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THE HERALD. u v k A N e i u i s e s 12 A Year in Advance. J»i" stonkCity, Dakota. FRIDAY, SEPT. 30, 1887. President Cleveland and party, ou their western tour will arrive in St. Paul at 5:30 p. m. Monday, Oct. 10, and at Minneapolis at noon the next day, and leave for Omaha at 8 p. m. Thence to Kansas City, and through the southern states homeward. one of the chief features of N. "W. A vers' Newspaper Annual for 1887 is a i .iiefully prepared description ol every county in the United States, its location, area, surface features, Hoil, erops, manufactures, county-seat and inhabitants. The State Board of Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners of Minne sota, will meet to hear complaints, at Ortonville, on the afternoon of Oct. Hlh.d, 1887. Will arrive at 4:30 p. ni.. and remain until next day. All wha desire to consult with them on railroad wr grain matters, are invited to be present. Judge Hrown has ordered the Lac qui Parle county otlicers to go back to the village of Lac qui Parle. The judge held the county officials in con tempt for moving the court house and records to Madison after his in junction had been served on them and ordered them to move back at once to Lac qui Parle, and the commissioners to at once provide accommodations for them, holding further sentence in abeyance to give them an opportuni ty to comply with the order. Gov. Church, wife aiul little daugh ter arrived here Wednesday noon on the way from the territorial fair at Grand Porks to the territorial fair at Mitchell. They spent the afternoon in driving around the eitv. viewing tne lake, camp ground and Enderley Park. Many of our citizens who made the acquaintance of the gover nor when he was judge of this district called on him and found hiia the same j,Hi talker as formerly. The party took the evening train for Milbank. Ba.i:kku Mns. in her temperance address here last week called attention to a small matter of great importance to those who favor local option. The election ticket, next fall favoring loeal option must read according to law, "Against the Sale." A ticket for local option with the reading "against license/' -for prohibition," "for local option" or any other heading than "Against the Sale," will be thrown out and not counted. Don't let anj votes be lost in that simple way. .1 Mew It has been customary for new-pa l»ev men to charge about double, their regular rates for legal advertising. This is an injustice that should not be toi rat^d. instance, a man who has been unfortunate enough to suffer «ale under the sheriff's luuamer, is nnide to pay twenty dollars for a mort sale Jioti.-e. for the satne space a merchant p»ya ten tlollars. It is wrot'u' iu juinctple that a man that is already driven to the wall should he still further persecuted and robbed, and the Graphic protests against this extortion, and will sec to it, that the l.uv is changed.—Milbank Graphic. The foregoing, and what follows of he original article which we have not given, would be leal pretty if based t.n equitable and business principles. We don't think anybody will bo fool ish tnough to eritcise the Graphic'* position except, perhaps, the business Kien of Milbank from whom he expects to get his support. Should he charge hem same rates ho charges for Jegals they might propound the following questions: Are \ou running a charitable insti tution? If not, cm what do you de pen.l tor your support the haphazard "gal notice, or the regular advertise ment? I Do you w-peiui as much on the man who d«H?s not subscribe for your paper ami therefore lets his property come i under the hammer, you do on the business man who advertises all the vear round and makes prompt pay nients? Who pays for legal notices? the man who can't pay the debt even before it is advertised, or the man able to buy it in' Would either of these two give yon the advertisement if they ronkl U at you out of it? Why do you charge me. a business man, as much for stea ly "ads"'as you do for an "ad" you an only have once and not sure you will get it that unce? 4J. E. D. More Sparkling than Diamonds. fotV i- I T««i & i We jjutirHTit^e tho use of 1 bottlec of this.Spriug Wutei Bright's Disease: a!s' all Stoniudi Troubles, Ujw^e^iu. At A. M. Knight. Pres. McLeod Co. Bank, Gleacoo. The following reside in Miunenplis: Tohu OB'rk'ii, conductor C. M. & St. P. Ry. W E. Ellis, conductor A. Z. Cowles, en^in^er '".Mason, sleep:u^-ear porter, M. & St. P. Ky. it. L. l'rat.t, capitalist John r.vcrsliard. merchant tailor, Nicollet block K. E. Barnahy, of E. Baruaby & Co. W.Shatto, Minueapulis. .... t,n w of our ex-Mayor Thomas, who has mouth will be warmest and tlio first and last ten days the coolest. Heavy frost about the 3rd, 9tli, 19th, 25th and 30th. With South Dakotaiaiis it is really division or no admission, ami with the opponents of division it is really no admission, though they don't dare to advocate it openly. The opposition to division is only shift to keep us a ter ritory. It is the wish of the east, it is the wish of the democracy, it is tiK wish of the rings that seek plunder and the worn out politicians whose death knell will come with statehood the people till they secure their help. —Bismarck Settler. Chas. O'Neill, of Graceville, was run over by the hind wheel of a threshing machine engine which weighed over four tons. "Immediate after the accident he arose and walked a number of rods. Not a bone was broken and all visible injuries were comprised iu a few cuts on the side of the head and fare." The IIolstein-Fresian Register says find1Jufthe*eiact numheVSf ^gdenl!! found that the success of each ship as given by the census of 18.--4 was in exact ratio to the number of farm papers taken. One township took no papers and sold butter it ten and one-third cents, another took 214 papers and sold butter at twentv-three and tw third cents. The difference between the total rec«ij»ts ot the town ship was £8.100 for being smart i Crood for the following weather for October October is a hurricane month, but no that a n anufactory to make fifteen Stock for Sale. Fifteen good young cows and two thoroughbred llolstein bulls for sale. Will be sold on time if desired. BIG STOKe MINERAL SFKIK3 GO, A N I O TJ Walter lishcr, tin^hop John B. ^Maaa. tinsmith H.niry tfeoba, machinist 'J'hos. Tlioiuas, C, Salonian, blacksmith. a sru»na for South Shor,o Forrestville Itauville WalratU was l.amt after our esteemed cititizen II. D.JWalrath, president, of the First National Bank, while Ran vilte was named in honor of that sub stantial farmer, L. Kan, living near the town. With one exception these towns were named at the suggestion, A recently visited each of these points, oMace® thread mafbe as he has an interest iu nearly all of made and thd remainder can bo turned them. They will all grow to be good jlritu coarse fabric or paper. Thus thriving towns and afford good loca- tions for different lines of business. 'Jl ll 1 P,re Prof. Foster, the Burlington Hawk- IV*?,lpuUtn ... ^st ,ny that we remain a territory as long as made, that is, without pernicioni possible, and they are trying to blind or half baking, I have found if I I I V» Ckt' OiX-klt I. 1)1 it ntll V 'to /I.ImmI*. -II _» i pjijitra taken In a county a...!! Z I o e a o n- n i i v v a u e i a s o a lay readers is found in the cream that Over 300 Pwttiye Cores in St, Paul, Minneapolis and alsng theJM. & D. Division of the C., M. & St.. R'y ttitniw 2 M0BtMt^v:-"r3 i o n e S?m. Us Tfce ioilowiiiK rexldu lu Milhank, Pakota Cou Rvan, conductor 0. II. & St. P. Ry. Rev. J. L. Grantor. OnlerDirect from us. 15LGS TONE MINERA I, WflUN (Formerly Mum to u Co.) or Hlg StDiic City Between Appleton and Watertown The Argus is enabled to-day to lay the following stations or towns have before its renders reliable information Teachers* Examiinttiom, been located and named: Louishurg, je^ar^'nS manufacture of binding i Notice is hereby given that the Bellingham, Nassua, Walrath, Laliolt, I ^wuift from l^eI^-T, ior. STQ lnonths i3 a clinnce The three best towns between Water- citizens. The\^)cesraparrfrmftiS town and Appleton are Forrestville, ordmarv machine manipulation is Walrath and Bellingham.—Waterton Pu'r'l' chemical and patents covering Courier -News. \l}t™\B .b**n eye weather prophet, has contracted Vl^i*i "J,5enor:lte and become is highly probable thfl user3 of twine for their patronage next year for a cheap I er article than the present twine, one ceitainlv stronger, and one also that' crickets will not gnaw when lying in tho heid.—I'argo Ari»us. Hot BoIIm better than Oat !Uca|. Let us then have a breakfast' of steak or chops with :good coffee, hot! rolls, and eggs, and we are ready for the day's work. After all the almt*. that has been n.u.aD heajied upon hot bread, I un jyiJUi f0 voice in its defense. Proner of in.jruina »««!». I rcen-t I of morning foods. I regret that'lean not say so much for oatmeal, though many persons seem to think that 5 constitutes the most needful and nu tucious portien of their breakfast, liut ceut experiments prove that by tai the greater part of what is taken passes through tho body unchan-ed acting merely as an irritant to sln^'i&h nowois as it goes along. To digest this mtruetable f,,0d CchT^cua fypt.V^T y The* used as ilirei ted, tr. relieve, aud if oritiuuei, to permanently cure, nine out of ten rases of any Kldncv o We ask yu to co j-uit those who have used the wuter and take their advice iu lu the propriety of u-in,: it, The folluwiiip reside in St. Paul The following reside in Milbank, T. Peter Uireh. black-uiith foreman ('.ft. P. M. AO. J. C. Knapp, repister of deeds. l,I:Ults or weeds which are lie examination of teachers for (irant i round in gieat abundanee in the teni-: county will be held a* follows At toij and which have hitherto been the court house, Milbank, (Jet 3d regarded not only as a nuisance, but and 4th Big Stone (Uty school house PaHt St'. s. perimentiiig upon these weeds with a view ot ascertaining to what extent their fibrous qualities could be utilized and he has succeeded in producing a tough lib re which can be used for the rnulll,factl*re not only as eassly digested, but many times more so, than any cereal food that my dyspeptic patients eat and it is infilluely more palatable, llotro'ls as purchased from a first class ^l'tv cel,tnu*i tor voi »kery, are among the most deirihll i u«ioTS Or.O. E. Daniels. l)r. H. i. O. Rose. Henry cchufer, treasurer Simpson Park. B. i^teusoa. A. U'ik't in, ltf.ikkeeper, Ana A, SUiry. A. O. fiodi:e. prexidi'in Mtrchanto !aiik. W\ R. Saunders, cashier Merchant* bank. W. M. Thoman, manager .-celey A Bucks fftorc. 0ct- een of turning to good CLSt !l 5lh :4T,d Pro,^uct aI'PHed nte for. Mr. Kose states that without this chemical n t!u u'ee':s ire bnttl°- useless as 'llh- v ., v of I'indiiig twine, as well aud '1'uetly ex- ill lievillo, Oct. 7th and nth, 1887. EXCEL. mly is eaten with it. which u-niM *itnl m„Ph better e take., alone.-From 'iH JMremions." in !he American Ma-a tiUti for October. Thft r"~ e ,, T) KPoit ot the Commissioner of ensi011® enough already,—The Northwostern I much useful information From Farmer A Hro»,lcr. I we learn that Dakota has J. J. Stevensox. lor 1887, is at hand and gives it S W pen Sioners a ,.ong her old soldiers, draw ing SlO2.45'i.40 annually. Grant conn ty contains 57 pensioners who draw yearly ^l,,-!?.. The grand total of pensioners in the ("nitd States is 400 000, drawing annually 85o,O00,00tj school houae C. S. A MSIK,\, €o. Supt. I A O COTTACE ORGAN s \'.J j'' rf!'-5, :TM ^KILLED wobbheiv, the pqpulab ORGAN Instruction Book, and CHICA60 C0n«E 0R8MI CB„ »3I BLUE ISLAND AVE. CHICAGO, HA. a• w. iiv.." 'iu More Precious t| J^Jark- 'J S i 1 The folluxviug reside uM8 A. Lewi*, ediv.r»rantf V. Kifher. CM.int.t maker The l(.l..n\iu*! rt.-ii'ioinKii B. P. Murphy, pr.lcnif K. W. Hu\eii. pre|iri(tir( Clnwi.ee W MtCUire, cnfc-inl of low a, Kcit^sN'rsr, llljiiJ Irvinp Hath, edr.ur fO^ A BEA Mexican Must 01 O., BM Attract •ol»'-X)l8, cburchoB. lod^oa, htim*i Lii crcrn^ Soratc'ncs. Sprains, Iciat}"*, Lnm £0, Elitumatiam. Burn«i Scalds, Stingy Bltea, BrtiiMMb Bunion^ ora% Strain, Stitch ei, gtilf JcinUi Backacii Gnlls, Sores, Spavia Cr .cks. THIS COOD Oi-D aooonij'lliheii for forlt. Onef tlio reason.'' for'" the Mustang Llnl'u,),* l*1 appllciihiUtr* Kvoiytodyi^ The LumbrriuiuineP'ls The Jlnuaewif" n' ils it Tlic C'nnaliT nwts f( The JtlcchuDic w" 11" bench. The M!aerneelnitJJc°« The l'leocor lt-cai. -j The Farmer n »D(1 blsutock y ir l. The StcRuiboiumnnorn !ttn liberal supply j-1"8'"'' The Iloreo-fiMiri«r nc-i friend und oaf out '•1 Thm »tocU-Bro«« »ce' thouKan lti of diil."'! and a The Itellrof .l innn-i^1 loiyj an his Ufo is a .ind of The BackwooJ^"1'^1 1 Ing like !t tu* an Jiiitidoto i"-1 liftib and comfort wiiit'U farr' u The Merchant nee'1* hla e nplujr*!€S. Ai'ciiltT.M 1 t.hcso come tho MusunE L1" Keep a Bottle in tk° ooonorojr. ,j Keepailotilo In ll"1'' uso la case of acoMout s»voS Keep u llorrle ««e wtaea wnm-'"