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THE HERALD.
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STUNI: Crri A
FIMD A Y. MAY !. I-*-.
W. WMtnu'MK. J-M it or aiit l'nhlishei.
wi:i» »M(I\ I'OIATV ro\vi
TIO\.
A liepuhliran Del'v:ite
it 1.
t'unuiv ot Grnnt. will iu'iit
It is rroonn'iulfij that the .auetiaes in the
various pm*int.* in said enmity lie Ii«*M on
Thursday, May loth, l*s, at 3 o'clock P. M.,
except tlmse *t' Milliank and llijptoue City,
which are roconicndfd to be lield at o'clock
1'. M. the same day. Tlie iolUiwinn appor
tionment is L'lvfii to show the number ot
delegates to which each iivet-incts is entitled:
Aihan
Adams..
I'.iir stone... ...
JiStone (."i:y ..,
irortria
irant Centei ..
Kil honnie
Madison
Mazepj.a
To Wiinm it Tlav Concern.
Tins will announce to the people of
Grant county that I amnot a candidate
for the otlice of county superintendent
of schools at the county election in
June.
In retiring from the otlice, I wish to
thank tne people for the courteous
manner in which I have been treated
during my connection with the school
affairs of the county. My efforts
have all been met by i hearty co
opration on the part of all with whom
1 have been otlieially associated in this
work, and I bespe ak for my successor
a pleasant field of labor.
I step out of the ollice independent
Ily and will not under any considera
tion use my oili ial sition or ac
quaintance iti this county to the ad
vantage or disadvantage of any of the
present candidates.
I hope that a genuine interest
will he taken in the election as it is
ar. important ollice, and should receive
the careful consideration of every
voter in the county. Hoping that the
expectation of the people may be ful
ly met. I remain very truly yours,
brought out l»y Senacor Davis compar
ing the bill propared by Senator liut
lor for the admission of Utah and the
bill prepared by the same gentleman
for the admission of Dakota. In tl.e
Utah bill, after the constitution of
of the proposed state has been ratified
by the eople. the new state is to
come into the union by simple pro
clamation of the President, which the
the law makes it his duty to issue,
lint in the case of Dakota, after the
people have ratified their constitution,
the question must, again subjected to
congressional action, with the prob
aiitv that it would be repudiated bv
congress if any partisan advantage
could be gained thereby. Democratic
Utah with a population of ltV),oo'. re
cruited bv Mormon missionaries from
the ignorant classes of Europe and
the southern states, n territory
that has been in disguised rebellion
against the government for the past
fifteen years, and has required more
special legislation assisted by United
admitted with all the speed possible,
because she is democratic, lint Dako
ta, with a population of over G'd(.),(j 0
rum posed of intelligent freemen, de
voted in their attachment to the
principles of republican institutions,
is to be kept as long possible out of
the union for mere partisan advant
age. Such is the democratic idea of
justice.
Look at tnv fitee and mv hands—ii"t a pimple,
finch as y.ni siw tli"r' suiie* tliu-'1
See niv tresh chci-ks and I'm a dim
'I'K
I d-hi look at all lik^ I ued to know.
lac« wis all blotches— couiplexiini like
tallow
No wonder they th-mght ine atld calle I n».
a flight
No one one ue»d have pimples ami skin gray
and sallow,
II she'll take what 1 took, every morn,
noon, and
I asked the delighted young woman
what, s e reter«'d t». and she answer
ed. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. It is the best beautilicr in
the world, because it purifies the
blood, and pure blood fflVes Ltood
health,and good health is always beau
tiful.
SVM reward offered foran incurable
ease by 1 he proprietors uf Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Ueuiedy.
i iiom oi'ii
:i i Or
11sKIT:k index.
onie havt '.«••
rae
I
HE
-at ur-Uv,
i-Hi day of Mav, is-s, at -j uVi.,,-k J'. 'M., ut
s
tin-Court House in the city ol Mil hank, lori
the jitirjiosc ol seleetinn 7 delcg it-s t'i rt-1r«'»- fl'oui to ?ri "e j*eiK a
,scut (irant Comity in the T«-rrit«rinl RejuiMi-
Jn in s
Viilo-mk 1st Wd
Al
3d
y
s
••an Convention, to be held at .lamestmvu,
Dakota, on tlif if,th tav oi'.May, i I time compelled .sanum Keepers lu
.4
4
..4
1 Used,la '1
i stoekolm
.4 Troy '2
.,j Twin Uro-.ks 3 i fed and eared for. The
\ernon 4 jp spent just the same. 1
•J Melrose 4
JOHN L. Lot KiiAi. r. wasted in riotous hvimi.
C'lminiuunitep. Cen. C-m.
C. S. AMSDKN, CO. Supt
One of the instances ot the extreme cient water supply, and Ortonvile's
partisanship of Democratic members future isassuied.
of Congress in regard to Dakota was M0nfPvilP0
i »•.!.
heAtU,._
1
1
1
States troops, to enforce a compliance bioad plains ot the we-t is
in republiciin institutions than all the endure is t!.«
other teriitories combined, is to be ol its pioneer and t!
1
1
1 1
"o lai'^e an estimate i Uf anio.iiH- eonm
nnely paid to th'* saloons in Milhank hmgi.
out some others have boon tigunns on (i-i .m:
it and have concluded that more
money than that is actually paid to the
i lons everv year, ami they l»«t it at
that the la".\ Iowa at
make returns of the amount and cost*
of liquors sold, and that in one town
of 11 I'ih inhabitants ovtr v'-'.ooo were
annually spent for li[: o:\ There is
no\v no such ex{ enditui i:i Milhank
saloons. Where does the money
It pjes into legitimate trade—the
shoe store grocery,dry goods and other
stores. Families are better clothed,
inHvv may
u it is BQt
n-tonviile Heral r.
Defmite and substantial work is
]iroges.^ing at the quarries this week.
Joe Harrer is in charge of the build
ing crew, and material is being hauled
or
1
t]u» erection of a blacksmith shop.
polishing shop, and engine house. A
large boarding -house will also be
provided. Nipt. Light is on hand
getting things in readiness to
quarries in the United States, the
There is a perceptible improvement
in the wheat market and the impres
sion prevails tint the era of depres
sion is over and that henceforth the
farmers can expect, better returns for
their labor and capital. Jiut there is
no likelihood of their receiving old
time high prices for many years at
least, and surely not as King as ATer
ica raises a surplus for exportation
that so large that speculators can
relv upon it i i their calculations.
With the product reduced to just
about the home demand, there would
b-3 a very material increase 1:1 the
prices of wheat. We verilv believe tiuit
if thf average Ameri".i i wliMt pro
duct was reduced 20 per i,L that the
leser cop wouid be worth at least -J"
per cent more than the full
worth now.
ed iii iayoi* of Dakota .and
states and territories that 11
crop
link ton Pi'fc^s ana Dakotaian.
It is a point to be always 1
i industry of the howts of
who tollow in the pioneer w
ginning with not I11114
foliage and timber protec
people toil unremittingly tojsupjily tin
one shortcoming of nature. Whi'e
this is true upon the [ilaiin of the west.
in the forest cove/ed states of the
.east an opposite condition prevails,
i and a denuding process goes 011 from
y ?ar year. Forests have much to do
with the 1 egulaiion of climate and
rainfall- their destruc ion
inois ii e. brings lovwv
and t'licoiii :'.. e disastrous
i v
r.nd :n:!'
mv
Upi'i ,it j-e
winter
storms, Willi.• llielr e n i (j I,j-i„.vs
moisture, modi!i: s eujj. 'ratiire
rt'iluees the stojni Jiia.xiuiuiii.
advantage over the states of the
is that here the process of forest
storation is going steadly for
while there
and
i.ii
east
forest ilistruc'ion at a
rapid rate is the rule. The west cre
ates-. the east destroys. Undersuch re
lative conditions it is not difficult to
loc-ate the luture. homes of the masses
and their luture feeding ground. O n
certainty in the future is that we a.l
vance w I,:!" hc
t.
retL.cir,aij.
1 o
-Si,, I'volis
::„Uo M:O»I H'
1 i \.i will n-nit'ii
u -'fi Malaria
'•'••la
wit II
Ulilic
y t*a i
i \rat:
.id lO p.
i causii:
na, iiiliouh
rfutiering e.:
We 1
1)
11 ouble
to be
.1 few
.!• roin-
AK!N:
place
the machinery as soon as it arrives,
when the work of getting out
rock
will be commenced. Supt. Light
contradicts the statement made in a
St. Cloud paper, that, the -columns
for
the new Pioneer Press building in St.
Paul could be obtained at but
two
one
at St. Cloud and one in Missouri. He
says the Ortonville quarry can pro
duce a finer cuitim than can be obtain
ed at St. Cloud and predicts that the
contractors will half to come here
eventauliy. These columns co^|, $20.
000, the firm-of J. II. Drake & Co., of
St. Paul, having taken the contract
to furnish them at that price. Ap
parently a beginning has at last
been
made upon what will eventually
prove a great industry,
one
that
will
bpild up Ortonville as no other one
enterprise could. Let's help the
boom along by voting a safe and elii-
Is*
1 1 1
this i i'- .'.
with nervous IUM -im
Malaria are intended eovcr
our grandfathers iiili.uuness.
and all are caiu-.l by treuhh s th
arise from a disianei cntulition ot
liverwhieh in performing its inner
liiidih/ i: cannot dispose ot
throiejl t'.e ordinary cliantn
it I'ff
be
M:
AN!
Cut M
Childrt i.
Pri
PA
Brit!
3SS5SS383S2E
I neliovo Piso's Curo
for Consumption saved
my life.—A. II. I'OWKLL,
Editor Enquirer. IMen
ton, N. t'., April 2 i, 1SS7.
-1 "M-
HIIO IS i'lso's Ct KK FOR
CojorMrriojf. Ciuldren
take it without obj^.-tion.
I'.v all -h
liiiiita wit-*:
i
fWiOLA'CREAM
•. 'iJik. prepami'-n.Without
^**'"^"0 injurv.rwiiovt s Frock
les, Liver-Moletj, pim
ples, Black-Hoads, Sunburn and
Tail. A iu\v up -.li«. ati,.ii.s Viil rt nilcr the
stuhln rn! v rol skin foft, nui.-otli and
white. Viola Croam i. not .1 pnint or
pov-'iertoc.jvcr dcfee's, I ut a n mcdvtoc-iire.
It is s'lpi'.-ior t'.» ad o'de-r pn paratior.- riwj
isguarant-^d 10 uive Kitlsfaction. At .jru'
-r m:uh
lv
.,
a
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Sold 11,
rcil h-
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TOL* iiO, OHIO.
CO.
Itig StiMH' C|t v. 1 i
mm\ SHORT LINE.
Wiien
y
u,u"
Rider well the 1
comfort,
being of tie
of JUI hour p.- :i
An e::: 1 :i.
anyori .: t: •'.!.•
meiuoer
ei joining
MI thesi
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first in
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to and fru'.u t!
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and tii!
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i
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direct route
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or tlu ien-
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SUBSCRIPTION DtP*h^
Pioneer Press Co-i St*
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