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THE HERALD.
OFFICIAL i'APKIi OF CITY AND COUNTY
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TIME TAIIlift!.
II. & D. division C., M, & St. P. Railroad.
Going East Going West
Passenger am '2:08 a
Passenger 10:53 am 4:"28 in
Freight 'J:40 5:-lj a in
Freight 5:15 in 8:35 a
Fr•:L i11 U):"25 pin 1?: 15 in
Day passenger runs to Milbank ouly.
,1I\\KAI'(H,IS A HA^ITOHA
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Trail on the Watertown Short Line run as
Cioiii^ West, Going East.
7:3n :i. St. Paul f:55 p. m.
8:05 a. Minneapolis »:•-*."» p. m.
1:4'' p. Henson 1: p. in.
2:4\! p. Appleton 11:55 a. m.
4:.i i p. Walrath 10:35 a. m.
5:55 p, Watertown s:45 a. m.
•TII lit XI OIK F,CTO It Y.
ATHOLR— Rev. Father Hernieling,
l'rie.^t. Service every third Sunday in each
month at the church. Mass at 10 a. m.
METHODIST—Services in the church oil
Cornell avenue every Sin-ilay miing
at 10:45 and at 7 p. m. Sunday School
immediately alter morn iii^ service. Rev. C.
Arthur, pastor.
PIvKSBYTKRlAN—Services in churcd
every Sunday—at 10:4!) a. w. and at 7 p. m.
Sunday school every Sunday at 12:00 m.
li'-v. W. H. Ware, pastor.
GERMAN EVANGELICAL -Ilev. F, G.
Sahr, pust* r. Services 10 a. m. and 7 p. in,
each Sunday. Sunday school immediately
alter morning serviee." Prayer meeting every
Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
GERMAN BAPTiST—Rfv.W. H. Mueller,
pastor. Services every Sunday morning at
10:80 a m. in hall corner ol Cornell avenue
and Jayne street. Sunday School immedi
ately aiter morning service, aud alL children
are earnestly welcomed,
GERMAN METHODIST—Services at the
pastor's house every alternate Sunday. Rev
J.j' Hartke, pastor.
GERMAN LUTHER AN.—Service in the
Methodist church on Sunday, May 13, at 3
o'clock p. in.
i. o. o. r,
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Inkpa Lodge No. 84, I. O.
F.. will meet
regularly Tuesday evening at 7:3o o'clock,
in their hall, Batcher's block. Visiting bro
thers cordially invited.
HOKNPIKE,
F. W«
N. G.
CHAS. KKITH, See.
City Officers.
Mayor—E. M. Bennett,
Justice ot the Peace—W. W. Downie.
City Clerk—,! J. Stevenson.
Treasurer—R. F. Baker.
Assessor—Herman Mewing.
Street Commissioner—Stephen RadclilF.
Marshal—Stephen Radciiil'.
Aldermen —1st ward, J. M. Baker, Charles
Thorndike 2d ward, F. \V. Thorndike,
W. R. Movrus.
LOCAL OSSIP.
Wheat Xo 1 havd 7LC No 1 north
ern G8c.
1J, P. Miirphy was on a visit to the
cities this week.
Xo service will be held in the M. E.
church next Sunday.
The ladies of the M. E. society
will giv»i an ice cream social next
Thursday evening in the church.
At the Minnesota conference held
this week, Rev. A. Knebel was reap
pointed to the Odessa district, and K.
M. Mueller to the Appleton district.
8. F. RudclilT has purchased the old
Whipple log house and two lots of A.
II. Caward, which he intends to tlx
up for a home.
The Presbyteiian scciety has en
gaged Ilev. Xoyes, of Cinuinnati, to
till the pulpit at this place, and here
after there will be regular services
morning and evening at this church.
Dr. Whitford was in town the early
part of the week, greeting his old
friends. The doctor expects to estab
lish an ofiice in the city and spend a
portion of his time here, while living
on his farm near Hartford.
Farmers report the small grain
looking better than it has for a num
ber of years past at this season of the
year. The late rams have been just
the thing that was needed, and the
weather throughout has been all that
could be desired.
Ben Crippen's Hambletonian stal
lion, "Hastings" arrived this week,
and horsemen generally pronounce
him the finest piece of horse-flesh ever
brought to this section of the country.
He is a handsone animal. years old,
aud weighing about 1,200 lbs.
Bishop Bowman, of the German
Evangelical society is attending the
Conference at Casselton, and has been
engaged to preach at the church in
this place Sunday, May 20. The bish
op has many admirers bere wtio will
be pleased to have an opportunity to
listen to liim again.
The agency for the Champion ma
chinery has been secured by Geo Von
Eschen, who will take care of it in
connection with his lumber business.
Geo. will handle the business in good
shape and farmers can depend upon
being treated 1 v and courteously.
Dr. J. W. Bos. ntist, who is now
located at Mill^n ., will be at st.
Charles hotel next Thursday, May
17th. where he will be prepared to
do dentistry of a'l kinds. The doc
tor uses nitrous oxide gas.
The many old friends of F. J. Mon
roe will perhaps be supnsed to learn
that Frank is now in Seattle, W a?h.
Ter., where he is located in the real
estate business, with bright prospects.
Frank is a genuine rustler and his
friends here wish him success.
Mr Charles Belcher, of lied Wing,
has been in town the greater part of
the week, attending to his various
interests at this place. Mr. Betcher
has been in delicate health for some
time, and looks anything but robust.
His many friends here hope that
with the coming of the mild weather
he may recover his lost strength and
soon be himself again.
At the republican city caucus held
at the office of Bennett & Eldredge,
last evening, W.W. Downie was elect
ed chairman and J. Stevenson, sec
letary. The following delegates to
the county convention were chosen:
F. W. Thorndike, E. M. Bennett. F»
J. Hatz and J. J. Stevenson.
We have received a number of
copies of the speech of Hon. C. K.
Davis, delivered in the T\ S. senate
on the o vstion of the division aud
admission of Dakota, most of which
peen distributed, but a few copies can
be had by applying at the otliee. It
is one of the ablest presentations of
Dakota's case that has yet been made,
and shows in an unanswerable manner
the injustice of Congress toward the
great Territory, and the utter hollow
ness and hypocrisy of the Democratic
majority in their treatment of the
subject..
The spring moving fever is proving
contagious just at present. Mayor
Bennett having taken the lead by re
moving to 14,7o5 Main street, better
known as J. W. (Jollier's former resi
dence, where he can cujoy all the com
forts of a life ofi-ural simplicity, and
study nature undisturbedly the clam
or and bustle of the city. Even dem
ocrats believe in removals for cause,
and so Postmaster Requa, expecting
to improve the civil service in his
household, has found it to his advan
tage to make a change to Kev. Ware's
late residence. David Post is not a
stick, and will also soon make a change
to the J. Jl. Taylor house, which he
has recently purchased, and where
from the dizzy heights of that locali
ty he can gaze on the beautiful Whet
stone as it meanders through the
meadow below on its peaceful journey
toward the Bea. Daye is inclined to
be poetic, and his new home will be
just the place to indulge his fancies.
J. II. Taylor will move into the
building of cathedral appearance not
far distant. Bob intends to build a
high board fence between the two
places in order to keep Dave from
meditating in the vicinity of his wood
pile. Among others who have made
a change lately are R. F. Baker who
has moved into his brother's house
near the woodworks, and P. Brennan,
who has rented the C. L. Holmes
building.
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Farmland Other*.
running regularly.
Our mill is now**
tav.
I'lraty of Hour a,u n
stuff for sale oxcliange. U"
JOHN KSARCHKII MILL- CO.
IG STONB CITY MEAT MAKKKI,
nn. HMKIIOI SB, l'r.|. r.
Fresh ami Salt
CASH PAID FOR H1DKS.
DRUG STORE
R. WELLER
will get
yQu
anvfhnig the
Urutr line, for instance, I an-
dies brandies, Ciirars. Guitars.
Will Close out Willi I'aiH'i
lit Cost!
FLOUR
AT K1
„m
We have just received a new supply
of the latast fctvU.-, of
DlttGaiiiliiPM
UKO. VON ESCHEN.
s!
And all lands of Feed and
Grain kept constantly
on
1
hand.
If you want anything in the CUStOfll
line of Flour or Fooil call at
Oehler's brick buildii i:.
Chris. Oeiiler.
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•«'nas!
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Also a large new stock of
CLOTHING!
Including a good variety of BOY'S
onably.
SPITS, which will be sold very reus- P11'
We will also shortly have a full stock
CENT'S AX1) BiA"s IT.\T
A full line ot iillY iuOlj AX1)
f*R0CtRlL always on hand.
Agents for {lie XJ-:\V IlOMf: ana in. ,i
AIIM 1)A\
IS
Sewing Machines.
Everybody invited to call and examine
TT?D
man, who deals exclusively
in tins line of goods. Call and
see his goods and get his
prices.
Repairing neatly »nd
ly attended to.
Geo. Von Es
a!l
11
The cheapest place in the
country- to get boots and shoes
18 at th(
store of Joseph Berg­
prompt.
Good fresh eggs taken in
exchange.
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II:ALI
TJ UVE
Lime, Cement, Brick, Building Paper,
ol Every Descripiit
Big Stone Oily
ft JUl^FP Straight on Farms. No
U 1
r'uoh
can clruho yo^anU^T
0at-
US IN
Live Stock of all kinds and B.
payment for Lumh
No material sold on time exce
Paper.
i. and Yard adjoining Nt\ I y Wm.,-1 ^.
Having added a new steam
Water-power
Ot
the
i:!t i»i: i j:
Hardware, Paints, Gils,
HULL and MVLKSAL (i VSOlI
We c:rry a full line of Farm
US foefor" purehusil LT l- v.
ewrv'!hilii(.
iiKi
.- At e Real Estate Office of
Iion'
AU
StO
Big
iVnlH wp nvp now nrpn'ivt.rl
Mills, we are now prepared
aild
exchange bllSlll
our friends to come and brir
and other grain, and give
of flour a thorough trial.
GUARANTEE EVERY SACK OF Oil
Flour, Feed and Bran Consto.
BIG STONE CIT
our
MEWING & PC:
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A. W. MO1
Jili
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Hardware and
Nails, Stoves, Tinware.
Oils, G-lass and
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LTU
BIG STONE CITY, DAK.
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all the nocofj a-"^
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Fire, Lightning, flj
storm
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