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ands VI. JOS MA I et.ill LCI- l\i:r I sc. I 'urr KS. v Tagon Iiw2p id Freeborn & McO-iverin, E A E S I .A.t .Hewsij^uio's Old Stand. IS STHET, BIG STONE CITV. Stock of Paints, Oils and Varnishes. 3y Articles, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, &c., at lowest prices. iness ||j| finest assortnisiif of Choice Candles ia the City. ttons carefully ami properly compounded by an'expeneucfKl iln^- gist at any hour of the (lay or night. -tfew Hardware Store! ty and Shelf Hardware and Tinware n^ltds of Machine Oils, Paints, Varnisli, and Brushes, i 'den Steel Barb once Wire. Wood and Iron Pumps. milker's and Blacksmith's Supplies, including Cumberland Blacksmith 's Coal. ieet iron and Tin Work ofi. -.3 Irt I&IUH i Dong GUI'AT BAIMi.UXS IX KVKUYTlnNi all and See us before Purchasing. WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IX ardware and Lumber, roa, Nails, Stoves, Tinware, Paints, Itii a Oils, Glass and agon and Bloinjh AVood Material, fcc. BIG- STONE CITY, NS it! £E3' CT e? «5 CFJ CO c-» C?9 C3 CO £*r ra ca GTO o u i=* Q} =, rn sa. In CT-? rj on Start Notice. MeKing, Post & Oehler Street, Big Stone City, Dak. JE1 rila DAK. ryiniinil ffJJ.rtitMM lOfll '.W Novelty Wood W iluui'tr© making a specialty of Storm Sasli 3torm Doors, v/iiicli we are memufac-|li\er at tli 8 low EST atos. Gall and get our s and see our m-rk. Wood Sawod into Stove length at reas onable rates. iims of window^ juikK' order. if BIG bTONE, 'HTY, I A SC. orks! 1 Hi BIG STONE CITY, DAK., FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1885. CITY Of B16JTQHE CITY. The Inc«rporntinR Chnrter and 1-5ii 1 Oiniilhtiin^ Inilrprndnnt Schnnl ?l«irict io. I'wo. PTUSBr COMMISSIONER. Sfi'. The street commissioner shall under the direction ot tl»- city council its committee on streets, have charge and con trol of the sidewalks, streets, highways, brid ges ami public grounds of the city, and shall inspect, maintain, watch over and keep the same in good condition anl repair, superin tend tlje work done men the same lor the city and cause to le reuiored therelrom all, imjK'diineiitfi und obstructions. He shall, whenever requested by the city, council, lur nish estimates lor the probable cost ot pro mised im provemcnts on sidewalks, streets, highways, bridges and public grouniLs, and, at the end o! each month, or oftener, it re quired by said report to them the expenses incurred trow time to tnue, in such in placements. Hcc. .JO. All residents ol the city shall be e.ct!jj»t from payment t" a poll tax, as re red under the present laws relating to i r.- s and streets, but every male iierson be- :w n the ages oi twenty-one years and fifty i residi ng within the city, shall be liable :.c city lora poll tax, which may be paid two day*' labor ot eight hours each, in each year, on the streets or highways of the ,city, ami shall be assessed therefor provided that suck labor may be commuted by the jiaymeut to the street commissioner ot the sum of oue (1) dollar and twenty-live ('251 I cents tjr efceh days' laL»or and the street cow inissioncr pha.i have power and it is his duty to require each ablebodted person ot the age aforesaid, resident within the city, to perform by himself or substitute, iu each year, under bis direction, such labor and in case any such resident, upon reasonable request by the commissioner, neglects or refuses to per lorm such labor, or pay said money in lieu thereof, the same imy be collected by said commissioner by distress, in the same man ner as county treasurers are authorized to do collecting general taas, or by suit in the name i the city, in any court having jutia- 1 i V diction in civil cases and no property shall of the judgment and coils in such cases. The receipt ol said commissioner lor any such labor or money in lieu thereof shall he re ceived by the city tre .surer in payment ot the poll tax due (lt-in tl.e prison nan.ed therein and not otherwise. S c. 37. Whenever the city council shall deem it necessary to widen, alter, repair or otherwise improve any sidewalk heretofore bui it, whether oil the established grades or otherwise, or whenever, incase ol new side walks, the owners of one-half the abutting property shall petition the city council to cause any sidewalk to be built, and tlie city council shaiI deem it necessary to build the same, the city council tn.iy, hv res Milio declare any such work necessary to be done, and determine the kind ol sidewalk to be built or work to be done, and give, in the res olntion, such speciflcati a-i will inl t!i® owners as to the work required, and require., such owners (without naming them) to per form said work and such resolutions shall b'f published lor at ie .st two successive weeks iu a nevvsj.aper published in the cit/. /.lid in ease such owners lefus- or ncg'e.it to improve or build such sidewalk as requir ed within twenty days alter the second publi cation of said resolution, the street coiumis i .sioner may cause the sauie to b* done at the expense ol such owners, and c'rlif.* to the city coum il the amount oi the expeus? ol I such sidewalk opposite .each lot or p.ircel ol land, ami upon such certiicate, the citv »un oil shall have jmwer to levy a special assess upon said Jots or parcels ol land, for the amount thereof, and proceed in the collection fhereotas herinafter provided or said a nount may be collected in the name ot the city by suit in any court having jurisdiction iu civii cases. And no property shall be exempt Irani ex ecution lor the collection of the judgment and costs in such in such cases. i be exempt irom execution ior the collection cil shall haye power, by ordinance, levy the time ivquireu oi county assessors by the j,v jjie i laws oi the T». rntury, in each year cause to -i i. 1 i be listed and assess all property, real and I i«*r.-onal, within the limits of the city, taxa- Me aecordiiig b» sm i. Iuw3, in th» same lorm, I so nearly as practicable, us provided ior county ass. ssois' and have .he same coniplet- their next meeting, by resohiti n, levy such sums of money, as may bo sufficient lor the payment of the current expenses and debts tor the corporation, including the interest on bonds and the principal ol all maturing bands, Which resolution shall specify the sums levied for the various purposes designated. Sec, 10. As soon as practicable a'tor the taxes are so levied, the clerk shall make out a. tax list, in the same form, so neiriy as tc ticable, as is provided for county clerks, an I shall, within the time required of county clerks, pepare a duplicate tax list and duly certilv and deliver the same 11 tin* collector of Grant county, Dakota Territo: with the warrant of the city council, signal by the clerk and under the corporate seal, in gener al terms r-quiring the collrdor to collect the taxes therein levied -—according to kre attached thereto, which shall be his warrant for the election of all taxes 'then -In contained and said collector shill enter said i,u upni his duplicate. Sec. 41. The collector of said county shdi collect tha corporation taxes upon stich dupli cate, another taxes are collected, and piy the same over to the treasurer of such corporation... The collector shall be allowed and paid !v the corporation the same compensation as is j«ai 1 by the county for like service? provided, whenever such city treasurer or the treasure of said independent school district No. 2 shali receive moneys from sai collector or treasur er oi Grant county, he shall give duplicate receipts theretor, one ol which slid I b% retain ed by the county treasurer, an 1 tli" other by hnu returned to the city clerk, or the clerk »f the district, as the cr.se may he. Si'EC'IAI. ASSF.SSMIi STS. Sec. 4S. Whenever the owners ol one-half ol the property on both sides, abutting any street, highway, or avenue in the city, shall petition the city comic.! to widen, extend, pave, macadamize, bridge,curb, gutter, drain or otherwise improve the same, and the city council shall deem such improvements nec essary to be done, the said council shall, by resolution, declare such improvements nec essary tc be done, and such resolution shall be published at least two successive weeks a newspaper published in the city, and upon complete publication thereof, the city ci'iii- such special tux or assessment upon all such abutting property as mvy be sufliu Mil to piy the cost ol such improvements and to proce i to the collection thereof as 're n -.»vi e 1. Provided, that in case ofany such improve ment the expense of grading such street, highway or avenue to the established grade, and ol imp roving the same oppos te cross streets, highways or alleys, as required iti such improvements, snail le piid lor by the city out ol the general tun I. Sez. 43. When such special assessment is levied, or when any special assessment lor the building or improving \nv sid.svilk 'I levied, as hereuibeiore provided, it shall be the duty oi the mayor, clerk, and iiSHesior to determine the prepoiHon and amount charge able to each lot or parcel ol land iiahie to su.-it assessment and lile with the clerk a:i assess ment lis', signed by Lliem, containing a list ol the lots and parcels ol land with Um name oftheowner.it known, opjxisite the same, land the totM umount ot the assessment charged ujon each ol the same, and 1 in the I time ol filing U»e said list, sai4 assessment shali be a ierpetual jlien oil said respective iots and parcels oi land in favor or the itv. Tne clerk shall within thirty days thereaf ter, or within sm tune as the city may rect, prepare a duplicate aiM suueut lis., and duiy certily and deliver the same to .e lect of Grant county, Dvko'a Territ n y, wall i the wairunt ot the city council, signed oy the clerk, and u:id« ih_ corp Mate seal iu ge.ier I al terms, rmptiruig tiie daid co le to eol bet the assessment therein levied accorimg to law, attached thereto, which sum o-' u.i warrant lor the co lection ot aii aSv-s-tni its. therein contain-d. It sh.»!l sul&c.e in any proceedings lor the levy .ml i..* -t .i ol an\ sjiceial assessment to descri'-e .uiy lo ur parcel oi iall I ai !i i nue is pi '..t I 1 he '.t ,, ti-J, altii' s iVeral p^rso o: laud be., n- t.. taxes 1 of Hec. .W. The city assessor shall, within n Ci,p ,jaya U, jed by the third Monday in June iu each »e.»r i and ior this purjwise he sliall have the s.unc j»ow«.r as county assessors and h« shall, en or U fore the lirsl Monday oi Julv next e,.S i i ing, or within such lime as m*v 1" li«roulier required ot. »inty as^esn^rs, ^wre^ire »id de l.is ant, .-.si,., nt i. !l, \enfieiiand in torm, jus pro.'Med in the case o! coil it» ajies s, to tl.c city ch il, witU a duplicate thereof to the cjunty oieik, upon which the board oi cuutiiy eou.n.oii«-is .sliall levjr the takes ^11 Msrssni( nt4 i.emaining unpaid jor iLrnU rird a..d county purisses. tliat time shall become, delinquent, and ha I t?ec.30. The city council shall, on the added thereto the same jjenaity and draw iu third Monday in .June ot each yea.*, ui^t as a terest at the rat*-, from die date of such de» II raid ol equttii 'Ation, an the shall, ou the lin uency. as delinquent taxei t-uder the taws i r.-t Mo e.ay in e^teiuber folbwing, or at ol the Territory .n.ie may belong t, •tkn'. any ioi or pin:. I -i |m*i -i i is, tlie mvii :r •j prop H'uo.i de'.e.-uU'ied uy le. •, to any part u^r'V i. w as.i-s.Nn sh.l tr,,m tr, v notjce a i! i uewsiaj.*.- thirty i u. :iblis!n*t in ile* c:ty, liiiout liaiiiin^ to ull Krswis ('.oU(,cnil iem at t..Tl, V[r e s v w-ek, i^t-neral term", that t!.-- a.-.'PHHineut list lor such improvement naiuiMg itj is in liishatwis i for collection and th*t the a.ssessm 'utsthere- ii coutaiued will exj lration o! that no? u e. No en and o' uec«-ss*rj, but it oiue delimpieiit at the l.ivs Siom tlie date ot the nssessment shall bo the duty ot every person whose roperty is usses.scd to attend at the collectors cfti.-o and pay his assess ment within he time limine 1 in t:rh notice. IIow ue we over ij iiti. tliron^li our sprit iu' uinl work/ We are all i nn vn. before it begins." s y fanner's family. \V v the driigfjist and -i six bottles Aver' Tli is is just mi'd'u o and will pay tlie in vrsi hp !:'. ORTONVIL3 E 'UEII, IY* ,. ORTONVILLE, MIXX, FANCY PATKNT FLOt'R, fci.hC hit I I 1 STRAIGHT, SMCOND PATliNT,. l.'Ai FAMILY PLOl'R .1.6." GRAHAM 1.f,o LOW OUAI.'i: 1.0) Delivered on board ears at Li. stone or Ortonville free of charge in S0001I).. lots. To Dyspeptics. The most common of r)yepepsls», ot Indijrestlon, aro an oppression at tlic stomach, nausea, flatulcncy, water-brash, heart-burn, vomiting, loss of appetito, and constipation. paticct3 suffer Tin told miseries, bodily aud mental. They ehoulJ stimulate tlio dijci lion, and eccurc regular daily action cf tho bowels, by the oso of moderato uoscs o£ Ay -IRIS IF* Tills. C/l' Aft^r the bowels n*-o r«ru'atod, one of these Pills, taken each day after dinner, is usually all that is required to ceinpk t? the cure. Atee's Tills aro sugar-crated and purely vegetable—a pleasant, entirely safe, and re liable medlcino for the cure of all disorders of the stomach r.nd bc'Tels. I hey are the best of all purgatives for family uso. PnErAKED X!Y Dr. JaC.Aycr &Co., Lcwel!, P»!ass. Bold by ail I'rt^ista. Mortgage Sale. Default having been made in the condition of a certain real estate mortgage, hearim d-r« Jim*' I -4th A. 1 1K^2, executed and deliveu i by John .Winder aud Sophia Muid'Thi* w i then ol (/rant County, Dakota Territory Rev. Otto Ktiederbnq, then of Shebo\-^nn, Wisconsin, and recorded Jane 22, A, D. isv in the t'fiice ot the register of deeds witm and for said county ol Uraut in lio.ik four 1 ol MortL's-ges. at ]ai e two hundred av.d t'.vi,, i a n w i s a i o a e o e e the debt flier "by secured, was a'te.'.vai1 •, and on the ".th day ol February, A. I) sold, assigned and delivered by sidd Vti• Kuede" Ills vt. to the und". signed, Will i-ilii II, Sloviu*, wfiich saM a^eMit mm (.ti !!•.• "ame day duly record'd vi s ii rrf^istei'. ifiice iti book liiteen (t.*, ol Moii^a. ,-,,.,.! |,i in cee hundi'-'l ami taifly-tour v. hicli de it the power ol sale in «dd in t' i'ai/e contuioed has Itfoonie .tp-riit: \nt a'i.1 i iiidieial proceeilings iitvi.ig uisiitnn i tu recover in.-dotii, or a v ri. liicieo!, .i •. remaining smi tire I by s-ud luoit.^igc, u xei wnieh deiit theie is claimed to tie due i lie. .• bereol for prtiiCt^mi ami inter *st the s ol two liumlred and eighty dollars -m i tbiilf in) cents. -No.*, theifiiMe, no'ic" is *rehy given, Wli.ilu hi»v eoie 'Tli, that by viltueol h.id L»ower sale, and pursuant t«* the stat'ttK i "Uch ense made ai iirov.di'd, I sliaii loie i'i ise .-aid mortgage by scilu'® tl*« ^reiui.-es t.i.-rein de^eriU'd, or SO much thereof H' slfil! hi' ceSsary and sufiicient tv ]/ay :»n«i viCisly the j.uioiun then »iue on s..iii iiior'ga^e 4tbt lur |.iini, ipalj mter'.t. anil tin* costs ai din i'Uisernents of this toreclosuiv, to the higlie.M i i lder at public anoti n, to iin held at THK KK««ST l-o li ifTIIK in iAl.i oKFltt t.N Kai CITY, IMKi TA, AT TK.N o'd.oeK Hi 1 UK I'oU»'•- OK SATL'KKAY, Al !tll, l«, A. IJ. which said mortgaged pumilses are «lescribed snh.«t %ntial!y as being "Lot number one 11) ol oi block numiier liiteen (15), ot the vill»g«« oi hig htono City, D. '1., according to W'ldniie's jilat tliereol." Dated liig htone City, D. T., March Oth. lWo. WILLIAM It. Movius, Assign BSXMKTT & WoKTU. Att'js lor Assignee.