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Official liliiiuu'i .,.ff»took of Watch«• wiry-8 M»kl* ii M-ecW- •y-, iKVi'LVKRS, etc. City, I^k. OMPANY, li. H!u*ei, :.e City Depot. Wood and Salt, rirlotj*. For cash i Dak. •Issitf m1j 5,5t)0 mile* of in UiinoiB, Wi§ Minueiotaand Dako- route between ^•H. CARPENTER, ,f«.PMS. Tkt, Atft 'W.ll.HKAKFOKI), Afst. lien. Pass. 'JK.W.I 1 8 Merence to Lands ^Hhicaoo, MILWAC •, Umpast, write ^lamiMtoner Mil- 'VILLE SI filing Co,, ftOKg. k kL. A lI(x O N O n n i I O K L*rorfdlIIK he mmuti'H Of the U.ard lor the quarter end Clarence Sayera witness fee* HI CM* Territory vs. Fred. Ru^elt Fred Bti' hele. same, T. A. Kalis, witness lees in Kvan- ca" A. 1* 1 i a 11 v, name, W. L. Harris, mime, Thro. Weide, wit n*M tew Putter Gollie and KuudJon August Schmidt, Uurd and care of Willie and Klla Kolb, orphans :i Von aid, txiard and car*- of Miss Anna 1'itehier, county charge l. S Drake, ire (finished ''uiuty S. Aiufldei -a arj ai li-ea Co. Supt 17i W tod Bros., oar Iware turnish Co. Seely & linek. :se of gram sacks Andrew Oleson, witnes» tecs in Kviuis case K. Martin, meat for paupers John Douglas, cash puid tir expanse 011 Inxikr Ktiapp, making grantors »n i gran tr«» index and vxprt-M w Oelilrr l!un«:r, g'n«i-» lor pauper A L*n iK, *ountv printuu, K Uanieis, third ]uar ter s salary as o, pli vnioian (Caroline AngenhotTer, boarding All the diseases ot these nose head, Job Printing Bismarck Tribune. of of Hoard (•rant County, D, T, Milbank, Monday, Oct. :i, ISST regular Keshan, present- ]u &rd in in lh 1' Murphy, fillf 1 W. '1'. Tl nit chairman, C. 11. William* i _,V" wcni x'iit-incr ten-tn hirmun, and the auditor Mu ol Counties. VI 1 1 Mr A 5, v,o C. lahr A, (told '\c Co., fare o! Mrs. !'at Rafibitt tu Foled", Ohio. I'ioneer Presd (. o county fupj.,i»« tax receipt. 'lUty Ml] piles 1 '..iik" lor i'1'k of court ,, I. ..nk.« for treasurer Ueo L) Barnard i'lnnk SHU.» .*•». 8ain 15 Willitiiiis, c.-srt'r 1MB at.d it.1.tag* W. liurnhatu, aame 11 l' Murphy, same AtUst: JIHV I)I'T»I.AH8, all Northwest, South- f*l« of pa*«»ge and the nearest station MlLWtl'KKR ST. V r*ilroal agent auy U-l tW Mrn. Kva Koixfl, same 1. no J.I.S. F.shor, third juai'tf.s -»:-iry JH district attorney .eo to Hyde Hro'., nietliiine for pauper 73 U. li hiiiiiiemaii, buard of Miss Ju. Cole, pan iter .2 o.J Mrs L. N. llurUii.t, board j. Arnold ...li 00 Jol I'uuqluxK, third tpiarter'.'i aaiary aHCouutVHiiiitor. 177 o'J Pwley uii i I'.u-k, goois tor pauper 1 s i L. Kaen'li.-r, fluur lor j'auiers,.... 1"! 40 ltion Dodge, tlurci Quarter's «.i!ary as judge of Probate 7o W A AbUHt, witness fees in Kva::« ''asw ft SO Downie Neill, county pntitiii.' 27 'J.' John Duuglass, furninhiin Co. papers 1 with olJioial proceedings of the t'.Arl -.'1 63 46 19 i» 'i 50 -6 50 .:'4'-00 43 rv 44 00 32 v5 4 '00 5tjU 8 40 Oil inoti'/it it is hereby ordered to reltind school lfli Uvst lit the luiui of «nie dollar to K. McUiughiin, for the reason ol error in as»«Hement. (.Jn motion !.h.ird ik i i t-. ruesday, Nov. 1, l?vV7 H. 1'. ..'1 ki a*, I'liaire.an. 1 Auditoj. OO.V'l let that cold of yours run on. »ou tlunk it is a light thing. Hut it may run into catarrh. Or into pneumonia. Or consumption. Catarrh is disgusting. Pneumonia is dangerous. Consumption is death icselr I Urototi Independent. The breathing apparatus must be] iev. E. L. Pavies, financial secreta k^pt healthy and clear of all obstruc tions and offensive matter. Othei* wise there i* tiouble ahead. parts, throat, bronchial tubes and lungs, can be delight!ully and entirely cured by the use of l?oschee 9 »ernian Svrup. If you don know this already thousands and of people can tell you. lhe been euied b_v it, and "know is themselves." Bottb* only Ask any druggist, have K Abb KINDS AT THh E E U K A S NOTE-HEADS, circi:laks, KKVELOPES, e e on lot for 1001b.. BILE-HEADS. BUSINESS CARDS, VISITING CA HDS, SHOW CARDS POST E lis. INVITATIONS SJ ONE I I Y, I)AK., FRIDAY, OCT. 7,1887. Under the direction of the secretary oi the interior the officers of the mti-d states land office advertise that alj l'inds in the Bismarck hind district within the Northern I'aoi:Ur ten-mile i* K i*** lands as clerk. h'-'lt. except such lands nuy be UK ^T-• w. w«T« read an-i approved. will he thrown open to settleinert and JdL",'w"i° aud.ted filing. Will be rwived on and' After J. A. .V I'. M. William*, second myment on m' ^Tliifwi'iA31'1*8"' ''lt contract for buildiug jail fprM) oo tLi' Open up to Hettlenunt I A. II. Lewis p*rt payment (or punish tnouRattds of choice acres on the Mis iii« (teiin.ju.-nt ux list ot ism lr/ur)1 covered by approved selections ROlin sl 10 clook °pe in Emmons and McLean Sweezy, of Sioux Falls, an at- torn e y of ('niployed i0 1) 37 8.75 i a considerable ability, was by the county commission- i, i ers Minnehaha county to give an I opinion on the matter of selling real estate for back personal taxes! He has rendered an opinion in the adirm ative, Should the courts sustain this position endless litigation would ensue in every county in the territory clouds would be cast on otherwise clear titles and on the whole it would seem better that such authority on the 7 in part of county treasurers do not exist, if .ii. According to the Mandan Pioneer, the Morton county treasury is sutler- ling from the fact that the last halt of 74 35 the Northern I'acitic gio^s earnings U 00 .t 'X for 185(3 duo last mouth, has not '21 '25 been paid. It is generally presumed that the Northern Pacific does not 46 26 propose to pay any more taxes until the question ol taxing its lands is set tled. "We learu from the Fargo Ar gus,says the Pioneer, "inat the county commissioners of (lass county haye expressed their willingness to abate all taxes on the Northern Pacific raiioad land provided arrangements are made between the company and the territorial officers to pay and dis tribute to the respective counties tlu proportson of taxes due u :de.r the gri-MS earnings law lor the year 1887, and the auditor bo instructed to noti fy the the territorial auditor to that effect.'' In this connection the fol lowing interview had by the Yankton Press and Dakotaian with Attorney (lenerul Templetou will be of interest: "He said that all the railroads except the Northern Pacific had paid then taxes and that the Northern Pacific had made a proposition to the terri tory to pay taxes i its gross earnings 011 and' also on the lands according to their assessed valuation, but auditor Ward does not care to accept the pro position, because lie think* the lands are assessed to low. Another matter i also in the way of the auditor ac cepting the proposal. The Northern Pacific has not paid the tax 011 ry of (Jroton College, has located at the College lor a lew weeks. lie is doing Rome good work towards build ing up the finances oi the college anil entertains great hopes that it will soon receive assistance from the Hoard of Aid, and also an endowment of sever al thousand dollars from eastern capi talists. V. T. Harris h«»w it 7"| cts. and wesl dodgers, TICKETS, etc. AU work g.iara.U. e.1 to be neatly done Hml r.' good taste. Take one of Di-J- H little Liver and Kidney night before you «o t« will le surprised 3100 Having added its gioss earnings for 1*M, and Mr. W ani wants the matter straight be/ore he will consider the proposition. "1 be lieve, said Mr. Tenipleton, that if the railroads do not act honestly in this matter the next legislature will scorch them. May be the Northern Pacific will pay and may be it won't, but 1 think it will." pAUL TRAFP, another gentleman fruij Minneapolis, travelling agents for the lug wheat dealers, oleott A Co., have been creating a great sensa tio'1'1 on the streets to day has for paying 1,1*1, censor and storing''it in the flat hou^ of the Northwestern line. V htat that heretofore been graded as No.- no th ern.'was passed as No. 1, hard and the difference in grading made it as goou as a 13 cent raise, which doesn Uoumj bad to take place in one clay. As tht i company only a flat li jus^-'i vvii^xh to store wheat thev can d(t -•,. i-tJe Lving until the Northwestern ra MTirc. which will l"- »11,! v t'th .01, ortuw. j»r.»l«ibly. 0 Sn will N rtl1 have ail their material, »nd help on the ground to begin la» I fng the iron trom Verdon on .»nd^ i n e i e o i n i n a i w a w u (jVotoii just such an impetus a, is most needed. Something similar to the aboy is what we may expect when the North- er is extended fomi Reuwoou Falls to Bis Stone City, and it will f' extended this far at an early date fot just the same reason—to j?«'t in wheat tields. V). bfio\ u) vigorous you will i Onlv 25 cents a via* Wellei- MAKCKACTCRHR AJfD PSALBKB IX HARNESS, COLLARS, WHITS, SAIII.ES, BRUSHES, CURUY Coins, ENDEiRLEY! THE NEW AND BEAUTIFUL S U E E S O ON THE DAKOTA SHORE OF chased by prominent citizens of Aberdeen and other places, and it wi'l be ntcessary to apply early in order to obtain choice building sites. Prices range from to S15, according to location. For particulars, address HARNESS KNAPP & BENNETT, Prop's. a OiL3, Also a good assortment of Robes and Blankets, and everything kept in a first-class Harness Shop. For sale at the very lowest prices. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. Rin ^TflNE CITY HARNESS SHOP. Bljiiunc um nMimcad onjr. liU ilUliii INSURANCE COMPANY (»R WAHPETON. Firs, Lightning, Cyclone storm and Hail, he .(•an s ts at u :-id !a' v R. 31ilb mk or 15ijr Stone City, Wind s'. A. ELDHEIMjiE, Airt. Money te toan On Farnus at 10 per cent, can be 8C6 me. NO. s LAKK. The lake shore and biuff at this beautiful spotha.s recently bfen plat ted into a number of very choice lots where the view overlooks the lake? The drainage is the finest that can be obtained, and thf1 shore is heav ily wooded with magnificent trees ami a great pro fusion of foliage. U o n e s e grounds are the purest and finest springs of liowing water in the world The railroad sta tion is near by. (,:iite a number of lots have al ready been pur new steam out-fit to the Water-power of the Big Stone City Roller Mills, we are now prepared to do a general custom and exchange business and invite our friends to come and bring their wheat and other grain, and give our several grades of flour a thorough trial. WE GUARANTEE EVERY SACK OF OUR MANUFACTURE. Flour, Feed and Bran Constantly on Hand. BI6 STONE CITY MILLING GO. UE DAKOTA HOUSB, i Itnd application, no d*l*y. Call on I, J. Dak. JOSEPH DAWSON. Proprietor. First-class in every renpect. liood, -.thole some Meals and clean beds, (iood Mubli 11c In connection with the hotel. Main Street, big Stone City, Dak. Mortgra««e Sale. Default has been made in the conditions of ?i certain lnortua^e executed and delivered by Hubert llumpliiT, an unmarried man, mortgagor, to R. Welter, Mortti'i^ee, lated the 4th day ot January, A. D. 1M4, and re corded as a mortgage in the office of the Reg- !".terot_Deeds ill the county ol Grant, in the T( rrit„r v o1 I)ak( ,. at u:i tll 25th day ,l Jan- nary A. D. lhs), Ht 6:150 o'clock p. in., in i i'ltok l'i ot mortiiagefi, on page on winch there is ciauaed to l»e due at the date of this notice, the sum of seventy-niii'- u*t-l 5-10 (79.0o) diliiirs, to-wit: Principal in tere.nt ^li and no actii n or jiroi-eeding has 1 e n instituted at law or in equity to recover the debt secured hy said mortgage or any part there.1, Notice is hereby ^iven. that by virtne ot a jxi'.vei of .-(iile contained in said mortgage, Mid of the statute in such case ia ule and i provided, the .-said Morigan will b-3 fore close.i by a sale oi the mortgaged premises therein described, which s.ile '\vill be made i at the front door o! the lJ st Olticc in the citv il big Stone City, in the county ot Grant an'l i Territory ot Dakota, at mibiic an -Don, b/ th i sl.erit! ol said county or by his deputy, duly appointed as agent ifi said in.-truin.-i.t Vor that purj.ose, on Saiurday tiie day No veinber A. D. lS'HT, at 1 o'clock in the after noon, to sutialy th»- aiuuunt which shail theu be due on .-mid mortgage, with the interest thereon and costs ami expenses of sale and twenty dollars attorney* lees, stipulated in *nid mortgage in ca.H»» ol Uireclo-ture. Tlie premiites described in Mid mortgage and «o to be Mold are the lot, piece or parcel i ot land situated in the couutjr of (ir.tnt and Territory ol Dakota, and known and degcrih ed as foli-tws: to-wit The iuth-c ist epiir trr ol nineteen (11#) in town one Imn dreu and menty-oiie (i2t)of l-Jrty i seven (17) west, containing K»0 I 1JKN!«KTT & SlSVENSON. I HOJ-M. Dated at liig Stone C:tT, Dakota Territorf, and thi* 22d day ol S*ptemt«er, 18*7. I R. WKLuKR, Mortgagee. BLDKKDGI:, Att'r* lor Mortgagee, rtl'«**• lMk** Tt"'