lor the prevention aud ex tinguishment of fires. y. To construct aud maintain water works, and make all needful rules and regulations concerning the distribut.on aud us ot water supplied by such water works to establish a system of sewerage and drainage in the city and regulate the use ana purification of sew ers, drains and acqueducts. 10. To name and re-name streets, avenue*, parks and public grounds, and number and re-nuiubcr lots and buildings upon streets and avenues, and require the proper numbers to be placed uion such buildings at the ex pense of the owner. 11 To provide for the lighting of streets and public grounds, the laying down ot gas pipes and erection of lamp posts, liues lor conveying electric light, telegraph and tele ph one lines, and to regulate the use aud sale of g»8and illuminating fluids. 12. To establish a bonrd of health, make qarantiue laws to prevent the introduction and extension ot contagious und epidemic diseases, and to secure the general health ol the city to provide lor the removal Iroui the city ot persons infected with small-pox and other contagious diseases, and to provide grounds for the burial ol the dead. i 2. To prevent cruel aud inhuman treat ment to minor children and cruelty to ani mals. I 14. To prevent the running at large of dogs, hogs, cattle, horses, mules, sheep, geese, joultry and othei animals aud fowls, and to authorize the restraining, impounding and sale of the same, and also to tax dogs, and to authorize the destruction of the same, in a summary manner, when found at large contrary to ordinance. 15. To prevent the exhibition of stallions, horse racing and immoderate driving or rid ing withiu the city limits, and to compel per sons to fasten their teams, horses and other animals attached to vehicles or nnde- saddle while standing in the streets or other public places. 10. To regulate, license or prohibit the sale of domestic animals, produce, goods, wares or merchandise at auction in the streets alleys or public grounds ol the city, 17. To regulate the weighing and measur ing of hay, wood, coal, gram, provisions and other articles exposed to sale, sold or deliver ed within the city, and to provide lor the in spection or correction of all weights and meas urea used in the city. 18. To direct the location and manage ment ot slaughter houses, stock yards and tnarkeLs, and to compel the owner of any slaughter house, stock yard, market, grocery tallow factory, soap factory, tannery, stabk-s, privy, sewer, drain, cesspool or other un wholesome places to clcause, remove or abate th e same. 19. Tc erect, establish and regulate hos pitals,Jwork houses, houses of correction and and jail, and provide for the government of the same. 20. To establish, regulate and support night watch and police, and define the duties thereof, 21. To establish and maintain public lib raries and reading rooms to purchase papers and books therelor, and to receive, donation s and teques ts of money or property for the use of the same. 22. To maintain and support common schools. 23. To regulate the construction and man agement ol railways and street railroads, and the running ot cars and engines within the city limits, and require signals to be given of the approach or moving of trains, cars and engines at the crossings of streets and high ways within said limits, as the city council may provide. 24. To appopriate private property torthe use of the city. 25. To levy and collect a license tax on hacks, omnibuses, carts, drays, wagons and other vehicles used lor pay, and to regulate the rates to be charged lor the carriage of per sons and the cartage and porterage ot propif- y 26. To regulate, maintain and operate fer ries, and to provide necessary boats, land ings aud docks for the same. 27. To license, tax, and regulate auction eers, peddlers, pawnbrokers, showmen, can vassers, circusses, shows an exhibitions for pay, dram shops, saloons, billiard tables, ball and ten-pin alleys, shooting galleries, and all kinds of games and amusements. Provided, that when the said city shall grant a license lor the sale of spirituous li quors the same shall be iu lieu of all other license required by the general statutes of the Territory and provided fuither, that no li cense to sell shall lie granted by said mayor and council for less than the minimum a rnount specified in the laws of the Territory lor county license, and that all moneys col lected Irom such license shall be paid into the city treasury provided, however, that one third ol the license so jutid to the city treas urer shall l-e paid to the county treasurer within ten days thereafter. 28 To restrain, prohibit and suppress all disturbances of the jieace, lighting, riots dis orderly conduct, indecent language or behav iour, drunkenness, vagrancy, gambling, swindling, false devices, Iraudlent practices, gaming houses, rooms and places, houses of ill-fame, liquor saloons aud common nui sances at law. 29. To audit and allow all ]u*t claims against the city, aud direct the payment of such as are allowed. 30. To appropriate money and provide for the payment ol the expenses aud indebted ness of the corpiration. 31. To equalize ail taxes and correct any error* in the listing or val uation of property» and supply any ommisslon iu the same aud shall have the same powers an duties there 'll as the county commissioners have iu sitn 1 ar cases. 82 To levy and collect taxes, not to ex ceed five mills on the dollar, tor the purpose of providing a sinking fund with which to pay any future bonded indebtedness ot thi cor poiation, and not to exceed ten mills ou the dollar, tor all municipal purposes, in any one year, ou all the property, real and personal, within the city limits taxable according to the laws of the Territory, and to leyv and collect Special assessments tor sidewalks and street improvements, as hereinafter provided, aud the city council is prohibited from incurring a greater indebtedness than five hundred)500) dollars in any one year over and above the amount ol lax levied, unless directed so to do by the vote ol the people at an el etion duly called and held lor that purpose. o3. To borrow money, and t»r that purpose to issue the bonds ot the city iu suc'.i denom inations and lor sucU length of time, not to exceed twenty years, an4 bearing such rateo interest, not to exceed seven per crnt. por annum, as the city- council mav .l -eiu bust said bonds to express up n th nr U e uu W whet authority and lor what purpm they are issued, and mav have interest coupons at tached provided, that no bonds shall b- is sued by the cily council in excess ol litteen hundred (l.-VK!) dollars in any one vear, un less at an election, alter twenty days' notice, in a neus .-,per published in the city, s at i n e u o s e o w i s a i o n s a o be issued and the amount thereof, She legtl voters of the city by a majority shall deter mine in lavor ol issuing such bonds. •Sec. 1*2. A majority ot the city council shall constitute a quorum for the traus.ic tionoi any business, but any three of the meatIters of the city con a il snail ha»e power to conipe 1 the attendance ol absent memliers aud to require the marshal, upon a warrant signed by them, to arrest aud bring before them such alwent members, if withiu the city limits, and shall have power to adjourn the council Irom time to time until a quorum is secured. In the absence ot the mayor, the -ldermen present shall appoint one of their number president protein., who shall posses the power and perform the duties ol mavor only during such absence. Sec. 13. The style ol all ordinances passed by the city council shall l»e: "The city coun cil of the city ol Big fctone City do ord&iu as lollows." Sec. 14, No ordinance, resolution law shall l»e passed, altered, amended or repealed by the council, except by a vcte ol a majority of the entire council elect, to betaken by yeas and nays and entered on their record, nor take eifect until the same shall have been published at least two successive weeks in some newspaper published in the city, and the affidavit ot the priute r, foreman ol the printer, or publisher oi said news paper ol th« publication thereof, shall be prima facie evi dence ol such publication, and of thelaet* stated therein. All ordinances passed shall le signed by the mayor and attested by the clerk, and shall i e recorded at length in a book kept lor th.it purpose, and in case any ordiuanoe is pass,'.I over the mayor's veto, or takes elfect because jt is not returned by the mayor with his ob jections as in this act provided, the clerk shall certify the lacts on the original roll, as passed, and record his certificate with the or dinance. Cepies ol ordinances and oi all oth er papers in his office, certified by the lerk under the seal of the corporation, or printed copies ot ordinances aud laws purporting pruved to have !»een published by authority of the city council, shall be admitted in all courts and tribunals_as presuuip'.i ,'e «_• vi ic of the same. C- A. ZABLE, DRALKB IX U N I U E AND UNDERTAKER'S GOODS. I will not be undersold. Call and see me. Mortgage Sale. Default having been made in the condition of a certain real estate mortgage, bearb i Jun«*l-Uh A. 1) I'-vi, executed and delivere I by John Minder au i Sophia \!iu ier Ins wile, then of (»rant County, Dakota Territory, to Rev. Otto Kuederting, then ot Sheboygan, Wisconsin, and recorded Juue 2.', A. I). is2, in the office ol the register deeds wifiu:i and for said county of nwit in k four I!) of mortgages, at page two hundred and two, (202) and which said mortgage, together with the debt thereby secured, was afterwards, and on the 7th day ol February, A. ls-T., sold, assigned and delivered by said Otto Kuede'ling. to the undersigned, "William R. Movhik, which said assignment was (u the same day duly recorded in *ai-l register's office ui book fifteen (15) of Mortgages, 4 »t page three hundred and thirty-tour (Jo ), by which de ault the power ol sale in said mort gage contained has liecome operative, .wid 110 judicial proceedings having bee.i instituted to recover the deli'., or a y pari tiiereoi, uov remaining secured bv said mortgage, upm which debt there is claimed to l»e due at the date hereof for principal and interest the sum ol two hundred and eighty (2-iO) dollars »nd thirty (Jo) cents. Now, thereiure, notice is hereby given, to whom it 111:13' concern, that Ly virtue ol said lower of sale, and pursuant t» the statute iu such case made and provided, 1 shall tore close said mortgage by selling the premises therein described, or so much thereof as shall le necessary and sufficient lo pay aud satisiy the amount"thru due on said mortgage debt lor principal, interest, and the costs ai dis bursements al this loreclosure, to thehig!ie.*t bidder at public auction, to h-ld at Till KU 'ST poou I.p run IIKKALO otfyiCH IS U.U STo.S U CITY, nAKi'TA, AT TKM oV'U" K. l.t Ili/i KoUl-.- V o o V O K S A K I A Y A U I I 1 V which said mortgaged premises ?iro described substantially as bem* "L .t uiruher one ut "ol block number fifteen (lj), of the village oi big Stonw L*. '1., according to VVuipjile's plat tliereol." ^Mted Hlg $tou» City. D. T., March tith, Bbvsbtt William LI. Movies, Assignee. & Wortii, AU'ys lor Assignee.